THE ALMOND TREE - A Legend.
Chapman and Hall, London, 1942, 1st edn., 208pp, light brown cloth lettered in black at spine, pictorial dustwrapper by M. Levetus, the Almond Tree stands in the courtyard of a German farmhouse which has been occupied by three genertions of Polish exiles and represents the inevitable and the unattainable, described as one of the most imaginative pieces of fiction the war has produced, a poet's novel, at once realistic and symbolic, an allegory and a romance, lightly bumped at tips, upper edge dusty, edges tanned and foxed, dustwrapper: price clipped, a little rubbed at extrems., spine darkened, light overall foxing, very good in a very good dustwrapper,
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Book number: 38524
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Keywords: fiction period (1850-1950)