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1 Dunphy, Jack JOHN FURY
New York/London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, (1946). B0007E8ZEW First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Faint offsetting to endsheets, else fine, bright, fresh; in black binding with gilt lettering against red blocks to front and spine; in a somewhat age-darkened, very very mildly edgeworn, else fine dust jacket. 
"A Novel in Four Parts" about the Irish immigrant working class in turn of the century Philadelphia, debut novel written by the former Broadway dancer who would become Truman Capote's longtime companion. 
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2 Dunphy, Jack JOHN FURY: A Novel in Four Parts
New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, (1946). B0007E8ZEW First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Hint of offsetting to the endsheets, else fine, a fresh, virtually as-new example, in black cloth with gilt lettering against red panels to front cover and spine; in an age-toned, very mildly edgeworn, near fine dust jacket. 
"Remarkable first novel, warm and strong, its unflinching realism saved from brutality by the author's compassion and restraint ...What Betty Smith did tenderly for Brooklyn, James T. Farrell harshly for Chicago...Dunphy does for Philadelphia"-- NY Times. 
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