Strayed Revellers. Allan UPDEGRAFF.

Strayed Revellers. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 1918.

First Edition. J. Ormsbee frontispiece. "The strayed revellers are: Clotilde, a young woman just graduated from Greenwich Village, and much blessed with the real come hither; the members of the artist community up-State where the story happens; a woman who tried to be modern and failed; Corporal Clement Townes, a young aviator who has temporarily lost his nerve, and in trying to get it back finds something more important; and sundry 'natives' of the village, including Clotilde's father, Mr. Hen Hooghtyling. The revel is at times a social satire, always an amusing comedy." Uncommon. Near Fine, contemporary gift inscription at front endpaper, in Very Good dustjacket, dime sized chip at top spine end.

Price: $175.00

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