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Marilyn, a Biography

by Mailer, Norman

Condition: Almost Fine/Almost Fine


New York, New York, U.S.A.: Grosset & Dunlap, 1969 Book has very light touch of spotty soil on page edge on Title Page, slightest touch of shelf slant on bottom edge. DJ is price-clipped, light crease top edge of spine, bit of soil on rear fore-edge of DJ at fold. 271pp. Photo illus. in color & B&W by "World Famous" photographers, (Arnold,Auedon, Beaton, Haas, Shaw, et al). Signed and dated by Mailer on Title Page. Nice copy!. By Author. First Edition. Cloth. Almost Fine/Almost Fine. Illus. by Photo Illus in Color & B&W. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Movies.




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