Titre : Postscript from Hiroshima.
Éditeur : Random House, New York
Date d'édition : 1966
Reliure : Hard Cover
Etat du livre : Good
Edition : First Edition
,119, pages, cloth, ex-library with usual library markings otherwise very good. Stated first printing. "A man, name unknown, who was sitting in front of the Sumitomo Bank, perhaps waiting for it to open, absorbed the flash and left his shadow on the granite wall and stone steps when the Atom Bomb exploded three hundred yards away. That shadow is fuzzy now, and dim, under the plaque that marks a 'memento of the Atomic Bomb Explosion,' and it no longer holds the shape of a man, but it is till there if you look closely, though hardly anyone does.". N° de réf. du libraire 21336
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