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Day the Martians Came, The

By: Pohl, Frederik

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Norwalk, Conn, Easton Press: 1988

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 004781

Condition: New


This is a volume in Fine condition from the Easton Press. It is a First Edition and First Printing from the extraordinary Science Fiction author Frederik Pohl. The book is signed by the author. As far as the plot is concerned, I think that the title pretty much says it all. As always with Easton Press books, this beautiful book is bound in full-tooled tan leather with satin moiré endpapers, satin ribbon bookmark, and 22kt gold on the spine. Both the front and back boards are beautifully decorated in gilt. The paper was made especially for this edition. The leather was cut entirely by hand. A ... View more info

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Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha

By: Roddy Doyle

Price: $199.00

Publisher: Norwalk CT, Easton Press:

Edition: 1st Thus

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 006259

Condition: New


This wonderful novel takes place in Ireland. The book is brand new and still in it's original publisher's shrinkwrap. This is a story about children but it is written for adults. This is a difficult task for any writer as he must comprehend the minds of children but make his novel interesting and believable for the adult reader. The task becomes doubly hard when the author decides to eliminate the sensational subjects that we find in the news today, such as child abuse and the like. This most compelling novel was the 1993 winner of the Booker McConnell Prize which is the most prestigious liter... View more info

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Empire Falls

By: Russo, Richard

Price: $220.00

Publisher: Norwalk CT, Easton Press:

Edition: 1st Thus

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 004920

Condition: New


Here is the book that won the Pulitzer Prize for Literature in 2002. Richard Russo, from his first book "Mohawk", up to the present time, has clearly demonstrated his empathy with the Human Tragicomedy. With Empire Falls, a stunning novel, he extends even further his claims on the blue-collar heart of the country. This is the story of Dexter County, Maine, and specifically the town of Empire Falls. Empire Falls has been in decline for decades and has lost just about all of its businesses. The working classes, meanwhile, continue to attempt to eke out a living with what is left. This st... View more info

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What Makes Sammy Run?

By: Schulberg, Budd

Price: $175.00

Publisher: Norwalk, CT, Easton Press:

Edition: 1st Thus

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 003684

Condition: New


Budd Schulberg was born into a family that helped create the movie business. His father ran Paramount Pictures with great success until he was pushed out of his job in the 1930's. Budd excelled as a screenwriter and contributed to such films as "A Star is Born". He loved the movies but not the business. He put his love, his insider's knowledge, and his rage into this wonderful novel. The novel tells the story of the ruthless and unscrupulous Sammy Glick. What Makes Sammy Run was a huge bestseller and is considered today by many to be the Greatest novel ever written about Hollywood. Sch... View more info

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Lonliness of the Long Distance Runner, The

By: Sillitoe, Alan

Price: $175.00

Publisher: Norwalk CT, Easton Press: 2002

Edition: 1st Thus

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 002219

Condition: New


The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner is comprised of the title novella and eight stories about working-class outsiders scorned by the "Establishment". A watershed publishing event and a harbinger of social rebellion during the 1960's, the title was an extraordinary critical success and an immediate best seller when it was first published in 1959. It has remained so ever since, thanks to Sillitoe's virtuoso writing, his lucid portrayal of a world rarely seen and the profound resonance these stories have with all who feel the pressure to compromise their ideals. Alan Sillitoe is on... View more info

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A Thousand Acres

By: Smiley, Jane

Price: $175.00

Publisher: Norwalk CT, Easton Press:

Edition: 1st Thus

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 005109

Condition: New


A true modern classic signed by the author. Typical of the Easton Press books, this volume is bound superbly and makes a fine presentation. This beautiful book is bound in full-tooled deep blue leather with satin moiré endpapers, satin ribbon bookmark and 22kt gold on the spine. The spine has raised bands in the style of classic bookbinding. Beautiful gilt designs ornament the front as well as the back boards. The paper was made especially for this edition. The leather was cut entirely by hand. The volume is brand new and still in the publisher's shrinkwrap. Published by Easton Press it is a ... View more info

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White Teeth

By: Smith, Zadie

Price: $165.00

Publisher: Norwalk, CT, Easton Press:

Edition: 1st Thus

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 005128

Condition: New


This book is in the original publisher's shrink wrap. White Teeth, originally published in the year 2000 is an acclaimed novel by the British author Zadie Smith. It focuses on the later lives of two wartime friends - a Bangladeshi and an Englishman Archie Jones as well as their families in London. The book won multiple honors, including the 2000 James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction, the 2000 Whitbread Book Award in the category of best first novel. Time Magazine included the novel in its TIME 100 Best English-language Novels from 1923 to 2005. This is a beautiful copy signed by the auth... View more info

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I, The Jury

By: Spillane, Mickey

Price: $165.00

Publisher: Norwalk CT, Easton Press: 2003

Edition: 1st Thus

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 007278

Condition: New


In the original publisher's shrinkwrap this Fine volume is New and has never been read. It is in As New condition and it is Signed by Mickey Spillane. This novel is important to twentieth century literature. It was originally published in 1946 and it caused much controversy because people were initially repelled by what was then considered excessive violence, sex, and vigilantism. The first printing was a mere 7000 copies. When the novel was republished in the paperback format it marked the beginning of an unprecedented literary and pop-culture phenomenon. Millions of copies were sold as reade... View more info

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No Future Without Forgiveness

By: Tutu, Desmond

Price: $295.00

Publisher: Norwalk, CT, Easton Press:

Edition: 1st Thus

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 005176

Condition: New


This book is brand new and in the original publisher's shrink wrap so please forgive the picture. The shrink wrap distorts when it is scanned. The book is personally signed by Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu. When South Africa's changed from the system of apartheid to democracy the work of building a new nation had begun. The new leaders saw That the nation would have to be one of not just legislative concerns but the nation would also have to deal with infrastructure and commercial issues. After years of violence and civil unrest the very soul of the country had been damaged and needed ... View more info

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Slapstick

By: Vonnegut, Jr., Kurt

Price: $289.00

Publisher: Norwalk CT, Easton Press:

Edition: 1st Thus

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 004095

Condition: New


This book is still in the original publishers shrinkwrap. Slapstick is often cited as being one of the finest novels of the twentieth century. Vonnegut's incredible gift for finding the farcical in even the most horrific situation is on full display here. The novel irreverently tackles the pain of human loneliness, mocks organized religion, and boldly criticizes marriage, love, patriotism, and the ruling class system. Truly, Vonnegut is the master of dark comedy! This volume is brand-new and has never been read. It is in as new condition. This beautiful book is bound in full-tooled leather wit... View more info

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Galapagos

By: Vonnegut, Jr., Kurt

Price: $249.00

Publisher: Norwalk CT, Easton Press: 2005

Edition: 1st Thus

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 004250

Condition: New


Just Reduced! This book is still in the original publishers shrinkwrap. From the author of Breakfast of Champions and Slaughterhouse Five, this beautiful Easton Press edition of Galapagos is in as new condition. Kurt Vonnegut is surely one of our most important living novelists and certainly one of the most funny and bizarre writers that has ever put pen to paper. Galapagos is set "one million years ago, back in 1986 A.D." It is a post-apocalyptic tale of humorous irony. Originally published in 1985, the book is a genealogical romp laced with oddball Darwinian references. It provides u... View more info

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Player Piano

By: Vonnegut, Jr., Kurt

Price: $289.00

Publisher: Norwalk CT, Easton Press:

Edition: 1st Thus

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 004847

Condition: New


Player Piano was Kurt Vennegut's first novel. It was originally published in 1952. Vonnegut had previously worked as a PR writer for General Electric's renowned Research Laboratory. There he saw the technology of the future, including computer controlled machines that would do work traditionally done by people. Player Piano draws extensively from his experiences at the Laboratory. Set in an America where the only people that have any purpose are the elite technocrats who control the computers which control everything else. It is the story of engineer Paul Proteus, who joins a rebellion of thos... View more info

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Welcome to the Monkey House

By: Vonnegut, Jr., Kurt

Price: $289.00

Publisher: Norwalk CT, Easton Press:

Edition: 1st Thus

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 004853

Condition: New


This book is still in the original publishers shrinkwrap. This book is in As New condition and has never been read. The book was originally published in 1968 in response to the growing popularity of Vonnegut's books when they were released in paperback and introduced to a new generation. There are twenty-three stories and one essay contained in the book. The works were written for magazines as various as The Saturday Evening Post, Playboy, Fantasy and Science Fiction, and The Ladies Home Journal. They well display both the diversity and development of Kurt Vonnegut's prodigious talent. This be... View more info

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Bluebeard

By: Vonnegut, Jr., Kurt

Price: $249.00

Publisher: Norwalk CT, Easton Press: 2005

Edition: 1st Thus

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 004248

Condition: New


This book is still in the original publishers shrinkwrap. Bluebeard is Kurt Vonnegut's classic novel from 1985. It resurrects the character Rabo Karabekian from 'Breakfast of Champions". The novel exudes the multi-faceted wit and defiant literary style of this most creative writer. Thematically the book pokes fun at the modern concept of art-for-investment. It also characterizes humankind's penchant for the passionate creation and the systematic destruction of Love and Beauty. This beautiful book is bound in full-tooled gray leather with satin moiré endpapers, satin ribbon bookmark and 22... View more info

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Banker to the Poor

By: Yunus, Muhammad

Price: $149.00

Publisher: Norwalk CT, Easton Press:

Edition: 1st Thus

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 006282

Condition: New


This As-New Signed volume is still in the original publisher's Shrinkwrap. Anything that appears as markings or defects on the photo are only the result of scanning through the Shrinkwrap. The book is perfect.. Muhammad Yunus is a bona fide visionary. He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2006. His dream is the total eradication of poverty from the world. In 1983, against the advice of banking and government officials, Yunus established a bank (Grameen) devoted to providing the poorest of Bangladesh with minuscule loans. The bank now provides over 2.5 billion dollars of micro-loans to more than two ... View more info