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New York: Penguin, 1947. First Edition - Paperback. Signed by the author Edna Ferber. From the library of her publisher Dr. Kurt Enoch (1895-1982) who was a noted German publisher, forced to flee the Nazis, landing in New York in 1940 where he worked to establish Penguin Books as a formidable American publishing firm, developing a robust paperback market. In 1948, Dr. Enoch joined forces with Allen Lane and Victor Weybright to buyout the company, renaming it as New American Library - Signet Books which became one of the successful and acclaimed post-war publishing houses. Enoch went on to become one of the most highly regarded figures in American book publishing. Pages tanned as usual, else a lightly handled copy with some fading to the spine and edge wear. Publisher #633
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