La Habana: Casa de las Americas, 1975. Paperback. 560p., massive paperbound in 9x6 inch wraps, green with red spot-color decoration. Rather edgeworn with some handling soil and a reader's crease up the spine; within, find scattered foxing, a dozen underlines in ink, and a most interesting case of book-worm damage: there were (past tense, we assure you) several worms at work. One worm went through the lower margin for fifty leaves leaving the usual pin-hole not affecting text, but another went straight up the middle, veering a little, so that perhaps 75 leaves (150 pages) have lost lettering here and there (could have been a race between two competitors). Text remains readable. Caveat emptor, but think of it this way, you'll be gaining a great conversation piece. Coleccion nuestra America.