Very Good. No Jacket. Size: 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall; Coffee House Press Trade Paperback Very Good. Illustrated cover with white and black lettering on cover and spine. Solid, tight binding, unmarked, uncreased. A portrait of personal and artistic awakening in midcentury New York's Arabic-speaking Sephardic community. Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 2005. First Edition (stated), First Printing. 6" x 9" tall; 252 pages.
Octavo, softcover, prevous owner's name on cover else near fine in green pictorial wraps. 252 pp. A Jewish immigration story seldom told; details of assimilation struggle including Marshall's discovery of the library and the power of literature, science, and radical politics. A great memoir.
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