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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.
NY, Random House, (1976). An innovative novel illustrated with photographs by Lloyd Patrick Baker, which skewers the New Age movement. Trace edge sunning to boards; else fine in a very good dust jacket with modest edge wear and a small scuff at the lower rear spine fold. [#019273] $20
Boston, Little Brown, 1961. Her first book, a proto-feminist novel which won her a Wallace Stegner Fellowship in 1962. Page signatures darkened; erasure front flyleaf; else fine in a very good, rubbed dust jacket. [#019271] $20
Boston, Little, Brown, (1961). Author's first book. Very Good in Very Good (edge-worn) DJ. [#707532] $20
NY, McGraw-Hill, (1965). A memoir and reflection on the author's experience with pregnancy and childbirth, which became an important volume in the movement toward natural childbirth in the 1960s. Fine in a very good dust jacket with chipping at the spine crown and several small nicks to the rear spine fold. [#019272] $20