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Vintage

Henry Green's Nothing

Christopher de Lotbinière's Rare Books

$37.00

$65.00 43% Off

Only 1 available

Henry Green's Nothing
Henry Green's Nothing
Henry Green's Nothing

Shipping & Returns

Estimated Arrival
Arrives by 12/23
Sep 11 - Sep 17
Returns:
Returns accepted within 14 days of delivery.

Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1910-1950

Condition:

Very Good; some wear

Materials:

hardcover

Size:

8.3" L x 5.6" W x 1" H

Why We Love This

Nothing by Henry Green. New York: Viking Press, 1950. First printing. Hardcover with dust jacket. A perfect copy of Henry Green's novel about the subtle boredom of the English upper class at play, in London recovering from the war.
As described by Christopher de Lotbinière's Rare Books

Why We Love This

Nothing by Henry Green. New York: Viking Press, 1950. First printing. Hardcover with dust jacket. A perfect copy of Henry Green's novel about the subtle boredom of the English upper class at play, in London recovering from the war.

About Christopher de Lotbinière's Rare Books

Christopher de Lotbinière's Rare Books is based in Manhattan, helping collectors to build unique libraries by finding and celebrating unusual works. Whether your interests lie in poetry, art history, first editions of modern classics, or getting hold of some favorite childhood book, this is the perfect way to rediscover the best books from the last 70 years. Unless indicated, almost all books are US or UK first editions and all defects are noted.