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19TH & 20TH CENTURY LITERATURE

by Swann Auction Galleries

Platinum House

287 lots | 138 with images

November 20, 2012

Live Auction

104 East 25th Street

New York, NY, 10010 USA

Phone: 212.254.4710

Fax: 212 979 1017

Email: swann@swanngalleries.com

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AGEE, JAMES. A Death in the Family.

Lot 1: AGEE, JAMES. A Death in the Family.

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Description: AGEE, JAMES. A Death in the Family. 8vo, publisher's cloth, age-toning to extremities; dust jacket, light shelfwear, spine ends and folds rubbed, small tape repairs to spine panel ends. New York: McDowell, Obolensky, (1957)

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ANDERSEN, HANS CHRISTIAN. Nye Eventyr. [-Anden Samling].

Lot 2: ANDERSEN, HANS CHRISTIAN. Nye Eventyr. [-Anden Samling].

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Description: FIRST APPEARANCE OF "THE UGLY DUCKLING," "THE SNOW QUEEN" AND OTHER CLASSICS. ANDERSEN, HANS CHRISTIAN. Nye Eventyr. [-Anden Samling]. Two parts in 1 volume, with half-titles, titles, and dedication leaves. Contemporary 1/2 calf over green marbled boards, spine worn with portions lost, covers rubbed, lacking free endpapers; some staining and soiling to title and several other leaves; preserved in custom 1/2 green morocco clamshell box. Copenhagen: Reitzel, 1844 [-45]

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Lot 3: ASHBERY, JOHN. As We Know * April Galleons.

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Description: ASHBERY, JOHN. As We Know * April Galleons. Together, 2 First Editions. Oblong 4to and 8vo, publisher's cloth; dust jackets, creasing to lower rear panel of first title. each copy signed by ashbery/span on the title-page. Two mid-career collections by one of the most influential American poets of the 20th Century. New York: Viking, (1979); (1987)

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Lot 4: AUSTEN, JANE. Northanger Abbey.

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Description: AUSTEN, JANE. Northanger Abbey. Volume 1 (only, of 2). 12mo, original publisher's drab boards backed in purple cloth (faded to brown), lacking paper spine label, edgewear; text block almost entirely loose from spine, few binding threads and signatures loose, several leaves in first third heavily creased, few other margins creased; else quite clean overall. Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, 1833

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Lot 5: BALDWIN, JAMES. Go Tell It On the Mountain.

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Description: BALDWIN, JAMES. Go Tell It On the Mountain. 8vo, publisher's cloth, spot of fading at spine head; dust jacket, closed tears along spine panel and front flap, spine panel faded, dampstain most evident on verso. first edition of the author's first book./span New York, 1953

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BARNES, MARGARET AYER. Years of Grace.

Lot 6: BARNES, MARGARET AYER. Years of Grace.

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Description: BARNES, MARGARET AYER. Years of Grace. 8vo, publisher's orange-stamped black cloth; top edges stained brown; dust jacket, owner's and dedicatee's signature vertically along inner edge of front flap, overall rubbing and shelfwear, else unclipped with only light edgewear and remarkably well-preserved. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin, (1930)

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Lot 7: BARTHELME, DONALD. Amateurs * Sixty Stories.

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Description: BARTHELME, DONALD. Amateurs * Sixty Stories. Together, 2 Signed First Editions. 8vo, publisher's cloth, first title in dust jacket with moderate rubbing to rear panel; second title (small abrasion through one letter on limitation) in slipcase, light dust-soiling. each signed, sixty stories a limited edition, number 319 of 500 copies./span New York, (1976); (1981)

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(BEAT LITERATURE.) Group of 11 First Editions.

Lot 8: (BEAT LITERATURE.) Group of 11 First Editions.

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Description: PROFUSION OF BEAT GENERATION AUTOGRAPHS (BEAT LITERATURE.) Group of 11 First Editions. 4to and 8vo, original cloth or wrappers; dust jackets as called for; condition varies, see notes below. Vp, vd

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BECKETT, SAMUEL. Beginning to End: A Selection From the Works.

Lot 9: BECKETT, SAMUEL. Beginning to End: A Selection From the Works.

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Description: WITH GOREY ILLUSTRATIONS BECKETT, SAMUEL. Beginning to End: A Selection From the Works. Illustrated by Edward Gorey. Tall thin 8vo, gilt-lettered black boards with blue Gorey skull pattern on front cover. letter Z of 26 copies signed by beckett and gorey/span reserved for Beckett and Gotham Book Mart. From a total edition of 300. Toledano B76b. New York: Gotham Book Mart, 1988

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Lot 10: BELLOW, SAUL. A Theft.

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Description: BELLOW, SAUL. A Theft. 8vo, laminated wrappers. Advance Reading Copy and the true first edtion, signed by bellow/span on the title-page. The Paperback Original preceded the first cloth edition by a year, as is stated in the publisher's promotional Typed Letter laid-in. New York: Penguin, (1989)

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BELLOW, SAUL. Sammler's Planet.

Lot 11: BELLOW, SAUL. Sammler's Planet.

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Description: BELLOW, SAUL. Sammler's Planet. Galley proof (1-94 pages), printed on rectos only. Folded without creasing, edges creased and worn with a few tears, else generally good. New York: Viking Press, (1970)

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(BINDINGS--EPHEMERA.) Group of 6 binding sample blocks by Hardy and Pilon.

Lot 12: (BINDINGS--EPHEMERA.) Group of 6 binding sample blocks by Hardy and Pilon.

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Description: (BINDINGS--EPHEMERA.) Group of 6 binding sample blocks by Hardy and Pilon. 6 samples with botanical designs of multi-colored calf over brown morocco; gilt-stamped borders, bands, the title "Nature in Ornament / - / Hardy and Pilon," and volume numbers. 228x60mm; 9x2 1/4 inches; versos with indecipherable painted wording, but one bearing the label of the Adams Express Company, then a formidable freight and cargo transport service and now the distinguished equity fund company, with the stamped date of October 8, 1910, leather shows moderate rubbing along raised bands and corners. Baltimore (?), circa 1910

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(BINDINGS.) Almack, Edward; editor. Stuart Series of 17th Century English Bindings in facsimile.

Lot 13: (BINDINGS.) Almack, Edward; editor. Stuart Series of 17th Century English Bindings in facsimile.

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Description: (BINDINGS.) Almack, Edward; editor. Stuart Series of 17th Century English Bindings in facsimile. 6 volumes (of 7). Notes on the bindings by Cyril Davenport. Frontispiece portraits in all, folding map in last volume. 8vo, various color calf, morocco, or vellum over boards, each elaborately decorated in gilt, executed (though not signed) by Mssrs. Leighton, scattered rubbing to extremities, most present at spine ends which have some surface loss, top edges gilt. London: Russell Press for F. E. Robinson & Co., 1902-04

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(BINDINGS.) Group comprising 7 binding plaques reproducing historically important bindings,

Lot 14: (BINDINGS.) Group comprising 7 binding plaques reproducing historically important bindings,

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Description: (BINDINGS.) Group comprising 7 binding plaques reproducing historically important bindings, a framed maquette for an Arabesque style binding design Signed M. E. Cushing, plus one stamped German binding with scroll ornaments, Coats of Arms and Emperor's head stamped "Schreib Kalendar auff das Jahr 1699" and with Cornelius Hauck bookplate. Together, 9 items. Vp, vd

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(BINDINGS.) White, Gilbert. The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne . . . a New Edition, with Notes by Edward Turner Bennett.

Lot 15: (BINDINGS.) White, Gilbert. The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne . . . a New Edition, with Notes by Edward Turner Bennett.

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Description: IN A LOVELY KELLIEGRAM BINDING (BINDINGS.) White, Gilbert. The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne . . . a New Edition, with Notes by Edward Turner Bennett. Engraved illustrations thoughout. 8vo, full crushed deep green morocco by kelly & sons/span with elaborate borders on covers of intertwining leaves of light green calf and blue calf flower onlays, red berries, and gilt birds in flight, motifs repeated in 4 spine compartments, gilt lettering in 2, and gilt dots along raised bands; elaborate Kelliegram style doublures of town scene at front, church and graveyard on rear, surrounded by same border motifs, gilt-bordered green silk moire endleaves; all edges gilt; felt-lined, 1/4 green morocco clamshell box, by MacDonald bindery, gilt-lettered on spine. Grolier One Hundred, 62 (for 1789 Edition). London: Printed for J. and A. Arch et al, 1837

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Lot 16: (BLACK SUN PRESS.) De Laclos, Choderlos. Les Liaisons Dangereuses.

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Description: (BLACK SUN PRESS.) De Laclos, Choderlos. Les Liaisons Dangereuses. 2 volumes. Printed in red and black. 14 color plates by Alastair. 4to, mulberry cloth lettered in gold, scattered light soiling; printed dust jackets, spine panels darkened and volume 1 with closed splits, light finger soiling; card slipcase, splits and repairs along edges. Paris: The Black Sun Press, 1929

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BLACKMORE, RICHARD DODDRIDGE. Lorna Doone.

Lot 17: BLACKMORE, RICHARD DODDRIDGE. Lorna Doone.

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Description: BLACKMORE, RICHARD DODDRIDGE. Lorna Doone. 3 volumes. 8vo, rebound in full polished tan calf, paneled in gilt, spines gilt-tooled with morocco lettering pieces, minor rubbing to joints and cover extremities, inner dentelles; top edges gilt; original navy cloth covers and spines bound in to rear of each volume; lacks advertisements and half-titles. first edition/span Sadleir 227; Wolff 536. London: Sampson Low, Son, & Marston, 1869

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Lot 18: (BOOKS INTO FILM.) Group of 9 Signed First Editions.

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Description: (BOOKS INTO FILM.) Group of 9 Signed First Editions. 8vo, publisher's cloth; dust jackets as called for; condition varies but generally very good. Vp, vd

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BORGES, JORGE LUIS. Siete Poemas Sajones; Seven Saxon Poems.

Lot 19: BORGES, JORGE LUIS. Siete Poemas Sajones; Seven Saxon Poems.

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Description: BORGES, JORGE LUIS. Siete Poemas Sajones; Seven Saxon Poems. Printed in maroon and black in Horizon Light type on Richard de Bas handmade paper, text in Spanish and English, 8 embossed vignettes by Arnaldo Pomodoro. Folio, original full vellum with three vertical bas-reliefs of gilded bronze inset into upper cover, spine titled in brown, some natural discoloration with some light scattered soiling to covers; fore- and bottom edges uncut, several leaves with a few spots largely to extreme bottom edges; in publisher's cloth-covered wooden box with an original relief-etched brass plate by Pomodoro nailed to lid, minor rubbing chiefly to corners. Verona: Plain Wrapper Press, [1974]

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BRADBURY, RAY. Dark Carnival.

Lot 20: BRADBURY, RAY. Dark Carnival.

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Description: SIGNED FIRST BOOK BRADBURY, RAY. Dark Carnival. 8vo, gilt-lettered black cloth, mild shelf-wear; dust jacket, price-clipped, some minor rubbing, spine panel ends and tips lightly chipped; pictorial bookplate on front pastedown. first edition of the author's first book. signed by bradbury/span on front free endpaper. Sauk City: Arkham House, 1947

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Lot 21: BRADBURY, RAY. Fahrenheit 451.

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Description: BRADBURY, RAY. Fahrenheit 451. 8vo, red boards lettered in yellow; dust jacket, light shelf-wear, spine panel faded slightly with a few small nicks to edges. first edition/span in a very presentable un-clipped dust jacket. Pringle 749-55. New York: Ballantine, (1953)

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Lot 22: BRADBURY, RAY. Fahrenheit 451.

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Description: BRADBURY, RAY. Fahrenheit 451. One color lithograph and illustrations by Joe Mugnaini, most with folding color plates. 4to, aluminum boards printed in red and black, minor rubbing with a few light surface scuffs; matching slipcase, some shelfwear, corners rubbed; publisher's prospectus laid-in. number 1692 of 2000 copies signed by bradbury and mugnaini./span New York: Limited Editions Club, 1982

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BRADBURY, RAY. The Martian Chronicles.

Lot 23: BRADBURY, RAY. The Martian Chronicles.

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Description: BRADBURY, RAY. The Martian Chronicles. 8vo, greenish-grey cloth lettered in red, slight uniform discoloration to spine; dust jacket, price-clipped, light age toning along portion of upper edges and flaps. first edition. /spanA very nice copy. Garden City, 1950

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Lot 24: BRADBURY, RAY. The October Country.

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Description: BRADBURY, RAY. The October Country. 8vo, gilt-lettered orange cloth; dust jacket; top edges stained black. inscribed/span "For / From / Ray Bradbury / With Good / Wishes!" and dated Oct. 8th, 1972. Later edition. New York, 1970

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Lot 25: BRADBURY, RAY. Something Wicked This Way Comes.

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Description: BRADBURY, RAY. Something Wicked This Way Comes. 8vo, yellow cloth stamped in black; dust jacket with design by Gray Foy, light toning along folds, corners of rear flap dog-eared. signed first edition/span in a bright, crisp dust jacket. Bradbury also wrote the screenplay for the 1983 Walt Disney Studios film version. New York, 1962

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Lot 26: BROWN, FREDRIC. The Bloody Moonlight.

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Description: BROWN, FREDRIC. The Bloody Moonlight. 8vo, publisher's silver-stamped red cloth; dust jacket, two chips to lower rear panel, overall rubbing, uniformly tanned. first edition./span Author's scarce fourth book. New York, 1949

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BUCK, PEARL S. The Good Earth.

Lot 27: BUCK, PEARL S. The Good Earth.

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Description: INTERESTING ASSOCIATION COPY BUCK, PEARL S. The Good Earth. 8vo, original gilt-stamped light brown cloth, spot of staining on front cover near joint, few stray surface marks; pictorial dust jacket, several old cellotape repairs along edges, spine panel darkened with 5 1/2-inch splits along folds ending with horizontal tear just touching a few letters with portion loose but for cellotape, two 1/2-inch chips at upper front and rear panel edges not affecting letters, somewhat brittle but still collectible example of this scarce jacket. New York: John Day, 1931

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Lot 28: BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F. Quotations From Chariman Bill * Cruising Speed.

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Description: BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F. Quotations From Chariman Bill * Cruising Speed. Together, 2 Signed First Editions. 8vo, original cloth; dust jackets, minor rubbing to first title. each signed with short inscription./span Cruising Speed an Advance Review Copy, with publisher's promotional material laid-in. New Rochelle, (1970); New York, (1971)

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BUKOWSKI, CHARLES. It Catches My Heart in its Hands: New & Selected Poems 1955-1963.

Lot 29: BUKOWSKI, CHARLES. It Catches My Heart in its Hands: New & Selected Poems 1955-1963.

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Description: WITH AN ORIGINAL INSCRIBED POEM BUKOWSKI, CHARLES. It Catches My Heart in its Hands: New & Selected Poems 1955-1963. With preliminary leaves of various colors and differing widths. 4to, hand-bound in stiff pictorial wrappers printed in orange; pictorial yellow dust jacket with decorative cork-lined front cover, additional attached printed jacket within, with tissue sheet tipped to front panel, crease along rear flap fold as is usually encountered. New Orleans: Loujon Press, (1963)

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Lot 30: BUNKER, EDWARD. The Animal Factory.

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Description: BUNKER, EDWARD. The Animal Factory. 8vo, silver-lettered publisher's cloth; dust jacket. signed by the author./span Bunker's second novel, and the basis for the 2000 Steve Buscemi film starring Willem Dafoe, Edward Furlong and Mickey Rourke that Bunker also co-scripted. A very well-preserved copy by one of the finest chroniclers of the prison and convict experience in post-war America. New York, (1977)

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BUNKER, EDWARD. No Beast So Fierce.

Lot 31: BUNKER, EDWARD. No Beast So Fierce.

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Description: BUNKER, EDWARD. No Beast So Fierce. 8vo, black and red stamped cloth; dust jacket, light age-toning to verso, lower front flap corner clipped, price intact; overall a crisp, bright jacket. first edition of the author's first novel./span The basis for the overlooked 1978 Dustin Hoffman film Straight Time. New York, (1973)

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BURNETT, W.R. The Asphalt Jungle.

Lot 32: BURNETT, W.R. The Asphalt Jungle.

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Description: BURNETT, W.R. The Asphalt Jungle. 8vo, patterned boards, edges slightly toned; dust jacket, corner clipped, slight surface rubbing, mostly to folds, otherwise bright. first edition/span and the basis for the legendary noir film directed by John Huston starring Sterling Hayden. New York, 1949

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BURROUGHS, WILLIAM. The Naked Lunch.

Lot 33: BURROUGHS, WILLIAM. The Naked Lunch.

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Description: "SLOW AS OPAL CHIPS THROUGH GLYCERINE" BURROUGHS, WILLIAM. The Naked Lunch. 8vo, original green wrappers; pictorial dust jacket after a design by Brion Gysin, 5-mm abrasion to upper front panel, else bright and crisp. Paris: The Olympia Press, (1959)

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Lot 34: BURROUGHS, WILLIAM. The Naked Lunch.

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Description: BURROUGHS, WILLIAM. The Naked Lunch. 8vo, original green wrappers with decorative border, very mild rubbing to wrapper extremities. first edition, first issue/span with green border on title-page and price of "Francs: 1,500" printed on lower rear wrapper cover. The true first printing with only 5,000 copies produced. The subsequent American editions omitted the article in the title as Burroughs originally intended. A very fine copy. Maynard & Miles A2a. Paris: Olympia Press, (1959)

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BURROUGHS, WILLIAM. The Soft Machine.

Lot 35: BURROUGHS, WILLIAM. The Soft Machine.

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Description: BURROUGHS, WILLIAM. The Soft Machine. 8vo, original wrappers, tiny dog-ear to upper corner of rear wrapper; pictorial dust jacket after a design by Brion Gysin, light rubbing to folds. Paris: The Olympia Press, (1961).

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Lot 36: BURTON, SIR RICHARD. The Anatomy of Melancholy.

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Description: BURTON, SIR RICHARD. The Anatomy of Melancholy. 2 volumes. 8vo, 3/4 crushed brown morocco, spine gilt in compartments, minor rubbing to joints and cover extremities; top edges gilt, by Bennett; internally quite clean but for some light scattered spotting to the half-title and title of volume 2. New Edition, Corrected. London: Longman, Rees, & Co., 1837

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BYRON, LORD GEORGE GORDON NOEL. Lara, a Tale / Jacqueline, a Tale.

Lot 37: BYRON, LORD GEORGE GORDON NOEL. Lara, a Tale / Jacqueline, a Tale.

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Description: BYRON, LORD GEORGE GORDON NOEL. Lara, a Tale / Jacqueline, a Tale. Half-title, 2-page advertisement after title, 4-page publisher's catalogue at end. 8vo, original brown paper-covered boards with printed spine label, intact but rubbed, few narrow chips along spine, otherwise unusually tight; bookplate of Abel E. Berland on front pastedown; custom gilt-lettered cloth folding box. London: Printed for John Murray, 1814

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Lot 38: BYRON, LORD GEORGE GORDON NOEL. Sardanapalus, A Tragedy / The Two Foscari, A Tragedy / Cain, A Mystery.

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Description: BYRON, LORD GEORGE GORDON NOEL. Sardanapalus, A Tragedy / The Two Foscari, A Tragedy / Cain, A Mystery. Half-title. 8vo, full speckled calf, gilt fillets, spine elaborately gilt-tooled with 2 morocco lettering pieces; minor rubbing to spine tips; top edges gilt; inner dentelles, by Riviere & Son; bookplates of Herbert William Walmisley and Abel E. Berland. first edition./span London: John Murray, 1821

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BYRON, LORD GEORGE GORDON NOEL. The Siege of Corinth, a Poem / Parisina, a Poem.

Lot 39: BYRON, LORD GEORGE GORDON NOEL. The Siege of Corinth, a Poem / Parisina, a Poem.

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Description: BYRON, LORD GEORGE GORDON NOEL. The Siege of Corinth, a Poem / Parisina, a Poem. Half-title, 4 pages of publisher's advertisements at end dated February 1816. 8vo, original plain brown wrappers, dampstain to outer edge of front cover, mild edgewear and a few light scattered stains, old ownership signature on lower rear wrapper (also two faint inscriptions on front free endpaper), spine foot rubbed with minimal loss, paper reinforcements on versos of both covers, first blank with small portion of lower outer corner excised cleanly; bookplate of Abel E. Berland; preserved in custom cloth chemise. London: John Murray, 1816

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BYRON, LORD GEORGE GORDON NOEL. Works.

Lot 40: BYRON, LORD GEORGE GORDON NOEL. Works.

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Description: BYRON, LORD GEORGE GORDON NOEL. Works. 13 volumes. Titles in red and black. Illustrated throughout with full page plate engravings. 4to, contemporary 1/4 brown crushed morocco, spines handsomely tooled and lettered in gilt in compartments, shelfwear to board extremities with some exposure, corners bumped; top edges gilt, others uncut. London, 1898-1904

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CAIN, JAMES M. The Postman Always Rings Twice.

Lot 41: CAIN, JAMES M. The Postman Always Rings Twice.

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Description: HARD-BOILED DUMMY CAIN, JAMES M. The Postman Always Rings Twice. 8vo, publisher's tan cloth stamped in blue, faint finger-soiling; top edges stained blue; preserved in custom navy cloth clamshell box with leather lettering piece on spine, frayed along one edge. New York, 1934

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CAIN, PAUL. Fast One.

Lot 42: CAIN, PAUL. Fast One.

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Description: ADVANCE PROOF COPY CAIN, PAUL. Fast One. 8vo, original wrappers printed in red, few light impressions; preserved in custom grey cloth folding case, spine gilt-lettered. Garden City, 1933

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CAPOTE, TRUMAN. In Cold Blood.

Lot 43: CAPOTE, TRUMAN. In Cold Blood.

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Description: CAPOTE, TRUMAN. In Cold Blood. 8vo, burgundy cloth stamped in gold and silver; dust jacket, very mild rubbing with tiny closed tear at top of spine panel, else an exceptional copy. New York, (1965)

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CAPOTE, TRUMAN. One Christmas.

Lot 44: CAPOTE, TRUMAN. One Christmas.

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Description: CAPOTE, TRUMAN. One Christmas. Printed in grey. 8vo, oblong stapled wrappers also lettered in grey, soft crease to rear lower outer corner; owner's gift inscription in red ink on front blank onionskin (slightly toned). signed by capote/span on front cover in red ink. [New York: Ladies' Home Journal, 1982]

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CARR, JOHN DICKSON. Correspondence Archive.

Lot 45: CARR, JOHN DICKSON. Correspondence Archive.

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Description: CARR, JOHN DICKSON. Correspondence Archive. 1 Autograph Letter Signed and 15 Typed Letters Signed to editor of Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Eleanor Sullivan. Greenvill, S.C., vd

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CARR, JOHN DICKSON. The Emperor's Snuff-Box.

Lot 46: CARR, JOHN DICKSON. The Emperor's Snuff-Box.

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Description: CARR, JOHN DICKSON. The Emperor's Snuff-Box. 8vo, publisher's red cloth; dust jacket, slightly yellowed, rubbing mostly to folds, spine panel ends slightly chipped. first american edition./span New York and London: Harper and Brothers, (1942)

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Lot 47: CARR, JOHN DICKSON. Man Who Could Not Shudder.

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Description: CARR, JOHN DICKSON. The Man Who Could Not Shudder. 8vo, publisher's cloth; dust jacket, chip at top of spine panel, overall rubbing and shelf wear with a few short closed tears. first american edition./span Office File Copy from unknown concern with ink stamps to top edges and rear jacket panel. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, (1940)

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Lot 48: [CARR, JOHN DICKSON.] Rhode, John; and Dickson, Carter. Fatal Descent.

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Description: [CARR, JOHN DICKSON.] Rhode, John; and Dickson, Carter. Fatal Descent. 8vo, publisher's yellow cloth, minor wear to spine ends; dust jacket, spine panel tanned and chipped with portions missing from head and foot, edges nicked and creased, tape reinforcements along length of upper and lower edges on verso, price clipped. first edition./span New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1939

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CATHER, WILLA. Death Comes for the Archbishop.

Lot 49: CATHER, WILLA. Death Comes for the Archbishop.

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Description: FRANK HOGAN COPY FROM DOHENY CATHER, WILLA. Death Comes for the Archbishop. Tall 8vo, original green cloth over marbled boards, gilt-lettered leather spine label, minor rubbing to board extremities, corners slightly bumped; green cloth chemise within custom matching 1/4 morocco gilt-lettered slipcase by Macdonald; unobtrusive bookseller's ticket on rear pastedown. Provenance: The Frank J. Hogan copy with his morocco gilt bookplate on front pastedown and with presentation inscription by E.L. Doheny on recto of limitation. New York, 1927

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CATHER, WILLA. One of Ours.

Lot 50: CATHER, WILLA. One of Ours.

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Description: RARE VELLUM EDITION CATHER, WILLA. One of Ours. Title in orange and black. 8vo, original full vellum ruled and lettered in gilt; small spot of soiling to front cover, a few surface imperfections, spine with spotting, top edges gilt, others uncut. New York, 1922

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