New York: The Macaulay Company, 1932. First edition. Hardcover. Orange cloth covered boards with blue ink stamped titles. Fair condition only. A bit of an eyesore. Numerous portions of the abraded original dust jacket are adhered to the covers, and the inside flaps of the dust jacket are mounted to the pastedowns. There are four splits in the cloth along the joints at the ends of the spine. The longest tear measures one inch. The spine is rolled. The hinges are broken, and the text block is coming away from the spine. The pages are mildly browned, but clean. As is. Item #24159
This is Thurman's third novel. Wallace Thurman is the author of Infants of the Spring and The Blacker the Berry. Thurman was born in Salt Lake City.