This old hardbound book by dramatist and novelist William Saroyan is titled The Human Comedy. The story revolves around a young boy during WWII. The main character, Homer, relates to the reader what live is like growing up in a small town and working part time as a telegraph messenger boy during the second World War. The development of the characters has made this a much enjoyed novel. It has 291 pages with illustrations by Don Freeman. This has a 1943 copyrighted by Harcourt, Brace & Co., Inc and was printed by H.Wolff of New York. No dust jacket.
It measures about 5 ¾” by 8 9/16” by 1 ¼” and is in very good, used condition. The inside pages are crisp and clean with minimal wear and a tight spine. The previous owners name is written on the inside cover. The hard cover is in good condition with minor edge and corner wear and a small stain on the back. As previously stated this has no dust cover.
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