Bodily Harm. Signed by Margaret Atwood. First American Edition, First Printing. Simon & Schuster. New York, 1982.

$65.00

Margaret Atwood’s fiction is almost unprecedented in its equal acclaim by the general public and critics alike. With The Handmaid’s Tale, she provided us with one of the best speculative fiction novels of the last 100 years, but her other works should not be overlooked. Virtually every novel she has published has been a critically acclaimed bestseller, including Bodily Harm. It follows Rennie, a reporter, who travels to a fictional Caribbean island and becomes embroiled in a love affair and a political revolution. The novel turns dire with Rennie forced to survive through major political upheavals and dangerous events. It was Atwood’ last novel before the major success of The Handmaid’s Tale. The two works share subtle but significant qualities in terms of plot and character, showcasing some intriguing developments in Margaret Atwood’s interests.

This first American edition, first printing is signed by Margaret Atwood on the title page. It is in about-fine condition. In the original casing, very good with only fading to edges and one corner bumped. Text block very nearly fine, only remainder mark to bottom edge. In the original dust jacket, about-fine with only minor bumping to edges.

An about-fine first American edition signed by Margaret Atwood.

1 in stock

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Bodily Harm. Signed by Margaret Atwood. First American Edition, First Printing. Simon & Schuster. New York, 1982.

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Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 9 × 4 in