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, & 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.