Prairie Songs: Being Chants Rhymed and Unrhymed of the Level Lands of the Great West. HAMLIN GARLAND.

Prairie Songs: Being Chants Rhymed and Unrhymed of the Level Lands of the Great West.

Publisher: Cambridge and Chicago: Stone and Kimball, 1893.
Edition: First edition.
Bibliographical References: Kramer, Stone & Kimball, 5.
Condition: Endpapers lightly foxed; fine copy.
Book ID: 24586

Description

8vo, original gilt-decorated green cloth, gilt lettering. Binding design, illustrations and vignettes by H. T. Carpenter.

Comments

Hamlin Garland's poetic descriptions of American rural life, following closely his critically acclaimed realistic prose sketches on the same subject, Main Traveled Roads (1891) and Prairie Folks (1893). ¶ Pencil signature of "Freida Behr, Xmas 1899" on the front free endpaper.

Price: $150.00

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