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Newton, A. Edward
A Magnificent Farce, And Other Diversions Of A Book-Collector (With) Signed Letter From A Edward Newton (With)Reflections On The Character Of Madam Thrale Piozzi, 1921 (Inscribed) (With) 4 Pg Brochure For A Magnificent Farce
Boston: The Atlantic Monthly Press, 1921. 1st Edition 2nd Printing. Hardcover. Very Good +. Xx, 267 Pp. Brown Cloth Spine With Printed Paper Label, Over Brown Boards. Stated Second Printing, Same Month Eptember 1921 As The First Printing. With Three Additions: 1. A Tipped In Envelope With His Printed Name, Enclosing A Letter To Mrs. Archibald Church, Dated February 13, 1922, Typed And Signed, With Added Handwritten Note "A Am Glad My Books Please You: 'That Is What They Were Written For"; The Leter Notes That He Is Sending Her A Caricature Suppressed From This Book, With His Note "See P. 138" Which Contains His Critical Comments On Wilson, So Apparently The Caricature Was Of Wilson. 2. His Privately Printed Booklet "Reflections On The Character Of Madame Thrale Piozzi", 1921 Blue Wrappers, Inscribed To The Same Recipient With His Compliments And Also Dated February13, 1922, Which Was Tipped In Along The String-Bound Edge But Is Now Loose, Intact. 3. A Small 4 Page Brochure For This Book, Offering It For Sale From A. C. Mcclurg % Co. / Library Department, Chicago.
Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books, Pasadena, Member IOBA [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]

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