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H. L. MENCKEN

Mencken, H. L.

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1920. First edition. Includes FANFARE by Burton Rascoe, THE AMERICAN CRITIC by Vincent O'Sullivan and BIBLIOGRAPHY by F.C. Henderson. Near fine in paperwraps with spine ends lightly rubbed and some underlining and notations on a few pages.

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THE HAB THEORY

Eckert, Allan W.

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Boston: Little, Brown and Company, (1976). First edition. Two small spots on top page edges, otherwise fine in price-clipped dust jacket with a few closed edge tears and light soiling. An attractive copy of the author's first science fiction book.

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HABIT AND INSTINCT

Morgan, C. Lloyd (Charles Darwin)

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London/ New York: Edward Arnold, 1896. First edition. Darwin's proposal of two sources of instinct--natural selection and inherited habit--fostered among late-nineteenth-century evolutionists a variety of conflicting notions concerning the mechanisms of evolution. Morgan, a British comparative psychologist, was a cardinal figure in restructuring the orthodox Darwinian conception to meet the demands of the new biology of Weismann. Illustrated. Ex-library copy with mostly minor markings (though rear endpaper is damaged). Top of spine has two small tears, still good to very good.

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New York: Simon and Schuster, (1985). First edition. Personal copy of author Doris Grumbach with her intitials on front endpaper. Review copy with slip and publicity letter laid in. Fine in a near fine dust jacket.

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New York: Boni & Liveright, (1922). First edition. O'Neill won the Pulitzer Prize for ANNA CHRISTIE. Minor rubbing, touch of foxing to page top edges, bit of soiling to bottom page edges, otherwise near fine, lacking the dust jacket.

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A HALL OF MIRRORS

Stone, Robert

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Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1967. First edition of the author's first book. Winner of the William Faulkner Award for best first novel of the year as well as a Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship Award. Also, the basis of a 1970 film WUSA, starring Paul Newman & Joanne Woodward. Small name on pastedown (under the dust jacket flap) and the barest edgewear and rubbing on corners, otherwise fine in dust jacket with small chips on corners and spine ends and white spine slightly soiled.

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HAMLET; (Volumes I & II)

Miller, Henry, Michael Fraenkel

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(Puerto Rico) / New York: Carrefour, (1939 / 1941). First edition. Two volumes Correspondence spanning the years 1935-1938 between Miller and Michael Fraenkel, the model for Boris in TROPIC OF CANCER. Both volumes in off-white printed paperwraps. Volume I is bright, clean, unopened and very nearly fine with just a touch of rubbing to edges. Volume II is lightly soiled with spine and edges somewhat toned and few chips and tears, most noticeably at spine corners. Large "II" in thin-tipped black marker on spine but still good to very good.

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THE HAND OF THE POTTER

Dreiser, Theodore

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New York: Boni & Liveright, 1918. First edition. Second binding with dark blue spine and green paper boards printed in black. Spine label a little rubbed, otherwise very good or better. Lacking dust jacket.

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THE HANGMEN OF SLEEPY VALLEY

(Halliday, Brett); Davis Dresser

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New York: William Morrow and Co., 1940. First edition. An early western by the mystery writer best known for his Michael Shayne novels. Written under his own name, Davis Dresser. Near fine in edge-rubbed dust jacket with few chips, tears and attendant creasing but otherwise very good.

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HANS BREITMANN'S BALLADS

Leland, Charles Godfrey

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Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1914. First thus. Introduction by Elizabeth Robins Pennell. One of 350 numbered copies. Author's undated preface. Minor wear, otherwise very good, lacking dust jacket.

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HANS HOLBEIN THE YOUNGER: A Critical Monograph

[Ford, Ford Madox] Ford Madox Hueffer

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London/ New York: Duckworth & Co./E. P. Dutton, [1905]. First edition. Holbien (c.?1497 - 1543) was a German and Swiss artist and printmaker who worked in a Northern Renaissance style [Wiki]. Like his earlier artists' studies, this one is published in the "Popular Library of Art" series (later printing copies are in the "Masters of Painting" series). Original red cloth with top edge gilt, and gilt design and lettering on front and spine. Harvey [A15] calls for a limp green-leather binding and notes a copy in red cloth. Based on publisher's ads, we believe the leather was a special binding and that the standard issue cloth (and presumably paper) boards were available in various colors. Spine slightly faded otherwise near fine. From the collection of Ford scholar Thomas C. Moser with his penciled signature to the front endpaper.

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, KURT VONNEGUT

(Vonnegut, Kurt, Jr.) Jill Krementz

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(New York: Delacorte Press, 1982). First edition. One of only 500 numbered copies. A festschrift for Vonnegut on his sixtieth birthday. Includes Updike, Irwin Shaw, Richard Yates, John Irving, Norman Mailer, Doctorow, Gary Trudeau, Truman Capote, et al. Red cloth a bit sunned on spine, otherwise fine with all edges gilt, in slipcase, as issued.

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New York: McDowell, Obolensky, (1959). First edition. Very good or better in a price-clipped, very good dust jacket with very minor wear on corners and spine ends and few tears.

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THE HARBOURMASTER A Novel

McFee, William

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Garden City: Doubleday, Doran, 1931. First edition. Number 330 of 377 numbered copies SIGNED BY McFEE. Quarter blue cloth, blue paperboards; gilt stamped front, spine and top edge. Crisp and near fine in publisher's blue paper-covered slipcase with light edge toning and repair to one small split (otherwise very good or better).

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HARD HIGH-COUNTRY POEMS [by Michelangelo]; and THE TYPOGRAPHIC LEGACY OF LUDOVICO DEGLI ARRIGHI [Two volumes]

Michelangelo; Robert Bringhurst, Joseph Goldyne, Amelia Hugill-Fontanel

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[Berkeley, CA]: Peter Koch, 2015. First edition. "Michelangelo is the most celebrated of all visual artists, and one of the few who are admired in equal measure for sculpture, painting, and architecture. He was also a great poet. Some hold him to be the greatest lyric poet of his time in the Italian language...." -- from the prospectus. TWO VOLUMES. Numbers 16 of 112 numbered copies (from a total edition of 126). Both volumes printed using various types by Arrighi, who was active in the same period as Michelango and who executed a large calligraphic commission for the woman who would later become Michelangelo's closest friend, Vittoria Colonna. FIRST VOLUME: Includes translator's preface and TEN POEMS BY MICHELANGELO (each one connected to Vittoria Colonna) printed in the original Italian with English translations on opposing pages. First volume's colophon SIGNED BY ROBERT BRINGHURST (translator of the poems and author of the second volume), JOSEPH GOLDYNE (illustrator of the drypoint f ... Read more

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HARD TIMES: For These Times

Dickens, Charles

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[New York: Household Words, 1854]. First U.S. edition. HARD TIMES first appeared in America in the weekly "Household Words" from May through September 1854. The American publisher of "Household Words," T. L. McElwrath, placed HARD TIMES in such a way that the segments of the novel could be excised and bound up together--which his customers were urged to do. He provided a wrapper (also used for his unissued sheets) in which to bind HARD TIMES, thus constituting the actual first American edition of the novel. This copy, lacking title page and wrapper, starts with page [1] "HARD TIMES. / By Charles Dickens, Esq. /Furnished in advance exclusively for this Journal." 108 double-column pages, bound in period three-quarter leather and marbled boards. Professionally touched up where there was light wear to edges, resulting in a very good to near fine copy of this scarce issue.

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HARD TIMES

Dickens, Charles

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New York: Appleton/Chapman and Hall, [circa 1880's]. H. French.. First of this edition, which is less common then the Harper edition. Appleton appears as the publisher on the pictorial cover, but this issue is bound with English sheets and an undated Chapman title page. Illustrated by H. French. Bright gilt on front cover with some wear on spine ends, back cover, and corners, altogether about very good.

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HARLEM STORY

Hewlett, John

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New York: Prentice-Hall Inc, (1948). First edition. Fine with only the lightest rubbing; in a very good dust jacket with some age darkening, a few small tears and minor edge wear.

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HARLOT'S GHOST

Mailer, Norman

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New York: Random House, (1991). First edition. SIGNED by Mailer. Slight lean to top of this 1300-page book, otherwise fine in the gray jacket. (Also issued in red dust jacket; reportedly there were fewer of the red.).

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HARLOT'S GHOST

Mailer, Norman

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New York: Random House, (1991). First edition. "For Spencer--- cordially Norman Mailer." Massive volume, over 1,300 pages; a novel about spies, intelligence officers and the CIA. Fine in dust jacket.

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