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1 A Room With a View and Howards End and Maurice
Forster, E. M.

Quality Paperback Book Club New York, New York, USA 1971
Trade Paperback
Good, No Jacket as Issued
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall





BE5 - A trade paperback book in good+ condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in color illustrated green wraps with minor overall wear plus some creasing on the back cover at the bottom left corner plus a small (about 0.5") closed tear on the front at the bottom left corner plus a crease along the spine on the front plus some light creasing of the spine plus some very light soiling on the outside paper edges. A collection, in one volume, of 3 of the author's best known novels and, coincidentally, these have all been made into notable films. "Room With a View" is about a beautiful young woman inhibited by the restrictive conventions of Edwardian England. During her first visit to Italy, new passions are stirred which throw the attentions of her stuffy suitor and her entire way of life into doubt. "Howards End" is about the relationship of a landed aristocratic family and a pair of sisters who are cultivated and politically liberal and who are alternately repelled and attracted to the family and its heritage. "Maurice" is about an undergraduate at Cambridge before World War I who discovers that he is homosexual. 255p. This book weighs more than 2 pounds when packaged to ship. SCW03784 
Price: 4.00 USD
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2 Dear Rafe
Hinojosa, Rolando

Arte Publico Press Houston, Texas, U.S.A. 1991
Trade Paperback
Very Good, No Jacket as Issued
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
2nd Printing
0934770387 / 9780934770385
Signed by Author


AQ2 - Book has crease on the gutters, wrinkling, chipping and crease on some edges, sides, and corners, previous owner's name written on the opposite side of the front, light discoloration and shelf wear otherwise very good. Book was signed by the author on the title page. This novel focuses on wealthy ranchers and their domination of the economic and political life of a small city on the Texas-Mexico border. EC9451BB 
Price: 30.00 USD
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3 Dear Rafe
Hinojosa, Rolando

Arte Publico Press Houston, Texas 1985
Trade Paperback
Good, No Jacket as Issued
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
First Edition
0934770387 / 9780934770385
Signed by Author
Ex-Library

U4 - A first edition ex-library trade paperback book signed by author in good condition that has library markings (labels, stamping, cardholder, etc.), scattered wrinkling and crease, light discoloration, and shelf wear. This novel focuses on wealthy ranchers and their domination of the economic and political life of a small city on the Texas-Mexico border. 9"x6", 134 pages. Satisfaction Guaranteed. EC21275BB 
Price: 30.00 USD
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4 Doctor Fischer of Geneva or The Bomb Party
Greene, Graham

Simon & Schuster New York 1980
Hard Cover
Very Good, Very Good
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
First Edition
0671254677 / 9780671254674

Remainder

F4 - DJ has discoloration, light shelfwear with rubbing along gutter. Book has remainder mark on the bottom, spotting on top page edges, dog-eared page, and very light shelf wear otherwise very good. Doctor Fischer of Geneva, a black entertainment which is also a profound study in human greed. HB147AA 
Price: 3.95 USD
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Ein winziger Makel (Fault Lines), Huston, Nancy
5 Ein winziger Makel (Fault Lines)
Huston, Nancy

Rowohlt Verlag GmbH Hamburg, Germany 2008
Hard Cover
Very Good, Very Good
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
German Language Edition
3498029924 / 9783498029920



A5 - A German language edition hardcover book in very good condition with a dust jacket in very good condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in black paper covered boards and a dark brown ribbon marker with very light overall shelf wear with a slight bump to the bottom right corner of the front board. The Mylar-protected dust jacket shows very minor overall shelf wear with some very slight overall edge wear and rubbing. Der sechsjährige Sol, die sechsjährige Erra: In wie unterschiedlichen Lebenswelten wachsen sie auf! Sol, verwöhnt, altklug und öfter im Internet unterwegs, als seine gluckenhafte Mutter erfahren darf, lebt in jenem Land, in dem <>. Erra, das glückliche Mädchen mit der Wunderstimme, das in Trümmern spielt, salutiert noch vor Adolf Hitler. Erra ist Sols Urgrossmutter. Über Generationen sind die beiden verbunden, und dennoch liegt in dieser Genealogie ein unentdecktes Geheimnis verborgen. Was ist etwa mit dem hässlichen Muttermal an Sols Schläfe, das er sich wegoperieren lässt? Was mit dem grenzenlosen Hass seines Vaters? Niemand setzt sich auf dieselbe Weise an den Tisch der Geschichte, und Lüge, Untreue und Verrat bestimmen die Art, wie sie in dieser Familie von Generation zu Generation weitergegeben wird. Es bleibt den aufmerksamen Kindern überlassen, die Brüche und Verwerfungen in den Erzählungen ihrer Eltern zu deuten. Und so mit Hilfe ihrer klaren, nur scheinbar naiven Stimmen, führt uns Nancy Huston über vier Generationen und durch mehrere Kontinente ins Zentrum des diesem Roman zugrundeliegenden Rätsels. <> ist ein spannendes, raffiniert und originell konstruiertes Buch, zeitkritisch, politisch, aber auch sehr intim und berührend. Nancy Huston wurde 1953 in Calgary, Kanada, geboren, wuchs in den USA auf. Seit 1973 lebt sie in Paris. Sie ist mit dem Linguisten und Philosophen Tzvetan Todorov verheiratet und hat zwei Kinder. Huston hat zahlreiche Romane und Sachbücher veröffentlicht; für ihr Werk wurde sie in Kanada u.a. mit dem Governor General's Award for Fiction und in Frankreich mit dem Prix Goncourt des Lycéens ausgezeichnet. Für <> erhielt sie 2006 den Prix Femina; das Buch war in Frankreich ein Nr.-1-Bestseller. A novel about four generations of a German family and the enduring effects of a dark secret about the family's origins. The novel is organized in reverse chronological order proceeding from 2004 to 1944 and is divided into four sections in which the narration is provided by a child. Like the novel's transition in time, there is an equally broad movement in space with the settings shifting from the West Coast of the United States to the East, from Haifa to Toronto to Munich. The story begins with with the experiences of the gifted six-year-old Sol. He is sheltered by an over-protective mother. Surgery to remove a congenital birthmark goes badly and the extended family travels to great-grandmother's childhood home in Munich. Once there, Sol witnesses a physical struggle between his great-grandmother and his great-aunt which is a trigger to send the narrative thread back through the childhood of Sol's father, his grandmother, and finally his great-grandmother living in 1944 Munich. Nancy Huston was born in 1953 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. She was written novels and nonfiction in French and English and has made some noted translations of her own works. Huston grew up in Canada, Germany, and the United States. She left Sarah Lawrence College in New York to attend the École des Hautes Études in Paris, where she studied linguistics and semiotics with the French philosopher and critic Roland Barthes. In the 1970s she was active in the women’s movement and went on to teach at Columbia University’s Institute for Feminist Studies in Paris in the 1980s. After Barthes’s death in 1980, Huston decided to remain in France and shifted her work as a writer to the production of novels. She later married the Franco-Bulgarian literary theorist and philosopher Tzvetan Todorov. Her earlier nonfiction works have been somewhat controversial but her fiction has received wide, international critical acclaim. Her first novel, 'Les Variations Goldberg (The Goldberg Variations)', was short-listed for the Prix Femina. In 1993 she was awarded the Governor General’s Award for best French-language novel for 'Cantique des plaines (Plainsong)'. Her later novels include 'Virevolte (Slow Emergencies)', 'L’Empreinte de l’ange (The Mark of the Angel)', and 'Dolce agonia'. She received the Prix Femina a second time, for 'Lignes de faille (Fault Lines)' and it was also shortlisted for the Orange Prize. She has published twelve novels so far and continues to live in Paris with her husband and two children. 5.4"x8.3", 367 pages. Zufriedenheit garantiert (satisfaction guaranteed). FL0052 
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El sabor del tiempo (The Flavor of Time), Córdova Iturregui, Félix
6 El sabor del tiempo (The Flavor of Time)
Córdova Iturregui, Félix

Alfaguara Guaynabo, Puerto Rico 2005
Trade Paperback
Very Good, No Jacket as Issued
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
Spanish Language Edition
1575818248 / 9781575818245



A6 - A Spanish language text trade paperback book in very good condition with some very light overall shelf wear with a very slight bump at the front top left corner plus there is some very, very light staining on the right outside paper edges. En 'El sabor del tiempo' el protagonista de esta historia es el tiempo, su marcha imparable, su cristalización en vidas sorprendentes en las que la tragedia es incapaz de vencer la ilusión, y algún personaje, como el negro Falú, tiene que provocar el nacimiento de una estrella en el interior de su cuerpo con el propósito de iluminar su vida y sobrevivir en el desamparo. En esta novela, el tiempo vibra en la historia de los amores de Graciela y Julián, se abre en la memoria de Teófilo, se ahonda en el ritmo de sus recuerdos, y se abisma en la complejidad de la escritura. Las historias personales se hilan en la historia colectiva y surgen personajes inesperados, la presencia poderosa del mar o prostitutas capaces de encender el amor. Mediante las voces y las historias entreveradas de Graciela, Julián, Teófilo, Matilde y Falú, el lector va descubriendo las proporciones de la lucha trágica y a la vez heroica de un pueblo que se ha visto obligado, como los cangrejos, a endurecer su caparazón para proteger la escasa carne tierna que le queda oculta en sus entresijos. Además de ser una magnífica novela, El sabor del tiempo es también un documento ambicioso que, con una eficacia notable, hurga el pasado y el presente de la geografía anímica puertorriqueña. Félix Córdova Iturregui fue nació en San Juan, Puerto Rico, en 1944. Es catedrático en el Departamento de Estudios Hispánicos de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Río Piedras. Sus intereses como escritor y crítico no se reducen a los estudios literarios; también ha hecho incursiones en Economía, Historia, Filosofía y Lingüística. Ha publicado varios libros de poesía: 'Para llenar de días el dia' (1985), 'Militancia contra la soledad' (1987) y 'Canto a la desobediencia' (1998). Además, se ha interesado en la narración breve y ha reunido algunos de sus cuentos en dos colecciones: 'El rabo de lagartija de aquel famoso señor rector y otros cuentos de orilla' (1988) y 'Sobre esta dificil tierra' (1993). 'El sabor del tiempo' es su primera novela. In 'El Sabor del Tiempo (The Taste of Time)', the protagonist of this story is time, its unstoppable march, its crystallization in amazing lives and the tragedy that its illusion is impossible to overcome. And then there is a hero, such as black Falu, in which it leads to the birth of a star inside his body that seems to have a purpose of illuminating his life and allowing him to survive homelessness. This novel covers the vibrant period in the love between two people, Graciela and Julián. It begins with Teófilo's memories, deepens in rhythm with his thoughts, and then plunges into the complexity of the writing. The personal stories are spun into a collective history in which unexpected characters appear, such as the powerful presence of the sea or prostitutes able to kindle love. Through the interspersed voices and stories of Graciela, Julián, Teófilo, Matilde and Falú, the reader discovers the depth of the tragic struggle in a period when a heroic town is forced, like a crab, to harden its shell in order protect its secrets. Besides being a great novel, 'El Sabor del Tiempo (The Taste of Time)' is also an ambitious document that, in a remarkably effective way, excavates the past and the present psychic geography of the Puerto Rican soul. Iturregui Félix Córdova was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in 1944. He is a Professor in the Department of Hispanic Studies at the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras. His interests as a writer and critic are not confined to literary studies, and he has made inroads in Economics, History, Philosophy and Linguistics. He has published several books of poetry: 'Para llenar de días el dia [To Fill the Days the Day]' (1985), 'Militancia contra la soleda [Militancy Against Loneliness]' (1987) and 'Canto a la desobedienci [Song of Disobedience]' (1998). He has also a writer of short stories which have been published in two collections: 'El rabo de lagartija de aquel famoso señor rector y otros cuentos de orilla [The Lizard Tail, That Famous Rector and Other Tales from Shore]' (1988) and 'Sobre esta dificil tierra [On this Difficult Land]' (1993). 'El sabor del tiempo (The Taste of Time)' is his first novel. 5.9"x9.5", 387 páginas (pages). Satisfacción garantizada (satisfaction guaranteed). FL0062 
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Flotsam and Jetsam, Higgins, Aidan
7 Flotsam and Jetsam
Higgins, Aidan

Dalkey Archive Press Chicago, Illinois, USA 2002
Trade Paperback
Very Good-, No Jacket as Issued
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

1564783162 / 9781564783165

Ex-Library

CF2 - A tight, clean, sound copy in monochrome illustrated white wraps with very minor overall shelf wear with clear plastic lamination applied to the covers plus there are the usual library stamps. label, and pocket on the top, bottom, and right outside paper edges, the inside surface of the front cover, and the last page. A collection of short prose and fiction of Aidan Higgins, one of the most highly respected Irish writers of the past fifty years. The author is a winner of the James Tait Black Memorial Prixe and the Irish Academy of Letters Award plus he has a novel shortlisted for the Booker Prize. By the author of "Asylum and Other Stories," "Langrishe, Go Down," "Images of Africa," "Donkey's Years," "Dog Days," and "The Whole Hog." Notes on the text, 470p. SCW11642 
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Gesträch über Balzacs Pferd: Vier Novellen (Discussion about Balzac's Horse: Four Stories), Hofmann, Gert
8 Gesträch über Balzacs Pferd: Vier Novellen (Discussion about Balzac's Horse: Four Stories)
Hofmann, Gert

Residenz Verlag Berlin, Germany 1981
Hard Cover
Very Good, Very Good
12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall
German Language Edition
3701702748 / 9783701702749



A2 - A German language edition hard cover book in very good condition. A tight, clean, sound copy with very minor overall shelf wear and it is slightly shelf cocked. The dust jacket shows minor overall shelf wear with some light edge wear at the top and bottom spine edges and at the corners plus there is some slight soiling of the outside paper edges. 'Gesträch über Balzacs Pferd: Vier Novellen' (Discussion about Balzac's Horse: Four Stories) is a collection four novellas published in 1981 by Gert Hofman featuring Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz (1751 - 1792), Giacomo Girolamo Casanova (1725 - 1798), Honoré de Balzac (1799 - 1850) and Robert Walser (1878 - 1956), each featured as the main character of his story. The novellas are 'Die Rückkehr des verlorenen Jacob Michael Reinhold Lenz nach Riga' (The Return of the Prodigal Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz from Riga), 'Casanova und die Figurantin' (Casanova and the Figurant), 'Gesträch über Balzacs Pferd' (Discussion about Balzac's Horse) and 'Der Austritt des Dichters Robert Walser aus dem Literarischen Verein' (The Resignation of the Poet Robert Walser from the Literary Society). The author has not chosen just any writers as the protagonists in these stories. Rather, they are very different from each other yet they are all exiles from normal regardless of whether they live as fugitives (as Casanova) or not (as Walser). These stories derive their power from the events depicted as well as from the conflict between everyday life and the life of the untamed poet. Each story describes a culmination and turning point in each extraordinary life. Though these stories are fictional they contain aspects of historical truth. Where the historian says: So it was, here Hoffman says: So it is, meaning it could have been. Gert Hofmann (1932-1993), was a German writer and professor of German literature. He was born in Limbach in Saxony, Germany and died in Erding, near Munich. He published plays, essays and novels. Hofmann began his career as a writer of radio plays and became a novelist later in life. He received a number of literary awards during his lifetime including the Ingeborg-Bachmann-Preis (1979), the Alfred-Döblin-Preis (1982) and the Müncher Literaturpreis (1993). Lenz, Casanova, Balzac und Robert Walser - nicht irgendwelche Schriftsteller sind es, die Gert Hofmann sich als Protagonisten dieses Novellenbandes ausgewählt hat. Vielmehr sind es solche, die - so verschieden sie auch voneinander sind - zu den Umgetriebenen, den ständig Gefährdeten zählen, ganz gleich, ob ihr Lebenslauf auch nach aussen hin offensichtlich bewegt war (wie bei Casanova) oder nicht (wie bei Walser). Die Spuren eines Dichters sind seine Bücher, die doch nicht zu trennen sind von dem Leben, das er geführt hat und aus dem sie erwuchsen. Nicht Neugier, sondern Anteilnahme und Wahlverwandschaft haben Hofmann bewogen, mit Hilfe seiner Phantasie eine Summe aus seinen Erfahrungen mit den vier Genannten und sich selbst zu ziehen. Diese Novellen beziehen ihre Spannung aus der >>unerhörten Begebenheit>> ebenso wie aus dem >>Konflikt des Gesetzlichen und des Ungebändigten<<. Sie schildern Kulminations- und Wende- punkte aussergewöhnlicher Existenzen, in denen das historisch Denkbare als das gegenwärtige Wahrhaftige erscheint. Wo der Geschichtsschreiber sagt: So war es, da sagt der Schriftsteller: So könnte es gewesen sein, und meint damit: So ist es. Gert Hofmann (1932-1993) war ein deutscher Schriftsteller und Professor für deutsche Literatur. Er war in Limbach in Sachsen, Deutschland geboren und starb in Erding bei München. Er veröffentlichte Theaterstücke, Essays und Romane. Hofmann begann seine Karriere als Autor von Hörspielen und wurde Schriftsteller später im Leben. Er erhielt eine Reihe von literarischen Auszeichnungen zu Lebzeiten einschließlich des Ingeborg-Bachmann-Preis (1979), das Alfred-Döblin-Preis (1982) und die Müncher Literaturpreis (1993). 5"x7.6", 190 seiten (pages). Zufriedenheit garantiert (satisfaction guaranteed). FL0027 
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9 Henry James: Seven Stories and Studies
James, Henry; Stone, Edward (editor)

Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc. New York, New York, USA 1961
Trade Paperback
Very Good, No Jacket as Issued
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall





CG5 - A trade paperback book in good+ to very good- condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in color illustrated black wraps with very minor overall shelf wear mainly in the form of some light wrinkling and creasing on the spine. This book contains seven of Henry James' stories and more than fifty commentaries on them. Suggested reading, 310p. SCW08152 
Price: 5.00 USD
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Home Spun: A Collection, Hale, Leon
10 Home Spun: A Collection
Hale, Leon

Winedale Publishing Houston 1997
Hard Cover
Fine, Fine
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
First Edition
0965746828 / 9780965746823
Signed by Author


A2 - A first edition hard cover book signed and dated by author in fine condition in a fine dust jacket. Dust jacket is mylar protected. Among the many pleasures to be enjoyed here are observations about what can happen when you turn off the TV; his continuing quest for a hobby; what stopped a friend from suicide; the subtle changes that forecast autumn; his reaction to a violent movie; the thief who stole a suitcase of books; what it's like to grow older; a dog who eats sticks; and what his mother saved instead of money. 8.5"x6". 248 pages. Satisfaction Guaranteed. EC5151BB 
Price: 15.00 USD
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11 Home Spun: A Collection
Hale, Leon

Winedale Publishing Houston 1997
Hard Cover
Fine, Fine
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
First Edition
0965746828 / 9780965746823
Signed by Author


N6 - A first edition hardcover book signe and inscribed by the author to previous owner in fine condition in fine dust jacket that is mylar protected. Among the many pleasures to be enjoyed here are observations about what can happen when you turn off the TV; his continuing quest for a hobby; what stopped a friend from suicide; the subtle changes that forecast autumn; his reaction to a violent movie; the thief who stole a suitcase of books; what it's like to grow older; a dog who eats sticks; and what his mother saved instead of money. Satisfaction Guaranteed. EC23438BB 
Price: 15.00 USD
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12 Ibsen: A Collection of Critical Essays
Fjelde, Rolf (Edited by)

Prentice-Hall, Inc. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 1965
Hard Cover
Good, Good
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
8th Printing


Ex-Library

BS1 - DJ is mylar protected. DJ has wrinkling, chipping, crease, and tears on some edges and corners, label on the front and spine with taped label, inside flaps adhered to the fixed endpapers, discoloration and shelf wear otherwise good. Book has chipping and wear on the cover edges, lightly bumped on some corners, remainder mark on the bottom, stains and foxing on the page edges, library stamping on the top and copyright page with couple of labels, label and cardholder adhered on the back loose endpaper, discoloration, and shelf wear otherwise good. Twentieth Century Views. Maynard Mack, Series Editor. EC12888BB 
Price: 7.00 USD
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13 In Chancery and Awakening
Galsworthy, John

Charles Scribner's Sons New York, New York, USA 1969
Trade Paperback
Very Good, No Jacket as Issued
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall





CH4 - A trade paperback book in very good condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in color illustrated white wraps with very minor overall shelf wear with some very light yellowing of the back cover and around the edges of the front and back endpapers plus there is the original owner's bookplate on the inside surface of the front cover plus there is an exlibrary stamp on the front endpaper. This is the second volume in the author's "The Forsyte Chronicles" plus the the interlude short story "Awakening." The novel is about the love between Irene and Young Jolyon Forsyte, Soames's cousin. Irene and Soames divorce; she marries Jolyon and bears a son, Jon. Soames and his second wife, Annette Lamotte, have a daughter, Fleur. The other two titles in the series are "The Man of Property" and "To Let." By the author of "The White Monkey," "Maid in Waiting," "The Silver Spoon," "Flowering Wilderness," "Swan Song," and "One More River." 286p. SCW12595 
Price: 3.50 USD
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Jigs and Reels, Harris, Joanne
14 Jigs and Reels
Harris, Joanne

Doubleday London 2004
Hard Cover
Very Good, Very Good
12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall
First Edition
0385606427 / 9780385606424
Signed by Author


CA2 - A first edition first printing hard cover SIGNED by author on the title page in very good condition in very good dust jacket that is mylar protected. Dust jacket and book have some bumped corners, light discoloration and shelf wear. This book is the author's first collection of short stories. Here, she proves she is as good as her word by creating an eclectic selection of tales for our times that will delight, surprise, entertain and horrify in equal measure. 7.5"x5.25". 273 pages. Satisfaction Guaranteed. SCW12697 
Price: 23.00 USD
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15 Joseph Andrews Preceded By Shamela
Fielding, Henry

Everyman's Library/Dutton New York, New York, USA 1975
Trade Paperback
Very Good, No Jacket
12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall

0460014676 / 9780460014670



CA2 - A trade paperback book in very good condition. An unread, tight, clean, sound copy in color illustrated red wraps with very minor overall shelf wear. "Joseph Andrews" is a parody directed against Samuel Richardson's "Pamela." It is also one of the great comic character portraits in English fiction, Parson Adams. This edition is an amendment of the text prepared by George Saintsbury from the first Fielding collected edition of 1762 "Shamela" is a skit on "Pamela." The text is based on the 2nd edition of 1741. Endnotes, 304p. SCW04706 
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16 Joseph Andrews: The History of the Adventures of Joseph Andrews and His Friend Mr. Abraham Adams
Fielding, Henry

W. W. Norton & Company, Incorporated New York, New York, USA 1958
Trade Paperback
Very Good, No Jacket
12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall

0393002748 / 9780393002744



CA2 - A trade paperback book in very good condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in illustrated blue and white wraps with very minor overall shelf wear. Introduction by Mary Ellen Chase. A comic epic that is one of the noted early English novels. By the author of "Tom Jones." 320p. SCW04343 
Price: 3.50 USD
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Poetry After Auschwitz: Remembering What One Never Knew, Gubar, Susan
17 Poetry After Auschwitz: Remembering What One Never Knew
Gubar, Susan

Indiana Univ Pr Bloomington, Indiana, U.S.A. 2003
Hard Cover
Fine, Fine
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
First Edition
0253341760 / 9780253341761
Signed by Author


AW-3. DJ is mylar protected. Book is solid, clean, and bright. SIGNED BY AUTHOR on title page. Inscription reads, For Diane- With Admiration, Susan Gubar. MC2470BB 
Price: 65.00 USD
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18 The Autumn of the Patriarch
Garcia Marquez, Gabriel

Morrow/Avon New York, NY, U.S.A. 1977
Mass Market Paperback
Very Good-, 
4.25"x7"

0380017741 / 9780380017744



BX5 - A mass market paperback book in very good- condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in color wraps with minor overall shelf wear plus some very light creasing of the spine plus some yellowing of the paper edges plus some light foxing of the inside of the covers. The portrait of a monstrous Cribbean tyrant. He was concieved in a storm of blubottle flies, born in a convent doorway, gifted at birth with huge deformed feet and given an impossibly long life. By an author noted for his use of 'magic realism'. Translated from the Spanish by Gregory Rabassa. The author is a winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature. By the author of "One Hundred Years of Solitude", "No One Writes to the Colonel, "The General in His Labyrinth," and "Love in the Time of Cholera." 251p. SCW01831 
Price: 3.50 USD
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19 The Awkward Age
James, Henry

W. W. Norton & Co. New York, New York, U.S.A. 1969
Trade Paperback
Very Good-, 
5"x7.75"

0393002853 / 9780393002850



BX5 - A trade paperback book in good+ to very good- condition. An unread, tight, clean, sound copy in black and white photo illustrated brown and white wraps with very minor overall shelf wear with some light fading on the spine edge and top edge of the front cover plus there is some very light browning of the spine plus there is some very light yellowing of the back cover and outside paper edges. A novel about the tension between various views of women in the 1890s as well as the fading of the Eastern American aristocracy. The story is about a young society woman whose attempts at marriage are foiled by various members of her mother's social circle. 368p. SCW12884 
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20 The Inheritors
Golding, William

Harvest Book/Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc. New York, New York, USA 1962
Trade Paperback
Very Good, No Jacket as Issued
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall





CH5 - A trade paperback book in very good- condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in color illustrated white wraps with only very, very minor overall wear plus some very light soiling overall plus some light creasing of the front cover at the top right corner. A story told through the eyes of Neanderthas, a species whose experience of the world is different modern mans. The central idea of the book is that modern man is made up of both the innocent and empathetic nature of the Neaderthals and the immorality of the more "advanced" Homo Sapiens. By the author of "Free Fall," "Pincher Martin," and "Lord of the Flies." The author is a winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature. 233p. SCW01978 
Price: 3.50 USD
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