Author: Henri Fauconnier
Description: Fourth printing, February 1932. Brown cloth boards stamped in green. Green topstain. Pictorial endpapers. Pages clean. Dust jacket shows edgewear; a few closed tears; rubbed; the $1.00 price on spine scratched out; clipped. Front flap of jacket has the publisher's rubber stamp stating that it is a "Cheap Edition" made from the original plates and is stamped with the price of $0.90. DJ in a clear archival sleeve. 271 pp. 8.5 x 5.75 inches.
Translated from the original French by Eric Sutton. In a scarce Boris Artzybasheff-designed jacket.
A novel set on a rubber plantation in the jungles of the Malaya peninsula.
Henri Fauconnier (1879-1973) was a French writer and part of the Groupe de Barbezieux. In 1930, his novel Malaise won the Prix Goncourt, an award given to "the best and most imaginative prose work of the year.
Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: Good+
Publisher: Macmillan Company
Place: New York
Keywords: Artzybasheff, Prix Goncourt, Barbezieux, French, fiction, novel, Malay, Malaysia, Malaya, rubber plantation,
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