Título: Garden Clubs and Spades
Editorial: Dutton, NY
Año de publicación: 1941
Condición del libro: Very Good
Condición de la sobrecubierta: VG+
Edición: Sixth Printing.
Small 8vo, pub green cloth in slightly soiled dw.The New Yorker's Hokinson's collection of garden-based cartoons. Presentation copy from her to Tony Award-winning playwright (Sweeny Todd) Hugh Wheeler aka mystery novelist Patrick Quentin and to his (presumed)companion Ricke (lnu). Inscribed on the ffe: "For Rickie and Hugh,/ here is a frail little volume/ to read when you/ weary of murdering people./ Only I hope you don't stop doing it./ Helen E. H." Signed copies of Hokinson's work are extremely rare. This inscription referring to Wheeler's work as Quention, uniquely whimsical. N° de ref. de la librería 007917
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