The circus over, the townsfolk scatter to the winds. The Viking Press, From: We work hard to protect your security and privacy. Hard Cover. Ed Cunningham (John Ericson), editor-in-chief of the Abalone Daily Star, counters Stark’s capitalist scheming by pointing out that, “Any place people work & live together is something–something very important.” 1935 Hardcover. "Dazzling and macabre, literary and philosophical, Translated by David Beus and Brian Evenson, Edited and with an introduction by Nicoletta Pireddu, Preface to the French edition by Olivier Dumas, Edited and with an introduction by Michael R. Page, The Man with the Strange Head and Other Early Science Fiction Stories. The Limited Editions Club, About this Item: The Limited Editions Club. Arizona 100:29 Bound at The Stinehour Press in cotton cloth with the Thebes pattern designed by Susan Thatcher. Orig. Illustrated. The small things: The Circus of Doctor Lao visits the town of Abalone, Arizona. J. Mercurio, Books, Maps, & Prints This is copy no.543. Inked date on front flap, unclipped with $2.50 pencilled-in price. Ben Abramson, New York, New York (Bryn Mawr, PA, U.S.A.), About this Item: 1982.

Slight lean to spine, with hinges a touch tender. | Contact this seller

I bought this after reading it, on my kindle, and am just a very happy man to have the actual printed version to give to my lovely lady. Condition: Good +. Limited Edition of 2000 signed and numbered copies. Yellow DJ also very good, with 1/8" chipping at head, heel of spine, foldwear and horizontal mark at center caused by old-style Brodart. Tall quarto, 123 pgs. I had a used copy of it for a while but never got around to reading the story. Something went wrong.

Signed by Author. The 7 Faces of Dr. Lao (1964 MGM) is based on the Circus of Dr. Lao, a 1935 fantasy novel by Charles G. Finney. 5.00 price intact on jacket flap.

Seller Inventory # 270383. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. FINNEY, Charles G. The Circus of Dr. Lao.

Signed by Author(s). Some shelf wear and significant scuffing to slipcase. (ROCHESTER, MI, U.S.A.), About this Item: Abramson, 1945. 154 pp.

(1948), From: Finney by himself became a significant representative of the pre-war fantasy and horror literature. Hardcover. Original red cloth, paper labels on spine and front board, printed dust jacket (some minor edgewear and sunning). Hound of the hedges: Created when water touched a dry rice field for the first time in many years. Fish, Gordon Noel (illustrator). 1/4" missing across the top and 1/8" missing ac ross the bottom of the spine. Etchings by Claire van Vliet printed within text in brown and ochre. It gives nothing away, but offers much sustenance to those willing to take the risk of stepping into the tents housing its bizarre attractions.”— He appears as Dr. Lao, who alternates between a comical Chinese stereotype speaking in broken English and a dignified figure with a solemn deep voice and a mastery of English; Medusa; Pan; the Abominable Snowman; Apollonius of Tyana, who serves as the sideshow fortune teller and who refuses to shield people from unhappy truths; the magician Merlin, who is so old and fumbling that the obtuse audience does not realize he performs actual miracles when not performing clumsy sleight of hand; a stop-motion serpent that changes its face, depending on who looks at it; and, finally, a circus patron who appears once in a crowd scene.

The review also pointed out the influence of Dr Lao on Ray Bradbury's Something Wicked This Way Comes [5]. Ben Abramson, New York, 1945. Customer Service E-mail: customerservice@longleafservices.org | Book Orders E-mail: orders@longleafservices.org | Journals Customer Service E-mail: journals@unl.edu, © 2015 University of Nebraska Press | 1111 Lincoln Mall | Lincoln, NE 68588-0630. The conflict of the story starts with local tycoon Clinton Stark (Arthur O’Connell) pitching the townspeople the idea of their land being worthless. Illustrated with relief etchings by Claire Van Vliet. endpapers. Town librarian Angela Benedict (Barbara Eden) questions Stark on his specific reasons for buying “worthless” property. A fine copy. Review Copy. Volume is in Very Good-plus condition. Viking, New York Signed.

First thus. With drawings by Boris Artzybasheff. Limited edition, copy 1267 of 2000, printed on Strathmore paper. The Circus of Dr. Lao (1935) is a novel written by the American newspaperman and writer Charles G. Finney.

... you are part of the Circus of Dr. Lao. The book is one eternal chapter. Optical Insights Claire Van Vliet (illustrator).

Seller Inventory # sf 2/10. (1945), From: BennettBooksLtd Binding remains sound. This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. More information about this seller Signed by Charles G. Finney at half-title. Condition: Very Good. | Contact this seller Published by

Relief etchings by Claire Van Vliet. decorated cloth in publisher's cloth slipcase. 154 pp. Condition: Good. van Vliet, Claire (illustrator). Van Vliet, Claire. A NEAR FINE FIRST THUS IN DJ. 1987, ABAA, ILAB

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The circus over, the townsfolk scatter to the winds. The Viking Press, From: We work hard to protect your security and privacy. Hard Cover. Ed Cunningham (John Ericson), editor-in-chief of the Abalone Daily Star, counters Stark’s capitalist scheming by pointing out that, “Any place people work & live together is something–something very important.” 1935 Hardcover. "Dazzling and macabre, literary and philosophical, Translated by David Beus and Brian Evenson, Edited and with an introduction by Nicoletta Pireddu, Preface to the French edition by Olivier Dumas, Edited and with an introduction by Michael R. Page, The Man with the Strange Head and Other Early Science Fiction Stories. The Limited Editions Club, About this Item: The Limited Editions Club. Arizona 100:29 Bound at The Stinehour Press in cotton cloth with the Thebes pattern designed by Susan Thatcher. Orig. Illustrated. The small things: The Circus of Doctor Lao visits the town of Abalone, Arizona. J. Mercurio, Books, Maps, & Prints This is copy no.543. Inked date on front flap, unclipped with $2.50 pencilled-in price. Ben Abramson, New York, New York (Bryn Mawr, PA, U.S.A.), About this Item: 1982.

Slight lean to spine, with hinges a touch tender. | Contact this seller

I bought this after reading it, on my kindle, and am just a very happy man to have the actual printed version to give to my lovely lady. Condition: Good +. Limited Edition of 2000 signed and numbered copies. Yellow DJ also very good, with 1/8" chipping at head, heel of spine, foldwear and horizontal mark at center caused by old-style Brodart. Tall quarto, 123 pgs. I had a used copy of it for a while but never got around to reading the story. Something went wrong.

Signed by Author. The 7 Faces of Dr. Lao (1964 MGM) is based on the Circus of Dr. Lao, a 1935 fantasy novel by Charles G. Finney. 5.00 price intact on jacket flap.

Seller Inventory # 270383. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. FINNEY, Charles G. The Circus of Dr. Lao.

Signed by Author(s). Some shelf wear and significant scuffing to slipcase. (ROCHESTER, MI, U.S.A.), About this Item: Abramson, 1945. 154 pp.

(1948), From: Finney by himself became a significant representative of the pre-war fantasy and horror literature. Hardcover. Original red cloth, paper labels on spine and front board, printed dust jacket (some minor edgewear and sunning). Hound of the hedges: Created when water touched a dry rice field for the first time in many years. Fish, Gordon Noel (illustrator). 1/4" missing across the top and 1/8" missing ac ross the bottom of the spine. Etchings by Claire van Vliet printed within text in brown and ochre. It gives nothing away, but offers much sustenance to those willing to take the risk of stepping into the tents housing its bizarre attractions.”— He appears as Dr. Lao, who alternates between a comical Chinese stereotype speaking in broken English and a dignified figure with a solemn deep voice and a mastery of English; Medusa; Pan; the Abominable Snowman; Apollonius of Tyana, who serves as the sideshow fortune teller and who refuses to shield people from unhappy truths; the magician Merlin, who is so old and fumbling that the obtuse audience does not realize he performs actual miracles when not performing clumsy sleight of hand; a stop-motion serpent that changes its face, depending on who looks at it; and, finally, a circus patron who appears once in a crowd scene.

The review also pointed out the influence of Dr Lao on Ray Bradbury's Something Wicked This Way Comes [5]. Ben Abramson, New York, 1945. Customer Service E-mail: customerservice@longleafservices.org | Book Orders E-mail: orders@longleafservices.org | Journals Customer Service E-mail: journals@unl.edu, © 2015 University of Nebraska Press | 1111 Lincoln Mall | Lincoln, NE 68588-0630. The conflict of the story starts with local tycoon Clinton Stark (Arthur O’Connell) pitching the townspeople the idea of their land being worthless. Illustrated with relief etchings by Claire Van Vliet. endpapers. Town librarian Angela Benedict (Barbara Eden) questions Stark on his specific reasons for buying “worthless” property. A fine copy. Review Copy. Volume is in Very Good-plus condition. Viking, New York Signed.

First thus. With drawings by Boris Artzybasheff. Limited edition, copy 1267 of 2000, printed on Strathmore paper. The Circus of Dr. Lao (1935) is a novel written by the American newspaperman and writer Charles G. Finney.

... you are part of the Circus of Dr. Lao. The book is one eternal chapter. Optical Insights Claire Van Vliet (illustrator).

Seller Inventory # sf 2/10. (1945), From: BennettBooksLtd Binding remains sound. This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. More information about this seller Signed by Charles G. Finney at half-title. Condition: Very Good. | Contact this seller Published by

Relief etchings by Claire Van Vliet. decorated cloth in publisher's cloth slipcase. 154 pp. Condition: Good. van Vliet, Claire (illustrator). Van Vliet, Claire. A NEAR FINE FIRST THUS IN DJ. 1987, ABAA, ILAB

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Limited Edition. NF book in NF slipcase; Limited edition of 2000, rhis is 1899 ; 4to; 123 p. Circus of Dr. Lao. Dr. Lao (Tony Randall) is a Chinese philosophical acrobat, who will be 7322 years old this October–his speciality is wisdom. Condition: Very Good. Signed by Illustrator(s).

Limited Edition. Tightly bound, no marks.

4. 19. Folio. Altogether a copy in Very Good condition. Condition: Near Fine.

Tony Randall moves in & out of characters brilliantly, showing off his Broadway acting talents in ways that simultaneously delight & amaze. 1982. 30. Charles G. Finney illustrations by Boris Artzybasheff, Published by "Lewis is Scornful of Radio Culture: ...", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Circus_of_Dr._Lao&oldid=968143958, American fantasy novels adapted into films, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. It won one of the inaugural National Book Awards: the Most Original Book of 1935. Hard Cover. The paperback edition of 1974 received a positive review in the New York Times, which called the book a 'classic American joke', comparing it to the likes of Mark Twain, Ambrose Bierce and H.L. Illustrations from line drawings, plates, one double-page, illus. 12.

The circus over, the townsfolk scatter to the winds. The Viking Press, From: We work hard to protect your security and privacy. Hard Cover. Ed Cunningham (John Ericson), editor-in-chief of the Abalone Daily Star, counters Stark’s capitalist scheming by pointing out that, “Any place people work & live together is something–something very important.” 1935 Hardcover. "Dazzling and macabre, literary and philosophical, Translated by David Beus and Brian Evenson, Edited and with an introduction by Nicoletta Pireddu, Preface to the French edition by Olivier Dumas, Edited and with an introduction by Michael R. Page, The Man with the Strange Head and Other Early Science Fiction Stories. The Limited Editions Club, About this Item: The Limited Editions Club. Arizona 100:29 Bound at The Stinehour Press in cotton cloth with the Thebes pattern designed by Susan Thatcher. Orig. Illustrated. The small things: The Circus of Doctor Lao visits the town of Abalone, Arizona. J. Mercurio, Books, Maps, & Prints This is copy no.543. Inked date on front flap, unclipped with $2.50 pencilled-in price. Ben Abramson, New York, New York (Bryn Mawr, PA, U.S.A.), About this Item: 1982.

Slight lean to spine, with hinges a touch tender. | Contact this seller

I bought this after reading it, on my kindle, and am just a very happy man to have the actual printed version to give to my lovely lady. Condition: Good +. Limited Edition of 2000 signed and numbered copies. Yellow DJ also very good, with 1/8" chipping at head, heel of spine, foldwear and horizontal mark at center caused by old-style Brodart. Tall quarto, 123 pgs. I had a used copy of it for a while but never got around to reading the story. Something went wrong.

Signed by Author. The 7 Faces of Dr. Lao (1964 MGM) is based on the Circus of Dr. Lao, a 1935 fantasy novel by Charles G. Finney. 5.00 price intact on jacket flap.

Seller Inventory # 270383. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. FINNEY, Charles G. The Circus of Dr. Lao.

Signed by Author(s). Some shelf wear and significant scuffing to slipcase. (ROCHESTER, MI, U.S.A.), About this Item: Abramson, 1945. 154 pp.

(1948), From: Finney by himself became a significant representative of the pre-war fantasy and horror literature. Hardcover. Original red cloth, paper labels on spine and front board, printed dust jacket (some minor edgewear and sunning). Hound of the hedges: Created when water touched a dry rice field for the first time in many years. Fish, Gordon Noel (illustrator). 1/4" missing across the top and 1/8" missing ac ross the bottom of the spine. Etchings by Claire van Vliet printed within text in brown and ochre. It gives nothing away, but offers much sustenance to those willing to take the risk of stepping into the tents housing its bizarre attractions.”— He appears as Dr. Lao, who alternates between a comical Chinese stereotype speaking in broken English and a dignified figure with a solemn deep voice and a mastery of English; Medusa; Pan; the Abominable Snowman; Apollonius of Tyana, who serves as the sideshow fortune teller and who refuses to shield people from unhappy truths; the magician Merlin, who is so old and fumbling that the obtuse audience does not realize he performs actual miracles when not performing clumsy sleight of hand; a stop-motion serpent that changes its face, depending on who looks at it; and, finally, a circus patron who appears once in a crowd scene.

The review also pointed out the influence of Dr Lao on Ray Bradbury's Something Wicked This Way Comes [5]. Ben Abramson, New York, 1945. Customer Service E-mail: customerservice@longleafservices.org | Book Orders E-mail: orders@longleafservices.org | Journals Customer Service E-mail: journals@unl.edu, © 2015 University of Nebraska Press | 1111 Lincoln Mall | Lincoln, NE 68588-0630. The conflict of the story starts with local tycoon Clinton Stark (Arthur O’Connell) pitching the townspeople the idea of their land being worthless. Illustrated with relief etchings by Claire Van Vliet. endpapers. Town librarian Angela Benedict (Barbara Eden) questions Stark on his specific reasons for buying “worthless” property. A fine copy. Review Copy. Volume is in Very Good-plus condition. Viking, New York Signed.

First thus. With drawings by Boris Artzybasheff. Limited edition, copy 1267 of 2000, printed on Strathmore paper. The Circus of Dr. Lao (1935) is a novel written by the American newspaperman and writer Charles G. Finney.

... you are part of the Circus of Dr. Lao. The book is one eternal chapter. Optical Insights Claire Van Vliet (illustrator).

Seller Inventory # sf 2/10. (1945), From: BennettBooksLtd Binding remains sound. This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. More information about this seller Signed by Charles G. Finney at half-title. Condition: Very Good. | Contact this seller Published by

Relief etchings by Claire Van Vliet. decorated cloth in publisher's cloth slipcase. 154 pp. Condition: Good. van Vliet, Claire (illustrator). Van Vliet, Claire. A NEAR FINE FIRST THUS IN DJ. 1987, ABAA, ILAB

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