The Neon Wilderness
by Nelson Algren
- Spine has sun-fading and is slightly worn at top and bottom. Binding inside front cover was separated and has been taped. Smal/N/A
Johnson City, Tennessee
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Garden City, NY, Doubleday & Co, 1947. VG FIRST EDITION in original cloth binding. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author inside front cover. Drawing of cat by author in first title sheet. No DJ.
Recipient of the first National Book Award for The Man with the Golden Arm and lauded by Hemingway as “one of the two best authors in America,” NELSON ALGREN (1909-1981) remains one of our most defiant and enduring novelists. His body of work includes five major novels, two short fiction collections, a book-length poem, and several collections of reportage—one of the most substantial of any American writer.
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- Kenneth McCollum (US)
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- The Neon Wilderness
- Nelson Algren
- Book condition
- Used - Spine has sun-fading and is slightly worn at top and bottom. Binding inside front cover was separated and has been taped. Smal
- Jacket condition
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- Doubleday & Company
- Place of Publication
- Garden City, NY
- Date Published
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