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JUSTINE. Lawrence Durrell. JUSTINE.
New York: E. P. Dutton, Inc. 1957. First U.S. edition. The first volume in his "Alexandria Quartet." Center page gathering darker than rest, very light rubbing at head and tail of spine, otherwise near fine to fine. In dust jacket with interior damp stain (not visible on exterior), tiny scrape (not affecting lettering), touch of soiling to white back panel, and slight sunning, chips and few rubs along edges.

[Book #48506]       Price: $200.00
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JUSTINE. Lawrence Durrell. JUSTINE.
New York: E. P. Dutton, Inc. 1957. First U.S. edition. The first volume in his "Alexandria Quartet." Very good with previous owner's name on front endpaper and two small nicks to the rear board, near the spine. Spine has been lightly rubbed. Inside clean. No dust jacket.

[Book #51819]       Price: $60.00
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FOUR PLAYS. Friedrich Durrenmatt. FOUR PLAYS.
New York: Grove Press, Inc. (1965). First edition. Fine in dust jacket with minor edge rubbing. Contains a lecture by Durrenmatt entitled "Problems of the Theatre" and the plays "The Marriage of Mr. Mississippi," "An Angel Comes to Babylon," "The Physicists" and "Romulus the Great." "Romulus the Great" was the basis for the Gore Vidal Broadway adaptation.

[Book #33408]       Price: $50.00
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LAYOUT IN ADVERTISING. W. A. Dwiggings. LAYOUT IN ADVERTISING.
New York: Harper and Brothers Publishers, 1928. First edition. Illustrated with line drawings throughout. Very good in patterned pictorial paper boards with gilt-lettered black cloth spine. Corners rubbed, small dampstain on front cover, spine sunned but still legible, pencilled name on front endpaper. Lacking dust jacket. The first edition seems to be scarce.

[Book #52462]       Price: $300.00
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APG 028.4 (2004). William Eastlake. APG 028.4 (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.
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THE BRONC PEOPLE. William Eastlake. THE BRONC PEOPLE.
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co. (1958). First edition. His second book and the second book in his Checkerboard Trilogy, which is included in critic Larry McCaffery's "20th Century's Greatest Hits: 100 English Language Books of Fiction." Barest shelfwear still crisp and fine in like dust jacket.

[Book #50988]       Price: $125.00
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THE LIBERATOR: Volume 1, No. 12, February, 1919. Max Eastman, , Crystal Eastman. THE LIBERATOR: Volume 1, No. 12, February, 1919.
(New York: The Liberator Publ. Co. 1919). First edition. The Liberator was a monthly socialist magazine established by siblings Max and Crystal Eastman in 1918. It continued the work of The Masses, which was shut down by the wartime mailing regulations of the U.S. government. (Wikipedia). The Liberator featured art, poetry, and fiction, as well as political reporting and commentary. This issue with portrait of Abraham Lincoln by Boardman Robinson on front cover; woodcuts by J. J. Lankes, and cartoons by Art Young, et al; poetry by Hazel Hall, Nina Bull, Rose Henderson, Elizabeth Jane Coastsworth, Beulah Amidon, et al; and contributions from the editors, Charles W. Wood, Inez Haynes Irwin, et al. Stapled paperwraps, approximately 8.5 x 10.75", 50pp plus covers. Few tiny edge tears, otherwise fine.

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THE MASSES: Vol. IX, No. 12, October, 1917, Issue No. 76. Max Eastman. THE MASSES: Vol. IX, No. 12, October, 1917, Issue No. 76.
(New York: Masses Publ. Co. 1917). First edition. The penultimate issue with memorial notice printed inside front cover, "Sacred to the Memory of our Second Class Mailing Privileges." The Masses, a graphically innovative magazine of socialist politics, was published monthly from 1911 until 1917, when federal prosecutors brought charges against its editors for conspiring to obstruct conscription. (Wikipedia). Its final issue was Nov./Dec. 1917. It published reportage, fiction, poetry and art by the leading radicals of the time such as Max Eastman, John Reed, Dorothy Day, and Floyd Dell. Contents in this issue include a letter from George Bernard Shaw, art by John Storrs, Boardman Robinson, Art Young, et al; articles by Eastman, Arturio Giovannitti, Mabel Dodge, Charles W. Wood, and more. THIS COPY WITH ONE-PAGE SUPPLEMENT "President Wilson's Letter to the Pope, An Editorial" by Max Eastman and a blank subscription slip laid in. Cover art by Fritz Zillig depicting the arresting image of a despondent woman with a halo of light around her head (who looks a bit like Crystal Eastman, Max's sister and soon to be co-editor of The Liberator). Stapled paperwraps, approximately 8.5 x 10.75", 42pp plus covers. Minor soiling, still fine.

[Book #54949]       Price: $600.00
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THE HAB THEORY. Allan W. Eckert. THE HAB THEORY.
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.

[Book #30437]       Price: $100.00
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THE BOMB AND THE GENERAL. Umberto Eco, illustrator, Eugenio Carmi. THE BOMB AND THE GENERAL.
San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, (1989). First U.S. edition. Children's book with illustrations by Carmi. Translated by William Weaver. INSCRIBED WITH A QUOTE on half-title page by Eco with the classic opening phrase, "Once upon a time." Short remainder line on bottom page edge, tucked up against spine, otherwise bright and fine in bright, fine dust jacket. ONCE UPON A TIME.

[Book #50129]       Price: $400.00
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RELATIVITY THEORY OF PROTONS AND ELECTRONS. Sir Arthur Eddington. RELATIVITY THEORY OF PROTONS AND ELECTRONS.
Cambridge: University Press, 1936. First edition. Small name on front endpaper. Light wear otherwise about very good with light offset to endpapers. Lacking dust jacket, if issued with one.

[Book #52355]       Price: $100.00
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RANEY. Clyde Edgerton. RANEY.
Chapel Hill: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1985. First edition of AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK. SIGNED by Edgerton on the title page.

[Book #29186]       Price: $175.00
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DRUMS ALONG THE MOHAWK. Walter D. Edmonds. DRUMS ALONG THE MOHAWK.
Boston: Little, Brown, 1936. First edition. Near fine with chip to bottom corner pp.33/4 but otherwise only minor wear. Spine still bright, unusual thus. Lacking dust jacket.

[Book #51223]       Price: $75.00
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PIERCE EGAN'S FINISH TO THE ADVENTURES OF TOM, JERRY AND LOGIC, In Their Pursuits Through LIFE IN AND OUT OF LONDON. Pierce Egan, illustrator Robert Cruikshank. PIERCE EGAN'S FINISH TO THE ADVENTURES OF TOM, JERRY AND LOGIC, In Their Pursuits Through LIFE IN AND OUT OF LONDON.
London: John Camden Hotten, no-date [circa 1869]. An early edition, not the first, but with the 36 colored plates by Cruikshank. Freshly re-bound in marbled boards with red leather spine ruled in gold; black leather spine label lettered in gold; top edge gilt. "Life in London" was a monthly satiric journal written by Egan and published by Hotten with illustrations by Cruikshank. The first edition of "Life in London or, the Day and Night Scenes of Jerry Hawthorn, esq., and his elegant friend, Corinthian Tom, accompanied by Bob Logic, the Oxonian, in their rambles and Sprees through the Metropolis" appeared on 15 July, 1821. British plays based on Egan's characters launched a "Tom & Jerry" craze here and, in name at least, the "Tom & Jerry" cartoon characters. Fine.

[Book #49876]       Price: $750.00
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WATERS/PLACES/A TIME. Larry Eigner. WATERS/PLACES/A TIME.
Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press, 1983. First edition. One of 26 SIGNED, LETTERED copies handbound in boards. Fine in original acetate dustwrapper.

[Book #1856]       Price: $75.00
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SPECIAL PEOPLE. Julie Nixon Eisenhower. SPECIAL PEOPLE.
New York: Simon & Schuster, (1977). First edition. INSCRIBED and SIGNED on the front endpaper by the author. Near fine in dust jacket.

[Book #47922]       Price: $50.00
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APG 021.4 (2004). T. S. Eliot. APG 021.4 (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 #22789]       Price: $20.25
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ASH-WEDNESDAY. T. S. Eliot. ASH-WEDNESDAY.
London: Faber & Faber, 1930. First edition. Fine in good-only dust jacket with considerable wear, tape repair (inside and out), 3/4-inch chipped from top of spine affecting "T. S." and small holes in spine, one of which affects "AY" in title. Still, scarce in any dust jacket.

[Book #45729]       Price: $175.00
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CHARLES WHIBLEY: A Memoir. T. S. Eliot. CHARLES WHIBLEY: A Memoir.
(Oxford: Oxford U. Press), 1931. First edition. "English Association, Pamphlet No. 80." Fine in handsewn, printed paperwraps. Whibley, a literary critic and author of several books, was a prominent columnist for Blackwood's Magazine. He recommended Eliot to Geoffrey Faber, resulting in Eliot's postion at Faber & Faber.

[Book #45721]       Price: $150.00
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THE CONFIDENTIAL CLERK. T. S. Eliot. THE CONFIDENTIAL CLERK.
London: Faber and Faber, 1954. First edition. Second issue with "I had" on page 7 vs. "Ihad." Fine in earliest dust jacket (with "10s 6d" on flap), which is about very good with spine a bit darkened, few shallow chips and small tears.

[Book #45795]       Price: $50.00
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THE CONFIDENTIAL CLERK. T. S. Eliot. THE CONFIDENTIAL CLERK.
London: Faber and Faber, (1954). First edition. First issue with "Ihad" p.7:2(up), in first-issue dust jacket, priced "10s 6d". Endpapers lightly foxed and small faint stain on front free endpaper, bookstore sticker to rear pastedown, mild spotting to rear cover, still very good to near fine in near fine dust jacket with slight tanning to spine.

[Book #54341]       Price: $60.00
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THE CONFIDENTIAL CLERK: A Play. T. S. Eliot. THE CONFIDENTIAL CLERK: A Play.
New York: Harcourt, Brace, (1954). First U.S. edition. Barest rubbing to spine ends and tips, still bright and fine in near fine dust jacket with spine toned and a touch of minor rubbing. Nicer than usually seen.

[Book #54342]       Price: $60.00
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THE FILM OF MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL. T. S. Eliot. THE FILM OF MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL.
London: Faber and Faber, (1952). First edition in second state binding. Cloth just a bit rubbed otherwise fine in price-clipped dust jacket.

[Book #47257]       Price: $100.00
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FOUR QUARTETS. T. S. Eliot. FOUR QUARTETS.
New York: Harcourt, Brace, (1943). First U.S. edition, preceding the UK hardback. First printing with the "first American edition" statement; one of only 788 copies released. Collects BURNT NORTON, EAST COKER, THE DRY SALVAGES, and LITTLE GIDDING first published separately as pamphlets in London in 1941 and '42. Cyril Connolly lists FOUR QUARTETS in his "Modern Movement: 100 Key Books 1880-1950," calling it "the most important poem since Yeat's 'The Tower,' and, as many think, of the century." The book is bright and near fine in black cloth with bright gilt lettering on spine. In the first-state, E. McKnight Kauffer-designed dust jacket with $2.00 price in upper corner front flap, back flap blank, and nine bold-print titles on rear panel ending with "Old Possum's." Small chip to top edge rear panel which is a bit tanned, short and inconspicuous closed tear to top edge front panel, spine ends and corners showing the barest nicks, otherwise the dust jacket is very good to near fine. FIRST HARDBACK EDITION.

[Book #53537]       Price: $2,000.00
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FOUR QUARTETS. T. S. Eliot. FOUR QUARTETS.
New York: Harcourt, Brace, (1943). First edition, second printing without bracketed code used in subsequent printings. Collects BURNT NORTON, EAST COKER, THE DRY SALVAGES, and LITTLE GIDDING; precedes the UK collected edition. Slender black cloth boards lettered in gilt on spine. Near fine with spine ends and corners a little shelf worn. Lacking dust jacket.

[Book #54905]       Price: $150.00
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