Upon his death, George Battle’s son, John, takes over the farm after a stint doing . Steinbeck introduces another resident of the Pastures of Heaven named. In Nobel Prize winner John Steinbeck’s beautifully rendered depictions of small yet fateful moments that transform ordinary lives, these twelve early stories. The Pastures of Heaven is a short story cycle by John Steinbeck, first published in , consisting of twelve interconnected stories about a valley.
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Showing best matches Show all copies. What makes Biblio different? Sign In Register Help Cart. Summary Discuss Reviews 0 The Pastures of Heaven is a novel by John Steinbeck, first published inconsisting of twelve interconnected stories about a valley in Monterey, California, which was discovered by a Spanish corporal while chasing runaway Indian slaves.
Log-in or create an account first! A magnificent dustjacket that is vibrant in color with seldom seen in this nice condition. The book is in excellent condition. The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp with slight wear to the panel and edges.
The Pastures of Heaven
The pages are exceptionally clean with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. We buy Steinbeck First Editions. According to Harry Thornton Moore in his first critical study of Steinbeck’s works, The Pastures of Heaven “is the most popular of Steinbeck’s three early books. It points the way to most of his subsequent writing. Jacket 2 mm shorter than the book. Bookbid Rare Books Published: It points the way to most of his subsequent writing,” laid into the book is a 2. Jacket verso is well-reinforced with tape, but it is still joyn very good copy.
A beautiful dustjacket that is rich in color with minor wear to the front panel and edges. This First Issue dustjacket has all the first issue points present. The book is bound in the publisher’s cloth and is in excellent condition.
The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp. The pages are clean, with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book with minor discoloration to the front endpaper.
First edition, first issue. A near fine clean copy in a nearly fine dust jacket that has been expertly restored. One of about printed. A short story cycle consisting of twelve interconnected stories about a valley, the Corral de Tierra, in Monterey, California which was discovered by a Spanish corporal while chasing runaway Indian slaves.
Ed Smith Books Published: A near fine clean copy in a nearly fine dust jacket that has been expertly restored Edition: This original dustjacket has some chipping to the spine.
The book is in nice condition. The binding is tight with light wear to the boards. The pages are clean, with NO marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a lovely copy of this true first edition, in collector’s condition. Includes a custom clamshell slipcase for preservation. We buy Steinbeck First Editions with the original dustjacket.
Green cloth titled in gilt. First edition of the author’s second book. Cloth faded at spine and extremities, and gilt rubbed at front panel, rubbed off at spine. Cloth is rubbed through at bottom points, though only slightly. Points are essentially sharp.
The DJ in mylar has extensive inner reparations at spine and folds, and is mildly edgeworn, with a few short closed edge tears. First UK edition, first printing. Original green cloth with black titles to the spine, in both the printed dustwrapper and the original glassine.
A stunning fine copy, without inscriptions or stamps, just a few light foxing spots to the tops edge of the text block. Complete with the very near fine lightly creased dustwrapper which has one small scuff to the spine.
The original glassine is also present, as issued. An exceptional copy, rare in the dustwrapper. Goldstone and Payne A2d. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request.
Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers. The Pastures of Heaven. Covici Friede, but First edition, fourth issue. Binding darkened a shade, more so to spine, minor fraying to spine and corners just showing, overall very good in darkened dust jacket, once again, more so to spine and with some random spotting and shallow chipping, in mylar cover.
Inscribed by the author in the year of issue, “For Ed Lee John Steinbeck, ” A previous dealer has indicated that the recipient was H. Lee, lifelong Salinas resident. Ballou and by the latter to Covici-Friede. Binding darkened a shade, more so to spine, minor fraying to spine and corners just showing, overall very good in darkened dust Edition: First Edition, 4th issue. Beige cloth binding, dark red titles, light green topstain.
Book very good plus with unobtrusive date stamp to dedication page at binding edge.
Very rare with DJ. The book is in great shape without the ubiquitous fading to the spine with light wear to the boards. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning and the boards are crisp. The pages are exceptionally clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book.
A lovely hraven with “The Neatest Trick of the Year” promotional brochure produced by Ballou and with a portion of the wraparound band announcing the new publisher. Previous owner name on front jacket flap.
A very uncommon copy of Steinbeck’s uncommon second book in a very collectible state. A recurring theme in the book is the pain caused when people try ineptly to help or to please others. Of the remaining original printed sets, Ballou published an undetermined number of copies in the third issue.
That number was probably in the xteinbeck range and in Ballow sold the remaining copies ? Gregor Rare Books Published: First Edition, Fourth Issue.
Publisher’s tan cloth binding stamped in maroon, with title page tipped in.
Very Good yeaven toning to pages, and to cloth at spine and edges. In a Very Good dust jacket with price intact, toning to spine and edges, several small stains to spine, light edge wear with minor chipping at corners and spine ends. Ballou, which were again sold here to Covici-Friede and likely steinbexk in hraven Goldstone and Payne A2e. Tan cloth titled in red. The green topstain has mostly faded, the boards have a faint trace of darkening.
A sound, square, unmarked copy, about fine. Probably a former private lending library copy with label on rear pastedown, and paper remnant of front pastedown, else very good lacking the dustwrapper. Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Argosy Book Store Published: Published in Heacen ofbefore Cup of Gold was issued in Great Britain inthus being the first of Steinbeck’s works to appear in England.
Edges untrimmed and unstained. The page ends and the edges are browning as is usually seen. No internal marks, names or writing.
None available anywhere like this one. First edition, third heaben with Robert Ballou imprint on spine and title page, which is a cancel. Very Good, with spine heavily faded and covers faded along edges, gilt stamping is oxidized.
A solid copy, lacking the scarce dust jacket.
The Pastures of Heaven by John Steinbeck
First Edition, First Issue. Although the firm printed 2, sets of sheets, only 1, copies were bound and copies were sold. Second Story Books Published: First edition, first issue of Steinbeck’s rare second book only were bound, only copies sold. Original green cloth stamped in gilt spine faded with some wear to cloth; spine cocked; bookplate; some offset and spotting to text; small ink note on front pastedown.
Most of the rear jacket flap and rear cover of the jacket are mounted on rear endpapers. Arundel Books of Seattle Published: