Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. First novel by the playwright, author of Picnic, and The Dark at the Top of the Stairs. First U.K. edition, slight lean, light dusting to top edge, otherwise Near Fine in like dustjacket with a small pencil mark at top corner of front flap.
Wendell Minor (jacket design) Good in Good jacket. Slight bowing of rear board, light soiling lower edges of boards and spine ends, and dust soiling upper edge of text block. No prev. owner name. DJ slightly darkened, and slight rub at corners and ends of spine panel. DJ in plastic cover with price corner intact. Author's first novel.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. London: Andre Deutsch, 1971. First British edition. By the author of Bus Stop and screenwriter for Splendor in the Grass. Silver grey boards with silver gilt spine lettering, 169 pages, includes dustjacket. The book is in very good condition, with very slightly rubbed extreme spine ends, sound text block, good hinges, clean pages free from any markings. The mylar protected dustjacket is not priceclipped and is also in very good condition. First U.K. Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall.
Inge, William., Little, Brown & Co., 'An Atlantic Monthly Press Book', nd, c1970, 1st Edition, cloth, vg w/slightly chipped dj, 179 pps, 8vo, '...his first novel and will take its place as one of his most memorable achievements...'
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