Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
ISBN. Mass Market Paperback First Crest Books Printing from 1963 as stated on the copyright page. Tight sound copy with average wear overall, but pretty much a tight sound reading copy only due to heavy browning and some waterstaining to the interior pages. Leo and Dianne Dillon cover art.
Very Good in Good jacket. First British edition in hardcover with dust jacket. Tiny bumps to bottom corners. Jacket has large sticker scuff on front panel, some tears and chips, soiling. Very Good/Good.
Very Good+ Green Paperback covers with black titles to the front cover and spine. In Very Good++ condition, a solid binding with a bright, unmarked interior. Very light spine end bumping with deckled edges. Protected by a clear tissue covering. Edition 1 of 2850 numbered copies on alfa (# 568).; Les Cahiers Verts; Vol. 60; 12mo 7"-7½" tall; 285 pages; Box 15.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Second edition. Very good or better in very good dustwrapper. Hardcover is rubbed and soiled at spine ends and corners. Dustwrapper rubbed and chipped at spine ends and corners, soiled and worn. Please Note: This book has been transferred to Between the Covers from another database and might not be described to our usual standards. Please inquire for more detailed condition information.
VG+ in VG-/light Faults jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. This is a Spanish language edition translated by Leon Mirlas. 302 pages. Some normal age-toning to paper. A risque dust jacket showing a nude girl-obscured somewhat by a bush with a man in a hunting gentleman's outfit looking on. The story makes one think that Castaneda had read this author before he bacame famous....? ? ! ! Attractive dj.
Fine in Near Fine jacket. First English edition. Translated by Rita Barisse. A trifle foxed, else fine in near fine dustwrapper with some erosion along the edge of the rear flap fold. Kafkaesque novel of a naked, beautiful but mentally incapacitated woman apparently raised by foxes, and who acts like a dog. When she turns up in the hedgerow of an isolated and bookish bachelor it gives new meaning to the phrase "fetching vixen."
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