The Camp of the Saints

By: Raspail, Jean; Norman Shapiro, trans.

Price: $75.00

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Hardcover with dust jacket, blue cloth with black spine titles, 16 by 23.4 cm, [ii] 311 pp. hardcover is very good with light edge wear, some bumping of the spine ends, ight yellowing on the endpapers, and a tiny remainder dot on the bottom edge; the price-clipped jacket is good with edge wear and yellowing on the edges and spine panel, and creases on the flaps. No writing, highlighting, names, or other markings. The dust jacket is in a fresh mylar cover. “A chilling novel about the end of the white world,” The Camp of the Saints (Le Camp des Saints) is a 1973 French novel by author and explorer Jean Raspail. The novel depicts a setting wherein Third World mass immigration to France and the West leads to the destruction of Western civilization. This obscure novel helped form Steve Bannon’s worldview [Huffpost], and it has “become a cult favorite on the far right, yet it’s never found a wider audience. There’s a good reason for that: It’s breathtakingly racist.” We ship our books in boxes or cardboard wraps, never in bags. Bay Leaf Books (Member ABAA, ILAB) is dedicated to offering fine books for discriminating readers. Dust jacket present. First Edition.

Title: The Camp of the Saints

Author Name: Raspail, Jean; Norman Shapiro, trans.

Categories: Radical Right, Racism,

Edition: first American printing

Publisher: New York, Charles Scribner’s Sons: 1975

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: good

Seller ID: 2511

Keywords: Literature