DescriptionThomas Merton. Two First Editions, including: The Seven Storey Mountain. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, . Very good. [and:] No Man Is an Island. . Near fine. Both first editions in dust jackets.
This lot includes: The Seven Storey Mountain. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, . First edition. Octavo. 429 pages. Index. Publisher's gilt-stamped black cloth. Some minor rubbing to boards and light wear to spine ends. Lower corner of front board bumped. Binding a bit loose. Light toning to pages. Spine of dust jacket sunned. Very good. Merton's autobiography. [and:] No Man Is an Island. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, . First edition. Octavo. 264 pages. Publisher's silver- and blind-stamped blue cloth; top edge stained green. Blue endpapers. Edges of boards slightly faded. Six preliminary leaves with minor bump to bottom corner. Slight darkening to spine of just jacket. Near fine. Essays on spirituality.
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