202pp. hardback 8vo: Very Good+ in a Fine dj bottom corners are lightly bumped; text is age browned owing to acidic paper; else VG+] A novel by the Brazilian writer that was chosen Novel of the Year by Brazilian PEN, originally published in 1986.
Fine. 0930523679 Packaged carefully to protect the corners...1st Edition, Like New/Like New DJ, clean & very tight, no markings, seems never opened, not a remainder, bottom corners slightly inturned, a very nice copy,
Near Fine in J Near Fine jacket. [Columbia, LA and London]: Readers International. 1989. F First English-language Edition. H Hardcover. Near Fine. Slight rubbing to jacket; else a near fine copy as issued. 202 pages. First English-language issue of the novel of rural and urban conflicts in the author's native land. Translator's introduction; includes bibliographical references. Originally published in Brazil in 1986 under title: Balada da Infancia Perdida.
Columbia. 1989. Readers International. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Dustjacket. 202 pages. hardcover. 0930523679. keywords: 41906. inventory # 7526. FROM THE PUBLISHER-In this his sixth novel, Antonio Torres creates a collage of Brazilian life: through its legends, poetry, popular songs and through the narrator's hallucinations, fantasies and flashbacks as well as snippets from newspapers and the media. This novel was chosen Novel of the Year by Brazilian PEN.
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