Book Description

RAWLINGS, Marjorie Kinnan. Golden Apples. New York: Scribner, 1935. FIRST EDITION. (190 x 140 mm). pp. 352. Orange cloth with gilt decoration and black titling. True first edition/first printing with Scribner's "A" on copyright page. Part of the DJ has been mounted on the front paste down. Stamp on front fly leaf; stamp on back pastedown; list of numbers in pencil on back fly leaf.
Dealer Notes
Rawlings writes about rural Florida, particularly near Gainesville. Most well known for her Pulitzer Prize-winning The Yearling, written after Golden Apples, Rawlings herself called this book “interesting trash rather than literature.”
Author Marjorie Kinnan RAWLINGS
Date 1935
Binding Publisher's yellow cloth binding with part of DJ mounted on pastedown
Publisher New York: Scribner
Condition Very Good
Pages pp. 352

Price: £150.00

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