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What Can This Charlatan Be Trying To Say  #3, Anderson, James Bruce (editor)
1 Anderson, James Bruce (editor) What Can This Charlatan Be Trying To Say #3
St. Cloud, Minnesota Charlatan Publications 1967 Soft Cover Very Good 
An interdisciplinary portfolio. Includes Utopia 1967 with articles by R. Buckminster Fuller, Roger Ulrich, Athelstan Spilhaus, Thomas Molnar, Walter Hirsch, George Mertens, John N. Phillips, and Lewis Conrad Smith Jr. Also includes Music-Sonata for Piano and Violin in A Minor Op 76 by Gerhard Track; Novella -There is a Green Hill by David Wham; Plays by Warren Kliewer, Jack Fashbaugh, f.m. miller, and Alan Van Dervoort; Short Stories by David Cornell DeJong, Maxine Bolt, and Patricia Burr; and a group of essays and poems. Color print -Sunset on River by Bela Petheo. 
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Grist 10, Plymell, Charles (West Coast Editor); George Kimball (East Coast Editor)
2 Plymell, Charles (West Coast Editor); George Kimball (East Coast Editor) Grist 10
Lawrence KS Abington Book Shop-John E. Fowler 1966 Soft Cover Very Good 
Grist 10. Contributors include David Ignatow, Gerald Malanga, Walter Slade, Ted Berrigan, Jim Mccrary, Carol Berge, Barbara Holland, Henry H. Roth, Roxie Powell, William Burroughs, Jeff Nuttall, Phillip Whalen, Doug Blazek, Mike Evans, Kent Taylor, JoAnne Wikoff, Larry Eigner, Dave Sinclair, Rob Rusk, John Fowler, Theo Glove, Clive Matson, J. Ringo Angel, George Kimball. Front cover photo of Ken Kesey's bus by Michael Culbertson. Drawing on back cover by Bob Branaman. See our other listings for a copy of Grist 14. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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Androcles and the Lion - Everybody's Magazine-September, 1914, Shaw, George Bernard
3 Shaw, George Bernard Androcles and the Lion - Everybody's Magazine-September, 1914
Everybody's Magazine 1914 Soft Cover Good 
This booklet contains pages 289-312 of Everybody's Magazine-September, 1914. The article is "Androcles and the Lion" by George Bernard Shaw. Drawings by Peter Newell. The article contains five photographs from the play. The cover has the play title and a color drawing by Oliver Herford pasted on. The pages have some very small edge tears. See our other listings for other George Bernard Shaw ephemera including theater programs and articles. 
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Bernard Shaw and Jesus-Pearson's -February 1917, Shaw, George Bernard
4 Shaw, George Bernard Bernard Shaw and Jesus-Pearson's -February 1917
Pearson's 1917 Soft Cover Good 
The article "Bernard Shaw and Jesus" by G. Bernard Shaw-Pearson's -February 1917 is bound inside the booklet "A note to Androcles and the Lion written for the New York production by Bernard Shaw". The Pearson's article is pages 163-166 and the pages have darkened with age. The outside cover article is two pages. See our other listings for other George Bernard Shaw ephemera including theater programs and articles. 
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Great Catherine - Everybody's Magazine-January 1915, Shaw, George Bernard
5 Shaw, George Bernard Great Catherine - Everybody's Magazine-January 1915
Everybody's Magazine 1915 Soft Cover Good 
This booklet contains pages 193-212 of Everybody's Magazine-January 1915. The article is "Great Catherine" by Bernard Shaw. Illustrations by Henry Raleigh. "A Thumbnail Sketch of Court Life in St. Petersburg in the Eighteenth Century." One page has repair tape on it and there are some very small edge tears. See our other listings for other George Bernard Shaw ephemera including theater programs and articles. 
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Overruled- Hearst's Magazine-May, 1913, Shaw, George Bernard
6 Shaw, George Bernard Overruled- Hearst's Magazine-May, 1913
Hearst's Magazine 1913 Soft Cover Good Gibson, Charles Dana 
This booklet contains the table of contents and pages 681-696 of Hearst's Magazine-May, 1913. "Overruled-A Comedy of Matrimonial Holidays" by George Bernard Shaw. Illustrated by Charles Dana Gibson. Pages have some foxing and edge tears. The last few pages have a wrinkled upper corner. See our other listings for other George Bernard Shaw ephemera including theater programs and articles. 
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The Dark Lady of the Sonnets, Shaw, George Bernard
7 Shaw, George Bernard The Dark Lady of the Sonnets
Red Book Magazine 1911 Soft Cover Very Good 
Bound in stiff green wraps, this book contains pages 417-432 of Red Book Magazine (January 1911. Volume XVI, No. 3) as well as a picture of George Bernard Shaw at the front. The first four pages are editorial comment about the play and the remaining pages are the text of the play. The cover indicates that this is the first printing of The Dark Lady of the Sonnets but we have not been able to verify that. See our other listings for other George Bernard Shaw ephemera including theater programs and articles. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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John Quinn Catalog-Shaw Listing "The Ego and Its Place in the World", Shaw, George Bernard; John Quinn Catalog
8 Shaw, George Bernard; John Quinn Catalog John Quinn Catalog-Shaw Listing "The Ego and Its Place in the World"
John Quinn Catalog 1924 Soft Cover Good 
Pages 859-868 of John Quinn Catalog. Listed for sale is "The Ego and Its Place in the World" by George Bernard Shaw published in 1913. There are two pages of commentary about Shaw included in the catalog. See our other listings for other George Bernard Shaw ephemera including theater programs and articles. 
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An Exhibition in Honor of Sinclair Lewis 1885-1951, The American Academy of Arts and Letters
9 The American Academy of Arts and Letters An Exhibition in Honor of Sinclair Lewis 1885-1951
New York The American Academy of Arts and Letters 1952 Soft Cover Very Good 
An Exhibition in Honor of Sinclair Lewis 1885-1951. Exhibition was February 1 to March 30, 1952. 12 pages. Laid-in are a 1930 article on Sinclair Lewis winning the Nobel Prize (from Publishers' Weekly) and a program from National Theatre for a presentation of Main Street based on the Sinclair Lewis novel. 
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The Dreamer, Wright, Philip Green; Foreword by Charles A. (Carl) Sandburg
10 Wright, Philip Green; Foreword by Charles A. (Carl) Sandburg The Dreamer
Galesburg, Illinois The Asgard Press 1906 Hard Cover Very Good Ex-Library 
Philip Green Wright was a college professor and mentor to Carl Sandburg. Frontispiece with tissue paper leaf is present. 53 pages. Red boards with black lettering. Library number on spine and library pocket inside the front cover has been removed. Library imprinted seal is on the title page. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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