Grove Press, 1962 - American fiction - 186 pages
This volume introduces the first novels of three young American writers. In "Stairway to the Sea," three young art students create and adolescent mé́nage à trois in a dilapidated house near Philadelphia. "This night in Sodom," describes urban life as seen through the eyes of a retired Midwestern American history professor. "Custom" is the story of a salesman entering a strange town where merchandising success, quick popularity, and easy sex become a nightmare satirizing commercial life.
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