WILLIAMS, William Carlos
New York: Macaulay Company, 1928.
First Edition. Author's first novel, "the sensitive reactions of an intelligent American to the static culture of present day Europe. His quest for beauty in more
WATTS, Mary S.
New York: MacMillan Co, 1924.
First Edition. Novel that attempts to "set forth some of the main differences and contrasts between European life and standards and our own, as they more
REID, H. S. [Hilda Stewart]
London: Constable and Co Ltd, 1933.
First Edition. Fouet dustjacket art. Humorous novel of gardenia-suburbia, "the cranks, the nut-eaters, the uplifters, the earnest remakers of post-war Europe are paraded in company more
Philadelphia: Carey and Hart, 1846.
Second edition, 1846, hardcover with brown cloth boards, octavo, 451pp., not illustrated. Book good with sticker remnant to spine, soil and rubbing to boards, edgewear more
Irvine, Helen Douglas
New York: E. P. Dutton & Co, 1923.
First American edition, 1923, hardcover with blue cloth boards, octavo, 224pp., not illustrated. Book VG with sun to spine, mild edgewear to spine ends and more
Tilly, Charles and Wim P. Blockmans
Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1994.
First edition, 1994, paperback, octavo, 290pp., not illustrated. Book near fine with hint of shelfwear to wrap, binding tight, text clean and unmarked. No DJ. more
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus.
Philadelphia: H. Cowperthwait & Company, 1852.
An original hand-colored steel engraving. Folio (11.5" x 9.5"). Near Fine condition. Includes an inset of the German States. more
New York: Robert M. McBride and Co, 1923.
First American Edition. Unusual contemporary novel of Croatian peasant life, detailing the experiences of Yella, "her mother, her husband, and her lover". Very Good, some more
New York: Harper and Brothers, 1939.
First Edition. Collection of three novels by Bromfield investigating international life. "Here are the international glamour girls, the razzle-dazzle cosmopolitans who drift from Deauville to more
New York: E. P. Dutton and Co, 1928.
First American Edition. Swedish author's novel of "Scandinavian life and Northern mysticism". Nice stylized dustjacket art in red, gold and purple. Very Good-Near Fine, cheaply more
New York: Farrar and Rinehart, 1941.
First Edition. Busoni dustjacket art. Contemporary novel of exiled Europeans. Author's first novel. Near Fine in Very Good plus dustjacket, chips at top spine end. more
PRYDE, Anthony and R K Weekes
New York: Robert M. McBride and Co, 1923.
First Edition. Historical novel of a Bohemian country and its courtly intrigues. Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket, chipping to rear flap corner, top spine more
DEJONG, David Cornel
London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1939.
First Edition. Novel of Holland's coastal villages, "the frozen canals with hundreds of darting skaters, black-clad fishermen's wives gazing toward the horizon". This copy nicely more
New York: Macaulay Co, 1932.
First Edition, translated from the French by Gladys Billings. Story of a French peasant's love of the land, who only allows her son to have more
NEXO, Martin Andersen
New York: Coward McCann, 1929.
First American Edition. Translation from the Danish by Jacob Wittmer Hartmann. T.L. dustjacket art. Jazz Age travel book about Spain. Very Good, top spine end more
New York: Thomas Seltzer, 1925.
First Edition. Companion novel to Open All Night. This title received the Prix de la Renaissance. Near Fine in Very Good plus to Near Fine more
Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Page and Co, 1926.
First Edition. Walter Jack Duncan dustjacket art and illustrations. Collection of sketches set around Morley's trip to France. Near Fine in Very Good plus price more
STONE, Grace Zaring
Indianapolis: Bobbs Merrill Co, 1929.
First Edition. Novel about a young Spanish girl who becomes the Mother Superior of the Convent of the Poor Marys in San Juan of Hispaniola more
New York: Henkle-Yewdale House, 1936.
First Edition. Nat Falk dustjacket design. Novel of an Austrian prince who, despite his carefree lifestyle, is a prisoner within himself. This copy inscribed and more
New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1922.
First Edition. Furstenberg dustjacket art. Winner of the Lady Northcliffe Prize for the most important French fiction of the year. Set in the south of more