The Essays of E.B. White
NY, Harper & Row, (1977). A collection of White's essays, extending back over the whole of his career to that point. Inscribed by the author to Ethel Marx, "with greetings" and signed "E.B. White." White selected the essays himself, and for a number of them it is their first book publication. This volume was issued to complement the recently published Letters of E.B. White. Modest foxing to the page edges, thus very good, in a near fine dust jacket. Books signed or inscribed by White have become increasingly uncommon. [#032837] SOLD

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