New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, (1974). First Edition. Hardcover. very good +/very good +. Oblong 8vo. Publisher's red cloth in original dust jacket. Jacket mildly edgeworn, with a short closed tear at top edge of front panel. Faint touches of soil and two tiny dark spots at rear. Cloth fresh. Interior bright. Very good plus. Unpaginated.
An original modern folk tale about modernization, and an old musician who seeks to preserve the traditions of the countryside through a handmade mandolin, embued with nature's most beautiful sounds. (Inventory #: 17478)
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