11 October 2002
OZICK. Cynthia (b.1928). Trust. New York: The New American Library, 1966.
8o. Original yellow cloth; printed dust jacket.
FIRST EDITION, WITH A LENGTHY INSCRIPTION BY OZICK on the dedication leaf, dated 22 November 1993, in which she comments on the book: "... on the thirtieth anniversay of the very day I wrote the final paragraphs. It was also the day of President Kennedy's assasination--and yet I turned away from the radio... to finish the novel.. I recognize that Trust isn't read, and never will be read. I also know (or recognize, or believe) that it contains the best prose I have ever written...)."
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