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On Being Blue: A Philosophical Inquiry.
by [Literary Essays] Gass, William.

Publisher Information:
Godine, Boston : 1975.

A Fine tight copy in a Fine unclipped dust jacket. This copy is signed by Gass on the title page.This is one of only 3000 copies of the trade edition. The color blue is the most suitable color of interior life...the one color that moves easily through our various states of feeling. Blue pencils, blue noses, blue movies, laws, and stockings. The dumps, Mondays; the ocean, the sky, and the deep, deep ice. The Whale and the grass in Kentucky. This essay into the "world of blue" is at the heart of Gassís oeuvre.


Edition: First Printing of the First Trade Edition
ISBN: 0879231831
Book Id: 26298

Price: $175.00

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