Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

DeLillo, Don

DeLillo, Don. Sories from Epoch: The First Fifty Issues. Cornell University Press, Ithaca (1966). (1947-1964) A Collection Of Short Stories From The Literary Journal Epoch; Includes: Mortality And Mercy In Vienna By Thomas Pynchon, The Contest For Aaron Gold By Phillip Roth, And Sweet Love Remembered By Joyce Carol Oates; Donald Delillo'S Story Take The A Train Is Signed By Delillo.

DeLillo, Don. Americana. Houghton Mifflin (1971). First Printing (Stated); 4,500 Copies.

DeLillo, Don. End Zone. Houghton Mifflin (1972). First Printing.

DeLillo, Don. Great Jones Street. Houghton Mifflin (1973). First Printing (Stated); 12,500 Copies.

DeLillo, Don. Ratners Star. Alfred A. Knopf (1976). First Printing.

DeLillo, Don. Players. Alfred A. Knopf (1977). First Printing.

DeLillo, Don. Running Dog. Alfred A. Knopf (1978). First Printing.

Birdwell, Cleo. Amazons. Holt, Rinehart, and Winston (1980). Cleo Birdwell Is A Pseudonym Used By Donald Delillo; Full Title: Amazons: An Intimate Memoir By The First Woman Ever To Play In The National Hockey League; First Printing.

DeLillo, Don. The Names. Alfred A. Knopf (1982). First Printing.

DeLillo, Don. White Noise. Viking (1985). First Printing.

DeLillo, Don. Underworld. Scribner (1997). 300 Promotional Copies Not For Sale; Signed By The Author.

DeLillo, Don. Love-Lies-Bleeding. Scribner (2005).

DeLillo, Don. Falling Man. Scribner (2007). First Printing With Complete Number Row 1 3 5 7 9 10 8 6 4 2.