Sow the Wind

By: Fredenburgh, Theodore

Price: $24.00

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Book Condition: Very Good- in Very Good- dust jacket

12mo - 19 x 13 cm.; 314 pp. A novel centered on the island of Corsica by Fredenburgh (b. 1897), an American high school drop-out who went to war at age 15, then wandered through various jobs, wrote an initial novel, Soldiers March, traveled to Russia and Corsica, and returned to the US in 1933. This basically takes his life up to 1936, in Florida, when he published this novel. Light orangey beige boards with black spine lettering, front cover lettering and design are in black, spine has the publisher name of Macaulay. Light soiling on cover and text block edges, bit of finger smudging in text, one page is creased; binding is sturdy. Dust jacket is soiled, edgeworn with some tape repairs on the back side, front flap is corner clipped.

Title: Sow the Wind

Author Name: Fredenburgh, Theodore

Categories: Fiction,

Publisher: New York, Green Circle Books.: 1936

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good- in Very Good- dust jacket

Seller ID: 27135

Keywords: Fiction; Novels; American; Corsican; Paul Morinelli; Sug Gargan; Madame Chilinsky; Evelyn Barreton; Vintage; Lee Furman, Inc.