Robert Penn Warren’s 1946 book All the King’s Men, based on the life of Huey Long, was quickly embraced by the public and became a popular novel. Shortly after its release, Hollywood picked up the story and made it into an Academy Award winning movie. The hardback book is the sixth printing of the first edition (f 11-46 on the copyright page) and is in very good condition. The dust jacket is in remarkable shape, considering it is almost 70 years old; there are a few small tears, but it is still crisp and clean. The hardback is in a medium blue with lighter blue lettering. The corners are in good shape and the spine is tight. The paper inside has slightly yellowed, but is crisp and smooth and the 464 pages are very readable. I have found no marks, underlining or pages turned back. The original owner didn’t write his/her name inside, nor is there a book tag pasted inside. The book measures 8” tall and 5 7/8” wide.
These would be a great addition to your book collection. Please contact us if you have any questions.
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