New York: Dial Press, 1964.
xv,  121,  p.; 25 cm. From Wikipedia: "James Arthur Baldwin (August 2, 1924 December 1, 1987) was an American novelist, essayist, playwright, poet, more
London: Michael Joseph, 1974.
Presentation copy. First UK edition of Baldwin's fifth novel. In original blue cloth. 229, (3) p. with (2): Baldwin, James; (Malcolm X) One Day, When more
Baldwin, James Arthur. (August 2, 1924-November 30, 1987),
Baldwin, James Arthur. (August 2, 1924-November 30, 1987). Original Autographed Letters. Framed & Glazed. Baldwin, James Arthur. (August 2, 1924-November 30, 1987). American novelist, writer, more
Original portrait signed by Baldwin. An accomplished pen and ink portrait of Baldwin in profile, by a Massachusetts artist, drawn on a sheet of stationery more
Paris: [Gargoyle Press], 1951.
First edition. 1 vols. Royal 8vo. Early James Baldwin. This short story preceeds publication of Baldwin's first novel which was published in 1953. Other authors more
New York: The Dial Press, 1974.
8vo, ochre boards with black lettering on spine, Mylar-protected pale brown lettered dust jacket (unclipped), [viii] + 213 pages. James "Jimmy" Baldwin (1924 - 1987) more
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1953.
8vo - over 7ž" - 9ž" tall. Rare first edition signed and inscribed by James Baldwin. First edition, first printing of the author's first book, more
New York: Abrams, 1987.
Contributions by James Baldwin, Romare Bearden, Nancy Graves, William Rubin and others. Numerous color illustrations, small 4to, cloth, d.w. New York: Center for African Arts, more
London: Michael Joseph, 1972.
This is James Baldwin's film script of Alex Haley's now famous The Autobiography of Malcolm X, written with that sincerity, passion and eloquence that are more
New York: The Dial Press, 1965.
First Edition. 1 vols. 8vo. The first collection of Baldwin's short stories. more
New York, New York: Dell Publishing Co., Inc, 1964.
Very good+ paperback copy of "Giovanni's Room" by James Baldwin. 1st paperback edition / 1st Dell Book printing 2881 with a cover price of 60 more
New York: The Dial Press, 1973.
This is Baldwin's film script of Alex Haley's now famous The Autobiography of Malcolm X, written with that sincerity, passion and eloquence that are the more
New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, (1985).
Using Wayne Williams/Atlanta Child Murder case as subject and springboard, Baldwin assesses, in his own terms and from his own viewpoint, the State of the more
London: Michael Joseph, 1968.
First Edition. First English Edition. Near Fine in Fine dustjacket. Protected in Mylar plastic archival cover. Original price intact. No remainder mark. Spine tilted. Bookplate more
New York: Dial (1979),
New York: Dial (1979). Hardcover. The last novel to appear in Baldwin's lifetime. A very good copy in very good jacket with only minor edgewear. more
New York: Gargoyle Press, 1951.
Pages 52 - 81 IN: New-Story, The Monthly Magazine for the Short Story, No. 2. Offered complete. New York & Paris: Gargoyle Press, April, 1951. more
New York: Dial Press, 1965.
Lovingly inscribed by Baldwin on the dedication page. Fine in an about Fine jacket, unclipped ($4.95), lightly rubbed on the front panel. Black buckram with more
12 x 16 inch silver print, signed by the photographer. Sophie Bassouls, photographer with the Corbis-Sygma Agency, she has produced more than 3000 literary portraits. more
Sausalito, CA: The Black World Foundation, 1973.
10p. interview in the 64p. issue, slightly soiled wraps. The issue also contains articles by John Henrik Clarke on Garvey, Harold D. Weaver on Robeson, more
(PYLE,HOWARD)illus. THE STORY OF THE GOLDEN AGE by James Baldwin. NY: Scribner 1887 (1887). 8vo, brown cloth stamped in silver, green, black and gold, spine more