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[NEALE IMPRINT] THEIR DAY IN COURT
New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Company, 1909.
Hard Cover. First Edition. Quarto; in the publisher’s green buckram with titling in gilt; 486 pages, including the Index; there are no ownership or other marks in this copy.~~Krick, as is usually the case, is succinc in his critique of this book: “Pollard leaves no doubt in this book that he had boundless admiration for Ambrose Bierce and Walter Blackburn Harte, no more than limited admiration for most of their contemporary American writers, and boundless distaste for literary critics and female novelists.” He adds that Walter Neale called Polllard “the mightiest critic of our day.” Your cataloguer is speechless. (Krick 399).
Very Good binding.