Chicago: Argus Books, 1929. Hard Cover. Fine binding/Very Good+ dust jacket. The First Illustrated Edition of Norman Douglas's best know book, set on the imaginary island of Nepenthe. With colored frontispieces and title pages, as well as additional colored plates and line drawing headpieces executed by John Austen with his customary charm. South Wind is included by Cyril Connolly in his The Modern Movement: 100 Key Books from England, France and America 1880-1950 [Connolly, No. 28]. The bindings are Fine and without ownership marks; the dustjacket has a bit of darkening to the spines, but little wear. Housed in the pubisher's slipcase. (Connolly, No. 28). Fine binding / Very Good+ dust jacket. (Inventory #: 274914)
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