(NY): HarperCollins. (1992). Dillard's own copy of the limited edition of her first novel, set in the Pacific Northwest of the 19th century. After six genre-challenging books, this was Dillard's first attempt to write what she called "an old-fashioned novel." In addition to the trade edition, her publisher issued a deluxe, slipcased, signed limited edition of 326 copies. Dillard's copy is Copy D of 26 lettered copies reserved for private distribution and is signed by the author. Dillard's bookplate on the verso of the front flyleaf; fine in a fine slipcase. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine. (Inventory #: 032720)
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