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Anything we Love can be saved:  A Writer's Activism by  Alice Walker - Signed First Edition - 1997 - from Parrish Books and Biblio.com

Anything we Love can be saved: A Writer's Activism

by Walker, Alice

Condition: Fine/Fine in Archival Plastic Cover


New York: Random House, 1997. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth & Boards. Fine/Fine in Archival Plastic Cover. A handsome First Edition, First Printing signed by the author, the author of "The Color Purple," Alice Walker on the front free endpaper. In fine condition, bound in dark red cloth & boards. In fine condition but for two page corners that have been inadvertently folded but are now flattened. In a beautiful complete dustjacket, protected by a new archival dustjacket. This is the 17th book by the author of "The Color Purple," for which she won the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. This book is nonfiction, describing Walker's life as an activist and her basic belief that the world is savable if only we will act. A beautiful copy.




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