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    Soft cover. Condizione: Good, Reading Copy. PHOTO Cover; // Gahan Wilson, Shary Flenniken & Ralph Reese Art (illustratore). NATIONAL LAMPOON JULY/1985 (Sex in the Classroom / Youth at Play issue); Dana Hill & Jason Lively: The Griswald Kids of National Lampoon's European Vacation; Deadteen = magazine spoof; Undiscovered Notebooks of Franklin W. Dixon = Hardy Boys Parody; Very Grim Fairy Tales; Your Child, a Users Manual; Mass Murderer Trading Cards; The SON of the CATCHER, who Lives in Rye by Holden Caulfield Jr., as Told to Lance Contrucci = 6 page Parody of J.D Salinger's CATCHER ON THE RYE; Spiritual Aptitude Test; Youth is Scary by Gahan Wilson; Timberland Tales = 2 pages Comics; Ageless Love by Shary Flenniken = 6 pages color Comics; The Origin of TITMAN = 4 pages Comics with Ralph Reese art; RED HOT & Very High Demand KEY issue; ADULTS ONLY Please; >> Mailing label on front cover; magic tape & glue repair inside spine to covers; cover staining; wear to staples. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall TRUE FIRST Edition MAGAZINE Format Thus. Book.

  • J.D. Salinger

    Editore: Sparknotes, 2014

    ISBN 10: 141146947XISBN 13: 9781411469471

    Da: Collectors' Bookstore, Antwerpen, Belgio

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    Paperback. Condizione: Fine. First Edition thus. Catcher In The Rye By J D Salinger by J.D. Salinger. Published by Sparknotes in 2014. Paperback ISBN:9781411469471. Collectible item in very fine condition.

  • Immagine del venditore per The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger, First Edition, First Impression in Original Dust Jacket, 1951 venduto da The Great Republic

    J. D. Salinger

    Editore: Little, Brown and Company, 1951

    Da: The Great Republic, Colorado Springs, CO, U.S.A.

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    Hardcover. Condizione: Near Fine. Condizione sovraccoperta: Good. 1st Edition. Salinger, J. D. The Catcher in the Rye. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1951. First edition, first issue. Octavo. In the original publisher s black cloth boards, with gilt titles to the spine. In the original publisher s first issue dust jacket. Presented with an archival clamshell case. This is a very collectible first edition, first issue printing of J. D. Salinger s novel The Catcher in the Rye. The book was published by Little, Brown and Company in Boston, on July 16, 1951. This book is presented in its original black cloth boards and original first issue dust jacket with $3.00 price on the front flap and with the Lotte Jacobi photo credit on Salinger s portrait on the rear panel. This first edition, first issue is without Reprinted July 1951 on the copyright found in later issues. The Catcher in the Rye details two days in the life of 16 year old Holden Caulfield, after he is expelled from his school. Confused and disillusioned, Holden is both intrigued and repelled by the trappings and realities of adulthood. An immediate success upon its publication in 1951, and popular with young readers since, the book has sold over 65 million copies. Since the book s publication, Holden Caulfield has entered the pantheon of American literary heroes. Very few works of art have had the cultural and literary impact of Salinger s novel. The Catcher in the Rye was a symptom of a need, after a ghastly war and during a ghastly pseudo-peace, for the young to raise a voice of protest against the failures of the adult world. The young used many voices--anger, contempt, self-pity--but the quietest, that of a decent perplexed American adolescent, proved the most telling" (Anthony Burgess, 99 Novels, pp. 53-54). CONDITION: Good condition overall. Octavo. In the original publisher s black cloth boards with gilt titles to the spine. The boards show slight wear to the edges, minor creasing to the spine, and some light spotting to the edges. In the original publisher s first issue dust jacket. Dust jacket has minor separation along the front flap panel fold, some toning, minimal soiling, and chipping with loss to "th" in "the" and touching the "E" in "CATCHER" on the spine. The dust jacket is not price-clipped. Interior pages are mostly healthy, save light toning. Book has a previous owner s inscription Harry Weber, signed in October 1958. Book dimensions: 8" H x 5 5/8" W x 1 5/16"D. Book is presented in a new, custom archival clamshell case. The case is 1/4 red leather and yellow cloth with raised bands, gilt tooling, and gilt titles to the spine, and an inlaid image of the dust jacket illustration on the front.

  • Immagine del venditore per J.D. Salinger Signed Contract to publish "The Catcher in the Rye" venduto da Max Rambod Inc

    Salinger, J.D.

    Da: Max Rambod Inc, Woodland Hills, CA, U.S.A.

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    Manoscritto / Collezionismo cartaceo Prima edizione Copia autografata

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    Reclusive U.S. Author, famous for his ground-breaking coming of age novel "The Catcher in the Rye." Extremely important 2 page publishing contract 8.5" x 20" signed "J.D. Salinger" and dated "9th February, 1965" for the right to publish his most important work "The Catcher in the Rye" in Portugese for release in Brazil. This is the Publishing contract for the publication of his book "The Catcher in the Rye" in the Portugese language. On Rosyln Targ Literary Agency, Inc. letterhead. In part: "Memorandum of agreement made and entered into this 9th day of February 1965 between J.D. Salinger c/o Harold Ober Associates, Inc. hereafter called the proprietor of the one part and Editors Do Autor.Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, hereafter called the publisher of the other part whereby it is mutually agreed as follows regarding the work by J.D. Salinger entitled, Catcher In The Rye. The proprietor warranting that he is the sole and exclusive owner of the rights subject to this agreement hereby grants to the publisher the sole and exclusive license to translate, print, publish, and sell the said work in volume form only in the regular trade/paperbac edition in the Portugese for Brasil only language subject to the terms and conditions following." After which are all of the clauses of the terms and conditions relating to this agreement. The contract contains 3 detailed non-standard clauses added by Salinger giving him total right to control the appearance and advertising of the book. A great example of Salinger's obsession with detail and holistic view of his role as author and caretaker of his fiction. Salinger did not grant interviews, and categorically refuses to give autographs and was even wary of entering into correspondence with friends or associates. As a consequence, his signed material is extraordinarily scarce and desirable. This contract is particularly rare because Salinger refused to mention his most important work "The Catcher in the Rye" or even his character Holden in all but a very view pieces of correspondence. Therefore, mention of this work by its author is rare. Salinger signs at the end in full: "J.D. Salinger" in black ink. A clean, strong signature. Also signed by his wife Claire Salinger as a witness. The couple, who had two children together, would divorce only two years later. The reclusive author was notoriously careful of the way his work was presented in print, and eschewed any spotlight on himself as author or his personal life. When his First Edition of The Catcher in the Rye was published, Salinger was so distraught over the large photograph of himself on the back that he forbade it to be used in any further editions, and reviewed carefully the appearance and marketing of any Catcher-related material. As time went on, he stopped giving interviews, preferring that his work speak for itself rather than he speaking for it, and he began to loathe reviewers and commentators. Notably, in this contract, Salinger has added specific and non-standard language to this effect: "22. It is understood by the Publisher that no written matieral except the author's can be included in the book or used on the cover or jacket. This means no reviews or quotations from reviews on the jacket, no introductory comments or prefaces. 23. It is understood by the Publisher that no photograph may be used on the cover or jacket or in any connection with this book. No photographs should be used in promotional copy or advertising. No biographical material may be used for promotion or advertising. 24. It is understood by the Publisher that the cover and just [sic] jacket of the book must be submitted for the author's approval." We cannot think of a more important contract relating to modern American literature. Catcher In The Rye is the quintessential work of American writing in this century. Rare and important.