New York: International Publishers. Near Fine in Very Good+ dj. 1972. First Edition. Hardcover. [good sound copy, very light wear to extremities, slight bumping to bottom corners; jacket shows a bit of wear at spine ends and a couple of corners, tiny tear to bottom right corner of front panel]. Anthology of "the most important of [Gold's] poems, stories, sketches, critical essays and journalism, [including] some hitherto unpublished manuscripts." From the editor's introduction: "Gold is a kind of legend now -- a devil or a saint, depending on your point of view -- and all the more legendary because his memory is obscured by fond rumor, ill will, and ignorance. Aside from [his autobiographical novel] Jews Without Money, almost none of his voluminous works is available in print, and many who have strong opinions about Gold and his work (pro and con) really know little about either." . (Inventory #: 22583)
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