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INSCRIBED BY THORNTON WILDER

WILDER, Thornton. Merchant of Yonkers. New York and London, 1939.

First edition, inscribed on the half title by Wilder in the year of publication, the year after he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Our Town, “For —- —-, Greetings of Thornton Wilder, New Haven, April 27, 1939.” A beautiful copy. $3800.

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INSCRIBED BY THORNTON WILDER

WILDER, Thornton. Ides of March. New York, London, 1948 [i.e. 1947].

First trade edition, issued along with a signed limited edition (750 copies), of Wilder's "rich and human novel," inscribed on the title page by him, "Raymond L— Best wishes, Thornton Wilder, Hamden Conn. July 19 1970." $850.

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“SO: THERE HAD BEEN A MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE IN AN UNIMPORTANT CASE IN A SMALL MIDWESTERN TOWN”

WILDER, Thornton. Eighth Day. New York, Evanston, and London, 1967.

Signed limited first edition, number 147 of 500 copies signed by Wilder, of his acclaimed “suspenseful and deeply moving” blend of mystery and philosophy (New York Times). $600.

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