Ellen Rogers

By the author of Studs Lonigan, Kirkus Reviews remarks "As only Farrell can do it, here is a cold-blooded, damning exposure of love and sex in all its banality, crudity, conceit and self-importance. Ellen is pretty and wise, well able to handle anything until she meets Ed; Ed is a glib exhibitionist, pimping money off easy girls, past master at mock heroics, -- in and out of jails and jobs." Vanguard Press markings on jacket and copyright page, Dial Press marking on book spine. Jacket shows some edgewear, several damage spots, soil. Binding is tight and solid, some light cover soil. Foxing to outside edge. Light grey cover. 429 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 inches.

  • Ellen Rogers
  • James T. Farrell
  • The Vanguard Press / Dial Press, 1941