Title: AN ISLAND CALLED MOREAU / *** ASSOCIATION ...
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Publication Date: 1981
Signed: Signed by Author(s)
Edition: First Edition.
*** ASSOCIATION COPY ***AN ISLAND CALLED MOREAU, Simon & Schuster, 1980 (with probable publication dated 1981 on the front cover, with no date on the title page, but 1980 on the copyright page which is taken to mean that both this proof and the British edition which precedes this American edition were both published in 1980), first American edition, some light scattered foxing to the page edges, 3 closed angular tears to the spine, else vg+ in wraps. Uncorrected proof. The authors homage to fellow country man H. G. Wells. Formerly fellow science fiction and fantasy author Robert Silverberg's copy with his ownership signature on the f.e.p. and with a formatted typed letter to him SIGNED by the books editor, David Hartwell, laid in. Nice association thus. Bookseller Inventory # 10805
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