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GABBY THE SHREW

by Olsen, Afla-Betty and Marshall Efron. Illustrated by Roz Chast. Signed by all

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New York: Random House, 1994. First edition. Hardcover. A fine copy in a fine dust jacket. Roz Chast. 4to. Signed by both authors and the illustrator opposite the title page. What does a baby shrew like to eat? Answer: a couple of crunchy crickets, a group of juicy grasshoppers, one fresh frog, a pair of slippery salamanders, several tasty moths, a pack of peppery millipedes, a squishy centipede, a number of succulent beetles, a few chewy worms, and other assorted creepies, crawlies, and winglies of various flavors. And that's just for breakfast! Illustrated boards with dust jacket.
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GAIN. A Novel
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GAIN. A Novel

by Powers, Richard

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New York: Farrar , Straus and Giroux, 1998. First edition. Paperback. A near fine sharp copy. Uncorrected Proof of this novel of the world of high commerce and the American obsession with success, set in the industrial town of Lacewood, Gain tells the history of Clare Soap and Chemical Company, a Procter & Gamble-like manufacturer of soaps and other consumer goods with an uncanny knack for anticipating American demand. Against the 170-year old rise of Clare is the contemporary story of Laura Bodey, Lace wood resident, whose struggle with a life-threatening illness brought about by Clare's products pits her against the modern-day monolith and calls into question her hometown's dependence on the corporation. Two page press release laid in. 353 pages. Bound in the original white perfect bound printed wrappers, as issued.
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GARDEN OF SAND

by Thompson, Earl

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New York: Putnam, 1970. First edition. Paperback. A near fine copy, perfect bound in white unprinted wrappers. Advance copy perfect bound in the original plain white wrappers of the author's first novel. Nominated for the National Book Award. Destitution, hunger, cruelty, rootlessness-all the odds stand against Jacky, the young boy at the center of this powerful, popular American classic, yet still he prevails. Resourcefully, doggedly, Jacky nurtures his spirit of independence, his capacity to love, and his faith in a nation's dream in a journey that takes him from Wichita to Corpus Christi and from poverty to possibility. 510pp.
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GARGOYLE CARTOONS. A Collection of Plays

by McClure, Michael

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New York: Delacorte / Seymour Lawrence, 1971. First edition. Hardcover. Bound in red and yellow cloth over boards in a bright very good clean dust jacket with some rubbing and tiny nicks to extremities. Illustrated. Eleven plays, short, mad, whimsical, funny, incisive and in one act. The plays are; Spider Rabbit, The Meatball, Apple Glove, The Cherub, The Authentic Radio Life of Bruce Conner and Snoutburbler, The Shell, The Pansy, The Bow, The Sail, The Dear, and The Feather. 211 pages.
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THE GATE OF ANGELS

by Fitzgerald, Penelope

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London: Collins, 1990. First edition. Hardcover. A fine copy in a fine dust jacket. In 1912 Fred Fairly is a Junior Fellow at the college of St Angelicus in Cambridge, where for centuries no female has been allowed to set foot. He lectures in physics and the questionable nature of matter, and worries about the universal problem known in Cambridge at the time as "the absurdity of the Mind-Body Relationship". To Fred this is tormenting rather than absurd. The young woman beside him when he wakes up one evening in the Wrayburns' spare bedroom might help to resolve it, but how can he tell if she is quite what she seems? Fred is a scientist. To him the truth should be everything, and indeed he thinks it is. But scientists make mistakes.
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GATHERING STORM. America's Militia Threat

by Dees, Morris with James Corcoran

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New York: Harper Collins, 1996. First edition. hardcover. A near fine copy in a near fine dust jacket. Signed and inscribed by Morris Dees on the front free endpaper and dated in the year of publication. Six months after the Oklahoma City Bombing, Dees warned the U.S. Attorney General that the fast-growing militia movement posed serious threats. Dees and his associates track the far-right paramilitary groups and their racist leaders since the early 1980s, sometimes using daring undercover operations. This book goes behind the scenes, beyond the friendly-looking militia leaders seen on TV talk shows, to explore secret paramilitary cells training deep in moutainous back country. 254 pages with index. Illustrated from photographs.
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GAUDETE
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GAUDETE

by Hughes, Ted

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London: Faber & Faber, 1977. First edition. softcover. A very good copy but with a half-inch chip missing from the bottom corner of the first set of signatures (bottom right). Seven separate signatures that make up the whole book. The top page of the first signature is the half-tltle page. the last signature page is page 200.
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GAUDETE. Uncorrected Proof

by Hughes, Ted

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New York: Harper & Row, 1977. First edition. Paperback. This copy would be near fine except for an inch wide darker vertical mark close to foredge. Perfect bound in yellow printed wrappers, as issued. Handwritten information to front cover, title, author, publication date, etc. Also the letter "B" or "Blank" is written out in the appropriate place for the forthcoming hardbound book. 'Gaudete' is a narrative poem telling the story of an Anglican clergyman abducted by spirits into the other world.
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THE GENERATIONS. A Trilogy of Plays. Winner Screen Writers Guild Award 1962

by Mercer, David

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London: John Calder, 1964. First edition. Hardcover. A near fine copy in a very good plus to near fine dust jacket. Much of Mercer's television work for the BBC was made in collaboration with the director Don Taylor. This dated from the beginning of Mercer's career as a television dramatist with the play trilogy, The Generations, an attempt to depict the decline of an idealistic form of socialism over 60 years through the members of three generations of one family. This was composed of Where the Difference Begins (1961), a tale about two brothers, one who has abandoned socialism, while the other is a Labour Party intellectual; A Climate of Fear (1962) a piece in which a scientist in Britain's nuclear programme discovers his children have joined CND; and the non-naturalistic The Birth of a Private Man (1963), an account of an activists disenchantment with protest who attempts to match left-wing attitudes with the emerging 'affluent' society. The hero of the last play dies at the Berlin Wall facing a… Read More
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GENERATION OF SWINE. Gonzo Papers Vol. 2. Tales of Shame and Degradation in the '80s
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GENERATION OF SWINE. Gonzo Papers Vol. 2. Tales of Shame and Degradation in the '80s

by Thompson, Hunter S.

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New York: Summit Books, 1988. First edition. softcover. A near fine copy. 4to. An Advance Uncorrected Proof. Here, the author journeys by ship, plane and borrowed car to the outposts of civilization to find intelligent life and reports back, instead on the demented state of current events and, once again, the Death of the American Dream. Bound in the original light blue perfect bound printed wrappers. This copy with white pasted on label to front cover with typed title, publication date, price, and ISBN number. Uncommon in this format 304pp.
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GENERATION OF SWINE. Gonzo Papers Vol. 2. Tales of Shame and Degradation in the '80s
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GENERATION OF SWINE. Gonzo Papers Vol. 2. Tales of Shame and Degradation in the '80s

by Thompson, Hunter S.

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New York: Summit Books, 1988. First edition. Hardcover. A fine copy in a fine dust jacket. Here, the author journeys by ship, plane and borrowed car to the outposts of civilization to find intelligent life and reports back, instead on the demented state of current events and, once again, the Death of the American Dream. 304pp.
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GETTING UP & DOWN. My 60 Years in Golf
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GETTING UP & DOWN. My 60 Years in Golf

by Venturi, Ken with Michael Arkush. Foreword by Jim Nantz

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Chicago: Triumph, 2004. First edition. Hardcover. A near fine copy in a near fine dust jacket. To Joel / Best wishes / Ken Venturi." Ken Venturi was already a highly regarded amateur when he burst onto golf's center stage at the 1956 Masters. The confident 24-year old from San Francisco led the field after the first, second, and third rounds, bidding to become the first amateur to win the prestigious event. He carried a four-stroke lead into Sunday's final round, only to watch in disbelief as the tournament slipped out of his grasp. In a matter of hours, with a disastrous 80, he went from within inches of the sport's pinnacle to the depths of despair, and he hadn't even turned pro yet. That he would do seven months later. The rest, as the saying goes, is history. 272 pages illustrated from photographs.
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GHOST COUNTRY. A Novel
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GHOST COUNTRY. A Novel

by Paretsky, Sara

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New York: Delacorte, 1998. First edition. Hardcover. A near fine copy in a near fine dust jacket. Signed by Paretsky on the title page. A parable for the millennium, a powerful haunting novel of magic and miracles, of four troubled people who meet beneath Chicago's shadowy streets, and of the woman whose mysterious appearance changes all of their lives forever. 386 pages.
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GIANT. A Novel

GIANT. A Novel

by Ferber, Edna

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Garden City: Doubleday, 1952. First edition. hardcover. A fine copy in black cloth with silver spine stamping in a very bright very good jacket with wear to the spine crown and heal. A novel depicting the lives of Texans in 1950s Texas. The novel is centered around the land tycoon Bick Benedict, the sleazy rich oil baron Jett Rink, and Bick's lovely wife and Jett's unrequited love, Leslie. Basis for the big screen film directed by George Stevens (Oscar winner for Best Director) that starred James Dean, Elizabeth Taylor, Carroll Baker, Rock Hudson, Chill Wills and Dennis Hopper, among others. Giant was the last of James Dean's three films as a leading actor, and earned him his second and last Academy Award nomination- he was killed in a car crash before the film was released.
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GIANTS & HEROES. A Daughter's Memories of Y. A. Tittle
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GIANTS & HEROES. A Daughter's Memories of Y. A. Tittle

by Tittle, De Laet Dianne

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South Royalton: Steerforth Press, 1995. First edition. Hardcover. A fine copy in dust jacket. Yelberton Abraham Tittle, from the Piney Woods of East Texas, played pro football from 1948 until 1964, retiring at 38 after starring for the Baltimore Colts, San Francisco 49ers and New York Giants. Although he was the quarterback in the 49ers' so-called Million Dollar Backfield, he is best remembered for his three years in New York, when his passing took the team to three NFL championship games, none of which they won, and for his willingness to take the field when badly hurt. His daughter Dianne, a poet and concert harpist, has authored an unusual volume that is rich in memorable metaphors and explains her pursuit of the question, What constitutes a hero? Her answer is based heavily on her study of the Greek and Roman classics. Classicists will exult in the passages from Pindar and Martial, and all literate sports fans will love it. There are several excellent action photos. 261 pages with program notes… Read More
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GILGAMESH. A Translation

by Gardner, John and John R Maier

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New York: Knopf, 1984. First edition. Paperback. A very good copy with darkening (sunning) to spine and extremities. Uncorrected Proof. The story of Gilgamesh, an ancient epic poem written on clay tablets in a cuneiform alphabet, is as fascinating and moving as it is crucial to our ability to fathom the time and the place in which it was written. Gardner's version restores the poetry of the text and the lyricism that is lost in the earlier, almost scientific renderings. The principle theme of the poem is a familiar one: man's persistent and hopeless quest for immortality. From the literary library of Robert & Enid Cohen.
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A GIRL IN SQUARE RIG. Four Months Before the Mast

by Atkinson, Jenni

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London: Arlington Books, 1977. First edition. Hardcover. A near fine copy in a near fine dust jacket. A true story of a young English girl who fulfilled her dream and gave up a normal office life in London to join the 1976 Tall Ships Rare. Ten thousand miles from Plymouth via the Canaries and Bermuda to New York and back again. Jenni sailed as a deck-hand on the square-rigger Phoenix, one of only two women at sea with twenty-five men for weeks on end. Phoenix was the only unsponsored, privately entered ship in the race--and the only square-rigger to complete the entire course. Her crew were international and all volunteers and, together with their twenty life chickens, they sailed with a vast armada of ships of all sizes to take part in the spectacular Parade of Sail on 4th July to celebrated America's Bicentenary. Written with great verve as well as humour, this book recounts the vicissitudes as well as the victories of that journey. It tells of the danger and terror, the practical jokes, the grim… Read More
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THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN
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THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN

by Hawkins, Paula

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New York: Riverhead Books, 2015. First edition. hardcover. A near fine copy in a near fine dust jacket. A psychological thriller that gives narratives from three different women about relationship troubles and binge drinking. The book was first published January 13, 2015 by Riverhead in the U.S., two days later, January 15, it was published by Doubleday in the U.K.
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THE GIRLS NEXT DOOR. Into the Heart of Lesbian America. Signed
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THE GIRLS NEXT DOOR. Into the Heart of Lesbian America. Signed

by Van Gelder, Lindsy & Pamela Robin Brandt

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New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996. First edition. Hardcover. A near fine copy in a near fine dust jacket with 'Signed by the Author' sticker to front panel. Signed by both authors. What Tom Wolfe did for astronauts and Roger Angell did for baseball, journalists Lindsy Van Gelder and Pamela Robin Brandt do for lesbians in this landmark book. Long misperceived as a separatist coven, a default option, or a sort of ladies' auxiliary to the gay men's movement, lesbian life has achieved a new visibility. This funny, lively, and perceptive book, drawing on more than a hundred interviews with women around the country, the authors have composed an unprecedented portrait of how gay women think, feel, love, and live. Three major "tribal" events; the long-running Michigan Womyn's Music Festival, "Dinah" (the annual Dinah Shore Golf Tournament and party circuit, a mecca for upwardly mobile luppies), and a cross-country trek with the activist Lesbian Avengers en route to the 1994 Stonewall commemoration, provide… Read More
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GIUSEPPE CASTIGLIONE. A Jesuit Painter at the Court of the Chinese Emperors. Translated by...
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GIUSEPPE CASTIGLIONE. A Jesuit Painter at the Court of the Chinese Emperors. Translated by Michael Bullock

by Beurdeley, Cecile and Michael

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Rutland/Tokyo: Charles E Tuttle, 1971. First edition. Hardcover. A near fine copy in a near fine jacket (price-clipped). Oblong 4to. Giuseppe Castiglione, Italian painter, Jesuit missionary, arrived in China in 1715 and passed his life at the Court of the Emperors K'ang-hsi, Yung-cheng and Ch'ien-lung. There he became pre-eminent among a group of European missionary-court painters who combined the propagation of the Christian faith (in the face of daunting difficulties) with professional dedication to the artistic commissions of the Emperors. Although trained as a Jesuit, Castiglione was an artist of high accomplishment and in the course of his long stay in Peking (he died there in 1766) he managed to achieve a remarkable synthesis between the traditions and techniques of European painting and those of Chinese painting. He excelled in religious painting, was famous as a portraitist and genre painter, and his paintings of animals, flowers and landscapes earned him an unprecedented honour--first… Read More
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