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61 Zola, Emile ZEST FOR LIFE
London: Elek Books/Granada Publishing, (1968). 0236310135 / 9780236310135 Reprint. A volume in the uniform edition of the works of Emile Zola. Hardcover. Fine, in black boards with gilt spine titles; in a nearly fine, very lightly rubbed dark blue printed dust jacket. 
Less well-known book in the Rougon-Macquart series is a portrait of the orphan Pauline, "one of the most complete women of nineteenth century fiction."--Angus Wilson. Translated from the French by Jean Stewart; preface by Wilson. Scarce. 
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62 [Derby, George Horatio, 1823-1861]. Phoenix, John [pseud.] PHOENIXIANA; or, Sketches and Burlesques
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1884. Twelfth Edition. Vintage bookplate of The Pacific Union Club, San Francisco tipped to the front pastedown endpaper. Hardcover. Mild wear to the corner tips and spine extremities, a few minor stains to the covers, else very good plus in green cloth with a gilt vignette to the front cover, gilt spine titles and decoration. Octavo. 274 pages; advertisements. Illustrations. 
First collected edition of works by this California Gold Rush humorist. Contains Derby's pieces as "Professor John Phoenixiana" and "Squibob," pokes fun at the figures and pretenses of high society, topics such as military surveyors and explorers, etc. 
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