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North. Translated by Ralph Manheim.
by Celine, Louis-Ferdinand.

Publisher Information:
Delacorte Press, New York: 1972.

A Fine copy in a Near Fine, price-clipped dust jacket. Today, Celine is still considered one of France's most controversial writers denounced as a charlatan, a racist and a Nazi sympathizer. "North" is considered one of Celine's major novels, a work that takes place in a strange encampment filled with conscientious objectors, Berlin whores, a family of nobles and refugees waiting for the Allies to free them. It is the second published part, although chronologically the first, in a trilogy about these experiences. It was preceded by Castle to Castle, and followed by Rigadoon. North was the last book CÚline published during his lifetime.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 26206

Price: $175.00

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