The latest catalogue from Yesterday's Muse Books comes without a title, but it certainly has a most colorful cover. Neither is there a description of its contents, though it would be reasonable to describe it as a miscellany. Here are a few subjects with numerous representatives, particularly the first and last of these. There are books in fine bindings, about photography, poetry, children's books, and a selection of works by Edgar Rice Burroughs to make you go ape. While you may associate Burroughs with his most famous character, Tarzan of the Apes, he wrote several other extensive series,...
Rare Book Monthly Reviews - May - 2018 Issue
The George S. MacManus Company has issued a new catalogue on The Civil War (Part IV). MacManus' Civil War catalogues provide an enormous amount of material, much of it obscure or from small edition...Read More
Shapero Rare Books has issued a catalogue Of Penguins and Polar Bears. It shouldn't take too long to figure out what this is about. It is not so much about those particular species, but of their ha...Read More
The William Reese Company has issued their 352nd catalogue, Recent Acquisitions in Americana. This is something of an American history lesson, covering a variety of issues, famous and obscure, from...Read More