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Faulkner, William.
Faulkner at Nagano.
A Fine tight copy in a Near Fine unclipped dust jacket with a hint of toning to the extremities. In August 1955 William Faulkner visited Japan as part of a US Department of State tour. For ten days he met with members of the Nagano Seminar and, in a series of interviews, made illuminating comments on his own works, literature in general, his impressions of Japan and his philosophy of life.

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Faulkner, William.
These Thirteen: Stories.
A Very Good Plus copy in blue cloth binding that shows offsetting of the jacket design to the boards in a Very Good plus, unclipped dustjacket with some darkening and shallow edge wear to the spine along with two closed edge tears on the front panel. "These 13" was published during Faulkner's most productive and important period (1928-32), for his short story career. The stories in These 13 are arranged to present the shared themes and clarified problems, which lead Faulkner in the direction of his next novel Light in August. Of the thirteen stories in this collection, "Victory," "Ad Astra," "All the Dead Pilots," "Crevasse," "A Justice," "Mistral," "Divorce in Naples," and "Carcassonne" are published here for the first time.

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