NY: Atheneum, 1974. First edition, first prnt. Association Copy. Inscribed by Buechner on the title page. "-for Burt Britton, in hope that someday the porcus Dei will drop into his hand (?) too his true and secret (?) -Frederick Buechner 3 Sept. 1974." Small rub spot on the bottom edge; dustjacket with beginning extremity toning on the rear panel and just-touched spine topedge corner. Tight, bright copy in Near Fine condition in a Very Good dustjacket with an archival cover. Burt Britton operated NYC's Books and Company bookstore and was the author of "Self-Portraits: Book People Picture Themselves," compiled from his collection of impromptu self-caricatures he sought by writers, many done at readings in his shop. Third volume in Buechner's Leo Bebb series.. Inscribed & Dated by Author. First Edition. Hardcovers. Association Copy.
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