New York: Horace Liveright, (1931). First edition. 8vo, 90pp; cloth-backed boards. A fine, fresh copy in a lightly chipped dust jacket, spine sunned a shade. Item #205570
Feibleman's scarce first book, a collection of poems, most of which had appeared in "The Double-Dealer," the New Orleans literary magazine edited by his friend Sherwood Anderson. Feibleman soon set aside his literary aspirations and settled into a long and fruitful academic career at Tulane University, where he became a professor of philosophy, publishing dozens of books and establishing himself as an authority on pragmatism and C.S. Peirce.