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The narrator of Martin Amis's uproarious first novel is at once a cynical lecher and an abject victim of puppy love--one of the most believable and curiously touching adolescents ever to lust and sniffle his way through the pages of contemporary fiction. New York calls The Rachel Papers "the best teenage sex novel since Goodbye Columbus".

The Rachel Papers 2007, Vintage Classics

ISBN-13: 9780099503873

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The Rachel Papers 2004, Vintage Books USA, London

ISBN-13: 9780099466697

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The Rachel Papers 2003, Vintage Books

ISBN-13: 9780099455424

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The Rachel Papers 1992, Vintage, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780679734581

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The Rachel Papers 1992, Penguin Books
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ISBN-13: 9780140107234

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The Rachel Papers 1987, Harmony

ISBN-13: 9780517567777

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The Rachel Papers 1984, Penguin Books Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780140070019

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Rachel Papers 1976, HarperCollins Distribution Services

ISBN-13: 9780586041208

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The Rachel Papers 1975, Ballantine Books

ISBN-13: 9780345244307

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The Rachel Papers 1973, Alfred A. Knopf

ISBN-13: 9780394491431

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The Rachel Papers 1973, Cape

ISBN-13: 9780224009126

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