Drown by Junot Diaz

Drown by Junot Diaz. 1997 Riverhead edition, later printing. Signed and inscribed by Diaz. This was Diaz's debut collection and includes stories that appeared in the New Yorker. He received instant and impressive acclaim for his portrayals of young boy- and manhood in the Dominican Republic and New Jersey. He went on to publish novels and receive the MacArthur Genius grant.

Concidtion: VG. Cover slightly worn.

"We were raging then, crazy the way we stole, broke windows, the way we pissed on people's steps and then challenged them to come out and stop us."

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