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Fine in very good dust jacket. Signed by author. no marks, but for autograph on front free end paper. dust jacket is intact with very slight shelf wear. 86 p. Audience: General/trade. the title poem was read at the inauguration of jimmy carter.
Very good in very good dust jacket. near fine hardcover in a (plastic protective cover) dust jacket with minor sun discoloration of spine and fore edge. no other marks. 224 p. a coming of age novel of a young man on trinidad came with the coming of age of caribbean literature. the american first is perhaps the real first as ismith was living (nearly under the brooklyn bridge) and working (for the new york public library) in this country as he wrote this.
Good. No dust jacket. some light wear at edges of boards. back hinge of first volume beginning weak: end paper mostly torn, net from spine still intact. 2 volume set. green boards with gilt lettering. fronts., illus., plates, ports., 3 maps (part. fold. ) facsims. 23 cm. and here i always thought stanley said "dr presume? dr livingstone i. presume? " title page tells us that book is: "with two steel engravings, and one hudred, and fifty illustrations and maps". all three folded maps in ...
Edition: reprint of 1935 edition from appleton-century.
Publisher: gnome press, inc., hicksville, n.y.
Date published: 1959
Description: Very good in very good dust jacket. near fine hardcover in a very good (light wear, one small tear top back, price clipped) dust jacket. no marks. viii, 397 p. spine of book and d.j. read "fantasy classic library". elsewhere both read gnome press. last of the trilogy that includes "tros of samothrace, " and "queen cleopatra. " read more
Binding: Trade paperback
Publisher: vintage books., new york.
Date published: 1969
Description: Very good. No dust jacket as issued. light cover wear, especially a rubbed area by front spine, and beginning of foxing on fore edge. vi, 153 p. : illus. (part col. ); 21 cm. abbie hoffman, the comic genius of the sixties, was serious about stopping the vietnam war and in working to bring african-americans into the mainstream of america. but he didn't use the language of the left or of the establishment, instead he punctured the language in use with comic images and ideas of his own. read more
Edition: "first printing". red top edge, gilt letters on dk blue cloth.
Publisher: random house., new york.
Date published: 1969
Description: Very good in very good dust jacket. near fine hardcover in a very good dust jacket (intact but with two small tears and edge wear; worst jacket problem is that it was folded on book so that beginning of title on front shows on spine). First edition. , 274 p. price on dust jacket "$6.95" but top edge of flap clipped just beside price. read more
Publisher: spaulding & rogers mfg. inc.
Date published: 1988
Description: naydan, ted. Very good in very good dust jacket. very slight shelf wear/use. no marks. one minor crease on dust jacket. 141,  pages plus 8 pages of color photographs. sewn binding. black cloth over boards. audience: general/trade. an good introduction to the art of and the tools for tattooing. a beautifully designed book. read more
Description: Very good. Ex-library. pocket in back, label on title page and verso, inked number on dedication page, white dewey number on spine. 485 p. Audience: General/trade. a good one volume source for a chronology of, and anthology by, the s.d.s. read more
Publisher: george routledge and sons., london.
Date published: n/a.
Description: birket foster. Very good. No dust jacket. book plate removed from front paste down and another with owner's signature pasted on top: previous removal seen from around the sides. "c066985" in ink on bottom of contents page. no other marks seen. viii, 456 p. Includes illustrations. well illustrated blue boards, spine slightly darkened. read more
Edition: second edition.
Binding: Trade paperback
Publisher: Natural Heritage Books
Date published: 2007
Description: Very good. No dust jacket as issued. a book mark from niagara museum and historical society is taped on first page. otherwise very light use or wear. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 276 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade. read more
Description: Fine. No dust jacket as issued. very slight shelf wear. no marks. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 223 p. Audience: General/trade. nominated for an edgar in 1980 as a best first novel. read more