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Octave A Book of Stories 1947

Octave A Book of Stories 1947

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Octave A Book of Stories 1947

by Helen Hull

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Octave - A Book of Stories by Helen Hull 1947 First Printing
Published by Coward-McCann New York 5.5" X 8" Tall, 311 pages
HELEN R. HULL (1888-1971) published seventeen novels and sixty-five short stories. She taught creative writing at Columbia University.
Condition: Good, Green hardback, some rubbing, spine gild lettering faded, pages yellowed from age.
Eight Short Stories of Helen Hull First Printing together in this volume called - Octave -
The Debt
Caddis Fly
Believe the Heart
The Secret Foe
I Have Four Sons
The Telling of the Bees
The Saw-Whet Owl
It All Begins Again


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