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51.

From Bryan to Stalin [Inscribed Presentation Copy]
New York: International Publishers, 1937. Second Printing. Octavo. Blue-gray cloth boards, lettered in red on spine; dustjacket; 352pp. Inscribed by Foster on front endpaper: "To Lewis Banks: With revolutionary greetings / Wm. Z Foster," dated Nov. 7, 1937. Endpapers tanned, else a tight, clean copy of the book, in the...
[Item #20040]
Price: $150.00
 
From Bryan to Stalin [Inscribed Presentation Copy]
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Sorority Sin [PBO]
New York: Beacon, 1959. First Edition. The shocking tale of a pretty college girl imprisoned by perversion, and the man whose body held out her one hope for escape! 12mo. Pictorial card wrappers; 155pp. Text tanned, with a few page corners turned down; text block eges a little chafed; faint...
[Item #20039]
Price: $25.00
 
Sorority Sin [PBO]
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Dimitroff's Letters From Prison. Compiled With Explanatory Notes by Alfred Kurella. Translated by Dona Torr and Michael Davidson
New York: International Publishers, 1935. Second Printing. Writings assembled while Dimitrov was in prison during his trial for complicity in the 1933 Reichstag Fire. Uncommon in the photo-montage dustwrapper (signed "Gilmore"). Octavo. Red cloth boards; dustjacket; 156pp; illus. Tight, clean copy; few lines of red ink annotations to verso of...
[Item #20038]
Price: $25.00
 
Dimitroff's Letters From Prison. Compiled With Explanatory Notes by Alfred Kurella. Translated by Dona Torr and Michael Davidson
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Selections from the Prison Notebooks. Edited and translated by Quintin Hoare and Geoffrey Nowell Smith
New York: International Publishers, 1971. First Edition. Octavo. Red cloth boards, lettered in gilt on spine; dustjacket; 483pp. Light external wear; text clean, tight and unmarked; jacket fresh and unfaded - Very Good to Near Fine. Selections from Gramsci's major prison writings, written between 1929 and 1935. Translated from the...
[Item #20037]
Price: $35.00
 
Selections from the Prison Notebooks. Edited and translated by Quintin Hoare and Geoffrey Nowell Smith
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The Fall of the Russian Empire
Boston: Little, Brown & Co. 1928. First Edition. Large octavo. Red ribbed cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and front cover; 357pp. Slight soil to boards, but still a tight, straight, largely unworn copy, Very Good or better. Lacking the jacket.
[Item #20036]
Price: $25.00
 
The Fall of the Russian Empire
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Twice born in Russia: My Life before and in the Revolution. Translated by Baroness Mary Budberg. Introduction by Dorothy Thompson.
New York: William Morrow & Co. 1930. First Edition. Octavo. Black cloth boards, lettered in white on spine and front cover; decorated endpapers; 194pp. Tight, straight copy, clean and unmarked. Very Good. Revolutionary memoir of a fallen Russian aristocrat, published pseudonymously.
[Item #20035]
Price: $25.00
 
Twice born in Russia: My Life before and in the Revolution. Translated by Baroness Mary Budberg. Introduction by Dorothy Thompson.
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The Russian Enigma: An Interpretation
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1943. First Edition. "Dispassionate" interpretation of Soviet culture, by a long-time Moscow correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor. Octavo. Tan cloth boards, lettered in red on spine and front cover; dustjacket; 321pp. Near fine, unmarked copy in the original dustwrapper, lightly worn at edges; Very...
[Item #20034]
Price: $25.00
 
The Russian Enigma: An Interpretation
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Count Bruga
New York: Horace Liveright, 1926. First Edition. Satirical novel of Geenwich Village bohemian life; the title character is loosely based on Hecht's friend, the poet Max Bodenheim. Octavo. Canary-yellow pictorial cloth; red top-stain; 319pp. Tight, bright copy, cloth lightly dusted; Very Good. Lacking the jacket.
[Item #20033]
Price: $25.00
 
Count Bruga
59.

Leaves From A Russian Diary
New York: E.P. Dutton & Co. 1924. First Edition. Sorokin was a Russian intellectual, founder of the first department of Sociology at the University of St. Petersburg, and a staunch anti-Communist. He was sentenced to death by Lenin following the October Revolution; the sentence was commuted but Sorokin was exiled...
[Item #20032]
Price: $45.00
 
Leaves From A Russian Diary
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The Red Trade Menace: Progress of the Soviet Five-Year Plan
New York: Dodd, Mead, 1931. First Edition. Octavo. Red cloth boards, lettered in black on spine and front cover; 277pp; illus. Mild external wear; internally clean and unmarked; Very Good or better overall. Eighteen inserted leaves of photographic plates (halftones).
[Item #20031]
Price: $25.00
 
The Red Trade Menace: Progress of the Soviet Five-Year Plan
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Handbook of Revolutionary Warfare: A Guide to the Armed Phase of the African Revolution
New York: International Publishers, 1969. First American Edition. 12mo. Illustrated card wrappers (softcover); 122pp+index; text illus. Mild external dusting & wear; text clean, tight and unmarked; Very Good. First U.S. edition of Nkrumah's classic work on guerrilla warfare.
[Item #20030]
Price: $30.00
 
Handbook of Revolutionary Warfare: A Guide to the Armed Phase of the African Revolution
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Vietnam: A Thousand Years of Struggle
San Francisco: Peoples Press / Leviathan Magazine, 1969. First Edition. Quarto. Pictorial card wrappers; 47pp; illus. Faint vertical crease, else just mild wear - Very Good or better. Illustrations by Frank Cieciorka, Nick Thorkelson, and others.
[Item #20028]
Price: $20.00
 
Vietnam: A Thousand Years of Struggle
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Sweet Wild Wench [PBO]
New York: Crest / Fawcett, 1959. First Edition. "She was slim and she was stacked...and the gold of her hair matched the gold of her bank account..." A Joe Puma mystery. 12mo. Pictorial card wrappers (paperback original); 142pp. Bit of excess glue at spine ends, else bright and clean, with...
[Item #20027]
Price: $25.00
 
Sweet Wild Wench [PBO]
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Ride The Nightmare [PBO]
New York: Ballantine, 1959. First Edition. Noir thriller, source for the eponymous 1962 Alfred Hitchcock Hour episode as well as for the Charles Bronson vehicle Cold Sweat (1970). Photo cover (unattributed). A fresh but not fine copy. 12mo. Pictorial card wrappers (paperback original); 142pp. Hint of lean to spine; slight...
[Item #20026]
Price: $50.00
 
Ride The Nightmare [PBO]
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A Women's Poetry Reading. All Women Are Welcome To Read Their Poetry [...]
[Iowa City]: 20th Century Woman Writers - Action Studies / Iowa City Women's Press Collective, N.d. [1973?]. First Edition. From title page: "...This book is an anthology of the first and second all women's poetry readings held in Iowa City. How or if the poems were credited was left up...
[Item #20024]
Price: $150.00
 
A Women's Poetry Reading. All Women Are Welcome To Read Their Poetry [...]
66.

S.N.C.C."ers" They Probe Down To The C.O.R.E.
[Newark]: Power Press, 1968. Collection of civil-rights themed poems, with evocative b/w illustrations by Carl Whiteurs. Octavo. Staple-bound pamphlet; pictorial card wrappers; 43pp; illus. Faint sticker shadow to front wrapper, else just mild external wear; VG or better. Illustrated by Carl Whiteurs.
[Item #20023]
Price: $25.00
 
S.N.C.C."ers" They Probe Down To The C.O.R.E.
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Selections of Afro-Asian People's Anti-Imperialist Caricatures / Recueil De Caricatures ANti-Imperialistes des Peuples Afro-Asiatiques [etc...]
[Peking]: Secretariat of the Afro-Asian Journalist's Association, 1967. First Edition. Collection of anti-western, anti-imperialist caricatures drawn from Far Eastern, Middle-Eastern, African and Latin-American publications. Text and captions in four languages (English, French, Mandarin, and Arabic). Small quarto. Pictorial wrappers; [176pp]; illus. Corners slightly bumped wrappers toned on lighter portions (as...
[Item #20022]
Price: $30.00
 
Selections of Afro-Asian People's Anti-Imperialist Caricatures / Recueil De Caricatures ANti-Imperialistes des Peuples Afro-Asiatiques [etc...]
68.

The First Bolshevik: A Political Biography of Peter Tkachev
New Haven: New York University Press, 1968. First Edition. Octavo. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 221pp. Includes bibliography. Fine copy in unworn jacket.
[Item #20021]
Price: $20.00
 
The First Bolshevik: A Political Biography of Peter Tkachev
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The Forbidden Zone
New York: Doubleday Doran, 1930. First Edition. Collection of poems, sketches and short stories based on the author's experiences as an army nurse in WW1. A very fresh copy, uncommon thus. Octavo. Black cloth boards; blue top-stain; dustjacket; 211pp. Tight, Near Fine copy in the original pictorial dustwrapper, nicked at...
[Item #20020]
Price: $125.00
 
The Forbidden Zone
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The Practicing of Christopher
New York: Dial Press, 1947. First Edition. Bright copy of the author's uncommon first book, winner of the Avery Hopwood prize for 1946. Eckert went on to pen a few Crime Club mysteries in the Fifties, under the name Josephine Eckert Gill. Octavo. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 246pp. Text evenly age-toned...
[Item #20019]
Price: $75.00
 
The Practicing of Christopher
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Limbo Tower
New York: Rinehart, 1949. First Edition. Bright copy of Gresham's second novel, set among patients and staff in a city hospital's tuberculosis ward. Not in Hanna. Octavo. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 275pp. Upper edge of text block a trifle dusted, else a fully fine copy in the original pictorial dustwrapper, unclipped...
[Item #20018]
Price: $75.00
 
Limbo Tower
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The Way We Die Now [Limited Edition, Signed]
New York: Ultramarine Publishing, 1988. First, Limited Edition. Limited edition of the final Hoke Moseley novel, bound with sheets from the Random House edition. One of 99 numbered copies bound by Denis Gouey, numbered and signed by the author, this being copy no.86. Octavo; 3/4 marbled paper over quarter black...
[Item #20017]
Price: $150.00
 
The Way We Die Now [Limited Edition, Signed]
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Just As I Feared
Indianapolis / New York: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1941. First Edition. A spoof of Russia, including a straight-faced take on the industrial, economic, social, and emotional aspects of Russian life, involving a cast of characters from various walks of life. First Printing. Octavo (20.5cm); green cloth, with titles stamped in black...
[Item #20015]
Price: $125.00
 
Just As I Feared
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Mother of Truth: A Story of Romance and Retribution Based on the Events of My Own Life
New York: Graphic Literary Press, 1929. First Edition. A novel based on events from the author's life, woven around the motion picture industry in modern Russia, with a dash of romance and a Tsar-like Trust which dominates the cinema field. Abramson was a Polish-born filmmaker and screenwriter in the U.S....
[Item #20013]
Price: $200.00
 
Mother of Truth: A Story of Romance and Retribution Based on the Events of My Own Life
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Tomorrow's Bread
Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1938. First Edition. Sympathetic rendering of the life of a Jewish labor organizer among garment workers in New York and Chicago. Winner of the first Edwin Wolf Award (1938) for best novel of Jewish interest. The JPS co-published the book with a trade publisher...
[Item #20012]
Price: $100.00
 
Tomorrow's Bread

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