Very Good. Very good hardcover in dj. Dust jacket shows edge wear, but is protected from further wear by plastic cover. Signed and inscribed by author on end paper, pages are otherwise clean and unmarked. Binding is tight, hinges strong.; 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! Ships same or next business day!
Very Good in Very Good-dustjacket. 0385098960. The dustjacket is now protected in a new, removable mylar sleeve.; Inscribed by the author (5 lines, including signature). Inscription reads: "For Pat, whom I would love to know (I know because Patricia says so! ) Very warmest good wishes. Rosellen Brown"; Small 8vo 7½"-8"; 272 pages; Signed by Author.
Signed by Author Cloth & boards. Light sunning to margins of boards, paperclip impression to top margin of front free endpaper and first 5 leaves; else fine. Jacket has nicks and one inch tear to foot of bit yellowed white spine, mainly fine otherwise. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR (simple signature to title page). This was Margaret Atwood's copy. Laid in is a printed complimentary slip from the publisher hand-addressed to Margaret Atwood and signed by an employee of the firm. The slip has the paperclip impression. The author's first novel, third book.
272 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. Inscribed by the author. FICTION. Here is a moving, powerful novel, full of insight and surprise, about the confrontation between a mother and daughter...between two women, each in her own way extraordinary. The "mother" of the title is Gerda Stein, a brilliant, successful lawyer in New York, a specialist in civil liberties cases, a champion of the oppresses. In her own life she is sure and rational-the misery she meets in her work evokes no passion, only an abstract desire for justice. After an eight-year absence, daughter Renata returns to her mother's home, carrying with her a daughter of her own, born out of wedlock. The child will be the focus of a painful struggle between Gerda and her daughter-the symbol of what each wants from the other, what neither is willing to give. (Key Words: Autobiography, Signed Books, Rosellen Brown, Fiction, Mothers, Daughters).
The uncorrected proof copy of her third book and first novel. Warmly and effusively inscribed by the author two months prior to publication: "____/ How Gerda would love you/ (for your enthusiasm, your vigorous/ devotion)! Whether or not you'd/ want to be loved by Gerda is/ another story). / But for now I, who made/ Gerda, love you. I hope that's/ sufficient.../ Rosellen." Partial title written on the lower page edges; glue residue showing on front label; very near fine in tall wrappers. A scarce proof, and a nice inscription.
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