New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1948. Octavo. Later printing. 205pp., translated by Dorothy Bussy. This is the story of the rebellion of a ind against the morality of self-sacrifice and the ordinary civilized standards of personal conduct. This is the story of Michel's rebellion. The gradual development of Michel's mind is Gide's theme. Bound in blue cloth, title gilt within a decorative brown frame, spine lettering gilt, some finger soiling to covers, previous owner's bookplate. A very good copy in good dust jacket rubbed, with some chipping to head,
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