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THE MERCURY BOOK: BEING SELECTIONS FROM VOLUMES I & II OF THE LONDON MERCURY ..

by M., H. C. [i.e., Minchin, H. Cotton] (editor)

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London: Williams & Norgate, Ltd., 1926.. Octavo, 309 pp., original orange cloth stamped in black and blind. First edition. A collection of work published in the LONDON MERCURY, one of the major literary periodicals of inter-war Britain. This anthology showcases work by members of the Georgian literary establishment: Maurice Baring, Edmund Blunden, Thomas Hardy, Vachel Lindsay, Max Beerbohm, Edmund Gosse, George Saintsbury, Maurice Hewlett, Walter de la Mare and many others. Includes a short prefatory note by the magazine's editor and driving force, J. C. Squire. Some general soiling to cloth, scattered foxing mostly to first few and last few pages, a sound, good copy. (#134632)
  • Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc. US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 134632
  • Title: THE MERCURY BOOK: BEING SELECTIONS FROM VOLUMES I & II OF THE LONDON MERCURY ..
  • Author: M., H. C. [i.e., Minchin, H. Cotton] (editor)
  • Book condition: Used
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Williams & Norgate, Ltd.
  • Place: London
  • Date published: 1926.
  • Keywords: (Short Stories)

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