ISBN: No ISBN. Cornell University Press, 1965. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. Creasing along the length of the spine, creasing on front cover, scuffing on the back cover, slight foxing to text block, a little bit of underlining in pencil, bindin.
Good. As issued No Jacket. Book Spine lean, reading crease front cover, rubbing to the covers, rear cover has some vertical dents as thought something heavy were stored on top of the book, a fair amount of underlining to the text. Personal copy of UNH Professor Gary Lindberg(author of The Confidence Man In American Literature). Signed by Lindberg on title page.
Very Good- Not an ex-library copy. No remainder marks. Most books shipped within 24 hours. All books mailed with Delivery Confirmation. Scattered underlining and marginal notations. Minor creasing along the spine. Gift inscription on the front fly-leaf blacked out with marker. Slight rubbing on the front and rear covers. Very good-condition.; 8vo.; 222 pages.
3rd imp. Ex library."...a general study of the novel which attempts to relate the world of fiction to our sense of such basic notions as Time, Identity and Freedom." Pp.222, inkstamps, scuffing to fep. Purple cloth, d/w. G+/VG.
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