New York: Farrar Straus & Giroux, 2001.
This is a true first printing, with pages 430 and 431 transposed, and with the rare erratum slip.
Jonathan Franzen's closest shot at a masterpiece, so far.
A wonderful dissection of one family's problems, from the puritanical parents' drug dependence to the three childrens' very different lifestyles, all wheeling out of control.
A great contemporary novel and a funny portrait of modern confusion.