[Item #51631] Horses and Men: Tales, long and short, from our American life. Sherwood ANDERSON.

Horses and Men: Tales, long and short, from our American life

New York: B.W. Huebsch, 1923. First Edition. First Printing. Octavo (19.25cm); orange cloth, with title label mounted at upper spine, and publisher's logo embossed on front cover; orange topstain (first issue, per Ahearn); dustjacket; xiv,347,[5]pp. A few small patches of paper adhesed to crown and base of spine, hint of offsetting to pastedowns, else cloth and contents are quite bright and clean; Very Good+. Dustjacket is lighlty edgeworn and dust-soiled, gently spine-sunned, with some faint dampstaining to spine ends corresponding with the adhesed paper on the book; small scuff at mid-spine and a small tear at upper rear joint, both neatly tape-mended on verso; Very Good.

Anderson's second collection of short stories, all set in the American midwest. Includes the long stories "Unused," "The Man Who Became A Woman" and "A Chicago Hamlet;" the last of these is an extract from Anderson's unpublished early novel "An Ohio Pagan." HANNA 75.

Price: $200.00

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