New York: Longmans, Green and Company. Good+. 1937. First Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . (no dust jacket) [solid enough copy, but with some evident wear (boards exposed at all corners), some white scuff marks on spine, previous owner's signature (in pencil) on ffep]. Third novel by this Texas-born author, and a sequel to his second ("The Wind Blew West," 1935). An autobiographical fictionalization, about a young man who leaves his Texas hometown, falls in with other American expatriates in Paris, and eventually returns to America. (The author himself had lived in the south of France for part of the 1920s, and also worked in Paris with Robert McAlmon, who published Lanham's first novel, "Sailors Don't Care," in 1929.) . (Inventory #: 12997)
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