Book Title: Dubin's LivesAuthor: Bernard MalamudIllustrator: Mark BellerosePublisher: The Franklin Library, PAPart of the First Edition Society seriesDate: 1979Green leather binding with gilt design
Description: Dubin's Lives is the 7th novel by Bernard Malamud, an American novelist and short story writer considered one of the best known American Jewish authors of the 20th century. The title character in Dubin's Lives is a biographer working on a life of D. H. Lawrence.
Book Title: The Ghost WriterAuthor: Philip RothIllustrator: Robert HeindelPublisher: The Franklin Library, PAPart of the First Edition Society seriesDate: 1979Red leather binding with gilt design
Philip Roth is an American novelist whose fictional works are known for their intensely autobiographical character, blurring the line between fiction and reality. The Ghost Writer is the first book in the Zuckerman Bound trilogy and addresses themes such as identity, and the condition of Jews in America.
Book Title: The Life I Really LivedAuthor: Mary Jessamyn WestIllustrator: Will HarmuthPublisher: The Franklin Library, PADate: 1979Part of the First Edition Society seriesRed leather binding with gilt design
Mary Jessamyn West was an American author of short stories and novels born in 1902 in Indiana. Her stories, although shaped by her imagination, are loosely based on tales told to her by her mother and grandmother of their life in rural Indiana.
Book Title: RecapitulationAuthor: Wallace StegnerIllustrator: Walter RanePublisher: The Franklin Library, PADate: 1979Part of the First Edition Society seriesRed/orange leather binding with gilt design
Wallace Earle Stegner was an American novelist, short story writer, environmentalist, and historian born in 1909. He is nicknamed "The Dean of Western Writers". In his novel Recapitulation, Stegner explores how life can be shaped by experiences seemingly remote and inconsequential.
Book Title: Two by O'Hara, The Man Who Could Not Lose and Far From HeavenAuthor: John O'HaraIllustrator: John CollierPublisher: The Franklin Library, PADate: 1979Part of the First Society Edition seriesNavy leather binding with gilt design
John O'Hara was an American author born in 1905 known for his short stories and novels. As a keen observer of social status and class differences, O'Hara frequently wrote about socially ambitious people.
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