There is NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A scarce copy containing the appearance of Poe's classic tale, The Purloined Letter. Seller Inventory ABE Published by William E. Burton, Philadelphia About this Item: William E. The pages have some discoloration expected for a book that is over years old.
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The pages have NO marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a wonderful copy of this scarce edition. First Thus. Hardbound in publisher's slip case. No dust jacket, as issued. Signed by Raphael Soyer on the limitation page. Illustrations by Alice Neel, Limited edition of printed copies.
Signed by Author s. From: Llibres del Mirall Barcelona, Spain.
About this Item: Mankato, Creative Education, Illustrated by Kristopher Copeland. Tela editorial con sobrecubierta ilustrada. Muy buen ejemplar. Book in English. Literatura inglesa. Published by U.
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About this Item: U. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. Jacket in mylar. Published by Gauntlet Press About this Item: Gauntlet Press, Full Black Leather. Condition: Fine - As New. Allois illustrator. Limited Lettered First Edition. A beautiful Limited Lettered First Edition, signed by Ray Bradbury on the half-title page, by the illustrator on the limitation page, and lettered "R" of only 52 Deluxe Lettered editions.
The book is in beautiful condition with fantastical colorful illustrations by Allois. With a bright colorful dustjacket also in like new condition. All is laid in a black leather traycase with gold titling and lined in black silk with a bound-in silk lift-up ribbon. Also included is a page chapbook, "Fragments," a 5" x 7" color print portrait of Ray Bradbury by Allois included only in the Deluxe Lettered edition. Loose Signatures. First Edition Thus. Bright and unmarred. Signed by Neel and Soyer. This is a set of loose signatures of Poe's classic tale printed by the Anthoensen Press on mould-made paper, designed by Ben Shiff and hand-set by Michael and Winifred Bixler.
The bound copies were bound by John Isakovics in hand-marbled paper by Faith Harrison. Alice Neel died shortly before the publication of this volume and the images are dark and exceptional and include her stunning skull "self-portrait" the last not present in the loose signatures. The printer brought blank pages to Neel to sign and she signed approximately of them before she passed away. This copy is additionally interesting as it was a printer's proof from Anthoensen Press and is unnumbered. Illustrated by Helen Allois. Published in an edition of copies. This is one of 52 lettered copies signed by both Bradbury and Allois; there were also 50 signed, numbered copies; and unsigned copies.
A fine copy in a fine dust jacket. Traycase with light shelfwear. Signed by Bradbury and Allois on tipped-in pages. Signed By Author. Published by Crown 4to, 26cm, pp. About this Item: Crown 4to, 26cm, pp. Number of standard copies on Pannekoek paper and printed by Enschede en Zonen in the Fleischman roman types of Illustratted with ten aquatints. Blue-green balloon line, gilt-blocked on the front with a device by John Buckland-Wiright, titled in gilt at the spine spine a bit faded.
Title-page offset, a little spotting mainly to prelims. A very good copy. One of 50 unnumbered copies signed by Bradbury and Allois. Hardcover, bound in boards with dust jacket. Seller Inventory Of-1A-B. Condition: Near Fine with no dust jacket. Reprint; First Printing. Near Fine with no dust jacket. Presumed first edition thus [no statement of later printing]. Near Fine copy [minor upper corner bumping] [no Dust Wrapper, as issued]. Navy buckram cloth boards, HM blind-stamped emblems at front and back, black embossed spine titles, some shelf wear, rub. Bind good; hinges intact.
A collection of Poe's most celebrated writings. From introduction: The position occupied by Poe among Americans is unique. He is regarded by foreign critics as the most original and important writer this country has produced. Here is presented a most instructive collection of his pieces, unedited, for examination and enjoyment. Edgar Allan Poe's hazy narrative begins on a night in December when "The Raven" haunts the unnamed narrator who sits reading "forgotten lore" to sublimate the loss of his love, Lenore.
A "rapping at his chamber door" reveals nothing, yet excites his soul to "burning". A similar rapping, slightly louder, is heard at his window. When he investigates, a raven enters his chamber. Paying no attention, the raven perches atop a bust of Pallas high above the door. Amused by the raven's comically serious disposition, the man asks that the bird tell him its name. The raven's only answer is "Nevermore". The narrator is surprised that the raven can talk, though at this point it has said nothing further. The narrator remarks to himself that his "friend" will soon fly out of his life, just as "other friends have flown before".
The raven responds again with "Nevermore". The narrator reasons that the bird learned the word "Nevermore" from some "unhappy master" and that it is the only word it knows. Show description. Number one ny instances bestselling writer Nora Roberts provides a set together with all 4 novels in her desirable saga in regards to the lives and loves of 4 brothers at the windswept shorelines of the Chesapeake Bay.
Golden Deer Classics proudly provides this megaset which regroups the 1st 3 volumes of the "50 masterpieces you need to learn prior to you die" sequence.
Contents:See separate volumes descriptions to get the exhaustive record of books incorporated in that megaset. Used for short in page count , unbound, staple-bound, or otherwise lightly bound publications. Compact disc with standard audio tracks. Cassette tape. Digital recording in any format that is downloaded directly from the Internet.
This category includes podcasts. Year Title The Cask of Amontillado [ as by Edgar A. Poe ]. La barrique d'amontillado.
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