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  • HOW OFTEN DO WE REMEMBER? Seven Poems. by Clare, Elizabeth.
    Clare, Elizabeth.
    HOW OFTEN DO WE REMEMBER? Seven Poems.

    Edition: First printing.

    Oakland, CA: Amphibian Press, 1987. dj. SIGNED first edition - An early work by the transgender poet, writer and activist Eli Clare, a group of poems written on the Great Peace March forGlobal Nuclear Disarmament, an eight and a half month walk from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. INSCRIBED on the first page "-- much love, Elizabeth" and dated in July 1987. Designed, handset and printed by Elizabeth Johnson at the Eucalyptus Press Mills College, Oakland, California. Hand tied in black wrappers with a terra cotta outer wrapper. Unpaginated.

    Condition: Near fine in near fine dust jacket (light crease to outer wrapper)

    Book ID: 65158
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  • THE GODS OF TANGO. by De Robertis, Carolina.
    De Robertis, Carolina.
    THE GODS OF TANGO.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2015. dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - The author's third novel, one which is about crossing boundaries - gender, sexual and geographical - and the growth of the tango. "February 1913: seventeen-year-old Leda, carrying only a small trunk and her father's cherished violin, leaves her Italian village for a new home, and a new husband, in Argentina. Arriving in Buenos Aires, she discovers that he has been killed, but she remains: . . she is seduced by the music that underscores life in the city: tango, born from lower-class immigrant voices, now the illicit, scandalous dance of brothels and cabarets. . . Knowing that she can never play in public as a woman. She…

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    New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2015. dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - The author's third novel, one which is about crossing boundaries - gender, sexual and geographical - and the growth of the tango. "February 1913: seventeen-year-old Leda, carrying only a small trunk and her father's cherished violin, leaves her Italian village for a new home, and a new husband, in Argentina. Arriving in Buenos Aires, she discovers that he has been killed, but she remains: . . she is seduced by the music that underscores life in the city: tango, born from lower-class immigrant voices, now the illicit, scandalous dance of brothels and cabarets. . . Knowing that she can never play in public as a woman. She cuts off her hair, binds her breasts, and becomes 'Dante'." SIGNED on the title page. 363 pp. ISBN: 978-1101874493.

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    Condition: Very near fine in a fine dustjacket (as new, but with a remainder dot).

    Book ID: 71991
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  • Ebershoff, David.
    THE DANISH GIRL: A Novel.

    Edition: Advance Reading Copy (trade paperback format. )

    New York: Viking, 2000. Author's unusual first novel, inspired by the true story of Danish painter Einar Wegener and his California-born wife.

    Condition: Fine.

    Book ID: 19802
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  • WE SELDOM LOOK ON LOVE: Stories. by Gowdy, Barbara.
    Gowdy, Barbara.
    WE SELDOM LOOK ON LOVE: Stories.

    Edition: First US printing.

    New York: Harper Collins, (1993.) dj. Hardcover first edition - First hardcover edition of this collection of eight short stories, originally published in Canada as a trade paperback. These stories - with their themes of necrophilia, freaks and outsiders - push past the limits of convention. 209 pp. ISBN: 0-06017031X.

    Condition: very near fine in a fine dust jacket. (remainder line.)

    Book ID: 42170
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