Book Description

First edition; inscribed by author on half-title. Striking un-priceclipped ($32.50) dust jacket. "Alias Grace is a work of fiction, although it is based on reality. Its central figure, Grace Marks, was one of the most notorious Canadian women of the 1840s, having been convicted of murder at the age of sixteen." (cf. Author's Afterword).
Dealer Notes
Atwood is the 2000 winner of the Booker Prize for "The Blind Assassin" and the 2019 joint winner for "The Testaments". Alias Grace is her ninth novel.
Author Margaret Atwood
Date 1996
Binding Publisher's original beige boards.
Publisher Toronto: M & S. [i.e., McClelland & Stewart]
Condition Fine copy
Pages 470

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