He Done Her Wrong: The Great American Novel and not a word in it - no music, too. Milt Gross.

He Done Her Wrong: The Great American Novel and not a word in it - no music, too.

Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1930. Early printing. [264pp] Square octavo [22 cm] Black cloth with titles stamped in red on the front board and backstrip. Publisher's red top stain. Good plus. The spine is heavily rolled, the cloth at the spine ends is chipped and frayed, and the underlying boards are exposed at the gently bumped corners. Item #42298

Regarded by many as Gross's finest work. This is an early American example of the wordless novel, a story told entirely through pen and ink drawings. This work is considered to be a light hearted spoof of Lynd Ward's Gods' Man, which was published the previous year.

Price: $125.00

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