Miami [First Printing, First Edition]

$75.00

Didion, Joan

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Didion, Joan . Miami [First Printing, First Edition]. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1987. First Edition, First Printing. ISBN: 9780671646646. pp. 238. Tall 8vo. 1/4 black cloth over boards, gilt lettering to the spine. Remarkably well-preserved with extremities in fine condition; contents bright, clean, and unmarked with tight, sound binding; housed in equally near fine unclipped dustjacket, the only flaw being a short black mark over the price on the inner-front flap. Uncommon in commere in such fine condition, and with the complete number line on the copyright page – denoting a true first printing, of the first edition. Hardcover. ”The subject of her new book is the fateful relationship between the Cuban exiles of Miami and the larger body politic of the United States. her book takes place against the glittering background of Miami, with its familiar paster glamour, behind which sprawls a city of old-fashioned Southern racial tension and a long tradition of fast money – a city on the fringe of Latin America, where Spanish is almost the first language and local politics are rapidly becoming those of the Third World, its culture, history and state of mind inextricably mixed over the past 25 years with Cuba’s, only 90 miles away”. (#2251) $75.00