8 vo. 240 pgs. Very Good condition hardcover in Very Good jacket. Grey cloth, faint foxing to upper text block edge else clean and unmarked. Front endpaper SIGNED: "#55 of 200 Nancy Bogen". Dust jacket in protective cover with light edge and corner wear, small chip top spine and lightly soiled spot bottom rear panel. Author's first novel, first printing thus. First printed as a paperback by Twickenharm Press, 1980. A classic Greek tale with a satiric twist- a novel about the Trojan War from a modern woman's point of view. ISBN 093164221. #792. View More...
New York and London, Harper & Brothers Publishers: 1927
Edition: First Edition
Seller ID: 1591
Condition: Very Good
8vo. 265 pgs. Very Good condition hardcover quarter bound in green buckrham cloth with green boards and matching title piece on spine. Stated First Edition. Slight darkening to spine at edges, wear to cloth of upper spine end. Paper over front hinge cracked, underlying binding remains intact. Clean and unmarked throughout. Jacket is present but in fragments, pieces are separated at the paper folds, held in place in a clear archival cover. With a refreshing attitude of "appreciative irreverence", a literary Friar's Roast of sorts, biographical commentaries and critiques are presented fo... View More...
New York and Boston, H.M. Caldwell Co.: 1900
Edition: First Thus
Seller ID: 2590
Condition: Very Good+
87pgs. Very Good+ condition very attractive little green cloth hardcover, bright gilt lettering and decoration to front and spine. Top edge of text block also gilt, sides and bottoms of pages untrimmed. Binding tight, barely discernable shelfwear to cloth at spine ends. [See also matching book for an Oliver Goldsmith from same publisher Book #2591 if still available]. Book #2590. View More...
xiii.185 pgs. Very Good condition hardcover, no jacket. Shallow bumping to spine edges and corners, else minimal shelf wear, internally clean and unmarked. Contents: The Author, Preface, Acknowledgments, Bibliographies [15 sources], Anthologies [2 sources], General Studies [72 sources], Authors/Translators/Titles [arranged alphabetically], Index. A continuation of the author's "English Renaissance Prose Fiction, 1500-1660: An Annotated Bibliography of Criticism" and its supplement for 1978-1983. The majority of entries are for books and articles published between 1984 and 1990, but als... View More...
8vo. 210 pgs. Fine hardcover in fine dustjacket. First edition thus-first published under the title "Widow's Peak" by Little, Brown and Co. in Great Britain. This is the fourth novel with British suffragette Nell Bray. On a climbing holiday at Mt. Blanc, Nell spots a French rescue team chipping a body out of the ice. ISBN 0312118112. #979. View More...
New York, William Sloane Associates: 1947
Edition: First Edition.
Seller ID: 1017
Condition: Very Good+
8vo. 390 pgs. A Very Good+ condition cloth hardcover in a Good dust jacket. Book is clean and unmarked with very light shelfwear. Jacket has several 1/2 to 1 inch tears with small chips and rubbing along edges and a 3/4 inch rubbed spot near bottom of spine. A romantic novel set in the era of World War II with scenes from Vienna, New York City, New Mexico and upstate New York. By a writer and correspondent, the author of "The Farthest Reach", "Westward the Women", "Take the Lightning", "The Waves" and numerous articles in Harper's Bazaar, The New Yorker, Reader'... View More...
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