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

(Shavertown), Sligo Press, 2004. Edited by J. Michael Lennon. A book assembled by the students in a seminar on Norman Mailer's writing at Wilkes University, and then published as a limited edition. One of 110 numbered copies, of which 10 were hors commerce, of a total edition of 150. Signed by Mailer and Lennon. Fine without dust jacket, as issued. [#027653] $200
NY, Rinehart, (1951). Mailer's second book. Like his first book, The Naked and the Dead, this title was published in black pseudo-cloth boards that rub remarkably easily, with a coarse paper dust jacket printed in black, which also tends to show wear. This is a near fine copy in a very good, price-clipped dust jacket, with fading to the title block on the spine, rubbing to the folds, and light edge chipping. The jacket is printed in black and red; there was also a black and green jacket, with no priority known. [#912641] $100
London, Andre Deutsch, (1965). First U.K. Edition. Very Good in Very Good (price-clipped, edge-worn) DJ. [#706070] $20
London, Andre Deutsch, (1965). First U.K. Edition. Very Good in Good (price-clipped, edge-worn) DJ. [#706071] $20
Boston, Little, Brown, (1983). Very Good in Very Good DJ. [#706072] $20
Boston, Little, Brown, (1983). Very Good in Very Good DJ. [#706073] $20
NY, Dial Press, (1966). Very Good in Very Good (edge-worn, chipped, stained) DJ. [#706077] $20
NY, Random House, (1984). The uncorrected proof copy of Mailer's foray into the hard-boiled mystery genre. Tears at mid and upper spine; very good in wrappers. [#029682] $20
Boston, Little, Brown, (1971). Very Good in Very Good DJ. [#706088] $20
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