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    John Updike. In the Cemetery High Above Shillington. Concord, New Hampshire, [1995]. First edition, one of 50 copies signed by the author and illustrator. From the collection of Alexander J. Jemal, Jr.

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    John Updike. In the Cemetery High Above Shillington. Relief Engravings by Barry Moser. Concord, New Hampshire: William B. Ewert, Publisher, [1995]. First edition, one of 50 copies signed by the author and illustrator, printed on Rives lightweight paper and handcased in boards. Octavo. Publisher's navy blue cloth spine over blue paper-covered boards with gilt titles. Minimal dust-soiling. A fine copy.



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