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Lot 9048

$22
Title: Keeping Faith: Memoirs of a President
Author: Jimmy Carter
Publisher: Bantam Books
Printing Year: 1982 Signed First Printing

Condition/Details: Bound in blue cloth with bright gilt lettering to spine, this volume is a scarce autographed memoir by the 39th President of the United States.

"When Jimmy Carter left Washington, he carried with him his 5,000-page diary - unedited notes he dictated after each important meeting, nearly every day of his term. In "Keeping Faith," he draws on this journal directly for a personal account of the exhiliration and solitude of being the man in the Oval Office. Jimmy Carter entered the Presidency with a commitment to peace, human rights, nuclear arms control, and protection of the earth's fragile resources. Now, in his own words, he evaluates his accomplishments and disappointments with the same candor that brought him to office." (dustjacket text)

The former president's signature appears on the title page. The work is illustrated with many in-text photographs. The volume shows light external age/wear, and is solidly bound with clean, unmarked pages. Shelfworn dustjacket, with a small tear to top front edge, is in mylar cover. The book measures approximately 6 1/2" x 9 1/4" and contains 622 pages. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $4.50
Lot 9050

$28
This lot is part of the personal library of scholar and feminist activist Marilyn French (1929-2009). We were recently contacted by her heirs to handle the sale of her personal collection of reference titles and literature and this lot is one of many we will be offering over the course of today’s auction, from that large collection. In her work, French asserted that women's oppression is an intrinsic part of the male-dominated global culture. Ms. French was a prolific author whose novels as well as books of essays and literary criticism all explored this theme.

This auction lot includes the following group of titles:

- Narrator and Character in Finnegans Wake by Begnal & Eckley - Dated 1975 by Bucknell University Press - dustjacket
- A Concordance to Finnegans Wake by Clive Hart - Dated 1963 by University of Minnesota Press - ex-library

Unless otherwise noted, the books in this lot are in good, intact condition with some age/wear indications. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $7.50
Lot 9051

$18
This shelf lot includes the group of books shown in the corresponding image. Due to the high volume of books we are selling at this auction, we will be offering a number of bulk buy opportunities such as this one during the course of the day. To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction. As with all the books in our shelf lots, these are generally in good condition with some age/wear indications; older books are more likely to have advanced flaws. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $16.50
Lot 9052

$50
Title: The Works of Charles Dickens
Publisher: P. F. Collier, Publisher
Printing Year: circa 1870
Number of Volumes: Complete 6 volume set

Notes: Bound in green cloth with bright gilt embossing, this antique set is a scarce collection of the works of the English author. The work is illustrated with tissue-guarded frontispiece illustrations and numerous plates. The volumes show external age/wear, and are solidly bound with clean, lightly age-toned pages. The books measure approximately 7 1/2" x 10 1/2". Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $16.50
Lot 9054

$90
Title: Hue and Cry: Short Stories
Author: James Alan McPherson
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Printing Year: 1969 Signed First Edition

Condition/Details: Bound in red half-cloth with gilt lettering, this volume is a scarce autographed collection of stories by James Alan McPherson, American writer and essayist, and a recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship in 1973, the 1978 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, and a MacArthur Fellowship in 1981. Ralph Ellison writes of this work: "With this collection of stories, McPherson promises to move right past those talented but misguided writers of Nego American cultural background who take being black as a privilege for being obscenely second-rate and who regard their social predicament as Negroes as exempting them from the necessity of mastering the craft and forms of ficiton. Indeed, as he makes his "hue and cry" over the dead-ends, the confusions of value and failures of sympathy and insight of those who inhabit his fictional world, McPherson's stories are in themselves a hue and cry against the dead, publicity-sustained writing which has come increasingly to stand for what is called 'black writing.' ... McPherson will never, as a writer, be an embarrassment to such people of excellence as Willie Mays, Duke Ellington, Leontyne Price - or for that matter, Stephen Crane or F. Scott Fitzgerald. He is a writer of insight, sympathy and humour and one of the most gifted young Americans I've had the privilege to read." (dustjacket text).

The volume is in excellent condition, and is solidly bound with clean pages. The author's signature appears on the title page. The intact, well-preserved dustjacket, with photo of author on rear cover, is in mylar cover. The book measures approximately 5 3/4" x 8 1/4" and contains 275 pages. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $4.50
Lot 9056

$22
This lot is part of the personal library of scholar and feminist activist Marilyn French (1929-2009). We were recently contacted by her heirs to handle the sale of her personal collection of reference titles and literature and this lot is one of many we will be offering over the course of today’s auction, from that large collection. Many of the books are signed by French as an owner's inscription. In her work, French asserted that women's oppression is an intrinsic part of the male-dominated global culture. Ms. French was a prolific author whose novels as well as books of essays and literary criticism all explored this theme.

This shelf lot includes the group of books shown in the corresponding image. Due to the high volume of books we are selling at this auction, we will be offering a number of bulk buy opportunities such as this one during the course of the day. To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction. As with all the books in our shelf lots, these are generally in good condition with some age/wear indications; older books are more likely to have advanced flaws. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $32.50
Lot 9058

$45
This lot is part of the personal library of scholar and feminist activist Marilyn French (1929-2009). We were recently contacted by her heirs to handle the sale of her personal collection of reference titles and literature and this lot is one of many we will be offering over the course of today’s auction, from that large collection. Many of the books are signed by French as an owner's inscription. In her work, French asserted that women's oppression is an intrinsic part of the male-dominated global culture. Ms. French was a prolific author whose novels as well as books of essays and literary criticism all explored this theme.

This shelf lot includes the group of books shown in the corresponding image. Due to the high volume of books we are selling at this auction, we will be offering a number of bulk buy opportunities such as this one during the course of the day. To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction. As with all the books in our shelf lots, these are generally in good condition with some age/wear indications; older books are more likely to have advanced flaws. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $20.50
Lot 9060

$175
Title: The Best American Short Stories
Editors: Stephen King with Heidi Pitlor
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company
Printing Year: 2007

Condition/Details: Bound in blue cloth with bright gilt lettering to spine, this volume is a scarce autographed copy of this collection of titles selected and introduced by best-selling author Stephen King. "The Best American Series" is an annually-published collection of books, published by Houghton Mifflin, each of which features a different genre or theme. Each book selects from works published in North America during the previous year, selected by a guest editor who is an established writer within the given field. In this particular collection the stories "examine the turning points in the life when we, as children or parents, lovers or friends or colleagues, must break certain rules in order to remain true to ourselves."

The volume is in excellent condition, and is solidly bound with clean, unmarked pages. New dustjacket is in mylar cover. The book measures approximately 6" x 8 1/2" and contains 428 pages. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $4.50
Lot 9062

$24
This lot is part of the personal library of scholar and feminist activist Marilyn French (1929-2009). We were recently contacted by her heirs to handle the sale of her personal collection of reference titles and literature and this lot is one of many we will be offering over the course of today’s auction, from that large collection. Many of the books are signed by French as an owner's inscription. In her work, French asserted that women's oppression is an intrinsic part of the male-dominated global culture. Ms. French was a prolific author whose novels as well as books of essays and literary criticism all explored this theme.

This shelf lot includes the very large group of books shown in the corresponding image. Due to the high volume of books we are selling at this auction, we will be offering a number of bulk buy opportunities such as this one during the course of the day. To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction. As with all the books in our shelf lots, these are generally in good condition with some age/wear indications; older books are more likely to have advanced flaws. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $600
Lot 9064

$100
Title: Between Hope and History: Meeting America's Challenges for the 21st Century
Author: Bill Clinton
Publisher: Times Books / Random House
Printing Year: 1996 Signed First Printing

Condition/Details: Bound in dark blue cloth with bright silver lettering to spine, this volume is a scarce autographed copy of a book by the 42nd president of the United States. This work constitutes "a concise statement of the fundamental principles that have guided his administration and its policies since its inception..." The former president's signature appears on the title page. The volume is in excellent condition, and is solidly bound with clean, bright pages. Dustjacket is intact and shows light shelfwear. The book measures approximately 5 1/2" x 8 1/4" and contains 178 pages. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $4.50
Lot 9065

$10
This shelf lot includes the group of antique, vintage & modern literature shown in the corresponding image. Due to the high volume of books we are selling at this auction, we will be offering a number of bulk buy opportunities such as this one during the course of the day. To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction. As with all the books in our shelf lots, these are generally in good condition with some age/wear indications; older books are more likely to have advanced flaws. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $15.50
Lot 9066

$55
This lot is part of the personal library of scholar and feminist activist Marilyn French (1929-2009). We were recently contacted by her heirs to handle the sale of her personal collection of reference titles and literature and this lot is one of many we will be offering over the course of today’s auction, from that large collection. In her work, French asserted that women's oppression is an intrinsic part of the male-dominated global culture. Ms. French was a prolific author whose novels as well as books of essays and literary criticism all explored this theme.

This auction lot includes the following group of titles:

- Selected Essays by John Berger - Dated 2001 by Pantheon Books - First printing in dustjacket
- Mirrors and WIndows: American Photography since 1960 by John Szarkowski - Dated 1978 by Museum of Modern Art - exhibition catalogue
- The Four Zoas by William Blake - Dated 1983 by Swallow Press, Inc. (Chicago) - Stated first edition, first printing limited to 3,000 copies
- Bloomsbury: Its Artists, Authors and Designers by Gillian Naylor - Dated 1990 by Bulfinch Press - dustjacket, rippling to top and bottom edges of text block
- Japanese Women Artists, 1600-1900 by Patricia Fister - Dated 1988 by Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence - Exhibition catalogue in wrappers, with inscription by prominent literary agent Charlotte Sheedy to Marilyn French

Unless otherwise noted, the books in this lot are in good, intact condition with some age/wear indications. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $13.50
Lot 9068

$120
This lot contains the framed hand-colored etching shown in the corresponding image. The piece is entitled "Natives of Caribee Islands Feasting on Human Flesh." This is a European propagandist illustration of the Kalingo people of Saint Kitts and it originally appeared in British cartographer John Hamilton Moore's 1778 book "Voyages and Travels." In this image, a group of Kalingo Indians is gathered around a boiling pot that contains a human being. The people sitting just behind the pot are holding and chewing on human bones. To one side is a mother with her child, whom she feeds with similar remains. In the distant background are two outlined figures, one of whom appears to be carrying a corpse on his back. The image itself is encased by the image of an elaborately decorated frame. The actual wooden frame that contains this work is well preserved and holds this etching under a glass pane. Wooden frame measures 9 1/2" by 15". To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $12.50
Lot 9070

$40
Title: Watson and DNA: Making a Scientific Revolution
Author: Victor K. McElheny
Publisher: Perseus Publishing
Printing Year: 2003 First Printing Signed by James D. Watson

Condition/Details: Bound in black quarter-cloth over yellow boards with bright red lettering, this volume is a scarce autographed biography of Nobel Prize-winning scientist James D. Watson. Watson's signature appears on the title page. The work is illustrated with a number of photographs. The volume is in excellent condition, and is solidly bound with clean, unmarked pages. New dustjacket is in mylar cover. The book measures approximately 6 1/4" x 9 1/2" and contains 363 pages. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $4.50
Lot 9072

$20
Title: Washington: The Man of Action
Author: Frederick Trevor Hill
Publisher: D. Appleton and Company
Printing Year: 1914

Condition/Details: Bound in green cloth with bright gilt lettering to spine and front cover, this antique volume is a scarce children's history book dealing with the life of the commander of the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War (1775–1783) and the first President of the United States of America (1789–1797). The work is illustrated with many full- and double-page color drawings by Job (Comte J. Onfroy de Breville). This ex-library volume has the usual markings and shows external age/wear. The book is solidly bound with clean pages. The book measures approximately 8 3/4" x 11" and contains 329 pages. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $7.50
Lot 9074

$45
This lot is part of the personal library of scholar and feminist activist Marilyn French (1929-2009). We were recently contacted by her heirs to handle the sale of her personal collection of reference titles and literature and this lot is one of many we will be offering over the course of today’s auction, from that large collection. Many of the books are signed by French as an owner's inscription. In her work, French asserted that women's oppression is an intrinsic part of the male-dominated global culture. Ms. French was a prolific author whose novels as well as books of essays and literary criticism all explored this theme.

This shelf lot includes the group of books shown in the corresponding image. Due to the high volume of books we are selling at this auction, we will be offering a number of bulk buy opportunities such as this one during the course of the day. To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction. As with all the books in our shelf lots, these are generally in good condition with some age/wear indications; older books are more likely to have advanced flaws. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $20.50
Lot 9075

$26
This auction lot includes the following group of titles:

- Rules Governing the Loading of Commodities on Open Top Cars - Dated 1936 by Association of American Railroads - wrappers
- The Official Guide of the Railways and Steam Navigation Lines of the United States Porto Rico Canada Mexico and Cuba Also Time-Tables of Railroads in Central America by L. F. Sweeney & C. C. Totten - Dated (April) 1964 by National Railway Publication Company - wrappers
- The Official Guide of the Railways and Steam Navigation Lines of the United States Porto Rico Canada Mexico and Cuba Also Time-Tables of Railroads in Central America by L. F. Sweeney & C. C. Totten - Dated (March) 1964 by National Railway Publication Company - wrappers
- The Official Guide of the Railways and Steam Navigation Lines of the United States Puerto Rico Canada Mexico and Cuba, Also Time-Tables of Railroads in Central America by R. J. Laidlaw & F. Coyle Dated 1970 by National Railway Publication Company - wrappers

Unless otherwise noted, the books in this lot are in good, intact condition with some age/wear indications. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $9.50
Lot 9076

$70
This auction lot includes the following group of autographed literary titles in their original dustjackets:

- Billy Bathgate by E. L. Doctorow - Dated 1989 by Random House - BOMC edition
- The Waterworks by E. L. Doctorow - Dated 1994 by Random House - first printing
- World's Fair by E. L. Doctorow - Dated 1985 by Random House - first printing, price-clipped dustjacket
- City of God: A Novel by E. L. Doctorow - Dated 2000 by Random House - first printing, bottom half of front cover of dustjacket shows light rippling
- Mystic River by Dennis Lehane - Dated 2001 by William Morrow - Stated first edition
- Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden - Dated 1997 by Alfred A. Knopf - Stated first edition

Unless otherwise noted, the books in this lot are in good, intact condition with some age/wear indications. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $10.50
Lot 9078

$50
This lot is part of the personal library of scholar and feminist activist Marilyn French (1929-2009). We were recently contacted by her heirs to handle the sale of her personal collection of reference titles and literature and this lot is one of many we will be offering over the course of today’s auction, from that large collection. Many of the books are signed by French as an owner's inscription. In her work, French asserted that women's oppression is an intrinsic part of the male-dominated global culture. Ms. French was a prolific author whose novels as well as books of essays and literary criticism all explored this theme.

This shelf lot includes the group of books shown in the corresponding image. Due to the high volume of books we are selling at this auction, we will be offering a number of bulk buy opportunities such as this one during the course of the day. To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction. As with all the books in our shelf lots, these are generally in good condition with some age/wear indications; older books are more likely to have advanced flaws. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $500
Lot 9080

$100
Title: Jailbird
Author: Kurt Vonnegut
Publisher: Delacorte Press / Seymour Lawrence
Printing Year: 1979 Signed First Printiing

Condition/Details: Bound in black cloth with bright gilt and silver lettering, this volume is a scarce autographed copy of the celebrated American author's ninth novel.

Its plot concerns a man recently released from a low security prison after having served time for a minor role in the Watergate scandal. The novel uses a standard memoir format, revealing Walter F. Starbuck's current situation, then going back to tell the story of his first two days after being released from prison. Through Walter F. Starbuck and near-rambling biographical sketches of the various characters referenced in the novel, "Jailbird" concerns itself with the history of the American labor movement, while also pointing out flaws in corporate America, the American political system, the American red scare of the late 1950s, and both capitalist and communist theory.

"Jailbird" also features a brief appearance of Kilgore Trout, a recurring Vonnegut character who writes science fiction novels and stories. However in this appearance, "Kilgore Trout" is revealed to be the pseudonym of a character in prison, deliberately contradicting the autobiographical details of Trout's life as delineated in both earlier and subsequent Vonnegut novels. (Plot summary courtesy of Wikipedia)

The author's signature appears on the title page. The volume shows light external age/wear, and is solidly bound with clean pages. Original dustjacket is intact and in mylar cover. The book measures approximately 6" x 8 1/2" and contains 246 pages. It should be noted that other signed Vonnegut titles are being offered in this auction. Please also see lots 148, 200, 274, 348, 408. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $4.50
Lot 9082

$14
This lot includes the group of vintage German-language magazines and ephemera shown in the corresponding image. This collection is made up of the following titles: Two issues of "Velhagen & Klasings Monatshefte" (1926, 1928/29); "Westermanns Monatshefte: Illustrierte Zeitschrift furs deutsche Haus" (August 1927, August 1939); "Der Hochweg: Ein Monatsblatt fur Leben und Wirken" (March, August, September, October, November, December 1928; January 1929); one issue of "Suddeutsche Monatshefte" (October/November 1923); three issues of "etc." (Sept-Nov. 1936); one issue of "Chemiker-Zeitung" (dated January 5, 1935);"Der deutsche Genius" (1924); a review of Spengler's "Untergang des Abendlandes" by Johannes Weise; and a publication of the Stadtbibliothek Lubeck entitled "Livlandische Historien, 1556 - 1561" by Johannes Renner (1953). Also present in this group is a bilingual edition of songs of the Ukraine, an issue of the Italian magazine "Il Carroccio" (June 1930). To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $16.50
Lot 9084

$40
This lot is part of the personal library of scholar and feminist activist Marilyn French (1929-2009). We were recently contacted by her heirs to handle the sale of her personal collection of reference titles and literature and this lot is one of many we will be offering over the course of today’s auction, from that large collection. In her work, French asserted that women's oppression is an intrinsic part of the male-dominated global culture. Ms. French was a prolific author whose novels as well as books of essays and literary criticism all explored this theme.

This auction lot includes the following group of titles:

- Powers of Horror: An Essay on Abjection by Julia Kristeva - Dated 1982 by Columbia University Press - dustjacket with small tears and sunning to spine
- The Care of the Self by Michel Foucault - Dated 1986 by Pantheon Books - Stated first American Edition in dustjacket
- After Virtue: A Study in Moral Theory by Alasdair MacIntyre - Dated 1981 by University of Notre Dame Press - dustjacket
- Essays on European Literature by E. R. Curtius - Dated 1973 by Princeton University Press - dustjacket
- Allegorical Imagery: Some Mediaeval Books and Their Posterity by Rosemond Tuve - Dated 1968 by Princeton University Press - dustjacket

Unless otherwise noted, the books in this lot are in good, intact condition with some age/wear indications. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $9.50
Lot 9086

$70
This auction lot includes the following group of autographed titles by American travel writer and novelist Paul Theroux:

- My Secret History - Dated 1989 by G. P. Putnam's Sons - first printing in dustjacket
- The Mosquito Coast - Dated 1982 by Houghton Mifflin Company - first printing in mylar-covered dustjacket
- Picture Palace - Dated 1978 by Houghton Mifflin Company - first printing in mylar-covered dustjacket
- Kowloon Tong - Dated 1997 by Hougton Mifflin Company - first printing in dustjacket
- Half Moon Street: Two Short Novels - Dated 1984 by Houghton Mifflin Company - first printing in dustjacket
- Sir Vidia's Shadow: A Friendship Across Five Continents - Dated 1998 by Houghton Mifflin Company - first printing in dustjacket
- Dark Star Safari: Overland from Cairo to Cape Town - Dated 2003 by Houghton Mifflin Company - dustjacket

Unless otherwise noted, the books in this lot are in good, intact condition with some age/wear indications. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $10.50
Lot 9088

$30
This lot is part of the personal library of scholar and feminist activist Marilyn French (1929-2009). We were recently contacted by her heirs to handle the sale of her personal collection of reference titles and literature and this lot is one of many we will be offering over the course of today’s auction, from that large collection. Many of the books are signed by French as an owner's inscription. In her work, French asserted that women's oppression is an intrinsic part of the male-dominated global culture. Ms. French was a prolific author whose novels as well as books of essays and literary criticism all explored this theme.

This shelf lot includes the very large group of books shown in the corresponding image. Due to the high volume of books we are selling at this auction, we will be offering a number of bulk buy opportunities such as this one during the course of the day. To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction. As with all the books in our shelf lots, these are generally in good condition with some age/wear indications; older books are more likely to have advanced flaws. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $600
Lot 9090

$90
Title: Beowulf: A New Verse Translation
Translator: Seamus Heaney
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Printing Year: 2000 Signed First Bilingual Edition

Condition/Details: Bound in black quarter-cloth over blue speckled black boards with bright gilt lettering to spine, this volume is a scarce autographed edition of the "elegiac narrative of the adventures of Beowulf, a Scandanavian hero who saves the Danes from the seemingly invincible monster Grendel and, later, from Grendel's mother. He then returns to his own country and dies in old age in a vivid fight against a dragon. This Anglo-Saxon poem is about encountering the monstrous, defeating it, and then having to live on in the exhausted aftermath." The translator's signature appears on the title page. The volume is in excellent condition, and is solidly bound with clean pages. Intact dustjacket is in mylar cover. The book measures approximately 6 1/4" x 9 1/4" and contains 213 pages. It should be noted that several additional signed Heaney titles are being offered in this auction. Please also see lots 22, 124, 180, 314, 324, 394. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $4.50
Lot 9092

$26
This lot is part of the personal library of scholar and feminist activist Marilyn French (1929-2009). We were recently contacted by her heirs to handle the sale of her personal collection of reference titles and literature and this lot is one of many we will be offering over the course of today’s auction, from that large collection. Many of the books are signed by French as an owner's inscription. In her work, French asserted that women's oppression is an intrinsic part of the male-dominated global culture. Ms. French was a prolific author whose novels as well as books of essays and literary criticism all explored this theme.

This shelf lot includes the large group of books shown in the corresponding image. Due to the high volume of books we are selling at this auction, we will be offering a number of bulk buy opportunities such as this one during the course of the day. To inspect and acquire more detailed information about this lot, please attend our live preview before the auction. As with all the books in our shelf lots, these are generally in good condition with some age/wear indications; older books are more likely to have advanced flaws. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $600
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