FAREWELL MISS JULIE LOGAN: A WINTRY TALE. London: Hodder and Stoughton Limited, 1932. Octavo, pp. [1-4]  2-98 [99-100: blank], title page printed in red and black, original blue cloth, paper labels affixed to front and spine panels. First edition. A ghost story with sexual undertones. "Very thick in dialect, unpleasant characterizations, thin interpretation, but entertaining." - Bleiler (1983). "... one of the masterpieces of the uncanny ..." - Robertson Davies, "Gleam and Glooms" in One-Half of Robertson Davies (1982). This is the first publication of the story as a book, part of "The Uniform Edition of the Works of J. M. Barrie." There was an earlier 8-page folio (48 cm) offprint published by The Times Publishing Company in London in 1931, "FAREWELL MISS JULIE LOGAN: A WINTRY TALE ... As published in THE TIMES, Thursday, December 24, 1931." Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1752. Carter, The Vampire in Literature (1989), p. 51. Not in Cox. Bleiler (1978), p. 16. Reginald 17484. Top edge of text block foxed, a fine copy in fine printed dust jacket. (#156058).
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