Fine book in a very good dust jacket. 277 pages. First Edition. Foreword by White. Thirty-one essays, mostly from The New Yorker. Near fine, with some foxing to top edge and fore edge, in very good plus dustjacket with a few tiny nicks and edge tears, other light wear and rubbing, slight toning to spine panel.
Fine. 8vo. Author Signed Hardcover, 8vo. Signed and inscribed by E. B. White "Andy" as he was known to friends: "For Reggie The only man who ever honored me with a setting of wood duck eggs. I am still grateful. Andy" With 14-line typed letter on New Yorker letterhead signed by E. B. White declining invitation to speak "as I am a congenital non-speaker and never undertake any public appearances or even private ones in which I am expected to say anything." in original 1968 envelope with stamp. 277 pp. FINE in NEAR FINE dust jacket. DJ has.5" tear to foot edge of front panel, otherwise fine. Protected by clear acetate dust jacket. All domestic orders $100 and over will be upgraded to USPS Priority shipping at no additional cost.
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