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New York: Viking Press, 1941. First edition. Read More about The Forgotten Village
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Toronto: The Macmillan Company of Canada Ltd, 1929. First edition, limited to 250 numbered copies (200 of which are for sale), signed by Lorne Pierce [this is copy number "24"]. Signed by Lorne Pierce on the colophon leaf [as issued], and inscribed by Lorne Pierce on the half-title page: "My..... Read More about ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON AND WILLIAM KIRBY. Unpublished correspondence to which are added some...
London: John Murray, Albemarle Street, 1911. The Centenary Biographical Edition. THE JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER JR, SET. Read More about The Works of … with Biographical Introductions by His Daughter Lady Ritchie
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(Denklingen): Babel, 1998. First edition, specially bound, signed issue, limited to 10 numbered copies (I-X), bound in full leather, signed by R. S. Thomas. LIMITED TO 10 SPECIALLY BOUND COPIES, SIGNED BY R. S. THOMAS. Very nicely printed by Martino Mardersteig, at the Stamperia Valdonega, Verona. This specially bound edition..... Read More about LAUBBAUM SPRACHE (Deciduous Language / Laubbaum Sprache. Gedichte. English / Deutsch
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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1930. First edition. S.S. Van Dine was, during his heyday, one of the most popular detective writers among both the mass audience and "intellectuals". He is better remembered today for his critical writings under his real name, especially his attack on the Encyclpdia Britannica in..... Read More about The Scarab Murder Case
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New York: Printed for E. Sargeant, 1809. First American edition. These letters were addressed to Richard Hurd, Bishop of Worcester and were first printed by Hurd for the benefit of Worcester Infirmary in 1808. A second and third edition were published in 1809. Warburton was Hurd's friend and literary patron..... Read More about Letters from a late Eminent Prelate to One of his Friends
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Philadelphia: Gutekunst, late 1880s. An attractive image of the good grey poet. In his day books, Whitman recorded receiving photographs from Philadelphia portraitist Gutekunst in March 1880. This is a later phototype of the portrait, dated to the later 1880s from a signed example in the Berg Collection at NYPL..... Read More about Phototype portrait of Walt Whitman, bearded, in soft hat and open collar shirt and jacket
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1990. #489 of 550, signed by Aaron Siskind. Read More about Song of the Open Road
New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1990. Edition limited to 550 numbered copies signed by Siskind. Read More about Song of the Open Road
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New York: Oxford University Press, 1962. First edition. INSCRIBED BY EDMUND WILSON TO LONGTIME FRIEND HELEN MUCHNIC, IN YEAR OF PUBLICATION. Inscribed to Helen and Dorothea on ffep. Helen Muchnic was a close friend of Edmund Wilson; they visited and corresponded regularly, over the course of more than thirty years..... Read More about PATRIOTIC GORE. Studies in the Literature of the American Civil War