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De Camp, L. Sprague + Pratt
LAND OF UNREASON
Tight with mild tllt; spine is flat with a line down length. No stamps, marks or writing.
Interior illustrations by Edd Cartier - reprinted from the original magazine appearance in Unknown Worlds. These are absolutely amazing (and funny.) Even if you have some other edition - you may want to get this just for the illustrations.
Land of Unreason, a stand-alone fantasy novel by the team of L. Sprague de Camp and Fletcher Pratt. A shorter magazine version was in Unknown Worlds October 1941.
Since I haven't read this, I'm quoting the back-cover copy, and note that the elf referred to was drunk because Fred Barber had replaced a bowl of milk - the traditional leaving for the Little People on St. John's Eve - with some Scotch that he didn't want to drink himself...
THE ELF WAS DRUNK TO BEGIN WITH...