THE PARIS REVIEW - ISSUES 1 -69. Truman Capote Philip Roth, Jack Kerouac, Terry Southern.
THE PARIS REVIEW - ISSUES 1 -69
THE PARIS REVIEW - ISSUES 1 -69
THE PARIS REVIEW - ISSUES 1 -69

THE PARIS REVIEW - ISSUES 1 -69

New York: The Paris Review, 1953. 1st Edition. Soft cover. A continuous run issues 1-69, from spring 1953 through spring 1977, of the premiere literary magazine of the US founded by George Plimpton. The first eight issues show the most wear, with spines variously flaked, the most obvious flaws unartful tape repair of the spine of number 1 and the loss of the number 8 on volume 8. Otherwise the bulk of the issues show little, if any, wear or little signs of having been read for that matter, with spines lightly toned form sitting on a NYC bookshelf for decades. The contributors roster is a who's who of whoever put finger to keyboard that landed in the Manhattan literary orbit, but the most famous (and most sought-after) issue is number 20 which was the first appearance of Philip Roth's GOODBYE COLUMBUS, which set Roth off to literary and commercial fame. Very Good. Item #012677

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