Revised edition. iv, 107 pp. Beige cloth boards. Gilt lettering on spine. Previous owner's inscription on ffep. Overall condition VG. N° de réf. du libraire 620
Titre : The Unquiet Grave - A Word Cycle by ...
Éditeur : London: Hamish Hamilton, 1945.
Reliure : Hardcover
Description du livre Hamish Hamilton, 1951, 1951. 2nd edn revised. 8vo. Original gilt lettered pale green cloth (VG), no dustwrapper. Pp. iv + 107 (previous owner's neat inscription on front endpaper). N° de réf. du libraire 108983
Description du livre Harper & Brothers, 1945. État : Very Good. Connolly, Cyril (Palinurus). The Unquiet Grave: A Word Cycle by Palinurus (Cyril Connolly). New York: Harper & Brothers, 1945. First American edition. 152pp. Indexed. Illustrated. 12mo. Black cloth with gilt lettering on cover and spine. Book condition: Very good with lightly rubbed and faded edges, a gentle bump to foot of spine, faint soiling to covers, and former owner's name and date on top of front free endsheet. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair with rubbed and bumped edges, several small losses with a one inch square loss to head of spine, spine faded, a faint moisture spot on rear panel by flap fold, and front flap has a five inch closed tear at bottom edge of fold. In plastic protector. N° de réf. du libraire RPALUNQ00MEL
Description du livre Hamish Hamilton, London, 1955. Hardcover. Reprint. Foxing to the endpapers, and the foredge darkened, a presentable, very good copy in an age-toned, very good or better dustwrapper. Inscribed by author Budd Schulberg to Gloria (Mosolino) Jones, wife of James Jones, a year after she and Jones were married: "Mos -- with love to you and Jim from someone who wants something from you: friendship. Bud. London 21 May 58." A splendid association: Schulberg introduced Jones to the beautiful Gloria who Schulberg had also dated, when Jones expressed his interest to Schulberg in meeting a girl who looked like Marilyn Monroe. After graduating from Syracuse University, Mosolino became an actress, and was the stand-in for Monroe in *The Seven-Year Itch.* During her thirty year marriage to James Jones, Mosolino was a celebrated hostess of the literati in Paris and later the Hamptons. In the 1998 film *A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries*, based on an autobiographical memoir by her daughter, Mosolino was played by Barbara Hershey. In an amazing display of candor, Mosolino described herself -- as related in the MacShane biography of Jones -- as "a writer-f---ker." See this book in 3D on our site. N° de réf. du libraire 92789