Pantheon, January 1943. First American. Hardcover. Jacket chipped. Lovely woodcuts throughout by Frans Masereel.
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Harper's Magazine Press, January 1974. Hardcover.
W. W. Norton & Company, August 2003. Trade Paperback. Brad Watson's first novel has been eagerly awaited since his breathtaking, award-winning debut collection of short stories, Last Days of the Dog-Men. Here, he fulfills that literary promise with a humorous and jaundiced eye. Finus Bates has loved Birdie Wells since...
Dell, January 1942. Mass Market PaperBack. Some wear and creasing, half inch closed tear.
HarperCollins, December 1992. Mass Market PaperBack. After turning his mother's precious woods into expensive subdivisions for transplanted Yankees, Garney Wilcox is found thoroughly dead--poisoned, electrocuted, and hit over the head. When Garney's mother confesses, Kate Mulcay starts looking for the real killer and discovers something much more deadly than moonshine...
Signet Classics, February 1960. Mass Market PaperBack.
Adventures in Poetry, September 2003. Paper Back. ..".full of known earthly places like the Sahara, "Old Russia," and Heathrow Airport, jumbled together like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle map of the world. Art, artifacts, things, and people partake of each other's humanity and objecthood. Yet there is nothing of the...
Del Rey Books, January 1980. Mass Market PaperBack.
Franklin Library, 1977. Leather. Full leather. Gilt edges. Moire endpaper. Silk ribbon page marker.
Mariner Books, October 2007. Paper Back.
Alyson Books, July 1998. Paper Back. From the author of the highly acclaimed novel "Stir-Fry" and the groundbreaking work of lesbian scholarship "Passions Between Women," "Hood" is a sexy, bittersweet lesbian romance.
Simon Schuster Trade, January 1959. Hardcover.
Ace, September 1988. Mass Market PaperBack. Illus. in black-and-white. When a turn-of-the-century scientist travels into the distant future in his time machine, he expects to find progress and superior people. But instead he discovers a world in decay. Reading level: 2.4.
Lippincott, (1960). Hardcover. Stated Twelfth Impression. Brown boards in green cloth backstrip. A clean, very slightly cocked copy, but tight with sharp corners. The jacket is price-clipped (with pinking shears) at top and bottom, with very minor chipping along the edges and several rubbed spots, mostly along the creases. A....
Dell, January 1950. Mass Market PaperBack. Price stamps and a small piece of tape on front cover. Black marker and stamp on first page.
The Modern Library, 1966. Hardcover. Shelf wear and some discoloration to the dust jacket. Inscription in ink on first free page.
Orion Publishing Group, Ltd., January 1995. Trade Paperback.
Oxford University Press, USA, June 1998. Paper Back. Northanger Abbey is the earliest of Jane Austen's great comedies of female enlightenment and combines literary burlesque - making fun of the excesses of the Gothic novel - with larger moral, philosophical, and social issues: the folly of letting literature get in...
Ballantine Books, March 1996. Trade Paperback.
Granta Books, January 1997. First Edition. Cloth. Very minor shelf wear on the jacket. Mylar wrapped. Blue cloth boards in very good condition. Signed by the author on the title page.
Hyperion, June 1992. Oversize Softcover. Very minor shelf wear on the cover.
Paragon House, March 1987. Trade Paperback.
Dell Publishing Co., January 1949. Mass Market PaperBack. Light creasing.
Franklin Library, 1981. Leather. Full leather. Gilt edges. Moire endpapers. Silk ribbon page marker.
Dell, October 1986. Mass Market PaperBack.