Three Beautiful Faulkner First Editions

    William Faulkner. Three Books, including: Requiem for a Nun. New York: Random House, [1951]. First edition. Octavo. 286 pages. Publisher's quarter black cloth with green cloth boards and gilt spine titles. Minor fading along top edge and slight lean to spine. Toning to endpapers and page edges. Dust jacket is modestly rubbed with a hint of fading along spine. [and:] A Fable. New York: Random House, [1954]. First edition. Octavo. 437 pages. Publisher's burgundy cloth. [and:] The Town. New York: Random House, [1957]. First edition, first issue. Review copy with slip laid in. Publisher's red cloth with top edge stained gray. Dust jacket priced $3.95 and has "5/57" on bottom of front flap. Threaded gray endpapers. All volumes in this lot in very good or better condition.

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