This is a collectible leather bound hardcover. Franklin Library Signed Limited Edition 1977. First Thus. This copy is as new. Signed by author. Leather bound with gold gilt lettering. All 3 page edges tipped in gold. Moire fabric endpapers. Printed on archival paper. Attached silk ribbon bookmark.
The author wrote many novels, this being his best known. It was published in 1956 and adapted for film in the 1959. It tells the story of a television producer who profiled the life of an aging physician in Brooklyn. He is the right doctor for the poor and the producer desperately needs a winning documentary. With television just emerging into American life, the values and dedication, along with uncompromising beliefs, make the doctor a hero to the producer, yet an impossible subject for the documentary.
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