Oh the Glory of It All
NY, Penguin, 2005. A well-received coming of age memoir by an editor of McSweeney's Quarterly, who grew up in a super-rich, socially elite family in San Francisco and then traveled the world with his mother after his parents' divorce having a range of experiences of the sort only available to the upper echelon of society, and largely unintelligible to the young boy. Inscribed by the author. Fine in a near fine dust jacket rubbed at the edges and the folds. [#032682] SOLD

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