Near Fine hardcover in Very Good+ dustjacket. Stated First American Edition. Normal wear to dustjacket including slight creasing/curving along the head and the foot; normal aging including slight discoloration. Pages and text are clean and bright. Overall, an attractive copy. 165 pp.
Inscribed by Author Maroon cloth and orange boards. A fine copy. Dust jacket has a nick and a half inch closed tear to lower edge of front panel, else fine and bright, flap price intact. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR to a Toronto author and impresario who brought him to Toronto for a reading, with the inscribee's 1992 ink name at front. "To____, affectionately, Ian". The author's first book. This US first is uncommon, especially inscribed. Nice copy.
1st edition. Hardcover. Very fine in very fine dustjacket. This collection of short stories was the author's first book, which made an immediate impact in the literary world, winning him the year's Somerset Maugham Award. An extremely nice copy indeed.
Signed by Author Near-fine with just a trace of foxing at top and bottom page edges, otherwise bright and clean. In a fine dust jacket. SIGNED BY McEWAN beneath his name on the title page (original ticket from the 2010 event where he signed the book laid in). A beautiful signed copy of the author's first book. McEwan, arguably the best writer of fiction to come out of England in the past 40 years, has been shortlisted for the Booker Prize three times and won it in 1998.
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