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The Exile    No. 1 by Pound, Ezra  Editor - 1927

The Exile No. 1

by Pound, Ezra Editor

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Dijon, France: Maurice Darantiere, 1927. Book. Near Fine. Soft cover. First Printing of the First Edition. Fine but for mildest bumping to extremities, and slightly toned spine. Still in original glassine jacket which remains remarkably intact. An exceptional copy of this important publication. Contributions by Aldington, Hemingway, Hickok, Pound and Rodker..
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  • Publisher Maurice Darantiere
  • Place of Publication Dijon, France
  • Date Published 1927
  • Keywords Literature

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The works of Edmund Waller Esqr. in verse and prose published by Mr. Fenton
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The works of Edmund Waller Esqr. in verse and prose published by Mr. Fenton

by WALLER, Edmund (1606-1687)

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London: printed for I. Tonson in Ye Strand, 1729. First Edition. Full Calf. Near Fine+. Large 4to: [18],450,xci,[1]pp, with engraved title page, four full-page copper-engraved plates (including frontispiece portrait of Waller engraved by Vertu after Kneller), and numerous superb head- and tailpieces and historiated initials. Contemporary cambridge-style calf, sides decorated in blind and framed with rat's tooth roll, ribbed spine richly gilt in seven compartments, red morocco lettering piece gilt (chipped), plain period end papers. Near Fine or better, with light offsetting, sporadic foxing and the odd smudge, else clean and crisp throughout; joints very skillfully repaired, spine ends renewed. Provenance: signature of the bibliophile Douglas Grant in pencil to front fly-leaf. Wither to Prior 941. Grolier English 100, 27. First Collected Edition, the "most sumptuous ever published. It contains all the poems which had hitherto appeared, to which the editor has added four new . . . Waller's letter are… Read More
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Mardi: and A Voyage Thither
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Mardi: and A Voyage Thither

by Melville, Herman (1819–1891)

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2 volumes. [xii]-365 pages; [xii]-387+[8 ad] pages. Small octavo (7 1/2" x 5 1/4") Original blind stamped plum cloth, gilt title to spines, Harpers gilt logo at base of spine with yellow coated end-papers in a three quarter leather in custom made half leather over marbled boards slipcase. (BAL 13658) First American edition.Mardi (the Polynesian word meaning "the world") is Melville's first pure fiction work (while featuring fictional narrators, his previous novels were heavily autobiographical). It details (much like Typee and Omoo) the traveling's of an American sailor who abandons his whaling vessel to explore the South Pacific. Unlike the first two, however, Mardi is highly philosophical and said to be the first work to show Melville's true potential. The tale begins as a simple narrative, but quickly focuses upon discourse between the main characters and their interactions with the different symbolic countries they encounter. While not as cohesive or lengthy as Moby-Dick, it shares a similar… Read More
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WIDOWERS' HOUSES. A Comedy. First Acted by the Independent Theatre in London
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WIDOWERS' HOUSES. A Comedy. First Acted by the Independent Theatre in London

by SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD

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Henry and Co. London. 1893. FIRST EDITION. Octavo. Original blue buckram, lettered in gilt. Housed in a custom green cloth slipcase and chemise. Small bookplate to front pastedown, related bibiliographic material pasted to endpapers. Shaw's very scarce first play, published in an edition, according to Laurence, of "not more than 500" copies. It was not an overwhelming bestseller. Shaw wrote to John Lane (quoted in Laurence) that the publisher "never advertised it even once; and the sale, which was only effected by great perseverance & determination on the part of the purchasers, was 150 copies." When the publisher retired in December 1897, they ceded to Shaw 194 sets of unbound sheets, which Shaw claimed to have commissioned Sotheran & Co. to bind for him. "So few of these [in purple cloth] in the Sotheran binding have turned up, however, that it is unlikely Shaw had all of the copies bound; a considerable number must eventually have been pulped â¦" Copies in green cloth have been noted as well,… Read More
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The Woman In White
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The Woman In White

by Collins, Wilkie

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The Woman In White (1860 Harper & Brothers 1st Edition) BY WILKIE COLLINS. New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1860.[2], 260, [4, ads] pp. Publisher's brown stamped heavy cardboard boards with elaborate blind stamped Harper and Brothers cartouche on front and back boards. Ads state B. Miss Mulock spelled correctly. Used. Good- Condition. Our copy lacks it's spine. Some water-spotting noted. Please see our photos. States 1860 on the title page. In-text illustrations by John McLenan. Both pairs of chocolate brown endpapers are in good shape. Please see our photos. First American edition, second state, with first page of rear ads headed "By Miss Mulock," listing eleven titles, and verso advertising The Mill on the Floss [Gasson p. 160.] A Haycraft Queen Cornerstone, a smash success upon publication. Has become rare, like the author's gift for spellbinding tales. This book is acknowledged as creating and popularizing the detective/mystery genre in Victorian Great Britain. Will ship from Oregon.
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The Stranger
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The Stranger

by Albert Camus

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Knopf, New York, 1946. First edition. Condition: Very good in good dust jacket. Book has light toning from age, discoloration along top edges but it does not bleed onto pages. Dust jacket has several tears and nicks, creasing along spine. $2.00 indicated on dust jacket. Tan/beige cloth with maroon lettering on spine.Jacket design by Warren Chappell. Translated by Stuart Gilbert.The story of an ordinary man unwittingly drawn into a senseless murder on an Algerian beach. The classic novel of the absurd.
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I Thought I Never Could
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I Thought I Never Could

by French, Harold; Douglas Fairbanks Jr. [Forward]

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London: Secker & Warburg, 1973 First printing of the first U.K. edition. Publisher's black cloth and dust jacket with £2.50 price, Octavo, 163pp.

Douglas Fairbanks Jr.'s copy (Who wrote the forward), with his armorial bookplate on front-free-endpaper (also, loosely laid-in is an auction card for The Estate of Douglass Fairbanks, Jr.

Signed and inscribed by Harold French to Douglas Fairbanks Jr., who wrote the Foreword.

Light bump to upper board edge, else book in fine condition; dust jacket with mild edge wear, light tanning to spine, and a bit of age-toning to top edge of flaps, else dust jacket in fine condition.

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The Long Valley.

The Long Valley.

by Steinbeck, John.

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New York:: Viking Press,, 1938.. First Printing of the First US Edition. First Printing. A Near Fine copy with the usual age darkening to the front pastedown in a Very Good plus unclipped dust jacket with gentle wear to the extremities, and a short closed edge tear at the head of the spine. A collectible copy of this collection of classic Steinbeck fiction. This volume of stories collected with the encouragement of his longtime editor Pascal Covici serves as a wonderful introduction to the work of Nobel Prize winner John Steinbeck. Set in the beautiful Salinas Valley of California, where simple people farm the land and struggle to find a place for themselves in the world, these stories reflect Steinbecks characteristic interests: the tensions between town and country, laborers and owners, past and present. Included here are the O. Henry Prize-winning story The Murder; The Chrysanthemums, perhaps Steinbecks most challenging story, both personally and artistically; Flight, The Snake, The… Read More
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Last Watch of the Night: Essays Too Personal and Otherwise
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Last Watch of the Night: Essays Too Personal and Otherwise

by Monette, Paul; Winston Wilde, Armistead Maupin, Thom Gunn, Joe Keenan, Jackie Goldberg, Sharon Stricker,

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New York : Harcourt Brace and Company, 1994 First printing, stated first edition. Signed by Paul Monette directly on the title page; also signed by 12 other LGBT activists for a Los Angeles charity for Lesbian and Gay Rights:, Thom Gunn (poet, writer); Joe Keenan (writer); Jackie Goldberg (politician, teacher, former member of California State Assembly, Pink Lady--Hero of Hollywood, author of AB-205 a domestic partner benefits law); Armistead Maupin (writer, Tales of the City); Sharon Stricker (poet and activist); Patricia Nell Warren (writer and LGBT journalist); Tim Hine (teacher, actor); Winston Wilde (book's dedicatee, sexologist, psychotherapist, author); et el. Light shelf wear, else book and dust jacket in fine condition.
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South Wind
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South Wind

by Douglas, Norman

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Chicago: Argus Books, 1929. First illustrated edition. Hardcover. Three quarter red morocco and red cloth. Teg. Near fine. 2 vols. Austen, John. 288, 300 pages. 24 x 16 cm. Limited edition, one of 40 copies (this copy out of series) signed by Austen and Douglas with an original ink drawing, "A Clubland Habitué," signed by John Austen. Illustrated by Austen, 15 plates of which 5 are colored. Nepenthe, the Italian island is the fictional setting of South Wind, or Capri in light disguise. Norman was perhaps more well known for his scatological limericks rather than his Mediterranean travel works. One commentator noted, that in his day Douglas was regarded as one of the smartest things going. Part of that smartness was his keeping, for the whole of his long depraved life, one jump ahead of the law. Bright, sharp set, raised bands, spine panels lettered and decorated in gilt, marbled endapers.
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Fantastic Voyage II: Destination Brain
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Fantastic Voyage II: Destination Brain

by Asimov, Isaac

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New York: Doubleday, 1987 First printing of the stated first edition. Signed and dated by Isaac Asimov, directly on the title page, along with an inscription turned into an original rhimed poem by Asimov: "There's a certain young doctor named Art / whom people have thought of as smart, / And handsome and sporty. / He's now turning forty--- / As an oldster he'll make a new start / Isaac Asimov / 1988." Book in fine condition; dust jacket with light creasing/rubbing and wear to corners/spine ends, else fine.
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The Exile No. 4 Autumn, 1927

by Pound, Ezra, Ed

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NY: Covici Friede, 1927. First Edition . Original Wraps. Very Good -. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Red wraps w/ faded spine and chipping to bottom of spine. Gallup C719, C720, C721, C722, C723, C723a and C724 (the first 29 pp of this issue are by Pound). Also contains work by William Carlos Williams, Robert McAlmon, Zukofsky, Cournos, Rakosi, and Falkoff-Kliorin.
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The Exile No. 2, Autumn, 1927

by Pound, Ezra, Ed

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NY: Covici Friede, 1927. First Edition . Original Wraps. Near Fine. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Red wraps w/ faded spine and chipping to bottom of spine. Gallup C693, C693a, C694. Also includes work by John Rodker, Carl Rakosi, Robert McAlmon and others.
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The Exile No. 4, Autumn 1928
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The Exile No. 4, Autumn 1928

by Pound, Ezra (editor); William Carlos Williams, Robert McAlmon, Louis Zukofsky, et al

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New York: Covici Friede, 1928. First Edition. Paperback. Good. Softcover 12mo, 117pp. Good only with soil and discoloration to wraps, including large ring stain on front cover. Chipping/abrasion to the corners and spine ends with some loss to the bottom. Contents nevertheless neat and clean, an excellent working copy.
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The Exile, no. 2, Autumn 1927
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The Exile, no. 2, Autumn 1927

by Pound, Ezra, ed. Joe Gould, Carol Rakosi, Robert McAlmon, et al

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Chicago: Pascal Covici, 1927. Wraps. Good. Wraps, good copy with fading and wear to covers, light waterstaining to borders of most of the pages. With work by Pound, Rakosi, and most importantly a chapter from Joe Gould's "Oral History," a legendary project immortalized by Joseph Mitchell many years later.
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The Exile, No. 4, Autumn 1928
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The Exile, No. 4, Autumn 1928

by Pound, Ezra, ed. William Carlos Williams, Robert McAlmon, Louis Zukofsky, et al

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Chicago: Covici Friede, 1928. Wraps. Good. Wraps, good to very good, some wear, soil and rubbing to covers, erasure on front cover, water spots on rear cover, last page with crayoned name. Pound, Williams, Zukofsky, Benjamin Peret and more.
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The Exile No. 2

The Exile No. 2

by POUND, Ezra, edited by

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Chicago: Pascal Covici, 1927. Softcover. Near Fine. First edition. 12mo. Printed wrappers. Very faint stain on front wrap, else a nice, near fine copy. Includes contributions by John Ridker, R.C. Dunning, Carl Rakosi (preceding his first book by six years), Robert McAlmon, G.S. Seymour, Joe Gould, and Ezra Pound.
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THE EXILE, NO. 2, AUTUMN, 1927

THE EXILE, NO. 2, AUTUMN, 1927

by Pound, Ezra, editor

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Chicago: Pascal Covici, Publisher, 1927. Very good (faded covers--see scan; clean pages and firm binding). Contributors include Robert McAlmon, ("Truer Than Most Accoounts," 1920's Paris), Joe Gould (Wikipedia informs us that Mr. Gould was an "eccentric," and claimed to have created history's largest book, "An Oral History of the Contemporary World"; this issue of THE EXILE, includes "A Chapter" from that "work," titled "ART"), and Ezra Pound's own "interesting" take on American life and letters. Here, for example, is his "Notice to Contributors" from the last page: "Anyone attempting to contribute to this periodical ought to know at least two languages. If intending collaborators do not already know French, I suggest that they learn it first and submit manuscript after they have." 121 pages.. Soft Cover.
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The Exile No. 1, Spring 1927

by Hemingway, Ernest, et al, edited by Ezra Pound

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Printed wraps show moderate wear and soiling but no chips or tears. Internally clean but leaves age-toned. Darantiere Dijon 1927 1st Edition 12mo. 92 pp. Red wraps. First number of a short run of only four. With contributions by Pound (Part of Canto XX), and three others. Most notable is a two-line poem by Hemingway, "Neo-Thomist", misspelled "Nothoemist" and without the hand corrections in some copies, according to Hanneman (C.174). Scarce in this condition.
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The Exile No. 1, Spring 1927

The Exile No. 1, Spring 1927

by (HEMINGWAY, Ernest, Richard Aldington, Guy Hickok, and John Rodker) POUND, Ezra edited by

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Dijjon: Maurice Darantiere, 1927. Softcover. Fair. First edition. 12mo. 92pp. Paper wrappers. Fair only with chipped front wrapper that has been professionally restored, extensive chipping at the spine, and first six pages also chipped. The first issue of Pound's short-lived literary magazine that includes "Part of Canto XX," a poem from Ernest Hemingway, and contributions from Richard Aldington, Guy Hickok, and John Rodker. Interestingly, Hemingway's name is mistakenly listed as "E.W. Hemingway" on the cover when his middle name was Miller and his one-line poem, "Neo-Thomist" is also misspelled and hand corrected by Pound in each of the 500 copies that were printed. Laid in is a postcard advertising the magazine and a small slip from New York newspaper man, John M. Price. He not only inspired Pound to start the magazine, but was in charge of distributing the first issue in States and seeking out contributions for future issues.
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Red Pottage
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Red Pottage

by Cholmondeley, Mary

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Red Pottage. By Mary Cholmondeley. Copyright 1899, Harper & Brothers First Edition. 375 pages plus adverts. Used. Good- condition/ No DJ included. Plot Summary: "Red Pottage follows a period in the lives of two friends, Rachel West and Hester Gresley. Rachel is a wealthy heiress who falls in love with the weak-willed Hugh Scarlett after he has broken off an affair with Lady Newhaven (which he does not originally realize has been discovered by her husband)." Book title is taken from the bible story of Esau.
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The Lion Men of Mongo
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The Lion Men of Mongo

by Alex Raymond

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Avon, 1974. First Printing. Near Fine condition.
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Cold Mountain

Cold Mountain

by Frazier, Charles

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NY: Atlantic Monthly Press. Very Good; Light foxing to fore-edges.. 1997. Advance Review Copy. Softcover. 0871136791 . Glossy softcover binding. An advance copy of Frazier's National Book Award-winning first novel, a wonderful Civil War tale about a Confederate soldier who deserts the army after being wounded and hospitalized and tries to make his way back to his North Carolina home and sweetheart. Later made into a great movie directed by Anthony Minghella. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 267 pages .
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The Treasure Of Sierra Madre

The Treasure Of Sierra Madre

by Traven, B

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Traven, B. : The Treasure Of Sierra Madre. 1994 THORNDIKE PRESS LARGE-PRINT EDITION. Thorndike, Maine. EXLIB. Good/ No DJ if issued. ISBN0786201002. 533 pages. 5 ¾ X 8 ¾. Summary: "The story of three American adventurers who search for a lost gold mine in the mountains of Mexico. A tale of 'gold fever' and desperate greed." Basis for the Humphrey Bogart, John Houston film of the same name.
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Conquistador
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Conquistador

by Guedalla, Philip

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Guedalla, Philip: "Conquistador " 1928 First Edition, Harper & Brothers. New York and London Used. VG/ No DJ included. Attractive red boards with gilt titling on front and spine. 5 7/8 X 8 7/8. 1928 First Edition Impression A-C on copyright page. 276 pages plus adverts.. HISTORICAL FICTION.
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Plays of the Natural and the Supernatural
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Plays of the Natural and the Supernatural

by Dreiser, Theodore Herman Albert (1871-1945)

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228 pages. Small octavo (7 3/4" x 5 3/4") bound in original publisher's stiff boards with quarter brown spine and dark green lettering to spine label and cover. First edition, first issue. Theodore Herman Albert Dreiser (August 27, 1871 December 28, 1945) was an American novelist and journalist. He pioneered the naturalist school and is known for portraying characters whose value lies not in their moral code, but in their persistence against all obstacles, and literary situations that more closely resemble studies of nature than tales of choice and agency. Condition: Corners bumped and slightly chipped, spine heal rubbed, lightly soiled else about very good lacking jacket.
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The Hand of the Potter: A Tragedy in Four Acts
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The Hand of the Potter: A Tragedy in Four Acts

by Dreiser, Theodore Herman Albert (1871-1945)

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209 pages. Small octavo (7 3/4" x 5 3/4") bound in original publisher's quarter brow cloth with dark green lettering to spine and cover over green boards. First edition, second state with half-title tipped to stub. Theodore Herman Albert Dreiser (August 27, 1871 December 28, 1945) was an American novelist and journalist. He pioneered the naturalist school and is known for portraying characters whose value lies not in their moral code, but in their persistence against all obstacles, and literary situations that more closely resemble studies of nature than tales of choice and agency. Condition: Chip at front edge, spine heal bumped, lightly soiled else about very good lacking jacket.
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The Elephant's Child: Just So Stories Series
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The Elephant's Child: Just So Stories Series

by Kipling, Rudyard

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Kipling, Rudyard: The Elephant's Child, Just So Stories Series. 1942 First Edition Thus, Garden City Publishing. Beautifully illustrated by R.F. Rojankovsky. CHILDREN'S BOOK. Story Summary: "Because of his 'satiable curiosity' about what the crocodile has for dinner, the elephant's child and all elephants thereafter have long trunks." Used. VG condition/ No DJ included. Unpaged. 7 X 9 1/2
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The Sky and the Forest
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The Sky and the Forest

by Forester, C.S

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C.S. Forester: The Sky and the Forest. Little, Brown and Company, Boston. Stated First Edition First Printing Thus August, 1948. Cover price $2.75. Used. VG BOOK/VG UNCLIPPED DUST JACKET. A story of a central Africa. By C.S. Forester, author of the Admiral Hornblower series.
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Famous Sally
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Famous Sally

by Jackson, Shirley

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Jackson, Shirley: Famous Sally (1966, Stated First Printing, A Harlin Quist Book) Pictures by Chas. B. Slackman. Cover design by John Bradford. Children's book. RARE. Used. Exlib. VG/Good. Unclipped $3.35 net price dust jacket. Missing brown front free endpaper. . BY SHIRLEY JACKSON AUTHOR OF "THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE". "No one in the world knows Sally's name – and that Sally decides, must be changed. How can she make everyone in the world know who she is? Sally's imagination is equal to her determination, and she marches through all the cities of her fanciful world educating the world to her name. A charming, whimsical conceit, her story is certain to delight readers of all ages."
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