By Zadie Smith
London   Hamish Hamilton
9.5" by 6"
A fine, complete set of Zadie Smith's novels. A fantastic collection for a lover of Smith's critically acclaimed prose.
By Zadie Smith

2000-2016 Zadie Smith's Novels

London   Hamish Hamilton
9.5" by 6"
A fine, complete set of Zadie Smith's novels. A fantastic collection for a lover of Smith's critically acclaimed prose.
£600.00
: 4kgs / : 740L27

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First Edition, Publishers' Original Binding, Signed, With Dustwrapper

Comprising: White Teeth (2000); The Autograph Man (2002); On Beauty (2005);  NW (2012); Swing Time (2016).  In addition, there is the 2013 novella 'The Embassy of Cambodia' which is signed to the title page. 

'The Autograph Man', 'On Beauty', 'NW', and 'Swing Time' are all signed.  'NW' and 'Swing Time' are signed to a tipped in leaf for the exclusive signed edition. For 'The Autograph Man' and 'On Beauty' Smith has signed the title page.

'White Teeth' focuses on the later life of two wartime friends, and their families in London. The novel is centred around Britain's relationship with people from former colonies in Africa, Asia and the Caribbean. 

'The Autograph Man' follows the progress of a Jewish-Chinese Londoner who buys and sells autographs for a living. This novel won he Jewish Quarterly-Wingate Literary Prize. 

'On Beauty' is loosely based on Howards End by E.M Forster and follows a mixed race British/American family living in the United States. It was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize in 2005 and won the Anisfield Wolf books Award and the Orange Prize for Fiction. 

'NW' is set in North London and follows four characters shifting between first and third person, stream of consciousness, screenplay dialogue and other narrative techniques. It was nominated for the 2013 Women's Prize for fiction.  

'The Embassy of Cambodia' is a novella based in North London, and is therefore set in the same world as 'NW'. 

'Swing Time' is set in London, New York, and West Africa. It follows two tap dancing girls that meet during a tap class in London.

Condition

In the publisher's original cloth bindings. With unclipped dustwrappers. Externally, fine. Dustwrappers are also fine. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are very bright and clean.

Fine

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