Light dampstain at top edge of text pages and on front and rear covers. No pencil or ink markings in text. Moderate edgewear to covers. Chip at top corner area of front cover; Stapled Wrappers. near Very Good binding. N° de réf. du libraire
Titre : THE SOUTHERN LITERARY MESSENGER Volume I ...
Éditeur : The Dietz Press
Date d'édition : 1939
Reliure : Soft Cover
Etat du livre : near Very Good binding
Description du livre Southern Literary Messenger Company, Richmond, 1939. Softcover. État : Good. Etat de la jaquette : No Dust Jacket. Stapled binding is sound. Pages clean but age-darkened. Wraps have writing at top and outside edge of front, general soiling, age-darkening, and handling wear. ; Contents: Editorial, "Seventy-Five Years After." Jackson, "Poe and the 'Messenger.'" "Dedication to Poe." Dowdey, "Are We Still Fighting the War?" "Honors Bestowed on Margaret Mitchell." Stuart, "Ascension of Autumn, A Rhapsody." Aughinbaugh, "I Swear by Eternity: Reverie." Ogden, "Rain (poem)." Bartol, "The Goshen Trail (story)." Moorehead, "An Exemplar of Early Building in the Virginia Manner." R. G., "To an Old Friend (poem)." Nelson, "The Angel of the Resurrection." Walker and Wayland, "New Year (poem)." Björkman, "Old Barham's Creed (poem)." "Four Who Passed (tribute)." Hunter, "Conjure Man (story)." Sherwood, "First Theatres of the South." "Résumé Southern literary Messenger, August 1834." Brown, "Miscellanea Nautica, Dedicated to Maury." Reviews.; 10.75" tall; 88 pages. N° de réf. du libraire 850069