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Traveling Through the Dark

by Stafford, William

Condition: Fine/Fine


Harper & Row, 1962. (National Book Award Prize Winner) Smaller, thinner book, green cloth decorated with black illustrations of shrubbery on front, spine and back. 94 pages. Pencil writing on reverse of final end paper erased. DJ heavy paper beneath mylar, same color and illustrations as book, sticker for "National Book Award Prize Winner" at top front right, black spine and nearby sides with praise from Louis Simpson. DJ has very light wear to spine edges, pencil writing on final end paper, Fine+DJ/Very Fine book.. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.



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