The Man Who Forgot by Hay, James Jr.

The Man Who Forgot by Hay, James Jr.
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The Man Who Forgot

First Edition

Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1915. 311 pages. A novel of Prohibition, predicting its ultimate success. The main character is a man who rose from such extreme drunkenness that he forgot his name and past to be a nationally known anti-drink crusader.

At the time this book was written, the author was a reporter for the Washington Post and the Washington Times and a founding member of the National Press Club. He later moved to Asheville, NC.

The book was filmed in 1917. ISBN: 281AIB1044922.

First edition (first printing). A very good copy in a very good dust jacket. Inscribed by the author at length to "General" John Roller, a Confederate veteran and Virginia state lawmaker. With a typed letter, signed by Hay to Roller tipped onto the front pastedown.

Book ID: 232183
Keywords: Fiction, Hardcover
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