Good. Please see our picture of our copy. Good hardcover, dust jacket with spine label, permanent clear wrapper with several labels, ex seminary library with the usual extras, text clean and unmarked. Thanks very much!
Very good in good dust jacket. Lightly edge worn. Former owner's name on ffep, otherwise unmarked. Jacket edge worn with minor soil and a couple short tears, now in mylar. Sewn binding. Paper over boards. 239 p. Audience: General/trade.
The Impact of Elie Wiesel. Pp. xiii, 239. 8vo. Bound in black cloth with silver lettering to spine. Near fine in a very good+ dust jacket with light shelfwear and a small tear to spine. Includes letter requesting a review of the book.
8vo. 239 pp. Very good in black cloth with very good dust jacket. Dust jacket reverse scuffed, front cover top edge creased with small tear at spine top. Spine top, front and back cover corners slightly bumped. Slight wear to hinges. Appears unread. Includes contribution from Elie Wiesel, an essay entitled "Why I Write."
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