Titre : Hana, A Daughter of Japan
Éditeur : The Hochi Shimbun, Tokyo
Date d'édition : 1904
Reliure : Hardcover
Etat du livre : Very Good
Etat de la jaquette : No Jacket
The first 47 pages are by Unkichi Kawai on the life and work of the author, a prolific writer and onetime editor of the large newspaper which published this novel. This novel is illustrated with woodcuts, several of which are on heavy paper and hand-colored. The volume is bound with paper covered boards decorated with several large purple iris and held together with silk thread. The end-papers are light green with creme-colored floral design. The book is inscribed to "Miss Jewett with compliments of the author's friend" who was the editor of the Hochi Shimbun. There is also present a heavier board which may have been part of a box and which bears a design with black crows against a red disc. This has a fairly large chip at the top. The paper covering the boards also has chips and the front free end-paper has come loose. Internally very good including the wood-engravings, one of which is folding. N° de réf. du libraire 001672
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