New York: The Dial Press, 1968. First Edition. Octavo. First printing. 484(1)pp. The life story of Leo Proudhammer, a black American actor at the peak of his career. The story of a man who realizes he may be required not merely to survive history but to change it. Bound in white cloth, spine lettering brown, stain near base of spine. A very good copy in unclipped dust jacket with tiny closed edge tear and toning to spine.
(Inventory #: 021700)
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