Reader copy. Publisher: Doubleday & CompanyDate of Publication: 1941Binding: Hard CoverCondition: DJ is tattered, but intact. Except for name on title page, text is clean and unmarked. Foxing to the top edge, front cover disengaging, a torn out book plate on fep, slight water damage to paper facing title page.
GOOD in GOOD jacket. Textblock appears clean. Binding sound. Light dampness stain to top edges. Minor edgewear to jacket. 1941. Cloth hardcover. Dust jacket now in clear plastic BRODART protector. Frontispiece. Price clipped. 570pp. Index.
570 pages. Hardcover, no dustjacket. Fair condition. Cover has slight chips and scratches. BIOGRAPHY. A magnificent, virile biography of the greatest criminal lawyer of the twentieth century. No cause was too unpopular, no mode of behavior too unconventional, for Clarence Darrow. "The story of Clarence Darrow's life embraces an epoch, and Irving Stone does complete justice to it."-The New York Herald Tribune (Key Words: Clarence Darrow, Trials, Courts, Lawyers, Biography, Attorneys, Irving Stone, Scopes Trial, Edgar Wilson, Frank Steunenberg, Judge John Raulston, Charles H. Moyer, Thomas L. Kidd, William D. Haywood, James Hawley, Evolution, Ruby Hamerstom Darrow, Grover Cleveland, John P. Altgeld).
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