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The Manor

by Singer, Isaac Bashevis

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  • Hardcover
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New York, New York, USA: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1967. BU4 - A tight, clean, sound copy in red cloth covered boards with gold lettering and a graphic on the front and gold and black lettering and graphics on the spine with minor overall shelf wear plus there is some yellowing on the top outside paper edges. The dust jacket is in good+ condition with minor overall shelf wear mainly in the form of some light edge wear and chipping mainly around the spine top and bottom edges plus the front endflap is clipped plus there are book store price stamps on the front endflap plus there is some light yellowing overall plus there is a small (about 0.25") closed tear on the front top edge near the right corner. A novel about Poland from the late 1860s and on. A Polish count takes part in an unsuccessful revolt against Russia. His lands are confiscated and leased to a pious Jew who made his living as a grain merchant. This merchant recognizes that the times are changing as Poland begins leaving the Middle Ages behind, building railroads, highways and modern cities. The sale of timber off the land he leases forms the basis for his accumulation of a fortune. Unfortunately, the Merchant's inate conservatism makes him suspicious of the new revolutionary ideas that also begin to surface in Poland. The author is a winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature. By the author of "The Certificate," "A Crown of Feathers," "A Day of Pleasure," "The Family Moskat," "A Friend of Kafka and Other Stories," "Gimpel the Fool and Other Stories," "The Golem," "Image and Other Stories," "In My Father's Court," "The King of the Fields," "Meshugah," "The Penitent," "Satan in Goray," "Shosha," and "The Slave." 442p.. Hard Cover. Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Book Club (BCE/BOMC).


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The Manor
Singer, Isaac Bashevis
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Farrar, Straus & Giroux
Place of Publication
New York, New York, USA
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Literature Literary Fiction European Author European Authors Nobel Prize Winner Nobel Prize Winners
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Fiction: Historical; Literature / Translations; Literature / Nobel Prize Authors;
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

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