Edie: An American Biography
The classic account of the dark side of Warhol's Factory, a toxic mix of instant 'fame' and drug-taking, that lured a not-so-innocent Edie Sedgwick to an early death. Written by Jean Stein and edited with George Plimpton. This must-read appears on Esquire's 25 Best Biographies: The Life Stories Every Man Should Read.
9.5" W x 6.5" H x 1.5" D
Hardcover with dust jack and protective plastic cover
Very Good Vintage Condition - shows only minimal signs of wear. The pages are bright, unmarked pages and the binding is firm. The jacket shows minor shelf rubbing only. Front jacket flap is corner-clipped.
First edition, New York: Knopf, 1982
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