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The New Humpty-Dumpty
John Lane, The Bodley Head, London and New York, 1912 - Some wear to extremities and some foxing, mostly at beginning and end, upper hinge cracked, but a very good copy; Times Book Club label and date stamp on rear pastedown Harvey A37 Pseudonymously published and very scarce: "There is only one serious novelist whose mind is stored with weighty secrets of the music halls as these . a respectful reference to the Empire Ballet, a savage contempt of tradespeople, Roman Catholicism and the Greek Church, betray the identity of Daniel Chaucer. The New Humpty-Dumpty, in its fine detail and lucid statement of complex adventure, is another stage in the development of a genius ." (The English Review, edited by Ford). Original reddish brown cloth ruled in black and lettered in black and gilt [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Bertram Rota Ltd]
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