1913. Vance, American screenwriter, short story writer and
novelist, begins The Day of Days: Smell, P. Sybarite mused
aloud...For an instant he was silent in depression. Then with
extraordinary vehemence he continued crescendo: Stupid, stagnant,
sepulchral, sempiternally, sticky-Smell! He paused for both breath
and words-pondered with bent head, knitting his brows forbiddingly.
Supremely squalid, sinisterly sebaceous, somberly sociable Smell!
he pursued violently. Momentarily his countenance cleared; but his
smile was as fugitive as the favor of princes. See other titles by
this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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Louis Joseph Vance
Arthur William Brown
||152 x 229 x 22mm (L x W x T)
||Hardcover - Sewn / Cloth over boards
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