When A Man's Single: A Tale of Literary Life by J. M. Barrie

Published 1929: Hardcover / Very Good Condition

Original black embossed leatherette with gilt titles on the spine. 278 very clean and bright pages. Spine back chipped and frayed along the edges slight fading on boards consistent with age.

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In 1900 Mr. Barrie's novel has been accepted everywhere as the most important book which he has ever written — a character-study of remarkable originality, presented with power, humor, and pathos. The Chicago Advance said: “Barrie has created a character absolutely unique and of striking individuality. There is no other such instance of vivid and subtle character-study in recent fiction.” “The inimitable Tommy,” says one reviewer, “redeems the promise of his youth, and Barrie presents him so lovingly that he is fascinating.”

Sir James Matthew Barrie, 1st Baronet, OM (1860-1937) was a Scottish novelist and dramatist. He is best remembered for creating Peter Pan, the boy who refused to grow up, though he penned numerous other plays and novels.

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