Item Detail

Item Number 6805
Title Something About Eve A Comedy of Fig-Leaves
Author Cabell, James Branch
Condition VG+/VG
Publisher Robert M. McBride & Company
Place Published New York
Date Published 1927
Edition 1st Edition
Binding Hardcover; 1st Printing
Notes 1st edition/1st printing (First Impression stated). The book is clean, straight & tight. It is bound in brown cloth with gilt printing on the spine and an embossed image on the front board. The front and lower page edges are rough-cut. The cloth at the spine ends is a little 'limp' and the spine gilt is faded. The dustjacket is price intact and clean and in surprisingly good condition for uncoated paper of this age. It has some chipping at the spine ends, some smudging to the uncoated paper, a couple of tiny, faint ink markings to front panel, and the spine is somewhat sun darkened. The story of how Gerald Musgrave, a young southern gentleman in the early 19th century, went out of his natural body to journey toward the goal of all the gods and became a god himself. ; 8" x 5 1/2"; 364 pages
Keyword(s) James Branch Cabell,Fiction,First Edition,Mythology,Fantasy
Category(ies) General Fiction 1sts
Price $45.00