New York: Liverright Pubs, 1955. Reprinted edition. DESCRIPTION: New York: Liverright Pubs. 1955. Reprint edition. The author's second novel, first published in 1927. The city of New Orleans and a yacht on Lake Pontchartrain are the two primary settings. The story follows a diverse cast of artists, aesthetes, and adolescents as they embark on a four-day excursion aboard the motorized yacht, the Nausikaa, owned by a wealthy patron of the arts. Hardcover with dust jacket. 368 pages. CONDITION NOTES: Small octavo in blue cloth with black and red illustrated DJ in brodart; VG/VG; some discoloration and tiny tears on DJ; previous owner's inscription on ffep; deckle edges dusty; paper slightly faded; last pages uncut; pp. 368; shelved in Case # 8. Dupont. (Inventory #: 9-3-1264989)
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