THE WINE COOK BOOK: Being a Selection of Incomparable Recipes from France, from the Far East, from the South and Elsewhere.
Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1934. First edition of this book of recipes "all of which owe their final excellence to the skillful use of wine in their preparation" by the family of the prolific avant-garde writer Robert Carlton Brown, who presaged the advent of the e-reader in a 1930 essay entitled "The Readies" in "Transition" (Paris, #19/20, pp167-73), which called for a new "Reading Machine." Near fine to fine with only the slightest age darkening to endpaperes; in dust jacket darekened at spine and edges and with few tiny nicks and just a touch of rubbing, otherwise near fine.
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