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Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1974. Sendak, Maurice. First Thus. Hard Cover.
Includes publisher's slipcase. Spine slightly faded.
xxiv, 1101 pp. A collection of 156 classic fairy tales translated into English from the original Danish by Erik Christian Haugaard, with a foreword by Virginia Haviland, and cover.....
New York: Allen Brothers, 1869. Hartmann, Carl; Dalziel. Hard Cover.
Spine faded, ink name stamp crossed out on title page, ink name and date on front endpaper.
vi, 9-154, 7-187,  pp. Beautiful blind-stamped purple cloth, gilt titles and decorations. Engraved frontispiece, portrait of Andersen from a painting by Carl.....
Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1871. Half-Leather.
First edition in English. Spine faded, pencil name on front endpaper.
209; 294 pp. 8vo. Two works in one volume. Leather spine and corners, gilt titles and rules, marbled boards, edges, and endpapers. De Forest was best known for his Civil War novel Miss.....
New York: Farrar Straus Giroux, 1993. First Edition. Hard Cover.
First American edition. Top edge lightly foxed.
453 pp. Translated from the Danish by Tiina Nunnally. "It happened in the Copenhagen snow. A six-year-old boy, a Greenlander like Smilla, fell to his death from the top of his apartment building.....
Franklin Center, Pennsylvania: The Franklin Library, 1977. Full-Leather.
Top corner and base of some pages lightly stained.
612 pp. Full dark brown leather, gilt titles and decorations, all edges gilt, silk moire endpapers, ribbon marker bound in. Six plays by the three-time nominee for the Nobel Prize in Literature, translated.....
London: Methuen & Co Ltd, 1961. First Edition. Hard Cover.
First edition of the English translation. Includes original jacket. Endpapers faintly foxed, jacket toned with minimal biopredation along edges. Very Good.
vi, 201,  pp. 8vo. A novel by the winner of the 1955 Nobel Prize for Literature, and a......
Athens: Ohio University Press, 1987. Trade Paperback.
Light edge wear.
175 pp. Translated from the original Norwegian by Elizabeth Rokken. Intimate, economical recordings and observations of twentieth century women, and Sandel's feminist orientation and eye for painterly detail, which invite comparison with Colette - are evident.