New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1931.
Hardcover. First edition. Modest overall wear, very good in age-toned, good only dustwrapper, with the front spine-fold professionally reinforced on the verso. Inscribed by Gordon to her first cousin, Marion (Manny) Meriwether, using her own nickname ("Kidy"): "To my dear Manny with much love, Kidy." The author's uncommon and fragile first novel. Gordon's reputation as the "den mother" for the Southern Literary Renaissance has overshadowed the excellence and enduring qualities of her own work, which are certain to be better appreciated by future generations of critics. Exceptionally uncommon, especially signed.