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Salute To Spring

New York: International Publishers, 1940. Octavo; pp; 191; blue cloth, spine lettered in yellow script. A collection of proletarian fiction by this Midwestern political activist. According to Nelson Algren, Le more

45.00 USD

Austin's Antiquarian Books
Wilmington, VT
802 464-8438

North star country

New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1945. First edition, the "Paul Bunyan" issue with an extra tipped-in leaf signed by Le Sueur, and with an additional presentation "For Jean Schutz - and more

175.00 USD

Rulon-Miller Books
St. Paul, MN
800-441-0076

Women on the breadlines

Cambridge: West End Press, 1977. [22p.], softbound, a pamphlet in 8x5 inch stapled wraps; first printing of this edition, with a new introduction by Le Sueur. Clean sound copy that more

25.00 USD

Bolerium Books
San Francisco, CA
(415) 863-6353

Go Down (Signed Broadside)

Minneapolis, MN: Toothpaste Press, 1980. First edition. Broadside printed in two colors that measures 9.875" x 12.75". Number 13 of 125 copies. Printed for a reading by Le Sueur at more

50.00 USD

Jeff Hirsch Books
Wadsworth, IL
(847) 662 2665

North Star Country

New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1945. Edited by Erskine Caldwell. 8vo. Blue cloth. viii, 327pp. Map endpapers. Very good. Modest edgewear; discreet ex-library, the sole marking being a number near the more

25.00 USD

Main Street Fine Books
Galena, IL
(815) 777-3749

The girl

Cambridge: West End Press, 1978. [iv], 148, [iv]p., wraps shelf worn, front., inscribed by Le Sueur, later printing.  more

20.00 USD

Bolerium Books
San Francisco, CA
(415) 863-6353

Salute to spring

New York: International Publishers, 1979. 171p., wraps slightly worn, else very good condition, later printing, first published in 1940. "... Le Sueur's best-known collection. Within the canon of proletarian literature, more

10.00 USD

Bolerium Books
San Francisco, CA
(415) 863-6353

SALUTE TO SPRING

New York: International Publishers, [1940]. Octavo, original blue-green cloth lettered in yellow. First edition. A collection of proletarian fiction by this Midwestern political activist. According to Nelson Algren, Le Sueur more

45.00 USD

L. W. Currey
Elizabethtown, NY
(518) 873-6477

The Girl

Albuquerque: West End Press, 1990. Revised Edition. "Le Sueur seems in love with the spoken word, and her consummate achievement as an artist, I believe, is her transformation of colloquial more

20.00 USD

Good Books in the Woods
Spring, TX
(281) 298-2497

Crusaders

New York: Blue Heron Press, 1955. 94p., wraps, first edition, signed by Le Sueur on the half-title page, publishers address on rear cover crossed out in pen with a Minnesota address more

20.00 USD

Bolerium Books
San Francisco, CA
(415) 863-6353
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