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COME ALONG WITH ME: Part of a Novel, Sixteen Stories, and Three Lectures by  Shirley Jackson - First Edition - (1968) - from Quill & Brush and Biblio.com

COME ALONG WITH ME: Part of a Novel, Sixteen Stories, and Three Lectures

by Jackson, Shirley

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New York: Viking Press, (1968). First edition. Posthumous collection edited by her husband, Stanley Edgar Hyman. From the collection of sports writer Paul "Dr. Z" Zimmerman with his penciled notations on rear endpaper and contents page and corresponding passages lightly marked in pencil in margins. Page edges moderately foxed otherwise fine. In very good to near fine dust jacket with light soiling, touch of rubbing and few tiny tears.

Shirley Jackson (1919–1965), a celebrated writer of horror, wrote many stories as well as six novels and two works of nonfiction.




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