Confessions of a Harvard Man
Sutton West & Santa Barbara, Paget Press, (1984). The limited edition, this being Copy "Y" of 26 lettered copies, signed by Kay Boyle, who provides a preface, and signed by Hugh Ford, who edited and introduces the volume. Additionally, this copy is inscribed by Ford, in 1987, "For Ruth, with appreciative and affectionate regards and thanks." Memoir of a journalist in Paris and New York in the 1920s and 30s, especially among the expatriate community that comprised the Literary Bohemia of the time. Stearns was, among other things, reportedly the person who convinced Horace Liveright to publish Ernest Hemingway's story collection In Our Time, which was Hemingway's first book to be published in the U.S. A fine copy in a near fine, original acetate dustwrapper. Note that the lettered limited editions were issued with "an original piece from the library of Howard Stearns," and that is absent here. [#032906] SOLD

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