New York, NY: Phaedra Publishers, 1966. First Edition. Hardcover. "The four stories in this volume, two published for the first time in this country, and the other two previously published in THE NEW YORKER and ESQUIRE, add luster to a sharply illuminated writer...For the student of the short story, these stories represent a priceless lesson, or rather, a number of lessons, all very vivid." (from front & back flaps) A......[Item #4025]
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New York, NY: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1988. First Trade Edition. Hardcover. "Isaac Bashevis Singer portrays Methuselah at the age of 969- "and when you pass your nine hundredth birthday, you are not what you used to be." This fable of Noah's grandfather, longing for death at the very moment when the Deluge is about to be unleashed, represents the Nobel Prize author at his best. "The Death of Methuselah".....[Item #4515]
Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1977. First American Edition. Hardcover. "The Silmarillion is the core of J.R.R. Tolkien's imaginative writing, a work that he could not publish in his lifetime because it grew with him. Its origins stretch back to a time long before The Hobbit. But The Hobbit was caught up in what Tolkien called "the branching acquisitive theme" begun in The Silmarillion, and eventually The Lord of the.....[Item #4668]