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    [Jerry Weist]. Harlan Ellison. INSCRIBED TO WEIST. The Beast That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World. New York: Avon, [1969]. Book club edition and first hardcover edition, with "05 L" on page 243. Humorously inscribed by Ellison to Weist on title page, "Shut Up / Jerry! / Harlan Ellison". Octavo. 245 pages. Publisher's binding and dust jacket. Mild toning to jacket extremities, otherwise fine. From the Jerry Weist Collection.

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