Published by Grove, New York, 1963
First Edition Signed
Cover Design by Roy Kuhlman (illustrator). First printing, stated, of Fanon's most enduring and impactful work, translated from the original French by Constance Farrington and with a preface by Jean-Paul Sartre. From the library of Doris Funnye Innis, with her ownership inscription to the front free end paper in green pen. Doris Innis was an influential Civil Rights activist and editor, most notably heading up the Congress Of Racial Equality (CORE) out of Harlem with her husband, Roy Innis, for many years. About Very Good with touch of fray to corners and spine ends, soiled text block, scattered instances of dog-earing to pages. Good or better jacket, unclipped, lightly rbbed and soiled with consistent edgewear including creasing, shallow chipping, small tears. Hardcover [octavo] in illustrated dust jacket. Gray boards with silver lettering to spine First Printing, stated, of the First American Edition.