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1 Ford, Ford Madox A MAN COULD STAND UP
New York: Albert and Charles Boni, 1926. First U.S. edition. Hardcover. Minor wear to the extremities, else a bright, near fine copy in black cloth embossed in green; in dust jacket that shows very light rubbing and nicking, fading to spine panel and upper edges, and a tiny patch of stain to front panel. 
Third volume in Ford's monumental, panoramic PARADE'S END tetralogy. A nice copy, unusual in jacket. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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2 Ford, Ford Madox; with introductions by Robert Lowell & Kenneth Rexroth BUCKSHEE
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Pym-Randall Press, (1966). First edition. One of 250 clothbound unnumbered copies (50 were numbered and signed) of a total of 1000 copies issued. Hardcover. Fine in blue cloth with spine titles gilt; in an attractively illustrated dust jacket with mild wear and fading to the spine. Slim octavo. [xxii]; 27 pages. 
These poems, written in the period 1930-1936, were originally published in COLLECTED POEMS OF FORD MADOX FORD in 1936, and are published separately here for the first time; with introductions by the poets Robert Lowell and Kenneth Rexroth. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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3 Ford, Ford Madox THE BROWN OWL: A Fairy Tale
New York: George Braziller/A Venture Book, (1966). First U.S. edition. First issued in 1892 from T. Fisher Unwin. Hardcover. Fine in fuchsia cloth decorated with white owl drawing to front cover; in price-clipped, color-pictorial dust jacket that shows some mild rubbing and edgewear. 
An unconventional fairy story by the noteworthy British novelist, author of THE GOOD SOLDIER. Line drawing illustrations and jacket art by Grambs Miller. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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4 Ford, Ford Madox; Miller, Grambs, illustrator THE QUEEN WHO FLEW: A Fairy Tale
New York: George Braziller, (1965). First U.S. edition. A Venture Book. Hardcover. A very narrow panel of offsetting to endpapers, else near fine in wheat-colored decorated cloth; in price-clipped illustrated dust jacket which is lightly edgeworn, and shows a shadow where publisher's sticker has been removed from front panel and spine. 
The imporant novelist, author of THE GOOD SOLDIER, also published several books of fairy tales, from which this tale of young Queen Eldrida and her only friend, a bat, has been drawn. Black-and-white illustrations in a faux na´ve style by Grambs Miller. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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