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A Long Way from Home

L. Brook Rare Books

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Product Information

Era:
Contemporary; 1990s
Condition:
Very Good; covers creased. gentle wear.
Materials:
paper/board
Size:
9.25" L x 6.25" W
Color/Finish:
purple

Why We Love This

A Long Way from Home by Connie Briscoe. NY: HarperCollins, 1999. Uncorrected Proof. 368 pp., purple wraps with black lettering. A rare uncorrected proof of the novel. For an enslaved mother, daughter, and grandmother, Montpelier plantation in Virginia is a living hell, and the proprietor, at least initially, is President James Madison. The author is a descendant of the slaves on the Madison family plantation. Covers are lightly creased. Binding sound. Very good condition.
As described by L. Brook Rare Books

About L. Brook Rare Books

I've been a dealer in rare books and art for over 30 years. I spent my early years training and providing animals for films, stage and TV. It was great fun, and evolved into a love for finding rare books and art, with a bias towards things "dog, horse and cat." I look for rarity, condition, and price when deciding which items to offer for sale. Uniqueness and value are what will drive my site—and although my love of animals is obvious, I strive to offer items that are diverse and exciting.