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1. Adams, George Matthew. Uncle Walt, The Poet Philosopher. Chicago: George Matthew Adamas, 1910. 189 pages. Pictorial covers show some shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. $10.50

2. Adams, H.G. The Language and Poetry of Flowers. J.B. Lippincott, 1866. 272 pages. 1866 printing. Thelf wear, scuffing and some rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners bumped and rubbed through. The binding is tight. With 7 beautiful hand-colored plates of flowers. $85.00

3. Addison, Joseph & Richard Steele & Jonathan Swift-et al. The Tatler. With Introduction and Notes by George A. Aitken. Complete set of 4 volumes. Limited edition. London & Boston: J.B. Millet Company, 1901. Complete set of four volumes. Bound in deluxe 3/4 green leather with marbled paper over boards, There is slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The leather spines have faded to a lighter brown color, but they are all uniform in color. This is the Temple Bar Edition, which was published in four volumes in 1901. This is #68 of 200 copies. Included are 24 photogravures from rare engravings. Truly a deluxe a beautiful publication. This work republishes the original "Tatler", which was issued as a paper between 1709 at 1711. The writings are witty, satirical, and insightful and give much information about the political and historical climate of England during that age. It was originally subtitled "The Lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff". This was a pseudonym, with Joseph Addison and Richard Steele contributing the bulk of the articles. Literary historians also credit Jonathan Swift with having contributed to this periodical, perhaps in as many as 15 issues. $250.00

4. Aesop. Selected Fables of Esop and Other Fabulists. In Three Books. Complete in one volume. (Aesop) London: Printed for J. Dodsley in Pall Mall, 1765. 204 pages. 1765 printing. Original leather binding. The front cover has been expertly reattached. The corners are bumped and there is some rubbing to the edges of the boards. Raised bands on the spine with decorated spine panels and red leather spine label. There is some rubbing to the spine, with most of the spine title rubbed away, but some still legible. The text block is tight and the pages are clean. Illustrated with woodcuts. $300.00

5. Aesop. Aesop's Fables. Collector's Edition in Full Leather. The 100 Greatest Books Ever Written Series. The Easton Press, 1979. 130 pages. Easton Press full leather edition. Near new condition. $29.50

6. Alighieri, Dante. THE ANTE-PURGATORIO. CANTOS I - IX OF THE PURGATORIO. With original etchings by Jack Zajac. New York: Racolin Press, 1964. Light wear to spine edges. A portfolio of exquisite illustrations from this work by Dante, housed in the original publisher's box. The box has some soiling and wear to the edges. Measures 20.5 inches tall by just under 15 inches wide. Light wear to spine edges. In original publisher's box. The box is worn at the edges and spine and has some paper peeled away and chipped away. With signed, numbered etchings by Jack Zajac. The edition was limited to 200. $350.00

7. Amado, Jorge & Emil Antonucci & Barbara Shelby. The Two Deaths of Quincas Wateryell. Alfred A. Knopf, 1965. 97 pages. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small chips and tears. $9.95

8. Andersen, Hans Christian & Fritz Kredel & Jean Hershult. Andersen's Fairy Tales and Stories. Volume 1 and 2 complete set. Easton Press, 1977. 1224 pages. Two volume set complete. Easton Press full leather edition. Near new condition. $49.50

9. Ardai, Charles. Cold Reading, A Christmas Story. Mysterious Bookshop, 2006. Softbound covers in very good condition. $6.00

10. Bailey, Paul. Deliver Me From Eva. Murray & McGee, Inc., 1946. 1946 first printing. Red cloth covers show wear to the spine edges. The corners are bumped. The dust jacket has chips to the top and bottom of the spine and along the front fold. There is also quite a bit of soiling to the front and back covers of the dust jacket. $55.00

11. Balmer, Edwin.. Flying Death. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1927. Light shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tight copy. The dust jacket has a few small chips to the top of the spine and some soiling. There is also a larger chip to the top edge of the front panel, affecting the letter "G" in the title "Flying". A scarce dust jacket. $42.50

12. Bates, H. E. & John Austen & Edward Garnett. The Hessian Prisoner. Chiswick Press for William Jackson, 1930. 42 pages. Slight shelf wear to spine edges and corners. There is slight discoloration to the red cloth covers and spine. $85.00

13. Benson, Stella & Geoffrey West & Clare Leighton. Christmas Formula and Other Stories. Chiswick Press for William Jackson, 1932. 67 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. A few rubbed spots to the front cover. $15.00

14. Berne, Stanley. The Dialogues. George Wittenborn, 1962. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $17.50

15. Blædel, Niels. The Molsians: The Brave Feats and Wise Deeds of the Inhabitants of Mols. Copenhagen: Rhodos, 1983. 68 pages. Light shelf wear. Pictorial illustration on the front cover. Color illustrations throughout. $5.25

16. Blanding, Don. A Grand Time Living. Dodd, Mead, 1950. 159 pages. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Some soiling to the inside edges of the front cover. The dust jacket has some chips missing from the top of the front panel and some pieces of the paper peeled up on the spine. This includes a small pamphlet about Don Blanding that is signed "Aloha, Don Blanding" on the front cover of the pamphlet. $15.00

17. Block, Lawrence. As Dark as Christmas Gets,  A Christmas story. Mysterious Bookshop, 1997. 20 pages. Signed by the author. Softbound covers in very good condition. $25.00

18. Boston: Crosby and Nichols. Pictures of Comical People: With Stories About Them for Children of All Ages. Crosby and Nichols, 1863. 1863 printing. Red cloth covers show quite a bit of wear and rubbing to the spine edges. Slight darkening to the edges of the covers and there are a few soiled spots. Scattered foxing to the text. The binding is tight illustrated with woodcuts.  $30.00

19. Bourogh of St. Marleybone. Catalogue of an Exhibition on Sherlock Holmes held at Abbey House, Baker Street, London NW1. May-September 1951. Bourogh of St. Marleybone Public Libraries Committee, 1951. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. Spine and edges discolored. Light soiling to the covers. $19.50

20. Bronte, Charlotte. Jane Eyre. FOLIO SOCIETY LTD (ENGLAND), 1998. Light wear to the spine edges and corners. Spine is slightly faded. Slipcase has slight wear. $34.50

21. Bronte, Emily. Wuthering Heights. With a Critical and Biographical Profile of the Author by Inga Stina Ewbank. F. Watts, 1971. 472 pages. Light wear to the binding. The dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges. $16.95

22. Brough, Robert B. A Cracker Bon-Bon for Christmas Parties: Consisting of Christmas Pieces and Other Seasonable Matter, in Prose and Verse. W. Kent and Company, 1880. 1880 printing. Red cloth covers show quite a bit of wear to the binding and rubbing to the spine and corners. The corners are bumped. Darkening to binding and edges. Scattered foxing to a few pages. The binding is sound. $45.00

23. Browne, Robert. Tune of the Hickory Stick, A Novel. iUniverse, Inc., 2008. 716 pages. Signed by the author. Glossy softbound covers show light wear, but overall very good condition. $19.50

24. Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. Sonnets From the Portuguese. London: Leopold B. Hill, 1910. 91 pages. Full brown leather binding with raised bands and gold-ruled edges. A miniature book by noted miniatures publisher Leopold B. Hill of London. No date of publication listed, but probably 1910's. Light wear to the spine edges and corners. One very small stain at the bottom of the front cover, several small round faint dampstains to the back cover, and a couple of small scuffed spots to the binding. The pages are clean and tightly bound. A beautiful copy in a deluxe leather binding of this miniature book. $125.00

25. Buchan, John. The Thirty-Nine Steps. Folio Society, 2005. Fine condition in the original publisher's slipcase. The slipcase has a few rubbed spots, but is still in near very good condition. $28.50

26. Burton, Richard F. The Book of a Thousand Nights and a Night. Volume 1. Easton Press, 1994. Volume 1 only. Easton Press full leather edition. Near new condition. $27.50

27. Byron, Lord. Poems of George Gordon, Lord Byron. The Easton Press, 1995. 276 pages. Easton Press full leather edition. Near new condition. $94.50

28. Carlson, Leland H. &  A. Peel. Cartwrightiana.  Allen & Unwin, 1951. 268 pages. Some shelf wear to binding. Dust jacket has some wear to the edges. Overall near very good condition, both book and dust jacket. **Check dealer feedback before purchasing.** A few pennies difference in price doesn’t always get you the best deal. We work hard to describe our books accurately and to provide top-notch service and customer support. We mail promptly and have over 20 years experience buying and selling used books. Let us show you our prompt and efficient attention to your order.k $32.50

29. Carlyle, Thomas &  Charles Eliot Norton. Correspondence of Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson 1834 to 1872 Part 1. Kessinger Publishing, LLC, 2004. 384 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. $19.95

30. Cary, Henry Francis. Purgatory and Paradise: Translated from the Original of Dante Alighieri. Henry Altemus, Philadelphia, 1889. 328 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped and rubbed. The back cover has fading and discoloration from water contact, with some reporting to the cloth. The water stains have a slight spillover to the spine. The front cover is unaffected. The final 20 or so pages of text have a small area of rippling at the bottom. The binding is tight and this is still a serviceable copy. $45.00

31. Cavallo, Jo Ann. Boiardo's Orlando Innamorato: An Ethics of Desire. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1993. 206 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. $6.25

32. Cawein, Madison. The White Snake and Other Poems. Translated from the German. Louisville: John P. Morton & company, 1895. Limited to 150 copies, of which 100 were for sale. Maroon cloth covers. Quite a bit of shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to the spine and corners. Some darkening to the edges of the covers and some fading on the back cover. The front hinge is starting to crack, but still holding. The pages are tightly bound.  $100.00

33. Cervantes. Don Quixote de La Mancha. Franklin Library, 1979. 625 pages. Light wear to the corners, else very good condition. Brown leather spine and decorated cloth covers with gold-edged pages. $11.50

34. Ciardi, John. LIVE ANOTHER DAY, Poems by John Ciardi. New York: Twayne Publishers, 1949. 88 pages. Some shelf wear to binding. Dust jacket has some chips to the edges. $14.50

35. Ciardi, John. 39 POEMS. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1959. 86 pages. 1959 first edition. This was the author's personal copy, with his signature and inscription on the first blank endpaper. The inscription reads "John Ciardi, given to me for Christmas by Wm. Sloane".  The book is bound in a custom 3/4 brown leather binding. There is shelf wear to spine edges and some wear to the front and back joints. The corners are rubbed slightly. Marbled paper endpapers. A fine binding and a beautiful copy. This was probably the first, or one of the first, copies of this book, given to the author. $69.50

36. Ciardi, John. IN THE STONEWORKS. New York: Rutgers University Press, 1961. 1st Edition. 83 pages. 1961 first edition. This was the author's personal copy, with his signature and inscription on the first blank endpaper. The inscription reads "John Ciardi, given to me for Christmas by Wm. Sloane".  The book is bound in a custom 3/4 brown leather binding. There is shelf wear to spine edges and some wear to the front and back joints. The corners are rubbed slightly. Marbled paper endpapers. A fine binding and a beautiful copy. This was probably the first, or one of the first, copies of this book, given to the author. $70.00

37. Clark, Lewis Gaylord-editor. Friendships Token; and The Lover's Gift. New Orleans, Louisiana: Alden, Beardsley & Co., 1852. 128 pages. 1854 printing. Small gray cloth covers. Color frontispiece. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Decorated spine has slight dulling to the gold, but is still quite presentable. A clean and tight copy of this beautiful little book. $30.00

38. Clark, Mary Higgins. What's in a Name? A Christmas Story. The Mysterious Bookshop, 2009. Softbound covers in very good condition. $12.00

39. Cobb, Irvin S. Speaking of Operations. New York: George H. Doran, 1915. Signed by the author. Bound in flexible red leather binding with slipcase. Light wear only to the corners. Overall very good condition. The slipcase has wear to the edges and corners. "This is the funniest book ever written about operations" (The Publishers). A most humorous book. $75.00

40. Cochran, Louis. Son of Haman. The Caxton Printers, Ltd, 1937. 330 pages. Some shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has some chips and tears to the edges. $9.50

41. Collier, John. Green Thoughts. William Jackson (Books) Ltd., 1932. Signed limited edition. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $30.00

42. Cook, Thomas H. The Lesson of the Season, A Christmas Story. The Mysterious Bookshop, 2003. Signed by the author. Softbound covers in very good condition. $14.00

43. Cooper, James Fenimore. Correspondence of James Fenimore Cooper, Complete in two (2) volumes. Edited by his grandson James Fenimore Cooper. New Haven, Connecituct: Yale University Press, 1922. Two volume set complete. Red cloth covers show some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. A few discolored spots to the edges of the front covers of both volumes. Both volumes are clean and tightly bound. $55.00

44. Coppard, A.E.. The Man From Kilsheelan. William Jackson Books Ltd, 1930. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Slight discoloration to the blue covers and spine. $25.00

45. Cruikshank, George. Eighty-Two Illustrations on Steel, Stone, and Wood. London: William Tegg, 1870. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges. Some darkening to the edges of the covers. Corners bumped, with cloth rubbed through. Scattered light foxing to some of the pages. Binding is tight. With numerous woodcuts and some steel-engraved illustrations of noted illustrator George Cruikshank, who was for a time Charles Dickens' illustrator. $125.00

46. Curran, Mark J. BORGES AS CONCOMITANT CRITIC. Together with THE JOURNALISTIC PAGE OF THE BRAZILIAN POPULAR POET. Tempe, Arizona: Center for Latin American Studies, 1973. 55 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear. A $22.50

47. Daudet, Alphonse. Sappho. Golden Bough Press, 1930. Signed limited edition, #68 of 750. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Spine and top edge of the covers has slight discoloration and fading. $35.00

48. de Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel. Don Quixote. Easton Press, 1979. Easton Press full leather edition. Slight wear else very good condition. $39.50

49. Defoe, Daniel. The Shakespreare Head Edition of the Novels & Selected Writings of Daniel Defoe. 1974 facimile of the 1928 original edition,14 volumes complete. Shakespeare, 1928. Complete set of 14 volumes. This is the 1974 facsimile reprint of the limited edition of 1928. Blue cloth covers show light wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and bright set in near very good condition overall. Beautiful edition of the workds of Daniel Defoe. $250.00

50. D'Haussonville, Vicomte-translated by Henry M Trollope. The Salon of Madame Necker. Two Volume set. London: Chapman and Hall, 1882. 1882 edition complete in two volumes. Brown cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges. The corners are slightly rubbed and bumped. A clean set in near very good condition. $20.00

51. Dickens, Charles. THE CHILD-WIFE FROM THE DAVID COPPERFIELD OF CHARLES DICKENS. New York: Redfield, 1868. 170 pages. Small cloth bound covers show wear to the spine edges and the corners. The covers are rubbed and faded a bit. Title on spine is dulled and there is some darkening to the spine. The binding is tight. A scarce title in the publisher's "Dickens' Little Folks" series. There is a two-page advertisement page bound after the last text page. This page lists the titles in the Dickens Little Folks series. The verso of this page lists other books published by Redfield. This is a very scarce title. $95.00

52. Don Armando Palacio Valdes & Nathan Haskell Dole. Maximina. Thomas Y Crowell, 1888. 390 pages. Red leather spine and marbled paper over board covers. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped and rubbed through. Page 253-254 was torn away and has been re-taped in to place with archival tape. $20.00

53. Donno, Elisabeth Story (editor). Elizabethan Minor Epics. Columbia University Press, 1967. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket.  $14.25

54. Doughty, Oswald. The Letters of Dante Gabriel Rossetti to His Publisher, F.S. Ellis. London: The Scholartis Press, 1928. Blue hardback covers show some wear to the edges and slight discoloration to the spine. This is one of a limited edition of 560 copies on antique deluxe paper. Minor waviness at the top of the pages, but no water stains or marks. $17.50

55. DuBois, Brendan. The Gift of King Herod. The Mysterious Bookshop, 2013. Softbound covers in very good condition. $9.25

56. Edinburgh Review. The Edinburgh Review, or Critical Journal. Volume 25, June-October, 1815. Edinburgh: Archibald Constable & Company, 1815. 570 pages. This is volume 25 bound, published in 1850. Original half brown leather, with leather spine and corners and paper over board covers. The front cover is nearly detached, and held by a couple of binding cords. There is quite a bit of wear to the edges of the spine, with small chips to the leather. The corners are rubbed through. There is soiling and discoloration to the green paper over board covers. Light dampstaining to the right edges of a few of the pages. The binding is tight. $30.00

57. Ellegard, Alvar. Who was Junius? Greenwood Press, 1979. 159 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $18.95

58. Fisher, Vardis. PASSIONS SPIN THE PLOT. Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Caxton Printers, 1934. 428 pages. First printing. Some shelf wear and slight fading to the covers. The dust jacket has small chips and tears to the edges and a small scar on the front panel from a label removal. $20.00

59. Fisher, Vardis. The Island of the Innocent; a Novel of Greek and Jew in the Time of the Maccabees. Abelard Press, 1952. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has some chips and tears to the edges. $15.00

60. Fontaine, La & Walter Thornbury. The Fables of La Fontaine. Translated into English Verse by Walter Thornbury. With Illustrations by Gustave Dore. New York & London: Cassell, 1887. Mustard-yellow cloth covers with gold-illustrated front cover and spine. There is wear to this line edges and corners, with the corners slightly rubbed through. Some soiling to the edges of the boards and some rubbed and slightly faded spots to the gold decoration on the covers and spine. The binding is tight and the text block is square. Preface page xv-xvi was loose within the book and has been tipped in. It has some tears, creases and chips to the edges and is smaller in size than the other pages due to the damage to the edges. Some pages have fingerprint smudges in the margins or light soiling, but not extensive. The pages are complete. Beautifully illustrated by Gustave Dore, with numerous full-page illustrations, and many smaller illustrations throughout. $200.00

61. Foster, David W. A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE WORKS OF JORGE LUIS BORGES. Tempe, Arizona: Arizona State University, 1971. 39 pages. Large softbound covers. Some wear and browning to edges of the front cover. $33.00

62. Fra Elbertus [Elbert Hubbard]. A Message to Garcia and Thirteen Other Things. The Roycrofters, 1901. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped.  $22.75

63. Franklin, Barclay. The Bride Price. iUniverse, Inc., 2004. 274 pages. Softbound. Some wear to edges. **Check dealer feedback before purchasing.** A few pennies difference in price doesn’t always get you the best deal. We work hard to describe our books accurately and to provide top-notch service and customer support. We mail promptly and have over 20 years experience buying and selling used books. Let us show you our prompt and efficient attention to your order. $11.75

64. Galsworthy, John (1867-1933). On Forsyte Change. New York : Charles Scribner's Sons, 1930. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small chips and tears to the edges. $14.50

65. GASKELL, Elizabeth. North and South. Introduced by Jenny Uglow. Illustrated by Alexy Pendle. London: Folio Society, 2003. 436 pages. Pattern-decorated binding in near fine condition. The publisher's slipcase shows light wear, but is still in very good condition. $36.00

66. Gentili, Augusto. Le storie di Carpaccio: Venezia, i turchi, gli ebrei.   (Italian Edition) Marsilio, 1996. 212 pages. Glossy softbound covers. Slight wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tight copy. $29.50

67. Granville-Baker, Harley. Preface to Shakespeare. Volume 1.  Hamlet, King Lear, The Merchant of Venice, Antony & Cleopatra, and Cymbeline. Batsford, 1968. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small tears and chips. Light soiling to the jacket. $12.50

68. Granville-Barker, Harley. Prefaces to Shakespeare: Othello, Coriolanus, Romeo & Juliet, Julius Caesar, Love's Labour's Lost. Princeton :  Princeton University Press 1951, 1951. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small chips and tears. $6.00

69. Greenway, John L. The Golden Horns: Mythic Imagination and the Nordic Past. Univ of Georgia Pr, 1977. 232 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has slight edge-wear. **Check dealer feedback before purchasing.** A few pennies difference in price doesn't always get you the best deal. We work hard to describe our books accurately and to provide top-notch service and customer support. We mail promptly and have over 25 years experience buying and selling used books. Let us show you our prompt and efficient attention to your order. $7.75

70. H & Henry Cabot Lodge. Ballads And Lyrics Selected By Henry Cabot Lodge. Houghton Mifflin and Company, 1890. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners rubbed through. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. With numerous illustrations. Nice decorated binding. $29.50

71. Habberton, John. SOME FOLKS. New York & San Francisco: Derby Brothers, 1877. 502 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Pictorial binding. Bbinding. Corners slightly bumped. $17.50

72. Hauck, Louise Platt. Anne Marries Again. The Penn Publishing Company, 1930. 294 pages. Some light shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The dust jacket has small tears and chips to the edges, but is still very well preserved. $13.50

73. Hauck, Louise Platt. Sylvia. Grosset & Dunlap, 1931. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Dust jacket has small tears and chips to the edges. Overall a nice copy, both book and dust jacket. $33.00

74. Hauck, Louise Platt. Rainbow Glory. The Penn publishing company, 1935. 305 pages. Some shelf wear to the edges of the binding. The dust jacket has some wear to the edges and fading to the spine, but is still presentable. $10.00

75. Hawkesworth, John. The Adventures of Telemachus,  The Son of Ulysses. Volume` 2 only. London: R. Bladon & T. Lawes, 1777. 1777 printing. This is volume 2 only. Full Brown leather binding shows quite a bit of wear to the spine edges and corners. The front hinge is starting to split, but held in place by the binding cords. There is some chipping and rubbing to the spine leather at the edges of the spine. The corners are bumped and rubbed through. There are some discolored rubbed spots to the covers. Scattered foxing to the text pages. The binding is tight. $55.00

76. Hay, John. Oedipus Tyrannus: Lame Knowledge and the Homosporic Womb. University Press of America, 1978. Signed by the author on the title page. There is also a letter from the author to a colleague and former owner of the book, explaining that it is a complementary copy. Yellow softbound covers show light wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $35.00

77. Hazlitt, William & Frank Martin Illus. William Hazlitt  Essays. Folio Society, 1964. Very good condition in very good slipcase. $27.95

78. Healey, Jeremiah. The Holiday Ferry, a Christmas Story. New York: The Mysterious Bookshop, 1998. 18 pages. Signed by the author. Green paper covers with stapled binding. Very good condition. $15.00

79. Heer, Nicholas L.. The Precious Pearl:   Al-Jami's Al-Durrah Al-Fakhirah. State Univ of New York Pr, 1979. 237 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. $27.95

80. Heller, Joseph & Neil Packer. Catch-22. Folio Society, 2004. 438 pages. Folio Society edition in slipcase. Fine condition, both book and slipcase. $48.00

81. Hellman, Robert. Fabliaux: Ribald Tales from the Old French. Greenwood Pub Group, 1976. 196 pages. Blue hardback covers show light wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tight copy. No underlining to the text. A very scarce title. $255.00

82. Hemingway, Ernest. For Whom the Bell Tolls. The First Edition Library, 1986. Book in very good condition. The dust jacket has slight edge-wear. Slipcase is in very good condition. This is an exact facsimile of the first edition of this classic literary work. $20.00

83. Holmes, Rupert. The Long Winter's Nap, A Christmas Story. the mysterious bookshop, 2005. Softbound covers in very good condition. $14.00

84. Homer. The Iliad of Homer. Easton Press, 1979. Easton Press full leather edition. Near new condition. $27.75

85. Jack, London. White Fang. Easton Press, 2007. Easton press full red leather binding fine condition. $48.00

86. Johnson, Frank. THE VILLAGE OF MERROW; ITS PAST AND PRESENT. Montreal: Lovell, 1876. 208 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine and corners. Some soiled spots and slight discoloration to the covers. $28.00

87. Jones, Dave and William Kent. The Philistine Traveler. A Slideopera. #1. Volume 1 only. Philistine Press, 1954. $100.00

88. Jose Ortega y Gasset & Helene Weyl. The Dehumanization of Art and Notes on the Novel. Princeton University Press, 1948. 103 pages. Slight shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Some scattered underlining to the text. The dust jacket is browned around the edges and has a few chips and tears to the spine. $9.00

89. Junzaburo, Nishiwaki & Hosea Hirata. The Poetry and Poetics of Nishiwaki Junzaburo. Princeton University Press, 1993. 272 pages. Very good condition, both book and dust jacket. $8.50

90. Kempis, Thomas A. & Decorated by Valenti Angelo & Richard Whitford. The Imitation of Christ. As Written by Thomas A. Kempis & Translated by Richard Whitford. Peter Pauper Press, 1913. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Slipcase has wear to the edges and corners. $22.50

91. Kipling, Rudyard. The Jungle Books.  The Easton Press, 1980. Easton Press full leather edition. Near new condition. $24.50

92. Knight, W. F. Jackson. Accentual Symmetry in Vergil. Basil Blackwell, 1950. 107 pages. Shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has a few small tears and chips to the edges. $13.95

93. Lachtman, Howard. Sherlock Slept Here: Being a Brief History of the Singular Adventures of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in America. Capra Press, 1985. 174 pages. Softbound covers show some wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tightly bound copy. $6.00

94. Lehmann-Haupt, Hellmut. The Terrible Gustave Dore. The Marchbanks Press, 1943. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Slight discoloration to the covers. $6.50

95. Levitt, Morton. The Cretan Glance: The World and Art of Nikos Kazantzakis. Ohio State Univ Pr (Txt), 1980. 178 pages. Very good condition in lightly edge-worn dust jacket. $17.50

96. Lewis, C.S. Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Literature. Collected by Walter Hooper. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1966. 195 pages. Some shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Cormer owner's bookplate affixed to the front blank endpaper. $24.95

97. Lippincott, Grambo & Company. THE STORY OF LA PEYROUSE. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1854. 282 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $45.00

98. London, Jack. Brown Wolf and Other Jack London Stories. New York: MacMillan, 1920, 1920. Green cloth covers show quite a bit of shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. The corners are bumped. Slight fraying to the cloth at the edges of the spine. Some soiling to the covers. The binding is tight. A scarce title. $35.00

99. Longfellow , Henry Wadsworth. Poems of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. . The Easton Press, 1995. Easton Press full leather edition. Near new condition. $29.50

100. Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. Evangeline. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1893. 181 pages. 1893 printing. Beautiful dark green cloth covers with gold-decorated borders and all page edges gilt. This copy has the rare original plain white paper dust jacket and is housed in the original publisher's box. The dust jacket has a few foxed spots, but has been protected in the box for its lifetime. The box has quite a bit of wear, with a couple of split edges and soiling and some peeling of the paper covering the boards. A rare and early dust jacket. $90.00

101. Lord Byron. Love Poems of Lord Byron. Fine binding by Sangorski and Sutcliffe of London. London: Arthur L. Humphreys, 1913. Full green leather binding with gold-ruled bands. Slight discoloration to the spine and light wear to the corners. A fine leather binding by Sangorski and Sutcliffe of London. $75.00

102. Lowndes, William Thomas. Bibliographer's Manual of English Literature, an Account of Rare, Currious. Complete set of four volumes. London: William Pickering, 1834. 1834 edition, complete in four volumes. All volumes are in the original binding, with brown half leather spine and corners and marbled paper boards, paste-downs and endpapers. The leather spine show wear to the edges, with small chips to the edges of a couple of volumes. There is rubbing and some fading and discoloration to spines. The board edges and corners show some wear. The pages are all tight and the text blocks are square and tightly bound. The pages are clean and white and remarkably free from foxing. A beautiful set of this important early English bibliographical work. $125.00

103. Macauley, Ward. CHEAP TURKEY. New York: Duffield, 1915. Shelf wear, else near VG in dust jacket with chips & tears to edges. Dust jacket also has some soiling. $7.50

104. Malone, Michael. Christmas Spirit, A Christmas Story. The Mysterious Bookshop, 2002. Softbound covers in very good condition. $15.00

105. Manfred, Frederick & Duane Noblett. Winter Count: Poems 1934-1965. James D. Thueson, 1966. 78 pages. Signed by the author. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. $24.50

106. Mark, Twain. The Celebrated Jumping Frog Of Calaveras County And Other Sketches. West Virginia Pulp and Paper, 1959. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. Corners slightly rubbed. The top of the spine has a rubbed spot. This is a facsimile of the first edition of Mark Twain's first book. $9.95

107. Martineau, Russell; Goldziher, Ignaz. Mythology Among the Hebrews and Its Historical Development. Cooper Square Publishers, 1967. 1967 Cooper Square reprint edition. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped.  $45.00

108. McCrae, John and G.K. Chesterton. In Flanders Fields and Other Poems. Thomas Y. Crowell Company, New York, 1918. 1918 printing. Tan covers with illustration pasted onto the front cover. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Some soiling to the binding. The pages are tight and clean. $25.00

109. Merivale, Patricia. Pan the Goat-God: His Myth in Modern Times. Harvard University Press, 1969. 286 pages. Very good condition in lightly edge-worn dust jacket. $48.00

110. Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra [Rodolfo Schevill y Adolfo Bonilla]. Persiles Y Sigismunda, Books I and II. Madrid, Spain: Bernardo Rodriguez, 1914. Two volume set of Parts I and II complete. Text is in Spanish. Paper covers show some wear to the edges and a few small chips to the spine. The bindings are square and tight and the pages are clean. Some of the pages are uncut. $35.00

111. Milton, John &  Gustave Dore. Paradise Lost. Illustrated By Gustave Dore. Altemus Edition. Philadelphia: Henry Altemus Company, 1900. 319 pages. Circa 1900 Altemus edition printing. Original pictorial illustrated green cloth bindings in beautiful condition. Some shelf wear to the spine edges. The corners are lightly rubbed. The illustrations on the front cover is clean and bright. A few small scuffs to the back cover and the gold decoration on the spine is slightly dulled. The hinges are sound and the text block is square and clean with pages tightly bound. This copy definitely fits the near very good category, which is very unusual for a book of this time period. Beautifully illustrated throughout by Gustave Dore. $120.00

112. Mitchell, Margaret. Gone With the Wind. Macmillan, 1947. 1947 edition. Red cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. There is some flaking way of the cloth. The edge of the spine to a small area. The dust jacket has chips   to the edges of the spine and a few small chips and other places. Nice, presentable. Illustrated dust jacket. $15.00

113. Moorman, Charles. A Knyght There Was: The Evolution of the Knight in Literature. University of Kentucky Press, 1967. 170 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG. $5.95

114. Nealy, Sid H. IN THE TRAIL OF THE PACK-MULE. New York: F. Tennyson Neely, 1902. 261 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Some soiling to the front covers. $33.00

115. Njal. Bayerschmidt, Carl F., & Hollander, Lee M. Njal's Saga: Translated from the Old Icelandic with Introduction and Notes By Carl F. Bayerschmidt and Lee M. Hollander. Twayne Publishers, Inc., 1955. 388 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket.  $9.75

116. Oates, Carol Joyce. You Must Remember This. Franklin Library signed first edition society hardback. Franklin Library signed first edition, 1987. This is the Franklin Library signed edition. Full green leather binding. Near fine condition. $22.50

117. Pagan Publishing Company (Hart Crane). A Pagan Anthology: Composed of Poems by Contributors to the Pagan Magazine. New York: Pagan Publishing Company, 1918. 92 pages. Rust-orange cloth spine and blue paper-over-boards covers with white paper label affixed to the front cover. There is shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners, with the corners slightly rubbed through and bumped. There are damp stains around the edges of the front cover and extending to many of the text pages, which appear browned and darker around the extreme edges. The binding is tight. This anthology marks the first book appearance for American poet and literary figure Hart Crane. His two poems entitled "October-November", and "Fear" appear in this volume. $35.00

118. Palsson, Hermann; Edwards, Paul. Gautrek's Saga and Other Medieval Tales. New York University Press, 1968. Green cloth covers in very good condition. A clean and tight copy. $13.50

119. Parke, H. W.. The Oracles of Zeus: Dodona, Olympia, Ammon. Harvard University Press, 1967. 294 pages. Shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has one small tear to the top edge of the front panel. $37.50

120. Parry, Joseph Hyrum-editor. Parry's Monthly Magazine. Volume 3. J. H. Parry & Company, 1887. This is volume III complete in 12 issues. Bound in black half leather, with leather spine and corners and pebbled black cloth boards. Shelf wear to rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The corners are rubbed through. A few scuffs and small peeled spots to the leather. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. $45.00

121. Pasternak, Boris & Francis Golden. Doctor Zhivago. The Franklin Library, 1978. 17 pages. Full red leather Franklin Library edition. Fine condition. $25.00

122. Paterson, A.D.-editor. THE ANGLO AMERICAN, A JOURNAL OF LITERATURE, NEWS, POLITICS, THE DRAMA, FINE ARTS, ETC. Volume IV (4)-1844-5. New York: E.L. Garvin & Company, 1845. 620 pages. Bound in brown half-leather with marbled paper over board covers. The leather spine is worn at the edges and the leather corners are rubbed through. . There are some scuffs and rubbed spots to the covers. Some scuffing to the black leather spine labels, but they are still gilt and legible.   This is volume 4 of this periodical. There are many interesting articles included dealing with American and world history events of the day. $75.00

123. Patrick, Julian-editor. 501 Great Writers. Easton Press, 2009. Easton press full blue leather binding. Former owner's Easton bookplate affixed to the inside of the front cover, else near fine condition. A scarce Easton title. $125.00

124. Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart. Jonathan and David. Harper & Brothers, 1909. 3 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Dust jacket has some soiling, a crease across the bottom of the front panel, and some chips and tears to the edges. A scarce and early dust jacket.   $20.00

125. Plutarch. The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans: Compared Together by That Grave, Learned Philosopher and Historiographer Plutarch. Set of 2 volumes. Heritage Press, 1941. Two volume set in slipcase. Light wear to the bindings. There is a small split to the cloth at the top of the spine on both bindings. The slipcase has wear and rubbing to the edges and a few chips to the paper. $45.00

126. Plutarch,. PLUTARCH'S LIVES. Volumes 1, 2, and 3. Complete set. Dryden's edition, Revised. London & New York: J.M. Dent & E.P. Dutton, 1948. This is the three volume set. Some shelf wear to binding. Dust jackets have wear to the edges. Everyman's Library edition. $27.95

127. Powys, Theodore Francis. THE KEY OF THE FIELD. With a Woodcut by R. A. Garnett and a Foreword by Sylvia Townsend Warner. Being No. I of the Furnival Books. William Jackson (Books) Ltd., 1930. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Spine faded. $35.00

128. Puotinen, Heino A. "Hap". Bull Fight in the Sauna and Other Finnish Dialect Verses. No Publisher, 1970. Softbound covers. There is some wear to the edges of the covers and some discoloration and light soiling. $9.00

129. Rein, David & Vardis Fisher. Vardis Fisher: Challenge to Evasion. Normandie House, 1938. 63 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $8.00

130. Remarque, Erich Maria. All Quiet On The Western Front. Folio Society, 1967. New condition in slipcase. Still in the original publisher's shrinkwrap. $14.50

131. Roberts, S.C. Holmes and Watson: A Miscellany. Oxford, 1953. 137 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Spine slightly cocked. $25.00

132. Roscoe, Thomas (Jonathan Swift). The Poetical Works of Jonathan Swift: With Copious Notes and Additions, and a Memoir of the Author. Complete set of six (6) volumes. New York: P. O'Shea Publisher, 1865. Complete set of six volumes bound in original forest dark green cloth bindings. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. There are a few stained spots to a couple of the covers. A couple of volumes have dampstaining to the lower right corners of the pages. Bindings are tight. $100.00

133. Rostand, Edmond. Cyrano De Bergerac - Collector's Edition, The 100 Greatest Books Ever Written. Easton Press, 2004. New condition, still in the original publisher's shrink wrap. $31.00

134. Saki & A.N. Wilson & Roger Fereday. The Best of Saki. Folio Society, 2007. 272 pages. New condition, still in the original publisher's shrink wrap. $15.00

135. Sangorski & Sutcliffe. The Ariel Poems. Numbers 1-8 bound. London: Sangorski & Sutcliffe, 1927. Full green leather binding, with raised leather bands and red leather label on the spine. Slight color fading to the cover of the leather on the spine and light wear to the corners and the edges of the spine. This is numbers 1-8 bound of "The Ariel Poems" bound in a beautiful full leather fine binding by Sangorski and Sutcliffe of London.  $150.00

136. Saunders, Marshall. Beautiful Joe's Paradise. L.C. Page and Co., 1906. 365 pages. 1906 printingt. Red cloth covers. Heavy wear to the spine edges and corners, with corners bumped. The spine is faded and rubbed and there are a few discolored spots on the binding. $32.50

137. Schiller, Frederick. The Works of Frederick Schiller. Complete set in four (4) volumes. John D. Williams, 1884. Complete set of four volumes. Green pattern-stamped decorated cloth covers. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners are bumped  and some of the corners are starting to rub through. A few small areas and discoloration to a couple of the bindings, The front hinge of volume 3 has been repaired nicely with archival glue. There is a very small gouge to the edge of the front cover on volume 2. Overall this is an attractive set, with square text blocks and clean and tightly bound pages. $80.00

138. Seltzer, Thomas-editor. Best Russian Short Stories. Carlton House, 1925. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. D Dust jacket has small chips and tears. $7.50

139. Shakespeare, William. Henry V; With the Famous Temple Notes and Comment. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1909. 187 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. $24.00

140. Shipp, Ellis Reynolds. Life Lines. Salt Lake City: Skelton Publishing, 1910. Pictorial white cloth covers. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped.  Some soiling to the covers. $13.50

141. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to the spine and corners. Some soiling on the covers.. The Stars, The World, And The Women  Chiswick Press for William Jackson, 1930. 53 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to the spine and corners. A few discolored spots to the front cover. $15.00

142. South Bend Iron Works. An Arkansaw Mule [and] A Pot of Gold. Gies & Co., Printers, 1891. Color illustrated softbound covers show light wear and light soiling. Pages 22-24 are loose withing the booklet, but all pages are present. Scarce. $22.50

143. Soviet Writers. A Handful of Stars. Stories by Soviet Writers. Raduga Publishers, 1983. 162 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped.  $21.50

144. Stanford, W.B. Greek Tragedy and the Emotions. An Introductory Study. Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1984. 200 pages. Very good condition, both book and dust jacket. $28.50

145. Starr, Jason. Black Christmas. The Mysterious Bookshop, 2011. White softbound covers with stapled binding. Very good condition. $11.50

146. Starrett, Vincent. Autolycus in Limbo. E.P. Dutton, 1943. Signed first edition. Slight wear with some color fading to the edges. Dust jacket has wear, a few small chips, and darkened edges and spine. $45.00

147. Stendhal. Maxims of Love. The Royal Library Belle Lettres Series Arthur L. Humphreys, 1906. 201 pages. Full red leather binding with raised bands. Some wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. One corner rubbed through the surface leather. A few other rubbed spots to the edges of the spine and joints. This is a fine binding by Baynton of Bath, England. $100.00

148. Stevenson, Robert Louis. Island Nights' Entertainments: Consisting of The Beach of Falesa: The Bottle Imp: The Isle of Voices. Cassell & Co., 1893. 1893 first edition. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. The binding is tight. $35.00

149. Strauss, Walter. Descent and Return: The Orphic Theme in Modern Literature. Harvard University Press, 1971. 295 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. $29.50

150. Strong, L.A.G. The Big Man.  William Jackson / Joiner & Steele, 1931. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Some discoloration and color fading to the edges of the covers. $14.00

151. Sumner, William Graham. The Forgotten Man And Other Essays. New Haven, Connecituct: Yale University Press, 1918. 559 pages. Red cloth covers. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The spine is slightly faded in color. A clean and tightly bound copy. $21.50

152. Symons, Arthur. Lyrics. Mosher, 1907. Limited to 950 copies. Slight wear to the edges. Some fading to the spine. $7.50

153. Tarkington, Booth. Seventeen. Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, 1916. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Scarce dust jacket has small chips and tears to the edges and spine and some soiling. $18.00

154. Tate, Paul & Richard Turner. The Aziatic Hotel, a Novel. Latitudes, 1988. Softbound covers show some wear to the edges. $7.50

155. Tennyson, Alfred & Robert Browning. SONGS FOR ALL SEASONS. Bound together with LYRICS OF LIFE, by Robert Browning. Boston: Ticknor & Fields, 1865. 185 pages. Both titles bound together beautifully in full black leather, with title in gold on spine and gold- decorated borders on the front and back covers. There is some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. A few small scuffs to the leather on the spine. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. Very scarce in full leather. $75.00

156. Tennyson, Alfred Lord. Idylls of the King. Illustrated By Gustav Dore. Henry Altemus, 1889. 1889 printing. This copy has been entirely rebound in Brown buckram. The original cloth of the illustrated front cover is glued over the new front cover. The bottom corner of the rebinding is bumped. A few small rubbed spots to the spine. Illustrated by Gustave Dore. The full-page illustrations throughout are beautifully printed in this book. The plates do have uniform dampstaining to the bottom 25% or so of each illustration. $125.00

157. Thomas B. Mosher. The Story of Ida. Epitaph of an Etrurian Tomb. Portland, Maine: Thomas B. Mosher, 1899. 75 pages. Full blue leather binding with raised bands on the spine. Fine condition, with not a mark or evidence of wear on the covers. Beautiful fine binding by publisher Thomas B. Mosher. This is one in the limited first edition of 925 copies. $100.00

158. Thoreau, Henry David. WALDEN OR LIFE IN THE WOODS. Norwalk, Connecticut: Easton Press, 1981. 335 pages. Bound in full brown leather with raised band and all edges gilt. Rn fine condition. $21.75

159. Tigler, Guido. Il portale maggiore di San Marco a Venezia: Aspetti iconografici e stilistici dei rilievi duecenteschi. (Italian Edition) Istituto veneto di scienze, lettere ed arti, 1995. 579 pages. Softbound covers show some wear to the spine edges and the edges of the covers. Overall a clean and tight copy in near very good condition. $37.50

160. Tornabuoni, Lucrezia; Salvadori, Patrizia. Lettere. Firenze, Italy: Leo S. Olschki, 1993. 214 pages. Softcover binding. The top right corner has a small bump, but otherwise very good condition. A clean and tight copy. $40.00

161. Tourgee, Albion W. John Eax and Mamelon: Or the South Without the Shadow. Fords, Howard, & Hulbert, 1882. 300 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. Pictorial yellow cloth covers. Slight darkening and light soiling to the covers. $7.50

162. Tourgee, Albion Winegar. Figs and Thistles: A Romance of the Western Reserve. Fords, Howard & Hulbert, 1879. 538 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped and rubbed through. Some soiling to covers. $8.95

163. Tuckerman, Frederick Goddard & N. Scott Momaday & Yvor Winters. The Complete Poems of Frederick Goddard Tuckerman. Oxford University Press, 1965. 217 pages. Slight wear and a smal discoloration to the cloth covers. The dust jacket has a slight bitter discoloration of the spine and a couple of small tears to the top of the front panel. $38.00

164. Verne, Jules. A Floating City, and The Blockade Runners. New York: Scribner, Armstrong, & Company, 1874. 286 pages. 1874 first edition. Original pictorial illustrated maroon cloth covers. There is shelf wear to the spine edges and corners, with the corners bumped and rubbed through. A few discolored and faded spots to the edges of the front and back cover. The extreme bottom of the spine has a very small strip of the cloth missing. The front hinge has some buckling of the paper between the paste-down and the front blank endpaper. A few small foxed spots to a few text pages, but overall the binding is tight and the pages are clean. A very nice copy of the first edition from this pioneering science fiction writer. $300.00

165. Vinge, Joan D. The Snow Queen. Easton Press, 1990. Easton Press full leather edition. Near new condition. $88.00

166. Whicher, G.F. Goliard Poets: Mediaeval Latin Songs and Satires. Greenwood Press, 1979. 303 pages. Light wear else very good condition. A clean and tight copy in beautiful condition. $85.00

167. Whigham, Peter & Peter Jay. The Poems of Meleager. Univ of California Pr, 1976. Light blue hardback cloth covers. A near fine copy. $29.50

168. Wilhelm, Richard. Confucius and Confucianism. Associated Faculty Pr Inc, 1970. 181 pages. Blue cloth covers show some wear to the spine edges and corners. College ex-library label on the front cover and ink stamp inside the front cover. A clean and tight copy, with no underlining to the pages. $9.50

169. Williams, Tennessee. Cat On A Hot Tin Roof. New Directions, 1955. 197 pages. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has some tears and chips. The inside flap of the dust jacket identifies this as a second printing. $11.50

170. Willis, James. Latin Textual Criticism. Urbana, Illinois: University of Illinois Press, 1972. 237 pages. Blue cloth covers show light wear, but overall very good condition. $93.50

171. Wodehouse, P.G. P.G. WODEHOUSE SHORT STORIES. 371: The Folio Society, 1989. 371 pages. VG in lightly worn slipcase. $20.00

172. Wright, Harold Bell. WHEN A MAN'S A MAN. Book Supply Company, 1916. Some shelf wear to the spine edges. A small faded spot to the to of the spine. The dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges and some soiling, but is still presentable. $20.00

173. Wyndham, John. The Day of the Triffids. Easton Press, 2004. Easton Press full grey leather binding with gold-decorated and raised bands on the spine. Hear fine condition. $45.00

174. Yonge, Charlotte. P's and Q's and Little Lucys Wonderful Globe. London: Macmillan & Company , Ltd., 1899. 288 pages. Blue cloth covers with pictorial illustrated front cover and spine. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. There is a small tear to the cloth at the top of the headcap. A few rubbed spots on the spine. The binding is tight and the pages are clean $17.50

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