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1 Brown, John Russell, and Bernard Harris (editors) Elizabethan Poetry
London Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd. 1960 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
The second title (following 'Jacobean Theatre' and preceding 'Early Shakespeare') in the publisher's "Stratford-Upon-Avon Studies" series, this one boasting contributions from editor Harris, F.T. Prince, Franklin Dickey, D.G. Rees, Donald Davie, Muriel Bradbrook, Jean Robertson, R.W. Ingram, Frank Kermode, and Robin Skelton. Publisher's tipped-in slip to front end paper indicates that this copy intended for consideration of use as a student text or reference book. Green cloth w/gilt spine lettering, 224 pages (including Index), illustrated. Tanned/dusty edges, in price-clipped dust jacket w/sun-darkened spine, light edgewear, a couple of quite short edge tears. 
Price: 9.50 USD
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2 Hebden, Mark (pseudonym of John Harris) Pel and the Pirates
London Hamish Hamilton 1984 0-241-11316-4 / 9780241113165 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
The eighth Pel novel, this one finding the Inspector on his honeymoon, but no less involved in bringing miscreants to justice. Black cloth w/gilt spine lettering, 187 pages, dust jacket illustration by Ken Reilly. Mild slant, mild wear to corners/spine ends, near 1/4" indentation to top edge of back cover, shallower indentation to top edge of front cover, black magic marker R to front pastedown (presumed to be a remainder mark of some sort), in price-clipped and rubbed dust jacket w/moderate edgewear, impressions, two small chips from top edge (spine and rear panel). Dust jacket now in protective mylar sleeve. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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3 Harris, John The Sleeping Mountain
Arrow 935 1967 1st Arrow edition Paperback Good 
On a small Italian island a long-quiescent volcano threatens eruption, but a corrupt mayor seeking re-election does nothing. "In the centre of the rising tension is Tom Patch, an easy-living British artist: his discarded mistress, Mrs. Hayward: his Italian girl, Cecilia. Over all of them, the volcano's terrible, destructive power--" 255 pages. Spine slant, reading crease, some edgewear, spine split between pages 92/3, general wear. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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