Books on Non-Medieval Subjects

Steven Ozment, Magdalena & Balthazar. Simon and Schuster, 1986. Dust cover. Like new. $10

Anne Lake Prescott, Imagining Rabelais in Renaissance England. Yale UP, 1998. Like new. Dust cover. $10

Barbara Kiefer Lewalski, “Paradise Lost” and the Rhetoric of Literary Forms. Princeton UP, 1985 pb $30

Homer, The Odyssey, trans. Albert Cook. Norton Critical Edition, 2nd ed. Norton, 1967. pb Like new. $10

Van Gogh in Brabant: Schilderijen en tekeningen uit Etten en Nuenen. Waanders, 1987, Oversize exhibition catalogue. pb $20

Bernhard Drewitz, Die schönsten Kostbarkeiten. Schuler Verlagsgesellschaft [1987]. Dust cover. $20

Morris Dees, with Steve Fiffer, A Lawyer’s Journey: The Morris Dees Story. American Bar Assoc., 2001. First published in 1991 under the title A Season for Justice. Like new. pb $5

Mitsumasa Anno, Anno’s Medieval World. Philomel Books, 1979. Children’s picture book. Dust cover. $10

The Essential Koran, trans. Thomas Cleary (An Introductory Selection) HarperCollins, 1994. Dust cover. Like new. $5

Ludmilla Jordanova, History in Practice. Arnold, 2000. Like new. “A major, deeply reflective work upon the nature of studying and writing history. No other author has treated the subject in the same way.” $10

Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Henry Bibb, an American Slave, Written by Himself. A downloaded, bound paperback. Large, dark print. Only pub. info. (on cover): $5

Robert Farrar Capon, The Supper of the Lamb: A Culinary Reflection. Modern Library, 2002. Like new. pb $10

Geordie Greig, Louis and the Prince: A Story of Politics, Intrigue and Royal Friendship. Coronet, 1999. Like new. pb [The prince is Prince Albert, Duke of York] $5

Emily Dickinson’s Letters to Dr. and Mrs. Josiah Gilbert Holland, ed. Theodora van Wagenen Ward. Harvard UP, 1951. Inscribed. Bookplate. Ragged (but intact) dust cover. $30

Meyer Schapiro, Words, Script, and Pictures: Semiotics of Visual Language. George Braziller, 1996. Dust cover. Like new. $20

Alberto Manguel, A History of Reading. Viking, 1996. Many images. Dust cover. Like new. $10

Christopher Hibbert, Tower of London. Newsweek, 1971. Printed in Italy. Dust cover. Many illust. [On dust cover: A History of England from the Norman Conquest] $10

James Randi, The Mask of Nostradamus. Scribner’s, 1990. Dust cover. Inscribed by the author. With pasted-in errata sheet by the author. Like new. $5