New York: New American Library, 1966. Hard Cover. near Very Good binding / Very Good dust jacket. Item #4206
Octavo. , 568,  pp. First edition. Yellow cloth with title stamped in blue on the spine; stains from tape where the jacket was once taped to the boards; discoloration and scuffing to the front free endpaper with name in ink at the top; no indication that this was a library copy, but the markings suggest it may have been a lending library copy; otherwise clean throughout and in Very Good or better condition; dust jacket is crisp and helps this copy present very well; price intact on the front flap. Ozick is an award winning novelist and short story writer. David Foster Wallace ranked her with Cormac McCarthy and Don DeLillo “as pretty much the country's best living fiction writers.” A presentable copy of Ozick's first novel. Uncommon.