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Good with no dust jacket. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall Revised edition with historical and textual notes. Includes all four original volumes in one. 405 pp. An excellent sourcebook including orations by Patrick Henry, Samuel Adams, James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, John C. Calhoun, and others. Ex-library copy with expected markings. This copy has been well read and is not in collectible condition (all corners are bumped, cover is scuffed, etc) but is still solidly bound and ...
Fair with no dust jacket. Second edition, 364 pp, edgeworn, rubbed green cloth boards decorated in black, corners and spine ends bumped. Front hinge is broken but board is attached and binding still intact. 364 pp.
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company, New York
Date published: 1911
Description: Very Good. 16mo 6"-7" tall Brown boards are lightly scuffed and slightly bowed. Spine ends and corners are bumped. Binding is tight, text unmarked. Previous owner's name in pencil on front endpaper. Describes experiments in visual contrast and after-images, auditory space, tactical space, mental images, association, memory, apperception, attention, reaction time, and more. 211 pp. read more
Publisher: Univ of Massachusetts Pr, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A.
Date published: 1998
Description: Very Good. 8vo 8"-9" tall Brand-new trade paperback with no remainder marks, tips unfurled, spine and binding tight. American presidents were not always expected to speak directly to the people on the issues of the day. During the early years of the republic this would have been deemed undignified. This book traces how the practice of speaking to the people evolved from the icy reserve of Washington to the effusive empathy of Bill Clinton. 283 pp. read more
Publisher: Jonathan Williams, for the Nantahala Foundation, Highlands
Date published: 1962
Description: Very Good in Fair dust jacket. 12mo 7"-7½" tall 227 pp. French wrappers in printed acetate dust jacket (as issued). Moderate external wear and light soiling to the wraps; internally clean, binding strong. Acetate chipped and edgeworn, heavily chipped at foot of rear panel, front panel torn in two but with both sections present. read more
Description: Good. 16mo 6"-7" tall Trade paperback with moderate wear and some soiling to wraps; no highlighting, underlining, or notes. Includes Offending the Audience and Self-Accusation in addition to Kaspar. 140 pp. read more
Publisher: Paj Pubn, New York, New York, U.S.A.
Date published: 1984
Description: Good. 12mo 7"-7½" tall Trade paperback with some wear and soiling to the wraps; text unmarked. A collection of eighteen essays articulating a contemporary poetics of text and performance against a background of American culture. Theatrewritings moves easily from avant-garde groups (Mabou Mines, The Wooster Group, Ontological-Hysteric Theater) to writers as diverse as Sam Shepard, Lee Breuer, and Lillian Hellman, and to popular singers such as Barbra Streisand and Judy Garland. 202 pp. read more
Publisher: Free Press, New York
Date published: 1965
Description: Good. 12mo 7"-7½" tall Clean tight trade paperback with light wear/sunning to the wraps. No highlighting, underlining, or notes. An examination of the social and political climate in which Washington, Jefferson, Madison, and Monroe were trained and elected. read more
Publisher: Avon, New York
Date published: 1968
Description: Good. 16mo 6"-7" tall Mass market paperback with moderate external wear; no highlighting, underlining, or notes. Some tanning to the pages. Scenebook for actors and students. 274 pp. read more