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The Paper Men By William Golding

Publisher’s Synopsis

Fame, fortune, alcoholism, a failing marriage: for novelist Wilfred Barclay, his final unbearable irritation is his would-be-biographer, the young academic Professor Rick L. Tucker, who is determined to become The Barclay Man.

Locked in a lethal relationship, the two men stumble across Europe, shedding wives, self-respect and identities in a game of literary cat and mouse - and the climax of their odyssey, when it comes, is as inevitable as it is unexpected . . .

Book Club Associates; 1984. First edition thus. With unclipped dust cover. Near fine condition. Previous owners embossed stamp to title page. William Golding was awarded the Nobel prize for literature in 1983 for 'Parables of the Human Condition'. Pre-owned. No ISBN.

The Paper Men By William Golding

SKU: 104549
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