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Native Son

by WRIGHT, Richard

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Hardcover
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Gloucester City, New Jersey
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New York: Harpers, 1940. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. First edition. Fine in fine dust jacket with a couple of tiny tears. A beautiful, fresh copy of the true first edition with none of the seemingly inevitable spine fading. This copy Inscribed by Wright in the year of publication: "To Ray M. Lawless with my best wishes. Sincerely, Richard Wright. 6/29/40. Chicago." Ray M. Lawless was the author of *Folksingers and Folksongs in America* (1960). His archive of manuscripts and photographs on folk music and singers resides at The American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. A superior copy of one of the handful of great classics of 20th Century fiction, with a nice association from the year of publication.
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