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The Prosperous Few and the Restless Many (Real Story Ser.)
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The Prosperous Few and the Restless Many (Real Story Ser.)

By Chomsky, Noam

Monroe, ME, U.S.A.: Odonian Press, 1994. Interviewed by David Barsamian. Norm Chomsky is professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 95 pp includes index. One of the Real Story Series. Softcover has min wer to edges, very bright and clean, no creases. No former owner's name. Text is very clean and tight. A nice copy. Third Printing. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. 7 x 4 1/4.

$6.00

Willa Cather's Imagination

By Stouck, David

Lincoln, NE, U.S.A.: University of Nebraska Press, 1975. 253 pp includes index.Demonstrates the unusual range and depth of Willa Cather's imagination through examination of modes, forms, and themes. Also looks at Cather's life and art. DJ has a new mylar cover, spine label, Bac k flap has been clipped to accomodate pocket. Grey linen binding is in excellent condition. Usual library stamps and pocket. Date due has been removed. Text is clean and unmarked. A good usable copy with fair designation only because of ex-library status.. HC and DJ. Fair - Good/Fair. 9 x 5 3/4.

$10.00

The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone

By Tennessee Williams

Toronto: Signet, 1961 Paperback. Third Printing. 7 1/10 x 4 1/5. 128 pp. This Signet edition, complete and unabridged. Originally cost 50 cents. Cover has photo from film: Vivien Leigh, Warren Beatty in bed. The brilliant story of a fading actress who seeks her lost youth in an affair with an Italian gigolo; her destruction. Second colour photo of the actors sitting at a table on rear cover. Cover has slight wear to lo wer edge and corners, but no tears, creases or soiling. Bright, tight and clean. Text as new. Contains 8 full page annotated b/w photos from the film. Inside rear cover has bookstore stamp and 3 date s . This is an exceptionally good copy of this interesting edition. Overall cond: v. good..

$5.00

14 for Tonight

By Steve Allen

N.Y.: Dell, 1955. 160 pp. "14 stories-some hilarious, some frankly sexy, some grim and macabre - but all establishing Steve Allen, in one giant step, in the first rank of American writers." Original price $.35. Softcover has some edge rubbing and faint creasing. No former owner's name. Text is clean and unmarked.. Mass Market Paperback. Good.

$5.00

Thoughts for Johnny

By Ian Stuart

Birmingham, Alabama: Vulcan Press, 1954. 260 pp. Signed by author on front free endpaper.".through the medium of this book.the old schoolmaster enters you home and sets himself down with you and your youngsters for a friendly chat about what has made America great - faith in Gad, freedom to work." DJ has some wear to edges - some small chips at spine and a wee chip from top edge. Looks good in new mylar cover. Not price clipped. Grey blue cloth on boards binding has bumps to corners and some rubbing along bottom edge. Clean, silver lettering is bright. No former owner's name. Text is very clean, tight and unmarked.. Signed by Author. Revised 3rd Edition. HC and DJ. Good/Fair - Good.. 9 1/4 x 6 1/4.

$22.00