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A Word Child
A Word Child
The Word Child
By Iris Murdoch
First Edition, First Impression (Chatto & Windus, 1975) Small bump to spine foot, else fine. Original and unclipped dust jacket has very slight fading to spine panel with signs of trivial wear to extremities. An excellent copy.
Now We Are Six
By A A Milne
First Deluxe Edition (Methuen & Co, 1927). Illustrations by E. H. Shepard.
Ink gift inscription to front endpaper (dated 1928), green silk ribbon marker, all edges gilt, original green limp leather gilt, occasional light rubbing and marking to covers, spine slightly faded; browning to half-title. Very good indeed.
By Thomas Pynchon
First Edition, First Impression (Viking, 1973). Winner of the 1974 National Book Award and one of 4,000 copies in hardcover. First Issue dust jacket with the ISBN lettered in white over red on the rear panel and publishers date code '0273' on lower front flap. Couple of minor bumps and a little rubbing to corners of boards, contents pristine. Price-clipped dust jacket has a few soft creases and a little abrasion to top corner of rear panel. An excellent example of a novel considered by some to be among the greatest American Novels.
By Richard Bachman
UK First Edition, First Impression (New English Library, 1985). Written by Stephen King under his 'Richard Bachman' pseudonym and adapted to film in 1996. A little pushing to spine tips; edges toned. Original and unclipped dust jacket has light wear to spine tips. An excellent, near fine copy.
I Am Legend
By Richard Matheson
First edition, first impression (Walker & Co, 1954). Signed, inscribed and dated by the author to the front endpaper: '7/08 To Bruce - all best - Richard Matheson'. 8vo, publisher's white cloth, spine stamped in black. Light toning to edges. The original and unclipped dust jacket has a tiny nick to top edge and small 6mm closed tear to bottom edge of rear panel; very faint toning to spine panel. A fine copy otherwise. Famously adapted to film as 'The Last Man on Earth' in 1964, 'The Omega Man' in 1971 and 'I am Legend' in 2007.