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    Group of Eight First Edition Books Published by Knopf, including: Alice Monro. Friend of My Youth. 1990. [and:] Mona Van Duyn. Firefall. 1993. Signed by Van Duyn on title page. [and:] Louis Begley. As Max Saw It. 1994. Signed by Begley on title page. [and:] Gish Jen. Mona in the Promised Land. 1996. Signed by Jen on title page. [and:] Mona Simpson. A Regular Guy. 1996. Inscribed by Simpson on title page. [and:] Peter Carey. Jack Maggs. 1998. Signed by Carey on title page. [and:] Nomi Eve. The Family Orchard. 2000. Signed by Eve on title page. [and:] Franz Wright. Walking To Martha's Vineyard. 2003. New York: Knopf. First edition, first printing. Eight octavo volumes. Publisher's binding and dust jacket. All volumes in near fine or better condition.

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