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A River Runs Through It. {Signed by: Norman Maclean.

Norman Maclean.

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From: Bruce Cave Fine Fly Fishing Books, IOBA. (Citrus Heights, CA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Chicago. University of Chicago Press. Pennyroyal Press, Inc. 1989. First Thus. Octavo. (7 1/2 x 5 1/2). 161 plus colophon. Signed by Barry Moser on the title page. With woodcuts by Mr. Moser. This edition was printed offset from the Pennyroyal Press edition of 1989. A compelling story with fly fishing at the center of the Maclean family saga. The book is bound in tan and cream cloth with copper metallic titles on the spine. Pictorial dust jacket. A bit of foxing on the top edge, otherwise a fine book in a fine dust jacket. Signed by Illustrator. Seller Inventory # 010061

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MacLean, Norman

Published by University of Chicago Press, Chicago (1983)

ISBN 10: 0226500586 ISBN 13: 9780226500584

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About this Item: University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1983. Hard Cover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. Limited. This is # 90 of the 1983 limited edition of 500 copies SIGNED by the author. Photographs by Joel Snyder. As new condition in acetate dustjacket. Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 008349

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A River Runs Through It: Maclean, Norman

Maclean, Norman

Published by The University of Chicago Press (1981)

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About this Item: The University of Chicago Press, 1981. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Seventh printing. Signed by Norman Maclean on the front free end paper. Near Fine, with light rubbing at points. In a Very Good non-priced dust jacket, with light rubbing at extremities and slight fading to the spine. Copies signed by the author are scarce. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 180218009

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Maclean, Norman [signed by Maclean and Robert Redford]

Published by The University of Chicago Press (1978)

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About this Item: The University of Chicago Press, 1978. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. No date on title page. Copyright page dated 1976. The number line is "80 79 78 987654" If I'm reading it right, this means that it's a 4th edition, printed in 1978. Hardcover with DJ. Bound in blue cloth with silver lettering on the spine. Blue dustjacket with white lettering and a black vignette of a river (running through Yosemite, it would appear from the Half Dome behind it). The DJ has a 1" closed tear at the top and some small bumps at the corners and creases. There's an old bookstore price tag ($7.95) on the back cover, beneath the photograph of the author. Original price printed on the front flap is $7.95. The book itself is in very good condition. No tears, stains or damage at all. Binding tight. 215 pages. The front endpaper is signed by two people. On the top half of the page, in blue ink, it is signed by the author. He has written: "University of Chicago. June 14, 1979. To Jane and Herbert Will, May wisdom and love always attend you, as they always have. Norman" Below that, with a different pen, it is signed by Robert Redford. He has written: "Times are better now with the [can't read] of this book. Best. Robert Redford. 10/4/92" Maclean's most famous book was the subject of Robert Redford's 1992 movie. The movie opened on October 9, 1992, so the Redford signature may have been acquired during pre-release promotions or perhaps an early screening of the film. Maclean did not sign many books. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # Fred-W1069

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A River Runs Through It and Other: Maclean, Norman [Signed]

Maclean, Norman [Signed]

Published by University of Chicago Press, Chicago (1976)

ISBN 10: 0226500551 ISBN 13: 9780226500553

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About this Item: University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1976. Hardcover. Condition: Very good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very good. Robert Williams (illustrator). Third printing. Octavo (21.5 cm), pp.xiv, 217. The "Blue Book" edition: Blue cloth with silver titling, blue dust jacket with mountain stream on front, author photo on back. Presentation copy dated and signed by Maclean on front free endpaper to David J. Maclay, of the Bitterroot Valley ranching family: "Missoula/ April 6, 1977/ To David Maclay,/ of one of Montana's greatest families/ Norman Maclean." Signed underneath by Maclay. Includes three semi-autobiographical novellas (the title story, "Logging and Pimping and 'Your Pal, Jim,'" and "USFS 1919: The Ranger, The Cook and a Hole in the Sky.") Woodcuts by Robert Williams--based on photos provided by Maclean--scattered throughout. Jacket is price-clipped, has light edge wear, a touch of sunning, and a small stain on the underside at spine; spine slightly cocked.The movie based on the title novella inspired a land-rush in Montana, as fly-fishing enthusiasts bought vacation homes (and drove up real estate prices, to the dismay of locals). Maclay's grandfather and namesake, David R. Maclay, established a cattle ranch in the early 1880s in the foothills of the Bitterroot Mountains, south of Missoula where Maclean made his home. Seller Inventory # 23539

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A River Runs Through It. [Foreword by: Maclean, Norman

Maclean, Norman

Published by University of Chicago, Chicago and London (1983)

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About this Item: University of Chicago, Chicago and London, 1983. First edition thus. Number 9 of 500 copies of this deluxe edition, Signed by the author. Photographs by Joel Snyder. Designed by Joseph Alderfer. Printed at Kingsport Press on Mead Offset Dull Enamel. viii, 124, [1] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. SIGNED LIMITED. Beautiful limited edition of this splendid tale. The University of Chicago Press originally published Maclean's short story collection in 1976 and it became a modern classic. This edition, with photographs of the Blackfoot River by Maclean's son-in-law Joel Snyder, includes an essay by Maclean, "On the Edge of Swirls," published here for the first time.Uncommon. Blue two toned cloth. Bookplate. Fine Photographs by Joel Snyder. Designed by Joseph Alderfer. Printed at Kingsport Press on Mead Offset Dull Enamel. viii, 124, [1] pp. 1 vols. 8vo First edition thus. Number 9 of 500 copies of this deluxe edition, Signed by the author. Seller Inventory # 261044

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Pennyroyal Press. Maclean, Norman.

Published by West Hatfield: Pennyroyal Press, (1989). (1989)

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About this Item: West Hatfield: Pennyroyal Press, (1989)., 1989. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2. 161 pages, with 10 wood engravings. Quarter citron morocco, marbled boards, cover label with wood engraving of a trout fly. Top edge has pinpoint foxing, all else fine. No. 53 of 200 copies signed by Maclean and Moser. The engravings of fishermen's flies are framed in red rules. Seller Inventory # 17735

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Maclean, Norman

Published by The University of Chicago Press (1976)

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About this Item: The University of Chicago Press, 1976. Hardcover. Condition: Collectible: Very Good. Second Printing. First edition, second printing. An association copy signed and inscribed by Norman Maclean "University of Chicago / April 17, 1977 / To Anne, and to Studs Terkel with love". Near Fine with foxing to top edge of pages and cloth. Inkless ownership emboss of Anne Gevena to front free end paper and title page. In a Very Good dust jacket with publisher's price intact and "2d printing" on front flap, with light rubbing, light edge wear, light foxing and light fading to spine. A wonderful association between two Chicago legends: Pulitzer-winning author, historian, actor, and broadcaster Studs Terkel and author Norman Maclean. Signed. Seller Inventory # 180304001

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MacLean, Norman

Published by The University of Chicago, Chicago (1976)

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About this Item: The University of Chicago, Chicago, 1976. First edition, first printing one of only 1,577 copies of the Maclean's first book. Octavo, original cloth. Signed by Norman Maclean on the front free endpaper. Fine in a fine dust jacket without the usual sunning to the spine with a touch of rubbing. A superior example. "[Maclean] would go to his grave secure in the knowledge that anyone who'd fished with a fly in the Rockies and read his novella on the how and why of it believed it to be the best such manual on the art ever written--a remarkable feat for a piece of prose that also stands as a masterwork in the art of tragic writing" (Philip Connors, The Nation). Adapted to the immensely successful film, directed by Robert Redford, starring Brad Pitt, Craig Sheffer and Tom Skerritt. It went on to win an Academy Award for Best Cinematography. Seller Inventory # 78092

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MacLean, Norman; Snyder, Joel

Published by University of Chicago Press (1983)

ISBN 10: 0226500586 ISBN 13: 9780226500584

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About this Item: University of Chicago Press, 1983. Hardcover. Condition: New. Limited edition. Limited/Signed Edition; #105 of 500 copies printed; new condition, except for two short, archivally repaired tears (one to ffep and one to half-title); signed by author; protective mylar cover; beautiful decorative eps; many color photos by Joel Snyder. Scarce!. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 012855

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A RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT. Signed and: Maclean, Norman

Maclean, Norman

Published by University of Chicago Press, Chicago (1976)

ISBN 10: 0226500551 ISBN 13: 9780226500553

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About this Item: University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1976. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good+ condition. Dust Jacket Condition: Very good- condition (DJ). First Edition. xiv, 217 pages of text. Hardcover binding in excellent condition except for numerous tiny spots of staining to the bottom of the closed page edges. The unclipped dustjacket is sunned and creased on the spine with a small stain on the spine, and a few small tears and creases, and rubbed with loss to the top of the spine; protected in archival mylar. First printing of the book issued in an edition of less than 1600 copies. There is no number line on the copyright page, and the ISBN printed on the copyright page is lacking one digit. 1st printing dustjacket: The ISBN on the dustjacket is correct. Signed and inscribed on the front endpaper "March 12, 1976 To Dorothy [Sutherland], Who is busy selling every Scot in the country a copy. I've bought 20 myself - and paid for them. With love, [signed] Norman." First printing with error on page 27 "adways" for "always." Pages 185 to 190 with a few tiny spots of staining to the top margin. The text is otherwise clean and unmarked. Includes a 4 page letter handwritten and signed by Norman Maclean, on his stationery. It is again addressed to Dorothy [Sutherland] who worked as the publicity manager of the University of Chicago Press and dated in the year of publication of the book. He writes about doing research on a "tragic forest fire of 1949" and created a work which was posthumously released in 1992 as "Young Men and Fire." He also writes that "Paramount has written 2 interesting letters.to put the title story into film." He gives his opinion about the Newsweek review of his book, and inquires about the possibility "we could whip up any interest this autumn in the book as a Christmas gift?" Signed "Norman." Letters by Maclean are infrequently offered on the market. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 018381

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