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1 ADAMS, HENRY; ADAMS, JAMES TRUSLOW (INTRODUCTION BY). The Education Of Henry Adams.
The Modern Library, New York: 1931. h Hardcover, no dustjacket. Reading copy. 
Writing from his unique vantage point, both as a man of extraordinary gifts and learning and as the bearer of the weighty mantle of his family's tradition, Henry Adams turned a sagacious eye upon himself and the tumultuous age in which he lived, and (in the words of Van Wyck Brooks) "revealed a phase of American history with unparalleled boldness and truth." Includes an Index. 
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2 AESCHYLUS; PLATO; ARISTOTLE; LONGINUS; ST. AUGUSTINE; ST. THOMAS AQUINAS; CHAUCER; SHAKESPEARE; CERVANTES; SPINOZA; HUME; VOLTAIRE; HEGEL; DARWIN; MELVILLE; HENRY JAMES; STAFF OF GREAT BOOKS FOUNDATION. The Great Books: Sixth Year Course, Readings For Discussion, Volumes 1-8.
The Great Books Foundation, Chicago: 1956. s Softcover. Good condition considering its age. Set of 8 books in slipcase. Slipcase is worn. 

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3 CASON, JAMES; RAPOPORT, HENRY. Basic Experimental Organic Chemistry.
Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs: 1962. s Softcover. Very good reading copy. Cover is dogeared, the spine is tearing. 

Price: 11.88 USD
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4 CHALFANT, HENRY; PIGOFF, JAMES Spraycan Art.
Thames and Hudson, London: 1987. 050027469X / 9780500274699 s Softcover. Good condition. 

Price: 15.68 USD
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5 CHANNON, SIR HENRY; ROBERT RHODES JAMES (EDITOR WITH A NEW INTRODUCTION BY). Chips: The Diaries Of Sir Henry Channon.
Weidenfeld, London: 1993. s Softcover. Good condition. 
Sir Henry 'Chips' Channon was a relatively obscure Member of Parliament whose fame rests on his extraordinary diaries, first published in 1967 and now considered a modern classic. Culled from some three million words in the original, Robert Rhodes James's selection gives us the moments and characters of history, etched indelibly by a master observer. "How sharp an eye! What neat malice! How, in their fashion, well written and truthful and honest they are!' -- Malcolm Muggeridge, Observer 
Price: 95.00 USD
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6 COOPER, JAMES FENIMORE; SMITH, HENRY NASH (INTRODUCTION BY). The Prairie: A Tale.
Rinehart & Company, New York: 1955. Third Printing. s Softcover. Reading Copy. Some pencil markings in the text. 
A rich and complex book by the author of The Last of the Mohicans. Marks the closing chapter in Cooper's great American saga of the frontiersman Natty Bumppo. In flight from the ever-encroaching forces of civilization, the aging hero of the Leatherstocking Tales has journeyed westward seeking to end his days in the still-virgin wilderness of the Great Plains. Includes a brief biography, 
Price: 1.90 USD
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7 GELDZAHLER, HENRY; HALE, ROBERT BEVERLY & RORIMER, JAMES J. (INTRODUCTION). American Painting In The 20th Century.
Metropolitan Museum, New York: 1965. First Edition (unstated). s Softcover. Good condition. 
Traces the development of painting inthe United States from 1900 to the 1960s. Based on a survey of works in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art but supplemented by four borrowed paintings. Includes an Index. 
Price: 28.26 USD
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8 GORMAN, HENRY JAMES; GAMMON, ROLAND. Truth Is One: The Story Of The World's Great Living Religions In Pictures And Text.
Harper & Brothers, New York: 1954. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. There are tears to the dustjacket. 
The drama of mankind and his religions is unfolded in a new and fascinating way. There is great variety in the religions depicted. 
Price: 14.73 USD
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9 JAMES, HENRY WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY FRED B. MILLETT. The Portrait Of A Lady.
The Modern Library, New York: 1951. Modern Library College Edition s Softcover. Good condition. 
This is a novel about dreams that do not come true. It is a meditation on wishing and hope, on success and failure, on what life will do to an intense, imaginative young woman of the nineteenth century who has almost everything and almost every reason to suppose that her hopes will be realized. 
Price: 4.94 USD
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10 JAMES, HENRY. A Small Boy And Others: Memoirs.
Turtle Point Press, Chappaqua / Gibson Square Books, London: 2001. 1903933005 / 9781903933008 First Paperback Edition (Unstated). s Softcover. Very good condition. 
In A Small Boy and Others, Henry James applies his superb skills as a storyteller to his own early life. Written after the death of his brother William and the completion of his last novel, James felt at least able chart this revealing portrait of the artist as a young men. With wit and curiosity evident on every page, this book transformed the art of autobiography. "James's eloquent evocation of a Bohemian childhood." - Frances Wilson 
Price: 31.07 USD
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11 JAMES, HENRY. Collected Travel Writings: Great Britain And America; English Hours, The American Scene, Other Travels.
The Library of America, New York: 1993. 0940450763 / 9780940450769 First Printing of this edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket in protective mylar cover. Good condition. Library discard. 
Brings together James' writings on Great Britain and America. Henry James's travel writings are at once literary masterpieces, unsurpassed guidebooks, and penetrating reflections on the international themes familiar from his fiction. Includes an Index. 
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12 JAMES, HENRY. Daisy Miller.
Dover Publications, Inc., New York: 0486287734 / 9780486287737 Dover Thrift Editions s Softcover. Reading copy. 
To Winterbourne, the young man who meets her in the garden of a hotel overlooking Lake Geneva and is immediately captivated, Daisy presents an agonizing dilemma. She apparently thinks nothing of 'flirting with any man she could pick up,' and although in public Winterbourne defends her as simply 'uncultivated,' privately he hesitates. 
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13 JAMES, HENRY. Hawthorne.
Dolphin Books, New York. s Softcover. Very good reading copy. Previous owner glued in supplementary illustrations. Pencil underlining on a few pages. 
Hawthorne which was published in 1879, was probably the first long critical study made of an American writer. 
Price: 16.86 USD
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14 JAMES, HENRY. Italian Hours.
Penguin Books, New York: 1994. 0140435077 / 9780140435078 s Softcover. Good condition. 

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15 JAMES, HENRY. The Beast In The Jungle And Other Stories.
Dover Publications, Inc., New York: 1993. Dover Thrift Edition. s Softcover. Good condition. 
In addition to the title story, this volume also includes The Altar of the Dead and The Jolly Corner. 
Price: 3.80 USD
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16 JAMES, HENRY. The Bostonians.
Bantam Books, New York: July 1984. 0553211536 / 9780553211535 Second Printing. s Softcover. Very good condition. 
A novel that deals ambitiously, though also rather furtively, with the public world, with the fluid contours of society and the tempting dangers of politics. 
Price: 2.61 USD
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17 JAMES, HENRY. The Golden Bowl.
Nelson Doubleday, Inc., Garden City. h Hardcover, no dustjacket. Good condition. 
Possibly James's most complex and difficult work, THE GOLDEN BOWL concerns four characters: the American art connoisseur Adam Verver, his daughter Maggie, Maggie's old school friend Charlotte Stant, and Charlotte's ex-suitor Prince Amerigo. The fabulously wealthy Ververs encounter the prince on their European tour, and he and Maggie fall in love and are married. When Charlotte comes to visit, Adam Verver asks her to marry him. The two couples settle in London, where Maggie begins to suspect the previous liaison between her husband and her friend. Desperately in love with the prince and unable to bear the presence of his old lover, Maggie persuades her father to take Charlotte back to America to live, without revealing to him what she knows. Impressed by Maggie's handling of the delicate situation, the prince falls truly in love with her. A golden bowl found in a Bloomsbury antique shop, and later smashed to pieces, serves as the emblem for the complicated web of love and betrayal James deals with in this novel. 
Price: 31.83 USD
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18 JAMES, HENRY. The Other House.
William Heinemann, London: 1897. Reprint Edition. h Hardcover, no dustjacket. Good condition considering its age. The front endpaper is cracked its entire length. 
"Mrs. Beever of Eastmead, and of "Beaver and Bream," was a close, though not a cruel observer of what went on, as she always said, at the other house." And so begins this work of fiction. 
Price: 120.65 USD
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19 JAMES, HENRY. The Portrait Of A Lady.
Barnes & Noble Books, New York: 1994. 1566196353 / 9781566196352 Fourth Printing. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Very good condition. 
This is a novel about dreams that do not come true. It is a meditation on wishing and hope, on success and failure, on what life will do to an intense, imaginative young woman of the nineteenth century who has almost everything and almost every reason to suppose that her hopes will be realized. 
Price: 3.55 USD
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20 JAMES, HENRY. The Portrait Of A Lady.
Nelson Doubleday, Inc., Garden City. h Hardcover, no dustjacket. Good condition. 
This is "a novel about dreams that do not come true. It is a meditation on wishing and hope, on success and failure, on what life will do to an intense, imaginative young woman of the nineteenth century who has almost everything and almost every reason to suppose that her hopes will be realized" according to the writer of the Afterword in this Edition, Stephen Koch. 
Price: 7.84 USD
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