New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1973. Illustrated with black and white photographs. 251 pages, 8vo, red cloth, dust wrapper with mylar sleeve. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, (1973). A near fine copy in a fine dust wrapper. This is the first book to show how Woolf's vision of reality and her aesthetics are rooted in her experiences as a manic-depressive.
Norwalk: Easton, 1989. Double page color frontispiece. 428 pages (waviness due to damp-stain on upper margins up to page 275), small 4to, decorative teal, black, and gilt stamped turquoise leather, pink silk moire endpapers, all edges gilt. Norwalk: Easton, 1989. Despite flaws still an attractive copy. Very good.
New York: John Day, 1934. xiv, 300pp. 12mo, blue cloth, d.w. slightly chipped, otherwise very good. New York: John Day, (1934). First Edition First printing with the word "Party" on page X of the foreword instead of word "Property," and the word "Willing" on page 162 instead of the word "Unwilling." In this work, Franklin D. Roosevelt outlines his New Deal policies and accomplishments. The dust jacket has red, white, and blue colors with a portrait of Franklin Roosevelt on the backside.
1939. 4to., black and white printed wrappers, 32pp. Text with illustrations. Minor soiling and tears to cover. Cover measures 12 1/2" x 8 1/2". This issue of New Masses, a American workers' monthly steeped in Marxism, is from September 5, 1939. The issue is titled "Why the Pact was Signed: A Guide to the Crisis." As the cover indicates, it includes articles about national and international politics by Theodore Draper, Alter Brody, John Stark, and Richard H. Rovere, among other...