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Bungalow Books
Mike Tuck
PO Box 369 Pueblo CO 81002 719-251-2661
www.bungalowbooks.com
mail@bungalowbooks.com
Modern First Editions, Poetry, Detective Fiction
Booth Number: 77  

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Jacques the Fatalist and His Master. Diderot, Denis. New York: New York University Press, 1959
 

Description:
Translated by J. Robert Loy. A small tear to the head of the spine, and the top panel. A picaresque novel partially inspired by Laurence Sterne's Tristram Shandy, Diderot's ironic critique of the morals of the time. Considered a precursor to postmodern literature. Very Good in a Very Good dust jacket.
 

Price $450.00

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50 Poems. Cummings, E.E. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, (1940). First Printing. .
 

Description:
Light chipping to the head of the spine, and the top of the front panel. An attractive copy with a few short closed tears. Publisher's price of $1.50 on the front flap. First trade edition of 1000 copies after a limited edition published a month earlier. Firmage A18b.
 

Price $625.00

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Canyon de Chelly. Hillerman, Tony. (Aliso Viejo, CA): James Cahill Publishing, 1998.
 

Description:
Copy number 37 of 174 numbered copies, signed by Hillerman. In decorative marbled boards, issued in slipcase. Uncredited black-and-white illustrations by Ernest Franklin. Fine in slipcase.
 

Price $250.00

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Give 'Em the Ax. Fair, A.A. New York: William Morrow, 1944.
 

Description:
First Printing. A chip to the bottom of the front panel and top corner. A closed tear to the top of the front panel, and age toning to the rear panel. An attractive copy with the publisher's price of $2.00 on the front flap. A Donald Lam/Bertha Cool mystery. Very Good in a Very Good dust jacket, and scarce as such.
 

Price $850.00

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Leaning Into the Wind: Women Write from the Heart of the West. (ANTHOLOGY) HASSELSTROM, Linda; Gaydell COLLIER, & Nancy CURTIS. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1997.
 

Description:
Signed by the three editors on the title page, and by the following authors at their contributions: Cindy French, Twyla Hansen, C. J. Prince, Louise Steneck, Vivian Hamburg, Morgan Songi, Trudy Wardwell (briefly inscribed), Ruth Schubarth, Bobbie Saunders, Carole Workman-Allen, Lori Hale, Kathy Wood, Vivian Hamburg, Marie Ellenberger, Laurie Wagner Buyer and Sharon Frank. The editors of this anthology spent several years collecting writings by women of the High Plains states: North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming. Fine in a Fine dust jacket.
 

Price $250.00

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