Berkeley, CA: Quinto Sol, 1972. First edition. Hardcover. Good/good. Ex-library with fewer markings than is usual. First printing, in second state jacket. 248 pp. Octavo [23.5 cm] in black cloth. Rubbing and rippling to jacket, small dampstain to jacket spine; remnant of library label on spine at foot, with small nick in cloth where removal was attempted; scattering of small, light stains to front board; pale library stamp to textblock edge at top and foot, a few light smudges to two pages, else interior is clean and tight. Signed by Anaya on title page.This classic of Chicano literature tells the story of a young man's coming-of-age in a small New Mexico town. The first edition was published simultaneously in hardcover and paperback, with the same price ($3.75) mistakenly printed on both formats. New jackets were printed when the error was discovered, with a $6.75 cover price. The second-state jacket is also about 1/4" shorter than the book itself. (Inventory #: 48865)
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