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Fractured French, freely collected and translated by F.S. Pearson. New York: Doubleday Company, Inc., 1950. Hardcover with dust jacket. A collection of unrestrained English versions of well-known French phrases, some which appeared in magazines such as Town and Country and The Saturday Evening Review. With 44 illustrations by The New Yorker cartoonist, R. Taylor.
About the Seller
Hope Berschler of Vintage Rescue has been rescuing eclectic 20th-century household treasures for more than two decades and delights in putting them back into circulation. She has an affinity for vintage books and ephemera, not only for their stories, but for their design, cultural references and yes, their covers. Curated especially for One Kings Lane, the items offered here are ready for you to rescue and use for vintage home decor and gifting.
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- 8.75" L x 5.75" W