1935 · [San Francisco]
___DESCRIPTION: Original brown paper covered boards, title and author's name stamped in brown to upper board, title page in red, the essay opens with the word "LORD" printed in large, bold letters, filling the first line of text, text printed in black and red; hand-set Centaur type, quarto size (11.25" by 7.5"), 6 unnumbered pages, one of 200 copies, this number 149, signed by William Saroyan.
___CONDITION: A very good copy, internally bright and free of prior owner markings, covers are clean, backstrip is slightly chipped at head and tail and corners are slightly rubbed, otherwise a very good, clean copy.
___CITATION: Grabhorn Bibliography, no. 237.
___POSTAGE: International customers, please note that additional postage may apply as the standard does not always cover costs; please inquire for details.
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