[Item #29564] Beggars Abroad [With ALS Laid-In]. Jim TULLY.

Beggars Abroad [With ALS Laid-In]

Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1930. First Edition. First Printing. Octavo (19.75cm); green cloth, with titles stamped in dark blue on spine and front cover; orange topstain; dustjacket; [12], 300pp. With a brief, 1-page autographed letter, signed, on Hotel Algonquin (New York) stationary folded twice and tipped onto front endpaper: "To Margaret K. Forey / My greetings across the miles / Her friend / Jim Tully." Decorative bookplate of Margaret Keller Forrey to front pastedown, hint of sunning to spine, with some minor wear to extremities and two small, faint stains; Very Good+ or better. Dustjacket is unclipped (priced $2.00), lightly shelfworn and dusty, with w few small nicks, short tears, and attendant creases to extremities; Very Good+.

The author's seventh book. "At the height of his literary celebrity, Tully headed to Europe for the first time, paying a visit to his family's native Ireland and also making the rounds in Glasgow, London and Paris, leveraging his fame into personal interviews with George Bernard Shaw, H.G. Wells, James Joyce and others, all dutifully reported in this volume" (PROUTY 7).

Price: $750.00

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