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Garden City, Doubleday, 1985, 1986. Two states of the uncorrected proof copy. The first is shot from typescript and reproduces extensive holograph corrections, and leaves visible a substantial amount of text that was excised from the finished book. Foxing to spine and edges of text block; very good in wrappers, with praise for Williams' previous books on the back cover. The second state is typeset. Sunning to spine and staining to covers; good in wrappers, with blurbs about this Williams title by John Irving (a longtime friend), Carolyn Chute, and others on rear cover. Williams won the National Book Award in 1975 for his novel The Hair of Harold Roux. [#028878] $100
NY, Macmillan, 1961. A novel of Leah, New Hampshire, the fictional town in which most of Williams' stories and novels are set. Signed by the author in 1984. A fine copy in a price-clipped dust jacket with very light dust-soiling to the rear, white panel; else fine. A very nice copy of this novel by an author who was co-winner of the National Book Award in 1975 and was a longtime friend of, and influence on, such younger New England writers as John Irving and Andre Dubus. [#011350] $80
On Sale: $40
NY, Marek, 1978. A review copy of the reissue of this novel of Leah, New Hampshire, the fictional town in which most of Williams' stories and novels are set, originally published in 1961. With a short introduction by the author for this edition. Two small sticker shadows on the front pastedown; else a fine copy in a lightly rubbed dust jacket. Williams was co-winner of the National Book Award in 1975 and was a longtime friend of, and influence on, such younger New England writers as John Irving and Andre Dubus. [#012092] $30
NY, Macmillan, 1961. Reprint edition. Good in Fair (edge-worn, soiled) DJ. [#711012] $20
NY, Richard Marek Publishers, (1978). Reprint edition. Good in Very Good DJ. [#711011] $20
NY, Macmillan, 1959. Author's second novel. Very Good in Very Good DJ. [#711013] $20
NY, Random House, (1977). Good in Very Good DJ. [#711014] $20
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