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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.
NY, Knopf, 1932. An advance copy of Men in Darkness bound in flexible boards and consisting of "Narrative," the collection's first story, running 117 pages, and the first eight pages of "Feud," the second story, which ran to nearly 80 pages in the finished book. The paper covering the boards is split at the joints; else near fine, lacking the glassine dust jacket. An interesting example of a publishing phenomenon particular to the era. [#023219] $100
NY, Horizon, (1978). First American Edition. Very Good in Very Good (price-clipped) DJ. [#703142] $20