STEINBECK, JOHN. 1902-1968. A group of John Steinbeck limited editions and other Steinbeckiana.

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STEINBECK, JOHN. 1902-1968.
A group of John Steinbeck limited editions and other Steinbeckiana.

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STEINBECK, JOHN. 1902-1968.
A group of John Steinbeck limited editions and other Steinbeckiana.
Zapata. Yolla Bolly Press, 1991. 4to. Illustrations by Karin Wikstrom. Limited edition, number 233 of a total of 257. * Journal of a Novel. The East of Eden Letters. New York: Viking Press, 1969. 4to. First edition, limited to 600 copies. * Another, trade edition. * Nothing So Monstrous. New York: Privately printed for Edwin J. Beinecke, 1936. First separate edition. * Un Américain à New-York et à Paris. Paris, 1956. French language. * The Viking Portable Library Steinbeck. 1943. * America and Americans. 1966. First edition, first state. * Letters to Elizabeth. 1978. * Positano. 1959. Wrappers. * Acceptance Speech for the Nobel Prize in Literature. Wrappers. * Your Only Weapon is Your Work. 1985. Wrappers. * Their Blood is Strong. 1939. Wrappers. * A Letter by John Steinbeck to the Friends of Democracy. * Vanderbilt Clinic. 1947. Wrappers. * A Letter from John Steinbeck. 1964. Wrappers, cloth slipcase. * Speeches of Adlai Stevenson. Foreword by Steinbeck. 1952. * ROGERS, RICHARD. AND OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN. Pipe Dream. Adapted from Steinbeck's Sweet Thursday. 1956. * GANNETT, LEWIS. John Steinbeck. Personal and Bibliographical Notes. 1939. Wrappers. * HARMON, ROBERT B. A Collector's Guide to the First Editions of John Steinbeck. 1985. Wrappers.
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