The Cement Garden
by McEwan, Ian
- near fine
- Near Fine/Near Fine
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About This Item
Original green cloth with lettering to spine in gilt. Some foxing to top edge and a few small spots to fore-edge, near fine otherwise and free from names and inscriptions.
The original and unclipped dust jacket is in excellent condition with some fading to spine panel, but otherwise without flaws. A near fine copy.
Ian McEwan has written two collections of stories, as well as many novels and screenplays. He won the 1998 Booker Prize for Amsterdam , and was shortlisted for the 2001 Booker Prize for Atonement .
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- Fine Book Cellar Limited ABA ILAB PBFA (GB)
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- The Cement Garden
- McEwan, Ian
- Book condition
- second hand - Near Fine
- Jacket condition
- Near Fine
- Quantity available
- Jonathan Cape
- Date Published
- McEwan, The Cement Garden, First, Signed
- Bookseller catalogs
- Modern First Editions; Signed First Editions; Ian McEwan;
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