ROBERT STONE’S FIRST NOVEL, SIGNED BY HIM
STONE, Robert. A Hall of Mirrors. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1967. Octavo, original half black and half gray cloth, original dust jacket. $1100.
First edition of Stone’s first novel, signed by him on the title page.
This story of three young Americans whose lives intersect in New Orleans at the end of Mardi Gras in 1962 announced the arrival of a major new talent, who lived up to his early promise with the critically acclaimed novels Dog Soldiers (1974, National Book Award), A Flag for Sunrise (1981) and Outerbridge Reach (1992). “Stone’s position as a leading novelist has been well earned for the skill with which he imbues the novel of action with moral and political dimensions” (Stringer, 646).
Dust jacket with very light edge-wear. A near-fine signed copy.