VG+/G+ 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall 0913218480 Signed by Author SIGNED by author on rear endpaper. Jacket has edgewear and rubbing, couple small tears, scratch on rear panel. Scratch on front board, otherwise boards and interior are clean and unmarked. F-1.
Very Good. 0913218499. 214 pages, pictorial wrappers, very good. Second printing. The American Dust Series; No. 4. "1948: The northern dairyland of Vermont was isolated from America by a range of great mountains on the south, riverwater on the east, a vast lake on the west-and a dark New England soul everywhere. Yet it was America, in transition after a world holocaust, from horse to engine, and from its righteous rightness to a transcending cultural guilt. Dark Other Adam Dreaming, a semi-autobiographical novel, tells the story of a farm boy's struggle with his peers, with the wild land all about him, and with ancient archetypes and modern family ghosts." Fulton was the publisher of Dustbooks and the editor of the Small Press Review and the International Directory of Little Magazines and Small Presses. From the New York Times Book Review: "Develops a fine counterpoint between the rough country environment and the even rougher business of growing up."
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