by OTSUKA, Yuzo; Suekichi Akaba (Illustrator); Yasuko Hirawa (Translator)
Indianapolis and New York: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, (1969). First US Edition. Hardcover. Very good/very good. Oblong 4to. Publisher's red cloth in original dust jacket. Dust jacket edgeworn, particularly at folds, with a handful of closed tears and chipping at corners and spine ends. Cloth bright but mildly worn at corners. Interior bright and clean. Very good.
The first English-language edition of this retelling of the Mongolian legend, the story of a shepherd boy who finds a white foal among his herd and how the horse-head fiddle got its name. (Inventory #: 17457)
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