Authors starting with C from ReadInk


Bookseller inventory : ReadInk (authors starting with C) [X]  Bookseller : ReadInk [X]
Results 1 - 20 of 305
Sort by:

Tools

Add to my want list
E-mail search
Link to search
Listing Members
New search

Search within these results


More search options

Narrow your search

Filter by condition:
VG or better (260)
Fine or New (9)

Filter by binding:
Hardcover (242)
Paperback (44)

Filter by attribute:
First editions (223)
With dust jacket (30)
Signed (45)
With photos (303)

Filter by country:
United States (305)
1) For This My Mother Wrapped Me Warm
Caesar, Eunice Lee
  For This My Mother Wrapped Me Warm
New York: D. Appleton-Century Company, Inc.. Very Good in Good dj. (c.1947). First Edition. Hardcover. (price-clipped) [wear to and bumping to bottom corners (exposing board at one corner), inked date on front pastedown, ffep top corner clipped; jacket has a bit of paper loss at top corners and top of spine, a few small closed tears, spotting/soiling to rear panel]. Novel about a woman torn between the two men she loves. She's engaged to "the wellbred, refined Mark Richards," but " ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$25.00
2) Mark of the Hunter [*SIGNED*]
Caesar, Gene
  Mark of the Hunter [*SIGNED*]
New York: William Sloane Associates. Near Fine in Very Good+ dj. (c.1953). First Edition. Hardcover. (price-clipped) [solid clean copy, mild shelfwear, publisher's sticker on ffep indicating this to be a "specially autographed edition"; jacket moderately edgeworn, a few small tears, faint dampstain along left edge of front flap, nothing too serious]. SIGNED by the author on the half-title page. "This dynamic, contemporary novel is set against the natural background of Northern Michig ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$85.00
3) Vaudeville
Caffin, Caroline (the book), and Marius de Zayas (the pictures)
  Vaudeville
New York: Mitchell Kennerley. Very Good. 1914. First Edition. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [good sound copy, moderate wear to extremities, hinges and binding fully intact, gilt lettering still bright on spine and front cover; top edge gilt]. (caricature sketches) A survey of the vaudeville scene of the day, with discussions and caricature sketches of nearly fifty leading performers. Many legendary names are included -- Harry Lauder, Nora Bayes, Ruth St. Denis, Vernon and Irene Castle, Elsie Janis, Hou ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$300.00
4) [James Cagney]: The American Film Institute [2nd Annual] Award for Life Achievement in Motion Pictures and Television 1974
{Cagney, James} [The American Film Institute]
 
[Washington DC]: The American Film Institute. Good. [1974]. First Edition. Stapled wraps. NOISBN . [a somewhat beat-up copy, clean inside and out but with numerous small creases/bends/dents in covers]. (B&W photographs) Tribute book for the AFI's second annual award, the first presented to an actor. Includes two short articles, "The Unforgettable Young Man" by Joan Blondell, and "James Cagney: A Few Thoughts on the Next 2 Billion Years" by Ray Bradbury; plus numerous commen ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$40.00
5) Past All Dishonor
Cain, James M.
  Past All Dishonor
New York: Alfred A. Knopf. Very Good in Good dj. 1946. First Edition. Hardcover. (price-clipped) [moderately worn book, some dust-soiling to top of text block; jacket is edgeworn, minor paper loss at spine ends and most corners]. "This book deals with the West of the silver boom," per the author's note in the front of the book, which represented Cain's first serious effort in the realm of historical fiction. .

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$15.00
6) The Butterfly
Cain, James M.
  The Butterfly
New York: Alfred A. Knopf. Near Fine. 1947. First Edition. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [a nice clean copy with only minimal handling wear, one-time owner's name and address written on front pastedown]. Good hard-boiled Cain stuff: "It is the story of a farmer, and of the daughter who came back to him years after he had almost forgotten her, and of the wife who had deserted him, and of the man who had stolen his wife. It is, inevitably, swiftly paced, suffused with passion, knife-like in its ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$12.00
7) The Postman Always Rings Twice (Armed Services Edition, Q-2) [*SIGNED*]
Cain, James M.
  The Postman Always Rings Twice (Armed Services Edition, Q-2) [*SIGNED*]
(n.p.): Editions for the Armed Services, Inc.. Very Good. (c.1934). First Edition Thus. Stapled wraps. [moderately worn copy, slght fading along spine, short diagonal crease at bottom corner of front cover; internally quite clean, with typical signs of aging to cheap paper]. An outstanding association copy of Cain's most famous novel, INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the title page -- an amusing inscription to film producer and fellow screenwriter Carey Wilson which reads: "To Cary [sic] ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$6,500.00
8) Death Valley: A Guide
Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration of Northern California
  Death Valley: A Guide
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. Very Good in Fair dj. (c.1939). First Edition. Hardcover. [book is moderately shelfworn, has a library-type pocket on front pastedown (with one-time owner's address label affixed), the same owner's signature on the copyright page, and a small envelope glued to the rear pastedown (see notes for content); the fold-out map affixed to rear endpaper is present and in excellent condition; jacket is heavily chipped along top edge, partially split along spine, a little ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$50.00
9) San Francisco: The Bay and Its Cities
Workers of the Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in Northern California
  San Francisco: The Bay and Its Cities
New York: Hastings House. Very Good+. 1947. Revised 2nd Edition. Hardcover. (gray cloth; no dust jacket) [good sound copy, minor shelfwear, one-time owner's name at top of ffep, a list of 18 notable Bay Area names written in ink on a rear endpaper; there is also a thin line of some kind of schmutz stuck to the rear cover, apparently the residue of something that was once stuck to the book]. (American Guide Series) Series (B&W photographs, maps) A thoroughgoing historical/cultural/geographical ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$20.00
10) Wife Wanted; an unusual human story [*SIGNED*]
Callahan, Robert E.
  Wife Wanted; an unusual human story [*SIGNED*]
New York: Authors Press. Fair. 1940. 3rd printing. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [worn but intact copy, slight fading to spine cloth, bumping to all corners, fraying to cloth and some exposure of boards at bottom edge, several small gouges in rear cover, small bookseller's rubber stamp inside, one-time owner's name at top of title page]. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the title page: "To Marie Vasgard / with good luck wishes / Robert E. Callahan / 1947." As nearly as I can make ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$35.00
11) Film Quarterly (Spring 1982) [cover: Les Blank's ALWAYS FOR PLEASURE]
Callenbach, Ernest, ed.
  Film Quarterly (Spring 1982) [cover: Les Blank's ALWAYS FOR PLEASURE]
Berkeley: University of California Press. Fine. 1982. (Vol. XXXV, No. 3). Periodical. [pristine copy, with no discernible wear]. (B&W photographs) In this issue: an interview with the great cinematographer Vittorio Storaro; a long analysis of Abel Gance's NAPOLEON; an examination of the work of documentary filmmaker Les Blank; an examination of the relationship of filmmaker Stan Brakhage's work to that of postmodernist poet Charles Olson. Also reviews of contemporary films: REDS; MONTENEGR ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$15.00
12) Film Quarterly (Winter 1981-1982) [cover: Hanna Schygulla in Fassbinder's LILI MARLEEN]
Callenbach, Ernest, ed.
  Film Quarterly (Winter 1981-1982) [cover: Hanna Schygulla in Fassbinder's  LILI MARLEEN]
Berkeley: University of California Press. Very Good+. 1981-1982. (Vol. XXXV, No. 2). Periodical. [upper section of front cover a little wrinkled, light external surface wear]. (B&W photographs) Article in this issue: "A Musical Comedy of Empire" by Brian Henderson, an analysis of of "imperialist machinations" underlying the Astaire-Rogers musical FLYING DOWN TO RIO (1933); "Le Nouveau Godard" by Peter Harcourt, an exploration of the director's SAUVE QUI PEUT (LA V ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$15.00
13) Film Quarterly (Summer 1982) [cover: István Szabó's CONFIDENCE]
Callenbach, Ernest, ed.
  Film Quarterly (Summer 1982) [cover: István Szabó's CONFIDENCE]
Berkeley: University of California Press. Near Fine. 1982. (Vol. XXXV, No. 4). Periodical. [minor wear to front cover]. (B&W photographs) The primary feature of this issue is their annual round-up of the year's film books, with reviews or informative annotations on almost 100 books. Also in this issue: an interview with the renowned Hungarian filmmaker István Szabó; two articles, "Power and Dis-Integration in the Films of Orson Welles" by Beverle Houston, and "Har ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$15.00
14) Film Quarterly (Fall 1968) [cover: 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY]
Callenbach, Ernest, ed.
  Film Quarterly (Fall 1968) [cover: 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY]
Berkeley: University of California Press. Near Fine. 1968. (Vol. XXII, No. 1). Magazine. [light handling wear only, a nice clean copy]. (B&W photographs) In this issue (the Tenth Anniversary Issue): "Looking Back," an article by editor Callenbach reflecting on the development of film culture since the magazine's founding; "Harlequin's Stick, Charlie's Cane," a long article by David Madden exploring the relationship between slapstick movie comedy and the commedia dell ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$15.00
15) Film Quarterly (Summer 1962) [cover: drawing for OF STARS AND MEN]
Callenbach, Ernest, ed.
  Film Quarterly (Summer 1962) [cover: drawing for OF STARS AND MEN]
Berkeley: University of California Press. Very Good. 1962. (Vol. XV, No. 4). Magazine. [moderate edgewear to covers, mostly along spine]. (B&W photographs) Highlights of this issue: an interview with Harold Lloyd; a long article by Pauline Kael, consisting of "remarks on movie critics and some recent movies," most notably Jack Clayton's THE INNOCENTS, but also taking in A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE and WEST SIDE STORY (which is also reviewed separately in this issue by Albert Johnson), amo ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$20.00
16) Film Quarterly (Fall 1982) [cover: Bob Hoskins in THE LONG GOOD FRIDAY]
(Callenbach, Ernest, ed.)
  Film Quarterly (Fall 1982) [cover: Bob Hoskins in THE LONG GOOD FRIDAY]
Berkeley: University of California Press. Near Fine. 1982. (Vol. XXXVI, No. 1). Periodical. [nice clean copy, minimal handling wear]. (B&W photographs) This issue includes interviews with Hector Babenco (with special attention to his film PIXOTE) and Emile de Antonio (the latter interviewing himself). Articles: "Time and Stasis in LA JETÉE" (about the Chris Marker film); an analysis of three films by Walter Hill (SOUTHERN COMFORT, THE LONG RIDERS, and THE WARRIORS); an analysis of ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$15.00
17) Film Quarterly (Summer 1983) [cover: Sandra Bernhard and Robert DeNiro in THE KING OF COMEDY]
(Callenbach, Ernest, ed.)
  Film Quarterly (Summer 1983) [cover: Sandra Bernhard and Robert DeNiro in  THE KING OF COMEDY]
Berkeley: University of California Press. Near Fine. 1983. (Vol. XXXVI, No. 4). Magazine. [nice clean copy, minor wrinkling to front cover]. (B&W photographs) In this issue: an interview with Michelangelo Antonioni; an article by film theoretician Brian Henderson, "Tense, Mood and Voice in Film (Notes After Genette)"; an in-depth review of Martin Scorsese's THE KING OF COMEDY; a long review of Charles Musser's book "Before the Nickelodeon: The Early Cinema of Edwin Porter&quo ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$15.00
18) Film Quarterly (Spring 1983) [cover: ATOMIC CAFE]
(Callenbach, Ernest, ed.)
  Film Quarterly (Spring 1983) [cover: ATOMIC CAFE]
Berkeley: University of California Press. Near Fine. 1983. (Vol. XXXVI, No. 3). Magazine. [nice clean copy, just a trace of handling wear]. (B&W photographs) In this issue: an interview with Vittorio Taviani; "Confessions of a Feminist Porn Watcher," by Scott MacDonald; "The Voice of Documentary," by Bill Nichols (including discussion of SOLDIER GIRLS, ROSIE THE RIVETER and WEDDING CAMELS); an article about racial discrimination and ethnographic filmmaking in Australia, with foc ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$15.00
19) Décor - Jo Ann Callis
Callis, Jo Ann; with an essay by Jennifer A. Watts
  Décor - Jo Ann Callis
South Pasadena CA: Thistle & Weed Press. Fine. (c.2013). First Edition. Softcover. NotavalidISBN . [very nice, as-new book]. Trade PB (color photographs) "Callis has long exploited photographic image to narrative ends. Widely known for her conceptual pictures of men and women in mysterious settings, she has worked with b&w and color photography, sculpture, painting, set design, and digital imagery. While she uses the camera often, she never pursued the medium as an end in itself, instea ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$25.00
20) Beyond the Street
Calmer, Edgar [Ned]
  Beyond the Street
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company. Very Good+. (c.1934). First Edition. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [light wear to extremities, age-toning to edges of text block, silver spine lettering somewhat rubbed but still readable, attractive custom vintage bookplate (George L. Fox) on front pastedown, signature of one-time owner (Muriel Fox, Vassar) on ffep]. The first novel by this longtime journalist, set in a big New York City high school and emphasizing "its fecundity, the strangeness of its storie ... more information

Offered by ReadInk (California, United States)
$150.00
Results 1 - 20 of 305
Sort by:

Want to know if we find this book?

Want lists are free e-mail notifications if a book you're looking for becomes available for sale. Existing members login here to add this search to your want list.
Your name:
Your e-mail address (e.g., yourname@yourprovider.com):
Choose a password:
Re-type your password:
Would you like to receive our monthly newsletter?
Note: We will not disclose your personal information to any third-party companies or organizations