New York: Anchor, 2002. Paperback. First edition. A paperback original in fine condition. Some browning to the page edges. A paperback original. A collection of the 20 best short stories, selected by a distinguished panel of judges. Includes pieces by Louise Erdrich, Richard Ford, Alice Munro and Anthony Doerr, who won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 2015. The story by Doerr, The Hunter's Wife, first appeared in The Atlantic Monthly. He has signed his appearance. Signed by the author.
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Boston: Atlantic Little-Brown, 1970. Paperback. Uncorrected Proof. This is the third collection of film reviews by the longtime movie critic of The New Yorker. It is an uncommon advance copy as the proof carries the working title of The Great Bastard Cross-fertilized Super-art," but was published as "Going Steady." A near fine copy with light fading to the spine and a label shadow on the lower edge. The proof differs from the published version in the title and all the places the title is listed, including in the "introduction" which became the "Forward" in the book. Also, an untitled section in the proof became "Intentions" in the finished book.
London: Gollancz, 1974. Hardcover. First British edition. A fine book in a near fine dust jacket. Slight spine lean. Closed tear along the rear flap fold along with some creasing to the rear panel. Modiano, a French author, won the Nobel Prize for literature in 2014. This is his third novel, the first edition published in English. It won the Acade'mie Prize. It is the story of a Parisian Jew named Serge who goes looking for his father and not liking what he finds. A very uncommon book in hardcover.