She Came to Stay

She Came to Stay by Simone de Beauvoir. 1954 World Publishing Company, first U.S. edition, 404 pages. This fictional account of de Beauvoir's relationship with Jean-Paul Sartre and Olga Kosakiewicz (to whom the book is dedicated) on the eve of war. A threesome gone wrong.

Condition: Good/VG. Jacket worn and browned, chips along edges, water stain on bottom of jacket, boards bright, some bumps on spine, spine square, pages crisp and clean.

"Gerbert's eyes worried her, his face was haggard and tense; he almost looked his twenty years."

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