New York: Mcdowell, Obolensky, 1957.
First Edition. Hardcover. VG/VG. Item #18
It is generally considered one of the best-written works of modern American literature. The novel begins on the eve of Jay Follet’s death and ends with his funeral. Within this concentrated story, however, several interwoven sections take the reader into the memories of young Rufus, Jay’s son, and thus into a wider expanse of time. ; 339 pages; Edgewear to dustwrapper including some fraying and creasing especially along the head and foot spine. Pulitzer prize winner 1958. "walking" on page (80) . ; Listed as Time Magazine's top 100 American Novel's.