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51.

Stranger's Return
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1933. First Edition. Novel by the author of State Fair, wherein a divorcée leaves New York to visit her grandfather's farm in Iowa, and while recovering, unexpectedly falls in love with a married farmer. Basis for King Vidor's 1933 film starring Lionel Barrymore, Miriam...
[Item #27065]
Price: $35.00
 
Stranger's Return
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East of Moonlight
Charlotte, NC: Red Clay Books, 1973. First Edition. Brief collection of poems by the Perry County, Alabama native, most dealing with the African-American experience between the South and the North. Slim octavo (23cm); illustrated wrappers, stapled; 52pp. Fine copy.
[Item #27064]
Price: $20.00
 
East of Moonlight
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The Sound of Running Feet
London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd. 1937. First U.K. Edition. Novel "of clerks and bosses in a small real estate office where no one is actually secure. The worries and burdens of middle-class America." COAN, p.95; HANNA 2114. First Impression. Octavo (18.75cm); rust-colored cloth, with titles stamped in gilt...
[Item #27063]
Price: $30.00
 
The Sound of Running Feet
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Rebellion
Chicago: Reilly and Britton, 1911. First Edition. A novel about heredity, sex selection, and the injustice of the Catholic attitude toward divorce. Patterson was a major journalist and publisher who founded New York's Daily News. His 1908 novel Little Brother of the Rich is cited in Walter Rideout's "The Radical...
[Item #27062]
Price: $30.00
 
Rebellion
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First, The Fields
Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1941. First Edition. The author's first novel, chronicling the life of a North Carolina tobacco farmer and his relationship with the land. In the dustjacket with attractive wraparound artwork by John Alan Maxwell. HANNA 3882. Octavo (20.5cm); brown cloth, with titles stamped in...
[Item #27061]
Price: $35.00
 
First, The Fields
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Nkombo - Vol.3, No.1 (March, 1971)
New Orleans: Nkombo Publications, 1971. First Edition. Attractive issue of this New Orleans-based Black Arts journal, published by the BLKARTSOUTH workshop. Contributions include poetry by Tom Dent, Val Ferdinand, Wayne O. Ross, Eric Duhe, Barbara Favorite, Ronald Singleton, Lloyd Dennis and others; illustrations throughout by Keith Ferdinand, Maureen Jackson, and...
[Item #27057]
Price: $50.00
 
Nkombo - Vol.3, No.1 (March, 1971)
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A Gallic Girl (Le Mariage de Chiffon)
New York: Brentano's, 1895. First American Edition. The most popular and translated of author and "professional" anti-Semite GYP, recounting the story of Chiffon (Rag), raised by her overbearing and cold mother the marquise de Bray (based on GYP's mother the comtesse de Mirabeau), who subsequently grows up to despise various...
[Item #27055]
Price: $200.00
 
A Gallic Girl (Le Mariage de Chiffon)
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New Masses - Vol.4, No.9 (February, 1929)
New York: New Masses, Inc. 1929. Contributions to this issue by Scott Nearing, Michael Gold, Jack Woodford, Carlo Tresca, and Joseph Freeman, et al; illustrations throughout by William Gropper, Louis Lozowick, Dorothy Owen and others. Quarto (30cm); photo-illustrated wrappers, stapled; 32pp; illus. Toning and wear to extremities, foxing and dust-soil...
[Item #27052]
Price: $30.00
 
New Masses - Vol.4, No.9 (February, 1929)
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New Masses - Vol.4, No.8 (January, 1929)
New York: New Masses, Inc. 1929. Contributions to this issue by Michael Gold, Malcolm Cowley, Keene Wallis, Martin Russak, Joyce Kilmer, and Ralph Chaplin, et al; illustrations throughout by Art Young, Louis Lozowick, Diego Rivera, William Gropper and others. Cover art featuring a woodcut by Hernandez, from a drawing by...
[Item #27050]
Price: $40.00
 
New Masses - Vol.4, No.8 (January, 1929)
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New Masses - Vol.4, No.12 (May, 1929)
New York: New Masses, Inc. 1929. May Day issue, with contributions by Bill Dunne, Martin Russak, Harvey O'Connor, Michael Gold, and Joseph Freeman, et al; illustrations throughout by Louis Lozowick, William Gropper, Aaron Sopher, and Adloph Dehn. Cover art by Gan Kolski (front) and William Gropper (rear). Quarto (29.75cm); illustrated...
[Item #27049]
Price: $40.00
 
New Masses - Vol.4, No.12 (May, 1929)
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Trick Baby: The Biography of a Con Man
Los Angeles: Holloway House Publishing Co. 1969 (but ca.1972). The author's second book, where he tells "the story of a blue-eyed, light-haired, white-skinned negro called "White Folks" - the most incredible con man he had ever met. White Folks could have passed in the white world but stayed in the...
[Item #27047]
Price: $30.00
 
Trick Baby: The Biography of a Con Man
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Mama Black Widow
Los Angeles: Holloway House Publishing Co. 1969 (but ca.1971). The author's third book, the real-life story of Otis Tilson, "an incredibly comely and tragic homosexual queen. The dialogue is in the gut idiom of the queer - the black ghetto - the deep south - the underworld - the world...
[Item #27045]
Price: $40.00
 
Mama Black Widow
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New Masses - Vol.4, No.10 (March, 1929)
New York: New Masses, Inc. 1929. Contributions to this issue by Charles Yale Harrison, H.H. Lewis, Michael Gold, Martin Russak, and John Dos Passos, et al; illustrations throughout by William Siegel, Otto Soglow, William Gropper, Louis Lozowick, Gan Kolski and others. Quarto (29.75cm); illustrated wrappers, staples; 32pp; illus. Toning and...
[Item #27043]
Price: $35.00
 
New Masses - Vol.4, No.10 (March, 1929)
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New Masses - Vol.4, No.4 (September, 1928)
New York: New Masses, Inc. 1928. Contributions to this issue by Charles Erskine Scott Wood, Horace Gregory, Arnold Roller, Scott Nearing, Martin Russak, and Michael Gold, et al; illustrations throughout by William Siegel, Louis Lozowick, Dorothy Owen and others. Cover illustrations of Sacco and Vanzetti by Hugo Gellert. Quarto (29.75cm);...
[Item #27041]
Price: $40.00
 
New Masses - Vol.4, No.4 (September, 1928)
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New Masses - Vol.7, No.7 (December, 1931)
New York: New Masses, Inc. 1931. Contributions by Charles Rumford Walker, Sam Ornitz, Molly Jackson, Michael Gold, and Norman Macleod, et al; illustrations throughout by Phil Bard, Hugo Gellert, Gilbert Rocke, Marc Kenney and others. Wraparound artwork commemorating the Harlan miners by William Siegel. A well-preserved issue. Quarto (29.75cm); illustrated...
[Item #27038]
Price: $40.00
 
New Masses - Vol.7, No.7 (December, 1931)
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Deutschland, Deutschland Ueber Alles
Berlin: Neuer Deutscher Verlag, 1929. A powerful piece of social criticism by Tucholsky, one of the most prominent German-Jewish authors and journalists of the Weimar Republic. Produced with graphic designer John Heartfield, Tucholsky managed to combine vicious attacks on everything he disliked about Germany with a declaration of love for...
[Item #27028]
Price: $200.00
 
Deutschland, Deutschland Ueber Alles
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Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream - in Rolling Stone Nos.95 & 96 (November 11 & 25, 1971)
San Francisco: Straight Arrow Publishers, 1971. First appearance in print of Thompson's drug-fueld gonzo adventure to Las Vegas, punctuated by cover and internal illustrations by Ralph Steadman. Two tabloid issues (44cm); illustrated newsprint wrappers, offset printed in colors and folded vertically at center; 72, 72pp; illus. Both issues lightly edgeworn...
[Item #27024]
Price: $200.00
 
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream - in Rolling Stone Nos.95 & 96 (November 11 & 25, 1971)
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New Masses - Vol.7, No.4 (September, 1931)
New York: New Masses, Inc. 1931. A well-preserved issue, with contributions by Michael Gold, Paul Peters, Langston Hughes, Norman Macleod, and Bill Dunne, et al; illustrations throughout by Hugo Gellert, William Gropper, Jacob Burck, Mitchel Siporin and others. Cover art by Otto Soglow. Quarto (29.75cm); illustrated wrappers, stapled; 24pp; illus...
[Item #27019]
Price: $40.00
 
New Masses - Vol.7, No.4 (September, 1931)
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The Rebel Worker: A Revolutionary Journal published by members of the Industrial Workers of the World - No.6
London: The Rebel Worker, 1966. Penultimate issue of Franklin and Penelope Rosemont's anarcho-surrealist journal, this being the scarce London edition of no.6, published by the Rosemont's with Charles Radcliffe and distributed in London on May Day, 1966 (Radcliffe, who co-edited issue 6 of Rebel Worker, would go on to publish...
[Item #27015]
Price: $375.00
 
The Rebel Worker: A Revolutionary Journal published by members of the Industrial Workers of the World - No.6
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The Rebel Worker: A Revolutionary Journal published by members of the Industrial Workers of the World - No.5
Chicago: Chicago Branch I.W.W. [1966]. Fifth issue of Franklin and Penelope Rosemont's anarcho-surrealist journal. The Rosemont's were members of the IWW and founded the Chicago Surrealist Group, which hosted a number of surrealist exhibits from their Gallery Bugs Bunny. Franklin Rosemont produced the first issues of The Rebel Worker on...
[Item #27014]
Price: $375.00
 
The Rebel Worker: A Revolutionary Journal published by members of the Industrial Workers of the World - No.5
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The Rescue of Germany and As Noble Lenders (Cover Title: O.P.M. Other People's Money! The Greatest American Racket)
New York: The Chemical Foundation, Incorporated, 1931. First Thus. Staple-bound pamphlet. Printed wrappers; 103pp. Wrappers rather worn from handling with faint crease to upper cover and tear to spine foot, rear wrapper also with long closed tears and small losses. With printed introductory leaf signed "Francis P. Gaway", as President...
[Item #26997]
Price: $20.00
 
The Rescue of Germany and As Noble Lenders (Cover Title: O.P.M. Other People's Money! The Greatest American Racket)
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The Real Huey P. Long
New York: Workers Library, 1935. First Edition. SEIDMAN G33: "An attack on senator Long for establishing a dictatorship in Louisiana...Long...personifies the fascist menace in the U.S., hopes to defeat Roosevelt in 1935 by means of empty promises..." 12mo. Pictorial, staple-bound wrappers; 47pp. Light external wear; Very Good.
[Item #26995]
Price: $30.00
 
The Real Huey P. Long
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New Masses - Vol.3, No.9 (January, 1928)
New York: New Masses, Inc. 1928. Early issue of this long-running CPUSA organ. Contents include contributions by Stuart Chase, Kenneth Fearing, Art Shields, Scott Nearing, and William Zorach, et al; illustrations throughout by Boardman Robinson, Hugo Gellert, Peggy Bacon, Reginald Marsh and others. Cover art by Adolf Dehn. Quarto (31.5cm);...
[Item #26992]
Price: $75.00
 
New Masses - Vol.3, No.9 (January, 1928)
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New Masses - Vol.3, No.8 (December, 1927)
New York: New Masses, Inc. 1927. Early issue of this long-running CPUSA organ. Contents include contributions by Ed Falkowski, Art Shields, John Dos Passos, and Genevieve Taggard, et al; illustrations throughout by Art Young, Peggy Bacon, Hugo Gellert, Adolph Denn and others. Cover designed by Wanda Gag. Quarto (31.5cm); illustrated...
[Item #26987]
Price: $100.00
 
New Masses - Vol.3, No.8 (December, 1927)
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The Jamal Journal - Vol.1, No.4 (Summer 1995)
Philadelphia: The International Concerned Family & Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal, 1995. Late (penultimate?) issue of this short-lived tabloid, edited by Abu-Jamal from Death Row and published by The International Concerned Family & Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal. Contents include numerous updates from Abu-Jamal's case, a number of his writings from death...
[Item #26984]
Price: $125.00
 
The Jamal Journal - Vol.1, No.4 (Summer 1995)

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