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A DEATH IN THE FAMILY.
New York: McDowell, Obolensky, (1957). First edition. Posthumously published Pulitzer Prize winner. First issue with "Walking" (vs. "Waking") first word p.80, title page lettered in blue, and gray top-edge stain, as called for. Autobiographical novel set in Knoxville, Tennessee, begun by Agee in 1948 but still not quite complete when..... Item #53980 More
LET US NOW PRAISE FAMOUS MEN: Three Tenant Families.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1941. First edition. Illustrated with 31 haunting black-and-white photographs by Evans. “...a violent and beautiful book; a supremely moving picture of one stratum of American life and of the effect of this life on two sensitive observers.”—from the dust jacket flap. 8vo silver-stamped black cloth boards; 471..... Item #72066 More