Stephen King – Cujo – First UK Edition 1981

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Stephen King – Cujo – First UK Edition 1981

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First edition, first printing. Published by MacDonald & Co in London, 1982. This is a near fine copy. The dust wrapper is slightly worn at the spine tips and with slight marking at the corners. The rear panel is bright and mostly free from handling marks. It has not been price clipped. The boards have a slight lean, though are otherwise free from chips and marks. The text blocks are mostly free from foxing, however there is one small spot to the bottom block. This copy is free from previous owner’s ink, and is overall a near fine copy.

Cujo’s name was based on the alias of Willie Wolfe, one of the men responsible for orchestrating Patty Hearst’s kidnapping and indoctrination into the Symbionese Liberation Army. Stephen King discusses Cujo in On Writing, referring to it as a novel he “barely remembers writing at all.” King wrote the book during the height of his struggle with alcohol addiction. King goes on to say he likes the book and wishes he could remember enjoying the good parts as he put them on the page.


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First edition, first printing. Published by MacDonald & Co in London, 1982. This is a near fine copy. The dust wrapper is slightly worn at the spine tips and with slight marking at the corners. The rear panel is bright and mostly free from handling marks. It has not been price clipped. The boards have a slight lean, though are otherwise free from chips and marks. The text blocks are mostly free from foxing, however there is one small spot to the bottom block. This copy is free from previous owner’s ink, and is overall a near fine copy.

Cujo’s name was based on the alias of Willie Wolfe, one of the men responsible for orchestrating Patty Hearst’s kidnapping and indoctrination into the Symbionese Liberation Army. Stephen King discusses Cujo in On Writing, referring to it as a novel he “barely remembers writing at all.” King wrote the book during the height of his struggle with alcohol addiction. King goes on to say he likes the book and wishes he could remember enjoying the good parts as he put them on the page.

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