Author:Field, Eugene


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WHEN WILLIE WET THE BED [Cover Title: "Little Willie" )

By: Field, Eugene

Price: $44.94

Publisher: Washington DC, Privately Printed: 1901

Seller ID: 37025

Condition: Near Fine

Original cream doubled wrappers (with a fan fold at the top edge) -- printed in red with title: "Little Willie" / By / Eugene Field -- stitched and sewn, as issued, with decorative red silk cord tied at the spine-fold. Title page (limitation statement on verso) , Foreword (verso blank) , and the five stanzas of the poem printed on both sides of three leaves (the fifth stanza's leaf is blank on the verso, except for a device depicting a rampant lion in silhouette, final leaf entirely blank. OCLC: 27211002 The Foreword explains that the poem was composed by Eugene Field on October 19, 18... View more info



By: Field, Eugene

Price: $7.94

Publisher: Boston, Alfred Bartlett: 1901

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 36991

Condition: Good

28 pages; The Cornhill Booklet, January MCMI. Wrappers split at spine, otherwise Very Good. OCLC: 6148335; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. View more info

EUGENE FIELD - An Auto Analysis and How One Friar met the Devil and Two Pursued Him

By: Field, Eugene

Price: $14.93

Publisher: New York, H. M. Caldwell Co: 1901

Edition: First Edition Thus

Seller ID: 41201

Condition: Near Fine

112 pages; Clean and tight in original binding of gray cloth spine with gray paper covered boards decorative stamped in gilt, red and green depicting an inkwell with a large plume pen. Very nicely printed only on the recto sides of the paper, in black with large decorative red initials. The pages are largely unopened. The two works are separately paginated -- 75, 37, (3) and printed in different type styles. Eugene Field's autobiographical sketch, with an introduction by his friend Francis Wilson. OCLC: 5181779 "It was an open secret that Friar Gonsol and Friar Francis stood respectivel... View more info