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THE WHITE DEER.

by THURBER, James. (FREEMAN, Don)

Condition: Owner's neat ink name on front flyleaf, else a fine, bright copy in very good dust jacket; pictorial dust jacket is tanned o


THURBER, James. THE WHITE DEER. Illustrated by the Author and Don Freeman. New York:: Harcourt, Brace and Company,, 1945. First edition [Bowden A16]. . Owner's neat ink name on front flyleaf, else a fine, bright copy in very good dust jacket; pictorial dust jacket is tanned on white rear panel (with tanned and few small tears), pictorial front panel (with design by Don Freeman) has two small closed tears and small chip, light wear and few small chips at tips of spine, else quite bright. . Octavo, cloth, 115 pages, illustrated by James Thurber and Don Freeman (including four full-page color plates by Don Freeman).

Here is a Thurber world of enchanted deer and seven-headed dragons, of wizards and witches, of riddles and spells, of false love and true. It is the story of a beautiful princess, transformed from a deer, who assigns each of three princes a perilous labor to perform in order to win her hand. Drawings by the Author.


  • Bookseller: Waiting for Godot Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 54256
  • Title: THE WHITE DEER.
  • Author: THURBER, James. (FREEMAN, Don)
  • Book condition: Used - Owner's neat ink name on front flyleaf, else a fine, bright copy in very good dust jacket; pictorial dust jacket is tanned o
  • Edition: First edition [Bowden A16].
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Harcourt, Brace and Company,
  • Place: New York:
  • Date published: 1945


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