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New York: B.W. Huebsch, 1915. First edition. Original quarter cloth, printed paper label, paper boards. Ownership signature of "Eleanor S. Brooks", the author's wife, and her "Please Return". Brooks' first major work, dedicated to John Hall Wheelock. In his autobiography (1965, p.360) he reported that "(Scott Fitzgerald) had sent me a copy of "The Great Gatsby" from Capri, where he was staying in 1925. He had found in a bookshop there "America's Coming of Age, which he had bought and read 'with enormous pleasure', the book that Huneker had reviewed and Carl Van Doren read, standing, beside a shelf of new accessions. It was 'virtually the first book to voice the new age,' Carl Van Doren wrote to me at a time when I was scarcely aware that anyone had read it." A little soiling and staining, some rubbing. A Good, sound copy.
Title: America's Coming of Age.
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Seller ID: brooks,vanwyck.250newyork:b.w.huebsch,1915.first