Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1946. First edition. Trimmed galley proofs, bound in plain blue wrappers with a white cover label, hinge split, otherwise a very good copy with a review slip. This begins at page [v], the first page of the preface, probably the preminary pages had not yet been set. The text, at least in the preface, differs from the published book. This should not be confused with the much commoner promotional copies bound from finished pages in white printed wrappers. A collection of pieces originally published in "Notes and Comments," in The New Yorker. Not in Hall. (Inventory #: 29226)
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