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The Good Earth; Pearl S. Buck (1936)

The Good Earth; Pearl S. Buck (1936)

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Publisher: The John Day Company


Edition:First Edition


Year: 1931


Description: NF, 375 pp.; John Day Company First Edition First Issue, 1931, with "clung like 'flees' to a dog's back." on page 100, and John Day Company, Inc. on copywrite page.; made into Hollywood movie (1937) starring Paul Muni and Luise Rainer, who won an academy award for her role and directed by Sidney Franklin. Buck won the Pulitzer Prize for The Good Earth in 1932 and was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1938.; minor loosening of hinge in front by title page


Author: Pearl S. Buck

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