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Rain on the Wind by Walter Macken 1950 Macmillan HC/DJ

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Antiquarian & Collectible

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1950

Category:

Literature

Dust Jacket Condition:

Acceptable

Publisher:

The Macmillan Company

Author:

Walter Macken

Topic:

Fiction

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Item number:

921433

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Rain on the Wind by Walter Macken 1950 Macmillan HC/DJ Rain on the Wind Walter Macken New York: The Macmillan Company Copyright 1950 312 pages Book Club edition The binding is in good condition, the pages are clean but lightly tanning. The cover has a small amount of edge wear and there are white spots on the front and back. The jacket is scuffed and has some edge wear and edge tears. Acceptable. Hardcover. Here are humorous and touching portraits of lovable Irish fisherfolk. Big, sturdy, kind-hearted Mico Mor, he would be a poor Claddagh fisherman all his life with little book learning beyond the knowledge of boats, winds and tides and the sudden rages of the Galway seas. Not as clever as his fair haired brother nor so favored by his mother, he knew the sorrows in the hearts of his friends. He had a way of being always in the thick of other people's trouble and being born with a mark on his face, the hand of God his simple countrymen called it. And he almost died before he learned to overcome despair and found a girl to share his life. (#0000177)
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