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ANNIVERSARY NOTES. Vladimir Nabokov. ANNIVERSARY NOTES.
[Evanston]: Northwestern University, 1970. First edition and only edition. Special supplement to TriQuarterly 17, which was devoted entirely to Navokov on the occasion of his 70th birthday. In this special supplement Nabokov reacts and responds to the contributors to TriQuarterly 17. Printed self wraps: 16 pages, cover serving as title page; last page blank; stapled. Very good or better with edges a little tanned and minor creasing.

[Book #41496]       Price: $25.00
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APG 112.3 (2004). Vladimir Nabokov. APG 112.3 (2004) Author Price Guide. (Dickerson: Quill & Brush, 2004). Includes a facsimile of the author's signature; a brief biographical sketch; a list of the author's first editions (American and British) current to the date of publication of the guide, with entries for limited and trade editions; number of copies (if available); how to identify the first edition; and estimated values with and without the dustwrapper (if applicable). Issued as a PDF file. Click HERE for a complete list of our individual Author Price Guides or for information about ordering the complete set on CD.
[Book #22862]       Price: $12.00
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THE EYE. Vladimir Nabokov. THE EYE.
New York: Phaedra, 1965. First edition, so stated. We believe this to be the first issue/state with publisher's address on copyright page and dust jacket printed on white laid uncoated paper with Trident Press mentioned at bottom of back flap. Although Juliar does not assign a priority to the two issues, we believe it would be first as it matches an advance copy we had in stock. The book is fine and bright in the white dust jacket showing a little aging with one tiny closed tear at bottom corner. Publisher's address on copyright page, presumably making this a first issue, in that we have an uncorrected proof with the address on the copyright page also (copies noted without the address are presumably later issues). Name and address on front endpaper, otherwise fine in white dust jacket with a little darkening around edges.

[Book #47742]       Price: $125.00
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LA COURSE DU FOU.(THE WAY OF MADNESS) (THE DEFENSE). Vladimir Nabokov-Sirine. LA COURSE DU FOU.(THE WAY OF MADNESS) (THE DEFENSE)
Paris: Univers A. Fayard Et Cie, Editeurs, (1934). First French edition. The first translation from the Russian, which was first published in Germany in Russian in 1930, and not publihed here until 1964. Printed paper wraps with minor fraying to corners, tiny tears on spine tail, creasing on spine, otherwise, binding strong, letters on spine are still bright. The trade edition, as their was a limited edtion of 75 numbered copies on better paper.

[Book #53984]       Price: $200.00
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LAUGHTER IN THE DARK. Vladimir Nabokov. LAUGHTER IN THE DARK.
Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, (1938). First edition. Published in England under the title, "Camera Obscura." The first book by Vladimir Nabokov to be printed in the United States. Variant binding in orange cloth stamped in black--one of three variant bindings. Very good with lightly soiled cover, small mark to bottom of text block, spine ends lightly bumped and rubbed, and slight tear in cloth along the upper edge. Lacking dust jacket.

[Book #51808]       Price: $200.00
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LAUGHTER IN THE DARK: Screen Adaptation. Vladimir Nabokov, Laszlo Papas. LAUGHTER IN THE DARK: Screen Adaptation.
No-place: No-publisher, 1985. First edition, "Second draft, March 1985." An unproduced screenplay by Papas based on Nabokov's 1938 novel; a remake of the 1969 French-British film which changed the story's setting from 1930's Berlin to 1960's London. According to John Colapinto in The New Yorker, this planned 1986 remake was slated to star Mick Jagger in the role of the demonic Axel Rex but "ran aground after a ten-day table read of the script when Rebecca De Mornay, cast as the sex-kitten seductress, clashed with the director, Laszlo Papas, and fled the production." A replacement was found "but the production crumbled and was abandoned" ("Nabakov and the Movies, Jan. 2, 2015). Title page with "Property of" typewritten information for "Left Boot Productions" crossed out and with "J.C. Katz" (and contact info) handwritten beneath. 127 pages, printed on rectos only. 8 1/2 x 11"; clasp-bound in beige construction cardstock with "Vladimir Nabokov's 'Laughter in the Dark'" typewritten on front and the title handwritten on bottom page edges. Covers lightly soiled, touch of minor creasing, otherwise near fine. UNPRODUCED SCREENPLAY.

[Book #53842]       Price: $750.00
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NABOKOV'S QUARTET. Vladimir Nabokov. NABOKOV'S QUARTET.
(New York): Phaedra Publishers, 1966. First edition. Variant "b" with white endpapers and pages bulking about 8.5mm. Cloth corners showing just a bit of wear, otherwise fine in bright, clean dust jacket with just a little wear on corners.

[Book #41089]       Price: $60.00
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POEMS. Vladimir Nabokov. POEMS.
Garden City: Doubleday & Co., Inc. 1959. First edition. Drawings by Robin Jacques. Complete poetic works in English to this date. Very good with offset on endpapers, small bookstore label on back pastedown, foxing and dampstains on endpapers and cloth edges rubbed; in a soiled dust jacket with one closed tear and a few small nicks. Despite the noted flaws, a nice copy.

[Book #39807]       Price: $125.00
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VLADIMIR NABOKOV [3 volumes; Library of America #'s 88 - 89]: Novels and Memoirs 1941-1951; Novels 1955-1962; Novels 1969-1974. Vladimir Nabokov. VLADIMIR NABOKOV [3 volumes; Library of America #'s 88 - 89]: Novels and Memoirs 1941-1951; Novels 1955-1962; Novels 1969-1974.
(no-place [NY]): Library of America, (1996.). First edition of each of the 3 volumes. Library of America volumes 87, 88 and 89. Includes The Real Life of Sebastian Knight; Bend Sinister; Speak, Memory; Ada; Transparent Things; Look at the Harlequins!; Lolita; Pnin; Pale Fire; Lolita: A Screenplay; as well as notes on the texts and a chronology of his life (in each volume). All 3 volumes are fine in fine dust jackets.

[Book #54975]       Price: $150.00
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THE WALTZ INVENTION A Play in Three Acts. Vladimir Nabokov. THE WALTZ INVENTION A Play in Three Acts.
(New York): Phaedra, 1966. First edition. Juliar's variant d with red endpapers and lacking "New York 17, N. Y." at bottom of back flap. Fine in dust jacket with light rubbing.

[Book #32736]       Price: $60.00
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