New York: Robert O. Ballou, 1933.
STEINBECK, John. To a God Unknown. New York: Robert O. Ballou, .
First edition, first issue, one of 598 copies. Octavo (7 3/8 x 4 13/16 inches; 188 x 122 mm). [viii], 325, [3, blank] pp.
Original light green cloth without the usual fading found on most copies. Spine lettered in gilt. Top edge black. Pictorial endpapers. With pristine dust jacket. Jacket with a some very light soiling to back panel, a minor amount of flaking to head of spine, and jacket spine with a crease down the middle, but otherwise fine. Overall a fine, unread copy. Housed in a custom half green morocco clamshell.
Winner of the 1962 Nobel Prize for Literature, John Steinbeck, in To A God Unknown, presents his strong views of man’s relationship with nature, and a man’s relationship with his father.
Goldstone & Payne A3a.