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Merry Men, Chute, Carolyn
1 Chute, CarolynMerry Men
New York Harcourt Brace & Co. 1994 0151592705 / 9780151592708 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Fine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
Red cloth spine and blue papered boards. 695 pages. Book is as new and appears unread. Dust jacket also looks as new. Now protected in a clear archival cover. ~~ Third title in Chute's 'trilogy,' which began with "The Beans of Egypt, Maine," and then "Letourneau's Used Auto Parts." In this novel Chute further continues her portrait of this fictional town and society. Her saga reveals the complexity of this seemingly simple town, which though unique in detail, is "eerily similar to most" others. This is a beautiful first printing copy of this epic novel. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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Swordbird, Fan, Nancy Yi
2 Fan, Nancy YiSwordbird
New York HarperCollins 2007 0061130990 / 9780061130991 First Edition Hard Cover As New As New 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Mark Zug Signed by Author
Black spine and green boards with gilt spine lettering and gold endpapers. 219 pages. B&W illustrations. First novel by this young author, a birdlover, who was twleve when she wrote it. She was inspired to write this story shortly after 9/11, to convey her message of peace to the world. Summary: Warring factions of blue jays and cardinals call on Swordbird, the heroic bird of peace, to rescue them from the evil machinations of Turnatt, the tyrant hawk lord who plans to enslave them. Aimed at ages 9-12. ~~ Book is in fine, as-new, unread condition in an equally fine dust jacket, and is signed and dated on the title page by the author. Protected in a clear archival cover. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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Riders of the Suwannee: A Cracker Western, Gramling, Lee
3 Gramling, LeeRiders of the Suwannee: A Cracker Western
Sarasota, FL Pineapple Press 1993 1561640433 / 9781561640430 First Paperback Edition Soft Cover Fine 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Signed by Author
First printing of the paperback edition. 292 pages. Includes a map of Suwanee County, FL, in 1875. Book is clean and unmarked, crease along front of edge spine from opening the cover. ~~ With the publication of this title (simultaneously with "Trail from St. Augustine") a new series and also a new fiction genre began: the Cracker Western, featuring the pioneering inhabitants of frontier Florida. Good guys and bad guys, strong women, horses, cattle, and gunfighting can all be found against the backdrop of the swampy backwoods of early Florida. In this novel, Tate Barkley returns to 1870s Florida to settle down, only to have a run-in with an outlaw gang when helps a woman hold on to her house. Gramling is a sixth-generation Floridian and admirer of Louis L'Amour. ~At the end of the book there is a Notes section where several "cracker" terms and features are explained. ~~ This copy is inscribed on the half-title page by Gramling: "For May Wright with Best Wishes, Lee Gramling." 
Price: 18.50 USD
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Borderliners, Hoeg, Peter
4 Hoeg, PeterBorderliners
New York Farrar Straus & Giroux 1994 0374115540 / 9780374115548 First American Edition Hard Cover Fine Fine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
Black cloth spine and brown boards with metallic orange spine titling. Translated by Barbara Haveland. 277 pages. Book is clean, tight, appears unread. Dust jacket is fine, now in a clear archival cover. ~~ Fourth novel by the acclaimed author of "Smilla's Sense of Snow." A boy attending an elite private academy in Copenhagen discovers that the school is using the students in an experiment in controlling children. Disturbing and full of psychological tension. 
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The History of Danish Dreams, Hoeg, Peter
5 Hoeg, PeterThe History of Danish Dreams
New York Farrar Straus & Giroux 1995 0374171386 / 9780374171384 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Near Fine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
Translated by Barbara Haveland. Originally published in Danish in 1988. Brown spine and gray-green boards. 356 pages. Book is clean, tight, fine. Dust jacket is nearly fine, with a miniscule touch of wear at the top of the front flap fold. Now in a clear archival cover. ~~ Hoeg gained immediate recognition in Scandinavia for this debut novel with a cast of outlandish family members in which he imaginatively recreates Denmark's transition from medieval times to the present. He combines social and magical realism to effect a satiric and hilarious commentary on Danish social history. Though this book was his first novel, his two later novels, "Smilla's Sense of Snow" and "Borderliners" appeared first in the U.S., to much acclaim. 
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The Quiet Girl, Hoeg, Peter
6 Hoeg, PeterThe Quiet Girl
New York Farrar Straus & Giroux 2007 0374263698 / 9780374263690 First American Edition Hard Cover Fine Fine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
Textured beige paper binding with red spine titling. Translated from the Danish by Nadia Christensen. 408 pages. Book is clean, tight, with a minor wrinkle at head of spine. Dust jacket is fine, now in a clear archival cover. ~~ Fifth novel by the author of "Smilla's Sense of Snow." A renowned circus clown is deeply in debt from gambling and is wanted by the authorities. He is sought out and taken in by an order of nuns who also harbor children who have the same special mystical abilities that he has. Events lead him to make some startling discoveries about the children. Described as a "philosophical thriller that blends social realism with the literary fantastic." 
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The Woman and the Ape, Høeg, Peter
7 Høeg, PeterThe Woman and the Ape
New York Farrar Straus & Giroux 1996 0374292035 / 9780374292034 First U.S. Edition Hard Cover Fine Very Good+ 8vo - 7¾" - 9¾" Tall 
Originally published in Danish in 1996. Translated by Barbara Haveland. Black spine and white papered boards with gold spine titling and author's initials stamped in gold on front cover. 261 pages. ~ Book is clean tight, still falls shut when opened, no wear, and interior pages are unmarked. Dust jacket is bright and crisp with a 1/2 " closed tear on lower edge of back panel with an associated crease. Now in a clear archival cover. ~~ By the Danish author of "Smilla's Sense of Snow." Like "Smilla," this novel also has an underlying theme of the consequences of the progress of civilization. It is the story of Erasmus, an anthropoid ape of high intelligence captured from a remote locale by smugglers and recaptured by an animal researcher. Madelene, the alcoholic young wife of the researcher, takes an intense interest in the ape and thus begins an erotic love affair between the two and they flee to live in the wild. But Erasmus has an ultimate goal. "A fable for our time, [this novel] poses searching questions about the nature of love, freedom, and humanity. It combines the farcical humor of a Marx Brothers movie with the magic of a fairy tale and the pace of a thriller."--DJ. 
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Burial Rites, Kent, Hannah
8 Kent, HannahBurial Rites
New York Little, Brown & Co. 2013 0316243914 / 9780316243919 First North American Edition Hard Cover As New As New 4to - 9.5" Tall Signed by Author
First printing of the U.S. edition. Originally published by Picador/Pan Macmillan Australia, May 2013. Dark blue spine and light blue boards with blue endpapers. 322 pages. Book is in fine, clean, like-new condition in a fine dust jacket, now protected in a clear archival cover. ~~ This highly regarded first historical novel by Australian author Hannah Kent takes place in Iceland in the 1820s, and is based on a true event. A young woman, Agnes Magnúsdóttir, has been accused of murder and is sentenced to execution by beheading. She is sent to live for several months with a family on a remote farm until the time of her execution, and is visited by a priest to assist her in reconciling herself with God. As Agnes awaits her inevitable fate with dread, the priest and the family get to know her and learn another side to the story of her involvement in the murder. The narrative provides a convincing portrait of the Icelanders of the time: noble and intelligent, yet strong-minded and passionate; God-fearing, but still connected to the natural spiritualism of earlier times. A captivating read. ~~ This copy is signed by Kent on the title page. 
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Montecore : The Silence of the Tiger, Khemiri, Jonas Hassen
9 Khemiri, Jonas HassenMontecore : The Silence of the Tiger
New York Alfred A. Knopf 2011 0307270955 / 9780307270955 First American Edition Hard Cover Fine Fine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Chris Silas Neal (jacket design) 
It was translated into several languages and internationally acclaimed, but it was not translated into English. Montecore is his second novel and was awarded the PO Enquist Literary Prize in 2007 for the most promising young European writer, as well as the Sveriges Radio's Novel Prize for best Swedish novel of 2007. This novel also marks Khemiri's U.S. debut. Echoing his own background, this is the story of a young Swedish writer (also named Khemiri), the son of a Tunisian immigrant, who receives a letter from his estranged father's old friend, Kadir. Their sudden correspondence opens up a discovery process for the young author in learning who his father really is, reconciling his own view with the commentary by Kadir, "an effervescent storyteller with delightfully anarchic linguistic idiosyncrasies," (which the translator is said to have captured brilliantly). He is then spurred to write a story about coming of age as the son of an immigrant. In addition to addressing the serious issue of the clash of modern-day Swedish ideals of tolerance and diversity with the reality of racism and xenophobia, this story is also tender and amusing. A NY Times review states: "The novel is at its most exciting on the level of linguistic performance. A constantly changing creole, its voice shifts registers and references, revealing the substantial emotional gaps that open up in characters and cultures when they're remixed in this way . . . the novel is funny, ambitious and inventive. Also black rage and tragedy pulse beneath the fireworks." This is a nice clean review copy of this novel from an up-and-coming (and already arrived) young Swedish author. Laid in is a one-page publisher's announcement. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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Montecore : The Silence of the Tiger, Khemiri, Jonas Hassen
10 Khemiri, Jonas HassenMontecore : The Silence of the Tiger
New York Alfred A. Knopf 2011 0307270955 / 9780307270955 First American Edition Hard Cover Fine Fine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Chris Silas Neal (jacket design) Signed by Author
Translated from the Swedish by Rachel Willson-Broyles. Originally published in Sweden in 2006 as "Montecore: En Unik Tiger." Black binding with silver spine titling. 311 rough-cut style pages. ~ Book is clean, tight, as new and unread. Dust jacket is also fine, now protected in a clear archival cover. ~~ Khemiri is an award-winning Swedish author and playwright whose first novel, One Eye Red (2003) was Sweden's bestselling novel of 2004, and received the Boras Tidning Award in 2004 for best literary debut, Sweden's most illustrious award for a first book. It was translated into several languages and internationally acclaimed, but it was not translated into English. Montecore is his second novel and was awarded the PO Enquist Literary Prize in 2007 for the most promising young European writer, as well as the Sveriges Radio's Novel Prize for best Swedish novel of 2007. This novel also marks Khemiri's U.S. debut. Echoing his own background, this is the story of a young Swedish writer (also named Khemiri), the son of a Tunisian immigrant, who receives a letter from his estranged father's old friend, Kadir. Their sudden correspondence opens up a discovery process for the young author in learning who his father really is, reconciling his own view with the commentary by Kadir, "an effervescent storyteller with delightfully anarchic linguistic idiosyncrasies," (which the translator is said to have captured brilliantly). He is then spurred to write a story about coming of age as the son of an immigrant. In addition to addressing the serious issue of the clash of modern-day Swedish ideals of tolerance and diversity with the reality of racism and xenophobia, this story is also tender and amusing. A NY Times review states: "The novel is at its most exciting on the level of linguistic performance. A constantly changing creole, its voice shifts registers and references, revealing the substantial emotional gaps that open up in characters and cultures when they're remixed in this way . . . the novel is funny, ambitious and inventive. Also black rage and tragedy pulse beneath the fireworks." ~This copy is signed on the title page by Khemiri. This promising young Swedish author's signature is hard to find in the U.S., making this a scarce copy. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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The Thrall's Tale, Lindbergh, Judith
11 Lindbergh, JudithThe Thrall's Tale
New York Viking 2006 0670034649 / 9780670034642 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Near Fine 9.25" Tall Signed by Author
Black spine and gold boards. 450 rough-cut style pages. Book is clean, tight, with a touch of crinkling at base of spine. Dust jacket is clean and crisp, with light rubbing along flap folds. Now in a clear archival cover. ~~ Author's first novel, about a period in Scandinavian and Viking history when Christianity was being introduced to a pagan culture that was already replete with its own mythological beliefs and practices. A young Icelandic woman named Katla sets sail as a slave ("thrall") to Greenland, where she gives birth to an ill-begotten daughter. While Katla embraces Christianity, her daughter has special gifts and, under tutoring from a prophetess, begins to use her pagan powers indiscriminately. 
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Depths, Mankell, Henning
12 Mankell, HenningDepths
New York New Press 2007 159558-0891 / 9781595580894 First U.S. Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
Dark blue spine and grey papered boards; dark blue endpapers. 403 pages. ~ Book is near fine with no appreciable flaws, in a near-fine dust jacket with minor crinkling at head of spine. Now in a clear archival cover. ~~ This book, a divergence from the renowned author's successful Kurt Wallander mysteries, is a historical novel set at the time of World War I. A Swedish naval officer arrives on an isolated rocky isle during a mission and finds a "half-wild" woman living in a complete disconnect from the rest of the world. His orderly life begins to unravel as his obsession grows while he also tries to maintain his normal life with his wife. "Matters of shame, fidelity, and duty are swept to sea as he struggles to maintain his parallel lives, with devastating consequences for the women who love him." 
Price: 14.00 USD
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Walking Into The Night: A Novel, Olafsson, Olaf
13 Olafsson, OlafWalking Into The Night: A Novel
New York Pantheon Books 2003 0375422544 / 9780375422546 First Edition Softcover Fine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
Uncorrected Bound Proof/Advance Reader's Edition. Illustrated wraps. 264 pages. In clean, unread, with publisher postcard laid in. ~~ Third novel by this Icelandic-American author whose work has received critical acclaim, as well as the O. Henry Award and the Iceland Literary Award. Olafsson writes about the soul-searching inner journeys of individuals facing loss, guilt, and other events in their current lives or their past, compassionately and convincingly portraying their psychological turmoil and emotional burdens. In this novel, a man who long ago abandoned his family in Iceland for a reckless affair in New York lives a hermetic life working as a butler for William Randolph Hearst. "A stunning portrait of a man wrestling with guilt and secret passions." Olafssons's novels touch the reader's heart and mind. This isa nice advance uncorrected proof copy, of interest to the collector. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Walking Into The Night: A Novel, Olafsson, Olaf
14 Olafsson, OlafWalking Into The Night: A Novel
New York Pantheon Books 2003 0375422544 / 9780375422546 First Edition Wraps Fine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
Uncorrected Bound Galleys. Light blue wraps. 264 pages. In fine, clean, unread condition. ~~ Third novel by this Icelandic-American author whose work has received critical acclaim, as well as the O. Henry Award and the Iceland Literary Award. Olafsson writes about the soul-searching inner journeys of individuals facing loss, guilt, and other events in their current lives or their past, compassionately and convincingly portraying their psychological turmoil and emotional burdens. In this novel, a man who long ago abandoned his family in Iceland for a reckless affair in New York lives a hermetic life working as a butler for William Randolph Hearst. "A stunning portrait of a man wrestling with guilt and secret passions." Olafssons's novels touch the reader's heart and mind. This set of uncorrected bound galleys precede the advance reader edition, and are more likely to show the author's early writing before additional changes and corrections were made in preparation the publication of the first edition. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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15 Petterson, PerI Curse the River of Time
Minneapolis, MN Graywolf Press 2010 1555975569 / 9781555975562 First U.S. Edition Hard Cover Fine Fine 8vo - 7¾" - 9¾" Tall 
First published in Norway in 2008. English translation first published in Great Britain by Harvill Secker/Random House in 2010. This is the first U.S. edition. Translated from the Norwegian by Charlotte Barslund. Black papered boards with silver spine titling and grey endpapers. 233 pages. ~Book is fine, clean and appears unread and as new. Dust jacket is also fine, crisp, now in a clear archival cover. ~~ Petterson is an accomplished Norwegian novelist whose novel "Out Stealing Horses" (2003) won the top two literary prizes in Norway as well as two additional prizes for its English translation. He has published several novels and his works have been translated into 50 languages. "I Curse the River of Time," a prequel to his 2006 novel "Into the Wake," is the story of a man wrestling with changes on different levels of his life: it is 1989, and communism is collapsing, he is in the midst of a divorce, and his mother with whom he has a difficult relationship is dying of cancer. "In its piercing portrait of their layered relationship, [this book] bears all the hallmarks of Petterson's compassion for humanity that has won him readers the world over." --DJ. This novel won the 2009 Nordic Council's Literature Prize and was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. 
Price: 16.00 USD
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Daniel Plainway: Or, the Holiday Haunting of the Moosepath League, Reid, Van
16 Reid, VanDaniel Plainway: Or, the Holiday Haunting of the Moosepath League
New York Viking Press 2000 0670891711 / 9780670891719 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Fine 8vo - 7¾" - 9¾" Tall Signed by Author
Blue spine and grey boards with metallic red spine titling. 385 pages. Book is fine, clean, tight, with no wear, and interior pages are clean and unmarked. Dust jacket is also fine, bright and crisp, protected in a clear mylar cover. ~~ Sometimes it's just nice to escape modern-day stress with a wholesome, lighthearted yarn. Van Reid's series of novels about the Moosepath League is just such a fictional tonic. In late 19th-century Maine, the Pickwickian foursome of the jovial Tobias Walton and his gentleman friends have a knack for engaging themselves in all sorts of predicaments and escapades, involving mystery, crime and romance. In this third installment of their adventures, it is Christmastime, and a country lawyer is despondent over the demise several years earlier of a close friend. When a missing portrait of her suddenly turns up, he sets out on a quest which involves an orphaned child, a ballplayer, some hooligans, and a special woman. His efforts involve Mr. Walton, his companion Sundry moss, and of course his Moosepathian cohorts, who in the meantime have been investigating a Viking rune. At once poignant and comical, full of engaging characters and inflected with genuine local color, this is a picturesque novel that makes for a perfect holiday read. ~~ This copy is inscribed by the author on the title page: "Best wishes!" Van Reid." A lovely book and a perfect gift. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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Fiddler's Green, or, A Wedding, A Ball, and the Singular Adventures of Sundry Moss, Reid, Van
17 Reid, VanFiddler's Green, or, A Wedding, A Ball, and the Singular Adventures of Sundry Moss
New York Viking 2004 0670033200 / 9780670033201 First Edition Hard Cover As New As New 8vo - 7¾" - 9¾" Tall Signed by Author
Mint green spine and yellow boards with gold spine titling. 300 pages. ~Book is as new and unread in a fine, crisp dust jacket, now protected in a clear archival cover. ~~ Fans of Van Reid's gently comic and atmospheric series about the gentlemen of the Moosepath League in late 1800s Maine will delight in the wedding of Mister Tobias Walton, the leader of the Pickwickian foursome, and will then proceed to follow his compatriot, Sundry Moss, on a Good Samaritan journey-turned-perilous odyssey involving two feuding families endeavoring to cover up a dark secret. Phrases such as 'rollicking escapades,' 'endearing comedy' and 'old-fashioned romance' all apply to these appealing novels which have been acclaimed by the critics. "Reid's one-man campaign to resurrect the eighteenth- and nineteenth novel is a campaign well worth enlisting in." --Kirkus Reviews. This copy is inscribed on the half-title page: "See you on the Moosepath! Van Reid." 
Price: 65.00 USD
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The American Zig-Zag: Volume One, Reid, Van; other Contributors
18 Reid, Van; other ContributorsThe American Zig-Zag: Volume One
Augusta, ME Moosepath Press 2010 1450737153 / 9781450737159 First Edition Soft Cover As New 8vo - 9.5" Tall Signed by Author
First printing, October 2010. Green and black wraps in zig-zag design. 192 pages. Black & white illustrations by various artists: Jeff Suntala, Bruce Rosenberger, Glen Chadbourne, Thaddeus Lyford, David Hunter, Barbara Neeson, Michael Neno, Randy Sargent. ~ In fine, clean, unused condition, and inscribed by Van Reid on the title page: "Best Zig-Zagian Wishes! From Maine and the Moosepath! --Van Reid." ~~ Van Reid is the author of the successful and charmingly nostalgic series of novels about the Moosepath League, set in 19th-century Maine. From the back cover: "Van Reid's picaresque novels . . . have garnered loyal fans and warm reviews (including a New York Times Notable Book of the Year) with their unique mixture of adventure, romance, and laugh-out-loud humor. Now he returns with this inaugural 'Zig-Zag' across the Americas--with six of his own short stories that veer geographically from the Portland waterfront to the Chicago stockyards, from the wilds of Manitoba to a lonely chain of islands off the coast of Brazil and ranging in tone from the suspenseful to the comic. In the grand tradition of 19th century journals, he has recruited talented poets, humorists, and musicians to bring even more weight and variety to the proceedings--and also ten fine artists to illustrate the resulting stories, poems, cartoons, and essays--all with the express purpose of hearkening to an earlier era of American journals that delight and entertain." Complete with a supernatural story, a Western, a story about pirates, as well as anecdotes and vignettes. Also contains an Ongoing Tale titled "Fustianne Mae (Part One)" which is to be continued in Volume Two. Two-column text formatting and nostalgic-style illustrations recreate the design of period literary periodicals. Includes biographical blurbs about each contributor. Fun and entertaining. 
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The American Zig-Zag: Volume Two, Reid, Van; other Contributors
19 Reid, Van; other ContributorsThe American Zig-Zag: Volume Two
Augusta, ME Moosepath Press 2012 1467556009 / 9781467556002 First Edition Soft Cover As New 8vo - 9.5" Tall Signed by Author
First printing, December 2012. Orange and brown wraps in zig-zag design. 192 pages. Black & white illustrations by various artists: Jeff Suntala, Glenn Chadbourne, Mary Herndon Boothby, Thaddeus Lyford, Bruce Rosenberger, Rhea Butler, Randy Sargent, Joe Zierman, Stephen Prescott, Michael Neno. ~ In fine, clean, unused condition, and inscribed by Van Reid on the title page: "See you on the Moosepath! --Van Reid." A one-page errata slip, also signed by Reid, is laid in, describing and correcting a formatting error on page 46. ~~ Van Reid is the author of the successful and charmingly nostalgic series of novels about the Moosepath League, set in 19th-century Maine. From the back cover: "The American Zig-Zag is back with a second volume of tales . . . that range from the meditative to the humorous to the suspenseful--sometimes all in the same setting. From the waterfront of Portland, Maine (where fans of the Moosepath novels will recognize several supporting characters) to the polyglot slums of turn-of-the-century Chicago; from the coast of Oregon to a small town in Indiana--Reid's characters stumble into mystery, surprise, and adventure. Seasoning this throw-back to late 19th century magazines is an engaging collection of poets, essayists, and humorists. And ten wonderful artists . . . illuminate the entire proceedings with a wide variety of styles and tone." The issue also contains Part Two of the Ongoing Tale titled "Fustianne Mae" which was begun in Volume One. Two-column text formatting and nostalgic-style illustrations recreate the design of period literary periodicals. Includes biographical blurbs about each contributor. 
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Prince and the Pilgrim, Stewart, Mary
20 Stewart, MaryPrince and the Pilgrim
New York William Morrow & Co. 1996 0688145388 / 9780688145385 First U.S. Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Fine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
Green spine and ivory papered boards. 292 pages. Book is clean, straight, has a single small red mark on back cover. Interior pages clean and unmarked and book falls shut as though unread. Dust jacket is fine, now in a clear archival cover. ~~ A "story of adventure, love and sorcery" set in the world of King Arthur and Camelot, featuring Prince Alexander, who wishes to avenge the death of his father, and Alice, who rescues a French nobleman who possesses the Holy Grail, and Morgan LeFay, the evil sorceress. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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