Franklin Center: Franklin Library. 1987. The limited edition of his huge bestselling novel of New York, in which Wolfe tried to prove wrong his own dictum that fiction is dead because it can't live up to the weirdness of everyday life. Leatherbound, all edges gilt, with a ribbon marker bound in. Signed by the author and with a special introduction by him for this edition. Fine. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine. (Inventory #: 032841)
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