A Book of Common Prayer – Joan Didion 1977 | SIGNED


  • Author: Joan Didion
  • Publisher: Simon & Shuster, NY 1977
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Condition: Near Fine
  • Size: 8vo
  • Attributes: Signed, Dust Jacket

First edition, fourth printing. Binding tight, internally fine. Signed and dated by the author on the free front endpaper. Near Fine in near Fine DJ.

A Book of Common Prayer by Joan Didion is a collection of essays that explores the author’s reflections on faith, morality, and contemporary American culture. Drawing on her personal experiences and observations, Didion delves into the complexities of belief and doubt, examining how individuals grapple with the search for meaning and connection in a fragmented world.

Through her incisive prose and keen observations, Didion invites readers to contemplate the role of religion and spirituality in shaping identity and navigating life’s uncertainties. The essays in A Book of Common Prayer offer a thoughtful exploration of the intersection between faith and modernity, challenging readers to confront their own beliefs and assumptions.

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