New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1974. Hardcover First Edition
First printing. Her rather uncommon fifth novel - one of my favorites among her books, a sad and penetrating look at the inability of people to connect. Jeremy Pauling is one of the most unusual protaganists in fiction, and Tyler's portrayal of him is masterful. Although there are no library stamps, this book shows signs of a pocket or bookplate being removed from the front endpaper, as well as evidence of much reading - so good only in a very good, unmarked dustjacket (some fading to the back of the dj.) .ISBN # 0-394-49038x
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