xiii.299pgs. Fine condition hardcover in Fine jacket, pristine, direct from publisher. Attractive black cloth binding with gilt lettering and decoration to front and spine. Contains the beautifully reproduced original working manuscript of Richmond Walker (aka Bill W) and provides a firsthand insightful experience into the making of the Little Black Book, Twenty-Four Hours a Day. Contents: Foreword; Three Introductory Essays by Damien McElrath: The Genesis of a Classic, The Evolution of Walkers Spirituality, Sources for Twenty-Four Hours a Day; The Working Manuscript for Twenty-Four Hours a Day [full page color plates]; The Hidden Text: The Passages Under theTaped Scraps of Paper; A Publishing History of Twenty-Four Hours a Day; The Richmond Walker and Patrick Butler Correspondence; Selected Writings by Richmond Walker: A Successful Group, Surrender, Restitution, Meditation, Honesty, The Cause and Cure of Alcoholism, The Power to Overcome Drinking, Personal Witness; About the Author. See also our book#2533: The Book That Started It All. Note: Size or weight not eligible for flat rate shipping option. ISBN 1616494070. #2532.
Title: Making the Little Black Book. Inside the Working Manuscript of Twenty-Four Hours a Day.
Illustrator: David Spohn
Edition: First Edition Thus
Publisher: Center City Minnesota, Hazelden: 2012
ISBN Number: 1616494070
Binding: Cloth Hardcover
Book Condition: Fine
Jacket Condition: Fine
Size: Small Folio. 8.5 x 11 Inches
Seller ID: 2532
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