Nana / by Emile Zola, translated from the French. With an introduction by Burton Rascoe.
- Other records:
- [1st American ed.]
- New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1922. (Norwood, Mass. : Composition, electrotyping, printing and binding by The Plimpton Press)
xii, , 408,  p. 22 cm.
- Women -- France -- Fiction.
France -- Social life and customs -- 19th century -- Fiction.
- Place of Publication:
- United States New York (State) New York (City)
United States Massachusetts Norwood.
- With half-title.
"Published October, 1922."
"Paper supplied by W. F. Etherington & Co., New York, N. Y."
"In any appreciation of Emile Zola it is well to admit first of all that he was lacking in taste, discrimination, selection, vision, a sense of form, indeed, in almost everything we have come to deem requisite in an artist. But, having admitted so much, we must also be prepared to acknowledge that he was a man of a kind of genius, a conspicuous and in many ways a great novelist, and that he exerted a profound and lasting influence upon the development of literature."--Introduction.
Black cloth boards with gilt design of five raised bands with gilt lettering on black background on front cover and spine. Top edge gilt stained.
- Local notes:
- "The first edition of this book consists of three thousand numbered copies."
Culture Class Collection copy is no. 1409.
Culture Class collection copy has underlines and marginal marks.
- Penn Chronology:
- Rascoe, Burton, 1892-1957. tr.
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
American Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
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