Plough and Furrow. [Presentation Copy]
A collection of essays. Presentation Copy from the author, inscribed and signed and dated in the year of publication. Paul Green (17 March 1894–04 May 1981), playwright and champion of human rights; winner of the 1927 Pulitzer Prize for Abraham’s Bosom. “He was among the few white southerners who could envision integration. From the 1920s onward, he put time, energy, and money into the job of securing basic human rights for blacks and Native Americans, particularly fair treatment in courts of law and access to jobs and education.” (ANB)
Description: Plough and Furrow. [Presentation Copy]
New York, etc.: Samuel French, Inc. (1963). First edition. Inscribed by the author. Orig. cloth binding. Good in a very good or better dust jacket. Rear board of book with substantial old dampstaining else a good clean bright copy.