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Molloy, Tom The Green Line. Complete handwritten manuscript. Around 1976-1980. 300 num. loose din A4 sheets and an exposé divided into calendars in a spiral booklet (37 sheets). In mod. Folio-Lwd.-cassette with gold plated RSchild. The manuscript of the young American author's first work with the story of a young Vietnam veteran. - "Tom Molloy's first novel about the struggle for sanity of Liam Fergus, an Vietnam veteran turned cynical, angry social worker in Boston's black Roxbury neighborhood" (Fanning, The Irish Voice in America, p. 328) - Molloy grew up in Boston as the son of Irish emigrants. - In addition the excellently preserved first edition: Charlestown, Charles River Books, 1982. 4 sheets, 195 p. OPp. with coloured dust jacket. In mod. HLdr. cassette with gold embossed RShild. - Both cassettes each with green stripe on both covers for the Green Line. - Valuable document on modern American literature. Complete manuscript by Tom Molloy. Around 1976-1980. 300 numbered loose leaves and an exposé in spiral booklet. In mod. half cloth box with valid stamped label to spine. - In add.: First edition of the work (Charlestown, Charles River Books, 1982). Orig. cardboard with col. dustjacket. In mod. half leather box with gilt stamped label to spine. - Both boxes decorated with green stripes for the green line. *

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