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American Chica Two Worlds, One Childhood
Arana, Marie
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Brownstein, Bill
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Coupérie-Eiffel, Philippe; Bouvard, Dominique; Laredo, Joseph (translated by)
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1 Arana, Marie American Chica Two Worlds, One Childhood
0385319630 / 9780385319638; This book was a National Book Award Finalist. In her father's Peruvian family, Arana was taught to be a proper lady, yet in her mother's American family she learned to shoot a gun, break a horse, and snap a chicken's neck for dinner. She shuttled easily between these deeply separate cultures for years. It was wen she immigrated with her family to the United States that she came to understand that she was a hybrid American whose cultural identity was split in half. Coming to terms with this split is at the heart of this graceful, beautifully realized portrait of a child who was "a north-south collision, a New World fusion. An American chica." This is an engaging family history with candid portraits of her parents. The spine is slightly cocked and the bottom front corner has light wear. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 309 pages
Dell Publishing
New York, 2002, First Softcover Edition
Softcover
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004370; 
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Let Me Tell You a Story, Auerbach, Red; Feinstein, John
2 Auerbach, Red; Feinstein, John Let Me Tell You a Story
0316738239 / 9780316738231; As a living legend amongst sports fans, Red Auerbach - the fiery coach who led the Boston Celtics to nine NBA championships, eight of them consecutive - has long been renowned for his formidable personality: brash, opinionated , and unfailingly accurate. In this book, Auerbach's unique experiences in sports and Feinstein's unparalleled skills as a storyteller combine to produce one of the mostly richly entertaining books ever written about the game of baseball. The jacket's back flap has a 1" vertical tear at the fold. Includes 8 pages of photos and an index. ; Octavo (standard book size); 347 pages
Little Brown
New York, 2004, First Edition
Hardcover
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Illustrated by Photographs; 
004274; 
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3 Brands, H. W. T. R. the Last Romantic
0465069592 / 9780465069590; Brand's narrative is lucid, fast-moving and unblinded by hero-worship. In a single volume he has packed Roosevelt's 60 years of ambition, adventure, expediency, achievement, and finally, frustration at having peaked too soon. (Publishers Weekly). A biography of Theodore Roosevelt's amazing life, including his belief in heroes, his presidential years, and his charge up San Juan Hill. The prologue reveals injuries the man suffered with that are not widely known in this era. His wife and children are included, as that was his life: husband, father, president, hero. Much more exciting than this sounds. ; Photographs; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 897 pages
Basic Books
New York, New York, U. S. A., 1997, 
Softcover
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4 Brands, H. W. T. R. the Last Romantic
0465069592 / 9780465069590; Brand's narrative is lucid, fast-moving and unblinded by hero-worship. In a single volume he has packed Roosevelt's 60 years of ambition, adventure, expediency, achievement, and finally, frustration at having peaked too soon. (Publishers Weekly). A biography of Theodore Roosevelt's amazing life, including his belief in heroes, his presidential years, and his charge up San Juan Hill. The prologue reveals injuries the man suffered with that are not widely known in this era. His wife and children are included, as that was his life: husband, father, president, hero. Much more exciting than this sounds. ; Photographs; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 897 pages
Basic Books
New York, New York, U. S. A., 1997, 
Softcover
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Sex Carnival, Brownstein, Bill
5 Brownstein, Bill Sex Carnival
1550224158 / 9781550224153; This book is the author's whimsical record of discovering what the world of sex is all about these days. The tour begins backstage at the Porno Oscars in Las Vegas, where endurance is everything. Then a trek through the Playboy mansion in L. A with Hef himself. Take in Amsterdam's red light district and hit the world's biggest sex museums to lap up culture from the mildly titillating to the downright raunchy. Montreal is where he turns up the heat - where swingers, fetishists, porn stars, lap-dancers and naked coiffeurs burn up the sex carnival turf. This book is as entertaining as it is eye-opening. Softcover with french flaps. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 198 pages
Ecw Press
Toronto, On, Canada, 2000, Unknown; Unknown
Softcover
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6 Brownstein, Bill Sex Carnival
1550224158 / 9781550224153; This book is the author's whimsical record of discovering what the world of sex is all about these days. The tour begins backstage at the Porno Oscars in Las Vegas, where endurance is everything. Then a trek through the Playboy mansion in L. A with Hef himself. Take in Amsterdam's red light district and hit the world's biggest sex museums to lap up culture from the mildly titillating to the downright raunchy. Montreal is where he turns up the heat - where swingers, fetishists, porn stars, lap-dancers and naked coiffeurs burn up the sex carnival turf. This book is as entertaining as it is eye-opening. Softcover with french flaps. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 198 pages
Ecw Press
Toronto, On, Canada, 2000, Unknown; Unknown
Softcover
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004360; 
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As Good As I Could Be: a Memoir about Raising Wonderful Children in Difficult Times, Cheever, Susan
7 Cheever, Susan As Good As I Could Be: a Memoir about Raising Wonderful Children in Difficult Times
0684863413 / 9780684863412; Having children transforms us - by the amazing power of our love for them and theirs for us, by the anger they are able to provoke in us, and because in order to be good parents to our children, we must admit we are no longer children ourselves. Susan Cheever, bestselling author, describes that transformation in passionate, compelling, moving prose. Raising a daughter, 18, and a son, 11, they have all survived divorce, blending families, issues at school, eating disorders, and alcoholism. Provocative, perceptive, wise and unflinchingly honest, this book is the touchstone for all parents who are doing the best they can. There is a very small bump at the top, and the jacket is lightly shelfworn at the bottom edges. ; 191 pages
Simon & Schuster
New York, 2001, First Edition
Hardcover
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002922; 
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8 Clark, Marcia with Carpenter, Teresa Without a Doubt
0670870897 / 9780670870899; This book is extremely intense, very interesting, never a slow moment. Judge Ito was clearly a weak link instead of a strong leader as he refused to admit numerous, potentially harmful (to the defendant) pieces of evidence. This is the whole story, not the media story. Index included. ; Octavo (standard book size); 502 pages
Viking Press
New York, 1997, First Edition
Hardcover
Fine in Fine dust jacket

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004330; 
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9 Coupérie-Eiffel, Philippe; Bouvard, Dominique; Laredo, Joseph (translated by) Eiffel by Eiffel
3283012393 / 9783283012397; NEW - Gustave Eiffel was the creator of the supreme symbol of Paris, which was quite revolutionary at the time. From the age of 25 the young engineer was entrusted with the construction of a railway bridge in Bordeaux which fired his ambition and earned him the respect of colleagues. He made a mark on every corner of the globe with his striking and distinctive designs for over 300 buildings, which included the framework for the Statue of Liberty. In 1892 he withdrew from the public eye after being implicated in a scandal, but his creativity blossomed, researching aerodynamics and developing of the science of meteorology. Public activities never dominated his private life, and he passed on to his descendants his humanist principles and profound sense of family values. His great-great-grandson, author of this book, chose to champion those traits. The wealth of archival material, much previously unpublished, presents an intimate portrait of Gustave Eiffel, creator of the impossible. Included is the Family Tree, Awards, Titles, translations of handwritten letters, selected and English bibliographies and picture credits. The author lives in an apartment at the top of the Eiffel Tower. The black binding has gold lettering on the spine. ; B&W and Color Photographs; Folio 13" - 23" tall; 175 pages
Edition Olms Zurich
Zurich, Switzerland, 2014, First English Edition
Hardcover
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Illustrated by Various; 
004357; 
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10 Coupérie-Eiffel, Philippe; Bouvard, Dominique; Laredo, Joseph (translated by) Eiffel by Eiffel
3283012393 / 9783283012397; Gustave Eiffel was the creator of the supreme symbol of Paris, which was quite revolutionary at the time. From the age of 25 the young engineer was entrusted with the construction of a railway bridge in Bordeaux which fired his ambition and earned him the respect of colleagues. He made a mark on every corner of the globe with his striking and distinctive designs for over 300 buildings, which included the framework for the Statue of Liberty. In 1892 he withdrew from the public eye after being implicated in a scandal, but his creativity blossomed, researching aerodynamics and developing of the science of meteorology. Public activities never dominated his private life, and he passed on to his descendants his humanist principles and profound sense of family values. His great-great-grandson, author of this book, chose to champion those traits. The wealth of archival material, much previously unpublished, presents an intimate portrait of Gustave Eiffel, creator of the impossible. Included is the Family Tree, Awards, Titles, translations of handwritten letters, selected and English bibliographies and picture credits. The author lives in an apartment at the top of the Eiffel Tower. The black binding has gold lettering on the spine. ; B&W and Color Photographs; Folio 13" - 23" tall; 175 pages
Edition Olms Zurich
Zurich, Switzerland, 2014, First English Edition
Hardcover
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Illustrated by Various; 
4357; 
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The Marriage of Heaven and Hell: Manic Depression and the Life of Virginia Woolf, Dally, Peter
11 Dally, Peter The Marriage of Heaven and Hell: Manic Depression and the Life of Virginia Woolf
0312272731 / 9780312272739; Combining his knowledge as a doctor and a lifelong fascination with Virginia Woolf's life and work, eminent psychiatrist Peter Dally offers a haunting and compelling look at the depression that tormented Virginia Woolf through her adult years. He discusses the three occasions when Virginia went mad, which terrified Virginia, and through the experiences offered extraordinary insight into her craft, Woolf lived in constant fear of her dreadful affliction. Compassionate and disturbing, this study is the first to look at Virginia Woolf's life from the perspective of her illness. Black & white photos are included at the end. ; 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall
Griffin
New York, New York, U. S. A., 2001, First Publishers Edition
Softcover
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003942; 
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Invisible a Memoir, De Montalembert, Hugues
12 De Montalembert, Hugues Invisible a Memoir
No; This is an impressionistic memoir of an artist who was blinded in a sudden act of violence leading to a profound meditation on what it means to see and be seen. One summer night in 1978, the author returned to his New York City apartment to find two men robbing him. In a violent struggle, one of the assailants threw paint thinner in Hugues' face. Within a few hours, he was completely blind. This book moves beyond those horrific events to his solo travels around the world, and the remarkable way he learned to "see" without the use of his eyes. His status changed in the eyes of other people as he changed from an up-and-coming artist to a man who walked with a cane. Part philosophy, part autobiography, and part inspiration, this book may change the way readers understand reality and their place in the world. There is a small black line at top pages. Quarter cloth in blue with white paper on boards. ; 12mo over 6 3/4" - 7 3/4"; 129 pages
Attria
New York, 2010, 
Hardcover
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004249; 
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13 Diawara, Manthia We Won't Budge: an African Exile in the World
In this searing and bittersweet memoir, Diawara revisits his early years as an African emigrant in love with Swedish girls and American rock and roll. Taking us from the nightclubs of his hometown Bamako to the cafes of Boulevard Montparnasse, to the black neighborhoods of 1970s Washington D. C. , Diawara brings to life the generations of Africans who were drawn to the promise of Western equality and prosperity in the heady days of the international student movement. Now able to look at the assimilation process from a more nuanced perspective, he confronts the prejudices of those who assume he is simply another unwanted illegal immigrant, and yet watches his fifteen-year-old son walk around Paris free from the suspicion that can haunt young black men in New York. But he is also brought back to his life-altering decision to "move on" to the United States, as well as the broken dreams of those who returned to Africa, driven either by homesickness or the immigration department. We leave this haunting story exhilarated by Diawara's personal triumph and humbled by his humanity. 271 pages; binding is fine but has a 1 1/2" remainder mark on the page ends. The jacket has one small paper separation on the back bottom. 6 1/4" x 9 1/2
Basic Civitas Books
2003, First Edition
Hardcover
Very Good in Fine dust jacket


003475; 
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Liars & Legends, Emily Ellison & Chuck Perry; Geeorge Lindsey (Foreword by)
14 Emily Ellison & Chuck Perry; Geeorge Lindsey (Foreword by) Liars & Legends
1401602037 / 9781401602031; Turner South network reaches over seven million people across six states in the southeast, and its TV show Liars & Legends exposes what's most unique, most interesting and most downright bizarre about the region. If you venture into these pages you will learn about the beast that resides in the swamps near Bishopville, South Carolina, the town that kept a secret for thirty years, and the dog-rabbit creature that became the bane of the Bell family. Whether you are superstitious or not, these stories will stir your imagination, provide plenty of intrigue, and always entertain. ; Octavo (standard book size); 182 pages
Rutledge Hill Press
Nashville, TN, 2005, First Edition
Hardcover
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Illustrated by Karen Gold & John Roche; 
004297; 
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15 Field, Norma From My Grandmother's Bedside
0520208447 / 9780520208445; The author of this memoir lived in Japan during her childhood, and her adult years in the United States. She went back to Japan in the 1990's to tend to her gravely ill grandmother; modern postwar Japan made a great impression on her, which she discusses in juxtaposition with her life in the United States. Many subjects are important to both countries including facets of how the war affected individuals, biracial/bicultural families, last farewells of kamikaze pilots, and the dehumanizing effect of Japan's postwar economic boom. A strong, intimate look at happenings mostly not familiar to Americans. Running through this essay is the realization that the personal and the political are perpetually entangled, that past and present converge and overlap. The jacket is clear mylar and scuffed at red cloth band. ; Octavo (standard book size); 204 pages
University Of California Press
Berkeley, CA, 1997, First Edition
Hardcover
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000075; 
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Audubon's Butterflies, Moths, and Other Studies, Ford, Alice (compiled and edited by)
16 Ford, Alice (compiled and edited by) Audubon's Butterflies, Moths, and Other Studies
No; The rediscovery of Audubon's remarkable, jewel-like original paintings of butterflies, moths, other insects, as well as small reptiles has provided the basis for the present work. Never before had these studies been reproduced. These renderings, achieved when little or no reference material existed on American entomology, represent an extraordinary pioneering effort in line - on a more modest scale - with Audubon's monumental Birds and Animals. Alice Ford's fascinating and authentic account of many forgotten episodes in the artist's life and of his meetings with other artist-scientists of his pioneer era is further highlighted with a few selected works of these contemporaries. Audubon's life as an artist makes absorbing reading and the author has brought together a host of romantically vivid and historically accurate incidents providing a remarkable picture of his life. The jacket has a 1" x 1" piece missing, and is worn at the corners and spine ends, as well as the right edges. The binding is quarter cloth green with yellow boards and gold lettering on the spine. On the inside ffep is a price from a used book store on a small sticker. Receipt included. ; 4to - over 9 3/4" to 12" tall; 120 pages
Studio Publications
New York, 1952, First Edition
Hardcover
As New in Good dust jacket

Illustrated by Audubon, John James; 
004290; 
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17 Grotta, Daniel J. R. R. Tolkien: Architect of Middle Earth
0762413379 / 9780762413379; NEW - John Ronald Reuel Tolkien (1892-1973) author of The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings trilogy, is one of the twentieth century's most beloved and enigmatic writers. His highly unusual, imaginative works have sold millions of copies and delighted readers of all ages. And yet, surprisingly little is known about the personal life of the creator of Middle Earth. This man, who was embarrassed by success, lived most of his life as an Oxford scholar in the surrounds of a cloistered academic community. As a child in South Africa, Tolkien was kidnapped by a native and taken into the bush. As a youngster in the industrial city of Birmingham, England, Tolkien was raised by a Catholic priest. As a young adult, Tolkien lived through the bloody horror of the trenches of WW I. How these experiences shaped his imagination is just one of the areas that Daniel Grotta tries to uncover. 197 pages including an index and an epilogue, which is fascinating. The subject is The Silmarillion, which was published posthumously in 1977, after his son, Christopher, worked on it for years. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
Running Pr Book Pub
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2002, Second Printing
Softcover
New with no dust jacket


002234; 
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Inked, Hart, Carey and Palmer, Chris
18 Hart, Carey and Palmer, Chris Inked
No; Freestyle motocross champ Carey Hart is a heavily tattooed celebrity whose tattoo studio in Las Vegas was featured on A&E; s in hit reality series Inked. The shop caters to celebrities, locals and tourists. There they find original and irreverent tattoos, which are now brought to you in a unique mix of attitude and beauty. This book shows 70 evocative portraits that confound our expectations. Photos of seemingly ordinary people - businessmen, receptionists, and mothers - in their everyday dress are juxtaposed with images that reveal their elaborate skin art. There are also hip and sultry photos of tattooed Las Vegas starlets and rockers, and enthusiasts of all shapes and ages. Profiles and personal stories of first tattoos and so much more makes this book wonderful to read as well as view. ; 4to - over 9 3/4" to 12" tall; 144 pages
Artisan
New York, 2008, First Edition
Softcover
New

Illustrated by Thomas, Bill; 
004286; 
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19 Hays, David Today I Am a Boy: the Bar Mitzvah Journey of a Grown Man
0743201272 / 9780743201278; Morley Safer said of this book "David Hays proves once again his talents as a writer and chronicler of the human condition. " When David Hays was sixty-six and joined a synagogue for the first time in over fifty years, he decided to study Hebrew and become a bar mitzvah. And so this father of two grown children borrowed his grandson's Hebrew primer and joined a class of twelve-year-olds. Thus was launched a wondrous journey of faith and community. In Today I Am a Boy, Hays' new world begins to intersect with his own history as he grapples with his mother's death and watches his grandchilden awaken to life's wonders. At a time when most of us begin to slow down, the ardent boy in this eminent man has been reawakened. Today I Am a Boy is a brave, clear-eyed, and joyous examination of life. 255 pages. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
Touchstone Books
New York, 2001, First Softcover Edition
Softcover
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001639; 
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A House of Many Rooms, Hunter, Rodello
20 Hunter, Rodello A House of Many Rooms
This is a family chronicle of the Woodrows who lived a semi-rural village life around the turn of the century. The Woodrows, a Mormon family, were a lusty bunch, had a host of children, some "owned" and some "borrowed" when nieces, nephews, and grandchildren were taken into the brood. Papa rules the roost with a firm hand, and Kate - Mama - is simply a great woman. The Woodrows are people who have fire, character, charm, and for whom both duty and rebelliousness are virtues. They are a family full of grace. Papa didn't practice polygamy, but Grandfather did. He had two loved and loving wives and numerous children whom he cherished. Uncle Jo Campbell practiced it even more; he had six wives and 37 children - before the Manifesto abolished polygamy. A wonderful biography in turn humorous and occasionally sad. 240 pages, fine cover with embossed design on the front. Jacket has some wear at the spine ends and light edge wear. Book shop stamp on the back inside board. ; 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall
Alfred A. Knopf
New York, 1966, 
Hardcover
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003410; 
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21 Jasen, David A. P. G. Wodehouse: a Portrait of a Master
0825672759 / 9780825672750; The definitive and authorized biography of one of the greatest literary humorists of all time, first published in 1974, is now printed in a revised, updated edition. Lavishly illustrated, this biography is the first book to trace Wodehouse's career from his first magazine contribution in 1901 through the show-business years to his one hundred books that have given so much pleasure to readers for so many years. The author is a professor of Fine Arts at C. W. Post College in Long Island, New York. 298 pages, included is a Bibliography of Published Volumes, Bibliography of Published Short Stories, Bibliography of Published Plays, and a Bibliography of Published Musicals and Song Lyrics. There is also a general bibliography and an index. 32 glossy pages of photographs, many of the covers of his original works. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
Schirmertrade Books
New York, New York, U. S. A., 2002, 
Softcover
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001398; 
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22 Jordan, Teresa Riding the White Horse Home : a Western Family Album
0679412190 / 9780679412199; This is Teresa Jordan's story of four generations of her family's devotion to the land, a devotion that required both physical courage and psychic endurance. She celebrates the strength and character of the women of her family, the men, the hay crew, cooks, and cowboys. With reverence and grace, she uses the history of her family to mirror the demise of a quintessential American way of life. This is not only Jordan's family history, it is every Western family's story: It is the story of the American West. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
Knopf Publishing Group
New York, Ny, U. S. A., 1993, First Edition
Hardcover, Cloth
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000942; 
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Jewish Journeys, Leigh, Jeremy
23 Leigh, Jeremy Jewish Journeys
1904950396 / 9781904950394; An Armchair Traveller book. The author is following in the footsteps of famous Jewish travel writers from biblical to modern times. The earliest is Abraham; later, as a nation, they fled slavery in Egypt to freedom in their own land. This very personal collection of travel writing is drawing material from Biblical sources, biographies, travel chronicles, and modern literary reflections, introducing, explaining and contextualising, and linking Jewish travel with personal reflections and experiences of Jewish journeys. Includes a fold-out map in the front. ; 16mo (very small); 313 pages
Haus Publishing
London, 2006, First Edition
Hardcover
New in New dust jacket

Illustrated by Getty Images; 
004252; 
Price: 14.72 USD
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Beaumarchais, Lever, Maurice; Emanuel, Susan (translated by)
24 Lever, Maurice; Emanuel, Susan (translated by) Beaumarchais
0374113289 / 9780374113285; This is a compelling portrait of a man whose activities as politician, publisher, entrepeneur, spy, rebel, but most notable a playwright, brought him fame. He was a political visionary who supported American revolutionaries on the eve of his country's own upheavel, a reckless entrepeneur, and an early champion of the rights of artists and intellectual property. Most of all we meet a writer whose wit and brilliance were matched only by his determination to publish on his own terms - even at the risk of political exile. The author recreates the exciting times of the famed Comedie-Francaise, and the often perilous times in which Beaumarchais lived. The dust jacket is price-clipped. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 411 pages
Farrar, Straus & Giroux
New York, 2009, 
Hardcover
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004343; 
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25 McCourt, Malachy A Monk Swimming: a Memoir
0786884142 / 9780786884148; Malachy McCourt, brother of Frank McCourt (Angela's Ashes, 'Tis) has written this memoir telling his own story of leaving his childhood of poverty in Limerick, Ireland, and heading for the promise of America. Armed with a wild humor and gift for storytelling, he ran from memories of a drunken, vanished father and the humiliations of Angela, his mother. He carved a place for himself in New York as the first celebrity bartender; on stage, performing works of James Joyce, and on television, where the tales he spun made him a Tonight Show regular. Darkly funny, shockingly raw, and everywhere making the English language do tricks the British never intended, Malachy McCourt, a true original, tells his story with passion, wit, irreverence, and charm. 290 pages; the very bottom right corner is turned up a bit. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
Hyperion Books
Boston, Massachusetts, U. S. A., 1998, Eighth Printing
Softcover
Near Fine with no dust jacket


001358; 
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