The Human Factor. By Graham Greene. Illustrated by Bernard Fuchs. Limited First Edition. Franklin Library. Franklin Center, 1978.

$45.00

Graham Greene was a monumental literary figure in the twentieth century. He produced some of the finest mystery and thriller novels of any English author. Yet while helping to define genre fiction for his generation, he also received uncommon literary praise for his work. Many believe he was robbed of the Nobel Prize in Literature after several nominations. A prolific author, many of Greene’s books are often cited as his best, but of the shortlist there is no doubt that The Human Factor is among them. It is a classic espionage novel about an M16 agent who grapples with conflicting issues of loyalty, nationalism, and family. This limited first edition by the Franklin Library recognizes Greene’s brilliance with a fine leather binding and remarkable illustrations by Bernard Fuchs. For any genre fiction of Graham Greene collector, it is an essential volume.

This limited first edition is in fine condition. In the original forest green leather boards, finely gilt stamped. Raised bands. Gilt spine label. Text block fine. Gilt edges. Silk moire endpapers and bookmark sewn in. With the publisher’s original First Edition Society pamphlet laid in.

A fine collector’s copy of The Human Factor by Graham Greene.

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The Human Factor. By Graham Greene. Illustrated by Bernard Fuchs. Limited First Edition. Franklin Library. Franklin Center, 1978.

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Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 9 × 5 in