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Batsford Ltd, Part of the "Face of Britain" series, originally published in Green cloth binding with darker green lettering on the front cover and spine.
Clean text; The Preface notes that "This is not a guide-book. Top edge stained green. Illustrated with many black-and-white photographs. Bumped at the corners and bottom edges.
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The dustwrapper, with a design by Brian cook, is clipped; oddly, the original price of 12s 6d remains. Fourth Edition. Doyle, Paul A. This critical study of thegreat Irish author is ironically part of the "English Author Series. Maroon cloth binding with gilt titling on spine and front cover which also sports an English lion rampant. Clean text; pages; indexed. Very bright and clean. The dustwrapper has light surface soiling, with some edgewear and a crease; in an archival plastic protector..
Roddy Doyle is a Booker Prize winner; this is the first volume in his series on Ireland since the Revolution. A Fine copy of the First American Edition. Salmon-coloured paper-covered boards with a black spine; titled in copper. Acclaimed Irish author Doyle, a Booker Prize winner, is certainly one of the finest writers today. This is a Fine copy of the First Edition.
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Brown paper-covered boards with black cloth spine and copper lettering. The dustjacket is unclipped; also Fine, in an archival plastic protector. Signed by Author. Roddy Doyle is an incredibly good writer who has won the Booker Prize, and this is an incredibly good novel. This is a Fine copy of the First American Edition. Orange paper-covered boards with a black cloth spine; titling on the spine in turquoise.
The dustjacket is Near Fine; just hints of some wrinkling at the margins of the spine. The sixth novel by the Booker Prize winning Irish author. This is a Fine copy of the First Canadian Edition stated. Green paper-covered boards with gilt lettering. Clean text; pages, fore-edge deckled. The dustjacket is unclipped, also Fine.
In an archival plastic protector. Doyle's fourth novel, which won the Booker Prize in Famously, the publisher mis-spelled "Clarke" on the dustjacket spine, dropping the "e" in the First State. Black paper-covered boards with a brown cloth spine; silver titling on the spine. Some extremely slight creasing at the edges, not enough to detract from its appearance. The third volume in Doyle's "Barrytown Trilogy," a picaresque tale of fish and chips and how it can all go wrong.
Light gray paper-covered boards with a black cloth spine; red lettering on the spine. The first free endpaper has been removed; else a Fine copy. The dustjacket has been price-clipped; else Fine, in an archival plastic protector. First published as a pamphlet in and subsequently a "lost work. Nicely bound in gray cloth with a red spine. Decoratively ruled, with titling on the spine in gilt.
No dustwrapper; comes with a gray cloth slipcase. A very attractive edition of this scarce work.. Doyle introduced Professor Challenger as a character in this work; the title serves as the name and description for an entire genre of adventure novels. Tan ribbed cloth binding, with gilt titling on the spine and front cover. Frontis and fifteen other illustrations.
A sound copy of an iconic work, lacking the dustjacket; in an archival plastic protector.. Dreiser's most famous novel, and probably that which will preserve his reputation. Two volumes, pages and pages; text is clean and fresh.
Discreet bookseller's sticker on the rear paste-downs. Dark gray cloth bindings with gilt lettering; blindstamped medalion "TJ" on the front cover. Very minimal wear to either volume, but Volume One has a few red spots on the spine drops of blood? This is the only real defect in what is otherwise, and remains, a very nice set. No dustjackets, but present is the marbeled original slipcase, showing no real wear. Very scarce with the slipcase in such nice condition. Later Printing..
Dreiser's fifth novel, an autobiographical work on art and sexuality, was originally published by John Lane in The publisher withdrew it, fearing legal action by anti-vice organizations who considered it obscene. Support for Dreiser by major American literary figures turned the tide and it was reissued by Horace Liveright in Not considered Dreiser's best work, its notoriety made it a best seller.
This is a Very Good Plus copy of the Reprint edition. Black cloth binding with gilt lettering on the spine. Red topstain, others rough-cut. Previous-owner inscription on the FFEP. Minor rubbing at the margins, and a small tear at the foot of the spine. A solid copy, lacking a dustjacket. Umber paper-covered boards with a black cloth spine; gilt titling on the spine and Dreiser's signature in gilt on the front cover. Clean text; xi, pages. There are fifteen "symbols" by Hugh Gray Lieber. Light soil, mildly bumped, light rub to spine margins. A solid copy, somewhat less common than the limited version.
Lacking the dustjacket.. In , having recently accepted the publishing contract of a new publisher, Boni and Liveright, Dreiser proposed to publish a "book of characters" that would collect twelve biographical sketches of individuals who were major influences on Dreiser, both as a man and as a writer. The resulting narratives combine the best attributes of the character sketch, the autobiography, and the short story into miniature masterpieces of prose.
Dark blue cloth binding with yellow titling on the spine and front cover. Bookplate on the front paste-down, and a small label on the rear. Minor rub to corners, top dusty, small spot on fore-edge; the spine has darkened but the lettering is perfectly clear.
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Lacking a dustjacket.. Albert Dressler , a cartoonist and California historian, wrote and self-published this sweet history of San Francisco's favorite looney. A Very Good copy; red cloth binding with black lettering; binding is firm but has moderate soiling. The text is clean and fresh; 31 pages, with many charming illustrations. No dustjacket, and lacking the separte proclamation sheet. Blue cloth binding, ruled in red, with white lettering on cover and spine. Quercus notes that the binding is a match for another publication by Harper, Steevens's "Tragedy of Dreyfus," also , and speculates that they were a possible series.
Clean text; pages, indexed. Corners are bumped, the hinges are cracked but holding nicely. No dustjacket. Volume the Third.
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Amboyna: Or, The Cruelties of the Dutch And R. Tonson, Nice smooth calf binding with gilt ruling on the covers. Five raised bands on the spine, with two red labels; titled and decorated in gilt, with the date "" at the foot of the spine.