While Rome Burns by Alexander Woollcott (1936)


"While Rome Burns" is a collection of essays written by Alexander Woollcott, a prominent American critic and commentator from the early to mid-20th century. The book showcases Woollcott's witty and insightful observations on various topics, offering a glimpse into the cultural and social landscape of his time.

Hardcover in good condition. Cover boards and spine are solid and intact. Dust jacket is intact, but shows moderate signs of shelfware. Interior pages are clean and clear any marks. This addition is the 19th printing published in 1934 by Grossett and Dunlap.

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