Good. Highlighting/underlining. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. Northeastern Library of Black Literature. Audience: General/trade. Near VG copy but contains underlining and margin notes. Markings are not overly obtrusive and all text is easily readable. Book is otherwise nicely clean and tight with light wear and minor crease on back cover.
F/G+ D.J. HAS A COUPLE OF 3/8" DEEP X 1/2" WIDE CHIPS WITH ASSOCIATED CREASING AT THE BOTTOM OF THE FRONT PANEL, A NUMBER OF SHORT EDGE TEARS, WEAR TO THE CORNERS AND SPINE-ENDS, AND SOME RUBBING OF THE SPINE PANEL. DESPITE NOTED FLAWS A PRESENTABLE COPY.
Cloth & boards. Upper outer corner of front free endpaper has small red pencil marks and is a bit skinned from a removed sticker; bit of sunning to red top page edges; nearly fine otherwise. Dust jacket has some tanning and rubbing; creases and small closed puncture s to spine; good, but still respectable in appearance, no chips or clips. African-American author's second novel, autobiographical.
Fine in Very Good jacket. First edition. Corners slightly bumped else fine in very good plus dustwrapper with a modest chip on the rear panel and some tiny nicks. Author's second book, an autobiographical novel.
Very Good in J Very Good- jacket. New York: Pantheon. 1965. F First Edition. H Hard Cover. Very Good. VG/VG-in DJ (sm chips/tape repair to DJ; prev owner's inscr). 8vo with DJ , 244pp Author's second book, somewhat autobiographical novel of a Black American expatriate writer in Rome.
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