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You Shall Know Our Velocity
Seller Inventory L Hardbound, issued without dust jacket. First edition, stated "First edition" on back copyright page and only available through McSweeney's. The copies available in bookstores lacked the "First edition" statement and were issued in much larger numbers. Couple of small rubbed spots to spine cloth came that way from the publisher , else fine.
You Shall Know Our Velocity
Seller Inventory SKB Condition: Collectible: Very Good. First edition. About near fine, no jacket as issued. Slightly bumped at board corners. Signed by the author, Dave Eggers, on rear pastedown. Signed by Author. Hard Cover. A fine unread 1st impression bound in rough grey boards with a black cloth spine, Signed by the Author on the title page.
Dust Jacket Condition: Fine.
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Signed by Author s. First trade edition. Fine, in black cloth shelfback over printed gray boards with deliberately roughed edges; no dust jacket, as issued. In his first novel, Eggers has written a moving and hilarious tale of two friends who fly around the world trying to give away a lot of money and free themselves from a profound loss. Published by Vintage Books About this Item: Vintage Books, Soft Cover.
First Vintage Books Edition. Very Good condition. Clean pages. Tight binding. Covers may have minor shelf wear.
First edition second state. No dustjacket, as published. About this Item: Hardcover. Seller Inventory P Seller Inventory K Gray boards quarterbound in a black cloth backstrip with gray lettering. Text of the story begins on the front board and continues over the endpapers. Light rubbing all along the upper and lower edges of the boards.
Faint smudge on the upper corner of the rear board, most likely from handling. Brown rear endpapers. Issued without a dust jacket. Signed by the Author. Published by McSweeney's, San Francisco A bright, solid book, in unread condition. Quarter black cloth spine with silver titles, paperboards have rough unfinished edges, so is hard to find in perfect condition.
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Nor, in a desert or the woods, is irony nutritious. Will and Hand are largely on their own, without movies, drugs or rock 'n' roll, dangerously unmediated, as if they were extreme sportsmen, in such emotional dishabille you'd almost believe sincerity was the new authenticity. And nobody writes better than Dave Eggers about young men who aspire to be, at the same time, authentic and sincere.
Still, with all this running around, have we gotten anywhere? Another wiseguy, who happens to be a beautiful woman named Annette who has come all the way from Paris to tread water in a swimming pool in Dakar, speaks to Will and Hand of a fourth world: ''Not the first world, the world we are from, not the second or third world, so many people treading water.
This is different. The fourth world is voluntary. It is quick small steps from the other worlds.
It's this close. But it's different. It's passive. We come and then we create things that will happen. The fourth world is half thought, half actual.
It's a staging ground. It's up to us, first to stage and then to launch ourselves, like Will and Hand skipping over the rocks in an African riverbed or jumping from tree to snowy tree in a Baltic winter wonderland. Kid stuff.