He Done Her Wrong
New York: Doubleday & Doran, 1930. Milt Gross. First edition. Hardcover. SIGNED. [264pp] Square octavo [22 cm] Black cloth with titles stamped in red on the front board and backstrip. Publisher's red topstain. The covers are cocked. Very good minus. Item #64030
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.
Inscribed by Milt Gross on the half title page: "To 'Hank' / Montgomery - / Here's one you / don't have to print / but its yours / just the same with / kindest regards / & affection / Sincerely / Milt / Gross"