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Editorial: The Franklin Library., Franklin Center, Pa.:
Año de publicación: 1985
"Kurt Vonnegut, whose wry philosophies have won him repeated bestseller status, once commented that 'man is too hilariously stupid to survive'. Evidently nothing has changed his mind since this chilling forecast, as you will see when you read Galapagos" The story is told in the year 1,001, 986, and is the recollection of the ghost of one Leon Trout who was killed in 1986 by being accidently decapitated while working as a welder on a ship going for a nature cruise in the Galapagos. Former owner's tasteful, circular embossed seal on the signature page, hard to see. Except as noted Fine. Frontis. color painting reproduction by Anita Kunz. 295 pages. Bound in full blue/green leather, with elaborate gilt-stamped decorations on the front and back covers. Four raised bands on the spine with gilt decorations in four of the spine panels and gilt-stamped titling in the others. Marbled end papers and a bound-in silk book mark. All edges are gilt. Franklin Library's Signed "First" Edition. Signed by Vonnegut on the front blank end paper. N° de ref. de la librería 16846
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