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Título: Enter Psmith
Editorial: New York: Macmillan, 1935
Año de publicación: 1935
Edición: First Edition.
The first separate printing of the work that introduced the charming and resourceful Ronald Eustace Psmith, whose monacle made him easily recognizable, whether at Blanding's or at the Drones Club. Issued originally as a serial, "The Lost Lambs, " the text was first published in book form in 1909 as the second half of a schoolboy yarn, MIKE. Having been expelled from Eton, it is not surprising that Psmith should have eclipsed his genre inhabited by youthful chum to set off for more sophisticated environs. ENTER PSMITH was revised for republication after the success of his fourth adventure, LEAVE IT TO PSMITH, which was adapted for the stage in 1930. A fine, bright copy in a lovely example of the wonderful pictorial dustwrapper, which has a short tear to the front panel, barely noticeable. N° de ref. de la librería 12869
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