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London: Neville Spearman, (1955). First UK edition of the author's first book. One of the best and strongest southern writers, in our opinion. Endpapers a trifle dark and about an inch of an offset line on half title page, otherwise fine in an unchipped dust jacket showing a little age and a few tiny soiled spots but very bright and nice with the barest wear on corners and spine ends.
Wise Blood was the first novel written by U.S. Southern author Flannery O'Connor.
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- half title
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