On offer a very scarce SIGNED UK first edition, first print copy of' A Pale View of Hills' by literary master Kazuo Ishiguro. This is the t rue first pint edition published by faber in 1982. The book was signed to me in person by Kazuo at a recent event in London. Please see the event ticket in the picture. You will receive the ticket together with the book for your records as provenance for the signature.Condition: fine/ near fine throughout. There is no foxing, no stains, no inscriptions, no stench. This is NOT an ex library copy as a vast quantity of this debut novel are.
The corners are sharp, the boards are unfaded and clean throughout. The lettering to the spine is unfaded and bright. The dust jacket is NOT price clipped and in great shape.A pedantic eye will detect a minuscule lean of perhaps one or two mm. This is a scarce title in this condition, let alone signed with this provenance. A Pale View of Hills' is Kazuo Ishiguro's debut novel and won the Winifred Holtby Memorial Prize.
It won the Whitbread Book of the Year Award. Ishiguro won the 1989 (Man) Booker Prize with'The Remains of the Day', and he was shortlisted three times more for'When We were Orphans';'Never Let Me Go'; and'An Artist of the Floating World'.Please check out my other collectible books on offer including the very scarce first edition first state of'An Artist of the Floating World' (signed);'Never Let Me Go' (signed);'The Remains of the Day' (signed);'The Unconsoled' (signed); and the limited edition of'The Buried Giant'. I have included the maximum amount of pictures possible.
Should you require more pictures or information please do not hesitate to drop me a line! The item "Kazuo Ishiguro,'A Pale View of Hills' First Edition SIGNED 1st/1st, Booker" is in sale since Monday, April 25, 2016. This item is in the category "Books, Comics & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectable". The seller is "grogro123" and is located in Birmingham. This item can be shipped to all countries in Europe, to all countries in continental Asia, to United States, to Canada, to Australia, to New Zealand, to Mexico.