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    John Steinbeck. To a God Unknown. New York: [1933]. First edition, second issue.

    More Information: John Steinbeck. To a God Unknown. New York: Covici Friede Publishers, [1933]. First edition, second issue; originally published by Robert Ballou, reissued with new title-leaves. Octavo. [2, blank], [vi], 325, [3, blank] pages. Publisher's light gray cloth, boards and spine stamped in dark green; in the original dust jacket. Spine a bit toned; light rubbing to binding; minor wear to corners; binding slightly skewed. Text slightly toned. Jacket spine toned; some edgewear; mild chipping, and a few short tears; two blue lines offset from a previous dust jacket protector; some thumbsoiling to rear jacket panel. Very good.

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