THIS BOOK, IT, BY ELINOR GLYN WAS PUBLISHED BY THE MACAULAY COMPANY IN 1927. Elinor Glyn (1864-1943) English author, journalist and screen writer best known for Three Weeks (1907) which caused a scandal when published. Glyn coined the term `It' in her novel The Man and the Moment (1914) a 1920s euphemism for sex appeal of which the actress Clara Bow was the `It' girl. IT IS 309 PAGES IN LENGTH AND IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. OTHER BOOKS ARE AVAILABLE. FOR OTHER ITEMS OF HOUSEHOLD INTEREST, VINTAGE COLLECTABLES AND ANTIQUES PLEASE VISIT MY OTHER ADS.