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Sunset Gun. Poems. by Dorothy Parker - 1928

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Sunset Gun. Poems. by Dorothy Parker - 1928

Sunset Gun. Poems.

by Dorothy Parker

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New York: Boni & Liveright, 1928. Hardcover, purple paper, white cloth spine, slipcase but missing glassine. Very Good in Good slipcase/No Jacket. Signed, limited edition in slipcase, presentation copy. Purple paper is faded, and there are some small ink (?) spots on back cover, as well as a small smudge on the bottom corner of the limitation page. SIGNED limitation page with 'Dorothy Parker' in blue ink, states this edition limited to 275 copies, of which 250 are for sale. This copy is numbered in the same blue ink as 322, and the word Presentation in black ink follows. 75 pages, many unopened, printed on Boni & Liveright watermarked paper. Slipcase worn and faded, all edges rubbed, splitting at top and bottom. Label affixed to slipcase states Autographed Edition. This edition is limited to 275 numbered copies. Each copy is signed by the author. At the upper right corner is the number 322 in ink, mirroring the number on the limitation page of the volume. From the family of T. R. Smith, who was chief editor and adviser at Liveright in the 1920s. Although not indicated, this is assumed to be Smiths personal presentation copy from Parker, with the numbering extending beyond the official count. Boni & Liveright had also published Parkers first collection of verse, Enough Rope, in 1926, which was a best-seller full of her light verse and savage wit; Smith was responsible for Enough Rope, as well as other prominent works. This is Parkers second volume of verse, collected from poetry originally printed in the New Republic, New Yorker, Nation, Life, and other periodicals of the day. Many are her best-known works of love, bitterness, and betrayal, and contain her signature sardonic wit. Parkers verse was her most transparently autobiographical form of expression, and according to one biographer, Taken together, all of her poems amounted to a kind of diary of shifting moods, most of them ranging from black to blue. Sunset Gun was published in May 1928, soon after her divorce from Eddie Parker was finalized and shortly before an appendicitis landed her in the hospital. Liveright printed a large first run of 10,000 as well as the limited edition of 250, which sold for $7.50. The title was changed from Songs for the Nearest Harmonica to the darker-sounding Sunset Gun, which refers to the cannon fired at the end of the day while the flag is lowered. The volume is dedicated to Ivy League playboy John Garrett, her love affair at the time. Dorothy Rothschild Parker, 1893-1977, was an American poet, short story writer, critic and satirist, known for her cutting wisecracks. She was a founding member of the Algonquin Round Table, an early contributor to the New Yorker magazine, and worked as a screenwriter in Hollywood for many years.
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  • Date Published 1928
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SHENANDOAH

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1941. SCHWARTZ, Delmore. SHENANDOAH. Norfolk, CT: New Directions, (1941). "Poet of the Month" series. First edition. This verse drama deals with a family's quarrel over the naming of a son, Shenandoah Fish, which is obviously analogous Schwartz's name, about which he was quite sensitive. Inscribed to the poet Theodore Morrison. "Ted, from Delmore, October 1941." Illustrated by Frederico Castellon. Printed by George Hornby at The Domesday Press, New York City. 28 pp. 8vo., plain paper wrappers, wire saddle stitch. In a dark blue dust jacket, illustrated on the upper wrapper in grey-blue. Internally clean and fine; however, the dust jacket is sunned at perimeters and on the lower panel, with some light edgewear. Inscribed copies by Schwartz are uncommon, and this is a very good copy, inscribed by him.
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Oxford and Cambridge Miscellany Poems
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London: Printed for Bernard Lintott, 1708. First Edition. Hardcover. [16], 400pp. Pages 39, 48 and 336 are misnumbered (respectively 36, 84 and 363). Modern brown mottled calf over mottled boards. Engraved frontispiece by Michael Van der Gucht, head-pieces and initials. Contributions by Elijah Fenton, Sir John Denham, Lord Halifax, Lord Orrery, John Dryden, Thomas Otway and many others. Includes An Extempore upon a Faggot, here attributed probably erroneously to Milton. Previous owner's name on the flyleaf, old stain to upper edge of the first few leaves, two old mends to two of the leaves. Text block is mostly clean with light toning. A bright, very good+ copy. ; Octavo.
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Impressions of America, During the Years 1833, 1834, and 1835 [Signed]
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Impressions of America, During the Years 1833, 1834, and 1835 [Signed]

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London: Richard Bentley, 1836. Signed first edition. 2 volumes finely bound in crimson 3/4 morocco by Stikeman with raised bands and gilt titles. Power's autograph signature bound in. Published London: Richard Bentley, 1836. Large 8vo., 6" x 9", xv+440pp.; vi+408pp., with half titles and frontispieces etched by Hervieu present. Marbled boards and endpapers, top edge gilt. Name plate of noted collector Benjamin DeForest Curtiss on front pastedown of each volume. Power was a well known Irish comedian, actor and author. He toured the Eastern U.S. extensively and was lost at sea returning home from his last tour of 1841. He was great-grandfather of the Hollywood actor of the same name. Pages clean and bright white, page block crisp. Minor rub/scuff at extremities. A fine set in an elegant binding.. Signed. 1st. Hard. Fine/No Jacket, As Issued. 8vo.
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Lycophronis Chalcidensis Alexandra. Poëma obscurum. J. Meursius recensuit et libro commentario...
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1599 Lycophron Alexandra Greek Poem Byzantine Mythology Scaliger Meursius ELZEVIR

Lycophron was Greek poet whose poem 'Alexandra' one of very few surviving works of the Hellenistic poet. This poem tells the prophetic stories of Cassandra in Greek mythology and the fortunes of city of Troy and Trojan heroes. This poem was one of the earliest written accounts of Alexander the Great with references to his uniting Asia and Europe as a world power.

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Lycophronis Chalcidensis Alexandra. Poëma obscurum. J. Meursius recensuit et libro commentario illustravit. Altera editio aucta et innovata. Accessit J. Scaligeri ... versio centum locis emendatior
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One Evening's Talk on the Hyakunin Isshu (Hyakunin Isshu Hitoyogatari)...
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One Evening's Talk on the Hyakunin Isshu (Hyakunin Isshu Hitoyogatari) 百人一首一夕話(ひゃくにんいっしゅひとよがたり)

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1833 Japanese Samurai Poetry Hyakunin Isshu Waka Edo Oishi Matora of Nagoya

A rare, 19th century Japanese woodblock print of "Hyakunin Isshu Hitoyogatari" by Oishi Matora. Oishi Matora of Nagoya was a student of Hokusai. "Hyakunin Isshu Hitoyogatari" is a classical Japanese anthology of one hundred Japanese waka by one hundred poets. The most famous and standard version was compiled by Fujiwara no Teika. Waka poetry from the Heian period which became very popular in Japan from the 16th century with this work becoming one of the most important literary works on poetry from the Edo period. The work contains calligraphy, notes and anecdotes on waka poetry by Ōzaki, Masayoshi.

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1941. SCHWARTZ, Delmore. SHENANDOAH. Norfolk, CT: New Directions, (1941). "Poet of the Month" series. First edition. This verse drama deals with a family's quarrel over the naming of a son, Shenandoah Fish, which is obviously analogous Schwartz's name, about which he was quite sensitive. Inscribed to the poet Theodore Morrison. "Ted, from Delmore, October 1941." Illustrated by Frederico Castellon. Printed by George Hornby at The Domesday Press, New York City. 28 pp. 8vo., plain paper wrappers, wire saddle stitch. In a dark blue dust jacket, illustrated on the upper wrapper in grey-blue. Internally clean and fine; however, the dust jacket is sunned at perimeters and on the lower panel, with some light edgewear. Inscribed copies by Schwartz are uncommon, and this is a very good copy, inscribed by him.
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Oxford and Cambridge Miscellany Poems
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London: Printed for Bernard Lintott, 1708. First Edition. Hardcover. [16], 400pp. Pages 39, 48 and 336 are misnumbered (respectively 36, 84 and 363). Modern brown mottled calf over mottled boards. Engraved frontispiece by Michael Van der Gucht, head-pieces and initials. Contributions by Elijah Fenton, Sir John Denham, Lord Halifax, Lord Orrery, John Dryden, Thomas Otway and many others. Includes An Extempore upon a Faggot, here attributed probably erroneously to Milton. Previous owner's name on the flyleaf, old stain to upper edge of the first few leaves, two old mends to two of the leaves. Text block is mostly clean with light toning. A bright, very good+ copy. ; Octavo.
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Impressions of America, During the Years 1833, 1834, and 1835 [Signed]
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Impressions of America, During the Years 1833, 1834, and 1835 [Signed]

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London: Richard Bentley, 1836. Signed first edition. 2 volumes finely bound in crimson 3/4 morocco by Stikeman with raised bands and gilt titles. Power's autograph signature bound in. Published London: Richard Bentley, 1836. Large 8vo., 6" x 9", xv+440pp.; vi+408pp., with half titles and frontispieces etched by Hervieu present. Marbled boards and endpapers, top edge gilt. Name plate of noted collector Benjamin DeForest Curtiss on front pastedown of each volume. Power was a well known Irish comedian, actor and author. He toured the Eastern U.S. extensively and was lost at sea returning home from his last tour of 1841. He was great-grandfather of the Hollywood actor of the same name. Pages clean and bright white, page block crisp. Minor rub/scuff at extremities. A fine set in an elegant binding.. Signed. 1st. Hard. Fine/No Jacket, As Issued. 8vo.
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Lycophronis Chalcidensis Alexandra. Poëma obscurum. J. Meursius recensuit et libro commentario...
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1599 Lycophron Alexandra Greek Poem Byzantine Mythology Scaliger Meursius ELZEVIR

Lycophron was Greek poet whose poem 'Alexandra' one of very few surviving works of the Hellenistic poet. This poem tells the prophetic stories of Cassandra in Greek mythology and the fortunes of city of Troy and Trojan heroes. This poem was one of the earliest written accounts of Alexander the Great with references to his uniting Asia and Europe as a world power.

This 1599 Elzevier edition was edited with commentary by Joannes Meursius and his instructor Joseph Scaliger, who was well known for his commentary and critical notes of classic texts such as Aristotle, Julius Caesar, and the New Testament.

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Lycophronis Chalcidensis Alexandra. Poëma obscurum. J. Meursius recensuit et libro commentario illustravit. Altera editio aucta et innovata. Accessit J. Scaligeri ... versio centum locis emendatior
Lugduni Batavorum: ex officinâ Ludovici Elzevirii, 1599.

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One Evening's Talk on the Hyakunin Isshu (Hyakunin Isshu Hitoyogatari)...
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One Evening's Talk on the Hyakunin Isshu (Hyakunin Isshu Hitoyogatari) 百人一首一夕話(ひゃくにんいっしゅひとよがたり)

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1833 Japanese Samurai Poetry Hyakunin Isshu Waka Edo Oishi Matora of Nagoya

A rare, 19th century Japanese woodblock print of "Hyakunin Isshu Hitoyogatari" by Oishi Matora. Oishi Matora of Nagoya was a student of Hokusai. "Hyakunin Isshu Hitoyogatari" is a classical Japanese anthology of one hundred Japanese waka by one hundred poets. The most famous and standard version was compiled by Fujiwara no Teika. Waka poetry from the Heian period which became very popular in Japan from the 16th century with this work becoming one of the most important literary works on poetry from the Edo period. The work contains calligraphy, notes and anecdotes on waka poetry by Ōzaki, Masayoshi.

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Sunset Gun [Hardcover] Parker, Dorothy

by Parker, Dorothy

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Sunset Gun Poems

by Parker, Dorothy

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Garden City, New York: The Sundial Press, 1941. First Sundial Edition. Hardcover. VG Very Good/VG Very Good. Demy octavo, [20cm/8inches], full gilt-embossed ebony clothcloth w/ mylar-protected dust jacket, pp. 75. Please feel free to inquire as to particulars and/or additional photographs. ... The N. Y. World noted: "Oh What Beauty and oh what fun in Dorothy Parker's Sunset Gun." In all 58 "sparkling" pieces of verse.
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SUNSET GUN POEMS

by Parker, Dorothy

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NY 1928 1st Boni and Liveright. Sm.8vo., 75pp., hardcover. VG, spine fade, no DJ.
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Sunset Gun. Poems.

Sunset Gun. Poems.

by Parker, Dorothy

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New York.: Boni & Liveright., 1928.. First edition, second printing.. Hardcover. . Fine copy (lettering on spine faded).. Octavo. . Very scarce in this condition. Author's second book..
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Sunset Gun. Poems

Sunset Gun. Poems

by PARKER, Dorothy

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New York: Boni & Liveright, 1928. First. hardcover. fine. 75 pages. Small slim 8vo. Handsomely rebound in 1/2 black morocco over marbled boards, t.e.g. New York: Boni & Liveright, 1928. First Edition. Fine.<br/><br/>
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Under Fire
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Under Fire: An American Story

by North, Oliver L

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Harpercollins, 1991. First edition, as stated, first printing . Hardcover. Fine/near fine. r. 446 pp. This is a rare first edition copy signed by both Oliver North and William Novak. North's inscription, "Margo and Sam, all the best," appears in blue ink on the half title page with North's signature and the date "3 Nov 91" and Novak's signature in black ink. Dust jacket slightly wrinkled at top of spine. Free USPS tracking with every US order. Ships from MA.
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A New History of Japanese Cinema:  A Century of Narrative Film
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A New History of Japanese Cinema: A Century of Narrative Film

by Standish, Isolde

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New York: Continuum, 2006. 8vo size trade paperback with black and white photo illustrated cover; 414 pages From back: "Cinema, which first arrived in Japan in 1896 with the Kinetoscope prototype, came at the very time that Japan was transforming its economic base and society into that of a major international power. The first cinema, the Asakusa Denikikan, was opened in Tokyo in 1903 and within 13 years 300 cinemas had sprung up throughout the country... (The author) focuses on the historical development of Japanese film, illustrated by a series of typical Japanese film posters. She details an industry and an art form shaped by the competing and merging forces of traditional culture and of economic and technological innovation." Edgewear, creases to bottom and bottom and top corners of front cover, soil on bottom and light soil to outside pages. We note pencilled underlining on at least 29 pages and pencilled marginalia on at least three pages and four creased page corners. Quotes… Read More
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Old Bones
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Old Bones

by Elkins, Aaron J

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New York, NY, U. S. A.: Mysterious Press, 1987. Fine in Near Fine jacket Signed by Author A Gideon Oliver Mystery, SIGNED on title pg. Edgar Award winner best mystery npc 197pp.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine.
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Starting With Flags : Forty-Three Drawings
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Starting With Flags : Forty-Three Drawings

by Parker, Kingsley

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New York: Private Printing. Fine with no dust jacket. 1976. Limited Signed Edition. Softcover. The artist's abstract and quite varied series of 43 drawings of flags, all printed monochrome on the recto of pages. Kingsley Parker has been exhibiting and represented by galleries since the mid-1970s and has a work in the collection of the Museum Of Modern Art in New York, NY. The artist is quite active with new works. Signed in ink "K. Parker/1976 ©" in the front matter where Parker explains his motivation for drawing the series of abstract flags. Copy 158 of a limited edition of 600, numbered in the colophon. Approximately 44 pages, unpaginated. Printed on fine, machine-made paper in brown wraps. The title and a flag drawing are framed on the front cover. In absolutely clean, Fine condition. ; Drawings; Square 24mo 5" - 6" tall; 44 pages; Signed by Artist .
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Metaverse

Metaverse: An AR Enabled Guide to VR & AR

by Charlie Fink

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Charlie Fink, who covers VR & AR for Forbes, brings thirty-five years of experience as an entertainment and technology executive to what he calls "the greatest business and technology story of our time". He and his collaborators have created a guide to emerging VR & AR that is engaging to professionals, accessible to non-technical readers, and relentlessly entertaining to everyone. The book features original character animation, presented through our free app, "Fink Metaverse", available in the App Store and Google Play.This copy is elaborately inscribed to a fan by Fink from SW/SX in 2018."The Bible for VR & AR is an AR Book. I love this idea!" - Nolan Bushnell, Founder of Atari"The most entertaining non-fiction book about computers ever written." - Ted Leonsis, Vice Chairman Emeritus of AOL"A must read for anyone concerned about where the future is headed." - Alvin Graylin, President HTC Vive, China"Charlie gets that blending the physical and digital worlds in mixed reality is the future of… Read More
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Songs From Appledore
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Songs From Appledore

by Oscar Laighton

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RARE. Collectible: 1916. Signed by the author. Cambridge MA: University Press. Very Good. Hardcover. Light soil to green cloth covered boards with gilt stamped title, author's name, and design. A bright solid, book - 27 pages; Inside covers are sunned. Pages clean and bright. Frontspiece. "View from Mrs. Thaxter's Garden Gate. 29 illustrations. Small book: 7" x 5"
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Grant Wood and Marvin Cone : Artists of an Era
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Grant Wood and Marvin Cone : Artists of an Era

by Hazel E. Brown

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Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1972. Hardcover. First Edition (stated). Flat signed and dated by author on FFEP and Inscribed by author to a friend on half-title page. Near Fine book in a Very Good jacket. Interior pristine except for author's inscription and signature. Spine straight and tight. Jacket shows light rubbing, light chipping at spine head, and light reading wear to edges. Not from a library. No remainder mark. Not clipped. xi + 150 pages. illus. A reflection of the relationships of two artists -- Grant Wood (1891-1942) and Marvin Cone (1891-1965) -- with the community of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. A loving biography by a woman who knew them both. Laid-in are two letters to the editor of the Cedar Rapids Gazette; one from Woods' sister, and another from a friend of Woods and the author.
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Scientific wonders of the atomic age.

Scientific wonders of the atomic age.

by Taylor, John W.R., editor.:

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London, Ariel Productions, c 1955.. Foreword by Sir John D. Cockcroft. Includes "High-speed flight" by Neville Duke, and "Rockets and Space flight" by Wernher von Braun. Large hardback in very good condition in a very good unclipped dustwrapper.
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Civil War England.

Civil War England.

by Young, Peter.:

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ISBN 13
9780582502864
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0582502861
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London, Longman, 1981.. 1st edition. Concentrates on the military aspects of the war, including the soldiers, arms and armour, the battles, and siege warfare. Longman Travellers Series. There is a small stamp on the front endpaper, otherwise in very good condition in a very good unclipped dustwrapper.
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by CRUMLEY, James

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  • Paperback
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Original Wraps
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First Edition
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Paperback
ISBN 13
9780394735580
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0394735587
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NY: Vintage, 1986. FINE condition in FINE illustrated wraps. SOFTCOVER. 1986. FIRST Vintage Books Edition, January 1986. SIGNED ~ INSCRIBED ~Ruth & Al / Hope to be in the / neighborhood soon / Thanks / Jim Crumley ~ AS NEW, square and tight, UNREAD. Page edges starting to tan, miniscule crease to upper front corner, else FINE. Featuring Milodragovich. SIGNED by James Crumley.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Soft Cover. Fine/Original Wraps.
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