Fine in Fine jacket. The Penguin Press, New York 2011. First Edition / First Printing. Full numberline with 1 present. Jacket priced at $25.95. Signed by Ann Napolitano on the title page. The Signature is Guaranteed Authentic. Book Condition: Fine, clean boards and pages, tight spine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine, wrapped in a new removable mylar cover.
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As New in As New jacket. Signed by Author Signed and dated 7/20/11 on the title page. Josilyn Jackson says it better than I can: "This is a purely gorgeous book, completely unafraid, that takes its own good hard look at what it means to forgive, to be redeemed, and to stumble back home. Ann Napolitano's Flannery O'Connor is flawed, brilliant, devout, and entirely human. What a bold wise writer....."
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As New in as new jacket. New York: Penguin Press, 2011. First edition. First Printing. Hardcover. As New/as new. 326pp. 8vo. Cloth on boards with gilt lettering. Signed by the author on title page, tight and unread, original price is intact and there are no other marks or writing. Complete number line (10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1). "Flannery O'Connor is both character and muse in" this book. Gift quality. Brodart protected.
Publishers Weekly, 2011-05-09 Napolitano's second novel (after Within Arm's Reach) is a study in the rural milieu of Milledgeville, Ga., whose famous resident is known not only for her writing, but also for keeping peacocks and for other colorful proclivities. Wealthy New Yorker Melvin Whiteson meets Flannery O'Connor at his wedding to the beautiful but insecure Cookie, who has persuaded him to relocate to her hometown. Melvin forms an unlikely friendship with Flannery, and keeps it secret from his wife, who's intimidated by the author. While explaining one of her stories to Melvin, Flannery telegraphs Napolitano's primary theme: "it's possible that the characters are closer to grace at the end of the stories. Grace changes a person, you know. And change is painful." Cookie slowly becomes an integral part of high society by serving on numerous committees and creating an enviable house. She enlists the interior design help of Lona Waters, a lonely seamstress stuck in a lifeless marriage with a police officer, and Lona soon rediscovers her purpose in the arms of a 17-year-old boy, an impetuous act that will have a great impact on a number of Milledgeville residents. Though Napolitano steeps her tale in the Southern gothic made famous by her famous character, she could have used O'Connor's help with her prose. (July) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
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