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ULYSSES

(London: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1936), VERY IMPORTANT LITERARY FIRST. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. This an extremely impressive copy of the first authorized English edition, signed by Joyce. IT IS ALSO more

52,500.00 USD

Buddenbrooks
Boston, MA
617-536-4433

A BOY'S WILL

London: David Nutt, 1913. Original bronzed brown pebbled cloth, gilt-lettered on the front cover. Crane A2: First Issue, Binding A of Frost's first book. Less than 350 copies of more

50,000.00 USD

Charles Agvent
Fleetwood, PA
(610) 682-4750

The Fountainhead

Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1943. First issue in the publisher's red cloth binding and the first edition statement on the copyright page as required. Top edge stained red. A Very more

29,500.00 USD

Whitmore Rare Books, Inc
Pasadena, CA
(626) 714-7720

Burmese Days

New York: Harper and Brothers, 1934. First edition, first printing. One of 2,000 copies. Publisher's red-orange cloth, lettered in black, pictorial pale yellow floral endpapers; in the original yellow dust jacket, more

25,000.00 USD

B & B Rare Books
New York, NY
(646) 652-6766

ON THE ROAD

New York: The Viking Press, 1957. Third Printing in a Third Printing dustwrapper BUT INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the front endpaper: "To Don---/from/Jack Kerouac/I'm really happy/that you came more

20,000.00 USD

Charles Agvent
Fleetwood, PA
(610) 682-4750

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE: CHAOS OR COMMUNITY?

New York: Harper & Row, (1967). INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author filling most of the front free endpaper: "To David Hunter/Whose moral and financial/support have been of/inestimable value for the/continuance more

20,000.00 USD

Charles Agvent
Fleetwood, PA
(610) 682-4750

FINNEGANS WAKE

(London: Faber and Faber, 1939), IMPORTANT FIRST EDITION SIGNED BY JAMES JOYCE. A very desirable copy of this, the best and scarcest issue of the first editions. No book has more

18,500.00 USD

Buddenbrooks
Boston, MA
617-536-4433
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