Into a white millionaire's Caribbean mansion comes: Jadine, a graduate of the Sorbonne, art historian - an American black now living in Paris and Rome and Son, a criminal on the run, uneducated, violent, contemptuous - an American black from small-town Florida. He is a threat to her freedom she is a threat to his identity...Read MoreInto a white millionaire's Caribbean mansion comes: Jadine, a graduate of the Sorbonne, art historian - an American black now living in Paris and Rome and Son, a criminal on the run, uneducated, violent, contemptuous - an American black from small-town Florida. He is a threat to her freedom she is a threat to his identity...Read Less
Very good in very good dust jacket. Ex-library. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 320 p. Audience: General/trade. This is the hardcover stated Knopf First Edition from 1981. Other than a back cardholder flyleaf (ex lib), scoliosis, and a clip on the DJ, the mylar-covered book is in very good condition. There are no rips, tears, etc. and the pages and binding are tight. This wonderful, impossible-to-find item is available for purchase now! **Note: All books listed as FIRST EDITIONS are stated by the publisher in words or number lines--or--only stated editions that include only the publisher and publication date. NAME YOUR PRICE! ! ! Due to the vagaries of market fluctuations, an item's listed price should be considered a guideline. Serious buyers are welcome to make a BEST OFFER on each and every item listed, with the assurance that ALL reasonable offers will be accepted! !
Very good in good dust jacket. FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING + VERY GOOD CONDITION (ONE SMALL TEAR TO THE FRONT OF THE DUST JACKET)+ ORIGINAL HARDBACK FORMAT, PROTECTED BY A MYLAR COVER; COLLECTING BOOKS SINCE 1988, SELLING BOOKS SINCE 2008. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 320 p. Audience: General/trade.
Fine in Near Fine jacket. Inscribed by Author(s) 3rd Printing. pp. 306. DJ shows small tear at top front and back, wrinkling at top, some shelfwear. Slight bumping to points. Inscribed by author to former owner on ffep, embossed seal "Library of...". Otherwise, unmarked and clean. Contents clean, print crisp, binding tight.
Fine in fine dust jacket. A Fine Copy In Near Fine Dust Jacket. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 320 p. Audience: General/trade. Author is winner of the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, National Book Critics Circle Award, the American Book Award from The Before Columbus Foundation and the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Very Good+, Very Good- 8VO, 306 Pgs., Hardcover. Hardcover: Signed by the author on first free endpaper. Beige cloth boards. Title in gold on front board and spine. Nice tight binding. Jacket: Light edgewear and chipping. Slightly yellowed back jacket. Color illustrated front cover. Desirable copy in protective mylar.
Very Good in Good Plus jacket. Book. 8&1/2" By 6" Signed by Author(s) Very light gray cloth binding with gilt titles, clean and tight, inscribed by author to former owner on first end page, 306 pages, top page edge tinted; jacket is clean, mild edge wear, jacket spine is slightly faded, price clipped.
Fine in very good dust jacket. 320 pages. First Edition. Small sticker shadow and owner name on flyleaf, dealer stamp on page edges, some light blue marks on cloth boards, else near fine. Dustjacket is very good+, minor edgewear and slight fading of spine color.
Fine in near-fine dj (some barely noticeable nicking and a small rub). First Edition. A Novel. Signed by Morrison on front flyleaf. Stated first trade edition. Fourth book by the author of BELOVED, THE BLUEST EYE, and PARADISE. Morrison won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1993. 8vo white cloth.
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