Fine in Fine dust jacket. 0805037586. Quarter bound in blue cloth over blue boards, gilt lettering on spine, author's initials blind-stamped on front cover, beige endpapers. Both the volume and the unclipped dust jacket are in perfect, pristine, unmarked condition. FINE/FINE. Large 8vo 9"-10" tall. (x), 773 pp.
Near Fine dust jacket. A collection of his early stories, with a new introduction by the author. Reportedly published to preempt the continued bootlegging of his early work. Fine in a very near fine dust jacket with slight spine fading.
First edition. Hardcover. First printing. A collection of early short stories from the author of "Gravity's Rainbow." Includes an introduction by Pynchon. A very near fine copy in an about near fine dust jacket with a few small edge tears and minor wear.
Near Fine in Very Good jacket. New York: Little, Brown and Co. 1984. First edition. Neaf fine copy in very good dust jacket with a small closed tear at the top left corner, jacket is in a mylar protector.
Fine in Fine jacket. Second printing. A novel of post-Apocalypic America by the author of Gravity's Rainbow, for which he wond the National Book Award, V, The Crying of Lot 49, Vineland and other fictions. Unread, as new in like DJ. 477 pp.
New in new dust jacket. First edition. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. With dust jacket. 1085 p. Audience: General/trade. Spanning the period between the Chicago World's Fair of 1893 and the years just after World War I, this novel moves from the labor troubles in Colorado to turn-of-the-century New York, to London and Gottingen, Venice and Vienna, the Balkans, Central Asia, Siberia at the time of the mysterious Tunguska Event, Mexico during the Revolution, postwar Paris, and silent-era Hollywood. One of only writers to be nominated for a Nobel Prize in Literature twice.
First edition. Bound in original quarter navy cloth and navy paper boards with the title stamped in gilt on the spine and the author's initials blind-stamped on the front. Fine in a fine unclipped dust jacket with the original printed mylar wrapper.
Fine in Near Fine jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 1st Ed. so stated, 1st Printing, numbered row beginning with 1, HB/DJ, F/NF, 773 pp. Demco mylar cover put on DJ; 3/8" tear at front top edge near spine corner colored-in with black marker on black letter so as to hardly show. Charles Mason (1728-1786) and Jeremiah Dixon (1733-1779) were the British surveyors best remembered for running the boundary between Pennsylvania and Maryland that has come to be known as the Mason-Dixon Line. Here the National Book Award-winning author imagines their story in an updated 18th-century novel featuring Native Americans, frontier folk, naval warfare, conspiracies, erotic and political, and major caffeine abuse.
Very Good. 0316724424 1984 Little Brown hard cover-stated First Edition-some wear to edge of dust jacket (now in mylar cover) minor staining to page edge-otherwise cover and binding fine contents clean-hard to fine copy-enjoy.
Fine in Fine jacket. Book. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall. Fine hardcover copy of "Mason & Dixon" by Thomas Pynchon in a fine dust jacket. 1st edition / 1st printing originally priced $27.50. Remainder copy with mark on bottom of text block. Tight and otherwise clean. Enjoy!
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