Anne Tyler's Precocious Debut
Anne Tyler. If Morning Ever Comes. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1964. First edition. A fine copy in a dustwrapper with light touch of shelfwear to the head and heel of the spine. A lovely copy.
The author's first book. In his review for the New York Times, Orville Prescott wrote, “This is an exceedingly good novel, so mature, so gently wise and so brightly amusing that, if it weren't printed right there on the jacket, few readers would suspect that Mrs. Tyler was only 22.”