New York: Harper, 1929. First edition. Green boards, black cloth spine, in the green dust jacket noted by Bowden (no priority of issue is known for this or the red jacket). The first printing consisted of 2500 copies, 1500 were bound September 23, in light green paper boards with black...
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New York: Blue Ribbon Books, 1944. Reprint edition. Boards, dust jacket. Very good. Hall A3, note, p. 20.
New York: Harper, 1950. Coming of Age edition. “Coming of Age“ (i.e. 21st anniversary) edition. Cloth, nearly fine, lightly worn dust jacket, gift inscription on endpaper. This edition contains a new introduction by E.B.W., dated Jan. 15, 1950. Hall A3, note, p. 20.
New York: v.d. Various editions. Includes: Dell paperback (1950); Delta paperback first; Harper Colophon paperback first; Harper Perennial paperback; Harper Perennial "Coming of Age" paperback first.
London: Heinemann, (1930). First English edition. Blue cloth, slight spotting to the cover, otherwise fine in lightly edge-worn dust jacket with small old tape mends. Bowden A1b. Hall A3.
New York: Harper, 1929. 22nd printing. Cloth backed pink boards, leaning, light shelf wear . Inscribed by Thurber to the artist Paul Nash "after all these years the question is still unanswered!", and also from Mary Saint-Gaudens to Nash in September 1931. Nash was a friend and an early supporter...
New York: Simon and Schuster, (1957). Simont, Marc. First edition. Cloth-backed boards. Uneven sun fading otherwise fine in dust jacket.
New York: Harper, (1929). Third printing. Green boards, black cloth spine. Inscribed by both White and Thurber to Bristow Adams, a long-time teacher at Cornell, and a journalist, for Christmas 1929. Later ownership signature on half title. Bowden A1; Hall A3.
New York: Various. Foreign translations. French, 1952(?) "La quadrature du sexe"; "Is het liefdelevenzo noodzakelijk" (Dutch); "La sexe pour quoi faire?" French, 1995.