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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.

(Children's Literature)
click for a larger image of item #35634, Tom, Sue and the Clock NY, Collier, (1966). A story-poem for children by the Pulitzer Prize-winning Aiken, illustrated by Julie Maas. This is a "Beginning Reader" book. Minor foxing to boards and jacket: very good in a very good dust jacket. [#035634] $200
London, Hogarth Press, 1925. Cracked front joint; moderate staining and handling to boards. A good copy, lacking the dust jacket. [#035505] $65
NY/Boston, Duell Sloan Pearce/Little Brown, (1952). An "autobiographical narrative" in experimental prose, defying the conventions of standard autobiography or memoir; the essay is narrated by a character named "D.," who was the main character, Demarest, of Aiken's first novel, Blue Voyage, in 1927. Binder's glue shadows at the joints; a near fine copy in a very good dust jacket with a crease to the rear panel and an open tear at the top edge there. [#035507] $45
(London), (Various), 1933-1958). Six British newspapers: five have reviews of Aiken's work, one, The Listener, July 18, 1934, prints "Gigantic Dreams," an account of Aiken's dream experiences under the influence of ether. The other papers include The Times Literary Supplement, John O''London's Weekly, and The New Statesman and Nation/. Covers detached on The Listener; the rest of the lot is edgeworn: good copies. [#035791] $30
NY, Schocken, 1982. Advance Uncorrected Proof. Very Good in wrappers. [#700074] $20
NY, Wake Editions, 1952. Publication. Conrad Aiken number with contributions by Aiken, Malcolm Cowley, Allen Tate, Marianne Moore, Jean Garrigue, Malcolm Lowry, etc. Very good in wrappers. [#701413] $20
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