New York; (1963): Farrar, Strauss, and Co. First Edition. Octavo. First printing, 151(1)pp. illustrated with drawings by James Spanfeller. This is the story of a sickly little kid with rheumatic heart and many other ailments. This is the story of Ti Jean Duluoz and the first four years as he describes the short tragic-happy life of his brother Gerard. Visions of Gerard is about childhood, but it is not a book for children. Bound in pink patterned paper covered boards backed in black cloth, spine lettering gilt, minute wear to corners, a near fine copy in clipped pictorial dust jacket with some toning to front panel.
(Inventory #: 021685)
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