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    Gentry Nyland. Mr. South Burned His Mouth. New York: William Morrow & Co., 1941. First edition. Octavo. 272 pages. Publisher's tan cloth with pictorial green-stamped spine; original illustration dust jacket. Minor edgewear, spine sunned. Endpapers toned. Internally clean; top edge trimmed and stained green but somewhat faded, other edges untrimmed, minor edgewear. Dust jacket unclipped ($2.00); heavy edgewear, 3-inch closed tear to spine repaired on verso with cello tape, spine sunned, small closed tear to front panel, somewhat rubbed and soiled. Very good book with good dust jacket.

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