First Bantam printing of Huxley's "cellophane-wrapped tomorrow" (rear cover).
BRAVE NEW WORLD
"This is a savage, witty, and shocking story of a natural man in an unnatural world" (rear cover).
One would not imagine Huxley's dystopia could actually be sexy, despite the rear copy insisting it is "a licentious world where morality as we know it is taboo." No one, that is, except cover artist Charles Binger. Binger had a long career illustrating film posters, magazines, and book covers. A handsome example of this disconcertingly erotic edition.
New York: Bantam Books. Bantam A1071, (1952). 6.25'' x 4''. Original color pictorial mass market wrappers (35c), cover art by Binger. All edges stained orange. 3 pages of ads at rear. xviii, 266,  pages. Tiny abrasion to fore edge and front wrapper, only minimal rubbing.
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