Samuel Butler with an introduction by Morton Dauwen Zabel - The Way of All Flesh
New York: The Modern Library, 1950. Hardcover. Small 8vo. Red boards with black banding and gold lettering. Illustrated endpapers. 562pp. Creasing to the corners of pages. Fair condition. Minor separation of the text-block from the spine. The spine is very slightly rolled. Creasing, toning, scratching, smudging, and discoloration to the outer/inner boards, endpapers, pages of the text, and the text-block edge. The dust jacket is price clipped and is in fair condition. Light sun-fading to the spine. Edge-wear to the perimeter of the dust jacket. Creasing, toning, scratching, smudging, and discoloration to all faces of the dust jacket. Some chipping to the upper/lower dust jacket spine. Some wear and chipping to corners and hinges.
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