Intruder in the Dust

New York: Random House, 1948. First edition. Owner name, some rubbing to the spine lettering, a very good copy in near very good dustwrapper with a stain on the rear panel, some tanning to the spine, and a modest chip to the edge of the crown. A novel about murder and the mass mind, the popularity of which was instrumental in gaining Faulkner the Nobel Prize. Basis for the 1949 Clarence Brown film. Despite a lack of stars, this was considered one of the most powerful films about racial prejudice ever made. *Haycraft-Queen Cornerstone*. Hardcover (Item ID: 67098)


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