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The Centaur Bibliographies of



Joseph Hergesheimer

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A Bibliography
of the Works of
Joseph Hergesheimer




THE CENTAUR BIBLIOGRAPHIES
OF MODERN AMERICAN AUTHORS

Uniform with this Volume
(In Preparation)

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A Bibliography

of the Works of

Joseph Hergesheimer



By
H. L. R. Swire





PHILADELPHIA

THE CENTAUR BOOK SHOP

1922



COPYRIGHT 1922 BY
THE CENTAUR BOOK SHOP



FOREWORD

DEAR MR. SWIRE:

When, first, I learned that it was in your mind to
make a bibliography of my books I went to the shelves
on which they had been gathered and gazed at them again
with an awakened and considerable interest. Only yes
terday, a few moments ago, it seemed, there had been but
one The Lay Anthony, and now there were ten or
was it eleven ? that many, and more to be collected, in
eight years. There, undoubtedly they were, in their vari
ous editions; and I was amazed. I hadn t quite realized
that so much of what I was went that way . . .
fixed, perhaps, for a while short or long, but gone. I
had not realized that the secret treachery of time had
prevailed against me to such an extent. Eight years, it
was true, were not many, but they had been taken a
large bite out of the rosiest cheek of the apple. It was
still my profound conviction, it is as I write, that better
was to come; that what I had done, written, was hardly
more than introductory. But, together with this, I had a
faint uneasy consciousness that I was being merely blind
ed by the trustfulness and self deception which, perhaps,
alone made life endurable. Anyhow, there they were, the
ten, or eleven, in paper and cloth and boards the
months, the years, the toil, the failures and the successes.



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I hadn t enjoyed writing them: I hated to write, prin
cipally for the reason that largely I didn t know how;
and, when a book appeared, there was a chorus, splendid
and unrestrained, announcing that perfectly obvious fact.
J wasn t humble about this; the result, I was always con
vinced, justified the incidental ignorance; and there were
eternally the super-intelligent youth of the Universities
who, for a modest living, were able and willing, where it
did not interfere with my purpose, to unsplit any infini
tives. There the I almost called them accursed books
were, fragmentary, unfinished, short by worlds of their
various intents. However, except to myself, I had no
inclination to apologize for them; I only wished to say,
especially to you, that really the best were all to come.

Sincerely

JOSEPH HERGESHEIMER
July eleventh, 1922



PREFACE

In front of me, as I write, lies Mitchell Kennerley s
announcement of new books for the Fall of I9J4- Head
ing the list is Joseph Hergesheimer s first published novel
The Lay Anthony. The publisher s first reader re
ported ". . . a book beautiful, noble, thrilling. It
has held my feebleness awake all night and left me ting
ling so I can scarce write steadily . . ." ; a second
reader thought it too good to sell, but a third thought it
would ; and Mr. Kennerley, after reading it himself, knew
that it must be published. "To me," he wrote, "it has in
some measure the great qualities of Meredith s Richard
Feverel." Mr. Kennerley and his readers were both right
and wrong; it is a gripping story, full of passages of the
most poignant beauty, but it did not sell. Mr. Herge-
sheimer has recounted elsewhere, with some amusement, I
think, that some nine hundred copies were bought out of
the first edition of one thousand.

Eight years from The Lay Anthony to The Bright
Shawl, now appearing serially in the RED BOOK Magazine !
A short time, indeed ; but long enough for the nine hun
dred or so Hergesheimer readers of 1914 to grow into
thousands I have forgotten at this moment how many
thousands the latest edition of Cytherea represented ; and
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those whose concern, after the reading, lies in the posses
sion of the first editions of the author s books.

This book, intended, therefore, primarily for the col
lector, omits mention of the details of any edition save the
first. However, for the Hergesheimer enthusiasts who
may not, at present, fall within that class, I have included
what I believe to be a complete list of the author s pub
lished work, collected and uncollected.

Errors and omissions are, I hope, few; nevertheless, I
am obsessed with the constant fear of the bibliographer
that, after publication, someone may come forward with
a copy of one of the books, unique in some peculiarity of
binding, or typographical error which, altered or cor
rected after only a few copies had been issued, serves to
establish its priority over that edition which has hitherto
been identified as the first. I shall, of course, welcome
any information concerning "points" which have not al
ready been mentioned.

I am glad to record here my thanks to Mr. Hergesheim
er for the invariable and unfailing courtesy with which
he has met my inquiries; to Mr. John M. Hemphill, of
West Chester, for information as to certain uncollected
material; to Miss E. B. Skinner, of the Periodical De
partment of the Free Library of Philadelphia, for similar
aid; to Mr. J. J. Mullen, of Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.; and
to Messrs. Harold T. Mason, David Jester, Jr., and
George E. Schilling for invaluable suggestions and assist
ance.

H. L. R. SWIRE
Philadelphia, August I, 1922



FIRST EDITIONS

THE LAY ANTHONY

1914

THE LAY / ANTHONY / A Romance / By / Joseph
Hergesheimer / [Publisher s device] / New York & Lon
don / Mitchell Kennerley / 1914

COLLATION: pp. (vi)+327, consisting of p. (i),
Half-title: The Lay Anthony; verso: blank; p. (iii),
Title-page: as above; verso: Copyright, 1914, by /
Mitchell Kennerley / Printed in America; p. (v) :
". . . if in passing from this deceitful world /
Into true life love is not forgotten, . . . / know
that / among the most joyous souls of the third heaven
my J Fiametta sees my pain. Pray her, if the sweet
draught / of Lethe has not robbed me of her, . . .
to obtain my / ascent to her! / Giovanni Boccaccio ;
verso : To / Dorothy / This / Figment of a Perpetual
/ Flowering; pp. 1-327 of text, followed by 3 blank,
unnumbered pages.

Crown 8vo, 7iX4f; bound in purple cloth, lettered on
back, in gilt, as follows : The / Lay / Anthony J Joseph /
Herges- / heimcr / Mitchell / Kennerley. Blind double
rule at top and bottom. Front cover lettered in gilt as
follows: The / Lay Anthony J By J Joseph Hergesheim
er ; all enclosed by gilt double rule border at top of rect
angular space formed by vertical and horizontal double
rules in blind. Back cover has blind stamp of publisher s
monogram in centre. White end papers; all edges cut.






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MOUNTAIN BLOOD

1915

MOUNTAIN / BLOOD / A Novel / By / Joseph Herges-
heimer / [Publisher s device] / New York & London /
Mitchell Kennerley / 1915

COLLATION: pp. 312, (the first 8 unnumbered),
consisting of blank fly-leaf; p. (i), Half-title: Moun
tain Blood; verso: blank; p. (3), Title-page: as above;
verso: Copyright 1915 by / Mitchell Kennerley /
Printed in America; p. (5) To / My Mother; verso:
blank; p. (7) : One; verso: blank; pp. 9-312 of text,
followed by 6 blank, unnumbered pages.

Crown 8vo, 7jX4|; bound in crimson cloth, lettered on
back, in gilt, as follows: Mountain J Blood / Joseph /
Herges- / heimer / Mitchell / Kennerley. Blind double
rule at top and bottom. Front cover lettered in gilt as fol
lows: Mountain Blood / By / Joseph Hergesheimer] all
enclosed by gilt double rule border at top of rectangular
space formed by vertical and horizontal double rules in
blind. Back cover has blind stamp of publisher s mono
gram in centre. White end papers; all edges cut.



THE THREE BLACK PENNYS

1917

THE / THREE BLACK PENNYS / A Novel / By / Jo
seph Hergesheimer / New York [Publisher s device]
MCMXVII / Alfred A. Knopf

COLLATION: pp. (viii)+4o8, consisting of p. (i),



JOSEPH HERGESHEIMER n

Half-title : The / Three Black Pennys / A Novel /
[Publisher s device, containing minute monogram, in
lower right corner] ; verso : Novels by Joseph Herges-
heimer / The Lay Anthony / Mountain Blood / The
Three Black Pennys; p. (iii), Title-page: as above;
verso: Copyright, 1917, by / Alfred A. Knopf /
Printed in the United States of America; p. (v) :
Long dedication to John Hemphill; verso: blank; p.
(vii) : Contents / I The Furnace I / II The Forge
139 / III The Metal 275; verso: blank; p. (i): I
The Furnace; verso: blank; pp. 3-138 of text; p.
(139): II The Forge; verso: blank; pp. 141-274 of
text; p. (275): III The Metal; verso: blank; pp.
277-408 of text.



Crown 8vo, 7iX4& ; bound in brown cloth, lettered on
back, in gilt, as follows : The / Three / Black / Pennys /
(small geometric design, in gilt, in three intersecting cir
cles, arranged horizonally) / Joseph / Herges- / heimer /
Alfred A. Knopf. Front cover has blind stamp consisting
of three intersecting circles, each containing a geometric
design, the whole occupying a length of 4^ inches and a
width of if inches, arranged vertically. Back cover has
blind stamp of publisher s device in lower right corner.
White end papers; all edges cut, the top edge brown.
A few tall paper copies were issued.

NOTE: The second issue differs from the first only in
the texture of the paper, which is lighter in weight and
of a gray tint.



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GOLD AND IRON

1918

GOLD AND IRON / By / Joseph Hergesheimer / [Pub
lisher s device} / New York / Alfred A. Knopf /
MCMXVIII

COLLATION: pp. 332, (the first 10 unnumbered),
consisting of p. ( I ) , Half-title : Gold and Iron ; verso :
Books by / Joseph Hergesheimer / Gold and Iron /
The Three Black Pennys / Mountain Blood / The
Lay Anthony; p. (3), Title-page: as above; verso:
Copyright, 1918, by / Alfred A. Knopf / Published,
April, 1918 / Printed in the United States of America;
p. (5) : Gold and Iron / To / George Horace Lori-
mer (all in facsimile of the author s hand-writing) ;
verso : blank ; p. ( 7 ) : Contents / Page / Wild
Oranges . . . n / Tubal Cain . . . in /
The Dark Fleece . . . 227; verso: blank; p. (9),
Fly-title: Wild Oranges; verso: blank; pp. 11-108 of
text; p. (109), Fly-title: Tubal Cain; verso: blank;
pp. 111-224 of text; p. (225), Fly-title: The Dark
Fleece; verso: blank; pp. 227- (332) of text; followed
by 4 unnumbered pages at end containing extracts from
Reviews of The Three Black Pennys.

Crown 8vo, 7JX5 ; bound in black cloth, lettered on back,
in gilt, as follows: Gold / And Iron / by / Joseph /
Hergesheimer / Alfred A. Knopf. Front cover blank;
back cover has blind stamp of publisher s device in lower
right corner. White end papers; all edges cut, the top
edge black.



JOSEPH HERGESHEIMER 13

JAVA HEAD

1919

JAVA HEAD / By / Joseph Hergesheimer / "// is only
the path of pure simplicity / which guards and preserves
the spirit" / Chwang-tze / [Publisher s device] / New
York / Alfred A. Knopf / 1919

COLLATION: pp. 255, (the first 8 unnumbered),
consisting of p. (i), Half-title: Java Head / [Publish
er s device in lower right corner] ; verso : Books by /
Joseph Hergesheimer / Java Head / Gold and Iron /
The Three Black Pennys / Mountain Blood / The
Lay Anthony; p. (3), Title-page: as above; verso:
Copyright, 1918, by / Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. / Printed
in the United States of America; p. (5) : To / Hazle-
ton Mirkil, Jr. / from / Dorothy / and / Joseph Her
gesheimer; verso: blank; p. (7), Divisional Half-title:
Java Head; verso: blank; pp. 9-255 of text; verso of
page 255 blank.

Crown 8vo, 7|X4f J bound in garnet cloth, lettered on
back, in gilt, as follows: Java / Head / by / Joseph /
Hergesheimer / Alfred A. Knopf. Front cover blank;
back cover has blind stamp of publisher s device in lower
right corner. White end papers; all edges cut.

NOTE: One hundred tall paper copies on special paper,
numbered, and signed by the author, were issued simul
taneously with the above.



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THE HAPPY END

1919

THE / HAPPY END / By / Joseph Hergesheimer / [Pub
lisher s device] / New York / Alfred A. Knopf / 1919

COLLATION: pp. 315, (the first 10 unnumbered),
consisting of blank fly-leaf; p. (i), Half-title: The
Happy End / [Publisher s device in lower right cor
ner] ; verso : Books by / Joseph Hergesheimer / The
Happy End / Java Head / Gold and Iron / The
Three Black Pennys / Mountain Blood / The Lay
Anthony; p. (3), Title-page: as above; verso: Copy
right, 1919, by / Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. / Copyright,
1916, 1917, 1918, by The Curtis Publishing Com
pany / Printed in the United States of America; p.
(5) : Long dedication; verso: blank; p. (7) : Contents
/ Lonely Valleys . . . n / The Egyptian Char
iot . . . 55 / The Flower of Spain ... 93
/ Tol able David . . . 155 / Bread ... 193
/ Rosemary Roselle . . . 231 / The Thrush in
the Hedge . . . 283; verso: blank; p. (9), Fly-
title: Lonely Valleys; verso: blank; pp. 11-315 of text.
There are fly-titles before each of the stories in the
book at pp. (9), (53), (90, (153), (i90, (229)
and (281); verso of each fly-title and of last page,
blank. Blank fly-leaf at end.

Crown 8vo, 7JX5; bound in bright green cloth, lettered
on back, in gilt, as follows : The / Happy / End / by /
Joseph / Hergesheimer / Alfred A. Knopf. Front cover
blank; back cover has blind stamp of publisher s device in
lower right corner. White end papers; all edges cut.

NOTE : Sixty tall-paper copies, on hand-made paper, num
bered, and signed by the author, were issued simultaneous
ly with the above.



JOSEPH HERGESHEIMER 15

LINDA CONDON

1919

LINDA CONDON / By / Joseph Hergesheimer / [Pub
lisher s device] / New York / Alfred A. Knopf / 1919

COLLATION: pp. 304, (the first 8 unnumbered),
consisting of p. ( I ) , Half-title : Linda Condon ; verso :
The Works of / Joseph Hergesheimer / The Lay
Anthony / Mountain Blood / The Three Black Pen-
nys / Gold and Iron / Java Head / The Happy End
/ Linda Condon; p. (3), Title-page: as above; verso:
Copyright, 1919, by / Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. / Printed
in the United States of America; p. (5) : To / Carl
Van Vechten / This, / Linda Condon s / Gravest /
Bow; verso: blank; p. (7), Divisional Half-title:
Linda Condon ; verso : blank ; pp. 9-304 of text.

Crown 8vo, 7JX5; bound in French blue cloth, lettered
on back, in gilt, as follows: Linda / Condon / by /
Joseph / Hergesheimer / Alfred A. Knopf. Front cover
blank ; back cover has blind stamp of publisher s device in
lower right corner. The first issue was in smooth cloth,
as described above. There is a later binding of ribbed
cloth, in practically the same shade. White end papers;
all edges cut.

NOTE: Sixty tall-paper copies, on hand-made paper,
numbered, and signed by the author, were issued simul
taneously with the above.



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HUGH WALPOLE

1919

HUGH WALPOLE / An Appreciation / by / Joseph
Hergesheimer / Author of "Three Black Pennys" / "Java
Head", etc. / Together with Notes / and Comments on
the Novels of / Hugh Walpole / New [Publishers de
vice ] York / George H. Doran Company.

COLLATION: pp. (ii)+66, consisting of p. (i), Half-
title: Hugh Walpole / An Appreciation / Joseph
Hergesheimer ; verso : List of books by Hugh Walpole,
enclosed in rectangular single rule; Portrait insert of
Hugh Walpole, facing title; p. ( I ), Title-page : as
above; verso: Copyright, 1919 / George H. Doran
Company; pp. 3-31 of text by Joseph Hergesheimer;
verso of page 31, blank; pp. 33-64, comment on the
novels by Hugh Walpole ; p. 65 : advertisement of the
novels of Hugh Walpole published by the George H.
Doran Company; verso: blank.

Crown 8vo, 7|X 5 ; bound in sand colored boards, back
unlettered ; white paper label on front cover, upper right
corner, with lettering in dark green as follows: Hugh
Walpole /An Appreciation / By / Joseph Hergesheimer
/ [Publisher s device } / New York / George H. Doran
Company. (The whole enclosed in rectangular double-
rule border.) White end papers. Top edge cut, others
uncut.

NOTE: The edition distributed with the compliments
of Marshall Field of Chicago, sometimes erroneously
described and sold as the first issue of this book, was a
special edition, bound up from the sheets of the first
printing, after the issuance of the edition described above,
which is the first.



JOSEPH HERGESHEIMER 17

WILD ORANGES

1919

WILD ORANGES / Joseph Hergesheimer / [Publisher s
device] / New York / Alfred A. Knopf / MCMXIX

COLLATION: pp. 108, (the first 10 unnumbered),
consisting of blank fly-leaf; p. (i), Half-title: Wild
Oranges; verso: blank; p. (3): By Joseph Herge
sheimer / Linda Condon / The Happy End / Java
Head / Gold and Iron / Mountain Blood / The Lay
Anthony / (written in ink) The Three Black Pennys]
verso: blank; p. (5) : This, number of a special /
edition of eighty-five copies / of "Wild Oranges"
printed / Chirstmas 1919 on Perusia hand- / made
paper by Alfred A. Knopf / for his bookseller friends,
is for ; verso: blank; p. (7), Title-page: as above;
verso: Copyright, 1918, by / Alfred A. Knopf /
Printed by the Vail-Ballou Co. / Binghamton, New
York, on paper / furnished by Japan Paper Co., New
York / Bound by H. Wolff Estate, New York; p. (9),
Divisional Half-title: Wild Oranges; verso: blank; pp.
11-108 of text, followed by 4 blank, unnumbered pages.

8vo, 8fX6J; bound in orange boards, flecked with gold;
black cloth back. Lettered on back, in gilt, as follows:
Wild / Oranges / Alfred A. Knopf. End papers of pa
per used in book ; top edges cut and gilt, others uncut.



SAN CRISTOBAL DE LA HABANA

1920

SAN CRISTOBAL / DE LA HABANA / By / Joseph
Hergesheimer / "Many yeeres since I had knowledge by
/ relation of that great and golden Citie / which the



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Spaniards call El Dorado." J Sir Walter Ralegh / {Pub
lishers device} / New York / Alfred A. Knopf / 1920

COLLATION: pp. 255, (the first 8 unnumbered),
consisting of p. (i), Half-title: San Cristobal / De La
Habana ; verso : The Works of / Joseph Hergesheimer
/ Novels / The Lay Anthony (1914) / Mountain
Blood (1915) / The Three Black Pennys (1917) /
Java Head (1918) / Linda Condon (1919) / Shorter
Stories / Gold and Iron (1918) / The Happy End
(1919) / Travel / San Cristobal De La Habana /
Published in New York by / Alfred A. Knopf / and
for sale at all bookshops; p. (3), Title-page: as above;
verso: Copyright, 1920, by / Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. /
Printed in the United States of America; p. (5) : To /
H. J. B. Baird / An / Havana / which he is free /
to decline in every particular / save the / dedication;
verso: blank; p. (7), Divisional Half-title: San Cristo
bal / De La Habana; verso: blank; pp. 9-255 of text.

8vo, 7fX5i> bound in Chinese orange boards, flecked
with gold; black silk-cloth back. Lettered on back, in
gilt, as follows: San / Cristobal / De La / Habana /
Joseph / Hergesheimer / Alfred A. Knopf. Front cover
has gold-leaf label, 3X2^, lettered in black, within a
heavy, black border enclosing a thin, double-rule border,
as follows : San Cristobal J de la Habana / by / Joseph
Hergesheimer. Back cover blank. End papers of paper
used in book. Top edge cut, and black, others uncut.

NOTE: One hundred and ten large paper copies, on
hand-made paper, numbered, and signed by the author,
were issued simultaneously with the above.



JOSEPH HERGESHEIMER 19

CYTHEREA

1922

CYTHEREA / Joseph Hergesheimer / [Publisher s device
in red] / New York / Alfred A. Knopf / 1922

COLLATION: pp. 371, (the first 8 unnumbered),
consisting of p. (i), Half-title: Cytherea; verso: The
Works Of / Joseph Hergesheimer / Novels / The Lay
Anthony (1914) / Mountain Blood (1915) / The
Three Black Pennys (1917) / Java Head (1918) /
Linda Condon (1919) / Cytherea (1922) / Shorter
Stories / Wild Oranges (1918) / Tubal Cain (1918)
/ The Dark Fleece (1918) / The Happy End (1919)
/ Travel / San Cristobal De La Habana (1920) /
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. / (Published Jan
uary, 1922 / Published in England By / William
Heinemann, London) / Set up and electrotyped by
the Vail-Ballou Co., Binghamton, N. Y. / Paper
furnished by W. F. Etherington & Co., New York /
Printed and bound by the Plimpton Press, Norwood,
Mass. / Manufactured in the United States of Amer
ica; p. (5) : For / Dorothy / Charming in the present
/ and / secure with the past; verso: blank; p. (7),
Divisional Half-title: Cytherea; verso: blank; pp. 9-
371 of text, followed by 7 blank, unnumbered pages.

Crown 8vo, 7|X4f J bound in orange cloth, lettered on
back, in gilt, as follows : Cytherea / by / Joseph / Herges
heimer J Alfred A. Knopf. Front cover blank; back
cover has blind stamp of publisher s device in lower right
corner. White end papers; all edges cut.

NOTE: One hundred copies of a special edition on
Blandford Antique linen paper were printed and distrib
uted, Christmas, 1921, by Alfred A. Knopf to his book-



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seller friends. This edition, on tall paper, was bound
in decorative paper boards in several designs.

Two hundred and seventy tall-paper copies, on special
paper, numbered, and signed by the author, were issued
simultaneously with the first edition described in detail
above.



WILD ORANGES

1922

WILD ORANGES / Joseph Hergesheimer / [Publisher s
device in red] / New York / Alfred A. Knopf / 1922

COLLATION: pp. 128, (the first 8 unnumbered),
consisting of p. (i), Half-title: Wild Oranges; verso:
The Works Of / Joseph Hergesheimer / Novels / The
Lay Anthony (1914) / Mountain Blood (1915) /
The Three Black Pennys (1917) / Java Head (1918)
/ Linda Condon (1919) / Cytherea (1922) / The
Bright Shawl (In preparation) / Shorter Stories /
Wild Oranges (1918) / Tubal Cain (1918) / The
Dark Fleece (1918) / The Happy End (1919) /
Travel / San Cristobal De La Habana (1920) / New
York: Alfred A. Knopf; p. (3), Title-page: as above;
verso: Copyright, 1918, By / Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. /
Published, April, 1918, in a volume now out of print,
/ entitled "Gold and Iron," and then reprinted twice.
/ First published separately, March, 1922 / Set up,
electrotyped, and printed by the Vail-Ballou Co., Bing-
hamton, N. Y. / Paper supplied by W. F. Ethering-
ton & Co., New York, N. Y. / Bound by the Plimpton
Press, Norwood, Mass. / Manufactured in the United
States of America; p. (5) : To / George Horace Lor-



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imer; verso: blank; p. (7), Divisional Half-title: Wild
Oranges; verso: blank; pp. 9-128 of text.

Crown 8vo, 7jX4f ; bound in black cloth, lettered on
back, in gilt, as follows : Wild / Oranges / by / Joseph
Hergesheimer / Alfred A. / Knopf. Front cover blank;
back cover has blind stamp of publisher s device in lower
right corner. White end papers; all edges cut.



TUBAL CAIN

1922

TUBAL CAIN / Joseph Hergesheimer / [Publisher s de*
vice in red] / New York / Alfred A. Knopf / 1922

COLLATION: pp. 146, (the first 6 unnumbered),
consisting of p. (i), Half-title: Tubal Cain; verso:
same as verso of half-title to "Wild Oranges", de
scribed in detail above; p. (3), Title-page: as above;
verso: same as verso of title-page of "Wild Oranges",
described in detail above; p. (5), Divisional Half-title:
Tubal Cain; verso: blank; pp. 7-146 of text, followed
by six blank, unnumbered pages.

Crown 8vo, 7JX 4j>* bound in black cloth, lettered on
back, in gilt, as follows: Tubal / Cain / by / Joseph
Hergesheimer / Alfred A. / Knopf. Front cover blank;
back cover has blind stamp of publisher s device in lower
right corner. White end papers; all edges cut.



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THE DARK FLEECE

1922

THE / DARK FLEECE / Joseph Hergesheimer / [Publish
er s device in red} / New York / Alfred A. Knopf /
1922

COLLATION: pp. 134, (the first 8 unnumbered),
consisting of p. (i), Half-title: The Dark Fleece;
verso: same as verso of half-title to "Wild Oranges",
described in detail above ; p. ( 3 ) , Title-page : as above ;
verso: same as verso of title page of "Wild Oranges",
described in detail above; p. (5) : Contents / Page /
Olive 9 / Honora 5 1 / Jason 95 ; verso :
blank; p. (7), Fly-title: Olive; verso: blank; pp. 9-48
of text; p. (49), Fly- title: Honora; verso: blank; pp.
51-91 of text; verso of p. 91 blank; p. (93), Fly-title:
Jason; verso: blank; pp. 95-134 of text, followed by


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