New York; (1971): Simon and Schuster. First Edition. Octavo. First printing. Advance review copy with review slip laid in. 226pp., The story of Vida, the librarian who takes in books in any form and from anyone who wishes to drop one off at the library including children and teenager's works. She becomes involved with an unnamed narrator who lives and works at a library housing only unpublished manuscripts. She later finds she is pregnant. A superb copy bound in orange cloth lettered in black, spine lettering black. A fine sharp cornered copy in nearly fine unclipped pictorial dust jacket with just a hint of wear and sunning to spine.
(Inventory #: 021691)
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