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Chandler, Raymond: The Little Sister (1st Ed.)

120,00

    Description

    Raymond Chandler (1888-1959)

     

    The Little Sister 

     

    First American Edition

     

    Fair antiquarian condition. The pages are in good condition with no handwriting. Dust jacket almost completely worn off the front edge, and slightly worn off on the bottom spine part.

     

    Raymond Chandler was an American-British novelist and screenwriter. He was the founder of hard-boiled detective fiction, with its cynical, antiheroic protagonists. The protagonist in Chandler’s novels, Philip Marlowe, was played in films by American cultural icon Humphrey Bogart. Considered one of his masterpieces, The Little Sister was influenced by Chandler’s experiences as a screenwriter in Hollywood.

    Additional information
    Publisher:
    Houghton Mifflin Company
    YEAR OF PUBLICATION:
    1949
    PLACE OF PUBLICATION:
    Boston
    Pages:
    (9)+249
    Binding:
    hardcover with dustjacket