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Growing Up Simple--In Texas: An Irreverent Look at Kids in the 1950s, Arnold, George
1 Arnold, George Growing Up Simple--In Texas: An Irreverent Look at Kids in the 1950s
Austin, Texas, U.S.A. Eakin Pr 2002 1571686878 / 9781571686879 First Edition/First Printing Hard Cover Fine Fine Signed by Author
This copy has been Inscribed "To Dan Rather - Fellow Texan and simple in-betweener. Let's not ever grow up!" and has been SIGNED by George Arnold and dated August '02. A fun and funny half-generation of Texans, born between 1939 and 1947, grew up in the placed, black-and-white world of the 1950s - a simple time when kids could roam about unharmed and be free from virtually any danger except the ever-present threat of polio. 
Price: 55.00 USD
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The Soloist, Christopher, Nicholas
2 Christopher, Nicholas The Soloist
New York Viking Penguin, Inc. 1986 0670809004 / 9780670809004 First Edition/First Printing Hard Cover Fine Fine Signed by Author
A scarce title overall - this is REVIEW COPY with Publisher's Slip and Press Release that has been SIGNED by Nicholas Christopher on the title page! An absolutely stunning copy of the highly regarded author/poet's debut novel. As rich and exuberant as a performance by Rubinstein, "The Soloist" transforms a musician's dark night of the soul into a brilliant adventure. In a wild romp through New York and Boston - a renewal of relationships with every important person in his life - Max Tandal discovers what he needs to know about himself and about the people he thinks he loves. 
Price: 295.00 USD
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The Soloist, Christopher, Nicholas
3 Christopher, Nicholas The Soloist
New York Viking Penguin, Inc. 1986 0670809004 / 9780670809004 First Edition/First Printing Hard Cover Fine Fine Inscribed By Author
A scarce title overall - this is an important Association Copy warmly inscribed on the front, free end paper by the author to his editor (Nan Graham) and dated Dec. 19, 1985 - a month prior prior to publication. There is also a full signature by Nicholas Christopher on the title page. An absolutely stunning copy of the highly regarded author/poet's debut novel. As rich and exuberant as a performance by Rubinstein, "The Soloist" transforms a musician's dark night of the soul into a brilliant adventure. In a wild romp through New York and Boston - a renewal of relationships with every important person in his life - Max Tandal discovers what he needs to know about himself and about the people he thinks he loves. 
Price: 325.00 USD
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The Story of a Marriage: A Novel, Greer, Andrew Sean
4 Greer, Andrew Sean The Story of a Marriage: A Novel
New York, NY Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2008 0374108668 / 9780374108663 First Edition/First Printing Hard Cover Fine Fine Signed by Author
This copy of "The Story of a Marriage" has been SIGNED by Andrew Sean Greer on the title page! A beautiful Association Copy as he has also inscribed it to "Liz + Jose - All my best + hope for Obama. So lucky to meet you both!" "Liz" is Elizabeth Gilbert and her husband Jose Nunez. Set in a climate of fear and repression - political, sexual, and racial - "The Story of a Marriage" portrays three people trapped by the confines of their era and the desperate measures they are prepared to take to escape it. Lyrical and surprising, it looks back at a period that we tend to misremember as one of innocence and simplicity. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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