Lancelot [Signed]. Walker Percy.
Lancelot [Signed]
Lancelot [Signed]
Lancelot [Signed]
Lancelot [Signed]

Lancelot [Signed]

New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1977. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. A Fine copy of the first Book-of-the-Month Club edition in a Fine dust jacket with the lettering remaining unusually bright, SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY WALKER PERCY on the front free endpaper; Walker Percy's fourth novel, a work centered Lancelot Lamar, a lawyer who is placed in a mental institution after murdering his wife once he discovers that another man fathered his wife's youngest daughter. The novel is told through Lancelot Lemar's thoughts and monologues on his disturbing past, making him an unreliable narrator. A sheet promoting the 1978 Ferdinand Phinizy Lectures and Percy's attendance there is loosely laid in. [The Phinizy Lecture Series is the University of Georgia's most distinguished lecture series in the humanities. Phinizy was an 1838 graduate of the University of Georgia and became a ] Signed copies are scarce, whether or not issued by the Book Club. A Fine copy, SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY WALKER PERCY. QUITE SCARCE INDEED. Fine / fine. Item #834

Price: $75.00

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