Acceptable in Very Good jacket. First Edition. First printing. Matches all points on WikiEdition. Front endpaper removed, and half-title cut 2/3 the way up. Ex-library with stamp on title page and withdrawn stamp on rear endpaper. No pocket, and the DJ is unmarked, clean, with minor edgewear. Soiling to foredges. Priced as a reading copy with a collectible dust jacket.
Very Good jacket. First Edition. Stated first edition. In near fine condition. Jacket has been protected by a mylar cover. NO chipping, NO price clip, and NO fading! Blue and yellow boards. Slight shelf wear along edges of boards. Pages/boards/jacket are clean and vibrant, binding is tight. Very Clean Copy-Over 500, 000 Internet Orders Filled.
Very fine in very fine price-clipped dj. First Edition. A Novel. Signed by Cunningham on the title-page. First printing with full number line. First book, a warm, satirical look at a Southern California family in the 1980's. Cunningham-who won both a Pulitzer Prize and P.E.N. Faulkner Award for THE HOURS-often does not acknowledge this book, leading some to assume that A HOME AT THE END OF THE WORLD was his first book. Therefore somewhat uncommon signed. 8vo boards & cloth.
N/A. Good in Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. First Edition, First Printing. Light water stain to bottom foredge. Minor yellowing to spine of jacket. 1" diameter hole in fold in front jacket flap with a gash in cloth underneath.
Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 8vo. 0517552795. A first printing of the first edition, remainder mark to top page block, else Fine in slightly tanned dust-jacket, signed, inscribed and dated "October, 25 2000" by author Michael Cunningham directly on the title page; Cunningham's rather uncommon first book, following David Stark, who is crossing the boundary from youth to manhood in spring. David's passage captures, for one golden moment, a time (the 1980s), a place (Southern California), and a way of seeing the world that exemplifies America itself, as it is now, as it is changing, and as it will become; Remainder; [x], 241,  pages; Signed by Author.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Previous owner's bookplate affixed to front pastedown (behind the flap of the dust jacket). The First edition of the author's first book. A crisp, clean copy of the first edition of the author's scarce first book (that he occasionally disavows). Cunningham is the author of the prize-winning book, The Hours.
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