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Trainspotting
New York: W.W. Norton & Co. 1996. First American Edition. Welsh's first novel, a humorous, existential romp through Edinburgh centered around a group of young junkies and their affiliates. Basis for the 1996 Danny Boyle film starring Ewan McGregor. First Printing, a trade paperback original. Octavo; photo-illustrated wrappers; 349pp. Light...
[Item #19169]
Price: $60.00
 
Trainspotting
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The Golden Ocean
New York: W.W. Norton & Co. 1994. First Edition Thus. Reissue of the first novel O'Brian wrote about the sea, originally published by Rupert Hart-Davis in 1956. First Printing. Octavo; 3/4 maroon paper over navy blue cloth, with titles stamped in gilt on spine; dustjacket; 285pp. Fine in a Fine, unclipped dustjacket.
[Item #19167]
Price: $20.00
 
The Golden Ocean
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The Bomb
New York: Mitchell Kennerley, 1909. First Edition. Harris's only foray into "proletarian" fiction--a novel set among the anarchist victims of the events surrounding Chicago's Haymarket Square bombing of 1886. First Printing. Octavo; orange cloth, with titles stamped in red on spine and front panel; 329pp. Previous owners name to front...
[Item #19164]
Price: $30.00
 
The Bomb
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Without Stopping: An Autobiography
New York: Putnam, 1972. First Edition. Bowles's autobiography, covering his upbringing, life and travels abroad, and his choice of making Tangier his permanent home. First Printing. Octavo; cream cloth, with titles stamped in gilt and blue foil on spine; dustjacket; 379pp. Text edges slightly dusty, else Near Fine. Dustjacket is...
[Item #19159]
Price: $50.00
 
Without Stopping: An Autobiography
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History of the Black Man
Baltimore: Earl Koger Co, 1968. First Edition. Uncommon Afrocentric picture-book, aimed at early primary school readers. Includes an abecediary, with letters keyed to various figures in African-American history; a section of elementary readings on Black history; and various Black-themed riddles, rebuses, and word-puzzles. Illustrated throughout with line drawings clearly intended...
[Item #19122]
Price: $125.00
 
History of the Black Man
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Trends in American Capitalism
New York: International Publishers, 1948. First Edition. Octavo. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 128pp. Very Good in chipped and soiled dustwrapper. Slightly uncommon in cloth. SEIDMAN L25: "Marxist interpretation of American economic trends...authors predict that capitalism will result either in another depression or another world war, with catastrophe for the American people...
[Item #19108]
Price: $20.00
 
Trends in American Capitalism
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Narration: Four Lectures
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1969. Collector's Edition. Re-issue of four lectures by Stein, originally published in 1935. With a new introduction by Thornton Wilder. Square octavo; pink and lime green paper-covered boards, with titles stamped in black and silver on spine and panels; publisher's paper-covered slipcase and printed wraparound...
[Item #19104]
Price: $40.00
 
Narration: Four Lectures
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Capital and Labor. Together With Salesman's Dummy
Brantford, Canada: Bradley-Garretson Co. 1907. First Edition. Octavo; pictorial cloth boards, 331pp. Uncommon issue for the Canadian market. Tight and Near Fine in the original cloth boards - an unusually well-preserved copy of this book which is typically found well-worn. A fairly typical turn-of-the-century attempt by a popular author to...
[Item #19087]
Price: $60.00
 
Capital and Labor. Together With Salesman's Dummy
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Nkombo - No.9
New Orleans: BLKARTSOUTH, 1974. First Edition. Later issue of this New Orleans-based Black Arts journal, published by the BLKARTSOUTH workshop. This issue is notable for including an early, untitled poem by Alice Walker, as well as contributions by Octave Lilly, Quo Vadis Gex, Stella Ngatho, Keorapetse Kgositsile, and J.W. Ward...
[Item #19074]
Price: $50.00
 
Nkombo - No.9
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Nkombo - No.8
New Orleans: BLKARTSOUTH, 1972. First Edition. Lovely copy of this New Orleans-based Black Arts journal, published by the BLKARTSOUTH workshop. The focus of the present issue is Black Theater, with contributions primarily from editors Tom Dent and Val Ferdinand, and members of the BLKARTSOUTH workshop. Attractive wrap-around cover drawing by...
[Item #19073]
Price: $50.00
 
Nkombo - No.8
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Nkombo - Vol.2, No.4
New Orleans: BLKARTSOUTH, 1969. First Edition. Fifth issue of this New Orleans-based Black Arts journal, published by the BLKARTSOUTH workshop. This issue heavy on poetry, but including sections for prose, fiction, and drama. Contributors include Raymond Washington, Judy Richardson, Arthur Phifster, and Cornell Linson Jr., et al, and illustrated throughout...
[Item #19072]
Price: $50.00
 
Nkombo - Vol.2, No.4
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Nkombo - Vol.II, No.2
New Orleans: BLKARTSOUTH, 1969. First Edition. Third issue of this New Orleans-based Black Arts journal, published by the BLKARTSOUTH workshop. A poetry-heavy issue, with nearly two-thirds dedicated to Black Liberation and poems by and about black women. Illustrated throughout by Dwight Ott and Keith Ferdinand, with contributions by Quo Vadis...
[Item #19070]
Price: $50.00
 
Nkombo - Vol.II, No.2
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Three Tales
New York: Frank Hallman, 1975. First Edition. A slim volume collecting three short stories: Afternoon with Antaeus, The Fqih, and Mejdoub. First Printing, one of 1000 copies bound in wrappers. Small octavo; peach wrappers, with titles letterpress printed in black and red on front cover; 27pp, [2]. Rear cover slightly dusty, else Fine.
[Item #19060]
Price: $15.00
 
Three Tales
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Great Day Coming: Folk Music and the American Left
Carbondale: University of Illinois Press, 1971. First Edition. Octavo. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 219pp; illus. Fine in lightly worn and spine-sunned dustwrapper, Very Good.
[Item #19052]
Price: $25.00
 
Great Day Coming: Folk Music and the American Left
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Step It Down: Games, Plays, Songs, and Stories from the Afro-American Heritage
New York: Harper & Row, 1972. First Edition. Octavo. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 232pp; illus. Light wear and soil to board edges, else Near Fine dustwrapper with minor creases to flaps, Very Good.
[Item #19050]
Price: $20.00
 
Step It Down: Games, Plays, Songs, and Stories from the Afro-American Heritage
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Against the Madness: Art from California Campuses
N.P. The California Art for Peace Committee, 1970. First Edition. An apparent exhibition program from an unknown venue in Washington, D.C. for a collection of protest art created by students from California universities. The show represented artwork from students attending the following institutions: USC, UC Berkeley, LA, Santa Barbara, Cal...
[Item #19011]
Price: $150.00
 
Against the Madness: Art from California Campuses
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John Steinbeck: His Language
Aptos: Roxburghe & Zamorano Clubs, 1970. First Edition. Prints an introduction by James D. Hart, reproducing a letter from Steinbeck as the frontispiece and includes Steinbeck's "translation" of a Ukranian poem into a fictitious language. GOLDSTONE & PAYNE A45a. One of 150 copies printed at the Grace Hoper Press for...
[Item #18983]
Price: $150.00
 
John Steinbeck: His Language
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A Letter From John Steinbeck
N.P. Roxburghe & Zamorano Clubs, 1964. First Edition. The first appearance in print of Steinbeck's letter to his former Stanford University professor regarding his "training in versewriting." GOLDSTONE & PAYNE A42a. One of 150 copies printed at the Grace Hoper Press by Sherwood and Katharina Grover. Quarto; hand-sewn cream-colored wrappers...
[Item #18979]
Price: $200.00
 
A Letter From John Steinbeck
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This Quiet Dust
[New York: Random House, 1967]. First Edition. A promotional pamphlet issued in advance of Styron's novel 'The Confessions of Nat Turner,' reprinted from an April 1965 article written for Harper's Magazine. Quarto; blue-gray stapled wraps, with titling printed in black on front cover; 16pp. Bookplate signed by Styron loosely laid...
[Item #18976]
Price: $200.00
 
This Quiet Dust
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Against Fear [Limited Edition, Signed]
[Winston-Salem]: Palaemon Press, 1981. First Edition. The commencement address Styron gave to the 1981 graduating class at his Alma Mater (Duke University). One of 300 copies signed by the author. Small folio; white letterpressed sheets sewn into gray wrappers, with titles stamped in black on front cover; [12pp]. A Fine copy.
[Item #18975]
Price: $75.00
 
Against Fear [Limited Edition, Signed]
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A Chance in a Million [Limited Edition]
Blacksburg, VA: Press de la Warr, 1993. First, Limited Edition. Facsimile of Styron's earliest work of fiction known to survive, written at age 16 as a class assignment while attending an Episcopal boarding school in Tidewater, VA. The original document is in Styron's papers at Duke University. OCLC locates only...
[Item #18914]
Price: $50.00
 
A Chance in a Million [Limited Edition]
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Famous Unsolved Murder Mysteries
Girard, KS: Haldeman-Julius, 1937. First Edition. Octavo. Staple-bound wrappers; 128pp. Horizontal tear into margin of rear wrapper and final text page; typical toning to text, else a fresh, VG copy.
[Item #18912]
Price: $25.00
 
Famous Unsolved Murder Mysteries
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The Picturesque and Adventurous Career of Chiang Kai-shek. A Convincing Portrait of the Man and His Period in Chinese History
Girard, KS: Haldeman-Julius, 1944. First Edition. Putatively objective biography of Chiang, with much on the conditions leading to the Japanese conflict and the Communist revolution. McCabe, best known as a Freethought author, takes a clearly deprecatory line towards Chiang's religious rhetoric. A somewhat uncommon Haldeman-Julius title. Octavo. Staple-bound wrappers; 95pp...
[Item #18911]
Price: $40.00
 
The Picturesque and Adventurous Career of Chiang Kai-shek. A Convincing Portrait of the Man and His Period in Chinese History
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True Freedom for Negro and White Labor. With introduction by Norman Thomas
New York: Negro Labor News Service, N.d. [1936]. First Edition. Socialist campaign pamphlet, outlining the racial policy platform of the Socialist Party of America in the elections of 1936. Frank R. Crosswaith, the pamphlet's principal author, was a West Indian-American socialist, prominent in Harlem politics and the 1936 SP candidate...
[Item #18906]
Price: $125.00
 
True Freedom for Negro and White Labor. With introduction by Norman Thomas
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Kicked in and Kicked Out of the President's Little Cabinet
Washington DC: Andrew Jackson Press, 1936. First Edition. Anti-New Deal screed by FDR's former Assistant Secretary of Commerce. Octavo. Maroon cloth; dustjacket; 371pp. Straight, tight copy, lightly soiled, in soiled and edgeworn dustwrapper with a few chips, about Very Good.
[Item #18882]
Price: $25.00
 
Kicked in and Kicked Out of the President's Little Cabinet

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