GORDON KEITH by Thomas Nelson Page 1903
GORDON KEITH. By the Southern writer Thomas Nelson Page, with 8 full page Illustrations by George Wright, Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1903.
Postbellum Southern Fiction - Classic
Like many of Page's works, set at a Virginia plantation.
Thomas Nelson Page (1853-1922) was a lawyer and American writer. He was one of the best-known writers of his day. Page served as Woodrow Wilson's ambassador to Italy, and the president referred to him as a "national ornament". Page's postbellum fiction featured a nostalgic view of the South in step with what is termed Lost Cause ideology.
Hardcover. Blue cover with a nice gilt title & light blue decoration by the gifted book designer Margaret Armstrong. A nice cover with some mild small stains, a solid binding with nice clean pages and a very light top spine shift. First Edition. About 7-1/2 x 5 with 548 pages.