[London: 1885]. No. 38 of 50 copies. Muir Facsimile. Read More about The Book of Thel
New York: Farrar & Rinehart, Inc, . Second printing, without logo on copyright page. Rare. Read More about Masked Women
Deep River, Connecticut: 3 October 1958. An excellent letter containing a detailed explanation of what Beals felt was necessary for the education of a creative writer. He describes “the life of a writer is one long wrestling-match with his past experience and present experience, a constant struggle to renew his..... Read More about Typed letter, signed “Carleton Beals”
Greenwich, Connecticut: New York Graphic Society, (1973). Second printing. Inscribed with drawings. Inscribed with drawings on the half-title by Beard to Don and Iris Hunt and extra-illustrated with an 1975 Christmas card on the front endpaper, two inscribed photographs on the half-title (one with dried insect), black-and-white photo of same..... Read More about Eyelids of Morning. The Mingled Destinies of Crocodiles and Men …
New York: AMS Press & Arno Press, 1967. Facsimile edition. Read More about The Yellow Book. An Illustrated Quarterly
New York: William Morrow, 1972. First edition. Inscribed to the Editor. INSCRIBED, "To Phil, As editor, all problems of theme, structure, style and character are of course your responsibilty! Best Barry 12/11/82." Read More about Runner Mack
New York: J.B. Ford, 39 Park Row, 1869. Second printing. Read More about The American Woman's Home: or Principles of domestic science; being a guide to the formation and...
[New York?]: n.d. Reverend Beecher to Chloe Beach. An amusing letter from the highly popular and controversial minister, novelist and reformer, to his good friend — or, as recent scholarship would have it, his very intimate friend — Chloe Beach, wife of Moses Beach, owner of the NEW YORK SUN..... Read More about Autograph Letter, signed (“HW Beecher”
New York: Simon and Schuster, . First edition. Signed by the author on the flyleaf. Read More about The Kremlin Letter
New York: Random House, 1939. First edition. Inscribed on the ffep "For Lady Juliet Duff/ From her grateful and/ expectant guest!/ S.N. Behrman/ New York / August 1939."Lady Juliet Duff (1881-1965), Daughter of 4th Earl of Lonsdale; wife of Sir Robert Duff, 2nd Bt.The play was written for and starred..... Read More about No Time for Comedy
Brussels: Editions Pro Temporare, 1939. Number 4 of 5 copies printed on Japon Nacré. One of 5 copies, with original leaf of manuscript. With an original leaf of manuscript by Emile Léon Posschelle for his “Mater Beata” included in this work. Also a card reading “Avec les Remerciements des Editions..... Read More about Les Sculpteurs S. M. la Reine Elisabeth; Madame Robert Haerens; Alfred Courtens. Tome IX....
Boston: I. Thomas and E.T. Andrews, 1792. First Edition, first state of frontispiece (with £150,000,000); Blanck’s state A of footnote at p. 77. Belknap’s satirical allegory on the British colonies in America is “an allegory of the clearing out of John Bull’s wilderness, and incidentally of John Bull himself.” Belknap’s..... Read More about The Foresters, An American Tale: Being a Sequel to the History of John Bull, the Clothier. In a...
Toronto: George N. Morang, 1897. Canadian Copyright Edition. Canadian Copyright Edition. Rare edition of Bellamy’s sequel to Looking Backward. Read More about Equality
New York: The Viking Press, . Read More about Humboldt's Gift
New York: Viking Press, (1970). First edition. Signed. ¶¶Signed by Bellow on front free endpaper. Read More about Mr. Sammler's Planet
New York: The Viking Press, 1956. Read More about Seize the Day. With Three Short Stories and a One-act Play
New York: The Vanguard Press, Inc, (1947). First edition. Read More about The Victim
New York: Harper & Brothers, . First edition. Read More about From Bed to Worse or Conforting Thoughts about the Bison
New York: Henry Holt, 1921. First edition, without ads. Read More about Of All Things
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1919. First edition. Read More about Tamurlaine the Great. Acting Version, prepared under the direction of Edgar Montillon Wooley...
New York: House of Books, Ltd, 1939. First edition, one of 250 numbered copies. This is a lettered copy "N" Inscribed "For Sally Wright Farrar affectionately from Stephen Vincent Benét" below colophon" and above "For- John Farrar-From his mother who loves & believes in him always." With Unpublished Poem Written..... Read More about The Ballad of the Duke's Mercy
Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1931. Reprint Edition. With Unpublished Poem Written Out. On the front free-endpaper is written out the twelve line unpublished poem, openning line "If I were the Chemical National Bank." Inscribed to Pat and Ezra Winter from Stephen and Rosemary Bénet/with wedding bells." With ALS..... Read More about Ballads and Poems 1915-1930
New York: Farrar and Rinehart, . First edition, Number 140 of 275 signed copies. Dedicated to John Farrar, his Publisher. Read More about Burning City. New Poems
Boston: The Four Seas Company, 1915. First edition, Second issue of the author's first book. Read More about Five Men and Pompey
Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc, 1934. First edition, no. 150 of 307 SIGNED copies. Read More about James Shore’s Daughter
Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1928. First trade edition. Read More about John Brown's Body