The Novelist at the Crossroads and Other Essays on Fiction and Criticism

London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, [1971]. First edition. Hardcover. xi, 297 pages. A sharp copy of the first printing. Hardcover, in fine condition with a very good jacket. Bound in dark blue cloth with gilt lettering on the spine, in a blue, orange and white jacket. Quite an attractive copy, with mild soiling to the white rear panel of the jacket but otherwise without flaws. Essay topics include but are not limited to Graham Greene, Muriel Spark, "Chesterbelloc and the Jews," William Burroughs, Samuel Beckett, Ernest Hemingway and his "Clean, Well-Lighted, Puzzling Place," H. G. Wells and John Updike. Jacket enclosed in a clear, archival-quality, removable protective cover. Item #859
ISBN: 0710070632

Price: $165.00

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