Dime store paperbacks collection - 4 Huxley, Huxley, Childe, Maugham - 1930s - 50s
Whether you're reading on the beach, the subway, or in an undisclosed location as part of the witness protection program, these four pocket-sized volumes are for you. Instant collection includes:
- The Moon and Sixpence, W. Somerset Maugham, Bantam, 1940 (foxing inside covers)
- Man in the Modern World, Julian Huxley, Mentor, 1949
- What Happened in History, Gordon Childe, Pelican, 1946
- After Many a Summer Dies the Swan, Aldous Huxley, 1939
The books are probably interesting, they certainly come from an interesting time in our history. But really, it's all about the covers.
SIZE approx 4.25 x 6.5
CONDITION Appropriate for an inexpensive paperback from a long time ago. Aging to the pages, page adhesive is a little crispy. All are perfectly readable and clean except for the foxing noted above.
This is a vintage item. It has been used and loved and it has a history. Please examine photos carefully and ask questions, as we are unable to accept returns or exchanges.