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Les Temps Modernes, No. 127-128, Sept/Oct 1956

By Sartre, Jean-Paul (editor)

Les Temps Modernes. Very Good; Pages toned, many pages uncut, covers scuffed and soiled.. 1956. Softcover. Edited by Jean-Paul Sartre, with articles by Carlo Levi, Simone de Beauvoir, Li Fu-Chun, and Manuel Ribera, among others. Articles include a look at modern China and the Algerian revolution. Text in French. Softcover. 193-576 pp + [12] pp of ads. .

$25.00

Peterson’s Magazine, Vols. 34 and 35, January - December 1858

Philadelphia: Peterson's Magazine. Fair with no dust jacket; Boards worn, front boards and backstrip nearly . detached, though interior clean and unfoxed.. 1858. Hardcover. Three-quarter leather with marbled sides and gilt-stamped leather lettering piece on front boards (S. R. Hubbard). A bound volume of the twelve monthly issues of this 19th century women’s magazine, containing articles, book reviews, short stories, recipes, music, poems, decorating advice, parlour amusements, and other information. Many illustrations throughout, but each issue begins with some art engravings, fashion and craft plates. Fifteen art engravings. Four color fashion plates plus 74 others. Three additional color needlework plates. ; 920 pages .

$30.00

Essays and Reviews: Or, Scenes and Characters: Being a Selection of the Most Eloquent Passages from the Writings of Thomas Babington Macauley

By Macauley, Thomas Babington

Buffalo, NY: George H. Derby & Co.. Very Good with no dust jacket; Endpapers and preliminaries foxed, but text . bright and clean.. 1849. Hardcover. Original black blindstamped cloth. ; 214 pages .

$40.00

The Critic: June 1903

NY: The Critic Company. Very Good; Covers edgeworn.. 1903. Softcover. An Illustrated Monthly Review of Literature, Art and Life. Vol. XLII, No. 6. Contains 2-page article with photos of President Theodore Roosevelt's new library in the White House, writings by Jack London, Charles Hemstreet, Edith M. Thomas, John Albert Macy, and others. Many ads. .

$20.00

The Strand Magazine, January 1936

By Churchill, Winston S. ; Kipling, Rudyard

London: The Strand Magazine. Good; Covers scuffed, creased, and detached.. 1936. Softcover. Color cover illustration of Winston S. Churchill with ten-page illustrated article "The Truth About Myself". Also includes short story "Teem- A Treasure-Hunter" by Rudyard Kipling and contributions by Francis Brett Young, E. Phillips Oppenheim, Denis Mackail and others. Many vintage ads. .

$70.00

Morrow's Almanack for the Year of Our Lord 1929

By Rascoe, Burton (editor)

NY: William Morrow and Company. Very Good in Fair dust jacket; Boards rubbed, lower corners bumped, jacket . toned, particularly at spine, with missing pieces at upper front corner, . head of spine, and lower bottom corner.. 1928. First Printing. Hardcover. 1199640824 . Quarterbound in cream cloth with gilt spine lettering and illustrated paper front board. ix, 319 pages. Black and white illustrations throughout. From the title page. “Unique and entertaining observatory of men and manners, the past, present, and future. Wit for the light-minded and instruction for the serious", by many authors, including Dorothy Parker, Rupert Hughes, William Rose Benet, Dawn Powell, Padraic Colum, James Gould Cozzens, Christopher Morley, Edmund Wilson, ford Macox Ford, and others. Did not predict the stock market crash or Great Depression. .

$45.00

The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, November, 1912 to April, 1913
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The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, November, 1912 to April, 1913

NY: The Century Co.. Good with no dust jacket; Boards worn, usual library stamps and markings, . some soiled pages.. 1913. Hardcover. Bound volume of November 1912 to April 1913 issues of Century Magazine. Maroon cloth with titles stamped in gilt on spine. Includes many articles, poems, stories, engravings, editorials, and other prose. Topics and authors include Reconstruction, tiger hunting, impeachment of President Andrew Johnson, Joseph Pennell, Violet Oakley, G. K. Chesterton on divorce, French feminism, women's "fraternities", Booker T. Washington, Jacob Riis on New York newsboys, Panama Canal, etc. Some color illustrations. ; Ex-Library; 962 pages .

$35.00

A Sense of Life
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A Sense of Life

By De Saint-Exupery, Antoine

NY: Funk & Wagnalls. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Jacket foxed and rubbed.. 1965. First American Edition. Hardcover. xv, 231 pp, index. Navy cloth binding. Jacket art by Eva Cellini. A posthumously published collection of stories and other short writings by the author of The Little Prince, who was lost over the Mediterranean Sea in his airplane during a World War II reconaissance mission for his native France. .

$40.00

The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, May 1886, to October 1886
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The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, May 1886, to October 1886

NY: The Century Co.. Good with no dust jacket; Boards worn, usual library stamps and markings, . else a clean and tight copy.. 1886. Hardcover. Bound volume of May through October 1886 issues of Century Magazine. Three-quarter leather with marbled sides. Includes many articles, poems, stories, engravings, editorials, and other prose. Many articles about the Civil War. Other topics and authors include Theodore Roosevelt on fox hunting, Emma Lazarus on William Morris, bird's eggs, ballooning (nice pix and illustrations) , Algiers, John Burroughs, Sidney Lanier, Robert Louis Stevenson, etc. ; Ex-Library; 972 pages .

$35.00

The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, May to October 1911
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The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, May to October 1911

NY: The Century Co.. Good with no dust jacket; Boards worn, usual library stamps and markings, . some soiled pages.. 1911. Hardcover. Bound volume of May through October 1911 issues of Century Magazine. Maroon cloth with titles stamped in gilt on spine. Includes many articles, poems, stories, engravings, editorials, and other prose. Topics and authors include interview with Thomas Edison, Sarah Teasdale, John Kendrick Bangs, the Yucatan, Howard Chandler Christy, wood storks, Andrew Carnegie on tariffs, Willa Cather, Jack London, Edith Wharton, A. T. Mahan on the Panama Canal, etc. Some color illustrations. ; Ex-Library; 952 pages .

$35.00

River Gods and Spotted Devils
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River Gods and Spotted Devils

By Culler, John: Wechsler, Chuck

Camden, SC: LiveOak Press. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Boards and jacket rubbed.. 1988. Hardcover. 0929822005 . xii, 284 pages. Black and white illustrations. Outdoor anthology featuring articles from the pages of Sporting Classics magazine including pieces by William Faulkner, Corey Ford, and Zane Grey. .

$15.00

A Creelful of Fishing Stories:  A Pastime Book
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A Creelful of Fishing Stories: A Pastime Book

By Van Dyke, Henry (editor)

NY: Charles Scribner's Sons. Very Good in Good dust jacket; One uncut page, jacket smudged and chipped . with several small ones missing and has a closed tear.. 1932. First Printing. Hardcover. Green cloth. Bookseller's label on lower corner of front end paper. xvii, 420 pages. Embellishments by Robert Ball. A collection of twenty-seven stories including tales by Izaak Walton, Grover Cleveland, Andrew Lang, and John Buchan. .

$30.00

New England Sees it through and Mist on the Mirror
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New England Sees it through and Mist on the Mirror

By Carroll, Gladys Hasty

South Berwick, ME: Old Berwick Historical Society. Very Good. 1969. Softcover. Two essays about New England life by Maine author Gladys Hasty Carroll. Illustrations and photo of the author. Blue stapled printed wraps. ; 23 pages .

$20.00

The Troll Garden
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The Troll Garden

By Cather, Willa; Woodruf, James (editor)

Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Jacket with one closed tear.. 1984. Second Printing. Hardcover. 0803214170 . Brown cloth binding. xxx, 176 pages. Notes to the text, textual commentary, emendations, table of revisions, and word divisions. This is the Variorum Edition edited by scholar James Woodruff of Willa Cather's first book of fiction, a 1905 collection of her earliest mature short stories. .

$30.00

Still Life with a Bridle:  Essays and Apocryphas
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Still Life with a Bridle: Essays and Apocryphas

By Herbert, Zbigniew Herbert

London: Jonathan Cape. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 1991. First Printing. Hardcover. 0224036521 . Author photo on rear dust jacket panel. Musings of Polish author and poet on his travels to Holland and explorations of the Dutch seventeenth century through art. ; 170 pages .

$20.00

Tales of Terror
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Tales of Terror

By Karloff, Boris (editor)

Cleveland and New York: The World Publishing Company. Good with no dust jacket; Boards rubbed, pages toned.. 1943. Second Printing. Hardcover. Introduction by Karloff. A collection of horror stories by a variety of authors, including Edgar Allan Poe, William Faulkner, Bram SToker, Oliver Onions, Algernon Blackwood, O. Henry, Philip Macdonald, and others. Green cloth. A Tower Mystery. ; 317 pages .

$20.00

Love in the Night
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Love in the Night

By Fitzgerald, F. Scott

NY: Clarkson Potter. Fine. 1995. Hardcover. 0517799820 . Still in shrink wrap. Pictorial boards, red ribbon ties, wraparound paper band. Gift edition of Fitzgeralds story of love, hope and memory. ; Greetings Books; 32 pages .

$10.00

In Ole Virginia
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In Ole Virginia

By Page, Thomas Nelson

NY: Charles Scribner's Sons. Very Good with no dust jacket; Boards grubby, owner name on front free . endpaper.. 1896. Later Edition; Later Printing. Hardcover. Decorative yellow floral patterned and striped buckram with cameo design in gilt and green on front boards. Top edges gilt. Illustrations by W. T. Smedley, B. W. Clinedinst, C. S. Reinhart, A. B. Frost, Howard Pyle, and A. Castaigne. Binding and title page designed by Margaret Armstrong. A collection of "local color" short stories by the Southern writer. ; 275 pages .

$25.00

Sexual Rhythms:  Sudden Fictions
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Sexual Rhythms: Sudden Fictions

By Milenski, Paul; Grande, Marilyn

Williamstown, MA: Mountain Press. Very Good; Crease to the front cover and the covers are somewhat begrimed.. 1990. First Edition. Softcover. 0962531308 . Inscribed by the authors. Author photo on rear cover. A volume in the Berkshire Artists Collaborative Project series. ; 107 pages .

$20.00

McClure’s Magazine, Volume XXXIV, November 1909 to April 1910
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McClure’s Magazine, Volume XXXIV, November 1909 to April 1910

New York and London: S. S. McClure Company. Good with no dust jacket; Boards rubbed, musty.. 1909-10. Hardcover. Bound volume of six issues of the monthly illustrated magazne. Half leather with maroon cloth boards. Many illustrations and photos. Contains articles and stories about the new drama, an Antarctic voyage by Ernest Shackleton, white slavery, organized crime in New York, pellagra, anti-immigration (the Tammanyization of America) , Russian prisons, six color plates by Jessie Willcox Smith, trapping wild horses in Nevada, Victorian explorers Livingstone and Stanley, divorce, Empress Elizabeth of Austria, Russian secret police, a play by Arnold Bennett (What the Public Wants) , Alaskan mineral wealth, literary reminiscences, Canadian agriculture, monorails, drinking, the Cherry mine disaster, the Shah of Persia, anaesthesia, the servant problem, the Duke of the Abruzzi, preventable blindness, vegetarianism, and whiskey. ; 704 pages .

$35.00

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