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by Naughton, Bill

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Canterbury, Kent, United Kingdom
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Macgibbon and Kee. First edition and first print published by Macgibbon & Kee in 1966. This is a near fine copy. The wrapper is usually prone to creases and wear. This wrapper has only minor and occasional creases to the panels and spine. The text block is free from foxing as are the pages. There is no foxing or spotting and no ink except for an inscription from the author, dated in the year of publication and also on the title page where he has signed his name. Overall a near fine copy.  Alfie tells the story of a young womanising man who leads a self-centred life, purely for his own enjoyment, until events force him to question his uncaring behaviour, his loneliness and his priorities. A film starring Michael Caine was released later on in 1966 to much acclaim. A rare title to find in such nice condition and signed by the author.  . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1966.
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