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    Philip Roth. Goodbye, Columbus. And Five Short Stories. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1959. First edition. Octavo (7.9375 x 5.375 inches; 202 x 137 mm.). [x], 298, [4, blank] pages. Publisher's smooth black cloth, spine lettered in white and yellow; in original dust jacket. Spine ends and corners lightly worn; bottom edges rubbed. Faint offsetting to endpapers. Spine panel dulled, as often seen; spine ends lightly worn with a couple nicks; rear spine fold worn and starting to split at the upper edge; flap folds lightly worn and faintly toned; price-clipped. Near fine in a very good dust jacket, housed in a custom clamshell case. Winner of the National Book Award.

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    March, 2018
    7th Wednesday
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