Book Condition: Near Fine
Edition: Limited Signed Edition
Publisher: Franklin Center, PA: Franklin Library, 1979.
Illustrator: Illustrated by Mitchell Hooks
A Nearly Fine Limited Signed edition that has little shelfwear and bears owner James T. Farrell's signature in the front.
Farrell's story about coming-of-age and sexual awakening in the mean streets of 1910s Chicago revealing "his vision of the truth-the truth about people, the truth about writing, the truth about America. " (Arthur Schlesinger, Jr)
This outstanding book is bound in genuine leather and features gilded, sewn in pages and ribbon marker, simply superb quality, Franklin Library at its best; B&W Illustrations; 8vo; [xviii], 238,  pages; Signed by Author.
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