Description:Very Good. No Jacket. 1937, First Edition. About 350 pages,...Very Good. No Jacket. 1937, First Edition. About 350 pages, illustrated with Ward's woodcuts on the rectos only, title page in blue and black. Very Good copy, no dust jacket. Cloth frayed at spine ends; light shelfwear to corners. Lacks front fly leaf; endpapers browned; contents are clean and unmarked. Digital images available upon request.
Description:The book is clean, with a tight binding and in excellent...The book is clean, with a tight binding and in excellent condition save some fraying to cloth at top and bottem of spine. Only the inside front flap of the dj, the most important part containing the text, has been preserved. Pictorial cloth over boards, octavo. Contact me with questions or for photographs.
Description:Very Good. Unpaginated. 230 b&w engravings. Cloth hardcover...Very Good. Unpaginated. 230 b&w engravings. Cloth hardcover with moderate wear. A wordless novel by Lynd Ward, the American engraver who inspired generations of later graphic artists. In this tale of the Great Depression, a young girl longs to be a violinist and a boy hopes to become a builder. Unfortunately, they both find their dreams shattered by the economic downturn. Many individuals still relate to Ward's touching, if melodramatic, tale of alienation and poverty.
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