THE GARDEN OF THE PLYNCK. New Haven and New York: Published by Yale University Press, . Octavo, pp. [1-8] 1-112 [113: blank] [114: "printed in the United States of America"] [115-116: blank] [note; last leaf is a blank], pictorial title page and illustrations in the text by Florence Minard, title page printed in red, yellow and black, pictorial boards printed in red, black and yellow. First edition. A complex children's fantasy in which a young girl visits the wonderland of her own imagination. A favorite of SF writer Theodore Sturgeon, whose essay on it, "The Search for the Plynck," helped get the book reprinted. Early owner's bookplate affixed to front free endpaper. A fine copy in good price-clipped dust jacket with light wear at edges, faint damp stain along top edge of rear panel, and closed tears in front panel with internal tape mends. A scarce book rarely found with its jacket. (#161885).
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