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(Brewster), Parenthese, (1977). The limited edition of this title, which had a total printing of 750 copies; this is one of only 20 numbered copies signed by the author and the illustrator. Fine in stapled wrappers and dust jacket. One of the smallest limitations of an Auster work, and extremely scarce these days. [#911002] $1,500
(Berkeley), The Figures, (1976). The lettered limited edition of the second book, a collection of poetry, by the author of The New York Trilogy, among many other novels, poetry collections, essays, and screenplays. Published in an edition of 526 copies, this is Copy "R" of 26 lettered copies signed by the author. Drenttel A2. Uncommon. Fine in wrappers. [#911001] $1,250
(Brewster), Parenthese, (1977). One of 750 copies of this early collection of poems, this copy inscribed by the author: "For ___ & ___ - Love, Paul." Very shallow upper corner crease; still fine in stapled wrappers and dust jacket. Illustrated by Norman Bluhm. [#911269] $800
NY, Sun, 1982. His first full-length work of prose, an experiment in autobiography. Signed by the author. Only published in wrappers. Trace rubbing, else fine. [#911273] $200
(Weston), Living Hand, (1974). His first book. Poetry, published as Living Hand 3, the third issue of the magazine that Auster founded and edited. Mild edge sunning and a couple of tiny spots on the rear cover; near fine in wrappers. [#911268] $200
(NY), Viking, (1989). Inscribed by the author to fellow writer Nicholas Delbanco, "among the cigar fumes, with best good thoughts." Very slight splaying to boards, else fine in a fine dust jacket. A nice association copy between two acclaimed writers and literary peers. [#029281] $150
Woodstock, Overlook Press, (1988). A selection of Auster's poetry, from his small press publications of the 1970s. Signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#911275] $100
Los Angeles, Sun & Moon Press, (1992). A collection of eleven essays on literary subjects including Kafka, Laura Riding, Knut Hamsun, and others, written between 1970 and 1979. This is the limited edition of the expanded collection, issued a decade after the original. One of 300 numbered copies signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#911281] $100
(Barrytown), Station Hill, (1980). A small, early collection of poetry. One of 1000 copies, 43 of which were numbered and signed. This copy is unnumbered and unsigned. Fine in stapled wrappers. [#000979] $70
(Barrytown), Station Hill, (1980). An early poetry collection. One of 1000 copies, 43 of which were numbered and signed. This copy is unnumbered and unsigned. Fine in stapled wrappers. [#911270] $70
London, Faber and Faber, (1994). The first British edition. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#911282] $70
London, Faber and Faber, (1990). Poems, previously collected in Disappearances, and essays, mostly taken from The Art of Hunger. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#911277] $60
NY, Henry Holt, (2002). The advance reading copy. Signed by the author. Fine in wrappers. [#911292] $60
NY, Henry Holt, (2007). Signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#911297] $55
NY, Henry Holt, (1998). The uncorrected proof copy of the script for Auster's film. Also includes an interview with Auster. Fine in wrappers. [#012166] $25
NY, Marsilio Publishers/EW Books, (1997). First thus, a compilation of four works translated by Auster: The Notebooks of Joseph Joubert, Phillipe Petit's On the High Wire, Andre Du Bouchet's The Uninhabited and Stephane Mallarme's A Tomb for Anatole, which was revised for this edition. With an original introduction by Auster. Front cover splayed; else fine in wrappers. [#020588] $25
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