New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1967. 1st Thus. Hardcover. Octavo in blue DJ, 339 pages, 22 cm. Extremely mild rubbing to top corners, exceedingly gentle rubbing to rear corners, light soiling to fore-edge, extremely mild rubbing and faint sunning to spine head and foot, less than quarter inch tear to rear DJ-top edge, few tiny tears to DJ spine head and foot, faint soiling and fading to DJ, light sunning to DJ spine, else Very Good(+) in Very Good DJ. Item #91960
DJ protected in archival mylar sleeve. || On a sultry summer night in 1915, Jay Follet leaves his house in Knoxville, Tennessee, to tend to his father, whom he believes is dying. The summons turns out to be a false alarm, but on his way back to his family, Jay has a car accident and is killed instantly. Dancing back and forth in time and braiding the viewpoints of Jay's wife, brother, and young son, Rufus, Agee creates an overwhelmingly powerful novel of innocence, tenderness and loss that should be read aloud for the sheer music of its prose. Traffic accident victims -- Family relationships -- Fiction.
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