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In the Boom Boom Room: A Play
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In the Boom Boom Room: A Play

by Rabe, David

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New York. 1975. July 1975. Knopf. 1st American Edition. Very Good in Slightly Worn Dustjacket. 0394497694. 115 pages. hardcover. Jacket design by Paul Gamarello. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Full Length, Drama Characters: 6 male, 6 female, Exterior set, platform stage. The author of Sticks and Bones and Hurly Burly turns his attention to the seedy underbelly of American life. Chrissy is a go-go dancer in the squalid 'Boom Boom Room'. Resigned to a life populated by denizens offering little more than drugs, sex and violence, she searches for love and beauty against this backdrop of nihilistic hedonism. Her desperate need to survive at any cost offers a glimmer of hope amid the glare of broken neon. inventory #21835 ISBN: 0394497694.
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Kill the Boss Good-By

by Rabe, Peter

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New York. 1956. August 1956. Fawcett Gold Medal. 1st American Edition. Good in Worn Wrappers With a Piece Coming Off Near The Bottom Spine. Paperback Original. 126 pages. paperback. 594. Cover art by Barye Phillips. FROM THE PUBLISHER - They wanted to feed on the lion's flesh - these jackals of the underworld. PANDER wore dark glasses and fancy suspenders and he moved into the San Pietro rackets like a sandblaster gone berserk. FELL, the boss, was mysteriously away and Pander grabbed the chance to bury his hands in the heavy money. Then Fell carne back. At his side was Cripp, the human adding machine with the beautiful face and the twisted leg. With them came murder - wholesale. Another novel of underworld violence told with the frightening quietness that has established Peter Rabe among the masters of suspense. inventory #37232
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A Shroud For Jesso

by Rabe, Peter

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New York. 1955. October 1955. Fawcett Gold Medal. 1st American Edition. Good in Worn Wrappers With a Piece Coming Off Near The Bottom Spine. 160 pages. paperback. 528. Cover art by Lu Kimmel. FROM THE PUBLISHER - First he wrote STOP THIS MAN!, the journey into nightmare that Erskine Caldwell ‘could not put down.’ Then he wrote BENNY MUSCLES IN, the biography of a hoodlum etched in acid. Now here is A SHROUD FOR LESSO, the third brilliant shocker from Peter Rabe. To encounter Rabe is to encounter violence – in the most savagely compelling way you may ever be able to remember. It is the story of Jack Jesso, an American gangster, exiled to Europe – fighting for his life, for half a million dollars, and for a beautiful woman, against one of the world’s most dangerous men. A SHROUD FOR JESSO is the portrait of a tough guy, written with sledge-hammer strength – an achievement in suspense that ranks with the masters. inventory #37230
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Girl in a Big Brass Bed

by Rabe, Peter

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New York. 1965. Fawcett Gold Medal. 1st American Edition. Good in Worn Wrappers With a Piece Coming Off Near The Bottom Spine. 144 pages. paperback. k1540. FROM THE PUBLISHER - MY INSTRUCTIONS CAME: ‘Get out of Paris immediately. Ask no questions. Find the painting and bring it at any cost.’ The girl in the painting was a trollop. She had been much admired by REICHSMARSCHALL Goering, who, when the Nazis plundered Rotterdam, ordered that she be seized for him. For twenty years she had vanished, I learned. Now, inexplicably she turned up – bringing a barrage of terror in her wake. Already three sadistic murders had been committed in her name, and there was more to come. In hard cold cash, she just wasn’t worth all that sweat. What was it that made her so valuable, that turned rational men into savages? It was my job to find out and bring her home. And it almost killed me. inventory #37231
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A House in Naples

by Rabe, Peter

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New York. 1956. January 1956. Fawcett Gold Medal. 1st American Edition. Good in Worn Wrappers With A Large Piece Missing From The Bottom Spine. 144 pages. paperback. 547. Cover art by Lu Kimmel. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Charley’s rope was about frayed out. The carabinieri were after him, he had a bullet in his hip and no goddamn passport. Charley needed a passport bad. He needed that intricate piece of paper-signed, sealed and innocent-looking—the way only a G.I. in Italy could need one. A G.I. deserter with a sweet fortune in blackmail lire and the carabinieri lusting to lay hands on him. Charley got it He got it off the body of a dead American drunk, and afterwards he weighted the body with metal and put it in the Tiber under an old bridge where the water was deep and the smell in the air was very bad. He came up from under the bridge bleeding from the hip again, feeling as if his lungs were bursting – and that was when he saw her. She was leaning over the side of the bridge looking down… Read more
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Reflections On Fieldwork in Morocco
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Reflections On Fieldwork in Morocco

by Rabinow, Paul

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9780520035294
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Berkeley. 1977. University Of California Press. Reprinted Paperback Edition. Very Good in Wrappers. 0520035291. Foreword by Robert N. Bellah & With An Afterword by Pierre Bourdieu. 170 pages. paperback. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Rarely have anthropologists regarded fieldwork as a serious object of study, although it is tacitly accepted as their major activity. How valid is the process? To what extent are the cultural data an artifact of the interaction between anthropologist and informants? Rabinow takes the view that fieldwork is an independent cultural activity, valuable in its own right and worthy of narrative report. Having previously published a more standard ethnographic study about Morocco, here he describes in straight-forward language a series of encounters with his informants, from a French innkeeper holding on to the vestiges of a colonial past to the rural descendants of a seventeenth-century saint. The unfolding of these encounters over the length of the author’s stay in Morocco… Read more
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Karl Marx-Friedrich Engels Selected Letters
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Karl Marx-Friedrich Engels Selected Letters

by Raddatz, Fritz J. (editor)

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Boston. 1980. Little Brown. 1st of This Particular Edition. Bookstore Stamp Near Top Corner Of Front Free Endpaper,Otherwise Very Good in Slightly Worn Dustjacket. 0316732117. Translated from the German by Ewald Osers. 194 pages. hardcover. Jacket design by Steve Snider. FROM THE PUBLISHER - For the first time, a selection of the famous correspondence between Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels is now available in one lively and revealing volume. Judiciously edited by Fritz Raddatz to emphasize the more personal correspondence, these are letters Marx and Engels wrote to each other between October 1844 and July 1877, while living and working as exiles in London and Manchester respectively. As Raddatz points out, the letters divulge fascinating details of their forty-year friendship, such as ‘Marx’s incessant financial difficulties which gave rise to his almost peremptory demands to Engels - who supported him throughout his life - to send him money’ There is family and emigré gossip,… Read more
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Chomsky's Politics

Chomsky's Politics

by Rai, Milan

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9781859840115
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New York. 1995. Verso. 1st Edition. Very Good in Wrappers. 1859840116. 226 pages. paperback. Cover designed by the Senate. FROM THE PUBLISHER - For over twenty-five years Noam Chomsky's prolific political intervention has enlightened and inspired radicals while enraging their opponents in the halls of power. Beginning with a concise biography of his subject, Milan Rai presents a sympathetic yet probing analysis of Chomsky's critique of US media and foreign policy and his vision of a libertarian socialist future. Drawing on the entire range of Chomsky's prodigious output, including little-known interviews and articles, Rai examines Chomsky's assault on journalistic self-censorship and business control of the mass media. He shows how Chomsky challenges the US view of itself as a defender of democracy and equal rights by uncovering the hidden motivations of its foreign policy makers. Rai draws out features of Chomsky's outlook that are sometimes obscured by a rapid coverage of a wide… Read more
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Chronicles of the Chateaux of the Loire

by Rain, Pierre

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Paris. [no date]. Editions Pierre Roger. Hardcover Edition. Small Discoloration Mark On Front Cover and Some Penned Notes Inside, Otherwise Good in Brown Boards.No Dustjacket. Translated from the French by E. F. McNeight. 260 pages. hardcover. FROM THE PUBLISHER - A travel guide to the Loire valley. inventory #30406
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Little Pig
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Little Pig

by Ramachander, Akumal

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New York. 1992. Viking Press. 1st American Edition. Very Good in Dustjacket. 0670843504. Illustrated by Stasys Eidrigevicius. 29 pages. hardcover. Jacket art by Stasys Eidrigevicius. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Although the owner of Mary’s Pig Farm lavishes attention on him as he grows up, everyone, except Little Pig, knows what the future holds for him. inventory #17349 ISBN: 0670843504.
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Waiting To Live
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Waiting To Live

by Ramgobin, Mewa

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New York. 1986. May 1986. Aventura. 1st Edition. Very Good in Slightly Worn Wrappers. 0394744322. Paperback Original. 240 pages. paperback. Cover: Jeffrey Smith. FROM THE PUBLISHER - A strong-willed, young South African black man, Elias Mzimande - seduced by technology and the ways of the whites - abandons his people and his traditional settlement to make a better life for himself in the city. The fate of his ambition dramatizes the frightening tensions and ambiguities, of apartheid in South Africa. Powerful for the depth of its human drama, WAITING TO LIVE is an astounding political act of literary imagination. inventory #31910 ISBN: 0394744322.
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Waiting To Live
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Waiting To Live

by Ramgobin, Mewa

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New York. 1986. May 1986. Aventura. 1st Edition. Very Good in Wrappers. 0394744322. Paperback Original. 240 pages. paperback. Cover: Jeffrey Smith. FROM THE PUBLISHER - A strong-willed, young South African black man, Elias Mzimande - seduced by technology and the ways of the whites - abandons his people and his traditional settlement to make a better life for himself in the city. The fate of his ambition dramatizes the frightening tensions and ambiguities, of apartheid in South Africa. Powerful for the depth of its human drama, WAITING TO LIVE is an astounding political act of literary imagination. inventory #2793 ISBN: 0394744322.
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Antiquity Street
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Antiquity Street

by Rami, Sonia

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New York. 1992. Farrar Straus Giroux. 1st American Edition. Very Good in Dustjacket. 0374105340. 242 pages. hardcover. Jacket art courtesy of the author.Jacket design by Honi Werner. FROM THE PUBLISHER - A Young Egyptian woman studying at Harvard returns home to Cairo to visit her ailing father, a distinguished former diplomat and a member of the privileged Turkish-Egyptian upper class. She finds the sedate and decorous household of her family subtly changed: attending her father is a handsome orderly, a flamboyant dandy named Alex whom her mother has ‘found’ on Antiquity Street, in the poor section of the city. Even after the young woman discovers Alex’s secret life, she remains in love with him. Her family, predictably, is horrified by her affair with Alex; more ambiguous is her own consternation, the part desire, part dread summoned in her by this ‘poor Greek’ so little her equal in education, taste, and class. In sensual language that evokes the powerful exoticism of… Read more
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Light Wind Light Light
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Light Wind Light Light

by Ramke, Bin

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Richmond. 2018. April 2018. Omnidawn. Advance Uncorrected Proof. Very Good in Wrappers. 9781632430533. 88 pages. paperback. FROM THE PUBLISHER - LIGHT WIND LIGHT LIGHT engages a childhood among rivers, takes steps into the river-like world at large, and then turns to (hopes for) metamorphosis. Transitions are marked with primitive signs, such as the visual dimensions of number—a concern that keeps arising as the poems ask how abstractions differ from matter. Light and transparency figure in every poem in this book, while the book as a whole deals with memory as fluid, transitory, illuminating. An illusion. inventory #43970 ISBN: 9781632430533.
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Missing the Moon
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Missing the Moon

by Ramke, Bin

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Richmond. 2014. October 2014. Omnidawn Publishing. Uncorrected Proof. Very Good in Wrappers. 9781632430007. 6 x 9’. 120 pages. paperback. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Scientific elegies of ambition and failure from this esteemed poet Attempts to reach the moon, metaphorically and otherwise, are an ancient element of human imagination. With intrusions from mathematics and science, these poems are elegiac celebrations of various ambitions that miss the mark, but matter anyway. The poems sometimes center on events in the life of the poet or members of his family; sometimes on the geography, geology, and the histories accrued by local communities, human and otherwise; sometimes they center on historical figures reimagined—from Giacinto Scelsi to Alan Turing. But these poems are always about boundaries and barriers, crossed sometimes, ignored at peril. They are about distances that must be travelled. ‘The poems in Bin Ramke’s new book enact the ceaseless struggle between containment and flow,… Read more
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Barren Lives

by Ramos, Graciliano

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Austin. 1965. University Of Texas Press. 1st American Edition. Very Good in Slightly Worn Dustjacket. Illustrated by Charles Umlauf. Translated from the Portuguese by Ralph Edward Dimmick. 131 pages. hardcover. Cover art by Charles Umlauf. FROM THE PUBLISHER - BARREN LIVES could take place nowhere save in the drought-ridden interior of northeastern Brazil. (The literal meaning of the Portuguese title, Vidas Sécas, ‘Dry Lives,’ reflects both the parched atmosphere of the region and the desiccating effect it has on the existence of its inhabitants.) No aspect of the area has attracted greater attention, doubtless by reason of the dramatic effects it offers, than the terrible droughts that periodically visit the backlands. Only a hardy breed could survive such trials, especially when prospects of reward are so few. Fabiano and his family own little more than the clothes on their backs. Fabiano is a good herdsman, and the ranch prospers under his management as long as the rains come. He… Read more
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The Ballad of Rocky Ruiz
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The Ballad of Rocky Ruiz

by Ramos, Manuel

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New York. 1993. July 1993. St Martin's Press. 1st American Edition. Very Good in Dustjacket. 0312092717. Winner of the 1991 University of California at Irvine Chicano/Latino Literary Contest. 201 pages. hardcover. Jacket art by Eric Dinyer. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Author's first book and winner of the University of California at Irvine Chicano/Latino Literary Contest. In his debut novel, Ramos introduces Luis Montez, a middle-aged Chicano lawyer living in Denver. An acquaintance of Luis's old college friends who was active in the Chicano student movement has been killed, and now Luis must delve into his past and re-examine the past murder of his friend Rocky Ruiz. inventory #31812 ISBN: 0312092717.
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The Ballad of Gato Guerrero

by Ramos, Manuel

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New York. 1994. May 1994. St Martin's Press. 1st American Edition. Very Good in Slightly Worn Dustjacket. 0312109350. 183 pages. hardcover. Jacket art by Eric Dinyer. FROM THE PUBLISHER - With his debut novel, THE BALLAD OF ROCKY RUIZ, Manuel Ramos introduced mystery readers not only to his impressive talents as a writer, but also to a fascinating world of Chicano culture and history. In this sequel, Denver lawyer Luis Montez is getting his act together, reviving his career and steering clear of trouble. But when Felix ‘Gato’ Guerrero, an old friend, asks for Luis’s help, Luis finds himself in the middle of more than one mess: There’s Felix’s girlfriend’s husband, a local crime lord with a nasty temper; there’s his former father-in-law, who blames Felix for a family tragedy; and then there’s Felix himself, blithely unaware of the dangers he faces. Luis’s efforts to help take him from the barrio, bars, and courtrooms of Denver to the casinos of Central… Read more
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Jackie Robinson: A Biography
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Jackie Robinson: A Biography

by Rampersad, Arnold

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New York. 1997. Knopf. 1st Edition. Very Good in Dustjacket. 0679444955. 512 pages. hardcover. FROM THE PUBLISHER - The extraordinary life of Jackie Robinson is illuminated as never before in this full-scale biography by Arnold Rampersad, who was chosen by Jack's widow, Rachel, to tell her husband's story, and was given unprecedented access to his private papers. We are brought closer than we have ever been to the great ballplayer, a man of courage and quality who became a pivotal figure in the areas of race and civil rights. Born in the rural South, the son of a sharecropper, Robinson was reared in southern California. We see him blossom there as a student-athlete as he struggled against poverty and racism to uphold the beliefs instilled in him by his mother--faith in family, education, America, and God. We follow Robinson through World War II, when, in the first wave of racial integration in the armed forces, he was commissioned as an officer, then court-martialed after refusing to move to… Read more
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Forgotten Americans: Footnote Figures Who Changed American History
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Forgotten Americans: Footnote Figures Who Changed American History

by Randall, Willard Sterne and Nahra, Nancy

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Reading. 1998. Addison Wesley. 1st American Edition. Very Good in Dustjacket. 0201773147. 267 pages. hardcover. FROM THE PUBLISHER - A fascinating look at neglected figures in American history, from the pen of one of Americas most popular biographers. Our history was shaped by many people who have been forgotten in popular histories, and relegated to footnotes in scholarly ones. Forgotten Americans illuminates our past through fifteen portraits of feminists, abolitionists, religious reformers, Indians and Indian-hunters alike. With these threads Randall and Nahra weave a rich tapestry of American life up to the twentieth century. From early settlements to the close of the nineteenth century, the brief biographies in Forgotten Americans engagingly fill out our knowledge of the nations past. inventory #25423 ISBN: 0201773147.
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