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The Cider House Rules

Irving, John

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ISBN 10: 068803036X / ISBN 13: 9780688030360
Published by William Morrow, Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., 1985
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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Signed by Author 068803036X Publisher's Presentation Copy. Signed by author of first free end page. One of a small number of signed presentation copies from the publisher, issued with the tissue dust wrapper and not the regular jacket. Darkening to dust wrapper spine (mild). Spine slightly faded. Boards, endpages and gilt/lettering are all pristine. Pages are clean, having no markings or folds. No remainder mark. Not ex-lib. Bookseller Inventory # 000889

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Title: The Cider House Rules

Publisher: William Morrow, Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 1985

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good Plus

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First Edition.

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Synopsis:

"John Irving's best novel . . . He is among the very best storytellers." - Philadelphia Inquirer From one of America's most beloved and respected writers comes the classic story of Homer Wells, an orphan, and Wilbur Larch, a doctor without children of his own, who develop an extraordinary bond with one another.   "Entertaining and affecting . . . A truly astounding amount of artistry and ingenuity." - San Diego Union "Witty, tenderhearted, fervent, and scarifying." - New York Times Book Review

From the Publisher:

How can anyone not love a book that simultaneously tells a deeply moving and compelling story AND explore the abortion debate with humor and evenhandedness? John Irving is my favorite author and while A PRAYER FOR OWEN MEANY is my favorite Irving title, THE CIDER HOUSE RULES is right up there. I love how deeply Irving knows these characters and how gradually he reveals their quirks and idiosyncracies. He knows and loves them so much, the reader can't help but love the ether-imbibing Dr. Larch and his surrogate son, the orphan Homer Wells. Irving is a consummate storyteller.

M. Coolman
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