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Signed & InscribedModern LiteratureIllustrated

Signed & InscribedModern LiteratureIllustrated

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1 BEERBOHM, MAX A Survey
London Heinemann 1921 
First Edition. One of 275 numbered copies signed by the author, Max Beerbohm. Some edging with some light stains to endpapers, and some fading to cloth, very good copy without dust jacket. Illustrated with 51 hand-tipped plates with a color hand-tipped frontispiece. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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2 GROTH, JOHN Studio: Europe. Illustrated by the Author
New York Vanguard 1945 
First Edition. Introduction by Ernest Hemingway. Signed by the author, artist John Groth. Laid in is a black & white photograph John Groth signed and inscribed by the artist. The impressions of World War II by the noted artist. Some rubbing and stains to cloth in a rather poor worn and chipped dust jacket. 
Price: 85.00 USD
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3 ZIMET, JAYE Strange Sisters. The Art of Lesbian Pulp Fiction 1949 - 1969
New York Viking Studio 1999 
First Edition. Paperback Original. Signed by the author, Ann Bannon, a novelist of this lesbian paperback original golden age, who contributed the foreword. Oversize format. Illustrated throughout in full-color. As new. A collection of 200 examples of cover art from the bold and the campy sub-genre of lesbian pulp fiction. With titles like Odd Girl Out, We Walk Alone Through Lesbos' Lonely Groves, Warped Desire, Deviate Wife, Satan Was a Lesbian, etc. it's clear that the target audience from the publisher's point of view was male, but for many lesbians of the time these books offered a welcome chance to identify with a community. From the foreword by Ann Bannon: ...women learned to recognize what was a nascent literature of their own by reading the covers iconically. Despite all their editorially imposed quirks, the covers provided links among members of a wide-flung and incohesive community; a community that did not even think of itself as one and that, therefore, valued all the more any connection with others whose experience paralleled their own. A fascinating and entertaining work. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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