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PERELMAN, S. J.

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    PERELMAN, S. J. Westward Ha! Or, around the World in Eighty Clichés.

    New York : 1948

    First edition, first printing. Presentation copy from the author, inscribed on the front free endpaper: "For John McFadden with cordial best wishes, S. J. Perelman, 26 March 1966". Westward Ha! was the first of Perelman's "world travel pieces" (American National Biography). Learn More
    £475.00

    Stock Code: 112119

  2. The Most of S. J. Perelman.
    PERELMAN, S. J. The Most of S. J. Perelman.

    New York : 1958

    First edition, first printing. A comprehensive anthology of the great humorist, inscribed by the author to his friend and collaborator Ronald Searle, and Searle's editor-wife Kaye Webb, on the front free endpaper, "For Ronald & Kaye, these spurious moonbeams and assorted novelties, Love Sid, S. J. Perelman, 8 October 1958". Learn More
    £975.00

    Stock Code: 76516

  3. The Beauty Part.
    PERELMAN, S. J. The Beauty Part.

    New York : 1963

    First edition, first printing. Inscribed (on Valentine's Day) by the author to his friend and collaborator Ronald Searle on the front free endpaper, "For Monica and Ronald, this obstreporous sic vaudeville with love from its author, Sid. 14 February, 1968". Includes, loosely inserted, an envelope dated Feb 12 1986 to Searle from Perelman containing... Learn More
    £975.00

    Stock Code: 76521

  4. Baby, It's Cold Inside!
    PERELMAN, S. J. Baby, It's Cold Inside!

    London : 1970

    First UK edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "To John and Alexis, in memory of shipboard suffering only alleviated by their company. With all the best, Sidney, S. J. Perelman, 24 May, 1970". Learn More
    £275.00

    Stock Code: 86700

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