The Saturday Evening Post Stories, 1949.

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Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket


8vo - 20.5 x 13.5 cm.; vi - 314 pp. Black cloth over boards with gilt lettering on the spine and black lettering on a yellow paste-down label on the front with the front also being blind stamped with "Random House" in script in a repetitive pattern. The text block head edge is stained black as issued. The 20 stories included in this collection are "An Ornery Kind of Kid" by William Saroyan, "The Forbidding Doorway" by Gerald Kersh, "Moon Crazy" by William Roy Shelton, "The Man Who Said No to the King" by Scott Young, "The Duck That Flew Backwards" by Don Tracy, "Crisis in the House" by Ralph Knight, "The Beautiful Beachcomber" by Steve McNeil, "Afraid to Live" by John W. Vandercook, "The Man Who Posed as Stalin" by Edward Hope, "Trial by Water" by John Durant, "The Price of Divorce" by Phyllis Duganne, "The Impossible Play" by Frank O'Rourke, "How Can I Go Home?" by Paul Marcus, "The President's Advice" by Ambrose Flack, "Terror at Daybreak" by Paul Horgan, "Dear Little Fool" by Agnes Sligh Turnbull, "Tin-Can Skipper" by Jacland Marmur, "Pilgrims of the Storm" by Eddy Orcutt, "Journeyman Lover" by Paul Jones, and lastly "Doomsday Deferred" by Will F. Jenkins. Previous owner's name stamped on the front paste down end paper, otherwise the book is clean with a tight binding. The externals show only mild shelf wear and that to the bottom fore corners of the boards and the spine tips.

Title: The Saturday Evening Post Stories, 1949.

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Categories: Literature,

Publisher: New York., Random House.: 1949

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 25667

Keywords: Literature; Fiction; Short Stories; William Saroyan; Paul Horgan;