The Hawk's Done Gone [__SIGNED__LIMITED__]

Haun, Mildred

Published by Bobbs-Merrill; Indianapolis; 290 pp.; DJ; F-/F-; 1940/nd/FE, 1940
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Title: The Hawk's Done Gone [__SIGNED__LIMITED__]

Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill; Indianapolis; 290 pp.; DJ; F-/F-; 1940/nd/FE

Publication Date: 1940

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition


This copy is signed on a special tipped in page."This book is the achievement of a member of the Writer's Workshop of the University of Iowa._____ This special Workshop Edition is limited to one hundred signed copies, ninety-seven of which are for sale. _____ This is copy [85].". _____ Mildred Haun worked as book reviewer for the Nashville Tennessean and as editorial assistant to Allen Tate on the Sewanee Review._____ She died in 1966._____ Although she had continued writing stories and working on a second novel, The Hawk's Done Gone was the only work published during her lifetime._____ It is a roman-a-clef account of life in her home community in eastern Tennessee. _____ _____ There is a 1/2" snag to the lower front gutter of the jacket. _____ . "The Hawk's Done Gone by Mildred Haun will forever have a prominent place in Appalachian Literature.___Because of the changes which have occurred in the region, it is safe to say that there will never be another book like it.___ No written work will be able to capture, as Mildred Eunice Haun did, the folk life of the most isolated and remote Southern Mountaineers, for no one will ever again be able to grow up and absorb that milieu as she did.". Bookseller Inventory # 19074

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