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The American Spectator: A Literary Newspaper (Vol.I,  Nos 1-7, 1932-33)
1 The American Spectator: A Literary Newspaper (Vol.I, Nos 1-7, 1932-33)
New York City The American Spectator Inc. 1932-1933 Volume I, Nos. 1-7 Soft cover Very good condition 
Aren't these handsome with their original colorful bands? The bands slip on and off, so not to worry about being able to read the articles. What's interesting also is the fact that these are the first ever issues. There are many voices here that you will recognize -- Theodore Dreiser, Eugene O'Neill, Clarence Darrow, Liam O'Flaherty, Louis Untermeyer, Sean O'Casey, Booth Tarkington, and more. Closed the papers measures 9" x 11-1/2". Only volume I shows some toning to front pages. NOTE -- this is not the political magazine of the same name. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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The Story of A Story & Three Stories (Jessamyn West, 1982), West Jessamyn
2 West Jessamyn The Story of A Story & Three Stories (Jessamyn West, 1982)
University of California Berkely Friends of the Bancroft Library 1982 #30 in a series of keesakes soft cover Very good 
Very clean, handsome booklet with yapped edges that are actually in good condition. There's one crease to lower front corner and a tiny tear to lower back edge -- otherwise pristine inside and out with no names or writing. Booklet measures 6-1/2"x9-1/2" and has 67 pages. The author's portrait is at frontis (see second photo). Booklet contains four offerings, none of which were previously collected together and two of the stories "A Man Like A Mule" and "Babes in the Woods" had never been published at all. The other stories are "The Story of A Story", originally published in Pacific Spectator in 1949 and "Horace Chooney, M.D.", originally published in Madamoiselle magazine in 1947. Very nice! 
Price: 12.00 USD
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