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141 (Grey, Zane). Jackson, Carlton ZANE GREY: Revised Edition
Boston: Twayne Publishers, (1989). 0805775439 / 9780805775433 First edition thus. Hardcover. Fine in dust jacket that shows some light rubbing and some minor shelf wear. 
A feast for the Grey enthusiast. Critical study of Grey updated from Jackson's 1973 edition. #218 in the Twayne series. 
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142 (Hall, Radcylffe). Baker, Michael OUR THREE SELVES: The Life of Radcylffe Hall
New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc., (1985). 0688043852 / 9780688043858 First U.S. edition. Hardcover. Fine, in mildly age-toned photo-pictorial dust jacket. 
Biography of the pioneering lesbian writer, author of THE WELL OF LONELINESS, drawing upon much new, previously unavailable material--diaries, letters and essays. Illustrated with photographs. Notes and sources, index. 396 pages. 
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143 (Hawthorne, Nathaniel). Buitenhuis, Peter THE HOUSE OF THE SEVEN GABLES: Severing Family and Colonial Ties
Boston: Twayne Publishers, (1991). 0805780750 / 9780805780758 First edition. Hardcover. Very fine in an illustrated dust jacket with a detail woodcut courtesy of the The House of the Seven Gables Settlement Associations. Chronology of Hawthorne's life and works, notes and references, bibliography, index. 
An analysis of Hawthorne's 1851 novel that argues the subtext is an attempt to create a truly American identity and a break with our English legacy. Buitenhuis explores the text and places it in a literary and cultural context. 
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144 (Hawthorne, Nathaniel). Carton, Evan THE MARBLE FAUN: Hawthorne's Transformations
New York: Twayne Publishers, (1992). 0805794484 / 9780805794489 First edition. Hardcover. Very fine in an illustrated dust jacket, with jacket art a detail of ''Interior of Saint Peter's, Rome'' by Giovanni Paolo Panini. Chronology of Hawthorne's life and works, notes and references, bibliography, index. 
Hawthorne's last complete work is discussed in terms of the critical response that greeted it, the literary tradition of the romance novel, and the politics of mid 19th Century America. Carton also applies modern theories to further interpret the text. 
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145 (Hecht, Anthony). Lea, Sydney, editor. THE BURDENS OF FORMALITY: Essays on the Poetry of Anthony Hecht
Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, (1989). 0820310913 / 9780820310916 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, as-new, in a fine, as-new, dust jacket. Octavo. 212 pages; bibliography. 
Written mostly by other poets, in styles ranging from the informal to the scholarly, these essays explore Hecht's images and poetic devices, his debts to other poets, and his place in the study of modern poetry. 
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146 (Hellman, Lillian). Riordan, Mary Marguerite LILLIAN HELLMAN: A Bibliography: 1926-1978
Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1980. First edition. Hardcover. Fine without dust jacket as issued. 
Scarecrow Author Bibliographies, Number 50. 
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147 (Hemingway, Ernest). Fellner, Harriet HEMINGWAY AS PLAYWRIGHT: The Fifth Column
Ann Arbor, Michigan: UMI Research Press, (1986). 0835717720 / 9780835717724 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in sand-colored illustrated cloth, lettered in black; no dust jacket, as issued. 
123 pages; appendix, notes, bibliography, and an index. Revision of the author's doctoral thesis on Hemingway's only full-length drama, THE FIFTH COLUMN. 
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148 (Hemingway, Ernest). Goethals, Thomas R. FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS: A Critical Commentary
New York: American R.D.M. Corporation Publishers, (1963). First edition: Softbound pamphlet. Pamphlet. Very nearly fine and unread in bright stapled wraps. 59 pages, biographical information, summary of characters, suggested study topics, bibliography. An uncommon ephemeral item. 
A volume in the Study*Master Chapter Notes and Critical Commentaries series. A guide to Hemingway's FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS, with an analysis of the plot structure and a critical appraisal of his longest work. 
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149 (Hemingway, Ernest). Isabelle, Julanne HEMINGWAY'S RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE
New York: Chip's Bookshop, Booksellers & Publishers, [undated]. 0912378026 / 9780912378022 Reprint. Hardcover. Fine, as-new, in tan cloth with gilt spine stamping; no dust jacket, as issued. 114 pages, including notes, bibliography. 
Chapter headings include: Hemingway's Protestant Tradition; Hemingway's Catholic Tradition; Hemingway's General Religious View; Hemingway, The Man, and His Relation to Death, et alia. Originally issued by Vantage Press in 1964. 
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150 (Hemingway, Ernest). Kunzweiler, Diana ERNEST HEMINGWAY'S A FAREWELL TO ARMS: A Critical Commentary
New York: American R.D.M. Corporation Publishers, (1967). First edition: Softbound pamphlet. Chapbook. A very nearly fine and unread copy in bright stapled wraps. 55 pages, frontispiece photograph of Hemingway, biographical information, suggested study topics, and an annotated bibliography. Uncommon ephemeral pamphlet. 
A volume in the Study*Master Chapter Notes and Critical Commentaries series. A concise plot review, analysis and appraisal, and major critical views for Hemingway's popular 1929 novel that depicts the tragedy and destruction of World War I. 
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151 (Hemingway, Ernest). Laurence, Frank M. HEMINGWAY AND THE MOVIES
Jackson: University Press of Mississipi, (1981). 0878051155 / 9780878051151 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, as-new, in a fine, as-new, dust jacket. 329 pages; notes, appendices, and an index. Illustrated with photos, stills, posters, newspaper ads, etc. 
A study of Hemingway's stories and novels in their Hollywood versions. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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152 (Hemingway, Ernest). Nagel, James, editor ERNEST HEMINGWAY: The Writer in Context
(Madison, Wisconsin): The University of Wisconsin Press, (1984). 0299097404 / 9780299097400 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, as-new, in a fine, as-new, dust jacket. Sill in the publisher's shrinkwrap. 
A collection of twelve original essays, grouped by theme, that offer a new appreciation of Ernest Hemingway's life and art. Includes an essay by Tom Stoppard. 246 pages; list of contributors; and an index. 
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153 (Hemingway, Ernest). Raines, Charles ERNEST HEMINGWAY'S THE SUN ALSO RISES: A Critical Commentary
New York: American R.D.M. Corporation Publishers, (1967). First edition. Trade Paperback. Very nearly fine and unread in bright stapled wraps. 64 pages, frontispiece photograph of Hemingway, biographical information, summary of characters, suggested study topics, and a bibliography. 
A volume in the Study*Master Chapter Notes and Critical Commentaries series. A concise plot review, analysis and appraisal, and critical views of Hemingway's 1926 novel THE SUN ALSO RISES, considered by many critics to be his finest long work. 
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154 (Hemingway, Ernest; Fitzgerald, F. Scott). Donaldson, Scott HEMINGWAY VS. FITZGERALD: The Rise and Fall of a Literary Friendship
Woodstock, New York: The Overlook Press, (1999). 0879517115 / 9780879517113 First edition: Uncorrected Proof. Proof. Fine in photo-pictorial wraps. 316 pages. 
Donaldson traces the friendship of Hemingway and Fitzgerald, which was a powerful mix of admiration, jealousy, and liquor, and connects the two authors with some crucial people of the time including fellow writers Gertrude Stein and John Dos Passos. 
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155 (Higginson, Thomas Wentworth). Tuttleton, James W. THOMAS WENTWORTH HIGGINSON
New York: Twayne Publishers, (1978). 0805772367 / 9780805772364 First edition. Hardcover. Near fine in pebbled blue cloth with gilt titles and devices to the front cover and spine; no dust jacket. 172 pages; notes and references; selected bibliography; and index. Twayne's United States Authors Series #313. 
Critical introduction to Higginson who was a militant abolitionist, colonel of the first regiment of black volunteers in the Civil War, an ordained minister who revolted against the doctrines of Unitarianism, and a nineteenth-century man of letters. 
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156 (Hopkins, Gerard Manley). Hunter, Jim GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS
London: Evans Brothers Limited, (1972). 023744688X / 9780237446888 Second reprint, so stated on copyright page. In the Literature in Perspective series. Hardcover. Penned name and address to pastedown, foxing to upper page edges, thus very good, in gray cloth with gilt spine stamping; in an age-darkened, near fine dust jacket. 160 pages, including index. Illustrated. 
Analyzes in detail nearly every major poem Hopkins wrote; chapters are devoted to the poet's experiments in style and diction; to his versification; to his use of words and word-order; to his selection of imagery. Biographical introduction. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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157 (Hovey, Richard). Macdonald, Allan Houston RICHARD HOVEY: Man & Craftsman
[Durham, North Carolina]: Duke University Press, 1957. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Lower corner tip lightly bumped, else a near fine copy in green cloth with gilt spine titles; in a lightly shelfworn pictorial dust jacket with a few short closed edge tears. 265 pages; works consulted, and an index. Photographic frontispiece. 
Full-length portrait of Richard Hovey (1864-1900), the gifted American lyricist, poet, journalist, and one of the first American disciples and translators of Maeterlinck. Contains an excellent bibliography of Hovey's works, compiled by Edward C. Lathem. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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158 (Howells, William Dean). Crowley, John W. THE BLACK HEART'S TRUTH: The Early Career of W.D. Howells
Chapel Hill and London: The University of North Carolina Press, (1985). 0807816329 / 9780807816325 First edition, first printing: Review copy, with publisher's slip laid in. Hardcover. Fine, in charcoal cloth with silver spine lettering; in a fine, if faintly age-toned, illustrated dust jacket. 
"Psychological biography, with its sensitive readings of the major fiction through A MODERN INSTANCE, sees Howells confronting Freudian issues, without Freudian constructs, at the beginning of the Freudian age."--David J. Nordloh. 192 pages, indexed. 
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159 (James, Henry). Bell, Ian F.A. WASHINGTON SQUARE: Styles of Money
New York: Twayne Publishers, (1993). 0805783598 / 9780805783599 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Very fine in an illustrated dust jacket, with jacket art a detail of ''Washington Square, New York'' by Paul Cornoyer. Chronology of James's life and works, notes and references, bibliography, index.` 
An analysis of James's 1880 novel about Catherine Sloper and the struggle between her father and her lover. Bell compares the fictional story that centers on the role of money, with the economic changes in America at the time of the writing. 
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160 (James, Henry). Boren, Lynda S. EURYDICE RECLAIMED: Language, Gender, and Voice in Henry James
Ann Arbor/London: UMI Research Press, (1989). 0835720268 / 9780835720267 First edition. Hardcover. Fine in dust jacket. 
"Traces James's evolution away from conventional narrative into a mode that draws its strength from the human voice, and is, in essence, operatic." Notes, bibliography, index. 145 pages. 
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