New York. 1966. George Braziller. 1st American Printing. Very Good In Slightly Worn Dustjacket. hardcover. keywords: 41903. inventory # 13200. FROM THE PUBLISHER-This extraordinary work is perhaps less a novel than a prose-poem. It reflects a vision of human solidarity within the nightmare of contemporary events as it recounts 24 hours in the life of a Spanish inhabitant of the Algerian Section in Paris.
Fine in New jacket. First printing. 148 pp. A fine copy in a clean, priced dust jacket with a few tiny tears to the rear panel. Translated from the Spanish by Lysander Kemp. Described on the jacket as "a vision of human solidarity within the nightmare of contemporary events, " this novel follows twenty-four hours in the life of a destitute Spanish inhabitant of the Algerian sector of Paris.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. First edition. Very good or better in a Very good plus dustwrapper. Book and dustwrapper lightly rubbed at spine ends and corners, book foredges lightly soiled, dustwrapper lightly worn and soiled. 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.
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