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Sometimes a Great Notion.
by Kesey, Ken.

Publisher Information:
Viking, New York: 1964.

A Near Fine copy in a Near Fine, unclipped 1st issue dust jacket with light edgewear. This is the quintessential Northwest novel in its depiction of the Oregon landscape and it influence on the lives independent loggers who resist the imposition of unions on their lives. Using a variety of voices and multiple points of view, Kesey has created one of the richest story-telling experieinces ever.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 26183

Price: $850.00

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