Woodford, Jack GENTLEMAN FROM PARNASSUS
New York: The Woodford Press, (1951). First edition thus. Hardcover. Fine, fresh, as-new, in taupe composition binding with orange-red spine titles, orange upper-page-edge tint; in a very lightly worn and rubbed, faintly soiled, near fine illustrated dust jacket.
Genteely impoverished Sir Arthur Hanon, scion of a once lusty, wenching noble household, goes to Hollywood to become a "real man" in this novel by the pseudonymous pulp scribe best known for his guide to writing and publishing, TRIAL AND ERROR.