“IN REMEMBRANCE… OF THEIR EXAMPLE OF AA’S WAY OF LIVING”: INSCRIBED BY BILL WILSON IN THE YEAR OF PUBLICATION
(ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS) [WILSON, Bill]. The A.A. Way of Life: A Reader by Bill. New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, (1967). Thick 12mo, original black boards, original dust jacket.
First edition of this selection of writings by A.A.’s co-founder, Bill Wilson, inscribed by him over the entire front free endpaper, “To M— & E— , In remembrance of their treasured friendship, and of their example of AA’s way of living. In affection, Bill. BH, Sept/67.”
“Alcoholics Anonymous is a world-wide fellowship… banded together to solve common problems and to help fellow sufferers in recovery from that age-old, baffling malady, alcoholism.” This volume contains “several hundred excerpts from our literature… reflecting [Wilson’s] personal viewpoint on A.A.’s way of life.”
Book fine. Dust jacket extremely good, with a few chips, closed tears and creases. A near-fine, inscribed copy.