29 June 2005
WEBB, Charles (b. 1939). The Graduate. New York: New American Library, 1963.
8o. Original cloth-backed boards; pictorial dust jacket (small repair at head of spine, small chip at tail of spine, pale spotting); quarter morocco folding case.
FIRST EDITION. The Graduate became an instant film classic when it was released in 1967 and starred Dustin Hoffman as the disillusioned and confused Benjamin Braddock who has an affair with Mrs. Robinson, the bored and attractive wife of his father's law partner. Included with this copy is a letter describing how Webb wrote the novel on a fellowship award from Williams College and a promotional photograph of Webb.
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