The VERSE-BOOK of a HOMELY WOMAN by Fay Inchfawn (ca. 1921) w/Jacket!
THE VERSE-BOOK OF A HOMELY WOMAN. By Fay Inchfawn,
The Religious Tract Society,
London, (ca. 1921).
Poetry - Religious
Vintage from the 1920s
Elizabeth Rebecca Ward used the pseudonym Fay Inchfawn.
A collection of domestic, spiritual, and
fanciful poems from the point of view of
a woman, a housewife, and a Christian.
The natural, supernatural, and solidly
mundane are mixed together as well as
separated into two parts: Indoors and Outdoors.
Hardcover. Light blue cover with decorative art bordered purple title. UNDATED. Eighteenth Edition. Inner center crack to binding with a light top spine shift. Heavy tear to front free endpaper. 108 pages. Jacket is lightly rubbed with a three quarter inch (closed and inner taped) tear at spine top and a sticker residue at the spine bottom. Scarce with dust jacket!