New York, New York, U.S.A. , Viking Press : 1987
Edition: First Edition
Seller ID: cfe10087
First Printing. Signed by Rushdie on title page. 170 pp. Handsome copy written before "Satanic Verses". There is a remainder mark at the bottom-- Else V/G D/J & book. Signed by the author at Chapman University on 05/31/08. View More...
New York, New York, U.S.A. , Pantheon Books : 1996
Seller ID: cfe10101
Binding: Hard Cover
First Edition-First Printing 1996. Signed on the title page at Chapman University on 3/31/08. A handsome copy by the author of "Satanic Verses". Book condition is "Fine"-D/J is near fine. Mylar protected in Brod-Art jacket.Conservatively graded. Magical Realism. View More...
Westminster, Maryland, Random House: 2001
Seller ID: cfe10549
First Printing. A handsome signed copy- fine in a fine dustjacket that has just the hint of very minor rubbing to the back panel. Protected in a BrodArt jacket cover. Rushdie is a remarkable novelist who has had to put up with a lot of undue pressure from religious fundamentalists. This novel centers on New York City and how the city and it's people hover on the edge of "Fury" 24 hours a day. "Fury" is Rushdie's statement on the human condition and the ever present evil of the dark side of human nature. A very collectable copy. View More...
First Printing (1-10) A stunning very fine flatsigned copy in an unclipped and very fine dustjacket. Flawless new copy. Signed at Chaucer's bookstore in Santa Barbara, California---June 2008. Comes with a bookmark advertising the signing event. Rushdie's new novel for 2008. Collectable. View More...
First Printing (1-10) Signed by the author. Very fine in a very fine unclipped and mylar protected dustjacket. Rushdie's new novel continuing on his East-West and Magical Realism themes. An Indian Princess and a blonde haired blue eyed Florentine in the near Middle Ages-Renaissance scenario. Collectable. Rushdie is a Booker Prize winning author and also a "Booker of Booker's" for "Midnight's Children". View More...