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August 23, 1974 - Image 8

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Friday, August 23, 1974

Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OUR FIRST EVER

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CLEARANCE SALE
Offering
Michigan's Largest Selection of Non-Text
BOOKS at 20% off

SALE BEGINS FRIDAY (Today), Saturday & Sunday (August
23, 24, 25th). Open 9 a.m.-10 p.m. Mon.-Sat., Sun. 11-6.
SALE ENDS SUNDAY 6 p.m. No books held-no phone orders.
. 201% discount . posters * framed prints . a Dutch auction
table. 1975 calendars (Escher, Tolkien, Sierra Club, Eric Sloane)

Thousands & thousands of books, ALL AT 20% OFF including
the best selection around of art & photography books, chess,
philosophy, psychology, cookbooks, fiction, poetry. The whole
thing. Here's a chance to buy a classic as well as just published
books at a juicy discount. For example:

CENTENNIAL. James A. Michener. A maior novel about the size of Hawaii,
with a fictional county, characters and true psychological history. Patiently,
winding through time and mind, Michener aradually brings into focus a huge
collage of the American early West to 1973. Epic. Published this month at
$10.95. SALE $8.76
WORKING by Studs Terkel. Studs is a live wire, and only a down to earth
man could get this together. Like generations of American writers, Terkel is
trying to find America, and he looks at working people of all fields, from
carpenter to hooker to farmer. He lets people talk about what they do and
how they feel about it. A source book on America. Publ. at $10.00. SALE $8.00
AMERICA by Alister Cooke. The book that came from his remarkable docu-
mentary film, AMERICA is a look through the lens of history to find out how
we got where we are. A very visual book with lush illustrations, it captures
much of the dilemna and wonder of America, with a fine sauce of nostalgia.
Publ. at $15.00. SALE $12.00

JOY OF SEX. ed. Alex Comfort. This is not a pseudonymn. Comfort was writ-
ing scholarly, psychological books in the 1940's, until one evenina while
sippina a B&B and reading the Kama Sutro, his wife's copy of JOY OF
COOKING unexplainedly fell from a shelf into his lap. Both books were dis-
bound in the fall, and the pages hopelessly intermersed. Comfort, seeing the
appropriateness of it all, felicitiously repoinated in his own intimate way.
Now appropriately in softbound at $4.95. SALE $3.96
MORE JOY. by Dr. Comfort. "A lovemokinq companion to the JOY OF SEX."
The seauel emphasizes relationships, people, etc, with such chapter headings
as Language of the Body. Special Needs, and Couples and Others. Both books
are destined to become an important part of our thinking and feeling since
they are to be at least partly the basis of future sexual counseling. Just pub-
lished at $12.95. SPECIAL SALE $10.36

livrbrrs' Book. #4v-v

316 So. State St.

668-7653

Ann Arbor

previously discounted books not included Mastercharge and Bank An1ericard welcome

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