The Tragedy of Little Red Tom: A Contribution to the Fight about Nature Books

The Tragedy of Little Red Tom: A Contribution to the Fight about Nature Books

The Tragedy of Little Red Tom: A Contribution to the Fight about Nature Books

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San Diego, CA: Ash Ranch Press, 1988. 79 pp. Approximately 1 7/8 x 2 1/2". LIMITED EDITION of 52 copies (26 deluxe copies with letters), this being a regular edition #18. Burgundy leather 1/4 bound, slightly rubbed gilt letter spine with marbled boards, letterpress, handmade paper, signed by the publisher on the colophon, in near fine condition. (Bradbury, Ash Ranch Press 9)

Henry Van Dyke, Jr. (1852 - 1933) was an American clergyman, as well as an educator and author. The story of Little Red Tom was originally published in "Days Off and Other Digressions" in 1907 by Charles Scribner's Sons. This is the tragic but very poetic and lovely story of an anthropomorphic tomato, "growing up" in a garden.

Publisher
Ash Ranch Press
Binding
Hardcover
Tags
First Edition , Miniature , Signed