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Cartagine In Fiamme (carthage In Flames), Salgari, Emilio
1 Salgari, Emilio Cartagine In Fiamme (carthage In Flames)
Milan, Italy Antonio Vallardi 1921 Trade Edition Paperback Good+ 
B&W Illustrations; This is a trade sized paperback book. The book is in Good+ to Near Very Good- condition and was issued without a dust jacket. The book covers have edge wear, rubbing and several smallish edge tears. The covers have noticeable darkening / toning to the spine and edges of the book covers. The text pages are generally clean and bright, but does have toning due to the acid content of the paper. "Salgari's work was imitated in one form or another by many who came after him. A large part of the Italian adventure literature is a continuation of Salgari's work. Many late 19th century writers such as Luigi Motta and Emilio Fancelli wrote further Sandokan adventures imitating Salgari's style: fast-paced, filled with great battles, blood, violence and punctuated with humour. The style soon spread to movies and television. One example is the work of the director Sergio Leone, whose outlaw heroes in his Spaghetti Westerns were inspired by Salgari's piratical adventurers. More than 50 film adaptations have been made of Salgari's novels, and many more were inspired by his work (corsair stories, jungle adventure stories, and swashbuckling B movies, such as Morgan, the Pirate, starring Steve Reeves)." 
Price: 20.00 USD
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I Corsari Dell Bermude (the Corsaire From Bermuda), Salgari, Emilio
2 Salgari, Emilio I Corsari Dell Bermude (the Corsaire From Bermuda)
Milan, Italy R. Bemporad & Figlio 1921 Trade Edition Paperback Very Good- 
B&W Illustrations; This is a trade sized paperback book. The book is in Very Good- condition and was issued without a dust jacket. The book covers have edge wear, rubbing and several smallish edge tears. There is an inch long chip to the bottom spine end. The covers have darkening / toning to the spine and edges of the book covers. The text pages are generally clean and bright, but does have toning due to the acid content of the paper. "Salgari's work was imitated in one form or another by many who came after him. A large part of the Italian adventure literature is a continuation of Salgari's work. Many late 19th century writers such as Luigi Motta and Emilio Fancelli wrote further Sandokan adventures imitating Salgari's style: fast-paced, filled with great battles, blood, violence and punctuated with humour. The style soon spread to movies and television. One example is the work of the director Sergio Leone, whose outlaw heroes in his Spaghetti Westerns were inspired by Salgari's piratical adventurers. More than 50 film adaptations have been made of Salgari's novels, and many more were inspired by his work (corsair stories, jungle adventure stories, and swashbuckling B movies, such as Morgan, the Pirate, starring Steve Reeves)." 
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La Perla Sanguinosa (the Bloody Pearl), Salgari, Emilio
3 Salgari, Emilio La Perla Sanguinosa (the Bloody Pearl)
Milan, Italy Antonio Vallardi 1920 Trade Edition Paperback Very Good- 
B&W Illustrations; This is an oversized paperback book. The text is entirely in ITALIAN. The book is in Very Good- to Very Good condition. The book is in generally clean condition. The spine of the book has a noticeable slant. The spine ends have edge wear and nicking. There is a small tear to the top front spine joint . The spine of the book has heavy toning and the rear cover has toning and large spots of foxing. The text pages are clean, with some toning to the edges. "Salgari wrote more than 200 adventure stories and novels, setting his tales in exotic locations, with heroes from a wide variety of cultures. He gained inspiration from reading foreign literature and newspapers, travel magazines and encyclopedias, which he used to portray his heroes' worlds. He wrote four major series: The Pirates of Malaysia; The Black Corsair Saga; The Pirates of Bermuda; and a collection of adventures set in the Old West. Salgariís heroes were mostly pirates, outlaws and barbarians, fighting against greed, abuse of power, and corruption." 
Price: 30.00 USD
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La Scotennatrice (the Scout / Scoutman), Salgari, Emilio
4 Salgari, Emilio La Scotennatrice (the Scout / Scoutman)
Firenze, Italy R. Bemporad & Figlio 1921 Trade Edition Paperback Very Good Illustrated by G. Amato 
(The text is entirely in ITALIAN) This is a large trade sized paperback magazine. The book is in Very Good condition and was issued without a dust jacket. The book is in generally clean bright condition. There are small nicks and chips to the cover edges. The text pages are clean and bright. Illustrated throughout with monochrome illustrations by A. Della Valle. "Salgari's work was imitated in one form or another by many who came after him. A large part of the Italian adventure literature is a continuation of Salgari's work. Many late 19th century writers such as Luigi Motta and Emilio Fancelli wrote further Sandokan adventures imitating Salgari's style: fast-paced, filled with great battles, blood, violence and punctuated with humour. The style soon spread to movies and television. One example is the work of the director Sergio Leone, whose outlaw heroes in his Spaghetti Westerns were inspired by Salgari's piratical adventurers. More than 50 film adaptations have been made of Salgari's novels, and many more were inspired by his work (corsair stories, jungle adventure stories, and swashbuckling B movies, such as Morgan, the Pirate, starring Steve Reeves). Federico Fellini loved Salgari's books. Pietro Mascagni had over 50 Salgari titles in his library. Umberto Eco read Salgari's works as a child." 
Price: 25.00 USD
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La Stella Dell'araucania (the Star Of Araucania), Salgari, Emilio
5 Salgari, Emilio La Stella Dell'araucania (the Star Of Araucania)
Firenze, Italy R. Bemporad & Figlio 1921 Trade Edition Paperback Very Good Illustrated by C. Chiostri 
B&W Illustrations; (The text is entirely in ITALIAN) This is a large trade sized paperback magazine. The book is in Very Good condition and was issued without a dust jacket. The book is in generally clean bright condition. There are small nicks and chips to the cover edges. The text pages are clean and bright. Illustrated throughout with monochrome illustrations by C. Chiostri. There is a previous bookstore ink stamped name and address on the first free page. "Salgari's work was imitated in one form or another by many who came after him. A large part of the Italian adventure literature is a continuation of Salgari's work. Many late 19th century writers such as Luigi Motta and Emilio Fancelli wrote further Sandokan adventures imitating Salgari's style: fast-paced, filled with great battles, blood, violence and punctuated with humour. The style soon spread to movies and television. One example is the work of the director Sergio Leone, whose outlaw heroes in his Spaghetti Westerns were inspired by Salgari's piratical adventurers. More than 50 film adaptations have been made of Salgari's novels, and many more were inspired by his work (corsair stories, jungle adventure stories, and swashbuckling B movies, such as Morgan, the Pirate, starring Steve Reeves). Federico Fellini loved Salgari's books. Pietro Mascagni had over 50 Salgari titles in his library. Umberto Eco read Salgari's works as a child." 
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Le Selve Ardenti, Salgari, Emilio
6 Salgari, Emilio Le Selve Ardenti
Firenze, Italy R. Bemporad & Fuglio 1922 Trade Edition Paperback Good+ Illustrated by G. D'Amato 
B&W Illustrations; This is a trade sized pulp magazine. The magazine is in Good condition and was issued without a dust jacket. The spine of the book has a noticeable slant, and toning / darkening. The edges of the covers have nicking and wear. The text pages are clean, but noticeably darkened due to the acid content of the paper. The illustrations throughout are by G. D'Amato. "Salgari wrote more than 200 adventure stories and novels, setting his tales in exotic locations, with heroes from a wide variety of cultures. He gained inspiration from reading foreign literature and newspapers, travel magazines and encyclopedias, which he used to portray his heroes' worlds. He wrote four major series: The Pirates of Malaysia; The Black Corsair Saga; The Pirates of Bermuda; and a collection of adventures set in the Old West. Salgariís heroes were mostly pirates, outlaws and barbarians, fighting against greed, abuse of power, and corruption." 
Price: 35.00 USD
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Lo Schiavo Del Madagascar (the Slave Of Madagascar), Salgari, Emilio
7 Salgari, Emilio Lo Schiavo Del Madagascar (the Slave Of Madagascar)
Firenze, Italy R. Bemporad & Figlio 1920 Trade Edition Paperback Very Good- Illustrated by F. Fabbi 
B&W Illustrations; (The text is entirely in ITALIAN) This is a large trade sized paperback magazine. The book is in Very Good- condition and was issued without a dust jacket. The book is in generally clean bright condition. There are small nicks and chips to the cover edges. The white covers have generalized light toning, foxing and ground-in dirt. The text pages are generally clean and bright. Illustrated throughout with monochrome illustrations by F. Fabbi. There is a previous owner's bookplate adhered to the front inside cover. "Salgari's work was imitated in one form or another by many who came after him. A large part of the Italian adventure literature is a continuation of Salgari's work. Many late 19th century writers such as Luigi Motta and Emilio Fancelli wrote further Sandokan adventures imitating Salgari's style: fast-paced, filled with great battles, blood, violence and punctuated with humour. The style soon spread to movies and television. One example is the work of the director Sergio Leone, whose outlaw heroes in his Spaghetti Westerns were inspired by Salgari's piratical adventurers. More than 50 film adaptations have been made of Salgari's novels, and many more were inspired by his work (corsair stories, jungle adventure stories, and swashbuckling B movies, such as Morgan, the Pirate, starring Steve Reeves). Federico Fellini loved Salgari's books. Pietro Mascagni had over 50 Salgari titles in his library. Umberto Eco read Salgari's works as a child." 
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Sulle Frontiere Del Far-west, Salgari, Emilio
8 Salgari, Emilio Sulle Frontiere Del Far-west
Firenze, Italy R. Bemporad & Figlio 1921 Trade Edition Paperback Very Good- Illustrated by G. Amato 
(The text is entirely in ITALIAN) This is a large trade sized paperback magazine. The book is in Very Good- condition and was issued without a dust jacket. The spine has a noticeable slant . There are small nicks and chips to the cover edges. The rear cover has a two inch sized spot of light discoloration. The text pages are clean and bright. Illustrated throughout with monochrome illustrations by G. Amato. "Salgari's work was imitated in one form or another by many who came after him. A large part of the Italian adventure literature is a continuation of Salgari's work. Many late 19th century writers such as Luigi Motta and Emilio Fancelli wrote further Sandokan adventures imitating Salgari's style: fast-paced, filled with great battles, blood, violence and punctuated with humour. The style soon spread to movies and television. One example is the work of the director Sergio Leone, whose outlaw heroes in his Spaghetti Westerns were inspired by Salgari's piratical adventurers. More than 50 film adaptations have been made of Salgari's novels, and many more were inspired by his work (corsair stories, jungle adventure stories, and swashbuckling B movies, such as Morgan, the Pirate, starring Steve Reeves). Federico Fellini loved Salgari's books. Pietro Mascagni had over 50 Salgari titles in his library. Umberto Eco read Salgari's works as a child." 
Price: 30.00 USD
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