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1) The Collected Subconscious: An Anthology of Subconscious Comics
Eagan, Tim
  The Collected Subconscious: An Anthology of Subconscious Comics
Santa Cruz CA: Gray Matter Press. Fine. (c.1990). First Edition. Softcover. 0962627208 . [very nice, as-new book, with no discernible wear]. Trade PB (cartoon illustrations) The only book-form collection of this "satirical fantasy of the inner world" (which ran in various daily and alternative publications from 1981 through 2000) by the West Coast-based cartoonist, active since the early 1970s, who describes it as taking place "inside somebody’s mind (as distinguished from the insid ... more information

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$50.00
2) Golf Journal (October 1994) [cover: Tiger Woods]
(Earl, David, ed.)
  Golf Journal (October 1994) [cover: Tiger Woods]
Far Hills NJ: United States Golf Association. Near Fine. 1994. (Vol. XLVII, No. 8). Magazine. [nice clean copy, minimal external wear, subscription mailing label on rear cover]. (color & B&W photographs, ads) The USGA's official magazine, and a nice piece of early Tiger Woods memorabilia. He's on the cover, and the featured article is a 6-page account of that year's U.S. Amateur Championship, held at the TPC at Sawgrass, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, in which Tiger prevailed over ... more information

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$25.00
3) Horizon Bound on a Bicycle: The Autobiography of Eyvind Earle
Earle, Eyvind
  Horizon Bound on a Bicycle: The Autobiography of Eyvind Earle
Los Angeles: Earle and Bane. Fine in Fine dj. (c.1990). First Edition. Hardcover. [beautiful, as-new copy, with no discernible wear to either book or jacket]. (B&W photographs, drawings) "Over the past 50 years Eyvind Earle has produced an extraordinary body of work, including film, poetry, animation, watercolors, serigraphs and oil paintings. In fact, his contribution to the world of art in the 20th century is too vast to take in all at once. [This book is] a definitive record of an importa ... more information

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$100.00
4) Prettyfields: A Work in Progress / The Man Who Cultivated Fire (Capra Back-to-Back Series, Volume XI)
Eastlake, William / Haslam, Gerald
  Prettyfields: A Work in Progress / The Man Who Cultivated Fire (Capra  Back-to-Back Series, Volume XI)
Santa Barbara CA: Capra Press. Very Good+. (c.1987). First Edition. Softcover. 0-88496-266-0 . [moderate wear at edges and extremities]. Trade PB The Eastlake piece "depicts a gang of irreverent students at a New England academy in the late thirties. They assail the boundaries between literature, reality, and imagination with Rabelesian fervor." The Haslam stories are "The Man Who Cultivated Fire," "The World S*cks," "The Estero,""The Attack of the Great ... more information

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$10.00
5) Seeds of Destruction: Nationalist China in War and Revolution, 1937-1949
Eastman, Lloyd E.
  Seeds of Destruction: Nationalist China in War and Revolution, 1937-1949
Stanford CA: Stanford University Press. Very Good+ in Near Fine dj. 1984. First Edition. Hardcover. 0-8047-1191-7 . [moderate wear to book along top and bottom edges, slight deterioration of cloth on front cover, otherwise a solid clean book; jacket shows only slight wear along top edge]. "In this study based on a wide array of hitherto unused documentary sources, the author delves deeply into the inner workings of the Nationalist regime and concludes that the Nationalists collapsed largely as a ... more information

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$35.00
6) The Sense of Humor
Eastman, Max
  The Sense of Humor
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. Good+. 1936 (c.1921). Later Printing. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [bumping/softening to bottom corners and base of spine, gilt lettering rubbed but still readable on both spine and front cover, faint stain on top edge of text block with slight bleed-through at top edges of a number of pages; all in all a solid reading/reference copy]. The noted radical/critic/journalist/poet/activist expounds (quite perceptively) on various types and philosophies of humor, follow ... more information

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$25.00
7) The Other Side of Oz [*SIGNED*]
Ebsen, Buddy; edited by Stephen Cox
  The Other Side of Oz [*SIGNED*]
Newport Beach CA: Donovan Publishing. Fine in Fine dj. (c.1993). First Edition. Hardcover. 1-880538-08-3 . [a tight, crisp, as-new copy]. (B&W photographs) INSCRIBED and SIGNED on the title page: "To ________ -- / With many thanks / Buddy & Dorothy Ebsen" (in Buddy's hand). Autobiography of the erstwhile song-and-dance man, sidekick and comic foil, who was a little bit too gangly and goofy-looking to ever achieve major stardom, but is nonetheless etched forever in memory (well, ... more information

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$20.00
8) Saxenhurst: A Story of the Old World and New
Eddy, Daniel C.
  Saxenhurst: A Story of the Old World and New
Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society. Good. (c.1896). First Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . (decorated cloth; no dust jacket) [light external soiling, bumped at all corners, slight exposure of board at lower front corner, some wear to spine ends, vintage bookseller's rubber-stamped name (Bertrand Smith's Acres of Books, Long Beach, Calif.) on front pastedown; gilt/maroon decoration on front cover and spine still reasonably bright and attractive]. (B&W plates (photos and drawings ... more information

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$25.00
9) The Rimless Wheel
Eddy, Roger
  The Rimless Wheel
New York: The Macmillan Company. Very Good in Good dj. 1947. First Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . (price-clipped) [some wear at spine ends, a bit of soiling to bottom edge of text block; jacket is faded (a little more at spine than on front panel), with a shallow chip at bottom of front panel and another at top of rear panel, rubbing and minor paper loss at spine ends]. A coming-of-age novel tracing the life of an orphaned boy who "comes to live with a silent, indomitable grandmother in the family ... more information

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$25.00
10) The Mirror: A Political History
Edelman, Maurice
  The Mirror: A Political History
New York: London House and Maxwell. Very Good+ in Very Good dj. (c.1966). First Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . [solid copy, slight dust-darkening of top edge, previous owner's name/date on ffep; jacket somewhat soiled, mild wrinkling at spine ends]. (B&W photographs) History of the British newspaper, from its beginnings in 1903, through its rise to the status of a national institution. .

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$8.00
11) The Girl With Red Hair
Eden, Rob
  The Girl With Red Hair
New York: Grosset & Dunlap. Good+ in Fair dj. (c.1930). First Edition. Hardcover. [solid copy with moderate wear and slight bumping at several corners, ffep removed; jacket heavily edgeworn, spine missing about 1-1/2" at bottom, a little paper loss at most corners, quarter-sized chip at bottom corner of rear panel, various other small nicks and chips; fortunately the wear to the jacket has had only minimal impact on the attractive front panel art]. A beautiful young redhead, desperate to raise ... more information

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$35.00
12) Poor Young People!
Edginton, May
  Poor Young People!
New York: The Macaulay Company. Very Good+ in Very Good dj. (c.1939). First Edition. Hardcover. (price-clipped) [moderate shelfwear to bottom edge, slight deterioration to cloth at top of spine, solidly bound and internally clean; jacket has some shallow chipping along the top edge, general soiling]. A young woman, "tired of being a hanger-on of the rich set on the Riviera, comes to London in search of her mother," falls in with a gigolo (who abandons her) and then with a millionaire playboy ... more information

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$50.00
13) Theatre Today [the first 9 issues]
(various editors)
  Theatre Today [the first 9 issues]
New York: AIDART (Advanced Institute for Development of American Repertory Theatre). Near Fine. 1968-1970. (Vol. 1, No. 1 - Vol. 3, No. 3). Stapled wraps. [all issues in uniformly nice condition, with just a touch of wear along the spines of a few, and a single inked note on the rear cover of one; six of the nine have the original subscriber's address label affixed to the rear cover]. (B&W photographs) The first nine issues of this very content-rich quarterly newsletter devoted to the repertory ... more information

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$100.00
14) Hot Toddy: The True Story of Hollywood's Most Sensational Murder
Edmonds, Andy
  Hot Toddy: The True Story of Hollywood's Most Sensational Murder
New York: William Morrow and Company. Near Fine in Near Fine dj. (c.1989). First Edition. Hardcover. 0-688-08061-8 . [nice clean copy, just the slightest shelfwear to bottom edge; jacket shows extremely light browning/discoloration to rear panel]. (B&W photographs) Purports to "finger the killer" responsible for the 1935 murder of popular screen comedienne Thelma Todd; thoroughly researched, yet written more like a crime novel (including lots of speculative dialogue) than a scholarly wor ... more information

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$10.00
15) Death Among Doctors
Edwards, James G., M.D. (pseud. for James William MacQueen)
  Death Among Doctors
Garden City NY: Doubleday, Doran & Co., for the Crime Club. Fair in Fair dj. 1942. First Edition. Hardcover. [ex-rental library book, with all the usual depredations: the book itself is good and sound, but worn and soiled; the jacket is similarly worn and soiled, backed with brown paper, firmly affixed to the book at the pastedowns, and reinforced with strips of ugly black tape across the top and bottom ends of the spine; the front endpapers are stamped several times with "POPULAR FICTION LIBR ... more information

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$35.00
16) Comrade Yetta
Edwards, Albert
  Comrade Yetta
New York: The Macmillan Company. Very Good. 1913. 2nd printing. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [solid copy, modest wear to extremities, spine a bit turned, slight bump to bottom front corner]. Novel about a young Jewish girl on New York's Lower East Side, who's forced to go to work in a garment factory after the death of her father (owner of a second-hand bookstore). When the dreadful working conditions compel she and her co-workers to strike, Yetta gets involved with the Woman's Trade Union ... more information

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$50.00
17) The Fall of Paris
Ehrenburg, Ilya (translated from the Russian by Gerard Shelley)
  The Fall of Paris
New York: Alfred A. Knopf. Very Good+ in Very Good dj. 1943. 3rd printing. Hardcover. [a good sound copy, a little shelfwear to bottom edge, dust-darkening to top of text block; jacket shows a bit of wear at extremities, tiny shallow chip at top of rear panel, very slight paper loss at base of spine]. Sprawling novel following "the varied fortunes of a gallery of men and women who form a cross-section of Parisian life" during the years from 1935 through the fall of Paris to the invading Germ ... more information

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$40.00
18) God's Angry Man
Ehrlich, Leonard
  God's Angry Man
New York: Modern Age Books, Inc.. Very Good. 1938 (c.1932). Reprint. Softcover. [some wear at edges and corners, light soiling and age-toning to edges of text block]. (Seal Books) Series Biographical fiction about abolitionist John Brown, originally published by Simon & Schuster in 1932. Contains eight pages of ads for other Modern Age publications in the back of the book. .

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$15.00
19) Zodiak
Eidlitz, Walther (translated from the German by Eric Sutton)
  Zodiak
New York/London: Harper & Brothers. Very Good+ in Very Good dj. 1931. First Edition. Hardcover. [nice solid copy, light soiling to bottom edge, internally clean; jacket is edgeworn, small piece missing at bottom right-hand corner of front panel, faint dampstain near top of front panel, nearly split along rear foldover, still quite attractive]. Futurist fantasy in which a young Greek war refugee, introduced to the wonders of modern machinery, works his way up from garage mechanic to member of an ai ... more information

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$200.00
20) Heirs of Mrs. Willingdon
Eiker, Mathilde
  Heirs of Mrs. Willingdon
Garden City NY: Doubleday, Doran & Co.. Fair in Fair dj. 1934. First Edition. Hardcover. [ex-lending library book, typical markings, a decent reading copy but no more (ffep torn out with adverse effect to front hinge, one-time owner's signature on title page); jacket is complete but heavily wrinkled and edgeworn, plus the flaps are securely affixed to the pastedowns]. The author seems to have been a minor comic/romantic novelist from about the mid-1920s through the end of the 1930s, none of wh ... more information

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$12.00
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