The Spy: A Tale of the Neutral Ground. Introduction by John T. Winterich
New York, The Heritage Press. 1963. Hardcover. Ill.: Henry C. Pitz. Book, Later printing. xv, 409pp, colored frontispiece, many illustrations in monochrome and color, Introduction, Author's Foreword (to the 1849 edition, the last during his lifetime), Notes. 4to/26.5cm. Quarter cloth with decorated boards in slipcase lightly faded on spine and near front (open) edge, book in pristine condition. NF/G+. Cooper's second novel, issued in 1821, was an immediate great hit and was an important milestone in the budding field of American fiction. James Fenimore Cooper ( 1789-1851) was one of the most popular American novelists of the nineteenth century. Henry C. Pitz (1895-1976) was an outstanding illustrator, especially in pen and ink. The Heritage Press was founded by George Macy (1900-1956) in 1935 for "the creation and distribution of semi-luxe books". NF.
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