Bitter Fruit

By: Antony, Mark

Price: $35.00

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Condition: Very Good in Fair dj

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[solid copy, moderate wear to cloth at top/bottom edges, small nick in cloth at bottom of rear cover near spine, tiny tears/minor fraying at top of spine; jacket is just Fair, with soiling, chipping, etc.]. A trashy novel with a social conscience, it would appear, about a "dynamic young foreman in the effeminate Earle Prescott's industrial empire," who gets involved with the boss's wife (and various "other attractive females that inhabit their Southern town"), and subsequently is nominated for governor of the state, at which point he gets involved in the segregation vs. integration battle.

Title: Bitter Fruit

Author: Antony, Mark

Edition: First Edition

Illustrator: Illustrated by (dj design) Jim McMullan

Location Published: New York, Greenwich Book Publishers: (c.1959)

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good in Fair dj

Categories: Fiction: Vintage

Seller ID: 11966

Keywords: the south homosexuality politics race relations segregation adultery