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1 Abbott, Lee K. & James W. Hall & Ridley Pearson The Putt at the End of the World
New York Warner Books 2000 0446526002 / 9780446526005 First Edition; Second Printing Hardcover Very Good in Good+ dust jacket 
Price tag flaw on front cover. ; Book Description Mylar and paper (Demco) protective cover. Dust jacket is intact with no nicks or tears. Spine has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are shiny, square and without wear. Alfonso Zamora is an aging, Mexican, senior tour player who discovers he's going blind. Rita Shaugnessy is a lusty, hard-drinking, down-on-her-luck golfer on the women's pro tour. Billy Sprague is a country club pro with the most beautiful golf swing -- except when there's money on the line. All three receive an invitation from Phillip Bates, the richest man in the world, to play in a mysterious golf tournament held on a never-before-seen course in Scotland. There, the three will play in what will be the golf match of all time and whose results will somehow affect the fate of the world. With each writer contributing a chapter and passing it on to the next, "The Putt at the End of the World" is a hilarious, roller coaster ride of a novel. ; 9.10 X 6.10 X 1 inches; 242 pages; Ships within 24 hours. Great Customer Service, 100% Money Back Guaranteed. We aim to please. Please e-mail for questions. 
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2 Abrams, Meyer Howard The Norton Anthology of English Literature, Vol. 2
New York WW Norton & Co 1986 0393954781 / 9780393954784 Fifth Edition Paperback Fair 
Bumping of one corners and wear on edges. Pencil marks on table of contents; otherwise unmarked. Good reading copy. ; Book Description; Spine has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are square and with minor wear. This fifth edition's thoroughly revised text incorporates recent scholarly developments while retaining the elements that have made the anthology useful in the past. New features includes a broader representation of women writers of all historical periods such as Marie de France, Frances Burney, Charlotte Smith, Mary Robinson, Elizabeth Gaskell and Eavan Boland; a richer treatment of post-Colinial writers such as Jean Rhys, Chinua Achebe, V. S. Naipaul, Anita Desai, Les Murray, Salman Rushdie, J. M. Coetzee and Paul Mundoon; and a new set of cultural and thematic "Issues" such as "The Literature of the Sacred", "The Science of Self and World", "Slavery and Freedom", "Revolution, Rights and Liberation" and "The Rise and Fall of Empire". The period introductions, author headnotes, annotations and bibliographies have been revised and many have been rewritten for this edition. The highlight of this edition is a new verse translation of "Beowulf" by Seamus Heaney.; Trade PB; 8.1 x 5.2 x 2.3 inches; 2624 pages 
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3 Agosin, Marjorie Secret Weavers: Stories of the Fantastic by Women Writers of Argentina and Chile
New York White Pine Pr 1991 1877727156 / 9781877727153 Paperback Very Good+ 
Book Description; Spine has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are square and with minor wear. A clever storyteller casts a spell over an arrogant Chilean colonel with two whispered words; a dreamy housewife searches for her Viennese ancestors on a nonexistent street in Buenos Aires; a young, unmarried woman is haunted by her lost childhood toys, which bring unease rather than pleasure when she finds them years later. These imaginative, allegorical tales by Isabel Allende, Alicia Steimberg and Silvina Ocampo, respectively, appear with works by other Latin American women in this evocative collection. Often the stories portray women who reject traditional roles to boldly pursue their dreams, like the protagonist in one of Ocampo's tales who "hurled herself into the air as though she had wings." While these tales place readers in the realm of magic, they also carry powerful historical messages. In Alejandra Pizarnik's grisly story, a countess tortures and murders hundreds before she is imprisoned in her own castle, even then "never revealing the slightest remorse." Agosin is the author of Latin American Women in Literature. First serial to Ms. Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc. From Kirkus Reviews A sometimes uneven collection of over 40 stories by Latin American women, demonstrating that magic realism is rather a shared response to the region's landscape and history than the exclusive property of male writers like Borges and Garc¡ a M rquez. Except for Isabel Allende's ``Two Words'' and Luisa Valenzuela's ``Country Carnival'' and ``The Legend of the Self- Sufficient Child,' ' none of the stories has been previously published in the US. Arranged in seven groups with such common themes as ``Compulsive Dreamers,' ' ``The Wild Mirrors,' ' and ``Annunciations,' ' the pieces tend to be more preoccupied with domestic than political themes, though Chilean Elizabeth Subercaseaux's ``Silendra'' and Uruguayan Christina Peri Rossi's ``The Annunciation'' are striking political allegories. Notable authors include: Maria Luisa Bombal, born in 1907, who writes of a magical world--her heroine in ``The Maria Griselda'' is so beautiful that even frogs are in love with her--that is defined by social conventions of an earlier time; and younger writers like Liliana Hecker and Angelica Gorodischer, whose stories not only have contemporary settings--the appliance-filled house of compulsive cleaner Daisy in Hecker's ``When Everything Shines'' and the murdering soap-opera addict in Gorodischer's ``The Perfect Married Woman''--but whose plots, however fantastical, have solid psychological bases. A few tales are sometimes strained in execution and concept, but mostly this felicitously translated collection is a welcome introduction to a wealth of hitherto unfamiliar talent. -- Copyright ©1991, Kirkus Associates, LP. All rights reserved. ; Trade PB; 13.1 x 8.4 x 1.1 inches; 338 pages 
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4 ALGREN, Nelson Nelson Algren's Own Book of Lonesome Monsters
New York Bernard Geis Associates 1963 First Printing Hardcover Good+ in Fair dust jacket 
Wear on corners and edges of dust jacket (refurbished) ; otherwise unmarked. Bumping and wear on some corners. ; Book Description; Mylar and paper (Demco) protective cover. Dust jacket is intact with some nicks or tears. Spine has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are shiny, square and with minor wear. ; 8.30 X 5.40 X 1.20 inches; 213 pages 
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5 Allende, Isabel & Margaret Sayers Peden The Stories of Eva Luna
New York Atheneum 1991 0689121024 / 9780689121029 Hardcover Very Good+ in Near Fine dust jacket 
Unmarked. ; Book Description; Dust Jacket is intact and covered in protective (Demco) plastic film and paper. Spine has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are square and with minor wear. Ships Safe and Fast. In 1988, Isabel Allende published Eva Luna, a novel which recounted the adventurous life of a poor young Latin American woman who finds happiness and some degree of worldly success through her ability as a storyteller. In this new book, we are presented with a treasure trove of stories, showing us once more why Eva Luna--and Isabel Allende--has won such a large and devoted audience. ; 9.10 X 6 X 1.10 inches; 288 pages 
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6 Amis, Martin Heavy Water and Other Stories
New York Harmony 1999 0609601296 / 9780609601297 First American Edition; First Printing Hardcover Very Good in Very Good dust jacket 
Unmarked. ; Book Description; Dust Jacket is intact and covered in protective (Demco) plastic film and paper. Spine has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are square and with minor wear. Ships Safe and Fast. Nine dazzling stories from the critically acclaimed and best-selling author of Night Train, London Fields, and Money, Heavy Water and Other Stories is a literal landscape of Martin Amis's unique and alluring fiction.         Once you enter Amis's disorienting and hilarious world, you'll never be the same. Every poem will remind you of "Career Move," a story in which poets are flown first-class to Hollywood in order to take meetings with sandal-shod producers, to review sales in the millions, while screenwriters struggle in near-oblivion for publication in obscure, unread journals. Never again will you consider communication with extraterrestial life-forms without conjuring apocalyptic images of evil from "The Janitor on Mars." Witness the world of "Straight Fiction," where everyone is gay except the beleaguered straight community, and our country's "don't ask, don't tell" policy evokes images of Amis's inverted, and outrageous, vision.         From "Denton's Death," first published in 1975, to "What Happened to Me on My Holiday," published in 1997, Heavy Water and Other Stories is the most engaging and complete overview of Martin Amis's short fiction available today.; 8.30 X 5.40 X 0.90 inches; 208 pages 
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7 Andersen, C., H. (Hans Christian) Fairy tales; with 25 illustrations in full color by children of eighteen nations
New York Orion press 1958 Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Unmarked, except previous owner's name on inside cover. ; Book Description; Spine has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are square and with minor wear. Pictorial cream-colored cloth - Part of one of the illustrations in the book is reproduced on the spine and the front board - title lettered in red on spine no dust jacket. This is a Book-of-the-Month Club Edition This lovely book presents 42 fairy tale stories by the beloved Danish author, Hans Christian Andersen. It contains all of the favorites, plus a few of the lesser-known works. Altogether it is a wonderful treat. The illustrations were chosen from amongst works painted by children as part of a world-wide contest sponsored by the International Union for Child Welfare and its affiliate, Red Barnet of Denmark. Children between the ages of four and fifteen, from 48 countries, sent in their art work to a judged exhibit held in Copenhagen. 25 winning pictures were selected to grace the stories of Andersen in this book. The result is a wonderful production that speaks, not only to the imaginations of children, but to the universal appeal of the fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen; 5 3/8" x 8 1/4"; 355 pages 
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8 Atwood, Margaret & Robert Weaver The New Oxford Book of Canadian Short Stories In English
Toronto Oxford University Press, USA 1995 0195410254 / 9780195410259 Hardcover Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket 
Unmarked. ; Book Description; Mylar and paper (Demco) protective cover. Dust jacket is intact with no nicks or tears. Spine has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are shiny, square and without wear. First published in 1987, The Oxford Book of Canadian Short Stories was hailed as "a world-class anthology" in The Washington Post Book World and as "a banquet of stories...to be savored and enjoyed over and over again" in The Philadelphia Inquirer. Now, in The New Oxford Book of Canadian Short Stories, Margaret Atwood and Robert Weaver have compiled an updated anthology that surpasses the original in historical and regional balance while providing fiction lovers with another superb collection of works. Featuring 45 stories, four more than in the first edition--including new stories by 18 of the writers featured in the original--The New Oxford Book of Canadian Short Stories offers an engaging survey of Canada's leading writers and finest short stories. Here readers will find gems by such writers as W. P. Kinsella, Morley Callaghan, Timothy Findlay, Matt Cohen, and many others. And of course, there are selections by some of Canada's leading literary lights, including internationally known authors Alice Munro ("The Jack Randa Hotel") , Mavis Gallant ("Scarves, Beads, and Sandals") , and Atwood herself. But perhaps the most exciting feature is the presence of many new writers, including Thomas King, Carol Shields, Rohinton Mistry, and Dionne Brand--writers who underscore Atwood's conviction that the Canadian short story will continue to grow, mutate, re-seed itself, and flourish. The New Oxford Book of Canadian Short Stories, revised and updated, reflects the increasing diversity of the genre and the growing reputation of a new generation of Canadian writers. It belongs on the shelf of all aficionados of short fiction. ; 9.06 X 5.67 X 1.26 inches; 480 pages 
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9 Baer, Barbara L. & Maureen Anne Jennings Saltwater, Sweetwater Women Write from California North Coast
Forestville, California Floreant Pr 1998 0964949717 / 9780964949713 First Edition; First Printing Softcover Very Good 
Unmarked. ; Book Description; Spine has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are square with minor wear. Ships Safe and Fast. We found the theme for Saltwater, Sweetwater, writing about our lives on California's North Coast, in the winter months of 1997. Author Suzanne Lipsett had recently died and environmental activist Judi Bari was gravely ill with inoperable cancer. The dozen women who had put together a first collection of writing, Cartwheels on the Faultline, retreated to the North Coast to envision another book. Losing Suzanne Lipsett and Judi Bari so young to breast cancer devastated and frightened all of us. Whether or not we knew them personally, their courageous lives and deaths touched everyone who read about them. Suzanne and Judi died at the most creative time in their lives, with major work ahead and young children who still needed them. Suzanne wrote and worked as an editor through a decade of illness. The bomb that had blown up under Judi Bari's car seat had crippled but not stopped her; she organized rallies, protested, wrote, and sang through pain. To hold Suzanne and Judi in our minds longer, to honor them, we would write about the places they loved, from what Suzanne called the Sonoma savannas, to the rugged beauty and ancient forests of the North Coast. These places gave Suzanne and Judi their inspiration and purpose. Our first collection, Cartwheels on the Faultline, had bubbled up with a fountain of ideas. Unlimited, unrestrained by a theme, the book could barely contain the voices of twenty-seven Sonoma County women writing about anything and everything we wanted to say. By contrast, Saltwater, Sweetwater has had a direction from the start and has grown like a river, deepening as it gathered in tributaries. Early on, Maureen Jennings and I recognized a curious unity running through many of the manuscripts we received. All the writers understood that we were dedicating the book to Suzanne and Judi and that every piece had to touch on or be about place. The writings were all regionally connected, but beyond that, a remarkable number of them were also about ghosts, about bridging the worlds of life and death. Many stories and memoirs and poems, even the funny ones, seemed haunted, as if resisting separation and loss. As we opened envelopes with manuscripts tucked inside, we wondered if we were calling to phantoms. Or were they calling us? Suzanne Lipsett knew that her last novel, Remember Me, was her finest, and the critics acclaimed it. She next published a memoir, Surviving a Writer's Life, that blended her evolution as an artist with an exploration of the difficulties that loving words and making a living as an editor had always presented. Suzanne's husband, Tom Rider, has given us one of the essays from a book she was completing before she died. Suzanne never stopped writing her own work or editing books for others.; 8.80 X 5.80 X 0.70 inches; 247 pages 
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10 Baird-Smith, Robin Winter's Tales New Series, No 5
New York St Martins Pr 1993 0312090250 / 9780312090258 First Paperback Edition; First Printing Softcover Very Good- 
Unmarked. ; Book Description; Spine has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are square with minor wear. Ships Safe and Fast. Anthology in the thirty-five-year-old series, which presents previously unpublished short stories by new and established writers from North America, Europe, and Latin America, features works by Jorge Luis Borges, Claire Colvin, and Anita Mason. ; International Anthology of Stories by New & Established Writ; 8.20 X 5.50 X 0.90 inches; 291 pages 
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11 Barrett, Andrea Ship Fever Stories
New York W. W. Norton & Company 1996 0393316009 / 9780393316001 First Edition; First Printing Paperback Very Good+ 
Unmarked. ; Book Description; Spine has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are square and with minor wear. 1996 National Book Award Winner for Fiction. The elegant short fictions gathered hereabout the love of science and the science of love are often set against the backdrop of the nineteenth century. Interweaving historical and fictional characters, they encompass both past and present as they negotiate the complex territory of ambition, failure, achievement, and shattered dreams. In "Ship Fever," the title novella, a young Canadian doctor finds himself at the center of one of history's most tragic epidemics. In "The English Pupil," Linnaeus, in old age, watches as the world he organized within his head slowly drifts beyond his reach. And in "The Littoral Zone," two marine biologists wonder whether their life-altering affair finally was worth it. In the tradition of Alice Munro and William Trevor, these exquisitely rendered fictions encompass whole lives in a brief space. As they move between interior and exterior journeys, "science is transformed from hard and known fact into malleable, strange and thrilling fictional material" (Boston Globe). ; Trade PB; 8 X 5.40 X 0.80 inches; 256 pages 
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12 Barrett, Andrea Ship Fever and Other Stories
New York W. W. Norton & Company 1996 0393316009 / 9780393316001 First Edition (?); Second Printing Paperback Very Good+ 
Unmarked. ; Book Description; Spine has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are shiny, square and without wear. 1996 National Book Award Winner for Fiction. The elegant short fictions gathered hereabout the love of science and the science of love are often set against the backdrop of the nineteenth century. Interweaving historical and fictional characters, they encompass both past and present as they negotiate the complex territory of ambition, failure, achievement, and shattered dreams. In "Ship Fever," the title novella, a young Canadian doctor finds himself at the center of one of history's most tragic epidemics. In "The English Pupil," Linnaeus, in old age, watches as the world he organized within his head slowly drifts beyond his reach. And in "The Littoral Zone," two marine biologists wonder whether their life-altering affair finally was worth it. In the tradition of Alice Munro and William Trevor, these exquisitely rendered fictions encompass whole lives in a brief space. As they move between interior and exterior journeys, "science is transformed from hard and known fact into malleable, strange and thrilling fictional material" . ; Trade PB; 8.2 x 5.6 x 0.6 inches; 254 pages; Ships within 24 hours. Great Customer Service, 100% Money Back Guaranteed. We aim to please. Please e-mail for questions. 0393316009 
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13 Barth, John The Friday Book
New York G. P. Putnam's Sons 1984 0399129979 / 9780399129971 First Edition (?); Second Printing Hardcover Very Good 
Unmarked. ; Book Description; Dust Jacket is intact and covered in protective (Demco) plastic film and paper. Spine has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are square and with minor wear. Ships Safe and Fast. The distinguished author speculates on the future of literature and the literature of the future, looks back upon his own novels, and comments upon various aspects of writing; 9 X 6.30 X 1.20 inches; 281 pages 
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14 Beattie, Ann Park City: New and Selected Stories
New York Knopf 1998 067945506X / 9780679455066 Stated First Edition; First Printing Hardcover Very Good+ in Near Fine dust jacket 
Book Description Mylar and paper (Demco) protective cover. Dust jacket is intact with no nicks or tears. Spine has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are shiny, square and without wear. Thirty-six stories--eight appearing in a book for the first time and a generous selection from her earlier collections--give us Ann Beattie at stunning mid-career. Emotionally complex, edgy, and funny, the stories encompass a huge range of tone and feeling. The wife of a couple who have lost a child comforts her husband with an amazing act of tenderness. A man who's been shifting from place to place, always finding the same kind of people--sometimes the same people in various configurations--tries to locate himself in the universe. An intricate dance of adultery brings down a marriage. A housekeeper experiences a startling epiphany while looking into her freezer one hot summer night. The long, humorous roll of a couple's "four-night fight" finally explodes into happiness. Beattie has often been called the chronicler of her generation, and these stories capture perfectly the moods and actions of our world since the seventies: people on the move, living in group houses, smoking too much dope; people settling down, splitting up, coming to terms. ; 9.3 x 6.6 x 1.6 inches; 477 pages; Ships within 24 hours. Great Customer Service, 100% Money Back Guaranteed. We aim to please. Please e-mail for questions. 
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15 Beattie, Ann Where You'll Find Me and Other Stories
New York Collier Books 1987 0020165609 / 9780020165606 Paperback Good+ 
Unmarked. Mild faint moisture staining on first few leading edges of book. ; Book Description; Spine has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are square with minor wear. Ships Safe and Fast. A collection of short stories highlights characters who came of age in the 1960s and 1970s and includes tales about a woman's fascination with a bowl and a couple's coming-to-terms with the loss of their daughter.; 8 X 5.20 X 0.70 inches; 207 pages 
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16 Berriault, Gina Women in Their Beds New and Selected Stories
Washington, D. C. Counterpoint 1997 1887178384 / 9781887178389 First Edition (?); Fourth Printing Paperback Very Good- 
Unmarked. ; Book Description; Spine has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are square with minor wear. Ships Safe and Fast. This remarkable collection received the National Book Critics Circle Award, the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction, the Rea Award for the Short Story, a gold medal from the Commonwealth Club of California, and the Bay Area Book Reviewers Award. ; Trade PB; 8.43 X 5.85 X 0.73 inches; 342 pages 
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17 Bleiler, E. F. Three Gothic Novels: The Castle of Otranto, Vathek, The Vampyre
New York Dover Publications 1966 0486212327 / 9780486212326 Paperback Good 
Unmarked; wear on corners. ; Book Description; Spine has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are square and with minor wear. Full texts "Castle of Otranto," Walpole; "Vathek," Beckford; "The Vampyre," Polidori; "Fragment of a Novel," Lord Byron. Editorial Reviews About the Author Horace Walpole; William Beckford; Mary Shelley; Ed. Peter Fairclough, Intro. Mario Praz --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition. ; Trade PB; 0.7 x 5.3 x 8.4 inches; 291 pages 
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18 Bleiler, E. F. & Horace Walpole & William Beckford & John Polidori Three Gothic Novels The Castle of Otranto, Vathek, The Vampyre
New York Dover Publications 1966 0486212327 / 9780486212326 Paperback Very Good- 
Unmarked. Mild bumping of some corners. ; Book Description; Spine has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are square with minor wear. Ships Safe and Fast. One of the most interesting phenomena in the history of literature, the Gothic novel  which flourished from about 1765 to 1825  still has much to offer to the modern reader. Supernatural thrills, adventure and suspense, colorful settings, and, in the better examples, literary quality are all present. Unfortunately, true Gothic novels (not simply modern detective stories called "Gothic") are extremely rare books, and have never been as available as they should be. The first member in this collection, Horace Walpole's The Castle of Otranto, published as a Christmas book for 1764, was the first and one of the greatest members of the genre. It has also been one of the most influential books in history. It motivated the Gothic revival in the arts, and it probably did more to usher in the early-19th-century Romanticism than any other single work. It also served as the model in plot, characterizations, settings, and tone for hundreds, perhaps thousands of successors. Vathek, by the eccentric British millionaire William Beckford, is generally considered to be the high point of the Oriental tale in English literature. Certainly no one has ever written (in any European tongue) a story which better unifies the stirrings of Gothic romanticism with the color, poetry, and vivacity of the original Arabian Nights. The third novel in this collection, John Polidor's Vampyre, emerged from the same soirées of ghost-story telling in Geneva that produced Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. The first full-length vampire story in English, it initiated a very important literary chain that also leads up to the present. Included with Polidori's novel is Lord Byron's little-known Fragment, from which Polidori (who was Byron's physician in Switzerland) plagiarized his plot. These three novels (and the fragment) are still well worth reading. Generations of readers have found thrills and horrors in Walpole's fine work, while Vathek cannot be excelled in its unusual mixture of the bizarre, cruel irony, and masterful narration. Polidori's thriller still conveys chills, and the Fragment makes us all wish that Byron had completed his novel. ; 8.40 X 5.30 X 0.70 inches; 352 pages 
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19 Boyle, Kay Fifty Stories
New York New Directions Publishing Corporation 1992 0811212068 / 9780811212069 Paperback Good+ 
Book Description; Spine of the book has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are square and with minor wear. An eloquent testament to the possibilities of living and writing. ; Revived Modern Classic; Trade PB; 8.50 X 5.60 X 1.80 inches; 644 pages 
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20 Boyle, T. C. Without a Hero and other stories
New York The Viking Press 1994 0670849634 / 9780670849635 First Edition (?); Second Printing Hardcover Very Good in Very Good dust jacket 
Unmarked. ; Book Description; Dust Jacket is intact and covered in protective (Demco) plastic film and paper. Spine has no signs of creasing. Pages are clean and not marred by notes or folds. Covers are square and with minor wear. Ships Safe and Fast. Fifteen darkly satirical stories by the PEN/Faulkner Award-winning author of If the River Was Whiskey feature a couple in search of the last toads on earth, and a real-estate wonder boy on safari.; 9 X 6.10 X 0.90 inches; 256 pages 
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