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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.
The Remains of the Day
By Kazuo Ishiguro
First edition, first impression (Faber & Faber, 1989). Signed by the author to the title page. The third novel by the 2017 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, for which he won the Booker Prize in 1989.
Gift inscription to front endpaper; very minor bump to spine head. Original dust jacket is price-clipped, but both spine and rear panels are still bright and unfaded; very light wear to top edge. An excellent, near fine example.
Jeeves & The Tie That Binds
By P. G. Wodehouse
American First Edition, First Impression (Simon and Schuster, 1971). Very minor compression to spine tips, else fine. Light wear to extremities of original and unclipped dust jacket with a little rubbing to corners; very small closed tear to rear panel.
Of Mice and Men
By John Steinbeck
US First Edition and First Impression with "pendula" on page 9, and a bullet between the numbers on page 88, which were removed from later printings. (New York: Covici Friede, 1937). One of only 2,500 copies printed in 1937. 8vo, publisher's beige cloth, front cover and spine stamped in black and orange; spine darkened with insect damage; corners bumped; dust jacket, price-clipped with a little soiling to rear panel and closed tear to front panel; spine panel and folds tanned with some edgewear.
Heaven & Hell
By Aldous Huxley
First Edition, First Impression (Chatto & Windus, 1956). A sequel to 'The Doors of Perception' published in 1954. Spine ends and board corners bumped; a little damp staining to top edge of upper and lower boards; very faint offsetting to front and rear endpapers; small stamp to rear pastedown. Original and unclipped dust jacket has some loss to spine tips and to corners; a few nicks to top edge of front and rear panels; pink stain to verso; fore-edge and hinges rubbed; edge wear to top.