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GOOD NEWS FROM TOLKIEN'S MIDDLE EARTH - Two Essays on the Applicability of The Lord of the Rings: Everything Is Alive; The Good Guys
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GOOD NEWS FROM TOLKIEN'S MIDDLE EARTH - Two Essays on the Applicability of The Lord of the Rings: Everything Is Alive; The Good Guys

By Ellwood, Gracia Fay (re: J. R. R. Tolkien)

Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1973. 160 pp. Trade paperback format. Edge and corner wear with an uncreased spine; no interior markings. Illustrated with black and white plates. The essays are: Everything Is Alive: Introduction; In Middle Earth; And Elsewhere. And: The Good Guys: On Symbols and Heroes; Tom Bombadil: Not Quite Adam; Gandalf: The Word of Power; Frodo: The Power of Weakness; and Aragorn: Behold Thy King Cometh; followed by appendices and an index.. Second Printing. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$9.95

HEADWATERS OF CANADIAN LITERATURE
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HEADWATERS OF CANADIAN LITERATURE

By MacMechan, Archibald (McKellar)

Toronto: McClelland and Stewart - New Canadian Library, 1974. (xii) 247 pp. NCL 107. Light edge and corner wear with an uncreased spine; no interior markings. An outstanding short survey of the history of Canadian literature from its beginnings up to the author's own era. (He passed away in 1933.) Notable for its attention to literature in both of Canada's official languages. The Contents are: Introduction to the NCL Edition; Preface; Beside the Atlantic; In Quebec; The National Impulse; In Montreal; and East and West; followed by an epilogue and an index.. Later Printing. Paperback. Near Fine.

$7.95

NEGOTIATING WITH THE DEAD - A Writer on Writing
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NEGOTIATING WITH THE DEAD - A Writer on Writing

By Atwood, Margaret

Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2002. (xxvii) 219 pp. Trade paperback format. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a crease on the front hinge and an uncreased spine; no interior markings. The Contents are: Introduction: Into the Labyrinth; Prololgue; Orientation: Who Do You Think You Are; Duplicity: The Jekyll Hand - the Hyde Hand - and the Slippery Double; Dedication: The Great God Pen; Temptation: Prospero - the Wizard of Oz - Mephisto & Co; Communion: Nobody to Nobody; and Descent: Negotiating with the Dead; followed by an index.. First Printing - First Thus. Soft Cover. Near Fine. 12mo. Advanced Reading Copy.

$14.95

HOW TO WRITE HAIKU - and Other Short Poems
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HOW TO WRITE HAIKU - and Other Short Poems

By Janeczko, Paul

New York: Scholastic Inc., 2004. 133 pp. Trade Paperback format. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. Cover art by Jennifer Rinaldi Windau. Maybe you've written poetry, maybe you haven't. Maybe you want to write poetry, maybe you don't. But if it interests you at all, this will get you on your way. The Contents are: Welcome; Introduction; A Few Words About the Writing Process; Before You Start Writing; Haiku; Poems Related to Haiku; Other Short Poems; Displaying Your Poems; Giving Your Poems; and Conclusion.. First Edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Illus. by Jennifer Rinaldi Windau;. 12mo.

$9.95

TOUCH TYPING IN 5 EASY LESSONS - How to Teach Yourself Touch Typing at Home with the Amazing New Speed Chart
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TOUCH TYPING IN 5 EASY LESSONS - How to Teach Yourself Touch Typing at Home with the Amazing New Speed Chart

By Anonymous

New York: The Royal Typewriter Co., 1912. 16 pp. followed by the typing chart. Staple-bound in pictorial covers. Some edge and corner wear with a tape-repair along the spine; no interior markings. Illustrated with black and white artwork. These days, it is a compurter keyboard, not a typewriter, but the skill is still called typing and many people still use the clumsy hunt and peck method, rather than actually learning how to type. This will help. The Contents are: It Is Easy to Type; What You Should Know About Your Typewriter; How You Should Sit at Your Typewriter; Now Here's How It Works; First Finger Words; First and Second Finger Words; First, Second and Third Finger Words; Words Typed by All Fingers; Practice Material; Keyboard Characters and Numerals; Practice Material; Speed Sentences; How to Take Care of Your Typewriter; How to Set Up a Business Letter; and Typing Tips to Remember; followed by The Speed Typing Chart. It says here that the Speed Typing Chart is a new invention, presented for the first time in this book, to help the beginner quickly learn the proper positioning and use of the fingers for typing by touch. . First Printing - First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good-. 4to.

$24.95

ASIMOV ON SCIENCE FICTION
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ASIMOV ON SCIENCE FICTION

By Asimov, Isaac

New York: Doubleday, 1981. 318 pp. Quarter-bound in black on gray boards; lettered in blue on the spine. Book Club Code L20. Light wear on the corners of the dustjacket; no interior markings. This collection contains: SCIENCE FICTION IN GENERAL: My Own View; Extraordinary Voyages; The Name of Our Field; The Universe of Science Fiction; Adventure. THE WRITING OF SCIENCE FICTION: Hints; By No Means Vulgar; Learning Device; It's a Funny Thing; The Mosaic and the Plate Glass; The Scientist as Villain; The Vocabulary of Science Fiction; Try to Write. THE PREDICTIONS OF SCIENCE FICTION: How Easy to See the Future; The Dreams of Science Fiction. THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE FICTION: The Prescientific Universe; Science Fiction and Society; Science Fiction 1938; How Science Fiction Came to Be Big Business; The Boom in Science Fiction; Golden Age Ahead; Beyond Our Brain; The Myth of the Machine; Science Fiction from the Soviet Union; More Science Fiction from the Soviet Union. SCIENCE FICTION WRITERS: The First Science Fiction Novel; The First Science Fiction Writer; The Hole in the Middle; The Science Fiction Breakthrough; Big Big Big; The Campbell Touch; Reminiscences of Peg; Horace; The Second Nova; Ray Bradbury; Arthur C. Clarke; The Dean of Science Fiction; The Brotherhood of Science Fiction. SCIENCE FICTION FANS: Our Conventions; The Hugo; Anniversaries; The Letter Column; The Articles of Science Fiction; Rejection Slips. SCIENCE FICTION REVIEWS: What Makes Good Science Fiction; 1984; The Ring of Evil; The Answer to Star Wars; Speculative Fiction; The Reluctant Critic. SCIENCE FICTION AND I: There's Nothing Like a Good Foundation; The Wendell Urth Series; Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine; Hollywood and I; and The Prolific Writer.. Book Club Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo.

$19.95

DOSTOEVSKY AND SUICIDE
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DOSTOEVSKY AND SUICIDE

By Shneidman, N. N. (re: Fyodor Dostoevsky)

Oakville, Ontario: Mosaic Press, 1984. 124 pp. Trade paperback format. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. The Chapters are: Suicide in Life and Fiction; Self-destructive Elements in Dostoevsky's Early Works; Pre-Siberian Period; Post-Siberian Period; Major Works of Fiction: Crime and Punishment; The Idiot; The Eternal Husband; The Possessed; A Raw Youth; The Brothers Karamazov; and The Diary of a Writer; followed by: Conclusion; Appendix One: Suicides in the Works of Dostoevsky; Appendix Two: Suicide Notes; a bibliography; and an index.. First Printing - First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good+. 8vo.

$19.95

EFFECTIVE CATALOGS
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EFFECTIVE CATALOGS

By Haughney, John D.

New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1968. 128 pp. Black cloth lettered in silver on the front panel and spine; headband; illustrated with black and white drawings, diagrams and charts. Wear at the corners of the dustjacket with chipping around the edges; no interior markings. The Contents are: Preface; Catalogs - Your Best Seller; Planning Your Catalog; Cost Analysis; Copy Preparation; Catalog Design; Type Selection; Illustrations; Printing; Distribution and Maintenance; Catalog Coordination with Marketing Plan; Catalogs and Computers; and Summary of the Most Common Catalog Deficiencies; followed by an index.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good Only. 8vo.

$24.95

CRIME WRITERS - Reflections on Crime Fiction
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CRIME WRITERS - Reflections on Crime Fiction

By Keating, H. R. F. (editor) (Reginald Hill; Colin Watson; P. D. James; Julian Symons; Maurice Richardson; Troy Kennedy Martin)

London: BBC Books, 1978. 160 pp. Trade paperback format. Light edgewear with a crease on the lower right of the front cover and a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. This collection contains: Introduction: Before the Fiction by Mike Pavett; Holmes: The Hamlet of Crime Fiction by Reginald Hill; After Holmes by Mike Pavett; Mayhem Parva and Wicked Belgravia by Colin Watson; Dorothy L. Sayers: From Puzzle to Novel by P. D. James; From the Golden Age to Mean Streets by Mike Pavett; Dashiell Hammett: The Onlie Begetter by Julian Symons; Other Hardboiled Heroes by Mike Parvett; Simenon and Highsmith: Into the Criminal's Head by Maurice Richardson; Crooks and Cops by Mike Parvett; Four of a Kind by Troy Kennedy Martin; Police Stories and After by Mike Parvett; and New Patents Pending by H. R. F. Keating.. First Printing - First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to.

$19.95

A READER'S GUIDE TO FANTASY - with - A READER'S GUIDE TO SCIENCE FICTION
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A READER'S GUIDE TO FANTASY - with - A READER'S GUIDE TO SCIENCE FICTION

By Searles, Baird (re: Robert E. Howard; H. P. Lovecraft; J. R. R. Tolkien; Lloyd Alexander; Joan Aiken; L. Frank Baum; C. S. Lewis; Edgar Rice Burroughs; Philip K. Dick; Thomas M. Disch; Robert A. Heinlein; Frank Herbert; William Hope Hodgson; A. Merritt)

New York: Avon Books, 1979. (xv) 217, 266 pp. Both books have light edge and corner wear with flat uncreased spines; no interior markings but both show some aging. Edited with the help of Martin Last, Beth Meacham and Michael Franklin. Forewords by Poul Anderson and Samuel R. Delaney. Covers by Stanislaw Fernandes. These books discuss the work of: Robert E. Howard; H. P. Lovecraft; J. R. R. Tolkien; Richard Adams; Lloyd Alexander; Joan Aiken; Poul Anderson; Robert Asprin; Piers Anthony; L. Frank Baum; C. S. Lewis; Edgar Rice Burroughs; H. Warner Munn; August Derleth; Henry Kuttner; William Morris; Lord Dunsany; Philip K. Dick; Ray Bradbury; J. G. Ballard; Thomas M. Disch; Robert A. Heinlein; Frank Herbert; William Hope Hodgson; C. S. Lewis; H. P. Lovecraft; A. Merritt; Walter M. Miller; Jack Vance; Jules Verne; Stanley G. Weinbaum; H. G. Wells; Jack Williamson; S. Fowler Wright; John Wyndham; Roger Zelazny; Michael Moorcock; Larry Niven; H. Beam Piper; Frederik Pohl; C. M. Kornbluth; Joanna Russ; Mary Shelley; Cordwainer Smith; E. E. "Doc" Smith; Olaf Stapledon; Theodore Sturgeon; A. E. Van Vogt; Fritz Leiber; Henry Kuttner; C. L. Moore; Ursula K. Le Guin; Harlan Ellison; M. John Harrison; Gordon R. Dickson; Arthur C. Clarke; Hal Clement; Samuel R. Delany; Isaac Asimov; Alfred Bester; James Blish; John Brunner; and many many others.. First Paperback Printings. Soft Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Stanislaw Fernandes;.

$9.95

OF WORLDS BEYOND:  A Symposium
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OF WORLDS BEYOND: A Symposium

By Eshbach, Lloyd Arthur (editor) (Edward E. Doc Smith; John W. Campbell; L. Sprague de Camp; Robert A Heinlein; Jack Williamson; A. E. van Vogt; John Taine)

London: Dennis Dobson, 1965. 118 pp. Gray boards lettered in gilt on the spine. Light edge and corner wear on the dustjacket; price intact; ink mark on the copyright page; no other interior markings. A symposium: Foreword by John Carnell; Introduction by Lloyd Arthur Eshbach; The Epic of Space by E. E. Doc Smith; The Science of Science Fiction Writing by John W. Campbell; Humour in Science Fiction by L. Sprague de Camp; On the Writing of Speculative Fiction by Robert A Heinlein; Jack Williamson; Complications in the Science Fiction Story by A. E. van Vogt; and Writing a Science Novel by John Taine; followed by an index.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo.

$14.95

WRITING HORROR - A Handbook by the Horror Writers Association
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WRITING HORROR - A Handbook by the Horror Writers Association

By Castle, Mort (editor) (Harlan Ellison; Joyce Carol Oates; J. N. Williamson; Wayne Allen Sallee; Robert Weinberg; Richard Gilliam; Nancy Holder; Joe R. Lansdale; David Morrell; Tracy Knight; Nancy Kilpatrick; Matthew Costello; Gary Brandner)

Cincinnati, Ohio: Writer's Digest, 1997. (xii) 224 pp. Glossy pictorial boards; headband. Lightly rubbed on the corners; no interior markings. Cover art by Gerald Brom. This essay collection contains: Foreword: The HWA by Stanley Wiater. Deveoloping Horror Concepts: The Madness of Art by Joyce Carol Oates; A World of Dark and Disturbing Ideas by J. N. Williamson; Mirror Mirror by Wayne Allen Sallee; Dark Light Focus - Karl Edward Wagner by Robert Weinberg; Honest Lies and Darker Truths by Richard Gilliam; What You Are Meant to Know by Robert Weinberg. Horror Crafting: Plot Characters Mood and More: Such Horrible People by Tina Jens; Guerrilla Literature by Nancy Holder; The Horror the Horror the Horror by Alan Rodgers; No Shield of Disbelief by Dominick Cancilla; A Hand on the Shoulder by Joe R. Lansdale; Keep It Moving Maniacs by Jay R. Bonansinga; Dark Light Focus - Roger Corman by Elizabeth Engstrom; He Said She Asked by David Morrell; Darkening the Mood by Gregory Nicoll; Dr Frankenstein's Secrets of Style by Norman Partridge. Horror: Genre and Subgenre: More Simply Human by Tracy Knight; Archetypes and Fearful Allure by Nancy Kilpartrick; Dark Light Focus - EC Horror Comics by D. G. Chichester; Breaking All Codes by David Quinn; Writing for the New Pulps by John Maclay; Capturing Kids by Jill M. Morgan; Something to Scare the Kids by Richard Lee Byers; Pushing the Horror Button by Matthew Costello; Splat Goes the Hero by Jack Ketchum. Innovation in Horror: Today and Tomorrow: Innovation in Horror by Jeanne Cavelos; No More Silver Mirrors by Karen E. Taylor; Dark Light Focus - Forrest J. Ackerman by Owl Goingback; Werewolves by Gary Brandner; The Green Mile - a conversation with Stephen King from M.A.I.N. Magazine; Contemporary Lip Synching to Horror's Gothic Tune by Robert W. Walker; On Horror - a conversation with Harlan Ellison. Marketing Horror: Sharing the Creeps by Edo van Belkom; Dark Light Focus - Cemetery Dance by Gary A. Braunbeck; Online Resources for the Horror Writer by Paula Guran; Wither Horror by Benjamin Adams; From the HWA's FAQ Folder on Agents by Lawrence Watt-Evans; Specialists in Fear by James J. Gormley; and Afterword: Quiet Lies the Locust Tells by Harlan Ellison; followed by an index.. Second Printing. Hardcover. Very Good. Illus. by Gerald Brom; Alan Pollack;. 8vo.

$14.95

DICTIONARY OF FRENCH AND ENGLISH - ENGLISH AND FRENCH
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DICTIONARY OF FRENCH AND ENGLISH - ENGLISH AND FRENCH

By Bellows, John (compiler) (revised and enlarged by William Bellows)

London: Longmans Green and Company, 1910. 689 pp. Green cloth lettered in gilt on the front panel and spine; decorated endpapers. Light edge and corner wear with a partial split along the spine on the front panel; previous owner's name on the front free endpaper; hinges tight; gutters intact.. Later Printing. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo.

$14.95

THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO POLICE WRITING
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THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO POLICE WRITING

By Jakob, Karen

Toronto: The Carswell Company, 1984. (xi) 179 pp. Light edge and corner wear with a single crease on the spine; small ink mark on the front endpaper; no other interior markings. The Chapters are: PART ONE - REFERENCE GUIDE: Spelling; Usage; Sentence Structure; Sentence Problems; Punctuation; Style. PART TWO - POLICE WRITING: The Police Report; The Memorandum Book; Media Relations; Business Letters; Internal Correspondence: The Memo. PART THREE - THE ACADEMIC ESSAY: The Academic Essay.. First Paperback Printing. Paperback. Very Good.

$14.95

CAUGHT IN THE WEB OF WORDS - James Murray and the Oxford English Dictionary
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CAUGHT IN THE WEB OF WORDS - James Murray and the Oxford English Dictionary

By Murray, K. M. Elisabeth (preface by R. W. Burchfield)

Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, 1979. (xii) 386 pp. Trade paperback format. Light edge and corner wear with a faintly creased spine and a small scuff-mark on the lower right of the front cover; previous owner's name on the front endpaper; no other interior markings. The cover features James Murray at work in the Scriptorium. The Chapters are: Round O and Crooked S: The Formative Years; The Great Learning Period: Schoolmaster and Citizen; The Discovery of Anglo Saxon; New Life in London; Furnivall's Henchman; Mill Hill: The Arcadian Years; The Web is Spun: Abortive Negotiations with Macmillan; The Fly is Caught: Negotiations with the Delegates of the Oxford University Press; Sundry Shocks and Serious Jars: The Raw Materials for the Dictionary; Hoc Unum Facio: Solving the Technical Problems; The Triple Nightmare: Space Time and Money; Editor and Publisher: Confrontation with Benjamin Jowett; The Bete Noire of the Press; Shearing Samson's Locks: The Pace of Production Must Be Increased; Not the Least of the Glories of the University of Oxford; The Sands Run Out; and The Dic and the Little Dics: The Man and His Family; followed by appendices and an index.. First Printing - First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$14.95

THE MIRROR AND THE GARDEN - Realism and Reality in the Writings of Anais Nin
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THE MIRROR AND THE GARDEN - Realism and Reality in the Writings of Anais Nin

By Hinz, Evelyn J. (re: Anais Nin)

New York: Harvest Books - Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1973. (xii) 127 pp. Trade paperback format. Light edge and corner wear with very minor creasing on the spine; no interior markings. Acclaimed as one of the most extraordinary writers of the last century and the most perfectly emancipated woman, Anais Nin has attracted a devoted following throughout the world, but she has been largely neglected by scholars until recently. Evelyn J. Hinz's pioneering study set out to give Miss Nin the recognition she deserves and was the first full-scale appraisal of her published work to date. In this perceptive study, the artistic achievement of Anais Nin as critic, novelist, and diarist, is considered as part of the literary mainstream. She is discussed as an innovator of a poetic, highly subjective, and individualistic style; as an early practitioner of the modern psychological novel; and as an authentic feminine voice in the arts. The Chapters are: The Mirror and the Garden - Argument; A Word About Influences and Unprofessional Studies - D. H. Lawrence: An Unprofessional Study; Karma Tropism and Fixation - Themes; An Edifice Without Dimension - Structure; Modern Psychomachia - Characters; Bread and the Wafer - Language; Backward and Forward - The Novel of the Future; My Father, My World, My Children, My Dreams - The Diaries; followed by a bibliography and an index.. First Printing - First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$14.95

THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO MIDDLE EARTH - with - J. R. R. TOLKIEN - A Biography
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THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO MIDDLE EARTH - with - J. R. R. TOLKIEN - A Biography

By Foster, Robert; Carpenter, Humphrey

London: Unwin Paperbacks, 1978. (xii) 441, 287 pp. Trade paperback format. The Complete Guide has some edge and corner wear with a crease on the lower right of the front cover and some creasing on the spine; Tolkien has light rubbing on the corners with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. Complete Guide is illustrated with genealogical tables; Tolkien is illustrated with black and white plates. The Contents are: The Complete Guide to Middle Earth: Introduction; Notes on the Identification Coding Used in This Guide; Note on the Abbreviations Used; Complete Guide; Appendix One: A Chronology of the First Age; Appendix Two: Genealogical Tables. J. R. R. Tolkien: Part One: A Visit. Part Two: 1892 - 1916: Early Years. Part Three: 1917 - 1925: The Making of a Mythology. Part Four: 1925 - 1949: In a Hole in the Ground There Live a Hobbit; Part Five: 1925 - 1949: The Third Age. Part Six: 1949 - 1966: Success. Part Seven: 1959 - 1973: Last Years. And Part Eight: The Tree; followed by: Appendices: A: Simplified Genealogical Table; B: Chronology of Events; C: The Published Writings of J. R. R. Tolkien; and an index. Apparently, Amazon has just bought the television rights to The Lord of the Rings and is planning a series set in Middle Earth - should be great.. First Printing - First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$19.95

ARTICULATING WEST - Essays on Purpose and Form in Modern Canadian Literature
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ARTICULATING WEST - Essays on Purpose and Form in Modern Canadian Literature

By New, W. H. (William H.)

Toronto: New Press, 1972. (xxvi) 282 pp. Beige cloth lettered in black on the spine. Edge and corner wear on the dustjacket with some fading on the spine; no interior markings. The Chapters are: A Life and Four Landscapes: Frederick John Niven; Carol Coates Cassidy and the Form Dispute; The Identity of Articulation: Pratt's Towards the Last Spike; A Feeling of Completion: Aspects of W. O. Mitchell; Sinclair Ross's Ambivalent World; The Genius of Place and Time: The Fiction of Ethel Wilson; The Irony of Order: Ethel Wilson's The Innocent Traveller; The Storm and After: MacLennan's Barometer Rising; The Apprenticeship of Discovery: Richler and MacLennan; Winter and the Night People: Return of the Sphinx; The Disappointed Decade; Six Canadian Poets: Leonard Cohen; Daryl Hine; Margaret Atwood; John Newlove; Alden Nowlan; George Bowering; A Fiction Chronicle; Art and Politics; Artifice and Experience; The Studhorse Quests; Lowery the Cabbala and Charles Jones; Gabriola: Malcolm Lowry's Floating Island; Life and Time: Laurence's Stone Angel; Equatorial Zones and Polar Opposites; The Mind's Eyes (I's) (Ice): The Poetry of Margaret Avison; and Maker of Order Prisoner of Dreams: The Poetry of Earle Birney; followed by an index.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good-. 8vo.

$19.95

STUDIES IN WORDS
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STUDIES IN WORDS

By Lewis, C. S.

London: Cambridge Universtiy Press, 1976. (vii) 343 pp. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a crease in the lower left of the back cover and an uncreased spine; no interior markings. Here Lewis takes some of the words whose meanings have changed over the centuries and teases out their various senses and uses. The Contents are: Preface; Introduction; Nature; Sad; Wit; Free; Sense; Simple; Conscience and Conscious; World; Life; I Dare Say; and At the Fringe of Language; followed by an index.. Later Printing. Paperback. Very Good+.

$9.95

H. P. LOVECRAFT: A Symposium - October 24 1963
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H. P. LOVECRAFT: A Symposium - October 24 1963

By Derleth, August (editor) (Fritz Leiber; Robert Bloch; Sam Russell; Arthur Jean Cox; Leland Sapiro) (re: H. P. Lovecraft)

Los Angeles: Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society - LASFS - Riverside Quarterly, 1964. 14 pp. Staple-bound in pictorial covers. Light edge and corner wear with a bit of darkening around the edges; no interior markings. This is the transcript of a panel discussion at a meeting of the Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society. The panelists were: Fritz Lieber; Robert Bloch; Sam Russell; Arthur Jean Cox; and Leland Sapiro. Annotations by August Derleth.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$29.95

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