New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1952. Hardcover. Very good -/very good -. Large 8vo. Peacock blue cloth boards in photographic dust jacket. Boards bumped and scuffed at corners and spine ends. Jacket heavily scuffed and creased along edges, with some minor chipping. Interior clean and unmarked. Minor toning to pages. Very good minus overall.
Published after Eliot's receipt of the 1948 Nobel Price. Includes his best-known poetic works and his plays through 1949's "The Cocktail Party." With an index of titles and index of first lines. (Inventory #: 22442)
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