New York; (1971): Simon & Schuster. First Edition. Octavo. Review copy with review slip and an invitation to the Academy of American Poets laid in.. The author's first novel. A memoir dealing mostly with the years 1956-1960 written from the vantage of the present-its author is a self-antiqued thirty-three, a juncture when literary souls always turn around and look backward. Here is the story of Swanson, a man with a heart, a libido, and an appetite as vast as the rugged country he was born in. Bound in white cloth lettered in black, spine lettering black, in unclipped clean bright dust jacket.
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