22 June 2010
FAULKNER, William. Sanctuary. London: Chatto and Windus, 1931.
8o. (Some pale foxing at beginning and end.) Original red cloth; printed dust jacket (spine slightly toned, otherwise fine); cloth folding case.
FIRST ENGLISH EDITION, FIRST PRINTING, FIRST BINDING. This was the third title of Faulkner's to appear in England, following Soldiers' Pay and The Sound and the Fury. Massey 264; Petersen A8.33a.
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