First printing of McCarthy's brutal modern classic.
Fine in fine jacket.
"Even a nonbeliever might find it useful to model himself after God. Very useful, in fact."
McCarthy's stunning Western started life as a screenplay, was rewritten as a novel, and was ultimately adapted into one of the more stunning Coen Brothers films of the last twenty years. Harold Bloom, unable to discern a satisfying moral argument in its wanton coin-flipping, didn't like it, which can only be taken as a glowing recommendation. A pristine copy of this fully realized masterwork of bleakness and pitiless doom.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2005. 8.25'' x 5.5''. Original black paper boards, gilt-lettered spine. In original unclipped ($24.95) red pictorial dust jacket designed by Chip Kidd. Fore-edge machine deckle. , 309,  pages.
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