PAINTER AMONG POETS: The Collaborative Art of George Schneeman
SIDETRIPPING
POINT-BLANK! ñ Contributions Towards a Situationist Revolution ñ No. 1
THE NOTHING ISSUE (Part One) [Zone #10 / Benzene #10]
MIXED MEDIA - Nos. 1-3 [Complete]; [and] MEAT CITY - No. 1 [of 3]
SOCIETY OF THE SPECTACLE
FUCK YOU: A Magazine of the Arts - Number 5, Vol. 4
KULCHUR - Vol. 2 No. 5 - Spring 1962
EXPERIMENTAL FILMS [...] ANDY WARHOL'S EAT AND THE COMPLETE WORKS OF JUD YALKUT [Flyer]

THE POORHOUSE FAIR

UPDIKE, John

Add 
to Cart
Price: $25.00


New York: Knopf, 1959. First Edition. 8vo. Quarter orange cloth over boards with gilt titles to spine and front cover; publisher's blindstamp to rear. Lacking the dust jacket. Else a very good plus copy, with a bit of soil to top edge, and light toning and soil to endpapers. Text block largely clean throughout, with underlining at two instances. 185pp. (Item ID: 21057)

Updike's first novel, set in the Diamond County Home for the Aged.


More: Modern firstsrss

By This Author: UPDIKE, John
Topic Notification



ABAA ILAB IOBA ABAA ILAB IOBA
Site by Bibliopolis