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Dr. Futurity / Slavers of Space
New York: Ace Books, 1960. First Edition. Dick's novel was expanded from the story Time Pawn, which originally appeared in the pages of Thrilling Wonder Stories. "A time machine pulls a twnety-first century doctor four hundred years into the future. The science of medicine is then unknown because of a....
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Dr. Futurity / Slavers of Space
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The Unteleported Man / The Mind Monsters
New York: Ace Books, 1964. First Edition. First Printing, a paperback original bound dos-a-dos with Howard L. Cory's The Mind Monsters. Octavo; illustrated wraps; yellow-orange edgestaining; 258pp. Slight glue ridge to spine, with a few pinpoint rubs to extremities; a fresh, Near Fine copy, without tanning to text edges. LEVACK 43a.
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The Unteleported Man / The Mind Monsters
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Poems Written Before Jumping Out Of An 8 Story Window
Glendale: Poetry X/Change, [1968]. First Edition. DORBIN A12. KRUMHANSL 28a. Regular Issue, one of ca.400 copies published. Slim octavo; illustrated wrappers, stapled; [32pp]; illus. Light wear to extremities and center of rear cover, with a few faint creases and small stains to wrappers; internally clean; Very Good+.
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Poems Written Before Jumping Out Of An 8 Story Window
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Confessions Of A Man Insane Enough To Live With Beasts
Bensenville, IL: Mimeo Press, 1965. First Edition. A "long short story" featuring the first appearance of Bukowski's fictional alter-ego, Henry Chinaski. With an introduction consisting of 12 lines excerpted from a Stever Richmond letter to Blazek. DORBIN A8; KRUMHANSL 17. Published by Douglas Blazek in a run of ca.500 copies...
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Confessions Of A Man Insane Enough To Live With Beasts
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All The Assholes In The World And Mine
Bensenville, IL: Open Skull Press, 1966. First Edition. A short, humorous story detailing Bukowski's account of his hemorrhoid operation. DORBIN A10; KRUMHANSL 23. Published by Douglas Blazek in a run of ca.400 copies. Slim octavo; mimeographed sheets stapled into illustrated wrappers; [26pp]. Some trivial rubbing to extremities, else Fine.
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All The Assholes In The World And Mine
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Longshot Pomes For Broke Players
New York: 7 Poets Press, 1962. First Edition. A scarce, early chapbook, with the subjects covered by these poems being those closest to the author's heart: women, the racetrack, and classical music. A serious highspot for Bukowski collectors, noted as one of Al Fogel's "Top 20 Bukowski Rarities." DORBIN A3;...
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Longshot Pomes For Broke Players
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The Only Son
London: Heinemann Educational Books Ltd. 1966. First U.K. Edition. The Nigerian author's first novel, centered on a widow attempting to raise her only son in the ways and traditions of her people, only to lose her son to the pull of a Western education, introduced by Irish priests and missionaries...
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The Only Son
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The Strange Man
London: Heinemann Educational Books Ltd. 1967. First U.K. Edition. The Ghanaian author's first novel, following the life of a village boy from childhood to manhood. First Impression. Octavo; red cloth, with titles stamped in gilt on spine; dustjacket; 279pp. Hint of dustiness to top edge, with barely-discernable trace of a....
[Item #20241]
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The Strange Man
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Millennium 1
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1945. First Edition. An interesting morality play in which machines have taken the next step in evolution and have arrived at a stage where they can plan and execute; rational machines proceed to take over the earth, pushing humankind underground. Written and designed by Dwiggins...
[Item #20240]
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Millennium 1
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The Outcast. Drawings by Althea Willoughby
London: Faber and Faber, [1929]. First Edition. 12mo. Sewn paper wrappers; [4pp]. Two illustrations by Althea Willoughby, including color frontispiece and cover illustration. Light soil; else Near Fine. Issued as no. 22 of the Ariel Poems.
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The Outcast. Drawings by Althea Willoughby
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Alone. Wood Engravings by Blair Hughes-Stanton
London: Faber and Faber, [1927]. First Edition. 12mo. Sewn paper wrappers; [4pp]. Two illustrations by Hughes-Stanton, including color frontispiece and cover illustration. Light soil; else Near Fine. Issued as no. 4 of the Ariel Poems.
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Alone. Wood Engravings by Blair Hughes-Stanton
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Journey of the Magi. Drawings by E. McKnight Kauffer
London: Faber and Faber, [1927]. First Edition. 12mo. Sewn paper wrappers; [4pp]. Two illustrations by McKnight Kauffer, including color frontispiece and cover illustration. Light soil; else Near Fine. Issued as no. 8 of the Ariel Poems.
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Journey of the Magi. Drawings by E. McKnight Kauffer
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Marina. Drawings by E. McKnight Kauffer
London: Faber and Faber, [1929]. First Edition. 12mo. Sewn paper wrappers; [4pp]. Two illustrations by McKnight Kauffer, including color frontispiece and cover illustration. Light soil; else Near Fine. Issued as no. 29 of the Ariel Poems.
[Item #20236]
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Marina. Drawings by E. McKnight Kauffer
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Ubi Ecclesia. Drawings by Diana Murphy
London: Faber and Faber, [1929]. First Edition. 12mo. Sewn paper wrappers; [4pp]. Two illustrations by Diana Murphy, including color frontispiece and cover illustration. Light external soil, else Near Fine. Issued as no. 21 of the Ariel Poems.
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Ubi Ecclesia. Drawings by Diana Murphy
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A Living without a Boss. Illustrated
New Haven: Harper and Brothers, 1911. First Edition. Anonymously-written account of a newspaperman's escape from urban dependency and rebirth as a farmer and rural real-estate agent. Highly representative example of the progressive-era 'back-to-the-land' movement genre, celebrating Americans' independence, pluck, and courage in the face of economic adversity. Marketed as a....
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A Living without a Boss. Illustrated
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In Person: Achebe, Awoonor, and Soyinka at the University of Washington
Seattle: Institute for Comparative and Foreign Area Studies, University of Washington, Seattle, 1975. First Edition. Lectures and discussions presented during Spring Quarter, 1973, as part of U.Washington's African Studies Program's annual seminar. Octavo; stiff orange wrappers, titled and illustrated in black; 163pp; illus. Small, faint crease to upper right corner...
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In Person: Achebe, Awoonor, and Soyinka at the University of Washington
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Efuru
London: Heinemann Educational Books Ltd. 1966. First U.K. Edition. The Nigerian author's first book, a novel about being a woman in a man's world, told from the perspective of a distinguished East Nigerian woman. An important debut, as Nwapa is often credited with being the first African woman to publish...
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Efuru
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The Insider: Stories of War and Peace From Nigeria
Enugu, Nigeria: Nwankwo-Ifejika & Co. Publishers, 1971. First Edition. Anthology collection fiction about Nigeria during war and peacetime, with contributions by Chinua Achebe, Andre Aletta, Chukwuma Azuonye, Victor Nwankwo, Samuel Ifejika, Flora Nwapa, and Nathan Okonkwo Nkala, et al. Octavo; illustrated wrappers; 124pp. Some trivial rubbing to backstrip on rear...
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The Insider: Stories of War and Peace From Nigeria
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A Man Of The People
New York: The John Day Company, 1966. First American Edition. Achebe's fourth novel, the story of political corruption in a fictional African country, which ends in a coup. First Printing. Octavo; yellow cloth, with titles stamped in black on spine; dustjacket; 167pp. Brief, contemporary gift inscription to front endpaper, slightly...
[Item #20227]
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A Man Of The People
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A Man Of The People
London: William Heinemann Ltd. 1966. First U.K. Edition. Achebe's fourth novel, the story of political corruption in a fictional African country, which ends in a coup. First Impression (and correct First), preceding the American edition published the same year. Octavo; red paper-covered boards, with titles stamped in gilt on spine;...
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A Man Of The People
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No Longer At Ease
New York: Ivan Obolensky, Inc. 1961. First American Edition. First American edition of the Nigerian author's second novel, and the second volume in his "African Trilogy," consisting of Things Fall Apart and Arrow of God. The story of an Igbo man who leaves his village for a British education and...
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No Longer At Ease
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Soulbook 9: The Revolutionary Journal of the Black World
Berkeley: Soulbook, 1970. An attractive copy of this Berkeley-based black revolutionary journal, with an emphasis on art, literature, and Afrocentrism. Includes poems by Sonia Sanchez, David Henderson, Arthur Pfister, and Claude Jackson, et al. Octavo (21.5cm); illustrated wrappers, stapled; 73pp; illus. Light wear to extremities, else Near Fine.
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Soulbook 9: The Revolutionary Journal of the Black World
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Radical America - Vol.VI, No.4 (May, 1970)
Madison, WI: Radical America, 1970. Special issue of this Marxist-philosophical journal, printing excerpts from 10 of James's works, with an introduction by Martin Glaberman. 2pp partial bibliography of the author's work at rear. Octavo (21.5cm); illustrated wrappers, stapled; 114pp; illus. Light wear to extremities, else Near Fine.
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Radical America - Vol.VI, No.4 (May, 1970)
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Antigua "Independence In Association"
Nassau, Bahamas: Island Press / Michael M. Michelow, 1967. First Edition. Richly-illustrated keepsake volume, created for the occasion of Antigua's independence celebration. Promotes the virtues of nearly every facet of the island nation, from government and education to industry and tourism. Scarce; OCLC gives just 3 locations in US institutions...
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Antigua "Independence In Association"
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The Santa Fean: A National Monthly. Vol I, no. 2 (August, 1940)
Santa Fe: The Santa Fean, 1940. First Edition. Short-lived periodical geared to Santa Fe's bohemian arts community. Publication ceased in Spring, 1942. This issue with literary contributions by Ina Sizer Cassidy, Madeline Gwynne, John L. Sinclair, Alfred Morang, and others. Cover illustration from a woodblock by Willard F. Clark; one...
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The Santa Fean: A National Monthly. Vol I, no. 2 (August, 1940)

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