New York: Random House, 1948. Early Modern Library Edition. Cloth. 12mo, gray cloth, Mylar-protected decorative dust jacket, 246 pages. Near Fine / Very Good. Item #1260
For lovers of humorous and easy-to-understand verse, no versifier is better than Ogden Nash.
Frederic Ogden Nash (1902–1971) was a prolific and highly popular American poet best known for his light verse. He wrote more than 500 pieces. With his unconventional rhyming schemes, he was declared the country's best-known producer of humorous poetry. Marriage Lines is genteel humor with amusing illustrations. (Wikipedia)
This very handy selection ought to be just the book for a pleasant read!
Chips and losses to the edges of the dust jacket; internally, there is characteristic though very slight age-toning to the post-war (1946ish) paper. The typography on the back panel is appropriate for books published from 1944-1953 (Toledano, pp.165, 176). The internal dj printed number is "329," which equates to within 2 years of the 1946 First edition, hence an early reprint.