Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
Good. Good+ Softcover. Moderate soiling and shelfwear to covers, including small tear. Remainder mark on textblock. Writing on FFEP. Mark on one page. A few pages have creasing. Otherwise, pages clean and tight in binding. Pictures available upon request. A locally owned, independent book shop since 1984.
ISBN. Trade Paperback. Second revised edition. Slight wear to corners and edges; 1/2" square tape lift on inside front cover with a slight shadow on first endpaper; otherwise tight, sound and unmarked in Very Good condition.
Very Good+, Very Good. 8VO, 316 pgs, Hardcover. Hardcover: Clean maroon cloth binding with title on spine in gold. Title, text pages are clean. Very nice color illustrated dust jacket shows light rubbing and oxidation. Very nice in protective mylar. When Philip Larkin, already known for his poetry began reviewing Jazz for a leading London newspaper in 1961, he rapidly built himself a new and considerable reputation. Here is the whole of Larkin's output on the subject and a discography, revised for an American audience. Nice tight binding.
Good. 037151908X Used book. Previously owned and is blemished. Cover rubbed w/ corner and binding wear. Interior page markings (highlighting/writing) and owner's name. An inventory sticker on the back and a used sticker on the spine. Textblock has a marking.
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