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Fair. #C26. PB, A Doubleday Dolphin Book/Doubleday & Company, New York, #C26, c1930, cover art by Paul Feigay, illustrations by Herriman. Covers creased, bumped and rubbed, small tear at bottom of spine, 1/2" tear on edge of front cover, pages slightly rippled on right edge, "21" in ink on inside front cover, pretty tight. #2 Fair.
1973 Anchor printing, same edition/different cover art, good reading copy has unmarked text, a cracked hinge and some loose pages, has some mild reading wear/tear. We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
Back when I taught High School English the lit books always included an Archy and Mehitabel poem, or two. The idea was cute. A cat and a cockroach have deep discussions that are recorded by the roach jumping on the keys of a typewriter. The author and editor of a small town newspaper, claimed he came to work and found these poems just left on the typewriter. Well, as an old lover of poetry I decided I wanted all the Archy and Mehitabel poems. You should have it in your collection as well. It is cute, funny, and deep.
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