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Tom ( Thomas )Wolfe, born 1930, is an American journalist turned novelist who brought a whole new style to the genre. He remains best known for his seminal work, The Bonfire of Vanities, which although not his rarest or most valuable book, is perhaps the most sought after by collectors, due mainly to being considered a cornerstone book for general collectors of modern first editions.

Anyone wishing to put together a full collection of first editions should be able to do so with too lavish a budget. There is also room for expansion with several signed limited editions in slip-cases and also some deluxe editions published by the Franklin Library. ( Wolf )
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Title   Date Notes
The Kandy-Kolored Tangerine Flake Farrar 1965 UK: 1966 Cape, as Streamline Baby
The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test Strauss 1968 UK: 1969 Weidenfeld
The Pump House Gang Ditto 1968 UK: 1969 Nicholson as The Mid-Atlantic Man
Radical Chic and Mau-Mauing Ditto 1970 UK: 1971 Joseph
Te Painted Word Ditto 1975  
Mauve Gloves and Madmen Ditto 1976  
The Right Stuff Ditto 1979 UK: 1979 Cape
In Our Time Ditto 1980 UK: 1980 Picador, wraps
From Bauhaus to Our House Ditto 1981 Limited edition also. UK: 1982 Cape
The Purple Decades Ditto 1982 450 signed copies also. UK: 1983 Cape
The Bonfire of Vanities Ditto 1987 Signed limiteds also. UK: 1988 Cape
A Man in Full Ditto 1998 Deluxe edition also. UK: 1998 Cape
Hooking Up Ditto 2000  

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