92pp. Octavo [22 cm] Brown cloth effect paper over boards, with the title stamped in silver on the spine. Black and white endpapers reproducing the map, Fezzae et Marocchi Regna Africae Celeberrima. Near fine. The spine is just a little bit slanted, and the boards are ever so slightly concave. In a very good dust jacket, with subtle sunning to the jacket's spine, and mild age-toning and light foxing. The focus of Points in Time is Morocco, Bowles' home for many years. From the dust jacket-"With extraordinary skill, he takes the reader on a journey through the Moroccan centuries, pausing at points along the way to create resonant images of the country, its landscapes, the beliefs and characteristics of its inhabitants."
Bowles, Paul., The Ecco Press, nd (1984), c1982, 1st U.S. Edition, blind stamped boards & cloth w/gilt spine titles, map end papers, fine w/price clipped dj (tiny chip), 92 pp, 8vo, '...Bowles' first novel since Up Above the World was published...'
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