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Bradbury:  An Illustrated Life; A Journey to Far Metaphor by  Jerry Weist - Hardcover - Limited Deluxe Edition - 2004 - from Lloyd Zimmer, Books and Maps and Biblio.com

Bradbury: An Illustrated Life; A Journey to Far Metaphor

by Weist, Jerry

Condition: As New/No Jacket


Hampton Falls, NH: Donald M. Grant, 2004 195 pages, containing the first publication of "The Ghosts of Forever," and other material not included in the first edition. Number 161 of a limited edition of 350 copies signed by the author and by Ray Bradbury. Bound in a snake skin like textured bright blue cloth with silver stamped lettering and ghostly figures. Pictorial end leaves. Volume is housed in a similar clamshell case with velour lining. Both the book and the case remain As New. . Signed by Author and Subject. Limited Deluxe Edition. Hard Cover. As New/No Jacket. 4to.




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