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By: Morris, Willie
Publisher: New York: Random House, (1995).: (1995).
Seller ID: 32201
Condition: Very good
New York: Random House, (1995).. (1995).. Very good. - Octavo, cloth-backed boards in a dust wrapper. There are 2 price- stickers mounted over the printed price on the front flap of the dust jacket. Half-title, title, [3 ] leaves, 122 &  page plus colophon. Black-and-white head-pieces & textual illustrations by Mikhail Ivenitsky. Near fine. First edition. Dust jacket present. First Edition. View more info
By: Morris, Willie.
Publisher: Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1983.: 1983.
Seller ID: 94718
- Octavo, tan boards backed with black cloth in a price-clipped dust wrapper. The cloth & a tiny area of the front cover are rubbed & there is some discoloration to the rear cover. The dust jacket is lightly soiled & chipped with the edges of its rear flap & rear panel darkened. 452 pages. A previous owner's name & date are penned on the front endpaper. Good. First edition. Willie Morris revisits the Deep South to write about the small town of Philadelphia, Mississippi and its favorite son, a black high-school football player named Marcus Dupree. Dust jacket present. First Edition. View more info