New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1933. First Edition. Near Fine/Near Fine. First edition, first printing. [vi], 352 pp. Publisher's red cloth with gilt paper title labels on spine and front, pictorial zigzag endpaper. Small date written on paste down, front label a little edge worn, else Fine in Near Fine unclipped dust jacket with light edge wear and rubbing, hint of toning to spine panel. An especially bright and attractive example of the rare dust jacket. A popular novel of race, class, and gender in America written by a Jewish American feminist associated with Zora Neale Hurston and the Harlem Renaissance. It inspired acclaimed film adaptations in 1934 (directed by John M. Stahl) and in 1959 (directed by Douglas Sirk).
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