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By: Leslie, Doris.
Publisher: London & Paris., Albatross Ltd.: 1947.
Edition: First Edition thus. Modern Continental Library volume 557. "Not to be introduced into the British Empire or the U.S.A."
Seller ID: 9772
Condition: Good in blue printed wrappers and dust jacket. Signed and dated by the former owner on the front free endpaper. Spine slant and light soiling to edges. Small tears at edges of jacket.
Publisher: Boston., Houghton, Mifflin & Co.: 1888.
Edition: Riverside Literature Series. Number 2. Later reprint of the March 24, 1886 issue.
Seller ID: 11870
Condition: Ex. library in printed wrappers. Interior clean save for library stamps on front & rear endpapers (only library evidence). Center page 41 - 44 loose. Black ink stains on front & rear panels & edges.
With explanatory notes. Four black & white illustrations. View more info
Publisher: Boston., Houghton, Mifflin & Co.: 1896.
Edition: Riverside Literature Series. Number 1. Later reprint of the March 17, 1886 issue.
Seller ID: 11871
Condition: Ex. library in printed wrappers. Library stamp on front endpaper (only library evidence). Black ink stains on front & rear panels & edges. Design by former owner on front free endpaper & rear panel. Wraps faded & edges dust soiled. Page 27 - 38 loose.
With a biographical sketch, introduction & notes by H. E. Scudder and a sketch of Longfellow's home life by his daughter Alice M. Longfellow. Nine black & white illustrations (one plate loose). View more info
By: Lord, Bette Bao.
Publisher: New York., Harper & Row.: 1981.
Edition: 2nd printing.
Seller ID: 8850
Condition: Very good in very good dust jacket. Slight spine slant with light soiling on edges. Jacket worn on edges with small chips at head and heel of spine.
Publisher: New York., Illustrated Editions Co.: 1932.
Seller ID: 18673
Condition: Very good in poor dust jacket. Book is square, tight & clean in solid binding. Dust soil to top edge. Jacket protected by mylar. Front & rear panels with flaps present. Spine missing.
English version prepared by Willis L. Parker. Line drawings designed by South American artist Buttera. Author preface. View more info
By: Mailer, Norman.
Publisher: New York., G. P. Putnam's Sons.: 1967.
Edition: 2nd impression.
Seller ID: 8472
Condition: Very good in good dust jacket. Soiling to top and fore edge. Inked price on front free endpaper. Jacket dampstained and rubbed.
By: Mailer, Norman.
Publisher: New York., Rinehart & Co.: (1948).
Edition: Early reprint.
Seller ID: 14301
Condition: Book-plate. Boards edge rubbed with tape repair to head of spine. Spine lean & soil to page edges. Binding tight & text clean. Price clipped dust jacket heavily worn with chips at spine ends & several closed tears. Karov jacket cover design sill bright.
Mailer's first novel. G. Maillard Kesslere photo portrait of the author on rear jacket panel. View more info
By: Mailer, Norman.
Publisher: New York., Rinehart & Co.: 1948.
Edition: Early printing.
Seller ID: 17000
Condition: Good in good dust jacket. Former owner's name on front free endpaper. Tear to head of spine. Binding solid. Text clean. 3/4" chip at head of faded jacket spine. Light additional edge wear. $4.00 price on front flap.
Mailer's debut novel based on his experiences during World War II. Basis for the 1958 Raoul Walsh directed film. View more info
Publisher: N.P.: (1966).
Edition: Probable pirated edition.
Seller ID: 15116
Condition: Very good in good dust jacket. Book is solid & text is clean. Light blue soil to top of front free endpaper. Jacket lightly rubbed with large 1 1/2" chip at top of rear panel. Price intact on wrinkled front flap.
No publisher listed & Chinese characters on page facing the title page. Text in complete & in English. View more info
Publisher: New York., Grosset & Dunlap.: 1937.
Seller ID: 15757
Condition: Book is square & tight with clean text. Light soil to top edge. Jacket worn on spine ends & corners. Photo illustrations from the film on front and rear panels with cast photos & bios on front & rear flaps.
The Pulitzer Prize winning novel was the basis for the 1947 20th Century Fox film starring Ronald Colman & Peggy Cummins. Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz. View more info
Publisher: Philadelphia., J. B. Lippincott Co.: 1951.
Edition: Book club edition.
Seller ID: 11872
Condition: Book is tight and clean with no interior markings. Slight spine slant & top edge lightly soiled. Jacket wrap-around cover illustration bright with edge wear.
Historical novel of the Confederate navy in the years 1861 - 1862. View more info
Publisher: Garden City, NY., Doubleday, Doran & Co.: 1937.
Seller ID: 13429
Condition: Good lacking dust jacket. Spine slant & rubbing to boards. Light toning to endpapers. Binding tight & text clean.
The story of a great actress, Julia Lambert. View more info
Publisher: Thorndike, Maine., Thorndike Press.: 1995.
Edition: First U.S. Large Print Edition. Unabridged.
Seller ID: 16641
Condition: Fine. No dust jacket as issued.
Autobiography of Boy, the Mayle family's dog. As told by himself. Koren drawings throughout. View more info
Publisher: New York., Alfred A, Knopf.: 1993, 1994, 1998.
Edition: All the Pretty Horses. 23rd printing, The Crossing & Cities of the Plain. First Editions.
Seller ID: 18426
Condition: Very good in fine dust jackets. All three volumes clean in solid bindings. Light soil & damp stains to bottom edges of last two volumes.
A Modern Allegory. View more info
Publisher: New York., R. H. Russell.: 1901.
Edition: 1905 reprint.
Seller ID: 10604
Condition: Very good book. Very tight and clean with no discoloring to pages or photos. Slight spine slant and soiling to edges. No dust jacket.
Black & white tissued photo frontispiece and photos throughout from an early unidentified production. View more info