NY: Viking, 1927. First American edn. 8vo, pp. 195. Cover sunned, little worn at corners and ends of spine, o/w a VG tight copy.
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NY: Knopf, 1993. First edn. 8vo, pp. 335. A fine copy. A novel set in Mexico, exploring corruption and the limits of power in politics, business and culture.
Athol MA: Haley's, (2007). First Edition. 8vo, pp. xv, 131. Includes a CD of the author reading her poems. Author's signed presentation on title. Paper wraps. About as new. Abramson was a professor of theater at the University of Massachusetts, and a specialist in the theater of Black America.
London: Hutchinson, (1977). First paperback edn. 8vo, pp. 204. Author's signature on title. Paper wraps. A VG tight copy.
NY: Guggenheim Museum. Broadside. 11x8-1/2 inches, printed landscape-style. Paper very slightly spotted, little dog-eared, o/w VG. A broadside advertising Heaney's first truly major appearance in N.Y.C (and the U.S.).
Amherst MA: Legacy, 1985. Periodical. 4to, pp. 86. Paper wraps. A nice copy. Articles include Rewriting the scribbling woman, by Nina Baym, Patriarchal society and matriarchal family in Irving's "Rip Van Winkle" and Child's "Hilda Silfverling" by Carolyn Karcher.
NY: HarperCollins, (1990). First American edn. 8vo, pp. 1195. Notes, bibliography, index. Illustrated with portraits, drawings and photographs. A nice copy in dj.
Lincoln NB: University of Nebraska, (2000). 8vo, pp. 127. Notes, bibliography, index. A nice copy in little scuffed dj. Acocella treats Cathers critics, rather than the author, as products of their time.
NY: Basic Books, 1972. First Edition. 8vo, pp. ix, 311. Notes, index. Translated by Herbert Tint. A VG tight copy in slightly chipped and soiled dj. A concise one volume history of French literature.
NY: Schocken, 1966. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 176. Index. Laurence K204. Fine, in chipped and mended dj. Another copy, fine in fine dj. Divided into chapters by subject matter, the author gives background for Shaw's main ideas, and for some of his more outrageous pronouncements.
NY: Harper, (1942). First Edition. 8vo, pp. 245. Author's presentation on flyleaf. Cover little faded and top of spine worn (or chewed), o/w a nice tight copy. Chapters about immigrants, their names, why they changed them (or not).
NY: Knopf, 1991. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 307. Paper over boards with cloth spine. Top edge little spotted, o/w a nice copy in scuffed dj.
NY: Knopf, 1995. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 305. Paper over boards with cloth spine. A nice copy in price-clipped dj.
Ann Arbor MI: U.M.I. Research Press, (1990). First Edition. 8vo, pp. 127. Notes, works cited, index. Illustrated with several photographs. Fine in dj.
Columbus, OH: Ohio State Univ Press, 1971. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 193. Index. Laurence K238. Fine in dj. Shaw, with Ruskin and William Morris, in his fight for artistic freedom.
NY: Farrar, Straus and Young. First Edition (thus). 8vo, pp. 246. A nice copy in littlel chipped and somewhat soiled dj.
NY: Editions for the Armed Services. From the 1918 Mass. Historical Society edition. Horizontal 12mo, pp. 510. Paper wraps. Cover creased, dog-eared and scuffed, o/w VG.
NY: Limited Editions, 1957. Chamberlain, Samuel. No 443 of 1500 copies. Large 8vo, pp. xx, 349. Gray cloth with applied spine label. Signed by Chamberlain on the colophon. Cover little yellowed at edges and spine, edges very slightly soiled, o/w a nice copy. Printed in an edition limited to 1500...
Westvaco Corp. (2001). Limited edition. 8vo, pp. 133. Introduction by William J. Bennett. Illustrated with portraits on the title. Included is an illustrated section on the history of the American flag. [Westvaco's American classics series.] Ribbon bookmark. Paper over boards with cloth spine, in a slipcase. About as new. There...
NY: Funk & wagnalls, 1954. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 128. A very good copy in torn dj. Selections from her prvious books.
NY: Robert M. McBride, 1925. First Edition. 8vo pp. 50. Little soiled paper over boards, a near fine copy. This is one of just 10 copies on Ingres paper which are not for sale, signed by the author. The author's first book. After graduating from Barnard College (A.B., 1922), Adams...
[Madison, WI]: Privately printed. First Edition. 12mo, pp. . Paper wraps. Cover split at back and detached, o/w interior VG.
NY: Putrnam's, 1901. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 167. Blue cloth, stamped in gilt. TEG. Cover little worn, o/w VG.
Richmond, VA: Onward Press, (1929). 8vo, pp. 60. Frontis portrait. Cover little worn, some marking in text, o/w VG. A short textbook designed for study groups, colleges, schools, etc., of church music, with illustrations of manuscripts.
Boston: Geo. C. Rand, 1852. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 23. Paper wraps. Slightly dog-eared, cover slightly stained, o/w VG. "Printed by the Young Men of the Congregation for their Private Use."