Maurice Sendak. G. Rarity among literary geniuses, Hauff was an inventor of fairy tales who created stories as artless and spellbinding as if. They had been handed down to him from generations of cottagers. This is his most famous tales, how once a boy sat outside the city's gate to help his mother sell fruits and vegetables until the day an old woman ragged and in tatters approached them for their wares. Green pictorial binding, yellow spine, illustrated endpapers. Edge wear, tanning along spine.
Maurice Sendak. Good in None jacket. Hardcover. 62 pages. Two-tone illustrations by Maurice Sendak. Translated by Doris Orgel. Ex-library with usual markings and stamping. Soiling and tape residue to covers. Record # 503229.
Maurice Sendak. Fine in Near Fine jacket. Quarto. Book is fine and unmarked, with the single 1960 date on the copyright and no other printing statement. Jacket is fine if price-clipped, and protected by a Brodart cover. Scarce early Sendaqk work.
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