Titre : The Case on Dancing
Éditeur : Handsboro, MS: E. D. Callahan & Co., Handsboro, MS
Date d'édition : 1950
Reliure : Soft Cover, Stapled
Etat du livre : Fine
Etat de la jaquette : Paper Wraps
Soft Cover, Stapled. Fine/Paper Wraps. 5 x 7.50". Red and white wraps with photo of author on rear panel. Evangelist Martinez lays out his case for why dancing is sinful and should be shunned by teenagers. Apparently adapted from a talk the author gave. Introduction by Robert G. Lee of Memphis, Tennessee. This is undated, but my best guess is that it is from the 1940s, or possibly the 1950s when rock and roll reared its ugly head. Here's a sample from P. 5: "Dancing is just a branch whose common root is sin." 16 pages. A very nice copy of this scarce piece of Americana. Size: 5 x 7.50". N° de réf. du libraire 001004
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