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Man of the House by Stephen McCauley - First Edition. - 1996 - from KingChamp Books and

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Man of the House

by Stephen McCauley

Condition: Good/Very Good

NY: Simon & Schuster, 1996. Ex-Library. Good. Cloth Strip and Boards. First Edition.. 287 pp. Spine slanted. Binding strong. No markings except usual library discard stampings. Mylar protector. Colored endpapers. A bittersweet novel about Clyde, a gay college instructor in Cambridge, Mass., and his growing friendship with Ben, teenage son of a longtime friend. Clyde cautiously attempts to play a fatherly role in Ben's life, with mixed results. Size: 8vo -- 9.5 In.


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