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Auction Description for Swann: 19TH & 20TH CENTURY LITERATURE

19TH & 20TH CENTURY LITERATURE (304 Lots)

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304 lots with images

November 10, 2016

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ASIMOV, ISAAC. Foundation Trilogy. Foundation * Foundation and Empire * Second Foundation.

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Description: ASIMOV, ISAAC. The Foundation Trilogy. Foundation * Foundation and Empire * Second Foundation. Together, 3 volumes. 8vo, publisher's cloth, two small taps to bottom of boards of third title; trace of shelfwear to bottom-edges; dust jackets, one short closed tear to top of front panel on second title, minimal dustsoiling, unclipped; third title with but very light toning to rear endpapers only, otherwise contents clean and free from any markings. New York: Gnome Press, 1951; 1952; 1953

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ASIMOV, ISAAC. I, Robot.

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Description: ASIMOV, ISAAC. I, Robot. 8vo, red cloth stamped in black, spine foot slightly bumped; dust jacket designed by Edd Cartier, minor rubbing along folds, spine panel faded slightly with narrow creasing at foot, few shallow surface scuffs and one short closed tear; bookplate to front flyleaf. first edition of asimov's second book. A lovely copy of a book infrequently found in superior condition. New York: Gnome Press, (1950)

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ASIMOV, ISAAC. Pebble in the Sky.

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Description: ASIMOV, ISAAC. Pebble in the Sky. 8vo, publisher's tan cloth with orange spine lettering, few light spots to upper extremities; dust jacket, edgewear with a few tiny nicks to fold corners, spine panel faded, some light rubbing. first edition of the author's first book. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1950

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BAKER, DOROTHY. Young Man With a Horn.

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Description: BAKER, DOROTHY. Young Man With a Horn. 8vo, publisher's brown-stamped tan cloth, two small corner stains; dust jacket, price-clipped, tape repair to spine panel head on verso, light shelfwear; spot to rear endpaper, else contents clean. first edition of the author's first novel. Based on the life of Davenport, Iowa native and jazz music legend Bix Beiderbecke. Kirk Douglas and Lauren Bacall starred in the 1950 film adaptation directed by Michael Curtiz. Cambridge, Mass.: Houghton Mifflin, 1938

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BALDWIN, JAMES. Giovanni's Room.

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Description: BALDWIN, JAMES. Giovanni's Room. 8vo, publisher's 1/4 black cloth-backed boards; dust jacket, spine panel faintly tanned, one short closed tear, minimal edgewear. first edition. New York: Dial Press, 1956

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BALL, JOHN. In the Heat of the Night.

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Description: BALL, JOHN. In the Heat of the Night. 8vo, publisher's 1/4 cloth, narrow toning to extremities; dust jacket designed by Luiz Woods, moderate tanning, occasional light edgewear. first edition. New York: Harper & Row, (1965)

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[BARNES, DJUNA.] Ladies Almanack. Written & Illustrated by a Lady of Fashion.

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Description: [BARNES, DJUNA.] Ladies Almanack. Written & Illustrated by a Lady of Fashion. Woodcut illustrations throughout. 4to, original printed wrappers, very light edgewear; publisher's glassine, chipping to one edge but intact; fore-edges foxed, unopened but for first few leaves. Paris: privately printed, 1928

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BARTH, JOHN. The Floating Opera * The Sot-Weed Factor.

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Description: BARTH, JOHN. The Floating Opera * The Sot-Weed Factor. Together, 2 volumes. 8vo, publisher's cloth, trivial discoloration to joints and light rubbing to corners of second title; unclipped dust jackets, second title with short closed tear and light rubbing to folds and with bookplate to front pastedown. New York, (1956); 1960

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BECKETT, SAMUEL. Murphy.

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Description: BECKETT, SAMUEL. Murphy. 8vo, specially bound for the publisher in 1/4 morocco over cloth boards; matching slipcase. limited edition, number 96 of 100 copies signed by beckett. Additionally signed by the publisher Barney Rosset with a short inscription; "Barney Rosset - Grove Press / Publisher's copy" on the front free endpaper. A fine and unique copy. Federman & Fletcher 25.11. New York: Grove Press, [1957]

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BECKETT, SAMUEL. Waiting for Godot.

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Description: BECKETT, SAMUEL. Waiting for Godot. Illustrated. 8vo, publisher's black cloth; dust jacket, spine panel and extremities tanned, small nick to spine panel head; toning and ownership signature and doodles to prelims. first edition in english. New York: Grove Press, (1954)

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BECKETT, SAMUEL. Whoroscope.

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Description: BECKETT, SAMUEL. Whoroscope. 8vo, original printed red wrappers, stapled as issued, some very light fading near edges, very small marginal dampstain on front cover, printed portion from original wrap-around band tipped onto front wrapper (as observed by Federman & Fletcher in reference to the Bibliothèque Nationale copy); ex-collection Donald Drapkin with his bookplate; custom 1/4 morocco folding case with onlaid cloth and leather Celtic design. Paris: The Hours Press, 1930

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BECKETT, SAMUEL. Group of 5 Éditions de Minuit.

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Description: BECKETT, SAMUEL. Group of 5 Éditions de Minuit. 8vo, original printed wrappers, occasional mild toning and creasing, negligible wear to backstrips; some copies partly unopened; variously laid-into three folding boxes. first trade editions in French. (Paris): Les Éditions de Minuit, vd

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BELLOW, SAUL. Dangling Man.

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Description: BELLOW, SAUL. Dangling Man. 8vo, publisher's pale green cloth stamped in brown, spine tanned, uneven toning to rear cover; unclipped dust jacket, few narrow paper restorations to verso along edges, spine panel sunned; endpapers with some spotting and age-toning as usual. New York: The Vanguard Press, (1944)

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BLOCH, ROBERT. Psycho.

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Description: BLOCH, ROBERT. Psycho. 8vo, publisher's 1/4 black cloth; dust jacket designed by Tony Palladino, some dampstaining to front panel, edges rubbed with a few small nicks and creases and other minor blemishes; cheap paper browned in margins as usual. first edition, signed by the author "Best wishes, Robert Bloch" on the half-title. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1959

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BRADBURY, RAY. Fahrenheit 451.

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Description: BRADBURY, RAY. Fahrenheit 451. 8vo, original red cloth lettered in yellow; dust jacket, unclipped with one small nick to bottom of front panel and one short closed tear to spine panel head, very mild toning and rubbing; contents clean. first edition. A fresh, bright copy. New York: Ballantine, (1953)

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BRADBURY, RAY. The Illustrated Man.

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Description: BRADBURY, RAY. The Illustrated Man. 8vo, original tan cloth, mild toning to top edges; dust jacket, price-clipped, light rubbing to spine panel tips and corners; contents clean. first edition, signed by the author and dated 18 October 1980. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1951

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BRADBURY, RAY. The Illustrated Man.

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Description: BRADBURY, RAY. The Illustrated Man. 8vo, original tan cloth, small stain to top of front board; dust jacket, rubbing to spine panel tips and corners with tiny chips; barely perceptible small dampstaining to free endleaves. first edition. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1951

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BRADBURY, RAY. The Martian Chronicles.

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Description: BRADBURY, RAY. The Martian Chronicles. 8vo, publisher's grey-green cloth lettered in red, spine and upper edges of boards slightly faded; dust jacket, light rubbing to upper edges and flap folds, one very short closed tear; some offset from signature. first edition, signed by bradbury on the front flyleaf, dated 18 October 1980. Near fine copy in crisp unrestored jacket with colors bright. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1950

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[BRONTË, CHARLOTTE.] Jane Eyre.

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Description: [BRONTË, CHARLOTTE.] Jane Eyre. By Currer Bell. Printed in double columns. Tall 8vo, original brown printed wrappers, uncut, backstrip titled in manuscript and rubbed with slight loss to tips, four corners with slight loss, closed tears along joints. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1848

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BUKOWSKI, CHARLES. It Catches My Heart in Its Hands: New & Selected Poems 1955-1963 * Crucifix in a Deathhand.

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Description: BUKOWSKI, CHARLES. It Catches My Heart in Its Hands: New & Selected Poems 1955-1963 * Crucifix in a Deathhand. Together, 2 volumes. Illustrated. 8vo and 4to, original printed pictorial wrappers over different colored and sized hand-printed paper, mild rubbing to extremities, second title with publisher''s wraparound band, edge split. New Orleans; New York: Loujon Press, 1963; 1965

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BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Back to the Stone Age.

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Description: BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Back to the Stone Age. Illustrations by John Coleman Burroughs. 8vo, original blue cloth, light wear to spine tips and corners; laminated dust jacket. first edition in bright, unfaded jacket. Tarzana, (1937)

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BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Carson of Venus.

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Description: BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Carson of Venus. Illustrated by John Coleman Burroughs. 8vo, original blue cloth stamped in red, light wear to spine tips and board edges; dust jacket, minor fade to spine panel and overall faint toning to rear panel. first edition. Heins V3.1. Tarzana, (1939)

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BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Deputy Sheriff of Comanche County.

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Description: BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. The Deputy Sheriff of Comanche County. Illustrated by John Coleman Burroughs. 8vo, publisher's grey cloth, fine; laminated dust jacket, thin line of age-toning to front flap edges, otherwise fine; publisher's label laid-in. first edition. Tarzana, (1940)

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BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Pirates of Venus.

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Description: BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Pirates of Venus. Illustrations by J. Allen St. John. 8vo, publisher's blue cloth stamped in red, slight lean, minor edgewear; dust jacket, faint lines of horizontal toning from Brodart cover, else fine. first edition. Tarzana, (1934)

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BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Swords of Mars.

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Description: BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Swords of Mars. Illustrated by J. Allen St. John. 8vo, publisher's denim blue cloth stamped in red; dust jacket, spine panel sunned with light wear to tips, creasing to front flap, minimal edgewear. first edition. A fine copy in a about fine jacket. Tarzana, (1936)

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BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Tarzan and the Forbidden City.

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Description: BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Tarzan and the Forbidden City. Color frontispiece and illustrations by John Coleman Burroughs. 8vo, publisher's blue cloth stamped in red, tiny bump to top of front board; dust jacket, light age-toning, folds creased, else fine. first edition. Beautiful copy. Tarzana, (1938)

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BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Tarzan and the Leopard Men.

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Description: BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Tarzan and the Leopard Men. Illustrated by J. Allen St. John. 8vo, publisher's blue cloth stamped in red; laminated dust jacket, flap edges creased, light rubbing to spine panel tips; small area of paper residue on title not touching letters. first edition. A clean, crisp copy. Tarzana, (1935)

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BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Tarzan and the Lost Empire.

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Description: BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Tarzan and the Lost Empire. Frontispiece by A.W. Sperry. 8vo, publisher's orange cloth lettered in black, stain to front joint, spine faded; dust jacket, several cellotape mends on verso repairing closed tears, spine panel with vertical crease and light rubbing to tips, rear panel dust-soiled; small label to front pastedown. first edition. Currey's binding (A). New York: Metropolitan Books, (1929)

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BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Tarzan of the Apes.

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Description: BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Tarzan of the Apes. Half-title. Pictorial title-page after Fred J. Arting. 8vo, original maroon cloth, front cover ruled in blind, front cover and spine lettered in gilt, light dustsoiling to top-edges, textblock leaning slightly, minor rubbing confined to gilt rule at spine foot; facsimile dust jacket; pencilled ownership inscription to front flyleaf, otherwise contents clean. Chicago: A.C. McClurg, 1914

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BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Tarzan the Magnificent.

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Description: BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Tarzan the Magnificent. Illustrated by John Coleman Burroughs. 8vo, publisher's blue cloth lettered in red, few scratches to top-edges; laminated dust jacket, light spine panel fade, otherwise bright, small closed tear to bottom of rear panel. first edition. Tarzana, (1939)

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BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Tarzan's Quest.

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Description: BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Tarzan's Quest. Illustrated by J. Allen St. John. 8vo, publisher's blue cloth, fine; dust jacket, spine panel lightly faded, occasional wrinkling; endpapers age-toned. first edition. Tarzana, (1936)

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BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle.

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Description: BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE. Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle. Illustrated by J. Allen St. John. 8vo, publisher's green cloth, trace of wear to spine tips; dust jacket, mild dust-soiling to spine and rear panels, few small nicks, short closed tear. first edition. A beautiful copy in unrestored jacket. Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co., 1928

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BURROUGHS, WILLIAM S. Naked Lunch.

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Description: BURROUGHS, WILLIAM S. The Naked Lunch. 8vo, original green wrappers, mild shelfwear to lower edges, soil mark to fore-edges; pictorial dust jacket after a design by Brion Gysin, narrow 2-inch tear along upper edges to front and spine panels with loss of a few letters. Paris: The Olympia Press, (1959)

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BURROUGHS, WILLIAM S. Naked Lunch.

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Description: BURROUGHS, WILLIAM S. Naked Lunch. 8vo, publisher's black cloth, spine gilt-titled; dust jacket, spine panel with light rubbing, unclipped; internally fine. New York: Grove Press, (1959)

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CAPOTE, TRUMAN. In Cold Blood.

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Description: CAPOTE, TRUMAN. In Cold Blood. 8vo, publisher's burgundy cloth stamped in gold and silver; unclipped dust jacket, uneven tanning with two small stains on rear panel. first trade edition, first issue dust jacket, review copy with publisher's slip laid in. New York: Random House, (1965)

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CAPOTE, TRUMAN. Other Voices, Other Rooms * The Grass Harp.

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Description: CAPOTE, TRUMAN. Other Voices, Other Rooms * The Grass Harp. Together, 2 volumes. 8vo, publisher's cloth, some uneven toning; dust jackets, price-clipped, minor soiling, light rubbing to folds, small edge nicks to first title. first editions, signed by the author. New York: Random House, (1948); (1951)

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CHANDLER, RAYMOND. Farewell, My Lovely.

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Description: CHANDLER, RAYMOND. Farewell, My Lovely. 8vo, publisher's orange cloth lettered in blue, minor wear to spine tips and lower extremities; dust jacket, paper restorations and tape repairs on recto and verso, rear panel and edges toned, unclipped; slipcase. first edition of Chandler's second book. Haycraft-Queen Cornerstone. Bruccoli A2.1.a. New York: Knopf, 1940

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(CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) ADAMS, RICHARD. Watership Down.

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Description: (CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) ADAMS, RICHARD. Watership Down. Folding map at rear. 8vo, original brown cloth stamped in gilt, minor rubbing to spine foot; dust jacket, short closed tears along folds, few small smudges, one ink mark to front panel; housed in 1/4 morocco drop-back case by Zaehnsdorf for E. Joseph. London: Rex Collings, 1972

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(CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) BARRIE, J.M. Peter and Wendy.

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Description: (CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) BARRIE, J.M. Peter and Wendy. 12 monochrome illustrations by Francis D. Bedford. 8vo, publisher's gilt-pictorial green cloth, spine lightly faded; neat, early gift inscription to front endpaper, bookplate on pastedown, one illustration loose, 3 page spreads with dark offsetting from news clippings. first american trade edition with the October, 1911 date and Scribner's seal on the copyright page. New York: Scribner's Sons, 1911

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(CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) BAUM, FRANK L. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

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Description: (CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) BAUM, FRANK L. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. 24 color plates, and illustrations throughout by W.W. Denslow. 4to, original pale green cloth stamped in green and red, spine tanned with the tips slightly frayed, moderate fingersoiling, few inconspicuous stains, modest edgewear; first few gatherings coming loose but still intact, one plate partly separated, minor occasional thumbsoiling. Chicago & New York: Geo. M. Hill Co., 1900

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(CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) BURNETT, FRANCES HODGSON. Little Lord Fauntleroy.

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Description: (CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) BURNETT, FRANCES HODGSON. Little Lord Fauntleroy. Illustrated by Reginald B. Birch. 14-page publisher's ads at end. 8vo, publisher's green cloth, stamped in gold, red, and black, minor wear to spine tips and corners, light fingersoiling; penciled ownership inscription above short erasure on front endpaper. first edition, first issue with DeVinne Press imprint on p. [210], signature mark "12" on page 177 and "14" on page 209. New York: Scribner's, 1886

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(CHILDREN''S LITERATURE.) BURTON, VIRGINIA LEE. The Little House.

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Description: (CHILDREN''S LITERATURE.) BURTON, VIRGINIA LEE. The Little House. Illustrated by the author. Square 4to, original pictorial teal cloth stamped in cream; pictorial dust jacket, price-clipped, one small cellotape repair to verso of spine panel head, 5mm chip to spine panel foot not affecting lettering, few inconspicuous smudges; illustrations bright and unmarked. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1942

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(CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) CARROLL, LEWIS [Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge]. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland * Through the Looking-Glass.

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Description: (CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) CARROLL, LEWIS [Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge]. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland * Through the Looking-Glass. Together, 2 volumes. Half-titles. Frontispiece in each volume and illustrations throughout by John Tenniel. 8vo, publisher's red cloth gilt, rebacked with original spines laid-down, all edges gilt, scattered soiling, corners soft; Alice's Adventures with bound in copy of "An Easter Greeting to Every Child Who Loves Alice" to front endpaper; closed tear touching letters repaired on pp. 121-22, Pamela and Raymond Lister bookplate to front pastedown. Looking-Glass a first issue, with "wade" for "wabe" on page 21; bound by Burn & Co. with their ticket, 1-page publisher advertisement and 3-page copy of "To All Child-Readers of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" bound in at end; preserved in folding cloth case. London: Macmillan, 1866 [i.e. 1871]; 1872

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(CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) CARROLL, LEWIS [Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge]. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.

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Description: (CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) CARROLL, LEWIS [Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge]. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. 42 illustrations by John Tenniel. Half-title, frontispiece. 8vo, rebound in full red crushed morocco by Sangorski and Sutcliffe/Zaehnsdorf, bordered in gilt reproducing original covers, spine gilt in compartments, all edges and turn-ins gilt; contents show light foxing throughout; original covers bound-in at end (front cover with embossed dedication around central device). New York: Appleton, 1866

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(CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) CARROLL, LEWIS [Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge]. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland * Through the Looking Glass.

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Description: (CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) CARROLL, LEWIS [Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge]. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland * Through the Looking Glass. Together, 2 volumes. 42, and 50 illustrations by John Tenniel. Half-titles. 8vo, contemporary full tan calf by Riviere, gilt-paneled, spine and all edges gilt, rear cover of second title with spot staining; inner dentelles, original covers bound in at end of each volume. London: Macmillan, 1866; 1872

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(CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) DAHL, ROALD. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

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Description: (CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) DAHL, ROALD. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Illustrations by Joseph Schindelman. 8vo, publisher's maroon cloth, small faint stain to spine; dust jacket, short closed tear to top of rear panel, front fold creased, else a crisp, unclipped example; light foxing to fore-edges. New York: Knopf, (1964)

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(CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) GA'G, WANDA. Millions of Cats.

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Description: (CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) GA'G, WANDA. Millions of Cats. Illustrated by the author. Oblong 4to, publisher's pictorial boards, light shelfwear to extremities, spine tips lightly bumped; dust jacket, small chips to spine panel ends, few other small nicks and scrapes, 1 1/2 inch closed tear to top of front panel, mild toning; contents clean. first edition, first issue with the Jersey City Printing Co. indication, in an unrestored jacket. New York: Coward-McCann, 1928

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(CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) HARRIS, JOEL CHANDLER. Uncle Remus, His Songs and His Sayings.

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Description: (CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) HARRIS, JOEL CHANDLER. Uncle Remus, His Songs and His Sayings. Frontispiece, 7 inserted plates, and other illustrations in text by Frederick S. Church and James H. Moser. 8vo, original brown cloth with Br'er Rabbit vignette stamped in gilt, other decorations printed in black, minor rubbing to spine tips and corners; ownership signature and rubberstamp to front flyleaf. first edition, first state with "presumptive" on page 9, and correct adverts. With Autograph Note Signed laid-in. BAL 7100; Peter Parley to Penrod, 56. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1881

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(CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) JAMES, WILL. Group of 3 First Editions.

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Description: (CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) JAMES, WILL. Group of 3 First Editions. Illustrations by the author. 4to and 8vo, publisher's cloth; dust jackets, second and third title with restorations. New York, Scribner's, vd

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(CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) LEAR, EDWARD. Group of 3 Nonsense Books.

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Description: (CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) LEAR, EDWARD. Group of 3 Nonsense Books. 4to, publisher's cloth, condition varies, see notes below. London, vd

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