The Nightmare Has Triplets

Cabell, Branch

Published by Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1937
Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., n.d. [1937]. 21cm, 14 p. VG+. Printed in black & white pictorial wraps, this scarce and collectible Cabell item was published in anticipation of his novel Smire. Cabell charts the novel's genesis and places it in the sequential context of the series, which also included Smirt and Smith. Wraps are gently rubbed w/ tiny crease to top corner. All pages are clean and unmarked w/ no tears or blemishes. James Branch Cabell wrote escapist and fantasy fiction and was well respected by many preeminent writers of his day: Twain, Mencken, Lewis, etc., although he's largely been forgotten today. Bookseller Inventory # 000389

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Title: The Nightmare Has Triplets

Publisher: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc.

Publication Date: 1937

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Very Good

Edition: 1st Edition

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I, the Andalusia Bookman, have a stock of over 100,000 covering a wide range of items specializing in 19th and 18th c. illustrated books, chromolithos, Philadelphiana, rare anthropology, early hermeneutics, Natural history, first editions and signed items, Beat lit, '60's material, unusual occult, erotica and esoterica. This is my personal collection from which I am de-accessing most everything, including a vast amount of ephemera, art work (steel engravings, pouchoir, collotype), movie posters (of the 1940's - 50's) and a mass of important 19th c. bound periodicals (Oology to Archeology, Mathematics, Botany, Knitting), and 20th c. Art journals, Italian Fascist publications, etc., culled from Walter J. Johnson's liquidation, as well as a collection rare jazz records, including 100's of Boogie Woogie and BeBop '78s, And much more, just ask. I was previously established as The Book Merchants, the Philadelphia's Riverside Book Fair and 30th Street Station Book Fair. In 1991 I purchased the stock of Samuel Kleinman's legendary Schuylkill Book and Curio Shop of 4207 Lancaster Ave., Phila. PA.

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Make checks out to David L. Miller. This is not a company but my individual activity. These are books of my own library that I am selling. David L Miller, at 908 Bristol Pike, Bensalem, PA 19020, phone # 215-531-3679
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