Place Published: New York
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Date Published: 1982
Book Id: 31799
221pp. Octavo [22 cm] 1/4 black cloth with light gray paper covered boards, and a silver stamped title on the spine. Very good. The spine ends are gently bumped. There are a couple of small light moisture stains on the top edge of the text block, and the bottom edge of the text block is also very slightly damp stained. Internally, very clean. In a very good dust jacket, with light edge wear. There is a thin, dark moisture stain along the bottom edge, that measures 4 inches wide. This stain is primarily noticeable on the internal, non-visible side. Price-clipped.
From the dust jacket- "One of the surest marks of genius is the capacity to surprise. In Monsignor Quixote, Graham Greene, the acknowledged master of the English novel in our time, has produced yet another astonishing surprise: a brilliant, hauntingly comic and penetrating work of fiction which is at once a retelling of Cervantes' masterpiece in modern terms and a profound statement about the nature of faith and morality."