Very good, no dust jacket. Decorated blue/green cloth with gilt lettering. Bookplate on front pastedown; upper right corner of front endpaper clipped. A little minor dampstaining on the final few pages.
Good. Good Minus condition. Moderately sturdy binding with three Van text splints. Notes on end papers, four pages lightly soiled, otherwise text unmarked. Sturdy decorated cover with gilt lettering on front, sun-faded spine, and bumped spine ends. Top edge gilt in Good++ condition; fore edge and bottom edge untrimmed. ____________ Hardcover/no dust jacket, Macmillan, 1897 7th printing, 170 pages. ____________ From Wikipedia: James Lane Allen's work is characteristic of the late-19th century local color era, when writers sought to capture the vernacular in their fiction. Allen has been described as "Kentucky's first important novelist."
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