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Last Canadian

by Heine, William C.

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1976
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First British Edition
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9780709154488
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London: Robert Hale and Company. Hardcover. 0709154488 "Eugene Arnprior is one of a few thousand survivors after an uncontrolled plague strikes Canada and the United States. His family becomes a modern Swiss Family Robinson in northern Quebec, then becomes a pawn in a dramatic confrontation between Britain and Russia." - dust jacket. 224 pages. 8" x 5".… Read more
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Kurt Vonnegut: A Comprehensive Bibliography

by Pieratt, Asa B.; Huffman-Klinkowitz, Julie; Klinkowitz, Jerome

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Published
1987
Condition
Good
Edition
First Edition
ISBN
9780208020710
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USA: Archon Books. Hardcover. 0208020713 pp. xxiv, 289. "The most complete coverage possible of Kurt Vonnegut's literary career. Brings together all the published material both by and about Vonnegut from 1950 through 1985 in a manner which will answer the needs of scholars, critics, students, and book collectors." - Preface. Printed upon alkaline paper. Brilliant gilt… Read more
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Mad Heroes. Skeletons And Sketches Of The Eastern Front

by TENENBAUM, JOSEPH

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Published
1931
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First Edition
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New York: Alfred Knopf. Hardcover. B0018E20VE pp. [2], 2-226. 19.5 x 13.5 cm. A book of short stories about World War I. Tenenbaum [1887-1961] was born in Poland and moved to the U.S. in 1920. An eminent physician and Zionist leader, he wrote several other books on women, sexuality, and Jewish topics. Binding toght. … Read more
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The Cosmopolitan, An Illustrated Monthly Magazine, November [Nov.] 1900, Vol. XXX, Number 1

by Jack London, H.G. Wells, et al

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1900
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First Edition
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Irvington, New York: Cosmopolitan Magazine. Single Issue Magazine. This very special issue contains two items of major significance. Jack London's prize-winning "What Communities Lose by the Competitive System" appears here for the first time on pages 58-64. This is immediately followed by Part I of "The First Men in the Moon" by H.G. Wells on pages 65-80.… Read more
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The Hermit of Black Rock Island: A One-Act Verse Play

by Salerno, Salvatore [Signed; Salisbury], Inscribed to Ralph

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Published
1981
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First Edition
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USA: Self-Published. Paperback. Signed and inscribed by author inside front cover to poet Ralph Salisbury [1926-2017] Laid-in is a lengthy legal-size one-page, two-sided handwritten letter from Salerno to Salisbury. [24] page stapled booklet. Bits of brown soiling to front cover otherwise unmarked with light wear. . Good. 1981. First Edition.
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Address Unknown

by Taylor, Kressmannn [[Taylor, Kathrine Kressmann]; Burnett, Whit [Foreword]

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Published
1939
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Good
Edition
Third Printing
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New York: Simon and Schuster. Hardcover. A prescient series of fictional letters, spanning sixteen months between 1932 and 1934, between a Jewish art dealer in San Francisco and his gentile business partner who has returned to Germany in the formative years of the Nazi regime. First published in Story magazine in 1938. The magnum opus of Kathrine… Read more
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The Adventures of King Pausole

by Louys, Pierre.

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Published
1926
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Good
Edition
Limited Edition - Numbered Copy
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USA: The Pierre Louys Society. Hardcover. B00124E3ZG xv, [1], 327 pages. Includes all ten color illustrations of nymphs in various settings. Copy number 456 of 930 copies offered in this edition. Average wear to publisher's blue cloth decorated in gilt. Binding intact. Dust jacket not included. Faint peeling inside front board where a label… Read more
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Les Jeux Sont Faits

by Sartre, Jean-Paul

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Published
1990
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Very Good
Edition
Reprint
ISBN
9780415017145
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London: Routledge. Paperback. 0415017149 lxii, 161 pages. Text in French. Lengthy Introduction in English. In this enigmatic parable, death transforms Sartre's hero and heroine from vital participants in their respective situations into impotent onlookers. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A quality copy. . Very Good. 1990. Reprint.
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Boa Constrictor

by Franko, Ivan

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Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House. Hardcover. B000YQC85U 294 pages. Text in English. A compilation of grim fictional tales centred on the 1800's poverty of Borislav, a small community in the western Ukraine where oil and paraffin were gruelingly mined by hand. Ivan Franko [1856-1916] was a prominent Ukrainian author. Moderate wear to publisher's decorated brown cloth.… Read more
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The Handmaid's Tale

by Atwood, Margaret Eleanor

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Published
1986
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Very Good
Edition
First American Edition
ISBN
9780395404256
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Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Hardcover. 0395404258 First printing of the American edition. "An accomplished novel so powerful as to shut out events in the real world, while answering forever the question of whether there is such a thing as a woman's novel." - Judith Rossner. 311 pages. Book clean and unmarked with light wear. Tight and… Read more
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The Camp of the Saints

by Raspail, Jean

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Published
1975
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Fair
Edition
First English Printing
ISBN
9780684142401
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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. Hardcover. 0684142406 311 pages. First English printing of the 1973 French first edition. "A chilling novel about the end of the white world." - dust jacket. "The 'Brave New World' of the 70's. I am still haunted by the drama and suspense and horror of that armada!" - Germaine Bree. … Read more
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Address Unknown, in Story Magazine, September - October [Sept. - Oct.] 1938, Vol. XIII, No. 73

by Kressmann, Taylor [Taylor, Kathrine Kressmann]

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Published
1938
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First Edition
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New York: Story Magazine, Inc.. Single Issue Magazine. First appearance of this prescient series of fictional letters, spanning sixteen months between 1932 and 1934, between a Jewish art dealer in San Francisco and his gentile business partner who has returned to Germany in the formative years of the Nazi regime. Simon & Schuster published the first book edition… Read more
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Henry David Thoreau: A Reference Guide, 1835-1899 (Reference Publication in Literature)

by Borst, Raymond R.

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Published
1987
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Good
Edition
First Edition
ISBN
9780816188222
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Boston: G K Hall. Hardcover. 081618822X xiv, 147 pages. Index. "Carries the writings about Henry David Thoreau from the first discovered notice of his name in public print through to the last day of the nineteenth century." - Preface. Former library copy with usual markings and moderate wear to publisher's maroon cloth. Binding tight. A… Read more
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Liberty Magazine - America's Best Read Weekly, December [Dec.] 17, 1932, Vol. 9, No. 51: Congressional Expense Accounts Examined

by Wayman, Dorothy; Doherty, Edward; Blackledge, W.J.; Beynon, Ginty; Stevenson, Charles; al, et

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Published
1932
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Fair
Edition
Canadian Edition
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Toronto: Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada, Ltd.. Single Issue Magazine. 58 pages. Features: Nice color cover illustration by H.R. McBride of dame powdering herself while mountain climbing; Editorial entitled "Movie Heroes in Sham Love-Making"; Dark of the Moon - a tale of wild hearts and the rum blockade (part 1); Hell Hounds! (part 2) - Ex-Legionnaire 1384 describes a… Read more
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Liberty Magazine, March [Mar.] 24, 1934, Vol. 11, No. 12 - Will Japan Seize Alaska?

by Burke, T.A.; Robinson, Senator Arthur R.; Connell, Richard; Bouligny, Edgar; Hunt, John Castle; Day, Dorothy; Bercovici, Konrad; Brennan, Frederick Hazllitt; Pasquin, Lee

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1934
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Canadian Edition
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Toronto: Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada, Ltd.. Single Issue Magazine. 62 pages. Features: Nice color cover illustration of dog pulling curtain from lady; Editorial on 'The Lost Art of Living'; Nice one-page photo ad for the New Plymouth Six; Every Other Inch a Gentleman - part one of an anonymous Hollywood saga; Ad for Fleischmann's Yeast includes photos… Read more
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Liberty Magazine, 14 April [Apr.] 1934, Vol. 11, No. 15 - Henry Ford Predicts What the Future Has in Store For Us

by Ford, Henry; Price, Hickman; Evans, Ida M.; Corners, George F.; Burke, T.A.; St. Johns, Adela Rogers; Brennan, Frederick Hazlitt; Swift, Oliver; Kropotkin, Princess Alexandra; O'Neill, Frank "Buck"; Williams, Margaret K.; Woehlke, Walter V.;

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1934
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Canadian Edition
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Toronto: Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada, Ltd.. Single Issue Magazine. 66 pages. Features: What the Future Has in Store For Us - Henry Ford; A Good Rememberer (fiction); A Machine With a Soul - Norman B. Krim and his Thinking Machine; Faboulous one-page photo of street-scene on Toronto's Yonge St. circa 1904 - great snapshot of fashions… Read more
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Liberty Magazine, May 27, 1933, Vol. 10, No. 21: Anti-Hitler Editorial / Private Life of Marie Dressler

by Hopkins, Ernest Jerome; Miller, Helen Topping; Prince, Dr. Walter Franklin; Perkins, Grace; Cohen, Octavus Roy; al, et

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Published
1933
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Toronto: Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada, Ltd.. Single Issue Magazine. 58 pages. Features: Nice color cover illustration of clown bottle-feeding baby pig; If Canada Can Curb Crime Why Not the U.S.?; Blind River - the story of a butterfly who said she'd take bananas; The Haunted House on Beacon Street - uncanny horrors baffle a Boston churchman and his… Read more
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Liberty Magazine - America's Best Read Weekly, December [Dec.] 24, 1932, Vol. 9, No. 52: Germany's Official Reply to Sergeant Halyburton of Company F, Sixteenth Infantry, USA

by Wayman, Dorothy; Doherty, Edward; Blackledge, W.J.; Smith, Frederick James; Annixter; Stallings, Richard; al, et

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Published
1932
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Canadian Edition
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Toronto: Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada, Ltd.. Single Issue Magazine. 50 pages. Features: Nice color cover illustration by John Drew of Santa buying hot water bottlle; Ad for Beeman's Pepsin Gum inside front cover features photo of policeman and caption "That ugly cop... grinning!"; Glowing editorial about Canada's people and potential; How to Keep Peace on Earth, by Lieut.-General… Read more
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Liberty Magazine, September (Sept.) 9, 1933, Vol. 10, No. 36: The Strange Life and Death of Stalin's Wife

by Radziwill, Princess Catherine; Sabatini, Rafael; Franklin, Jay; Collins, Fred L.; Delmar, Vina; McEvoy, J.P.

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1933
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Toronto: Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada, Ltd.. Single Issue Magazine. 58 pages. Features: Nice color cover illustration of lady at wheel of sailboat; The Strange Life and Death of Stalin's Wife (part 1); Hearts and Swords - a stirring novel of bold deeds and lovely women in the glamorous Venice of yesterday; Movie News, Reviews and Photos - F.P.1,… Read more
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Liberty Magazine, March [Mar.] 3, 1934, Vol. 11, No. 9 - H.L. Menchen on 'The Brain Trust'

by Kropotkin, Princess Alexandra; Brennan, Frederick Hazlitt; Mencken, H.L.; Jamieson, Leland; Dall, Anna Roosevelt; Marsh, Allen; Gardner, Erle Stanley; Wilson, M.L.; Cohen, Octavus Roy; Richart, Mary; Reynolds, Quentin; Ford, Corey

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1934
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Toronto: Liberty Publishing Corporation of Canada, Ltd.. Single Issue Magazine. 58 pages. Features: Nice color cover illustration of Maestro at work; To the Ladies; Editorial discusses how the world is being reborn - for the better; Nostalgic comic-style one-page ad for Ingram's Shaving Cream; Destroyer - part 1 of a novel of love deeper than the sea; Movie… Read more
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