Estranging Dawn Life and Works of William Vaughn Moody 1973 Maurice F Brown
Estranging Dawn: The Life and Works of William Vaughn Moody, 1973 was written by Maurice F. Brown to reestablish the poet's reputation as a precursor of 20th century American Literature.
Using a wealth of unpublished material, Brown shows that Moody's awareness of the issues of his time made him the most successful serious poet and dramatist of his time.
Twenty-six photographs show Moody and several other literary figures of his time. Very interesting photos!
This book is in fair to good condition--no tears, strong binding, upper corner of book slightly turned, some foxing and some wear to the dust jacket. There are three marginal notes and one sentence underlined in chapter 2 and more extensive notes in ink on the end flyleaf.
The book measures 6 1/4 inches by 9 inches by 1 inch and has 321 pages.