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    William Faulkner Limited Edition

    William Faulkner. Miss Zilphia Gant. Dallas: The Book Club of Texas, 1932.

    First edition. Limited to 300 copies for members of the Book Club of Texas, this being number 198. Octavo. vi, 29 pages. Preface by Henry Nash Smith.

    Dark red cloth over boards. Gilt designs and lettering to front board. Gilt lettering to spine. Original glassine dust jacket with a minimum of chipping. Spine slightly sunned. A near fine copy.

    Miss Zilphia Gant remains one of the most sought after titles put out by Stanley Marcus' Book Club of Texas. Howard Colville, of the Dallas printing firm J. M. Colville & Sons of Dallas, Texas, won recognition from the American Institute of Graphic Arts for his work designing this book.


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    June, 2009
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