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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.
NY, Various, (1958-1967). The first four books by Southern -- creator of Dr. Strangelove and screenwriter of Easy Rider -- each inscribed by him to his friend, the bandleader, composer, and musician Artie Shaw. Flash and Filigree (NY: Coward McCann, 1958; the scarce first issue) is inscribed "To Artie and Casey with love and all best wishes/ Terry S." Laid in is an autograph note signed to Artie from Terry. The Magic Christian (NY: Random House, 1960) is inscribed "To Artie and Casey with love and best wishes for much happiness. Terry." Candy (NY: Putnam, 1964 -- first thus, and first hardcover edition) is inscribed "To Artie and Case, with love and kisses (your so-called 'soul' or 'french' kiss, natch!) / Terry." Red Dirt Marijuana (NY: New American Library, 1967) is inscribed: "To Art/ with all best, Terry." The books are near fine or better in near fine or better dust jackets; each with its own, matching, custom clamshell case. [#033653] $12,500
(SOUTHERN, Terry). SOUTHERN, Nile
NY, Arcade, (2004). The story of the novel Candy, pseudonymously co-authored by Terry Southern and Mason Hoffenberg, writing as Maxwell Kenton. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#035174] $30
NY, World Publishing, (1970). Very Good in Very Good DJ. [#709770] $20