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West, Nathanael; Salt, WaldoThe Day of the Locust. Screenplay by Waldo Salt from the novel by Nathanael West
$750.00
(1975).. Mimeographed, 118 pages, plus additional revised pages, dated , 9/26-10 /73, pinned in plain covers. Occasional pencil marks and dog ears reveal it was obviously used at some point in production. Directed by John Schlesinger. Signed by the cinematographer Conrad L. Hall, and inscribed and signed by Karen Black. Signed.Thomas A Goldwasser Rare Books
[United States]
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West, NathanaelThe Day of the Locust
$650.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Arion Press, 2013
The Day of the Locust, by Nathanael West, with an introduction by film critic David Thomson, and twenty photographs by Lucy Gray. Thomson's introduction sheds new light on this classic Hollywood novel, while the photographs are done in the manner of movie stills, and are printed with a metallic ink background that creates the mood of night scenes. About this edition, Greil Marcus said, "No one remembers the 1975 film of The Day of the Locust because the casting was terrible. Images from the... (HOLLYWOOD, FICTION, NOVEL, FINE PRESS,)
Arion Press
[United States]
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West, NathanaelThe Day of the Locust
$630.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Arion Press, San Francisco, 2013
Limited, 61/400, illustrated with 20 photographs printed in duotone over a metallic silver ground, overlaid with varnish. The paper is Italian mouldmade Magnani Velata, text and captions for photographs printed by letterpress from Monotype Bodoni Book, biding is full cloth over boards, with image of rising locusts on the cover, slipcased, prospectus 1nclosed. (MODERN AMERICAN PROSE)
MacElderry Books
[United States]
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AuthorTitlePriceNotesBooksellerAction
West, Nathanael; Salt, WaldoThe Day of the Locust. Screenplay by Waldo Salt from the novel by Nathanael West
$750.00
(1975).. Mimeographed, 118 pages, plus additional revised pages, dated , 9/26-10 /73, pinned in plain covers. Occasional pencil marks and dog ears reveal it was obviously used at some point in production. Directed by John Schlesinger. Signed by the cinematographer Conrad L. Hall, and inscribed and signed by Karen Black. Signed.Thomas A Goldwasser Rare Books
[United States]
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