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    Uncovered the Hidden Art of the Girlie Pulp HC

    $40.00
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    (W/A/CA) Douglas Ellis. The colorfully covered* cheaply printed pulp magazine of the 1920s and 30s were a staple of popular culture that offered every genre of readership the sensual thrills* adventures* and entertainments they craved. This tribute to the "bad girls" introduces a wealth of colorful cover art from the likes of Pep* Saucy Stories* Spicy Adventure* and Bedtime Stories* capturing the provocative sense and taste of what the glory years of pulp magazines had to offer their enthusiastic readers. (Adventure House) HC* 12x9* 200pg* FC
    SKU: DCD209821
    Availability: In stock

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    (W/A/CA) Douglas Ellis. The colorfully covered* cheaply printed pulp magazine of the 1920s and 30s were a staple of popular culture that offered every genre of readership the sensual thrills* adventures* and entertainments they craved. This tribute to the "bad girls" introduces a wealth of colorful cover art from the likes of Pep* Saucy Stories* Spicy Adventure* and Bedtime Stories* capturing the provocative sense and taste of what the glory years of pulp magazines had to offer their enthusiastic readers. (Adventure House) HC* 12x9* 200pg* FC