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501 (Hepburn, Katherine). Britton, Andrew KATHERINE HEPBURN: Star as Feminist
New York: Continuum, (1995). 082640801X First U.S. edition, first printing. Tall octavo. Hardcover. Remainder stripe to lower page edges, else fine, in black boards with gilt spine titling; in a fine, as-new, illustrated dust jacket. 
In this scholarly study, Britton proposes a feminist reading of Hepburn's films, arguing that her persona raises problems about class, female sexuality, and women's oppression. 256 pages, including index. Illustrated with photographs and film stills. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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502 (Herbert, Frank). Silverman, Maida, created by; Kirk, Daniel, illustrated by DUNE: Pop-Up Panorama Book
New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1984. 0448233533 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Barely detectible remainder mark to the lower page edges, a hint of rubbing to the covers, still fairly fresh and near fine in color illustrated boards; issued without dust jacket. Kirk, Daniel 
Four beautifully rendered, double-page pop-up scenes based on the film. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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503 (Herman, Woody). Lees, Gene LEADER OF THE BAND: The Life of Woody Herman
New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995. 019505671X First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in yellow-lettered black cloth shelfback over pale blue boards; in a fine, photopictorial dust jacket. 414 pages, including index. Illustrated with photographs reproduced on coated stock inserts. 
"Lees writes affectionately here about his friend and mentor, the great clarinetist, saxophonist, singer and band leader who was a major figure in the jazz world from the 1930s to his death in 1987."--PW. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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504 (Hertzog, Carl). Compiled by Al Lowman PRINTER AT THE PASS: The Work of Carl Hertzog
San Antonio, Texas: University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures, 1972. First edition, first printing. In gilt-lettered black cloth over terra-cotta boards; no dust jacket, as issued. With an essay by William R. Lowman. Hardcover. About near fine: a few tiny dots of ink to fore-edge, fading to spine cloth, mild splaying of boards, abrasion at lower corner tips; lacks the mylar jacket. 123 pages, including index. Illustrated with reproductions of Hertzog's work. 
Catalogue of the 1970-1971 exhibition of the work of the French-born, Texas-based typographer, book designer, and publisher. Hertzog's work has been lauded as a model of imagination, taste, subtlety and painstaking craft. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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505 (Higginson, Thomas Wentworth). Tuttleton, James W. THOMAS WENTWORTH HIGGINSON
New York: Twayne Publishers, (1978). 0805772367 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. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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506 (Hill, Abby Williams). Fields, Ronald ABBY WILLIAMS HILL: And the Lure of the West
[No place]. Washington State Historical Society, 1989. 0917048636 First edition. Hardcover. Upper corners very lightly bumped, else very near fine in light gray pseudo leather with white titles to the front cover and spine; in a like dust jacket, illustrated with Hill's painting ''Cliffs of Eunice Lake'' to the front cover. Quarto. 
Includes both full-color and black-and-white illustrations of the frontier artist's wonderful work. Hill captured some of the most beautiful areas of the Northwest and California on her more than 100 canvases. 120 pages; notes, bibliography, index. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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507 (Hill, Reginald). Ruell, Patrick THE CASTLE OF THE DEMON
New York: Hawthorn Books, Inc./A Martin Dale Book, [1973]. First U.S. edition. First published by Long in 1971. Hardcover. A tiny area of insignificant soiling to rear endsheet, else near fine in ochre cloth which betrays a hint of rubbing to the black spine title; in a lightly age-toned and edgeworn pictorial dust jacket with artwork by Charles Geer. 
This very early Reginald Hill--his debut as "Patrick Ruell"--is a richly entertaining gothic-espionage thriller with a tantalizing flavor of the occult; and features, as many of the Ruells do, a refreshingly original and appealing heroine. Scotland-set. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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508 (Hill, Reginald). Ruell, Patrick DEATH TAKES THE LOW ROAD
London: Hutchinson, (1974). 0091181704 First edition. A rough, good-only ex-library copy, with however, the elusive dust jacket present and in quite acceptable condition. Front free endsheet excised; mild separation at front inner hinge; tape stains to endsheets, covers, half-title; library rubber-stamping to copyright and title-pages; stains to page edges; underscoring to a few letters at preliminaries. 
The color photo-pictorial dust jacket shows some light wear, nicking, and abrasions at the edges where the library issue bro-dart had adhered, some mild glue staining to the edges of the flaps. Scarce Reginald Hill title under his Ruell pseudonym. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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509 (Hill, Reginald). Ruell, Patrick DREAMS OF DARKNESS
Woodstock, Vermont: Foul Play Press, (1991). First U.S. edition. Hardcover. Near fine copy in a near fine dust jacket. 
Hill writing under a pseudonym. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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510 (Hill, Reginald). Ruell, Patrick THE LONG KILL
Woodstock, Vermont: A Foul Play Press Boo/The Countryman Press, (1988). 0881501026 First U.S. edition, first printing: Review copy, with materials laid in. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 
The occasional pseudonym of Reginald Hill, the creator of the popular detective series featuring Dalziel and Pascoe. A suspenseful tale, in the tradition of John Buchan and Geoffrey Household, about a "retired" hitman who cannot escape his past. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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511 (Hilton, John Buxton Hilton). Greenwood, John WHAT, ME, MR. MOSLEY?
New York: Walker and Company, (1988). 0802756921 First U.S. edition. Hardcover. Tiny dot of nearly invisible stain to lower edge, else a near fine copy, in an age-toned illustrated dust jacket. 
Last of the Mr. Mosley comic mysteries penned by the late Buxton Hilton under his Greenwood sobriquet. This one involves a spate of antique frauds perpetrated shortly after the Antiques Road Show rolls through the North country town of Bagshawe Broome. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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512 (Himes, Chester). Sallis, James CHESTER HIMES: A Life
New York: Walker & Co., (2001). 0802713629 First U.S. edition: Uncorrected proof. Proof. Fine in glossy pictorial wraps. 
First published in the U.K. in 2000 by Payback Press. "In this major literary biography, acclaimed poet, critic, and novelist James Sallis explores Himes' life like never before."--publisher's blurb. Illustrated with photographs. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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513 (Hiroshige). Amsden, Dora, with the assistance of John Stewart Happer THE HERITAGE OF HIROSHIGE: A Glimpse at Japanese Landscape Art
San Francisco: Paul Elder and Company, (1912). First edition, first printing. Illustrated with prints from the Happer collection reproduced in sepia tones on coated stock inserts. Hardcover. Bookplate to pastedown, bumping to lower edges, else fine, in grained faux leather with brown debossed lettering to front, dragonfly medallion to rear cover; rice paper endsheets; textblock printed ''Oriental'' style with fore-edge folds; no dust jacket. 
Elegantly produced little treatise on the "magical impressionist" Hiroshige, the last great figure of of the Ukiyo-ye School of Japanese landscape paintings and printmaking, and his pupils. Drawn from Happer's collection. 84 pages. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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514 (Hirshberg, Glen). Link, Kelly, editor TRAMPOLINE: An Anthology
Northhampton, MA: Small Beer Press, (2003). 1931520046 First edition, first printing. SIGNED by Glen Hirshberg at his entry. Fine in illustrated glossy wraps with wraparound cover art by Shelley Jackson. 
An original fantasy anthology of twenty stories by Christopher Barzak, Richard Butner, Alan DeNiro, Carol Emshwiller, Jeffrey Ford, Karen Joy Fowler, Greer Gilman (2004 World Fantasy Award winner for this novella), John Gonzalez, Glen Hirshberg, et alia. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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515 (Hitchcock, Alfred). Knott, Frederick DIAL M FOR MURDER Advertising Campaign Booklet
1955. Very lightly rumpled, else near fine in 12''x15'' stapled wraps; printed in black-and-white on slick paper with red-and-black-and-white covers. Multiple illustrations on every page. 20 pages. 
Historic publicity guide for Hitch's only 3-D picture is loaded with variant poster styles, tag-lines and press releases, as well as offers of promotional accessories like bumper strips, marquee valances, cut-out standees, 3-D snipes, and lobby stunts. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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516 (Hitler, Adolf). Flood, Charles Bracelen HITLER: The Path to Power
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1989. 0395353122 First edition. Hardcover. Fine in a photo-pictorial dust jacket. 686 pages, twenty-three b&w photographs, notes, bibliography, and an index. 
A biography that begins at the end of World War I, when lance corporal Hitler joins the new Nazi political party that is attempting to unify the country after losing the War which caused social chaos, economic hardships, and weak political leadership. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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517 (Hitler, Adolph). GROBE DEUTSCHE KUNSTAUSSTELLUNG 1941: im Haus der Deustchen Kunst zu Munchen Juli bis auf weiteres
Munich: Verlag F. Bruckmann, 1941. First edition. Text in German. Trade Paperback. Minor wear and creasing to the spine and the edges and a tear to the fore-edge of page 23 in the notes section, else very good plus; in illustrated wraps. 97 pages of catalogue, 68 pages of b&w plates, 48 pages of advertisements and spaces for notes. 
A catalogue from a 1941 show at the Museum of German Art in Munich, which exhibits the German works that Hitler wanted to be models for future works. An interesting combination of history, art, and propaganda. Frontispiece photograph of Hitler. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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518 (Holbein, Hans). Roberts, Jane HOLBEIN
London. Bloomsbury Books. (1988). Reprint. Hardcover. Previous owner's small address label removal mark and date in ink to front pastedown, else fine in an illustrated dust jacket. Quarto. 
Over 120 illustrations, including 12 pages in full color on coated stock. The author gives a fully rounded picture of the portrait artist, draughtsman, designer of jewelry and silverware, who was the chief image-maker of the court of Henry VIII. 
Price: 17.50 USD
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519 (Holmes, J.W., editor) 9TH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF SOIL SCIENCE: TRANSACTIONS; Adelaide, Australia, 1968
New York: American Elsevier Publishing Company, Inc., 1968. First edition. In four volumes. Hardcover. A fine set in sturdy green cloth with gilt spine lettering, rules, and cover decoration; without dust jackets, housed in a worn and tape-repaired slipcase. The set appears unread. 
The Transactions include: Transport processes in soils, nutrients in soil and plant nutrition, colloidal and mineralogical properties of soils and clays, classification of soils, etc. Over 3100 pages; author indexes. Figures, tables, maps, and foldouts. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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520 (Holmes, L.P.) Stuart, Matt DUSTY WAGONS
Philadelphia/New York: J.B. Lippincott Company, (1949). First edition, first printing. Oatmeal boards with a brown covered wagon vignette to front, titles in relief on a brown panel to spine; dust jacket. Hardcover. Near fine; in a dust jacket that is heavily rubbed at the folds, faded to the spine panel, chip to upper spoine, lightly soiled and nicked, with some separation at the lower front fold. 
Colorful dust jacket art by Charles Hargens. L.P. Holmes writing under this pseudonym offers a western of "determined men, fast action and gunplay amid the color of the old West." 
Price: 35.00 USD
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521 (Hoover, Herbert). Hawley, Ellis W., editor HERBERT HOOVER AS SECRETARY OF COMMERCE: Studies in New Era Thought and Progress
Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, (1981). 0877451095 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 
Herbert Hoover Centennial Seminars: 2. This volume is a collection of papers delivered at the seminar which present a more progressive Hoover than is generally recognized. 263 pages, notes, and an index. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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522 (Hoover, Herbert). Tracey, Kathleen, compiler HERBERT HOOVER--A BIBLIOGRAPHY: His Writings and Addresses
Stanford, California: Stanford University/Hoover Institute Press, (1977). 0817925813 First edition. Hardcover. Light creases at the upper and lower spine ends, else near fine in blue cloth with titles in gilt; no dust jacket. 
202 pages including a chronology; a bibiliography of all publications; books, collections, contributions to books and periodicals, reports, testimonies, and addresses. Subject index, and an index to books and collections. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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523 (Hopkins, Gerard Manley). Hunter, Jim GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS
London: Evans Brothers Limited, (1972). 023744688X 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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524 (Hopper, Edward). Rubin, Susan Goldman EDWARD HOPPER: Painter of Light And Shadow
New York: Abrams Books For Young Readers, (2007). 0810993473 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. Oblong quarto. 
Inscribed, "To Gina, Best Wishes" and SIGNED and dated 2008 by the author to the title page. A high-quality picture book introducing the artist to young people through a biography with examples of his art illuminating the text on each page. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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525 (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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526 (Howard, Robert E.) Gianni, Gary ROBERT E. HOWARD'S BRAN MAK MORN
(Kent, England): Wandering Star, (2000). First edition, first printing: a chapbook original, one of three thousand copies printed. Fine, in staplebound illustrated cardstock wraps. Introduction by Al Williamson. 
Snatches of Howardian verse are sprinkled througout this chapbook of sketches and preliminary drawings produced by Gianni to illustrate Wandering Star's omnibus volume collecting all Howard's tales of the doomed lost race and its tragic warrior king. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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527 (Howard, Robert E.) Gianni, Gary, drawings and sketches by ROBERT E. HOWARD'S CONAN OF CIMMERIA
[Kent, England]: Wandering Star, [2003]. First edition, first printing: a chapbook original. Fine, as-new, staplebound within illustrated cardstock wraps. Oblong octavo. 
Gianni's musings about his approach to illustrating the complete CONAN for Wandering Star, with dozens of sketches and working drawings printed in b&w, including a page from an unpublished Conan comic Gianni created in 1973, THE PHOENIX AND THE SWORD. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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528 (Howard, Robert E.) Van Hise, James, editor THE FANTASTIC WORLDS OF ROBERT E. HOWARD
(Yucca Valley, California): (James Van Hise), (2001). Second printing. Large format softcover. Very fine in illustrated wraps. Large quarto. Studded with scores of b&w illustrations: reproductions of artwork from pulp and book publications, and new original art inspired by Howard. Full-color jacket art by Steve Firchow. 
A compendious collection of articles and essays about the author of the Conan series; contributions by Van Hise, Rusty Burke, Rick McCollum, and many more. 
Price: 17.95 USD
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529 (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 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. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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530 (Hubbard, L. Ron). Widder, William J. THE FICTION OF L. RON HUBBARD: A Comprehensive Bibliography & Reference Guide to Published and Selected Unpublished Works
(Los Angeles): (Bridge Publications, Inc.), (1994). 0884049361 First edition. Hardcover. As new in turquoise cloth. No dust jacket as issued. Large octavo; 373 pp. Illustrated with a gallery of photo-reproductions printed on coated stock. 
Includes a foreword by Stephen V. Whaley, a preface by Widder and an introduction by Jana Blythe. With chronologies of Hubbard's life, bibliographies, letters, critical appreciations, an introduction to BATTLEFIELD EARTH, three indexes, and more. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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531 (Hudson, Jeffery). Crichton, Michael A CASE OF NEED
(New York): A Dutton Book, (1993). 0525938028 Second printing. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 
Edgar-winning medical suspenser written by Crichton under his Jeffery Hudson pseudonym. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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532 (Hughes, Dorothy B.) Keating, H.R.F. INSPECTOR GHOTE BREAKS AN EGG
Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., (1970). First U.S. edition: Review copy, with publisher's slip laid in. Hardcover. Some pale traces of darkening at the inner hinges (glue reaction), else a fine copy in a pictorial dust jacket that shows some mild edgewear, rubbing, and sunning. 
MWA Grand Master and Edgar-winning critic Dorothy B. Hughes' copy with her SIGNATURE to front free endpaper. Quite possibly Hughes reviewed Keating's book in print...which reminds us, has anybody collected her astute genre reviews for book publication? 
Price: 45.00 USD
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533 (Hunter, Evan). McBain, Ed ANOTHER PART OF THE CITY
New York: The Mysterious Press, (1986). 0892961538 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 
A non-series thriller as Ed McBain (aka Evan Hunter, Richard Marsten, Hunt Collins, Curt Cannon, and Ezra Hannon), who legally changed his name from Salvatore A. Lombino to Evan Hunter, and is best known for the 87th Precinct and Mathew Hope series. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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534 (Hyde, Christopher). Holt, A.J. WATCH ME
New York: St. Martin's Press, (1995). 0312136145 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine copy in a fine dust jacket. 
"A model of plotting so dazzling it makes most other page-turners look positively anemic." --Kirkus Reviews. Christopher Hyde's first book as A.J. Holt. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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535 (Innes, Michael). Stewart, J.I.M. A MEMORIAL SERVICE
New York: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., (1976). 0393087514 First U.S. edition, first printing. Hardcover. A fine copy in russet cloth shelfback over tan boards; in a mildly age-toned and lightly rubbed illustrated dust jaket with front flap lower corner neatly clipped. Jacket design by Jay Y. Smith. 
Third of Stewart's "A Staircase in Surrey" quintet of novels chronicling life at Oxford. Numerous characters from the first two books, THE GAUDY and YOUNG PATULLO, reappear. Stewart wrote detective stories under the pseudonym "Michael Innes." 
Price: 25.00 USD
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536 (Innes, Michael). Stewart, J.I.M. MYSELF AND MICHAEL INNES: A Memoir
New York: W.W. Norton & Company, (1988). 0393025934 First U.S. edition, first printing: Review copy, with materials laid in. Hardcover. Fine in a very nearly fine photo-pictorial dust jacket that shows a hint of age-toning. With black-and-white photos and an index. 206 pp. 
Innes was the pseudonym for John Innes Mackintosh Stewart who wrote some fifty mystery novels. This is his autobiography detailing his life as writer and professor. Innes' most popular characters were detective John Appleby and painter Honeybath. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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537 (Irving, Clifford and Herbert Burkholz). Luckless, John THE DEATH FREAK
New York: Summit Books, (1978). First edition. Hardcover. A fine copy in a near fine dust jacket with a short closed tear to the rear panel. 

Price: 15.00 USD
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538 (Ives, Charles E.) Warren, Richard Jr. CHARLES E. IVES: DISCOGRAPHY
New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Library, (1972). 0313202567 First edition. Hardcover. Very nearly fine lettered in gilt to the spine of the blue cloth covers, with very minor wear to the lower edge and the spine head, and a distributor's insert affixed to the copyright page. No dust jacket. 
The first volume in the Historical Sound Recording Publication Series, the book lists the recordings of Ives' music, the radio and television broadcasts about Ives, and interviews and commentaries that are contained in the Charles Ives Collection at Yale. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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539 (Izraels, Jozef). Dake, C.L. JOZEF IZRAELS
Paris: Librairie Artistique Internationale, [undated]. No edition stated. An entry in the L'Art et le Beau series of monographs. Quarto. Text in French. 79 pages plus one-page ad. Hardcover. Faint rubber-stamped name and address to half-title, scattered foxing within and to page edges, mild wear and nicking to edges of covers, offsetting to rear cover, fading to spine and covers; thus very good plus; in decorative cardstock covers. 
The Dutch realist's work is represented in a frontispiece engraving protected by a decorative tissue guard, 2 four-color plates, 52 b&w reproductions on coated stock inserts of paintings and drawings, 8 margin sketches. Extensive commentary in French. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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540 (Izzi, Eugene). Gaitano, Nick MR. X
New York: Simon & Schuster, (1995). 0671500104 First edition: Review copy, with publisher's slip laid in. Hardcover. Fine in a photo-pictorial dust jacket. 
The second Jake Phillips mystery by the late Eugene Izzi appearing under the Nick Gaitano pseudonym. Jake is partnered with a veteran homicide detective for an investigation that leads him to a sex-crazed killer named Mr. X. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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541 (Izzi, Eugene). Gaitano, Nick JADED
New York: Simon & Schuster, (1996). 0684807505 First edition: Review copy, with publisher's slip and promotional card laid in. Hardcover. Fine copy in a fine dust jacket. 
The late author's third book as Gaitano is "the third in a hard-hitting, thunderously suspenseful crime series that vividly captures life on the street for Chicago's cops and criminals--and the fragile line that separates them." 
Price: 25.00 USD
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542 (Jack-the-Ripper). Ellis, Wesley LONE STAR AND THE RIPPER
New York: Jove Books, (1990). First edition: Paperback Original. Mass market paperback. Fine in pictorial wraps. 
A prostitute is brutally butchered in a chilling imitation of Jack-the-Ripper's style and the Long Star duo arrive and find themselves tracking a diabolical killer who's leaving a trail of dead beauties from St. Louis to Cheyenne. Mass market paperback. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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543 (Jackson, Andrew). Gerson, Noel B. OLD HICKORY
Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1964. First edition. Hardcover. Tiny dot of soil to front free endpaper, else a sharp, bright, fine copy in black cloth-backed russet boards; in a mildly rubbed, age-toned, faintly soiled pictorial dust jacket with portrait of Old Hickory by Robert Drew. 
Full-scale biographical novel of the fiery, outspoken backwoods-born lawyer, gambler, brawler, duellist, soldier and President, whose remarkable life and career easily outpace the inventions of mere fiction. By the popular, prolific historical novelist. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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544 (Jackson, Andrew). Sumner, William Graham ANDREW JACKSON: As a Public Man
New York, N.Y.: Haskell House Publishers, Ltd., 1968. 0838302440 Reprint. Hardcover. Foxing to upper page edges and very minor wear to edges, else near fine in pale blue-gray cloth with yellow titles to the spine; no dust jacket, as issued. 
Title page reads: "What he was, what chances he had, and what he did with them." The Yale University graduate and professor's book on Jackson's life and career which was first published in 1882. 402 pages; index. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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545 (Jackson, Stonewall). Wayland, John W. STONEWALL JACKSON'S WAY: Route-Method-Achievement
Staunton, Virginia: The McClure Printing Company, 1956. Second edition, revised. Dated and SIGNED by the author to the front endpaper. Hardcover. Near fine: bound in sturdy embossed Kingskraft cloth with a gold medallion style portait of Stonewall Jackson to the cover; printed on heavy coated stock; no dust jacket, as issued. Quarto. 244 pages; indexed. Over 180 photographs and 56 maps. 
"Photographs and maps enhance a superb text that recounts Jackson's exploits in the Valley."--Nevins II, page 247. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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546 (Jacquement, Victor). Marshall, J.F. VICTOR JACQUEMONT: Letters to Achille Chaper, Intimate Sketches of Life Among Stendhal's Coterie
Philadelphia: The American Philosophical Society, 1960. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, as-new, in blue cloth with gilt titles to the front cover and to the spine; in a fine, as-new, dust jacket. 
A collection of 100 letters that expose the thoughts and express the life of a distinguished scientist, artist, writer, political figure, musician and philosopher. Includes observations about his relationships with Stendhal and Rossini. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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547 (James, Frank and Jesse). Dacus, Hon. J.A. LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF FRANK AND JESSE JAMES THE NOTED WESTERN OUTLAWS
St. Louis: W.S. Bryan, Publisher, 1880. First edition: Advance salesman sample issue. Original ornate gilt-stamped pictorial brown cloth. Approximately 100 pages. Proof. Offsetting to the first few leaves, mild soiling and staining throughout from handling, lower corner of one internal leaf creased, some wear to the spine ends and corner tips, else an about very good copy. An extremely rare prepublication copy. 
A subscription sample book with prospectus pages selected at random from different portions of the published book, binding styles laid down to the front pastedown, sample illustrations, and 49 subscriber's signatures (in pencil) to the rear. Howes D-6. 
Price: 750.00 USD
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548 (James, Henry). Bell, Ian F.A. WASHINGTON SQUARE: Styles of Money
New York: Twayne Publishers, (1993). 0805783598 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. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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549 (James, Henry). Boren, Lynda S. EURYDICE RECLAIMED: Language, Gender, and Voice in Henry James
Ann Arbor/London: UMI Research Press, (1989). 0835720268 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. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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550 (James, Henry). Fogel, Daniel Mark DAISY MILLER: A Dark Comedy of Manners
Boston: Twayne Publishers, (1990). 0805779752 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Very fine in an illustrated dust jacket, with jacket art a detail of "A Friendly Call" by William Merritt Chase. Notes, bibliography, index. 
A literary analysis of Henry James' 1878 novel about Daisy Miller and her travels through Europe. Mr Fogel discusses the text in terms of James' use of paradox, descriptions of social conventions, and the failure of communication. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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551 (James, Henry). Gordon, Lyndall A PRIVATE LIFE OF HENRY JAMES: Two Women and His Art
New York/London: W.W. Norton & Company, (1999). 0393047113 First U.S. edition. Hardcover. Fine in a dust jacket that has been neatly price-clipped by the publisher. Illustrated with photographs reproduced on coated stock. 
Exploration of the influence on James of "two independent, fiercely intelligent women": Minny Temple and Constance Fenimore Woolson. "Imaginative, risky...a magnificent, important book."--Literary Review. Notes, bibliography, index. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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552 (James, Henry). Heller, Terry THE TURN OF THE SCREW: Bewildered Vision
Boston: Twayne Publishers, (1989). 0805780807 First edition. Twayne's Masterwork Studies #26. Hardcover. Fine in an illustrated dust jacket with detail of ''Mother and Mary'' by Edmund Charles Tarbell. 
In-depth critical analysis of James's most celebrated supernatural tale--oft filmed and staged, and oftener probed for its "insoluble ambiguity." James chronology, references, bibliography. Illustrated. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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553 (James, Henry; James, William; James, Alice). Lewis, R.W.B. THE JAMESES: A FAMILY NARRATIVE
New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, (1991). 0374178615 Book club edition. Hardcover. A fine copy in a mildly age-toned photo-pictorial dust jacket. 
Traces the origins, development, and flowering of perhaps the most outstanding intellectual family America has ever produced. Crown octavo. 675 pages, plus index. 32 pages of illustrations. 
Price: 17.50 USD
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554 (James, P.D.). Gidez, Richard B. P.D. JAMES
Boston: Twayne Publishers, (1986). 0805769242 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in rose linen with gilt titles to the spine; in a nearly fine slightly rubbed dust jacket with a short tear to the upper rear edge. Octavo. 153 pages; notes and references; selected bibliography; and index. 
A study on the crime writer who, according to popular consensus, is the successor to the mantle of Agatha Christie. This work begins with a biographical sketch and then offers a descriptive and critical analysis of all her writings from 1962-1982. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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555 (James, Will). Bell, William Gardner WILL JAMES: The Life and Works of a Lone Cowboy
Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Press, 1987. 0873584392 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, as-new, in a fine, as-new, dust jacket. IN THE PUBLISHER'S UNOPENED SHRINKWRAP! Quarto. 130 pages. Indexed. 
Foreword by A.B. Guthrie, Jr. Illustrated with photographs, drawings and reproductions of the art (many in color) by the Canadian-born artist who became an American cowboy. NEW in the publisher's original unopened shrinkwrap. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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556 (Jarrell, Randall). Jarrell, Mary, editor RANDALL JARRELL'S LETTERS: An Autobiographical and Literary Selection
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1985. 0395344050 First edition. Hardcover. Near fine in dust jacket. 
A collection of correspondences representing thirty years in the life of the noted poet, critic and novelist including letters to John Berryman, Robert Frost and other writers, as well as friends and family. Chosen by his second wife and Stuart Wright. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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557 (Jefferson, Thomas). Dos Passos, John THE SHACKLES OF POWER: Three Jeffersonian Decades
Norwalk, Connecticut: The Easton Press, (1988). A Collector's Edition issued by the Easton Press. Fine, in gilt-decorated full leather, hubbed spine, all edges gilt, decorated endpapers, satin ribbon marker. 
Originally issued by Doubleday in 1966. 426 pages, including index. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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558 (Jefferson, Thomas). Wibberley, Leonard YOUNG MAN FROM THE PIEDMONT: The Youth of Thomas Jefferson
New York: Ariel Books/Farrar, Straus and Company, (1963). 0374387125 First edition. Hardcover. Tiny nick to front cover, some general dust-soiling, else a near fine copy in pale cloth; in an age-toned illustrated dust jacket that shows some minor edgewear, a dot or two of soiling, upper rear flap corner-clipped, and one internal tape repair. 
Juvenile biography of the young Jefferson begins with his birth in 1743 and closes in 1776 when Mr. Jefferson dips his pen into his inkwell and begins to write,"When in the course of human events...." 
Price: 25.00 USD
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559 (Jenkins, Ferguson). Pashko, Stanley FERGUSON JENKINS: The Quiet Winner
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, (1975). 0399609369 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, as-new, in a fine, as-new, dust jacket. Bound in Putnam's pictorial Guaranteed Binding. 
A biography of Ferguson Jenkins, one of only four pitchers in the past fifty years to win twenty games for six consecutive years. An unread copy of this scarce book in Putnam's Sports Shelf Biography series. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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560 (Joe, Yolanda). Garland, Ardella HIT TIME
New York: Simon and Schuster, (2002). 0684873761 First edition: Review copy, with materials laid in. Hardcover. Fine in a fine illlustrated dust jacket. Jacket cover art by Sergio Barradat. 
Yolando Joe, the author of BEBE'S BY GOLLY WOW, here presents the second mystery featuring T.V. reporter Georgia Barnett written under the pen name of Ardella Garland. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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561 (Johnson, George Clayton). Nolan, William F.; Fritch, Charles E.; Matcha, Jack, editors GAMMA 1
North Hollywood, CA: Star Press, 1963. Volume One, Number One. SIGNED by the author George Clayton Johnson to the contents/title-page. Digest. Pages toned as usual, else fine, as-new, in pictorial wraps with cover art by Morris Scott Dollens. 
"The Freeway" by George Clayton Johnson (Nolan's collaborator on LOGAN'S RUN), stories by Matheson, Leiber, Beaumont, Bradbury, Ray Russell, van Vogt, Tennessee Williams, Forry Ackerman; plus an interview of Rod Serling, "Crescendo", a poem by Bradbury. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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562 (Johnson, Lyndon). Caro, Robert A. THE YEARS OF LYNDON JOHNSON: THE PATH TO POWER
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1983. 0394499735 Fourth printing. Navy cloth with gilt lettering to the front cover and spine. Hardcover. A scratch to the front cover, slight splay to the covers, shelfwear to the edges, and faint soil to the page edges, else very good plus; in a dust jacket with a scratch to the front panel. 882 pages, bibliography, notes, and an index. Large octavo. 
One hundred and five b&w plates and two maps. The first of three volumes in a detailed biography of President Johnson, tracing his life from his boyhood in Texas, through the Great Depression, and to his election as a Congressman and then Senator. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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563 (Johnson, Samuel). Greene, Donald SAMUEL JOHNSON: Updated Edition
Boston: Twayne Publishers/A Division of G.K. Hall & Co., (1989). 0805769625 First revised edition. Twayne's English Author Series, #95. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. Chronology, notes, reference, bibliography, index. Frontis-portrait of Johnson. 
Greene's revised study examines the entire range of the 18th century giant's work; separate chapters on each phase of Johnson's writing career, assessments of his moral and political attitudes, and a chapter on his continued relevance. Out-of-print. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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564 (Johnson, Samuel). Schwartz, Richard B. BOSWELL'S JOHNSON: A Preface to the "Life"
(Madison, Wisconsin): University of Wisconsin Press, (1978). 029907630X First edition. Hardcover. Fine in dust jacket. 
An ambitious modern commentary on the most famous biography ever published. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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565 (Jolson, Al). Kiner, Larry F., compiler THE AL JOLSON DISCOGRAPHY
Westport, Connecticut/London: Greenwood Press, (1983). 0313239010 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, as-new, in light blue cloth with spine titles gilt; issued without dust jacket. Octavo. 195 pages. Indexes, bibliography, and addenda. Contains many black-and-white illustrations of album covers. 
An updated version of the author's original discography published in the late 40's. Includes chronologically listed recordings (1910-1950) with annotations; indexes of 78 RPM singles, 10" LPs and 12" LPs; motion pictures; radio series; song titles; more. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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566 (Jones, Cleon & Tommie Agee). Young, A.S. "Doc" THE METS FROM MOBILE: Cleon Jones and Tommie Agee
New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., (1970). First edition, SECOND printing. Hardcover. Fine; in a price-clipped, else fine photo-illustrated dust jacket. Quarto. [147] pages; Illustrated with photographs throughout. 
From 1968-1972, Cleon Jones played for the Mets with his childhood friend Tommie Agee, who was the Mets center fielder. A duel biography, by the respected and versatile sports journalist, based on the author's interviews with both players. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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567 (Jones, Leroi). Baraka, Imamu Amiri KAWAIDA STUDIES: The New Nationalism
Chicago, Illinois: Third World Press, (1972) First edition, first printing: Review copy with publisher's slip laid in. Very nearly fine in illustrated yellow and brown stapled wraps with titles printed in black. 55 pages of essays that are direct interpretations of the doctrine (political philosophy and religion) of Kawaida, the formal teachings of Maulana Karenga. 
Baraka is an American dramatist, poet and novelist, who has explored the experience and anger of African-Americans. In the 1960s, his works became progressively more radical and involved with issues of racial and national identity. An elusive title. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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568 (Jones, Leroi). Baraka, Imamu Amiri THE MOTION OF HISTORY And Other Plays
New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1978. 0688082726 First edition, first printing: Trade paperback issue. Dated inscription, SIGNED by the author! Trade Paperback. First four pages trimmed shorter than the rest of the text (production flaw?), minor edge wear, else near fine, possibly unread in illustrated wraps. Octavo. 225 pages. 
Collects three previously unpublished plays: "The Motion of History"; "Slave Ship"; and "S-1". Introduction by the author, programs notes, and glossaries. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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569 (Jonson, Ben). Dutton, Richard BEN JONSON: To the First Folio
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (1983). 0521285968 First edition, first printing: trade paperback issue. In the series, British and Irish Authors: Introductory Critical Studies. Trade Paperback. An unread fine copy, in slick illustrated wraps that are age-toned, particularly to the rear cover. 188 pages, including index. 
Critical assessment of the career of one of the most formidable figures of English literature, the influential 17th century poet and dramatist, focusing on the greatest landmark of Jonson's career, the 1616 folio collection of his works. 
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570 (Joyce, James). Bowen, Zack MUSICAL ALLUSIONS IN THE WORKS OF JAMES JOYCE: Early Poetry Through Ulysses
Albany: State University of New York Press, 1974. 0873952480 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, in full leaf-green cloth with black spine stamping; in a fine illustrated dust jacket. 
While the author considers early works, the bulk of this volume explores the musical resonances of ULYSSES, especially as they affect the style, structure, characterization, and themes. 372 pages, including indexes, bibliography. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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571 (Joyce, James). Cope, Jackson I. JOYCE'S CITIES: Archaeologies of the Soul
Baltimore and London: The John Hopkins University Press, (1981). 0801825431 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, as-new, in baby blue cloth with white spine stamping; in an age-toned, very nearly fine, illustrated dust jacket. 
Cope analyzes the origins of Joyce's mythic structures in the archaeological discoveries that bridged Joyce's lifetime: Troy, Mycenae, and Tutankamen's tomb. 144 pages, including index. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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572 (Joyce, James). Eckley, Grace CHILDREN'S LORE IN FINNEGANS WAKE
(Syracuse, New York): Syracuse University Press, 1985. 0815623178 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, as-new, in a fine, as-new, dust jacket. 
Octavo. 250 pages; appendices, notes, bibliography, and an index. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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573 (Joyce, James). Fargnoli, A. Nicholas and Michael P. Gillespie JAMES JOYCE A TO Z: The Essential Reference to the Life and Work
New York: Oxford University Press, (1996). 0195110293 First paperback edition. Fine in slick pictorial wraps. 
Over 800 entries, including detailed synopses and publishing histories of all his works. Originally published in 1995 by Facts On File in a hardcover edition. Tall octavo. 304 pages including appendices and an index. Illustrated. Paperbound. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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574 (Joyce, James). Praeger, Richard Q. TRANSITION #2, SPRING 1981: BOOKS, PAMPHLETS AND BROADSIDES BY JAMES JOYCE
(San Francisco, California): (Transition Books), (1981). First edition: #62, one of 180 numbered, cloth-bound copies. Hardcover. Fine, in bright cyan cloth lettered in white; in a lightly rubbed dust jacket. 
522 item catalogue of Joyceana with parenthetical references to A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF JAMES JOYCE by John J. Slocum and Herbert Cahoon. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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575 (Joyce, James). Thornton, Weldon THE ANTIMODERNISM OF JOYCE'S PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN
(Syracuse, New York): Syracuse University Press, (1994). 0815626134 First edition: Trade Paperback Original. Trade Paperback. Fine in slick wraps. Notes, bibliography, index. 233pp. 
A fresh look at important psychological and cultural issues in the novel. "An important book by a major Joyce scholar."--Patrick McCarthy. "The most interesting and challenging discussion of PORTRAIT I have read in quite a while."--Richard Fallis. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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576 (Joyce, James). Thornton, Weldon ALLUSIONS IN ULYSSES: An Annotated List
Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, (1968). 0807840890 Reprint: trade paperback. Trade Paperback. Spine panel slightly faded, two mild creases to upper front corner, a very good plus, unmarked and tight in illustrated wraps. Large format paperback. 
Comprehensively annotated and detailed. 554 pages; appendix; bibliography; and index. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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577 (Kafka, Franz). Sussman, Henry THE TRIAL: Kafka's Unholy Trinity
New York: Twayne Publishers, (1993). 0805794085 First edition. Hardcover. Fine in an illustrated dust jacket, with jacket art a detail of ''Scintillating Blue'' by Hans Hofmann. Chronology of Kafka's life and works, notes and references, bibliography, index. 
Kafka's tale of bureaucratic nightmares is analyzed in its historical, psychological, and philosophical contexts. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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578 (Kapitsa, Peter). Parry, Albert PETER KAPITSA ON LIFE AND SCIENCE: Addresses And Essays Collected, Translated, and Annotated with an Introduction by Albert Parry
New York: Macmillan Company, (1968). First edition in English. Hardcover. Small remainder dot to the lower page edges and minor fading to the covers, otherwise near fine in dust jacket. 
This first publication in English of Peter Kapitsa's non-technical speeches and writings introduces to American readers the great Russian physicist. 271 pages with notes and an index. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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579 (Karloff, Boris). Barbour, Alan G.; Marill, Alvin H.; Parish, James Robert KARLOFF
(Kew Gardens, N.Y.): (Cinefax), (1969). First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in glossy illustrated stapled wraps featuring a cover drawing of Karloff by Al Kilgore. Quarto. [64] pages. 
An assemblage of portraits and in-scene stills from Boris Karloff's films, with a short two-page introduction and a complete checklist of the motion pictures of Karloff, including his serials, his narrations, his "voiceovers," and his guest "bits." 
Price: 35.00 USD
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580 (Karloff, Boris). Lindsay, Cynthia DEAR BORIS: The Life of William Henry Pratt a.k.a. Boris Karloff
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1975. 0394475798 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Mild abrasion and bumping to shelf edges, thus near fine, in gilt-lettered brown cloth shelfback over tomato-red boards, with brown upper-edge tint; in a price-clipped, otherwise fine, photo-pictorial dust jacket. Square octavo. [272] pages; filmography. 
"This chatty biography, written with the cooperation of the late actor's family, is crammed with anecdotes, personal opinions, and warm humor."--LJ. The text is buttressed with 150 photos and a complete filmography. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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581 (Karloff, Boris). Underwood, Peter KARLOFF: The Life of Boris Karloff
(New York, N.Y.): Drake Publishers, Inc., (1972). 0877492581 First U.S. edition, first printing. Hardcover. Upper spine edge slightly bumped, near fine in terra-cotta boards with gilt spine titles; in a rubbed and slightly edgeworn, very good to near fine, photo-pictorial dust jacket. Frontispiece photo of Karloff. 
Breakthrough biography of the horror icon, illustrated with b&w photos reproduced on coated stock inserts, and with an appendix of the films in which he appeared. 238 pages, indexed. 
Price: 12.50 USD
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582 (Kaufman, George S.) Mason, Jeffrey D. WISECRACKS: The Farces of George S. Kaufman
Ann Arbor,MI: UMI Research Press, (1988). First edition. Hardcover. Fine in dust jacket. 
Critical analysis of one of Broadway's most successful comic muses, author of the classic and perpetually-in-revival YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU and THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER, as well as gag-writer for the Marx Bros. Appendices, index, production photos. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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583 (Keaton, Buster). Benayoun, Robert THE LOOK OF BUSTER KEATON
New York: St. Martin's Press, (1982). 0312496958 First U.S. edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, as-new, in a fine, as-new photo-pictorial dust jacket. Folio. [207] pages, filmography. 
Oversized, lavishly illustrated tribute to the brilliant, enigmatic silent screen star, with scholarly, incisive essays by noted French film critic Robert Benayoun. More than 300 photographs reproduced in b&w from all stages of Keaton's career. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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584 (Keats, John). Marquess, William Henry LIVES OF THE POET: The First Century of Keats Biography
University Park and London: The Pennsylvania State University Press, (1985). 0271003901 First edition. Hardcover. Fine in red cloth stamped in white to the spine; in a pictorial dust jacket. Notes, bibliography, index. 
Focused on Keats, this study of the development of the literary biography in the 19th and early 20th centuries demonstrates the importance and influence of biography as a form. An earlier version was awarded the Howard Mumford Jones Prize at Harvard. 
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585 (Keillor, Garrison). Scholl, Peter A. GARRISON KEILLOR
New York: Twayne Publishers, (1993). 0805739874 Second printing. Twayne's United States Authors Series #624. Hardcover. Near fine in a fine photo-pictorial dust jacket. Notes, bibliography, index; 258 pages. 
Critical study of the radio bard, humorist, author, and creator of A Prairie Home Companion. Scholl "follows chronologically the dual career of Garrison Keillor...exploring the Minnesotan's double mastery of the arts of storytelling and writing." 
Price: 15.00 USD
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586 (Kelly, George). Hirsch, Foster GEORGE KELLY
Boston: Twayne Publishers, (1975). 0805771581 First edition. Twayne USAS #259. Hardcover. A near fine copy in blue cloth with gilt titles and decoration; no dust jacket. 138 pages, frontispiece photograph of Kelly, chronology, notes and references, selected bibliography, index. 
A volume in the Twayne United States Authors Series. The biography of the vaudeville actor and author of the plays THE TORCH-BEARERS and the Pulitzer Prize-winning CRAIG'S WIFE. Hirsch examines the plays to reveal the progression of the popular writer. 
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587 (Kendall, Sir Maurice). Stuart, Alan, editor STATISTICS THEORY AND PRACTICE: Selected Papers by Sir Maurice Kendall
New York: Oxford University Press, (1984). 0028530500 First U.S. edition. Hardcover. Very mild bump to the upper corner tips, else near fine in pebbled blue boards with gilt titles to the spine; no dust jacket. 
This memorial selection of the statistician's talented works are concentrated on the less accessible of his papers. The papers cover an extraordinary range from intricate theory to detailed application. 268 pages; tables; figures; select bibliography. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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588 (Kennedy, John Fitzgerald). Bugge, Brian K. THE MYSTIQUE OF CONSPIRACY: Oswald, Castro, and the CIA
(Staten Island, N.Y.): (Brian K. Bugge, Publisher), (1978). 0960170812 First edition, first printing: a trade paperback original. Trade Paperback. Fine, as-new, unread, in slick, illustrated wraps that betray a hint of age-toning. Cover illustration by Eric Walters. 
135 pages. Foreword by David Atlee Phillips. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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589 (Kern, Jerome). Freedland, Michael JEROME KERN: A Biography
New York: Stein and Day/Publishers, (1981). 0812827767 First U.S. edition. Hardcover. Very nearly fine in a lightly age-toned dust jacket. 
Biography of "the key composer of the American musical theatre in the 20th century."--New York Times. Illustrated with photos. 182 pages, including index. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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590 (Kerouac, Jack). Gifford, Barry & Lee, Lawrence JACK'S BOOK: An Oral Biography of Jack Kerouac
New York: St. Martin's Press, (1978). 0312439423 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 339 pages, indexed; illustrated. 
Biography of the Beat messiah in the words of the men and women who were his companions on his travels and who populate his novels, including Carolyn Cassady, William Burroughs, Malcolm Cowley, Allen Ginsberg, Gore Vidal, and others. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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591 (Kerouac, Jack). Jarvis, Charles E. VISIONS OF KEROUAC: The Life of Jack Kerouac
Lowell, Massachusetts: Ithaca Press, (1974). 0915940000 Second printing: a trade paperback. Trade Paperback. Fine, unread, as-new, in photo-pictorial wraps. Illustrated. 
"Jarvis, a close friend...is at his best--even brilliant, when he reports on conversations he had with the author: it's all there in pages of incredible dialogue, the ramblings, the expletives (undeleted), the nostalgia."--Lowell Sun. 235 pages. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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592 (King, Charles). Russell, Don CAMPAIGNING WIITH KING: Charles King, Chronicler of the Old Army
Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, (1991). 0803238770 First edition. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 187 pages; notes, bibliography of Charles King's books, and an index. Illustrations include photos and facsimiles. 
Edited by Paul L. Hedren. A long overdue study of the literary and military careers of Captain Charles King (1844-1933) who served seventy years in America's military forces and was decorated for fighting in five wars. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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593 (King, Martin Luther, Jr.) Williams, John A. THE KING GOD DIDN'T SAVE: Reflections on the Life and Death of Martin Luther King, Jr.
New York: Coward-McCann, Inc., (1970). 0698101979 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine, in gilt-lettered purple cloth shelfback over black boards; in an age-toned, else near fine dust jacket with a tiny edge tear to upper rear panel, mild edgewear. 
"Barely two years after the death of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.," Williams published this "critical look at the life and work of King that won him no shortage of disdain from King's many admirers."--Ron Netsky. 221 pages. 
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594 (King, Stephen). Bachman, Richard BLAZE
New York/London/Toronto/Sydney/Auckland: Scribner, (2007). 9781416554844 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in a fine dust jacket. 
Stephen King revised this manuscript written by the late "Richard Bachman" and wrote the foreword. The thriller features Clayton Blaisdell, Jr., a slow-thinking and hauntingly sympathetic criminal. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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595 (King, Stephen). Beahm, George STEPHEN KING COLLECTIBLES: An Illustrated Price Guide
Williamsburg, Virginia: GB Books, (2000). 1893914046 First edition, first printing: Trade paperback issue. Trade Paperback. Fine in color photo-pictorial wraps. Octavo. 384 pages. Indexed. 
From CARRIE to ON WRITING, this book provides detailed information on books by King, books about King and limited editions: the advance reading copies, proofs, trade editions and British editions. Illustrated with nearly 700 photographs. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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596 (King, Stephen). Campbell, Ramsey NEW TERRORS 1
London and Sydney: Pan Original, (1980). 0330261266 First edition: Paperback Original. Mass market paperback. A bright, fine, unread copy in color photo-illustrated wraps. Cover photography by Andrew Douglas. 
First volume in Campbell's superb contemporary horror series features originals by Robert Aickman, Manly Wade Wellman, Tanith Lee, Bob Shaw, Joan Aiken, Kit Reed, Karl Edward Wagner, Graham Masterton, Gene Wolfe, Dennis Etchison, more! 
Price: 15.00 USD
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597 (King, Stephen). Darabont, Frank THE GREEN MILE
[No place]. [No publisher], [No date]. Shooting script: final draft. 126 xeroxed 8.5 x 11 inch pages, brad-bound within official Castle Rock Entertainment/Time Warner Company cardstock covers. 
Darabont, who also directed, has SIGNED the title-page of this promotional copy of his screenplay for King's serial novel. The screenplay, the film, and supporting actor Michael Clarke Duncan were all nominated for Oscars. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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598 (King, Stephen). Morgan, Ken, chairman HORRORFEST '89: Convention Program
(Riverdale, Il.): Horrorfest Press, 1989. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in illustrated stapled black-and-white wraps. Octavo. 48 pages. Cover and internal illustrations by Brian Cooper. Photographic portraits. 
Convention program in honor of Stephen King SIGNED by every contributor Ken Morgan, Tyson Blue, Gretta M. Anderson, Paul Dale Anderson, Lisa Cantrell, Michael R. Collings, Brian Cooper, Matthew J. Costello, Ray Rexer, Bryan Moore, and Douglas E. Winter. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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599 (Kingsley, Charles). Chitty, Susan THE BEAST AND THE MONK
New York: Mason/Charter, 1975. First U.S. edition. Hardcover. Near fine in a like pictorial dust jacket that shows some very minor soiling to rear panel, and some light edgewear. Illustrated with photographs and reproductions of Kingsley's private drawings. Bibliography, index. 
Remarkable biography of the Victorian Rennaissance man, who was theologian, historian, poet, amateur scientist and author of the enduring children's fantasy THE WATER BABIES. Draws upon previously suppressed sources to limn Kingsley's hidden erotic life. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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600 (Kinnell, Galway). Calhoun, Richard J. GALWAY KINNELL
New York: Twayne Publishers, (1992). 0805739556 First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine in a fine photo-pictorial dust jacket. 
A study of the work and life of the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and author, placing him in the tradition of Theodore Roethke and Robert Lowell. 142 pages including index. 
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