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Gass, William HOmensetter's Luck (Signed)
$250.00
Publisher: Collins, 1967
London: Collins, 1967. First edition. Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine. Hardcover in dust jacket. 8vo. First British edition, first printing. SIGNED and inscribed on front free end page ("For Samuel Bellman"-Bellman was one of the founding members of the English and Foreign Language Department at Cal Poly Pomona and taught American literature there for many years). Book is crisp and clean in textured-olive boards. Bellman's ownership plate is on the front paste-down, hidden by the jacket flap....
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GASS WILLIAM H.,OMENSETTER'S LUCK. (SIGNED).
$136.71
Softcover
Publisher: Plume / New American Library, New York, 1972 Reprint. Paperback. New York, 1972, 1972
Used. 8vo. pp 236. Large format paperback. Signed presentation from the author on front endpaper, 'For Malcolm with warmest regards, Bill Gass'. Sir Malcolm Stanley Bradbury CBE (7 September 1932 ñ 27 November 2000) was a British novelist ('The History Man') academic and writer on English and American literature. Slight rubbing, otherwise very good.
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Gass, William H.Omensetter's Luck
$150.00
Hardcover
Publisher: New American Library, 1966
Used - Near Fine. First Edition (first printing). The first novel by the author of THE TUNNEL and MIDDLE C, the story of a man's entrance into a rural American town -- which sets off a ground swell of violent emotions. Near Fine/Near Fine - -- two small chips to the dust jacket, one at the head of the spine and one at the top of the front panel. Inscribed by Gass on the title page, as follows: "To Larry and Moneisa Owens/William H. Gass."; includes dustjacket (GENERAL LITERARY FICTION, NOAMZ)
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Gass, William H.Omensetter's Luck [Signed]
$165.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Collins, London, 1967
Used - Fine. First UK Edition of the author's first novel. Boldly signed on the title page. About Fine publisher's olive cloth, in an About Fine (slightly soiled and rubbed) dust jacket. Appears unread.; includes dustjacket
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GASS, William H.Omensetter's Luck
$200.00
Hardcover
Publisher: New American Library, New York, 1966
Used. Hardcover. First edition. A fine book in very good dust jacket. Light chipping to the extremities. Price of $5.95 on the front flap. The author's first and uncommon book. Signed by the author on the half title page. Signed by the author.; includes dustjacket
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Gass, William H.Omensetter's Luck (Signed)
$250.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Collins, London, 1967
Used - Fine. Hardcover in dust jacket. 8vo. First British edition, first printing. SIGNED and inscribed on front free end page ("For Samuel Bellman"--Bellman was one of the founding members of the English and Foreign Language Department at Cal Poly Pomona and taught American literature there for many years). Book is crisp and clean in textured-olive boards. Bellman's ownership plate is on the front paste-down, hidden by the jacket flap. Unclipped dust jacket has a half-inch tape repair at...
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Gass, William H.OMENSETTER'S LUCK.
$400.00
Hardcover
Publisher: New American Library (1966)., (New York):, 1966
Used - Very Good. First edition. AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK, SIGNED by Gass on the front endpaper. Named one of five overlooked American novels written after 1960 by novelist David Foster Wallace in a Salon article calling OMENSETTER'S LUCK "his best." And, from Susan Sontag--"William Gass has written an extraordinary, stunning, beautiful book. I admire him and it very much." OMENSETTER'S LUCK takes place in 1890s in Ohio, where Brackett Omensetter arrives with his family to settle down. The bulk... (AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK PICTURE ON WEB SITE SIGNED)
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Gass, William H.Omensetter's Luck
$500.00
Hardcover
Publisher: The New American Library, New York, 1966
Used. SIGNED. 304pp. Octavo [22 cm] 1/2 black cloth over blue boards. Near fine/Near fine. Jacket is price clipped. Signed by the author.; includes dustjacket (CALCAT)
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GASS, William H. Inscribed with a passage from the text.Omensetter's Luck.
$950.00
Hardcover
Publisher: The New American Library, New York, 1966
Used - Near Fine. First edition / First printing. Signed by the author and additionally inscribed with a passage from pages 67-68 of the text: "He always crammed humanity in everything. . . Once he would have seen each tree along this slope boned humanly and branched with feeling." Black cloth spine, blue paper-covered boards. 304 pages. Near fine in near fine dust jacket. The author's first book.; includes dustjacket
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Gass, William H.Omensetter's Luck (First Edition, inscribed to John Barth)
$2,750.00
Hardcover
Publisher: New American Library, New York, 1966
Used. First Edition. INSCRIBED by Gass to author John Barth on the front endpaper: "For Jack / By whom we all take our measure, / Bill Gass." Barth's Mayville, NY address stamp is just above the inscription. Also laid in is a homemade invitation to a party at the Gass residence held on August 26, 1969, in Barth's honor ("swimming if weather permits").The author's first book, set in the fictitious town of Gilean, Ohio in the 1890s. The story follows the character Brackett Omensetter as he... (LITERATURE)
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Gass, William H.Omensetter's Luck: (Signed)
$250.00
Publisher: London Collins First edition, 1967
Publisher: London Collins 1967 First edition Hardcover in dust jacket. 8vo. First British edition, first printing. SIGNED and inscribed on front free end page ("For Samuel Bellman"-Bellman was one of the founding members of the English and Foreign Language Department at Cal Poly Pomona and taught American literature there for many years). Book is crisp and clean in textured-olive boards. Bellman's ownership plate is on the front paste-down, hidden by the jacket flap. Unclipped dust jacket...
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Gass, William H.Omensetter's Luck
$42.00
Softcover
Publisher: New American Library Plume Book, 1972
Trade paperback. Used - Good Good No dust jacket Signed by author Signed by author on the title page . 237 p. The pages are yellowed. The cover is well scuffed and worn. The corners and edges are bumped, worn, and beginning to curl. The front hinge is creased and worn from opening.
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Gass, William H.Omensetter's Luck. (Signed).
$149.58
Softcover
Publisher: Plume / New American Library, New York, 1972 Reprint. Paperback, New York, 1972
Used - Very Good. 8vo. pp 236. Large format paperback. Signed presentation from the author on front endpaper, 'For Malcolm with warmest regards, Bill Gass'. Sir Malcolm Stanley Bradbury CBE (7 September 1932 Ò 27 November 2000) was a British novelist ('The History Man') academic and writer on English and American literature. Slight rubbing, otherwise very good.
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Gass, William H.Omensetter's Luck
$250.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Collins, London, 1967
First edition. Hardcover. Used - Fine/Like New Fine in Near Fine jacket. (Signed) Hardcover in dust jacket. 8vo. First British edition, first printing. SIGNED and inscribed on front free end page ("For Samuel Bellman"--Bellman was one of the founding members of the English and Foreign Language Department at Cal Poly Pomona and taught American literature there for many years). Book is crisp and clean in textured-olive boards. Bellman's ownership plate is on the front paste-down, hidden by...
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Gass, William H.Omensetter's Luck
$400.00
Hardcover
Publisher: New American Library, (New York):, 1966
Used - Very Good. First edition. AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK, SIGNED by Gass on the front endpaper. Named one of five overlooked American novels written after 1960 by novelist David Foster Wallace in a Salon article calling OMENSETTER'S LUCK "his best." And, from Susan Sontag--"William Gass has written an extraordinary, stunning, beautiful book. I admire him and it very much." OMENSETTER'S LUCK takes place in 1890s in Ohio, where Brackett Omensetter arrives with his family to settle down. The bulk...
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Gass, William H.Omensetter's Luck
$2,750.00
Hardcover
Publisher: New American Library, New York, 1966
First Edition. Used - Good. First Edition. INSCRIBED by Gass to author John Barth on the front endpaper: "For Jack / By whom we all take our measure, / Bill Gass." Barth's Mayville, NY address stamp is just above the inscription. Also laid in is a homemade invitation to a party at the Gass residence held on August 26, 1969, in Barth's honor ("swimming if weather permits"). The author's first book, set in the fictitious town of Gilean, Ohio in the 1890s. The story follows the character...
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Gass, William HOmensetter's Luck
$150.00
Publisher: New American Library, 1966
New American Library, 1966. First Edition (first printing). The first novel by the author of THE TUNNEL and MIDDLE C, the story of a man's entrance into a rural American town - which sets off a ground swell of violent emotions. Near Fine/Near Fine - - two small chips to the dust jacket, one at the head of the spine and one at the top of the front panel. Inscribed by Gass on the title page, as follows: "To Larry and Moneisa Owens/William H. Gass." . Signed by Author. 1st Edition. Hardcover....
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Gass, William HOmensetter's Luck (Signed)
$250.00
Publisher: Collins, 1967
London: Collins, 1967. First edition. Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine. Hardcover in dust jacket. 8vo. First British edition, first printing. SIGNED and inscribed on front free end page ("For Samuel Bellman"-Bellman was one of the founding members of the English and Foreign Language Department at Cal Poly Pomona and taught American literature there for many years). Book is crisp and clean in textured-olive boards. Bellman's ownership plate is on the front paste-down, hidden by the jacket flap....
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Gass, William HOMENSETTER'S LUCK
$400.00
Publisher: New American Library
(New York): New American Library. (1966). First edition. AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK, SIGNED by Gass on the front endpaper. Named one of five overlooked American novels written after 1960 by novelist David Foster Wallace in a Salon article calling OMENSETTER'S LUCK "his best." And, from Susan Sontag-"William Gass has written an extraordinary, stunning, beautiful book. I admire him and it very much." OMENSETTER'S LUCK takes place in 1890s in Ohio, where Brackett Omensetter arrives with his family to...
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GASS, William H. Inscribed with a passage from pages - of the textOmensetter's Luck
$950.00
Publisher: The New American Library, 1966
New York: The New American Library, 1966. Signed by the author and additionally inscribed with a passage from pages 67-68 of the text: "He always crammed humanity in everything. . . Once he would have seen each tree along this slope boned humanly and branched with feeling." First edition / First printing. Black cloth spine, blue paper-covered boards. Near fine in near fine dust jacket. The author's first book. First edition. Signed.
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Gass, William HOmensetter's Luck (First Edition, inscribed to John Barth)
$2,750.00
Publisher: New American Library, 1966
New York: New American Library, 1966. First Edition. First Edition. INSCRIBED by Gass to author John Barth on the front endpaper: "For Jack / By whom we all take our measure, / Bill Gass." Barth's Mayville, NY address stamp is just above the inscription. Also laid in is a homemade invitation to a party at the Gass residence held on August 26, 1969, in Barth's honor ("swimming if weather permits"). The author's first book, set in the fictitious town of Gilean, Ohio in the 1890s. The story...
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WILLIAM H. GASSOMENSETTER'S LUCK. (SIGNED).
$150.99
Softcover, ISBN 0452250684
Publisher: Plume / New American Library, New York, 1972 Reprint. Paperback., 1972
Used - Very Good, Usually dispatched within 1-2 business days, Dispatched from our Charing Cross Road, London bookshop. 8vo. pp 236. Large format paperback. Signed presentation from the author on front endpaper, 'For Malcolm with warmest regards, Bill Gass'. Sir Malcolm Stanley Bradbury CBE (7 September 1932 -
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