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    Bernard Malamud. The Natural. New York: [1952]. First edition, leaf with the author's signature inserted.

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    Bernard Malamud. The Natural. New York: Harcourt, Brace, and Company, [1952]. First edition; a leaf with the author's signature inserted. Octavo. 237, [3, blank] pages. Publisher's dark blue cloth, spine lettered in gilt; in the original dust jacket. Spine a bit toned; some rubbing and mild soiling to binding, slightly skewed. Jacket spine slightly sunned; some edgewear and a few creased tears and chips; some light thumbsoiling to rear panel; price-clipped. Very good. Housed in custom-build green leather clamshell case with embossed front board, and gilt-lettered spine (some rubbing).

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    March, 2019
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