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The New University Wits and the End of Modernism
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The New University Wits and the End of Modernism

By O'Connor, William Van

Carbondale: South Illinois University Press. 168pp. Includes chapters on Philip Larkin, John Wain, Iris Murdoch, Kingsley Amis, as well as a study in the  shift of literary conventions. Red cloth with gilt titles to spine. A little faded and bumped to spine ends, and edges. Dust wrapper is much rubbed and a little baggy. Very good copy in good dust wrapper . Hardcover. Reprint. 1968.

$7.89

Little Wilson and Big God
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Little Wilson and Big God

By Burgess, Anthony

London: Penguin,. Paperback. 460pp. Autobiography. Heavily sunned to spine. Creased to spine. Rubbed. Binding is sound. A serviceable copy. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1988.

$3.94

New Writing

By Bradbury, Malcolm and Judy Cooke

London: Minerva,. Paperback. 389pp. Specially commissioned stories, essays, poems, interviews etc. Writers include David Lodge, Carol Ann Duffy, Anthony Thwaite, Dannie Abse, Hilary Mantel, Graham Swift, Gilbert Adair, Doris Lessing etc. Interviews include Angela Carter interviewed by Lorna Sage. Spine is lightly creased. Binding is still sound. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1992.

$3.94

Le Roman En Grande-bretagne Depais 1945 (le Monde Anglophone)
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Le Roman En Grande-bretagne Depais 1945 (le Monde Anglophone)

By Ruer, Jean, Éliane Jacques, Bernard Jacquin, Margaret Jones-Davies and Suzanne Kim.

Paris: Presses universitaires de France,. Paperback. 268pp. TEXT IN FRENCH. Writers covered include Kingsley Amis, Anthony Burgess, Ivy Crompton Burnett, Lawrence Durrell, John Fowles, William Golding, Graham Greene, L. P. Hartley, Doris Lessing, Malcom Lowry, Iris Murdoch, Alan Sillitoe, C P. Snow, Muiel Spark, Evelyn Waugh and Angus Wilson. Inscribed by 4 of the authors to a British academic. A little sunned with light reading wear. Very good copy. . Paperback. 1981.

$9.20

Angus Wilson: Mimic and Moralist
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Angus Wilson: Mimic and Moralist

By Faulkner, Peter

London: Martin Secker & Warburg,. Hardback. 226pp. Criticism covering seven novels from Hemlock and After and ending with As If By Magic.  A little faded. Very good copy in very good dw. . Hardcover. 1980.

$10.51

Unsent Letters
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Unsent Letters

By Bradbury, Malcolm

London: Andre Deutsch,. Hardback. 218pp Hint of creasing to top edge of dust wrapper. A little tanned. Very good copy in very good dw. . Hardcover. First edition. 1988.

$6.57

Will This Do?  The First Fifty Years of Auberon Waugh
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Will This Do? The First Fifty Years of Auberon Waugh

By Waugh, Auberon

London: Arrow,. Paperback. 288pp. Autobiography. 2 selections of black and white plates. Pages lightly tanned. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1992.

$2.63

I'm the King of the Castle
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I'm the King of the Castle

By Hill, Susan

London: Penguin,. Paperback. 223pp. Novel. Pages lightly tanned. A little rubbed. Binding is sound. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1974.

$1.97

Lion's Honey: The Myth of Samson

By Grossman, David

Edinburgh: Canongate Books,. Hardback. 155pp. A reworking of the myth of Samson by Israeli writer David Grossman. Translated into English from the Hebrew by Stuart Schoffman. New, unread copy. New . Hardcover. 2006.

$6.57

Atrocity and Amnesia: The Political Novel since 1945
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Atrocity and Amnesia: The Political Novel since 1945

By Boyers, Robert

New York: Oxford University Press,. Paperback. 259pp. Covers Milan Kundera, V. S. Nailpaul, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Nadine Gordimer, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Gunter Grass, Alejo Carpentier, Graham Greene, Miguel Ángel Asturias, Jorge Semprun and George Steiner. Rubbed to edges. Pages are tanned. Stamped damaged to one prelim but there are no major faults just the tanning and rubbing mentioned. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1985.

$7.89

Lion's Honey: The Myth of Samson

By Grossman, David

Edinburgh: Canongate Books,. Hardback. 155pp. A reworking of the myth of Samson by Israeli writer David Grossman. Translated into English from the Hebrew by Stuart Schoffman. New, unread copy New . Hardcover. 2006.

$6.57

East, West

By Rushdie, Salman

Jonathan Cape,. Hardback. First edition. 216pp. Short story collection. Clean and neat. Good+, sound copy . Hardcover. First edition. 1994.

$2.63

Empire of the Sun
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Empire of the Sun

By Ballard, J. G.

London: Grafton,. Paperback. 351pp. Novel set in WWII. Neat and tight but pages tanned. Good+, sound copy. . Paperback. 1985.

$1.64

Fiction and the Fiction Industry
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Fiction and the Fiction Industry

By Sutherland, J. A.

London: Athlone Press,. Hardback. 231pp. Divided into 3 sections: Crisis and Change; State Remedies; Trends, Mainly American. Covers topics such as the reviewing establishment, Public Lending Right, The Arts Council, book clubs, genre publishing, independent publishing etc. Occasional pencil annotation. Blue boards are sunned especially to spine. Dust wrapper is browned to edges and has some mlight edge wear. Good+, sound copy in good+ dw. . Hardcover. 1978.

$10.51

Palimpsest: A Memoir
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Palimpsest: A Memoir

By Vidal, Gore

London: Andre Deutsch,. Hardback. 435pp. Memoir from the American novelist deals with early life and school, his time in the army, writing, writers (including Tennessee Williams, Truman Capote, Christopher Isherwood, Jack Kerouac, Norman Mailer etc), politics and more. Integral black and white photographs. Pages uncut. Translucent dust wrapper has one very tiny crease. Very clean and bright. Near fine copy in near fine dust wrapper. . Hardcover. 1995.

$14.46

Degenerative Prose: Writing Beyond Category
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Degenerative Prose: Writing Beyond Category

By Amerika, Mark and Ronald Sukenick (editors)

Black Ice Books,. 148pp. Collection of avant-garde, innovative pieces playing with genre and other mainstream concepts. Some edge wear. Good+, sound copy. . Paperback. 1995.

$7.89

Garcia Marquez for Beginners
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Garcia Marquez for Beginners

By Solanet, Mariana illustrated by Hector Luis Bergandi

New York: Writers and Readers,. Paperback, 9'' x 6'', 176pp. Idiosyncratic approach to the life and work of Colombian novelist Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Illustrated with black and white cartoon style graphics throughout. Brief bibliography. Index. Very clean and bright. Rubbed to edges with a tiny area of surface damage to tail of spine. A very good copy. . Paperback. 1999.

$6.57

Charlotte Gray

By Faulks, Sebastian

London: Hutchinson,. Hardback, 393 pp. Third in Faulks's trilogy of novels in France. Blue boards lightly rubbed and bumped. D/w is worn to top edge with some small tears and chips. Very good copy in fair dust wrapper . Hardcover. 1998.

$5.26

Margaret Drabble: Puritanism and Permissiveness
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Margaret Drabble: Puritanism and Permissiveness

By Myer, Valerie Grosvenor

London: Vision Press,. Hardback. 200pp. An assessment of Drabble's first 6 novels with particular emphasis on The Millstone and The Waterfall. Brief checklist of Drabbles' novels and characters. Brief index. Dust wrapper is sunned to spine and has light occasional surface damage, and one closed tear. Very good copy in Good dw. . Hardcover. 1974.

$6.57

Celeste Goes Dancing and Other Stories: An Argentine Collection

By di Giovanni, Norman Thomas (editor)

London: Constance,. Hardback. 184pp. 14 short stories, from the 1970s or 1980s, translated by Norman Thomas di Giovanni and Susan Ashe. Many of the writers are translated into English here for the first time. Neat white boards with gilt tiltles. Dw has some edge wear. Some pencil annotation rubbed out to ffep. Near fine copy in very good dw. . Hardcover. 1989.

$11.17

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