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Mosquitoes by William Faulkner $18

Mosquitoes is the second novel by William Faulkner.

Inspiration for Mosquitoes has been traced to a specific yachting excursion in Faulkner’s life that took place in April, 1925 on Lake Pontchartrain. In attendance were members of Faulkner's New Orleans’ artistic community and included artist William Spratling, novelist Hamilton Basso, and novelist and short-story writer Sherwood Anderson.

The book's back cover description reads, "A boatload of Bohemians, a pair of unconventional young girls, a suitcase full of whiskey—and four hilarious days at sea."

Good condition paperback. No missing or damaged pages, no creases or tears, and no underlining/highlighting of text or writing in the margins. Very minimal wear and tear. 

PAPERBACK, 288 pages. Published by Dell Books

16.25cm x 10.75cm x 1.5cm

Mosquitoes by William Faulkner

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