Description:Good. Pages may have contain writing, highlighting or notes. May...Good. Pages may have contain writing, highlighting or notes. May be an ex library copy with library markings. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
Description:Good. Go green, recycle! Book may have wear from reading, may...Good. Go green, recycle! Book may have wear from reading, may contain some library markings. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding.
Description:Owl 1981. Weak Spine. Discoloration on Front Cover. Good...Owl 1981. Weak Spine. Discoloration on Front Cover. Good Condition, as Described in Sellers Guidelines. Unless Listed in this decription, VG or Better.
Description:Very Good. No Jacket Issued. This is a larger soft cover...Very Good. No Jacket Issued. This is a larger soft cover paperback book. The condition is Very Good. This is a First Edition Thus, and a 1st printing. "She was a golden rebel, whose short and story life was celebrated among the most eminent and glamorous of her time: Tennessee Williams, Libby Holman." The cover on this book is in very good condition with very light wear and a nice clean look. There is a little scuffing on the spine edge but not too bad. This is a nice solid book with a tight binding and a straight spine. The pages and the end papers are unmarked, clean, and bright. There are a number of photos in this book. 464 pages.
Description:Very good. A monumental biography...a stunning achievement. -San...Very good. A monumental biography...a stunning achievement. -San Fran. Chron. The bedazzling tale of how a nice Jewish girl rebelled & became a legend. Clean text; VG PB covers/1st Owl ed/1988.
Publisher: New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 
Description:Octavo, softbound, xii, 464 pp. Very Good, with light wear. From...Octavo, softbound, xii, 464 pp. Very Good, with light wear. From lower cover: A flamboyant amalgam of Zelda Fitzgerald, Vita Sackville-West, and Louise Bryant, she was perhaps the last great bohemian--in her outrageously public lesbian proclivities balanced with her long and devoted arriage to writer-composer Paul Bowles; in her profusely artistic social style, ironically, in contrast with her scant creative output; in her unswerving refusal to obey, be it conventionality, the people who loved her--or her own sense of survival...In this compassionate and comprehensive, fully illustrated biography [Dillon] presents us not only with Jane Bowles the personality, but also places in a life-context her work...
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