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Berkeley, North Point, 1982. Bound galleys of this collection of stories that was published as a paperback original. 8-1/2" x 14", printed on rectos only. Velobound; very near fine. An uncommon format for a proof. [#022660] $60
San Francisco, North Point, 1984. The uncorrected proof copy of this novel by the author of The Stone Boy (made into a well-received film with Robert Duvall) and The Infinite Passion of Expectation, among others. Her story collection, Women in Their Beds, published in 1997, won the PEN Faulkner Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award. Reviewer's notes (Alan Cheuse's?) on rear blank. Near fine in wrappers and proof dust jacket. [#015474] $60
San Francisco, North Point, 1984. The uncorrected proof copy of a novel by this award-winning San Francisco Bay Area writer whose critical accolades, especially from her fellow writers, far outstripped her public recognition, at least until her winning of the National Book Critics Circle Award. This title was reissued in 1997. "P.C" (Press Copy) markings on cover and title page; else fine in wrappers. [#013526] $45
(NY), New American Library, (1966). Her fourth book, third novel. Berriault, long considered a "writer's writer," won the National Book Critics Circle Award for fiction for her story collection, Women in Their Beds, in 1997, shortly before she died. Top stain faded, spine slant; near fine in a near fine dust jacket. [#016131] $40
San Francisco, North Point, 1984. The uncorrected proof copy of this novel by the author of The Stone Boy (made into a well-received film with Robert Duvall) and The Infinite Passion of Expectation, among others. Her story collection, Women in Their Beds, published in 1997, won the PEN Faulkner Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award. Near fine in wrappers. This title was reissued in 1997. [#015473] $35
NY, Atheneum, 1962. Her second book, a novel. Berriault, who taught at the Iowa Writers Workshop and San Francisco State University, was best known for her short stories. One story, "The Stone Boy," was made into a movie starring Robert Duvall, for which Berriault wrote the screenplay. In 2009 San Francisco State established a literary award in her name, to honor a writer whose work exemplifies that qualities that characterized Berriault's fiction. Mild top edge foxing and one slight corner tap, else fine in a very good, lightly edgeworn dust jacket with a faint sticker shadow on the front panel. [#028887] $20
Washington, D.C., Counterpoint, (1997). The uncorrected proof copy of the paperback reissue of her 1984 novel. Fine in wrappers. [#009207] $20
Berkeley, CA, North Point Press, 1984. Very Good in Very Good DJ. [#704596] $20
Berkeley, CA, North Point Press, 1985. Advance Uncorrected Proof. Very Good in wrappers. [#700487] $20
Washington, D.C., Counterpoint, (1996). A story collection that won the PEN/Faulkner Award, the National Book Critics Circle Award for fiction, and the Rea Award for the Short Story. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#915902] $20
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