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1 Caldwell, Erskine A HOUSE IN THE UPLANDS
New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, (1946). First edition, first printing. So stated on copyright page. Hardcover. Very faint darkening to endsheets, else fine, in green cloth with silver lettering and rules; in a near fine, illustrated dust jacket showing some minor nicking and edgewear, jacket art bright and vivid. 
"Charming, sulky, violent-tempered, Grady, the last of a long line of proud and pampered aristocrats, emerges as one of the most fascinating and pitiful characters of modern fiction."--jacket blurb. Novel of the decay of the Southern gentry. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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2 Caldwell, Erskine KNEEL TO THE RISING SUN and Other Stories
New York: The Viking Press, 1935. First edition, signed, limited issue: #177 of 285 numbered copies SIGNED by the author. Hardcover. Some inevitable mild darkening to endsheets, else fine, in clay-colored textured cloth with gilt-lettered black leather paste-on labels to front cover and spine, gold satin ribbon marker; lacking the slipcase. 
"A collection of character sketches and incidents in the lives of rural poor Southerners" (Daniel S. Burt), from the author of GOD'S LITTLE ACRE. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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3 Caldwell, Erskine; illustrated by Ben Wohlberg THE DEER AT OUR HOUSE
New York: Collier Books, (1966). B000BB0LGQ First edition, first printing. A Beginning Reader. Hardcover. Dark spotted soiling to fore-edge of pages, else about near fine, in pictorial boards; in a very good plus dust jacket with heavy wear at the flap folds, edgewear, a short closed tear to lower front. 
A little fawn walks out of the woods and into the middle of Mommie's flower garden, and Tom and Vivi are delighted. Slender, illustrated yarn from the author of GOD'S LITTLE ACRE and TOBACCO ROAD--set in the California foothills. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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4 Caldwell, Erskine TOBACCO ROAD
(Shelton, Connecticut): (The First Edition Library), No date. Facsimile edition: Faithfully reproduced from the first edition published in 1932 by Charles Scribner's Sons. Hardcover. Fine; in a nearly fine dust jacket with barely noticeable, short tears to the shelf edges; housed in a fine slipcase. 
The author's first major success was TOBACCO ROAD, about the Lesters, poor white farmers struggling to eke out an existence in the Deep South. Succesfully adapted for the stage; a much bowdlerized film version, directed by John Ford, appeared in 1941. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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