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1 Forbes, Bryan [Rosalynn Carter] Ned's Girl. The Authorised Biography of Dame Edith Evans
London Elm Tree Books / Hamish Hamilton 1977 First Edition Cloth Fine Fine 8vo Inscribed By the Author
Inscribed by the author, "To Mrs. Carter, with respect and admiration, Bryan Forbes, The White House, June 25, 1978" 005874 
Price: 25.00 USD
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2 Holyoake, George Jacob The History of the Rochdale Pioneers
London Swan Sonnenschein 1907 Tenth Edition Cloth Very Good with Staining 8vo 
Some staining to boards, especially at fore-edge. This history of an early British co-operative community belonged to John Keracher and has his signature on the f.e.p. Keracher founded the Proletarian Party in Michigan, later moved to Chicago and ran the Charles H. Kerr Co. 005277 
Price: 85.00 USD
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Steps , Kosinski, Jerzy
3 Kosinski, Jerzy Steps
New York Random House 1968 First Edition 1/4 Cloth Slight Slant  Very good+ Association Copy 8vo Inscribed By the Author
Inscribed warmly to Ihab and Sally Hassan; a measure of respect that the author held for the critic Hassan, is the lengthy quotation of Hassan's work that Kosinski has penned on the front endpaper. Near fine wtih slight slant, in slightly soiled dust jacket. 004487  
Price: 175.00 USD
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4 Kosinski, Jerzy The Art of the Self. Essays a Propos Steps
New York Scientia-Factum 1968 First Edition Wrappers Near Fine  Pamphlet 12mo Inscribed By the Author
Association copy, inscribed to Ihab Hassan and his wife Sally in January 1969. Also signed by Kosinski. A near fine copy with very minor darkening in a few areas. 004489  
Price: 125.00 USD
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5 LaFargue, Paul The Evolution of Property from Savagery to Civilization
London Swan Sonnenschein 1890 First English Edition Cloth Very Good+ to Near Fine Sm 8vo Inscribed
Near fine but for slight wear and dulling to spine. This copy is inscribed (in French) to the author's dear collaborator and translator, and signed in full. The inscribee could be none other than Charles H. Kerr, founder of the oldest socialist publishing firm in the US; Kerr translated many of the works he published, LaFargue's among them. LaFargue was married to one of the daughter's of Karl Marx, and was an important radical theorist and critic of his time. He and his wife Laura died by suicide pact in 1911. 006086 
Price: 500.00 USD
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