ROLAND CAMBERTON – RAIN ON THE PAVEMENTS

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ROLAND CAMBERTON – RAIN ON THE PAVEMENTS

245.00

Published by John lehmann 1951 UK 1st edition

Exceedingly scarce second, and last, novel by the mysterious, elusive, lost London novelist Roland Camberton, much beloved by Iain Sinclair and odd bedfellow of William Burroughs; the novel is an intimate picture of the childhood, boyhood and youth of a Jewish boy growing up in Hackney in the thirties; beautiful dust wrapper illustration by Soho drinker & artist John Minton, one of his scarcest publications. 

 

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Condition: Very good, some minor loss to dust jacket at the top and base of the spine, and tear on the fold of the jacket at edge of front board. Protected in mylar sleeve