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1) TDR / The Drama Review (Summer 1968) [special issue: Black Theatre]
Bullins, Ed, ed.
  TDR / The Drama Review (Summer 1968) [special issue: Black Theatre]
New York: New York University, School of the Arts. Near Fine. 1968. Vol. 12, No. 4 (T40). Journal. [light scuffing to front cover, otherwise nice and clean with minimal wear]. (B&W photographs, graphics) Special issue devoted to Black Theatre, with articles and other content divided into two sections: "Black Revolutionary Theatre" and "Theatre of Black Experience." Includes contributions by Larry Neal, LeRoi Jones (Amiri Baraka), Ed Bullins, John O'Neal, Woodie King Jr., a ... more information

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$30.00
2) Tagati
Stockley, Cynthia
  Tagati
New York/London: G.P. Putnam's Sons. Near Fine in Very Good+ dj. 1930 (c.1929). 1st [U.S.] Edition. Hardcover. [nice clean solid book, minor shelfwear to bottom edge; jacket has a small tear at top rear hinge, tiny chunk missing at bottom front hinge]. A story of love, murder and suicide, described by one critic as "atmospheric to the verge of mystical." The novel concerns a woman named Felicia Lissell, who travels to Rhodesia with her aunt, to visit the farm of Dick Cardross, but she d ... more information

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$75.00
3) The Take
Izzi, Eugene
  The Take
New York: St. Martin's Press. Near Fine in Very Good dj. (c.1987). First Edition. Hardcover. 0-312-01038-9 . [solid copy, very slight wear to heel of spine, top rear corner bumped; jacket shows a little wear along top and bottom edges, a couple of tiny scrape marks on front panel, surface-scratching & rubbing to rear panel, spine a bit faded]. The Chicago author's first novel, which established him immediately as a modern master of the hard-boiled idiom. .

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$12.00
4) Take My Life
Cantor, Eddie, with Jane Kesner Ardmore
  Take My Life
Near Fine in Near Fine dj. Later Printing. Hardcover. [nice copy, minimal shelfwear to book; jacket lightly soiled on rear panel, with a touch of wear to the spine extremities]. (B&W photographs) Eddie Cantor's autobiography, in which "he retraces the steps that have carried him from a dingy one-room apartment on New York's lower East Side through a thousand stage doors and out into the glow of the footlights and the applause and laughter that have so long been his due. [The book] is ... more information

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$25.00
5) Take Two: A Life in Movies and Politics [*SIGNED*]
Dunne, Philip
  Take Two: A Life in Movies and Politics [*SIGNED*]
New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company. Near Fine in Very Good+ dj. (c.1980. First Edition. Hardcover. 0070183066 . [lovely clean copy with no discernible wear apart from a tiny bump to the bottom front corner; jackets shows minor wear along top and bottom edges and at spine ends]. (B&W photographs) Warmly INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the ffep; the inscription is to noted TV producer-director Fletcher Markle and his wife, and bears Markle's small "Ex Libris" bookplate on the ffep ... more information

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$65.00
6) Take the Cannoli [Stories from the New World] [*SIGNED*]
Vowell, Sarah
  Take the Cannoli [Stories from the New World] [*SIGNED*]
New York: Simon & Schuster. Near Fine in Near Fine dj. (c.2000). First Edition. Hardcover. 0684867974 . [slightly bumped at base of spine, faint soiling to top page edges; jacket shows very light surface wear, slight wrinkling along top edge and right edge of front panel]. SIGNED by the author on a label affixed to the ffep. Her second book, "a collection of alternately hilarious and heartbreaking essays and autobiographical yarns," supposedly "placing Vowell solidly in the traditi ... more information

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$20.00
7) Taken In
Coyle, Beverly
  Taken In
New York: Viking. Fine in Fine dj. 1998. First Edition. Hardcover. 0-670-86398-X . [a lovely, fresh, as-new copy]. This wonderful writer's third book, a superb novel about a family with relatively ordinary problems of its own which become exponentially more complicated as they get involved, for the best of motives, with a runaway girl and her violent boyfriend. .

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$15.00
8) Tale of a Whistling Shrimp
Grinioff, Vladimir B.
  Tale of a Whistling Shrimp
New York: E. P. Dutton & Co.. Very Good in Very Good dj. 1957. First Edition. Hardcover. [spine a little turned, moderate wear at corners and spine ends, light dust-soiling to top edge; jacket is edgeworn, one tiny chip at top of rear panel, very minor chipping (no loss of text) at spine ends, light rubbing/soiling to rear panel]. A satirical novel of life under Soviet rule. Great jacket illustration of a giant shrimp looming over the Moscow skyline while playing the balalaika (and whistling, of ... more information

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$10.00
9) A Tale of One January
Maltz, Albert
  A Tale of One January
London: Calder and Boyars. Very Good in Very Good+ dj. 1966. First Edition. Hardcover. [appears to be an ex-ship's library book, with only a single stamp on the front pastedown marking it as such (the stamp is of The Cunard Steamship Company Limited); there is some staining on the bottom edge and fore-edge, the latter bleeding a bit into the pages for about the first half of the book, but otherwise relatively little wear; the jacket is a bit rippled, with some horizontal creasing along the top and ... more information

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$25.00
10) The Tale of the Land of Green Ginger
Langley, Noel
  The Tale of the Land of Green Ginger
New York: William Morrow & Co.. Near Fine. 1938. First American Edition. Hardcover. (no dust jacket, but now fitted with a custom-cut mylar protector) [just a bit of wear to cloth at spine ends, otherwise a nice clean book]. (frontispiece, color illustrations) Very nice clean copy of this scarce, beautifully-illustrated children's fantasy tale -- alas, lacking the even more scarce dustjacket. .

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$300.00
11) A Talent for Loving [*SIGNED*]
Condon, Richard
  A Talent for Loving [*SIGNED*]
London: Michael Joseph. Very Good+ in Very Good+ dj. 1963 (c.1961). 1st U.K. edition. Hardcover. [one-time owner's small bookplate on ffep, some discoloration to half-title page (probably from a newspaper clipping, once laid-in but now vanished); jacket lightly browned at spine, with some minor soiling]. INSCRIBED and SIGNED in large red-ink letters by the author on the front pastedown. "The cowboy novel to end all cowboy novels," in the author's words, a "non-historical comedy ... more information

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$75.00
12) A Talent for Murder
Wells, Anna Mary
  A Talent for Murder
New York: Alfred A. Knopf. Very Good in Good dj. 1942. First Edition. Hardcover. [spine slightly turned, small stain on top edge, some discoloration to pastedowns and endpapers; jacket is heavily edgeworn, little bits of paper loss at spine ends and several corners, shallow chip at upper left-hand corner of front panel]. A psychoanalytical murder mystery, in which the accused murderess doesn't actually know if she's guilty or not. Although she testifies to her innocence in court and is acquitt ... more information

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$50.00
13) The Talented Mr. Ripley
Highsmith, Patricia
  The Talented Mr. Ripley
New York: Coward-McCann, Inc.. Very Good+ in Near Fine dj. (c.1955). First Edition. Hardcover. [a sharp-looking copy, with just a bit of wear to spine ends and extremities; the jacket is terrific-looking, the spine a little bit faded with a couple of small scrapes, and some slightly uneven fading to the rear panel]. Highsmith's third novel under her own name, and our introduction to Tom Ripley, surely one of the more enchantingly repellent characters in modern fiction. Four more Ripley "adve ... more information

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$2,500.00
14) Tales of the Road
Crewdson, Charles N
  Tales of the Road
Chicago: Thompson & Thomas. Very Good+. 1905. Second Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . (no dust jacket) [solid, nice-looking copy, light wear at extremities; once part of a private (individual's) library, it bears his name and address stamp on the ffep and an additional name and property stamp on the front pastedown; there is also a small label with a number affixed to the spine, but aside from that there are no other markings]. (B&W frontispiece and 15 B&W plates) Classic account by a trav ... more information

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$20.00
15) Tales of 1,001 Iranian Days [*SIGNED*]
Sarkissian, Henry A.
  Tales of 1,001 Iranian Days [*SIGNED*]
New York: Vantage Press. Fine in Very Good+ dj. (c.1981). First Edition. Hardcover. 0-533-04476-6 . [no discernible wear to book; rear panel of jacket a little scuffed and soiled, tiny nick at top of rear panel]. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on a blank page preceding the half-title page. Episodic memoir by "an Armenian-born man who has spent nearly his entire life in Iran," specifically Tehran. "Beginning in the 1920s with the Copperfield-like account of his birth, the author sp ... more information

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$25.00
16) The Talking Cure: Essays in Psychoanalysis and Language
MacCabe, Colin, ed.
  The Talking Cure: Essays in Psychoanalysis and Language
New York: St. Martin's Press. Near Fine in Very Good+ dj. 1981. First American Edition. Hardcover. [minimal shelfwear, former owner's signature on ffep; jacket color-faded at spine (black lettering still strong and fully readable), no other significant wear]. (Language, Discourse, Society) Series "This book, which grew out of a series of seminars at King's College, Cambridge, addresses itself to the problem of understanding the relations between psychoanalysis and language, not only i ... more information

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$30.00
17) Talking Oscars
Williams, Simon
  Talking Oscars
London: Mandarin Paperbacks. Fine. 1994. Reprint. Softcover. 0749301457 . [very nice copy, tight/clean/unread, like new but with the slightest bit of edgewear]. Mass Market PB "Two actors, one American and one British, are determined to star in the film of the award-winning novel 'Stratagems and Spoils.' Both are convinced they 'could be talking Oscars.' The dirty fight for film rights and stardom begins." .

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$4.00
18) Taming the Tiger: The Struggle to Control Technology
Rybczynski, Witold
  Taming the Tiger: The Struggle to Control Technology
New York: The Viking Press. Near Fine in Very Good+ dj. 1983. First Edition. Hardcover. 0-670-69359-6 . [nice clean copy, minor bumping at top of spine; jacket shows mild surface wear, a little wear along top edge, a couple of tiny tears and a bit of dog-earing at top of spine]. .

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$6.00
19) Tanglewreck
Winterson, Jeanette
  Tanglewreck
New York: Bloomsbury Children's Books. Near Fine in Near Fine dj. 2006. 1st U.S. edition. Hardcover. 1-58234-919-3 . [nice clean copy, both book and jacket showing only faint handling wear]. The author's first novel for young readers, about "time tornadoes" rampaging through the streets of London, causing people to vanish and such things as prehistoric beasts to appear along the banks of the banks of the River Thames. "At the centre of these bizarre time warps is a house called ... more information

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$15.00
20) Tantalus
Ammers-Kuller, Jo van (translated from the Dutch by G.J. Renier and Irene Clephane)
  Tantalus
New York: E. P. Dutton & Co.. Fair. (c.1930). 1st (U.S.) edition. Hardcover. (no dust jacket) [reading copy only, with considerable shelfwear to bottom edges (boards exposed in several spots), rear hinge split, vintage bookseller's label (Bert Barber's Book Store, Fort Worth) on rear pastedown]. Novel about a Dutch family, in Paris and later New York, by a writer once referred to (at least by Time Magazine) as "Holland's foremost novelist." Apparently her depiction of Americ ... more information

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$10.00
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