"A Comedian Sees the World" [complete in five issues of] Woman's Home Companion
Price: 1,000.00 USD
Springfield, Ohio: Crowell Publishing Company, 1933. Five consecutive issues. Folios. Pictorial wrappers. Small tears at the spine ends, slight soiling or offsetting on the covers, and a little waviness at the bottom of some pages else bright and fresh very near fine issues. Chaplin spent over a year touring Europe between 1931 and 1932. His journal of the trip was published in five issues of the *Woman's Home Companion* published between September 1933 and January 1934. It wasn't published in book form until 2014, when research revealed that the articles may have been his first published work. The trip also influenced his view of the world, leading him to tackle more controversial subjects such as *Modern Times* (1936) and *The Great Dictator* (1940). Uncommon found together and in such bright and attractive copies. Near Fine.