Anais Nin: Under a Glass Bell, And Other Stories, 1948, Soft Cover, Good

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Nin, Anais. Chicago, The Swallow Press Inc., 1948
English, Later Edition, Good, Soft Cover, 8vo, 5 ¼” x 8 ⅛,”  101 pp.
Library of Congress Catalog Card No.: 6665444

Black-and-white pictorial stiff wraps with image of engraving by Ian Hugo, black text to front, publisher’s logo to front. Signed by previous owner to front inner wrap, wear to hinges of spine at front and back, mild crease at back near spine, mild shelfwear to front and back, mild edgewear, minor soiling to front and back inside wrap, mild age toning to wrap and pages, minor creasing to back pages, mild separation of spine from pages at front and back, otherwise clean throughout and excellent. 101 pp. A collection of Anais Nin’s poetic prose including “Houseboat,” “The Mouse,” “Under A Glass Bell,” “The Mohican,” “Je Suis Le Plus Malade des Surrealists,” “Ragtime,” “The Labyrinth,” “Through the Streets of My Own Labyrinth,” “The All-Seeing,” “The Eye’s Journey,” “The Child Born Out of the Fog,” “Hejda,” and “Birth” (from the Contents). Nin paints vivid pictures with her words that will whisk readers off on adventures.