First Edition "A Contemporary Memoir" by H. G. Wells and More
|Title and Author/Editor||’42 to ’44: A Contemporary Memoir Upon Human Behavior During the Crisis of the World Revolution (H. G. Wells) , Barnaby Rudge with Edwin Drood (Charles Dickens), Recollections of Oscar Wilde (Ernest la Jeunesse, André Gide, and Franz Blei), Death in the Afternoon (Ernest Hemingway)|
|Genre||Biography, Autobiography and Memoirs|
|Printer||The Plimpton Press|
|Binding||Softcover, Leather, Slipcase, Cloth on board|
|Publisher||Secker & Warburg, G. W. Carleton & Co., John W. Luce and Company, Charles Scribner’s Sons|
|Publication Year||1944, 1878, 1906, 1950|
|Period||Late 19th/ Early 20th Century, Mid-20th Century, Antique, Vintage|
|Place of Publication||New York, London, Boston|
|Edition Statement||First Edition|
|Number of Books||4|
- conditions vary; generally tight bindings; loose and cracked hinges; bumped spines and corners; edge wear, scuffs, rubbing, and soiling to boards and slipcase; page toning; wear to backstrips; front board detached to A Contemporary Memoir.
- measures Death in the Afternoon.