New York: Brentano's, 1907.
First edition. Illustrated. 201 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Original black cloth-backed gray-brown paper boards, t.e.g. Fine in original yellow printed dust jacket with only minor tears BAL 7495; Perkins pp.57-58. Item #214502
"In this volume of letters and poems, Hearn tells of his life in the South, gives his views on the [black] question, and his impressions of Memphis, New Orleans, and New York. The verses are both light and serious, and these are translations from [black] and Creole love songs." (Perkins quoting an early notice of the book).
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