Fair. We ship the same or next business day and provide a tracking number with tracking info. More wear than a good book but still very usable, accessories or attachments may not be included, we use stock photos for our listing so actual book may have different cover. Intact and readable copy, heavy wear could include highlighting, writing/markings, fold & creases and water damage. Photo is a catalog image cover may be different.
Very Good in VG+ jacket. 039444826X Dust jacket condition: VG+. First American Ed. Private collector's volume number inscribed at front endpaper. Jacket protected by removable Brodart mylar cover. Very nice clean copy. Bahia-home of Dona Flor and Gabriela, land of heroic talkers, daring doers, Lucullan cooks, inexhaustible lovers, beautiful black women, beautiful white women, and mulatas exquisite beyond the praise of poets-is at its most gloriously Bahian, as Jorge Amado plies us with love, food, voodoo, wit and wonder, surrounds us with a cast of hundreds. 380 pages.
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