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Very Good/Very Good (edge-worn) D.J. 089255035x 262 PAGE COLLECTION OF THE SHORT STORIES OF ANZIA YEZIERSKA, a writer from the 1920s and 1930s well-known for her vivd portrayal of Jewish immigrant life. Stories selected and with an introduction by Alice Kessler-Harris, with an afterword by the author's daughter Louise Levitas Henriksen. A Very Good Hard Cover, has former owner's inscription inside front, otherwise a solid and clean volume in dust jacket, in a Very Good (edge-worn) D.J., which is Now Protected By a Mylar Wrapper.
First Edition, First Printing 1979 of this collection of fiction and memoir, Jewish women immigrant life, Lower East Side, New York City. --Hardcover. Condition: very good (owner name) in very good dust jacket. ISBN 089255035X.
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