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Tales from Silver Lands

by Charles L. Finger

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  • Hardcover
  • Signed
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Doubleday Page & Company, 1924. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Fair. Signed. Hardcover with scarce original DJ, Signed by the Author Stated First Edition 1924 Doubleday Page & Company 225 pages. Very Good, in a Fair DJ. Minor shelf/edge wear to black cloth boards with yellow titles - corners bumped (one corner is worn). Major shelf/edge wear, chipping (large chip missing from bottom of spine) and several closed tears to original and scarce DJ - now in mylar. On the page after the half-title page is a gift bookplate (to (blank) With Greetings and Best Wishes of (authors signature). No other writing in book - all pages are clean and unmarked. Yellow, blue and green woodcut DJ panel with nine full-page yellow, blue, and green woodcuts and numerous smaller black-and-white woodcuts, all by Paul Honore. 1925 Newberry medal winner, a collection of South American folk tales and legends and also one of the first children's books to feature South American folktales from indigenous peoples. From Wikipedia - [Charles Joseph Finger (December 25, 1869 – January 7, 1941) was a British born American writer. Finger was born in Willesden, England, and educated at King's College London. He had a strong literary and musical formation, and was quite active in the Fabian (Socialist) movement. Finger was a keen disciple of Walt Whitman. As a youth and young man he reveled in the homosociality of the Regent Street Polytechnic created by Quintin Hogg, and as a bisexual, throughout his life he sought to create communities of like-minded readers.] In the book Shared Secrets, Elizabeth Findley Shores relates Finger’s untold story, exploring the secrets that connected the author to an international community of twentieth-century queer literati. Finger was also employed from 1936 through 1938 as an editor of the Federal Writers’ Project (FWP) guidebook, Arkansas: A Guide to the State. A very handsome scarce and signed First Edition in a respectable DJ. LOC SS-FB-02


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Tales from Silver Lands
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