Awakening. John GALSWORTHY.


New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1920, October. R.H. Sauter. 1st Edition. Boards. 4to; 63, [1]pp; gilt stamped tan paper over board, silhouette of a young boy on the front cover; silhouette illustrated endpapers; illustrated throughout in blue and black; unclipped dust jacket without price, back of dj a short blurb about the book; near fine in a near fine dj. Near fine / near fine. Item #10

The second interlude in the Forsyte Saga, a novel about an upper-middle class British family. This story is of the son, Jon (Jolyon) who is 8 years old. He is loved and pampered, with an idyllic childhood. The British author, Galsworthy (1867-1933), won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1932.

Price: $75.00

See all items in Juvenile, Juvenile Fiction
See all items by