New York: Pantheon Books, 1966
First American edition, translated by Gregory Rabassa. First printing. A very good or better copy in the unclipped dust jacket, with $6.95 and 4/66 on the front flap. A gift inscription on the first free endpaper. The top corners of the boards bumped, affecting the outer text block slightly. The contents crisp and unmarked. Minor wear and tear to the extremities of the dust jacket, but an uncommonly bright example still. Cortazar’s masterpiece, and one of the most important Latin American novels of the past century.