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Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin, 1906. First edition, trade issue. There was also a limited large paper issue. Original blue cloth, gilt. Conway was an anti-slavery southerner, minister, and literary figure who knew almost everyone. He was intimate with Emerson and Carlyle and wrote biographies of them. He was an acolyte of Theodore Parker; he even acted as literary agent in England for Samuel Clemens. The present volume is a travel narrative. Light rubbing, front free endpaper soiled. A Very Good copy.
Title: My Pilgrimage to the East.
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