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1 HOWELLS, WILLIAM (EDITOR). Ideas On Human Evolution: Selected Essays, 1949-1961.
Atheneum, New York: 1967. College Edition. s Softcover. Good condition. 

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2 HOWELLS, WILLIAM DEAN. A Modern Instance.
Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston: 1957. s Softcover. Very good reading copy. 

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3 HOWELLS, WILLIAM DEAN. Indian Summer: A Novel.
Fromm International Publishing Corp., New York: 1985. 0880640243 / 9780880640244 Reprint Edition. s Softcover. Good condition. 
Three Americans find themselves unexpectedly drawn together in a romantic tale of manners set in nineteenth century Florence. The resulting drama is an engrossing tangle of misunderstandings, regrets and triumphs. 
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4 HOWELLS, WILLIAM DEAN. The Rise Of Silas Lapham.
The Riverside Press, Boston: 1912. h Hardcover, no dustjacket. Water stains on bottom edge of pages. 
The first important novel to center on an American businessman and to treat its theme with a realism that was to foreshadow the work of modern writers. In his story of Yankee Silas Lapham - one of the millionaires who flourished with the expanding industrialization of post-Civil War years - William Dean Howells probed the moral and social conflicts that confronted a self-made man who attempted to crash Boston's old-guard, aristocratic society. 
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5 HOWELLS, WILLIAM DEAN; ARMS, GEORGE (EDITED WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY). The Rise Of Silas Lapham.
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York: 1961. Thirteenth Printing. s Softcover. Reading copy. Half title page is torn from top to bottom. 
The first important novel to center on an American businessman and to treat its theme with a realism that was to foreshadow the work of modern writers. In his story of Yankee Silas Lapham - one of the millionaires who flourished with the expanding industrialization of post-Civil War years - William Dean Howells probed the moral and social conflicts that confronted a self-made man who attempted to crash Boston's old-guard, aristocratic society. 
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6 HOWELLS, WILLIAM DEAN; CADY, EDWIN H. (EDITOR & INTRODUCTION). The Rise Of Silas Lapham.
Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston: 1885. 0395051266 / 9780395051269 s Softcover. Reading copy. Underlining and notes on some pages. 
The first important novel to center on an American businessman and to treat its theme with a realism that was to foreshadow the work of modern writers. In his story of Yankee Silas Lapham - one of the millionaires who flourished with the expanding industrialization of post-Civil War years - William Dean Howells probed the moral and social conflicts that confronted a self-made man who attempted to crash Boston's old-guard, aristocratic society. 
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7 HOWELLS, WILLIAM DEAN; CADY, EDWIN H. (EDITOR & INTRODUCTION). The Rise Of Silas Lapham.
Perennial Classics, New York: 1965. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. 
The first important novel to center on an American businessman and to treat its theme with a realism that was to foreshadow the work of modern writers. In his story of Yankee Silas Lapham - one of the millionaires who flourished with the expanding industrialization of post-Civil War years - William Dean Howells probed the moral and social conflicts that confronted a self-made man who attempted to crash Boston's old-guard, aristocratic society. 
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8 HOWELLS, WILLIAM DEAN; DEMOTT, BENJAMIN (AFTERWORD). A Hazard Of New Fortunes.
New American Library, New York: 1983. 0452009634 / 9780452009639 s Softcover. Reading copy with some underlining and notes. 
Set against a vividly depicted background of fin de siecle New York, this novel centers upon the conflict between a self-made millionaire and a fervent social revolutionary - a conflict in which a man of goodwill futilely attempts to act as mediator, only to be forced himself into a crisis of conscience. 
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9 HOWELLS, WILLIAM DEAN; MOORE, HARRY T. (AFTERWORD). The Rise Of Silas Lapham.
The New American Library of World Literature, New York: March 1963. First Printing. Signet Classics Edition. s Softcover. Reading copy. 
The first important novel to center on an American businessman and to treat its theme with a realism that was to foreshadow the work of modern writers. In his story of Yankee Silas Lapham - one of the millionaires who flourished with the expanding industrialization of post-Civil War years - William Dean Howells probed the moral and social conflicts that confronted a self-made man who attempted to crash Boston's old-guard, aristocratic society. 
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10 HOWELLS, WILLIAM. Back Of History: The Story Of Our Own Origins.
Doubleday & Co., New York: 1963. Revised Edition. s Softcover. Very good reading copy. 

Price: 1.66 USD
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11 HOWELLS, WILLIAM. Back Of History: The Story Of Our Own Origins.
Doubleday & Co., New York: 1963. Revised Edition. s Softcover. Reading copy. 

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12 HOWELLS, WILLIAM. Back Of History: The Story Of Our Own Origins.
Doubleday & Co., New York: 1963. Revised Edition. s Softcover. Reading copy. 

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13 HOWELLS, WILLIAM. Back Of History: The Story Of Our Own Origins.
Doubleday & Co., New York: 1963. Revised Edition. s Softcover. Reading copy. 

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14 HOWELLS, WILLIAM. The Heathens: Primitive Man And His Religions.
Doubleday & Company, Garden City in co-operation with The American Museum of Natural History, New York: 1962. The Natural History Library Edition. s Softcover. Reading copy. 
An informative and engaging discussion of the world of primitive religion, The Heathens examines the nature of mana, tabu, totemism, shamanism, black magic. ghosts, divination, and witchcraft among such peoples as the Arunta of Australia, the Azande of Africa, and the Navajo of North America. Dr. Howells demonstrates how, and in what ways, the religion of primitive societies is to them what social pressure, etiquette manuals, and psychiatry are to us. The result of his study is a richly urbane and scholarly introduction into the perspectives of cultural anthropology. Illustrated with photographs. Includes an Index. "Scholarly . . . brilliant . . . an excellent job" - The New Yorker 
Price: 9.25 USD
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15 MCVIKAR, HENRY W. (ILLUSTRATIONS); HOWELLS, WILLIAM DEAN (INTRODUCTION). From The French: Pastels In Prose.
Harper & Brothers, New York: 1890. First Edition (Unstated). h Hardcover, no dustjacket. Good condition but there some discoloration on the front cover. 
Prose poems translated into English from the French by Stuart Merrill. Includes selections by Louis Bertrand, Paul Leclercq, Theodore de Banville, Alphonse Daudet, Villiers de L'Isle-Adam, George Auriol, Judith Gautier, Joris-Karl Huysmans, Ephraim Mikhael, Pierre Quillard, Rodolphe Darzens, Charles Baudelaire, Achille Delaroche, Stephane Mallarme, Emile Hennequin, Adrien Remacle, Paul Margueritte, Maurice de Guerin, Paul Masy, Hector Chainaye, Catulle Mendes, Charles-Eudes Bonin and Henri de Regnier. 
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