The Wondersmith and Others

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Fitz-James O'Brien
Published by Ash-Tree Press, Ashcroft, British Columbia (2008)
ISBN 10: 1553101065 ISBN 13: 9781553101062
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Book Description Ash-Tree Press, Ashcroft, British Columbia, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. Jason Zerillo(Cover Artist) Jessica Amanda Salmonson(Introduction) (illustrator). First Printing. The Wondersmith and Others by Fitz-James O'Brien (Ash-Tree Press) LTD A tight bright copy with a slightly bumped upper corner tip. A bright dust jacket with slight rubbing to upper corner tip otherwise sharp. Limited to 400 copies. First thus. (First published 1988, by Doubleday, in two volumes). BOOK. Seller Inventory # HCX4379-1

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O'Brien, Fitz-James (ed by Jessica Amanda Salmonson) (jacket art by Jason Zerrillo)
Published by Ashcroft, BC: Ash-Tree Press April 2008 First Edition 8vo xxiv,267pp ISBN 978-1-55310-106-2 (2008)
ISBN 10: 1553101065 ISBN 13: 9781553101062
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Book Description Ashcroft, BC: Ash-Tree Press April 2008 First Edition 8vo xxiv,267pp ISBN 978-1-55310-106-2, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Very Fine original fine-grain maroon cloth, marbled end-papers, in Very Fine DW, protected in Brodart sleeve. Jacket art by Jason Zerrillo. Limited edition of 400 copies. The Wondersmith and Others collects for the first time in a single volume the complete macabre tales, dream stories, and fantasy stories of the Irish-born American Fitz-James O'Brien who, from 1852 until his death from a wound during the American Civil War, was the pre-eminent writer of supernatural stories of his time. In he r detailed introduction, Salmonson discusses the almost mystery-shrouded background of O'Brien's arrival in New York, the friends and acquaintances of his bohemian existence in the city, and the manner in which many of his stories, fantastic and hor rific though they are, also satirize the newspaper and magazine industry of the time. Seller Inventory # 15580

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