Very Good. #6, second Pocket Books printing. PB, Pocket Book Edition #6, New York, 1939, second Pocket Books printing. Covers are lightly rubbed with small chipping to edges, contents are clean, bright and very tight. Very Good.
Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Wear to right spine seam. Bound tightly. 110p. Numeral 6 at spine base. Black covers, blue & white titles, 25c original cost. Publisher list at back. Stiff paper covers. Dorothy Parker's unprecedented feat has been to raise to the dignity of poetry the 'wise-cracking humor of New York, Edmund Wilson back cover quote. These verses first appeared in Life, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, and The New York World.
Good. Solidly bound and unmarked. Gilt on spine (assuming it existed) has disappeared; only faint indentations reveal title/author/publisher. Paper covering front board is unglued at left-hand corners.
Good+ in None jacket. 110pp; No DJ, orange paper-covered boards, black cloth spine, wear to corners of boards, minor foxing to a few pages, text unmarked, binding is sound, Good+ condition. Collection of poems.
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