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Da Capo Press, March 1996. Trade Paperback. During a twelve-month period in 1930 and 1931, Edmund Wilson wrote a series of lengthy articles which he then collected in a book called American Jitters: A Year of the Slump . The resulting chronicle was hailed by the New York Times as..... More
Farrar, Straus and Giroux, January 1973. First Edition. Cloth. First/first in mildly edgeworn jacket. Red cloth with silver lettering upon spine. First printing. Top edge of textblock tinted black.More
Farrar Straus and Giroux, January 1966. First Thus. Cloth. First Revised Edition in spine-sunned jacket with edgewear & marginal tears. Red cloth with gold lettering upon spine. NOT price clipped: original price of $6.95 on front flap. Solid binding. Clean text without markings.More
Farrar, Straus and Giroux, April 1984. Trade Paperback. Edmund Wilson turned forty-five in 1940, and this volume shows the extent to which he was reappraising his life in the decade to follow - saying goodbye to the drifting of the 1920s and the Marxism of the 1930s.More
David R Godine/Nonpareil Books, July 1980. Trade Paperback. Hecate County is a memoir of American life in the thirties, and of a young man drawn into the sexual adventure and madness of a closed community. Banned on first publication in 1946 for its erotic and devastating portrait of the upper..... More
Oxford Univ. Press, January 1948. First Thus. Cloth. Revised & Enlarged edition in heavily chipped, edgeworn dust jacket with darkened spine, tanning to margins. Foxing to edges. Some slanting to spine. Non-authorial inked inscription front free end page. Sound binding. Clean interiors.More