New York: Farrar , Straus and Giroux, 2002. First Edition. Octavo (24 cm.) 529 pp.
Hay-colored half-cloth with copper blind-stamped lettering to boards and spine. Colorful dust jacket with delicate cherub emerging from a water flower.
Signed by author on publisher's label affixed to half-title page. Item #2
An epic family story, "Middlesex" is as much a coming-of-age-as-an-hermaphrodite story as it is about the maturation of the 20th century and the potential of humanity in both our history and our genes.Winner of the Pulitzer Prize.
Chronology of American Literature 698.
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