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Gravity's Rainbow
(n.p.), (n.p.), (n.d.). A Taiwan piracy of Pynchon's landmark third novel, winner of the National Book Award as well as the William Dean Howells Medal for the best work of fiction by an American over a five-year span. Gravity's Rainbow became the benchmark for postmodern American fiction upon publication and secured its mysterious and reclusive author's place in the postwar American literary pantheon. Bookplate of Ray Roberts on front pastedown; Tapei book store label on rear flyleaf. Offsetting to endpages; a near fine copy in a good, spine-sunned dust jacket with several edge chips and one long tear at the upper rear spine fold. [#028515] SOLD

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