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The Human Comedy by  William Saroyan - Paperback - Rare edition - 1971 - from Judith Books (SKU: biblio371)

The Human Comedy

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The Human Comedy

by Saroyan, William

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  • paperback
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About This Item

The Human Comedy, Saroyan's first novel, is the story of an American family in wartime, and in particular of Homer Macauley, the fastest messenger in San Joaquin Valley. "A Wild, Rich Invention that no sober man can equal...eloqunt." - The New Yorker, 192 pages

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Bookseller
Judith Books IL (IL)
Bookseller Inventory #
biblio371
Title
The Human Comedy
Author
Saroyan, William
Format/binding
4"x 7".
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Quantity available
1
Edition
Rare edition
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Faber & Faber
Place of Publication
UK
Date published
1971

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Judith Books

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Specializing in Art, Religion, Jewish History, Cooking, Judaism, Health & Fitness, Science, Antiques & Collectibles

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