Can You Ever Forgive Me? Memoirs of a Literary Forger
White half-cloth boards with red lettering to spine and white paper sides. Light foxing to a small number of pages. Illustrated with facsimiles of the author’s letters. In white slightly stained and foxed dust jacket with raised lettering to front panel. *** Lee Israel’s confession of her life as a literary forger. It was the basis for the successful film starring Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant, both nominated for an Oscar. The film has boosted the popularity of the book; first editions have become scarce.
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|Publisher||Simon & Schuster|
|Publisher Place||New York|