Random House, 1952. Second printing of the first edition. Hardcover. Octavo in black DJ, 439 pages ; 22 cm. Extremely mild rubbing to spine head and foot, extremely gently bumped top corners, light wear-mark to fore-edge, extremely mild rubbing to rear corners, faint glue/paper residue to front free endpaper, very light soiling to DJ, very small tear to DJ spine head, very gentle rubbing to DJ spine head and foot, else Very Good(+) in Very Good DJ. Item #88890
Racism -- United States -- Fiction. || A Black man's search for success and the American dream leads him out of college to Harlem and a growing sense of personal rejection and social invisibility. || DJ protected in archival mylar sleeve. Stunnign jacket design.
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