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Book Description

Groundbreaking literary icon Edmund White reflects on his remarkable life in New York in an era when the city was economically devastated but incandescent with art and ideas. White struggles to gain literary recognition, witnesses the rise of the gay rights movement, and has memorable encounters with luminaries from Elizabeth Bishop to William Burroughs, Susan Sontag to Jasper Johns. Recording his ambitions and desires, recalling lovers and literary heroes, White displays the wit, candour, and generosity that have defined his unique voice over the decades.
Dealer Notes
First Edition; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall; Red (gilt) titles spine; Dust Jacket un-clipped; couple of tiny marks to rear of dust-jacket.
Author White, Edmund
Date 2009
Binding Hardcover (Original Black Cloth)
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing, London
Condition Near Fine in Very Good Dust Jacket
Pages 297

Price: £25.00

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