Title: Finnley Wren: His Notions and Opinions [...]
Author: Philip Wylie
Description: First Edition with 'FR' symbol on copyright page. Yellow cloth with purple lettering on spine and front cover. Cloth shows a light general grubbiness. Some light soiling to endpapers, else interior is generally clean; unmarked. Dust jacket is quite worn, with heavy chipping/tears; spine toned; backside reinforced with old kraft paper tape; price clipped; in an archival mylar sleeve. 318 pages.
A first printing of Finnley Wren, Philip Wylie's innovative and satirical novel. This outrageous story is something akin to a modern Tristram Shandy, with generous quantities of ''humor, philosophy, character, belly-laughter, horror, tragedy, comedy, cocktails, amours, brilliant conversation, gravity and impudence'' (Cleveland Plain Dealer, April 20, 1934).
Condition: Very Good–
Jacket Condition: Fair
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart
Place: On Murray Hill, New York City
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