First American edition of this uncommon novel set in Cuba after Castro's revolution.
Near fine in very good plus jacket.
"I can't think of the Cuban bourgeoisie without foaming at the mouth. I hate them with tenderness."
Originally published in Cuba in 1965, and translated by the author. With a foreword by Jack Gelber.
(New York): The New American Library, (1967). 8'' x 5''. Original olive cloth. Red topstain, black endpapers. In original unclipped ($4.50) dust jacket, designed by Alex Tsao. 156 pages. Light edgewear and a bit of scuffing to jacket.
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