CHRISTOPHER ISHERWOOD - A SINGLE MAN

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CHRISTOPHER ISHERWOOD - A SINGLE MAN

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US First Edition, First Printing. Published by Simon & Schuster, 1964

Famously adapted into a film by Tom Ford in 2009, Isherwood's classic short novel depicts a single day in 1962 in the life of George, a middle-aged English professor at a Los Angeles university. He finds himself unable to cope with the despondent, bereaved nature of his existence after the sudden death of his partner, Jim. This is the rare first American edition of the book.

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ConditionNear fine. Some yellowing, chipping and scuffing to dust wrapper, particularly at spine. Pages clean and bright with some light spotting to endpapers. Overall an excellent near fine copy.