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9781925418750 JOHN DAVIS 35737, Liberte egalite beyonce. Empowering quotes and wisdom from our fierce and flawless queen
JOHN DAVIS 35737
Liberte egalite beyonce. Empowering quotes and wisdom from our fierce and flawless queen
Abrams&Chronicle. Hardback. Pp: 112. A beautifully illustrated book featuring quotes and general wisdom from Queen Bey.Who runs the world?  Beyoncé runs the world. With more than 100 million solo records sold worldwide, Beyoncé is one of the top selling music artists in history. She has 22 Grammy Awards, 24 MTV Video Music Awards and has been named the most powerful female in the entertainment industry by Forbes magazine, the Top Radio Songs Artist and Top Female Artist of the 2000s by Billboard, and the Top Certified Artist in America during the 2000s by the Recording Industry Association of America. She is a goddess, feminist, inspirational businesswoman, ground-breaking artist, iconic mother and everything else in between. Liberté Egalité Beyoncé brings Queen Bey's most inspiring and empowering quotes, and moments of fierceness together, along with stunning illustrations, to help you slay every day. ISBN: 9781925418750. Cond./Kwaliteit: Goed.
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9780720613490 JOHN PAUL DAVIS 229286, Pity for the Guy: a biography of Guy Fawkes
JOHN PAUL DAVIS 229286
Pity for the Guy: a biography of Guy Fawkes
Peter Owen, 2010. Paperback. Pp: 334. The first fully-rounded portrait of the man behind the Gunpowder Plot For hundreds of years Guy Fawkes has been portrayed as perhaps too extreme a figure-a rabid, bloodthirsty Catholic who not only tried to bomb British Parliament but threatened the English way of life. This biography reveals that he was much more than an evil, shadowy conspirator with an axe to grind. John Paul Davis delves into the evidence and makes a convincing case for new thinking on one of English history's greatest enigmas. Not only is the Gunpowder Plot of 1605 thrillingly reteold, but Guy Fawkes can now be seen as a multi-faceted figure-husband, soldier, lover, adveturer, spy, and possibly the most misunderstood of English villains. ISBN: 9780720613490. Cond./Kwaliteit: Goed.
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ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. NATHANIEL MORTON DAVIS, INTRODUCTORY ADDRESS
Address of John Quincy Adams, to His Constituents of the Twelfth Congressional District, at Braintree, September 17th, 1842. Reported Originally for the Boston Atlas
Boston, J.H. Eastburn, Printer, 1842, First Edition. Book Soft cover , Very Good, Very good without the original wrappers with light edgewear on the title-page and some offsetting on the last, blank page. 63 pages.
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Book number: b32712
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 ADVENTURE (TALBOT MUNDY; THEODORE SEIXAS SOLOMONS; JOHN WEBB; GORDON MACCREAGH; HOWARD ELLIS DAVIS; HUGH PENDEXTER; JOSIAH M. WARD; WILLIAM WESTRUP; RAYMOND S. SPEARS; FRED M. FLEISCHER; CHARLES NICHOLLS WEBB; W. C. TUTTLE; LARRY O'CONNER), Adventure: June 10, 1925 (Tros Vs. Caesar in "Prisoners of War")
ADVENTURE (TALBOT MUNDY; THEODORE SEIXAS SOLOMONS; JOHN WEBB; GORDON MACCREAGH; HOWARD ELLIS DAVIS; HUGH PENDEXTER; JOSIAH M. WARD; WILLIAM WESTRUP; RAYMOND S. SPEARS; FRED M. FLEISCHER; CHARLES NICHOLLS WEBB; W. C. TUTTLE; LARRY O'CONNER)
Adventure: June 10, 1925 (Tros Vs. Caesar in "Prisoners of War")
NY, Ridgeway Co. 1925. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. LIII, No. 1. Pulp magazine. Edited by Arthur Sullivant Hoffman. Cover art by A. L. Ripley. Includes "Prisoners of War" (novel, Tros series) by Talbot Mundy; "The Invincible Tradition" by Theodore Seixas Solomons; "North of Watling" by John Webb; "Jungle Business" (novelette) by Gordon MacCreagh; "The Killing of Tom McCray" by Howard Ellis Davis; "Pards" (pt. 2) by Hugh Pendexter; "Indian Wives and White Husbands" by Josiah M. Ward; "The Eleventh Hour" by William Westrup; "The Best Shots" by Raymond S. Spears; "The Bandit of Banyaluka" by Fred M. Fleischer; "The Beachcomber" (verse) by Charles Nicholls Webb; "When East Met West" (novelette) by W. C. Tuttle; "The Chief Prays" (verse) by Larry O'Conner. Features: "The Camp-Fire"; "Camp-Fire Stations"; "Old Songs That Men Have Sung"; "Various Practical Service Free to Any Reader"; "Ask Adventure"; "Lost Trails"; "The Trail Ahead." Illustrated by A. Schwieder. Lacks 2" at spine head; tears at spine head; lean; glue-mends to hinges and spine; standard wear and tear at edges; short math problem inside cover in pencil. Good to Very Good-.
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Book number: PK15
USD 30.00 [Appr.: EURO 25.25 | £UK 22 | JP¥ 3287]
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Keywords: Adventure Pulps War Historical Fiction Pulp

 
DAVIS, ALLISON AND JOHN DOLLARD
Children of Bondage the Personality Development of Negro Youth in the Urban South
Harper Torchbooks, New York, 1964. PAPERBACK. Name stamp half-title page, else very good. * 299pp.. Very Good .
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Book number: BING162RM564
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C. L. ANTHONY [STARRING FRANCIS LEDERER, GERTRUDE GOULD, PHYLLIS MORRIS, ISOBEL ELSOM, JESSICA TANDY, JOHN MORLEY, ARTHUR HAMBLING, ADAH DICK, FREDERICK RANALOW, JOAN FROST, DORIS DAVIS IN]
Autumn Crocus: Souvenir Theatre Programme Performed at Savoy Theatre, Strand, London
Performance Programme Dated circa 1928. 1928. Original stapled illustrated souvenir theatre programme 8½'' x 5½'' in blue tinted text and illustrations. Contains 24 printed pages of text with monochrome photographs from the play and illustrated advertisements. In Very Good condition.
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Book number: 59653
GBP 22.50 [Appr.: EURO 26 US$ 30.79 | JP¥ 3373]

 ARGOSY (RICHARD SALE; RICHARD WORMSER; KARL DETZER; JOHN EARL DAVIS; STOOKIE ALLEN; WESTON MARTYR; EUSTACE L. ADAMS; FRANK BUNCE; C. F. KEARNS; LESTER DENT; GEORGE PRESTON), Argosy Weekly: January, Jan. 1, 1938
ARGOSY (RICHARD SALE; RICHARD WORMSER; KARL DETZER; JOHN EARL DAVIS; STOOKIE ALLEN; WESTON MARTYR; EUSTACE L. ADAMS; FRANK BUNCE; C. F. KEARNS; LESTER DENT; GEORGE PRESTON)
Argosy Weekly: January, Jan. 1, 1938
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co. 1938. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 278, no. 4. Pulp magazine. [Edited by Chandler H. Whipple.] Cover art by V. E. Pyles. Includes "A Swap for Stonewall Jackson" (novelet) by Richard Sale; "The Isle of Yellow Girls" (novelet) by Richard Wormser; "The World's Fair Mystery" (pt. 2 of 5) by Karl Detzer; "The Reef" by John Earl Davis; "Men of Daring: Andy Bahr, Raindeer Man" (True Story in Pictures) by Stookie Allen; "Little Man - What Next?" by Weston Martyr; "loot Below" (pt. 4 of 5) by Eustace L. Adams; "Too Big to Lick" by Frank Bunce; "The Toast of Handsled Burke" by C. F. Kearns; "genius Jones" (conclusion) by Lester Dent. (Other Features:) "Mouse and Man" by George Preston; "Argonotes"; "Looking Ahead!" Tanning. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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Book number: PE82
USD 30.00 [Appr.: EURO 25.25 | £UK 22 | JP¥ 3287]
Catalogue: Adventure Pulps
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 ARGOSY (JOHN CUNNINGHAM; HULBERT FOOTNER; C. C. WADELL; WOLCOTT LECLEAR BEARD; J. S. FLETCHER; B. WALLIS; FREDERICK C. DAVIS; ERIC HOWARD; FLORENCE M. PETTEE; SAM HELLMAN; MILES OVERHOLT), Argosy All-Story Weekly: April, Apr. 7, 1923 ("the Double Chance")
ARGOSY (JOHN CUNNINGHAM; HULBERT FOOTNER; C. C. WADELL; WOLCOTT LECLEAR BEARD; J. S. FLETCHER; B. WALLIS; FREDERICK C. DAVIS; ERIC HOWARD; FLORENCE M. PETTEE; SAM HELLMAN; MILES OVERHOLT)
Argosy All-Story Weekly: April, Apr. 7, 1923 ("the Double Chance")
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co. 1923. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. CL, No. 4. Cover is by J. Monahan for "The Apes of Devil's Island" (pt. 1 of 4) by John Cunningham. Includes "Gentleman Roger's Girl" (pt. 2 of 6) by Hulbert Footner; "A Boob There Was" (pt. 3 of 5) by C. C. Wadell; "Graft" (pt. 4 of 5) by Wolcott LeClear Beard; ""The Double Chance" by J. S. Fletcher; "From Time's Dawn" by B. Wallis; "The Perfect Crime" by Frederick C. Davis; "In the Toys" by Eric Howard; "Exploits of Beau Quicksilver: VI - Murder Incognito" by Florence M. Pettee; "Pop Bottles and Pop" by Sam Hellman; "Her Crowning Glory" by Miles Overholt. Poetry: "Purity" by Sam S. Stinson; "To-Morrow Never Comes" by Olin Lyman; "Trust Him Not" by Willis Brindley; "Cynic's Retrospection" by Gordon Seagrove; "Playing Safe" by Edgar Daniel Kramer; "The Passport" by Arthur Henry Goodon; "The Wind God" by Theda Kenyon; "Toast to a Son' by Edmund Vance Cooke.Average to heavy wear at edges with a small piece out at upper front foredge corner; math in pencil on forst 2 pages, second of which has a lower foredge corner off; several pages corner creased.1/2" off spine heel. Very Good-.
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Book number: PB1008
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Keywords: Adventure, Action, Fantasy, Mystery, Science Fiction Western Pulps

 ARGOSY (ROBERT CARSE; C. S. FORESTER; JOHN EARL DAVIS; E. HOFFMAN PRICE; FRANK RICHARDSON PIERCE; STOOKIE ALLEN; BERTRAND L. SHURTLEFF; BORDEN CHASE; FRANK GRUBER; JOHNSTON MCCULLEY; ANGELO RUBENS; ALGERNON BLAIRE; CROSSEN HOWARD; CHANDLER MCGINNIS), Argosy Weekly: March, Mar. 12, 1938 ("Ship of the Line")
ARGOSY (ROBERT CARSE; C. S. FORESTER; JOHN EARL DAVIS; E. HOFFMAN PRICE; FRANK RICHARDSON PIERCE; STOOKIE ALLEN; BERTRAND L. SHURTLEFF; BORDEN CHASE; FRANK GRUBER; JOHNSTON MCCULLEY; ANGELO RUBENS; ALGERNON BLAIRE; CROSSEN HOWARD; CHANDLER MCGINNIS)
Argosy Weekly: March, Mar. 12, 1938 ("Ship of the Line")
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co. 1938. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 280, No. 2. Pulp magazine. [Edited by Chandler H. Whipple.] Cover art by Emmett Watson for "A Flag to Die For" (novelet) by Robert Carse. Includes "Ship of the Line" (pt. 3 of 6) by C. S. Forester; "Malice Afterthought" by John Earl Davis; "Rainbow's End" by E. Hoffman Price; "Mush, You Huskies" (novelet) by Frank Richardson Pierce; "Men of Daring: Roy Lobdell - Cattle Detective" (True Story in Pictures) by Stookie Allen; "Yankee Bargain" by Bertrand L. Shurtleff; "Trouble Wagon" (pt. 4 of 5) by Borden Chase; "This Outlaw Business" by Frank Gruber; "Tainted Caballero" (pt. 2 of 2) by Johnston McCulley. Features: "Cockeyed Chiaroscuro" by Angelo Rubens; "Dress Rehearsal" by Algernon Blaire; "Faster Than Flight" by Crossen Howard; "Call Me "Will" by Chandler McGinnis; "Argonotes"; "Looking Ahead!" Some creasing and soiling; standard wear and tear at edges; tanning. Very Good.
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Book number: PM54
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Catalogue: Adventure Pulps
Keywords: Adventure Action Fantasy Mystery Science Fiction Pulps

 ARGOSY (DONALD BARR CHIDSEY; BOB DAVIS; ARMAND BRIGAUD; STOOKIE ALLEN; FRED MACISAAC; WILLIAM MERRIAM ROUSE; RALPH MILNE FARLEY; CHARLES ALDEN SELTZER; JOHN H. SPICER; CARLTON L. DALLEY; COLIN K. CAMERON; EARL HUNTLEY), Argosy Weekly: July 16, 1932 ("the Radio War"; "Breath of the Desert")
ARGOSY (DONALD BARR CHIDSEY; BOB DAVIS; ARMAND BRIGAUD; STOOKIE ALLEN; FRED MACISAAC; WILLIAM MERRIAM ROUSE; RALPH MILNE FARLEY; CHARLES ALDEN SELTZER; JOHN H. SPICER; CARLTON L. DALLEY; COLIN K. CAMERON; EARL HUNTLEY)
Argosy Weekly: July 16, 1932 ("the Radio War"; "Breath of the Desert")
NY, Frank A. Munsey Co. 1932. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 231, No. 2. Pulp magazine. [Edited by Albert J. Gibner.] Cover by Paul Stahr for "The Unknown Island" (pt. 1 of 6) by Fred MacIsaac. Includes "River Pirates" (novelette) by Donald Barr Chidsey; "The Gentleman and the Tigress" by Bob Davis; "The White Savage" (novelette) by Armand Brigaud; "Men of Daring: Winston Churchill, Genius of Action" (True Story in Picture) by Stookie Allen; "The Door of Destiny" (pt. 2 of 2) by William Merriam Rouse; "The Radio War" (pt. 3 of 5) by Ralph Milne Farley; "Breath of the Desert" (pt. 5 of 6) by Charles Alden Seltzer. Other Features: "Serpents of the Sea" by John H. Spicer; "What's in a Name?" by Carlton L. Dalley; "A Clever Chief" by Colin K. Cameron; "A Strange Chinese Delicacy" by Earl Huntley; "The Men Who Make the Argosy - Armand Brigaud"; "Argonotes"; "Looking Ahead!" A couple of pieces out of front foredge; mild tanning; minor soiling; minor wet spots to front cover. Very Good-.
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Book number: PD1245
USD 22.50 [Appr.: EURO 19 | £UK 16.5 | JP¥ 2465]
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Keywords: Adventure, Action, Fantasy, Mystery, Science Fiction Pulps

 ASTOUNDING (A. E. VAN VOGT; JOHN MACDOUGAL; HAL CLEMENT; A. BERTRAM CHANDLER; GEORGE O. SMITH; CHAN DAVIS; JOHN W. CAMPBELL, JR.), Astounding Science Fiction: October, Oct. 1946
ASTOUNDING (A. E. VAN VOGT; JOHN MACDOUGAL; HAL CLEMENT; A. BERTRAM CHANDLER; GEORGE O. SMITH; CHAN DAVIS; JOHN W. CAMPBELL, JR.)
Astounding Science Fiction: October, Oct. 1946
NY, Street & Smith. 1946. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XXXVIII, No. 2. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover by Timmins for "The Chronicler" (pt. 1 of 2) by A. E. van Vogt. Includes "Chaos, Co-Ordinated" (novelette) by John MacDougal; "Assumption Unjustified" (novelette) by Hal Clement; "False Dawn" (novelette) by A. Bertram Chandler; "Alien" by George O. Smith; "To Still the Drums" by Chan Davis. Article: "The Atomic Pile." Illustrations by Swenson. Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page: The Lead Curtain"; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical laboratory"; "Brass Tacks". Tanned; tiny chips lower foredge; red mark on rear. Very Good+.
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Book number: P4187
USD 17.50 [Appr.: EURO 14.75 | £UK 13 | JP¥ 1917]
Keywords: Science Fiction Pulps

 ASTOUNDING (A. E. VAN VOGT; JOHN MACDOUGAL; HAL CLEMENT; A. BERTRAM CHANDLER; GEORGE O. SMITH; CHAN DAVIS; JOHN W. CAMPBELL, JR.), Astounding Science Fiction: October, Oct. 1946
ASTOUNDING (A. E. VAN VOGT; JOHN MACDOUGAL; HAL CLEMENT; A. BERTRAM CHANDLER; GEORGE O. SMITH; CHAN DAVIS; JOHN W. CAMPBELL, JR.)
Astounding Science Fiction: October, Oct. 1946
NY, Street & Smith. 1946. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XXXVIII, No. 2. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover by Timmins for "The Chronicler" (pt. 1 of 2) by A. E. van Vogt. Includes "Chaos, Co-Ordinated" (novelette) by John MacDougal; "Assumption Unjustified" (novelette) by Hal Clement; "False Dawn" (novelette) by A. Bertram Chandler; "Alien" by George O. Smith; "To Still the Drums" by Chan Davis. Article: "The Atomic Pile." Illustrations by Swenson. Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page: The Lead Curtain"; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical laboratory"; "Brass Tacks". Losses, small, at each foredge corner; creasing; tanned; foxing at edges. Good+ to Very Good-.
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Book number: PL334
USD 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 8.5 | £UK 7.5 | JP¥ 1096]
Keywords: Science Fiction Pulps

 ASTOUNDING (A. E. VAN VOGT; JOHN MACDOUGAL; HAL CLEMENT; A. BERTRAM CHANDLER; GEORGE O. SMITH; CHAN DAVIS; JOHN W. CAMPBELL, JR.), Astounding Science Fiction: October, Oct. 1946
ASTOUNDING (A. E. VAN VOGT; JOHN MACDOUGAL; HAL CLEMENT; A. BERTRAM CHANDLER; GEORGE O. SMITH; CHAN DAVIS; JOHN W. CAMPBELL, JR.)
Astounding Science Fiction: October, Oct. 1946
NY, Street & Smith. 1946. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XXXVIII, No. 2. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover by Timmins for "The Chronicler" (pt. 1 of 2) by A. E. van Vogt. Includes "Chaos, Co-Ordinated" (novelette) by John MacDougal; "Assumption Unjustified" (novelette) by Hal Clement; "False Dawn" (novelette) by A. Bertram Chandler; "Alien" by George O. Smith; "To Still the Drums" by Chan Davis. Article: "The Atomic Pile." Illustrations by Swenson. Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page: The Lead Curtain"; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical laboratory"; "Brass Tacks". Tanned. Very Good+.
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Book number: P5135
USD 17.50 [Appr.: EURO 14.75 | £UK 13 | JP¥ 1917]
Keywords: Science Fiction Pulps

 ASTOUNDING (A. E. VAN VOGT; JOHN MACDOUGAL; HAL CLEMENT; A. BERTRAM CHANDLER; GEORGE O. SMITH; CHAN DAVIS; JOHN W. CAMPBELL, JR.), Astounding Science Fiction: October, Oct. 1946
ASTOUNDING (A. E. VAN VOGT; JOHN MACDOUGAL; HAL CLEMENT; A. BERTRAM CHANDLER; GEORGE O. SMITH; CHAN DAVIS; JOHN W. CAMPBELL, JR.)
Astounding Science Fiction: October, Oct. 1946
NY, Street & Smith. 1946. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. XXXVIII, No. 2. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover by Timmins for "The Chronicler" (pt. 1 of 2) by A. E. van Vogt. Includes "Chaos, Co-Ordinated" (novelette) by John MacDougal; "Assumption Unjustified" (novelette) by Hal Clement; "False Dawn" (novelette) by A. Bertram Chandler; "Alien" by George O. Smith; "To Still the Drums" by Chan Davis. Article: "The Atomic Pile." Illustrations by Swenson. Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page: The Lead Curtain"; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical laboratory"; "Brass Tacks". Tanned; 2/3rds of cspine covering lost (date remains) and covers glued on at hinges withy minor edge losses; a little creasing. Good.
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Book number: PN890
USD 8.00 [Appr.: EURO 6.75 | £UK 6 | JP¥ 876]
Keywords: Science Fiction Pulps

 
AW,TASH. BANVILLE,JOHN. BYATT,A.S. COETZEE,J.M. DAVIS, LYDIA. EGGERS,DAVE, ET AL.
McSweeney's Issue 42. Multiples: An Anthology of Stories in an Assortment of Languages and Literary Styles.
Edited in one language by Adam Thirlwell. San Francisco, 2013, McSweeney's Books cm.27,5x22,8, pp.(4),219,(1), br., cop.fig. a colori. (minim
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