Item Details

Four Frightened People

E. Arnot Robertson
Format
Book
Published
Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc.., 1931.
Edition
First edition
Language
English
Summary
Woman doctor and three companions escape plague ridden ship and struggle for days in a dense tropical jungle.
Description
[9], 301 pages ; 21 cm
Notes
  • One colored illustration on title page.
  • Decorative lining papers.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: PS3511 .A86 Z42 .R65 F6 1931: Original decorated orange cloth. William Faulkner Collection. From the Library of William Faulkner, with his signature dated Oxford, Miss 12 September, 1931. Inscribed "5159 South 7th St., Columbus, Miss" on verso of blank leaf at end. According to Bart Welling, "Columbus was the home of Mrs. Hairston, the mother of Estelle Franklin's first husband, Cornell Franklin; as such it was also a frequent destination for Faulkner in young adulthood" (Bart Welling, "Faulkner's Library Revisited" [Mississippi Quarterly 52.3], p. 417, n. 76). Yet, Welling admits that he was unable to determine whether this particular address belonged to Mrs. Hairston (Welling, p. 417, n. 76). Purchased, 2014.
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic

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