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Book Description

The Bookman was a literary journal established in 1895 by Dodd, Mead and Company as an American version of the already established The Bookman (London. In 1918, the journal was bought by the George H. Doran Company and edited by JOHN Farrar. In this issue: b/w. frontis portrait of Michael Arlen by Bertrand Zadig;pages num bered from 385 to 545 plus book related adverts. in the 'Bookman Advertiser' (60 pages to front & 30 to rear) For contents (page) see pictures.
Dealer Notes
First Thus; 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall; Black titles spine; illustrated by b/w. drawings; Pages browned with age; light wear to extremities.
Author Farrar, John (editor.)
Date 1924
Binding Softcover
Publisher George H. Doran Company Publishers; Manchester, Massachusetts
Condition Good Condition (no Dust Jacket as published.)
Pages 60 + 160 + 30

Price: £30.00

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