Fiction Parade. August, 1935. Volume I. Number 4

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Book Condition: Fine

Original illustrated wrapper with white lettering on front cover. 5 3/4 X 9 inches. Pages 387-512. Contents in this issue, "Otto Temke's Good Lick" by Arnold Zweig, "Slow Train Through Carolina" by Richard Sherman, "Whenever Spring" by Ursula Parrott, "I Am rich" by C. W. Whittemore, "Li Tsang's First Party" by Carl Glick, "Everything In The Window" by I.A.R. Wylie, "The Linen Suit Problem" by John C. Emery, "According To Plan" by Albert Richard Wetjen, "Intimate Public Relations" by Weare Holbrook, "Gypsy Drums" by barry Perowne, "The Man At The Wheel" by Violette Kimball Dunn, "The Yankee Clippers" by S. J. Perelman, "Poor Butterfly" by Kikou Tamata, "The Varnable Mystery" by George F. Worts, "On Guard" by Evelyn Waugh, "Late Afternoon" by Helen Adams, "The Come-Back" by L.A. G. Strong, "The Doorman" by Fritz Schick, "Catafalque" by Charles Cooke and "Memory Of Love" by Bernard Barbey. Plus poetry by Mark Van Doren, Edgar Lee Masters, Arthur Guiterman, Charles Brown Nelson, Odgen Nash, Josephine Louis Byrne, Alexa Lane, Irving Fineman, James Dawson, Mary A. Kiefer, David Morton, Patricia Louis Hills. Pages are very clean and complete. Binding is tight.

Title: Fiction Parade. August, 1935. Volume I. Number 4

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Categories: Literature, Drama,

Publisher: New York, Fiction Parade, Inc: 1935

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Fine

Type: Book

Seller ID: 018264

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