Greil Marcus

Greil Marcus is the author of The Doors, Mystery Train, and other books.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: One-Way StreetOne-Way StreetBenjamin, Walter
Jennings, Michael W.
Jephcott, Edmund
PAPERBACK05/02/2016$13.50
Cover: Three Songs, Three Singers, Three NationsThree Songs, Three Singers, Three NationsMarcus, GreilHARDCOVER10/07/2015$19.95
Cover: A New Literary History of AmericaA New Literary History of AmericaMarcus, Greil
Sollors, Werner
PAPERBACK05/07/2012$29.00
Cover: Lipstick Traces: A Secret History of the Twentieth Century, Twentieth Anniversary EditionLipstick Traces: A Secret History of the Twentieth Century, Twentieth Anniversary EditionMarcus, GreilPAPERBACK11/30/2009$33.50
Cover: A New Literary History of AmericaA New Literary History of AmericaMarcus, Greil
Sollors, Werner
HARDCOVER09/23/2009$51.50
Cover: Dead Elvis: A Chronicle of a Cultural ObsessionDead Elvis: A Chronicle of a Cultural ObsessionMarcus, GreilPAPERBACK03/15/1999$19.50
Cover: In the Fascist Bathroom: Punk in Pop Music, 1977-1992In the Fascist Bathroom: Punk in Pop Music, 1977-1992Marcus, GreilPAPERBACK03/15/1999$37.50
Cover: The Dustbin of HistoryThe Dustbin of HistoryMarcus, GreilPAPERBACK04/25/1997$16.50
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