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    [Signed-Limited Editions] Lot of Four Signed-Limited Issues. [Various Places: 1925-1976]. First editions.

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    [Signed, Limited Editions] Lot of Four Signed, Limited Editions. [Various Places: Publishers, Dates]. Titles include: H. G. Wells, The World of William Clissold, 1926, Deluxe signed limited edition, three volumes; Theodore Dreiser, An American Tragedy, 1925, first edition, signed limited edition, two volumes; Philip Roth, Portnoy's Complaint, 1969, first edition, signed limited edition, in dust jacket and slipcase; William Styron, Sophie's Choice, 1976, first edition, signed limited edition, in slipcase. Together, four titles in seven octavo volumes. Publisher's bindings. Some soiling, light wear to bindings, front hinge of volume I of American Tragedy is cracked, some damage to rear board of volume I of The World of. Generally very good or better. From the James C. Seacrest Collection.

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