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        LE MORTE DARTHUR, The Birth Life and Acts of King Arthur, of His Noble Knights of the Round Table and Their Marvellous Enquests and Adventures

      London, J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd, Aldine House, 1927. The Achieving of the San Greal and in the End Le Morte DArthur with the Dolourous Death and Departing Out of This World of Them All. The Text as Written by Sir Thomas Malory and imprinted by William Caxton at Westminster the Year 1485 and now Spelled in Modern Style, Embellished with Many Original Designs by Aubrey Beardsley. With an Introduction by Professor John Rhys, and a Note on Aubrey Beardsley by Almer Vallance. THIRD EDITION 1927, limited to 1600 copies, divided into 21 books, 4to, approximately 295 x 230 mm, 11¾ x 9 inches, 22 plates including frontispiece, 5 are double page, frontispiece and 1 other plate are photogravures with tissue guards, many other small illustrations throughout and decorative borders, initials, and chapter headings, pages: lv, 538 including Glossary, original publisher's pictorial black cloth, gilt lettering and decoration to spine and upper cover, top edge gilt, the others untrimmed. Slight rubbing to binding, slight shelf-wear to bottom of spine, corners bumped and showing a little wear, frontispiece has pale stain to outer margin, not affecting the image, the other photogravure has a small pale stain to top and bottom edge of margins, pale offsetting from frontispiece to title page, 2 other very small pale stains to top margins, hardly noticeable, pale age-browning to margins, slight rubbing to first pastedown where a previous owner's name has been erased, slight rippling to endpapers, otherwise a very good clean copy. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        La suite dans les idées

      First edition, one advance (service de presse) copy.With an autograph inscription from Pierre Drieu la Rochelle for the "Revue des jeunes".A small lack at foot of spine. Au sans pareil Paris 1927 12x19cm broché

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        The Far North: A Book of Drawings

      Toronto: Rous & Mann, Limited, 1927. [1927]. First Edition of 1000 copies. Illustrated title page, 1 in-text map, followed by 17 plates. Newly bound into half black leather over black cloth boards, with two gilt stamped green leather title labels to the spine, with 5 raised bands, front board with illustrated paper panel kept from the original wraps. Marbled green endpapers. Signed by A. Y. Jackson on the title page. A handsome newly bound copy of this scarce book. . Signed. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good.

      [Bookseller: Karol Krysik Books, Member ABAC, IOBA]
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        BLENDED WORLDS ..

      Miami, Arizona: Southern Arizona Publishing Co., 1927.. Octavo, pp. [1-6] [1-3] 4-243 [244-250] [note: first two and last three leaves are blanks], original blue cloth, front and spine panels stamped in gold. First edition. Limited to 100 copies numbered and signed by Van Dyke, plus some out-of-series copies, this being one of the latter. Eccentric occult science fiction novel, sequel to THE FLASH, also privately printed by the author in an edition of 100 copies in Miami, Arizona, in 1927. THE FLASH and its sequel first appeared as serials in the Miami, Arizona, DAILY SILVER BELT. This is definitely not your usual Victorian, talking-heads-in-flowing-white-robes kind of occult romance; but rather a wild and wooly tale in the American tradition of such works as RONDAH, REVI-LONA, and DR. ZELL AND THE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE. It's a red-blooded, action-packed adventure, blending backdrops of the Wild West and the Roaring Twenties, complete with bootleggers, prize fighters, romantic passion, grizzled prospectors, super science and a bizarre 25-page journey through an underworld cavern in which we learn about Glowhumes, unsaturated Electrohumes, the Ancient Order of Wasted Propaganda, radicals and coefficients, the Interrogator and the Disseminator, and the progressive concentration of "sparkles" as one ascends the food chain. Taken together, they form the wacky, sui generis occultism that animates this story philosophically. Here is a quest whose hunted treasure turns out to be multilayered both figuratively and literally. It follows the adventures of Charlie, Mary and Frank (brother, sister, friend) in search of unspecified treasure at the foot of Sleeping Beauty, seen in a vision in Chicago, drawing them across the country in a covered wagon until they arrive in Arizona at a mountainous formation that looks like a giant Sleeping Beauty. Charlie is given to trances and astral travel, and early on in the story fails to return from one. It is his corpse, strapped to a rubber air mattress gliding sideways across a raging river that initiates the trip to the underworld. Mary is beautiful, quick, ethereal and extremely devoted to Charlie. Frank is brawny, slow, down-to-earth and extremely devoted to Mary. The story in large part is about how Mary becomes more earthy (and humble) and Frank more spiritual (and confident) until they pass through all the inner and outer obstacles keeping them apart as a romantic couple. Along the way, Frank becomes a champion prize fighter under the management of Dorothy, a feisty and fetching schoolteacher who gets off a bus to help Frank after the storm that separates him from Mary, but who then gets a taste of the fast life on Frank's winnings and finds another lover. Mary becomes a celebrated mind-reader, fortuneteller and faith-healer under the cynical management of her Uncle Joseph, a cagey prospector fond of doing vocal impressions. Van Dyke lacks the polish of the professional writer and is sometimes awkward, abrupt or confusing; but he tells a complex yet fast-moving story and tells it with suspense, psychological credibility, thematic depth, and comedy (sometimes unintentional). Most impressive is how he combines customarily opposite qualities, writing convincingly of the city and the desert, the boxing ring and a magical cavern, crooks and angels, thus making his book itself an intriguing example of blended worlds. A significant book that should be better known. Not in Bleiler (1948; 1978), Reginald (1979; 1992) or Day (1963). Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy Volume II, p. 110. Cloth rubbed at edges, several small stains, two gatherings slightly proud, a very good copy. Quite uncommon. (#149503)

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        Le pèse-nerfs suivi des Fragments d'un journal en enfer

      First edition dans le commerce, one of 32 numbered copies on vélin, the tirage de tête with 21 Hollande.A rare and good copy. Les cahiers du sud Marseille 1927 14x19,5cm broché

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        ANTOLOGÍA POÉTICA

      - Ejemplar único, mecanografiado y dedicado por el autor a un reconocido poeta segoviano. No se ha localizado una edición impresa de este libro. Se trata de una antología poética de: Nietzsche, poetas franceses contemporáneos, Pedro Salinas, Marechal, García Lorca (antología hecha sobre la edición Litoral impresa en Málaga en 1927), Pepín Bello, Alberti, Dante, selección sobre la Antología de Gerardo Diego en la Signo, etc. Año 1947. Encuadernado en holandesa con lomo en pergamino, muy buen estado. Unas 200 páginas. 22x16 cm. .- ATENCIÓN: Gastos de envío gratuitos a España por correo SIN CERTIFICAR. Otras tarifas: Certificado 72 h. +3,5 euros. Certificado 72 h. a domicilio +4,5 euros. Por mensajería +6 euros. Contrareembolso +8 euros

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        ESSAYS IN ZEN BUDDHISM. FIRST SERIES - SECOND SERIES - THIRD SERIES [FIRST EDITION 3 VOLUME SET]

      Luzac and Company, London 1927 - Complete set of Suzuki's Essays in three octavo volumes including the very scarce First Series, all First Editions. These epoch making volumes were published by Luzac and Company of London for The Eastern Buddhist Society of Kyoto, Japan, in 1927,1933, and 1934. True first editions not to be confused with the Rider reprints published in the 1950's. All bound in the original cloth with spines lettered in gilt. First Series, 1927, x, 423 pages. Contents include Zen As The Chinese Interpretation Of The Doctrine Of Enlightenment; Enlightenment And Ignorance; History Of Zen Buddhism In China, From Bodhi-Dharma To The Sixth Partiarch (Hui-Neng); Satori, And Practical Methods Of Zen Instruction; The Meditation Hall And The Ideals Of Zen Life; The Ten Cow-Herding Pictures. Very good with browning to the endsheets, no markings. Second Series, 1933, xii, 326 pages, with twenty-five collotype reproductions of Old Masters (some fold-out). Contents include The Koan Exercise; The Secret Message Of Bodhidharma; Two Zen Text-Books (the Pi-Yen-Chi and the Wu-Men-Kuan); Passivity In The Buddhist Life. Insect holes at extreme top corner of the first thirty pages, else clean and very good, no markings. Third Series, 1934, xiv, 392 pages, with thirty-three collotype reproductions of Old Masters (some fold-out). Contents include From Zen To The Gandavyuha; The Gandavyuha, The Bodhisatva-Ideal, And The Buddha; The Bodhisatva's Abode; The Desire For Enlightenment; The Significance Of The Prajna-Paramita-Hridaya Sutra In Zen Buddhism; The Philosophy And Religion Of The Prajnaparamita; Buddhist, Especially Zen, Contributions To Japanese Culture; The Zen Life In Pictures. Very good with clean, unmarked text. Suzuki was the first great scholar-interpreter of the East to the West. He virtually single-handedly brought the message of Zen, and Buddhism in general, to the West. His writings have sparked a radical change in Western ways of thinking. The historian Arnold Toynbee has predicted that future historians, when looking back on this period, will consider of major significance not events currently viewed as being of lasting importance, but rather an event few people are even aware of: the transmission of Budhhism from East to West. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        LE MORTE DARTHUR, The Birth Life and Acts of King Arthur, of His Noble Knights of the Round Table and Their Marvellous Enquests and Adventures,

      London, J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd, Aldine House, 1927.. The Achieving of the San Greal and in the End Le Morte DArthur with the Dolourous Death and Departing Out of This World of Them All. The Text as Written by Sir Thomas Malory and imprinted by William Caxton at Westminster the Year 1485 and now Spelled in Modern Style, Embellished with Many Original Designs by Aubrey Beardsley. With an Introduction by Professor John Rhys, and a Note on Aubrey Beardsley by Almer Vallance. THIRD EDITION 1927, limited to 1600 copies, divided into 21 books, 4to, approximately 295 x 230 mm, 11¾ x 9 inches, 22 plates including frontispiece, 5 are double page, frontispiece and 1 other plate are photogravures with tissue guards, many other small illustrations throughout and decorative borders, initials, and chapter headings, pages: lv, 538 including Glossary, original publisher's pictorial black cloth, gilt lettering and decoration to spine and upper cover, top edge gilt, the others untrimmed. Slight rubbing to binding, slight shelf-wear to bottom of spine, corners bumped and showing a little wear, frontispiece has pale stain to outer margin, not affecting the image, the other photogravure has a small pale stain to top and bottom edge of margins, pale offsetting from frontispiece to title page, 2 other very small pale stains to top margins, hardly noticeable, pale age-browning to margins, slight rubbing to first pastedown where a previous owner's name has been erased, slight rippling to endpapers, otherwise a very good clean copy. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Der Steppenwolf

      G. Fischer Verlag 1927 - First edition, first printing (with "1. bis 15. auflage") with separately paginated Tractat bound in with faux wrappers as required. Very Good with a small snag to cloth at base of front joint, toning to spine and edges, light general shelf wear, toning and tobacco odor to pages. Lacking the dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        HATSUMEI THE INVENTION 40 issues.

      1927 - [MAGAZINE] TEIKOKU HATSUMEI KYO^KAI. HATSUMEI THE INVENTION 41 issues. To^kyo^, Maru-no-uchi. Magazines, bound Western style in decorated wrappers. 1927 - 1943. About 26 x 19 cm in size. This important magazine began in 1905. The Imperial Science and Invention Society, that published the magazine, built a permanent research facility for inventors in the Meguro area in Tokyo about the time of the earthquake. The magazine continued after the war and is still in publication today. This group of issues is as follows: Vol. 24 [1927], #s 3,4,5,7; Vol. 27 [1930] #s 9 & 11; Vol. 29 [1932] #s 5 & 7; Vol. 34 [1937] #s 6-12; Vol.35 [1938] #s 9 & 10; Vol.36 [1939] #9; Vol.37 [1940] #s 2,4,6-9, 12; Vol.38 [1941] #s 2- 4,10,12; Vol.39 [1942] #s 2,4-6,8,9,12; Vol.40 [1943] #s 1,2,4,5. The earlier issues are dedicated to civilian inventions, though as war looms in the late 30s and arrives in the 40s, the inventions grow warlike, as well. However, in 1943, there is a strange cover photo of a torn Japanese flag seemingly hanging at half staff - odd message, indeed, in the middle of a total war. Overall good or better condition with occasional soiling and edgewear. Very unusual in the marketplace. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Christianity and Art

      Francis Walterson, Capel-y-ffin, Abergavenny 1927 - Octavo. (vii), 46pp. One of 200 copies printed at the Shakespeare Head Press for Francis Walterson, signed by both Eric Gill and David Jones. This was the only book to be issued signed by the two. Illustrated with a frontispiece engraved by David Jones titled "The Artist," and two small wood engravings by Gill. Despite the publication date of 1927 on the title page, this title was not actually published until Jannuary, 1928. Faint toning to spine and minor edgewear, otherwise fine in blue cloth. (Gill 13). [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Géographie universelle 21 volumes (manque la première partie du Tome VI)

      Armand collin, 1927. in8 Relié nombreuses illustrations en noir et blanc. XV tomes tomes répartis à l'origine en 22 volumes, ici 21 volume en vente car volume de la première partie du tome VI manquant. I: Iles britanniques. II: Belgique, pays bas luxembourg. III: Etats scandinaves. IV: europe centrale (en deux tomes). V: état baltique Russe. VI: la France (premier tome manquant, tome deux seul). VII méditerranée péninsules méditerranéennes. VIII: Asie occidentale, haute asie. IX: asie des moussons (en deux tomes). X:océanie. XI: afrique septentrionales et occidentale. XII: afrique équatoriale, orientale et australe. XIII: amérique septentrionale (en deux tomes). XIV: amérique centrale, mexique. XV: Amérique du Sud (en deux tomes)

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        MOON OF MADNESS

      Garden City: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1927.. Octavo, pp. [1-2] [i-iv] v-vi [vii-viii] 1-233 [234-238: blank] [note: first and last two leaves are blanks],original decorated orange cloth, front and spine panels stamped in red. First edition. A romantic mystery thriller in which a plot to destroy the British Empire is thwarted by a dashing young Irish secret agent. Day, p. 12. A fine copy in very good pictorial first printing dust jacket (illustrated by Politzer) with light wear at edges and mild damp stain to upper front flap fold. (#147560)

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        QUAYLE'S INVENTION ..

      New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, [1927].. Octavo, pp. [i-iv] v-vi [1-2] 3-451 [452-458: blank] [note: last three leaves are blanks], original orange cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black, top edge stained orange, fore-edge untrimmed, bottom edge rough trimmed. First edition. The author's second SF novel. Discovery of a process to extract gold from sea water and its consequences. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 2151. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 745. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 211. In 333. Bleiler (1978), p. 191. Reginald 13968. A bit of light dust soiling to cloth, mostly to spine panel, a near fine copy in near fine pictorial dust jacket with light shelf wear at spine ends and three corner tips, two short closed tears at head of spine panel with old internal tape stain (no show through on outer surface) and clipped price. A nice example of a jacket rarely found in decent condition. (#149931)

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        The Gold Tooth

      New York: E.P. Dutton & Company. (1927). First. First edition. Fine in an age-toned, very good or better dustwrapper with a couple of shallow chips on the rear panel. A nice copy of a scarce "Lost Race" novel. .

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        Autograph manuscript signed.

      No place, December 1927. - 4to. 1½ pp. on 2 ff. Written for a newspaper or magazine, Hainisch's article deals with the cooperation between home and school. - In 1888 Hainisch initiated the League for Extended Women's Education, which fought for women' access to higher education. In 1902 she founded the Federation of Austrian Women's Organisations and served as its Chair until 1918. In 1919 she was elected Deputy President of the International Council of Women, to which the Federation had become affiliated in 1904, and held this position until 1924. Marianne Hainisch was the mother of Michael Hainisch, the first president of Austria (1920-28). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Autograph Letter Signed

      with holograph P.S. in French, "41 Rue Bayen" [Paris?], May 9, 1927; to an unknown recipient: "You will be very welcome to have the occasion to enter my studio, where I shall be tomorrow, Friday, in the afternoon." Cheret also mentions his recent exhibition in Copenhagen. 6" x 8 3/4". 2 pages (folded).

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        A Catalogue of Early Italian Majolica in the Collection of Mortimer L. Schiff. [Prewface of text by De Ricci 5 pages]

      [Privately printed], New York 1927 - First Edition. No. 74 of 250 copies printed. 111 plates. Printed MCMXXVII by Imprtimerrie des Lettres et des Arts Boios-Colombes, France. Paltes in Heliotype by Leon Marotte, Paris. Paper "Verge Pur Fil.". 1 vols. 4to. The Schiff Collection of Italian Majolica. Three quarter dark blue morocco and cloth, neatly rebacked. Slight scuffing to covers, and small loss at spine, else very good 111 plates. Printed MCMXXVII by Imprtimerrie des Lettres et des Arts Boios-Colombes, France. Paltes in Heliotype by Leon Marotte, Paris. Paper "Verge Pur Fil.". 1 vols. 4to First Edition. No. 74 of 250 copies printed. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        QUAYLE'S INVENTION ..

      New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, [1927].. Octavo, pp. [i-iv] v-vi [1-2] 3-451 [452-458: blank] [note: last three leaves are blanks], original orange cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black, top edge stained orange, fore-edge untrimmed, bottom edge rough trimmed. First edition. The author's second SF novel. Discovery of a process to extract gold from sea water and its consequences. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 2151. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 745. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 211. In 333. Bleiler (1978), p. 191. Reginald 13968. A bit of light dust soiling to cloth, mostly to spine panel, a near fine copy in near fine pictorial dust jacket with light shelf wear at spine ends and three corner tips, two short closed tears at head of spine panel with old internal tape stain (no show through on outer surface) and clipped price. A nice example of a jacket rarely found in decent condition. (#149931)

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        Mosquitoes

      New York: Boni and Liveright, 1927 First edition, first printing. One of 3,047 copies. Publisher's navy cloth, lettered in pale yellow, pictorial blue endpapers with floral vine pattern in white. Near fine, with some minor rubbing to the extremities, otherwise fresh binding, bookseller's plate to the rear pastedown, otherwise fresh interior. A handsome copy. Peterson A4.1a. The author's second novel, Mosquitoes is a satirical text about the New Orleans literary and artistic communities in the early 20th century. Specifically, it tells the story of a group of artists and poets, representing a wide range of skills and personalities, who have embarked on a yachting excursion hosted by Mrs. Patricia Maurier, a widowed and aging patron of the arts. Mosquitoes is divided into six chapters, with one chapter dedicated to each of the four days of the yachting trip as well as a prologue and epilogue. Throughout the novel, Faulkner describes the characters' interactions with one another with underlying themes of sexuality, all the while exploring his overarching theme of the artist's role in society. A semi-autobiographical novel, Mosquitoes was decidedly influenced by Faulkner's life in New Orleans as an aspiring writer, and, its focus on the role of artist in society clearly reflects Faulkner's determination to define himself as a young author.. First Edition.. Hard Cover. Near Fine.

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        Tableau de l'au-dela.

      La Nouvelle Revue, Paris 1927 - 215pp. Nice black half morocco over marbled boards, spine with raised bands, gold decorations and lettering. Top edge gilt, others uncut. Marbled endpapers. Original wrappers preserved. With fourteen engravings by Edouard Goerg. Slightly bruised lower corners else a bright, fine copy. Text in French. ; Quarto [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        MOSQUITOES

      Boni & Liveright. Very Good with no dust jacket; Blue cloth, unevenly faded on front cover, . gilt still bright on front cover and on the spine. Decorated end pages. . Barely any wear to the binding, nice condition indeed. Contents clean.. 1927. First US Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 8vo; 349 pages .

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        POEMAS INTERDICTOS.

      Eiciones de Horizonte, Jalapa, Ver. República Mexicana, 1927 - 15x21. 86pp. 4hh. Algún desperfecto en cubierta y cruda reparación en portada. Por lo demás, un ejemplar aceptable. Ver fotos. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Ulysses [Pirate Edition of Ulysses - bowdlerized and published in Two Worlds Monthly by its editor Samuel Roth] - Complete set of all 11 publsihed issues.

      New York, Two Worlds Publishing Company, 1926 - 1927. - Octavo. Pagination: Issues I - IV: 498 pages, Issue V - VIII: 476 pages, Issue IX - XI: 210 pages. Original Softcover wrappers. Very good + / Near Fine - condition with only minor signs of external wear. Two chips to spines only. Wonderful example of this unusual set. Samuel Roth must be seen as one of the most persistant but highly interesting violator's of publishing rights and distributor of obscene materials during the 1920's to 1950's, a difficult time for these kind of endeavours. His most famous clash with the law happened in 1927, when Sylvia Beach was pressed by James Joyce to stop Roth printing excerpts from Ulysses. Famously Roth not only caved but also published "An Offer to James Joyce" in the last installment of his short-lived periodical, anticipating the injunction that was to end his enterprise in 1927. The injunction was a result of Sylvia Beach's success in mobilizing an international protest, signed by 167 international artists and writers, which was porinted in another famous periodical (Transition). In "An Offer to James Joyce" Samuel Roth wrote: "Whether it is really true, or whether is its merely a survival of his old Dublin habits (schnorrerei in both worlds being mostly the same), Mr.Joyce tells everyone who comes to see him in Paris that he is in need of money. If Mr.Joyce is really in need of money, it is here in New York waiting for him, provided he is willing to make one public appearance to answer my charges against him for his conduct in the matter of my publication of his Ulysses in 'Two worlds Monthly'. Two thousand five hundred dollars has been posted with my attorney, Mr.Nathan M. Padgug, of Padgug, Tarlowe & Flatow, 17 John Street, to pay for Mr. Joyce's way to and from New York, to accommodate him in a first-class New York Hotel and to provide him with a thousand dollars in cash after his public appearance. If Mr.Joyce was not really responsible, as has been suggested possible, for the actions of Sylvia Beach and his other friends, particularly in the publication of the spurious much-signed protest, he owes me and the world this explanation. And if after he has heard what i have to say he still believes that the attitude of his friends did justice to him and to me, it is important that he should make public confession of it, too. Here is an opportunity for Mr.Joyce to get a trip to New York, dine with the Van Dorens, see the Woolworth Building, and get a thousand dollars in cash besides. I have cabled this offer to him, giving him all summer, if he wants it, to consider the matter. Meanwhile, I would like to point out that Mr. Joyce is a celebrated example of what an indiscriminate contemporary adulation can do to even a writer of such promise as Mr. Joyce. I submit to the sober judgment of mankind that, since the writing of Ulysses, Mr.Joyce has ceased functioning as an artist. To the best evidence possible, his most recent writings, he has succumbed into a state of semi-conscious demoniacism in which he is both conscious of his own mental waywardness and of the ludicrous gullibility of his friends who pretend to discern in the gibberish I reproduce in 'Two Worlds Quarterly'[sic] the birth of a new art. Frankly, I have even given up readning proof of the matter. But one of his crony-critics, writing in the current number of 'Transition', suggests that Mr.Joyce has demonstrated conclusivelyin this new unnamed work, in which thirteen modern and ancient languages are made use of, the inadequacy of one language for the expression of modern thought. If we should ever be crazy enough to follow this line of thinking, we will soon see sculptors mixing brass with theirmarble, painters pasting wooden bridges on their reproductions of the Thames, and novelists returning to the eighteenth century habit of illustrating their bedroom scenes with wall paper [all of these happened since, the Editor]. There is a man writing fearfully after eating. One would say that he has einter eaten very bad food of th

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        EGYPTIAN GRAMMAR Being an Introduction to the Study of Hieroglyphs AUTHOR'S COPY WITH HIS MANUSCRIPT CORRECTIONS

      Oxford, at the Clarendon Press, 1927.. FIRST EDITION 1927, 4to, approximately 280 x 215 mm, 11 x 8¾ inches, frontispiece and 1 plate, pages: xxviii, 595 including vocabulary and index, original publisher's dark blue buckram, gilt rules and lettering to spine. Ex library copy with faint number to tail of spine, a few light scratches to binding, bookplate removed from front pastedown, front inner paper hinge partly cracked and neatly reglued, binding tight and firm, 2 small faint library stamps on reverse of title page, no other library signs, very slight pale foxing to Plate II, a few light ink spots on page 27, no loss, small pale stain to lower corners of 444/445, contents otherwise clean. A very good copy. The author has handwritten in ink 80 alterations, additions and corrections on slips ands sheets of lined paper, varying from a line or two to numerous lines, these have been inserted in the relevant places with 1 or two pieces of thin gummed strip. In addition the author has made about 100 ink amendments and alterations on the book itself varying from 1 word corrections to several sentences especially in the lower margins. At the beginning of the book there is a list of 30 Additions and Corrections which include 15 of those written on inserted paper slips and 9 of those written directly on the book pages. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Gautag anlässlich des 10 jährigen Bestehens der NSDAP. Gau Mecklenburg-Lübeck Festschrift zur zehnjährigen Wiederkehr der Gründung des Gaues. Gründungstag 1935, Schwerin 1. und 2. Juni 1935

      Vollständige Ausgabe im original Verlagseinband (Steifumschlag / Broschur / Kartoneinband 8vo im Format 14,4 x 20,9 cm) mit illustriertem Deckeltitel. Verantwortlich für den Gesamt-Inhalt: Gaupresseamtsleiter Adolf Heinrich Schulz / Schwerin. 80 Seiten, mit vielen schwarz-weißen Fotoabbildungen, Schrift: Fraktur. - Aus dem Inhalt: Zum Geleit! Von Hildebrand (Gauleiter und Reichsstatthalter) - Schwerin, die Stadt der Seen und Wälder - Blick in den zehnjährigen Kampf um die Macht in Mecklenburg, von SS.-Standartenführer Fritz Montag - Der Kampf um die Weltanschauung, von Gauschulungsleiter Rohde - Ankunft- und Abfahrtszeiten der Züge am 1. und 2. Juni - Programm zum Gautag (2 Seiten) - Fackelzug am Freitag, dem 31. Mai (Programm mit genauen Angaben zum Ablauf, z.B.: "Säule I: NSBO.-Kapelle Schwerin, Spielmannszug der Hitler-Jugend, Hitler-Jugend und Bund Deutscher Mädel, Fanfarenzug des Deutschen Jungvolks, Deutsches Jungvolk. Antreten: Alter Garten, . . . / Säule II: Kapelle der SA.-Brigade 11 mit Spielmannszug, aktive SA., SA.-Reserve, Kapelle der SA.-Standarte 90, Motorbrigade, usw.") - Platzkonzerte am Sonnabend, dem 1. Juni (Kapelle der 22. SS.-Standarte, Kapelle der SA. Brigade 11, Kapelle der SA.-Standarte 90, Kapelle des Arbeitsgaues 6, Gaukapelle der PO, Kreiskapelle Rostock, Kreiskapelle Wismar, NSBO.-Kapelle Schwerin) - Welchen am Sonntag, den 2. Juni (Programm)-Für die Gäste des Gautages am ersten und 2. Juni (Parkplätze, Verkehrsposten weisen den Weg, Sanitätswesen, Nur mit Ausweis Durchlass!, Fernrufe der Festhalle, Auskunftsstelle und Quartieramt) - Der Neubau der mecklenburgischen Verwaltung - Kulturarbeit: Dienst an der Volksgemeinschaft, vom Gaubeauftragten für Kulturfragen W. Bartholdy - Der Schicksalsweg des deutschen Bauern, von Landesbauernführer Seemann -Lübeck im Aufbau nationalsozialistische Politik, von Kreispresseamtsleiter Degenhardt. - Die Fotoabbildungen mit Bildunterschriften wie: "Der Gauleiter auf der Fahrt nach dem Reichsparteitag 1927 / Sitz der Gauleitungg 1925 im Hornsdorf / Sitz der Gauleitungr 1926/30 in Parchim / jetziger Gausitz Schwerin, Rostocker Straße Ecke Graf Schack-Straße / Schweriner Pgs auf dem Gautag 1927 in Ludwigslust / Aufmarsch Gautag 1927 / Gauleiter Hildebrand spricht an Körners Grab (1927) / Der Führer 1932 in Schwerin / Der Führer spricht in Görries (Abbildung mit Plakat unter dem Redner Adolf Hitler: "Wwer nicht am Kampfe lebendig teilnimmt, scheidet aus und nimmt nicht teil am Siege") - Der Führer spricht im Granzow zu den Gauwaltern / Die mecklenburgische Landtagsfraktion 1932 / Standartenkapelle Gnoien 1927 / Aufmarsch 1928: Lagerung am Zippendorfer Strand / Hitler-Geburtstagsfeier der Ortsgruppe / So feiern Nationalsozialisten / Die Malchower Parteigenossen / Werbefahrten im mecklenburgischen Land / Schweriner SA. mit ihrem Gauleiter / Unsere Propaganda in den Kampfjahren / Lastwagen mit Sprechchören / Gauleiter Hildebrandt zum Reichsstatthalter ernannt / Am Tag der Alten Garde 1934 wurde dem Gauleiter ein Bild von der SS. überreicht" - Deutsches / Drittes Reich, Deutschland im 2.Weltkrieg, der deutsche Mensch und die nationalsozialistische Revolution, das erste Reich der germanisch-deutschen Menschen, Kampf und Sieg der NSDAP in Mecklenburg, mecklenburgische SA und SS, Adolf Hitler in Mecklenburg, der Führer in Norddeutschland, Nationalsozialismus, illustrierte Bücher, NS.-Schrifttum, völkisches / nationalsozialistisches Gedankengut. - Erste Auflage, EA, Erstausgabe in guter Erhaltung (Einband etwas stockfleckig, sonst sehr gut) weitere Bilder s.Nr. 24858!

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        FOR MAURICE: FIVE UNLIKELY STORIES.

      London: John Lane: The Bodley Head Limited, [1927]. London: John Lane: The Bodley Head Limited,. [1927]. original decorated olive-green cloth, front panel stamped in blind and gold, spine panel stamped in gold, top edge stained olive-green, fore and bottom edges untrimmed.. Binding a bit warped, top edge stain faded, fore-edge of text block. foxed, a bright, nearly fine copy in nearly fine 3/6 printed dust. jacket with small closed tear at upper spine end. (#152559). First edition. The author's third and last collection of weird fiction, this one dedicated to Maurice Baring. It includes "Tanhuser and the Gods," one of the finest humorous fantasies, "Winthrop's Adventure," "The Virgin of the Seven Daggers," and two others, as well as a long, interesting introduction on the sources for the stories. Lee's weird fiction earned the praise of Montague Summers, who equated her talent to that of M. R. James. "Lee's stories are really in a category by themselves. Intelligent, amusingly ironic, imaginative, original, they deserve more than the passing attention that they have attracted." - Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, pp. 256-57. "Marsyas in Flanders" is a "fine antiquarian tale but too early to have been directly influenced by M. R. James (it was written in 1900)." - Pardoe, The James Gang, p. 11. Ashley, Who's Who in Horror and Fantasy Fiction, p. 114. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 2-48. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 991. Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 3-141. Wilson, Shadows in the Attic, p. 326. Bleiler (1978), p. 121. Reginald 08777. NCBEL III 1445.

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        THE BLACK CAP: NEW STORIES OF MURDER & MYSTERY ..

      London: Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers), Ltd., n.d. [1927].. Large octavo, pp. [i-vi] vii [viii] 9-318 [319: printer's imprint] [320: blank] [note: first leaf is a blank preceding half title leaf], original pictorial dark blue cloth, front and spine panels stamped in light blue. First edition. Original anthology with fourteen noir mystery stories by J. M. Barrie, L. P. Hartley, Mrs. Belloc Lowndes, Barry Pain, Hugh Walpole, Arthur Machen, Edgar Wallace, W. B. Maxwell, Oliver Onions, D. H. Lawrence, Shane Leslie, Elizabeth Bowen, W. Somerset Maugham, and Cynthia Asquith. Second collection assembled by one of the weird fiction genre's most important early anthologists. "Asquith had a remarkable talent for getting first-rate material from both mainstream and genre writers; all her anthologies ... are essential reading for ghost story enthusiasts." - Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, p. 14. Ashley, Who's Who in Horror and Fantasy Fiction, p. 23. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-6. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 56. Wilson, Shadows in the Attic, p. 41. Bleiler (1978), p. 11. Reginald 00592. A fine copy in very good pictorial first printing dust jacket (priced 7/6 on spine) with some shallow chips from spine ends and corners, several short tears along folds, and tanning to spine panel. A nice copy of a scarce book that is rarely found in dust jacket. (#146490)

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        Paramount-Pep Club Annual 1927

      PARAMOUNT PEP CLUB 1927 - General wear, worn extremities, cracked hinges, soiled covers, light foxing, and lightly age-toned pages. Contains tipped in color plates of Actors & Actresses, Movie Theatres in New York, Boston, Omaha, Chicago, London, Jacksonville, St. Louis. (Page 61) color plate of "Fred Thomson" is missing; and (Page 125) color plate of "Fascinating France - Sunny Spain - Bewitching Brazil," is missing." DATE PUBLISHED: 1927 EDITION: 128 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE BLACK CAP: NEW STORIES OF MURDER & MYSTERY ...

      London: Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers), Ltd., n.d., [1927]. London: Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers), Ltd., n.d.. [1927]. original pictorial dark blue cloth, front and spine panels stamped in light blue.. A fine copy in very good pictorial first printing dust jacket (priced. 7/6 on spine) with some shallow chips from spine ends and corners,. several short tears along folds, and tanning to spine panel. A nice. copy of a scarce book that is rarely found in dust jacket. (#146490). First edition. Original anthology with fourteen noir mystery stories by J. M. Barrie, L. P. Hartley, Mrs. Belloc Lowndes, Barry Pain, Hugh Walpole, Arthur Machen, Edgar Wallace, W. B. Maxwell, Oliver Onions, D. H. Lawrence, Shane Leslie, Elizabeth Bowen, W. Somerset Maugham, and Cynthia Asquith. Second collection assembled by one of the weird fiction genre's most important early anthologists. "Asquith had a remarkable talent for getting first- rate material from both mainstream and genre writers; all her anthologies ... are essential reading for ghost story enthusiasts." - Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, p. 14. Ashley, Who's Who in Horror and Fantasy Fiction, p. 23. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-6. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 56. Wilson, Shadows in the Attic, p. 41. Bleiler (1978), p. 11. Reginald 00592.

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        Ulysses

      Paris, Shakespeare and Company, 1927 9th Printing. Hardback, modern rebinding in half dark blue morocco leather to spine and marbled paper boards. Black spine label lettered in gilt, with raised and gilt banding and gilt decorations to spine, gilt ruled edges to boards. Original blue paper wrappers bound inside. In very good condition. Modern rebinding with new endpapers. Some darkening and dark spots to original wrappers. Small label to bottom of title page “Goethebuchandlung, Berlin”. Some minor rubbing and darkening to page edges, a couple of minor spots, else pages very clean and tight throughout. ---- At the outset of the First World War, Joyce moved with his family to Zürich, where Lenin and the Dadaist Tristan Tzara had found their refuge. In Zürich Joyce started to develop the early chapters of Ulysses, which was first published in France because of censorship troubles in the Great Britain and the United States, where the book became legally available 1933. The theme of jealousy was based partly on a story a former friend of Joyce told: he claimed that he had been sexually intimate with the author's wife, Nora, even while Joyce was courting her. The book, which takes place on one day in Dublin (June 16, 1904) and reflected the classic work of Homer (fl. 9th or 8th century BC?), gained immediate success. The main characters are Leopold Bloom, a Jewish advertising canvasser, his wife Molly, and Stephen Dedalus, the hero from Joyce's earlier novel Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. They are intended to be modern counterparts of Telemachus, Ulysses, and Penelope. The story, using stream-of-consciousness technique, parallel the major events in Odysseus' journey home. The famous Sirens are barmaids. However, Bloom's adventures are less heroic and his homecoming less spectacular. The paths of Stephen and Bloom cross and recross through the day. Bloom makes his trip to the underworld by attending a funeral at Glasnevin Cemetary. "We are praying now for the repose of his soul. Hoping you're well and not in hell. Nice change of air. Out of the fryingpan of life into the fire of purgatory." 735 pp.

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        Mesicník pro stavební umení (= Der Bau. Monatsschrift für Baukunst). V. Jahrg., Heft 1 - 12 (Juli 1926 - Mai 1927).

      Originalausgabe. - Kompletter Jahrgang der bedeutenden Zeitschrift des tschechischen Konstruktivismus mit vorgeb. Jahresinhaltsverzeichnis. - Enthält u.a. einen mehrteiligen Beitrag von Karel Teige über Konstruktivismus und neue Architektur in der UdSSR sowie einen umfangreichen Artikel über das Bauhaus Dessau. Bildunterschriften in Tschechisch, Französisch und Deutsch. - Insgesamt ordentlicher Zustand. - Heller 112f.

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        GAMLA JUDISKA GRAVPLATSER L STOCKHOLM.

      Stockolm, P. A. Norstedt & Sons 1927 - 1st edition. Original Illustrated Paper Wrappers, 4to, xxi, 162 pages. Text in Hebrew and Swedish. With many photographic plates. A study of the Jewish cemeteries of Stockholm. Important for the geneology and history of the Swedish Jewish community. A damaged copy sold for over USD 750 at auction in 2008. Covers worn with edgewear, otherwise Very Good Condition (kh-3-23) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        [Shakespearean Cipher]. Shake-speare's Astounding "Monumental-Jest" of 1616 at Stratford-on-Avon. Discovered after three centuries

      New York: Charles A. Montgomery, 1927. 4to. Paper Portfolio containing numerous cipher cards in envelopes, small leaflets, a portrait of Francis Bacon, etc.; some marginal tears, else Very Good. Inscribed on the portfolio: "Charles M. Wolcott, from the decipherer, Charles A. Montgomery, Feby. 2, 1931." Scarce.

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        Revolt in the Desert.

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1927 - Quarto. Original tan buckram, spine lettered in gilt, publisher's device to rear board in blind, top edge red-brown, fore and bottom edges untrimmed. With the dust jacket. Spine gently rolled, tips lightly bumped, a few trivial marks to covers, small portion of cockling to rear. A very good, clean copy in the slightly chipped and soiled dust jacket. Title page printed in red and black, portrait frontispiece, 15 further plates by Augustus John, Eric Kennington and others, laid-in tissue guards, folding map printed in red and black to rear. First edition, third impression. presentation copy, inscribed by the illustrator "To Brendy, Feb. 22. 1927, from Eric H. Kennington" on the front free endpaper, with an original sketch by Kennington of a baby's face with a halo and angel wings. With a laid-in slip of Kennington's letterhead inscribed by his wife Celandine "To dear Brendy with ever-growing love & gratitude from Eric & Celandine Ap[ril] 1927", and Celandine's transcription of Lawrence's dedicatory poem to the Seven Pillars of Wisdom, "To S.A.", on the title verso. Kennington was the art editor for the Cranwell edition of the Seven Pillars (1926) and contributed seven of the portraits reproduced in Revolt in the Desert (see previous item). The abridgement was officially published in March 1927, though Kennington's inscription in this copy indicates that the book had already reached its third impression before this date. All three of these apparently pre-publication impressions were soon sold out, and two more were quickly added. O'Brien A102. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        MR. BALCONY

      London : Leonard & Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, 1927. First Edition. Crown 8vo (19cm). (223) pages. Half-title; publisher's original navy blue boards; spine lettered in gilt; points of corners slightly rubbed; top and tail a bit bumped; inside clean, no spots or marks of any kind; a fine and solid copy. Kitchin, born in Yorkshire, was a best-selling crime writer as well as a writer of literary fiction. Mr. Balcony is his second novel, described by William Reynolds in the Dictionary of Literary Biography as a novel that "combines brilliant wit with serious underlying intentions" as in the case with Mr. Balcony which "conceals terror beneath a meticulously described surface". The main character of Mr. Balcony travels to Africa on a yacht where he manages to murder one passenger, impregnate and marry another, before landing on the mainland and becoming involved with the indigenous peoples who eventually (spoiler alert!) castrate him.

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        The Family History of England: Civil, Military, Social, Commercial & Religious From the Earliest Period th the Passing of the Reform Bill, 1867. [Including Genealogical Tree of Anglo - Saxon Sovereigns / Including numerous Steel-Engravings and a folded Map of England] With several wonderful steele-engravings, maps, fold-out facsimiles etc.

      6 volumes (complete set). 19 cm x 27 cm. II, 402 pages, LXIV / V, 336 pages, LX / VII, 360 pages, XL / VI, 336 pages / VIII, 400 pages / VIII, 344 pages, LVI. Original Hardcover / Beautiful half leather bindings with gilt lettering to spine. The covers only slightly worn. Otherwise very good and firm condition with only minor signs of external wear. Illustrated with maps, portraits, views and other engravings. England became inhabited more than 800,000 years ago, as the discovery of flint tools and footprints at Happisburgh in Norfolk has revealed. The earliest evidence for early modern humans in North West Europe, a jawbone discovered in Devon at Kents Cavern in 1927, was re-dated in 2011 to between 41,000 and 44,000 years old. Continuous human habitation in England dates to around 13,000 years ago (see Creswellian), at the end of the last glacial period. The region has numerous remains from the Mesolithic, Neolithic, and Bronze Age, such as Stonehenge and Avebury. In the Iron Age, England, like all of Britain south of the Firth of Forth, was inhabited by the Celtic people known as the Britons, including some Belgic tribes (e.g. the Atrebates, the Catuvellauni, the Trinovantes, etc.) in the south east. In AD 43 the Roman conquest of Britain began the Romans maintained control of their province of Britannia until the early 5th century. The end of Roman rule in Britain facilitated the Anglo-Saxon settlement of Britain, which historians often regard as the origin of England and of the English people. The Anglo-Saxons, a collection of various Germanic peoples, established several kingdoms that became the primary powers in present-day England and parts of southern Scotland. They introduced the Old English language, which largely displaced the previous British language. The Anglo-Saxons warred with British successor states in Wales, Cornwall, and the Hen Ogledd (Old North the Brythonic-speaking parts of northern England and southern Scotland), as well as with each other. Raids by Vikings became frequent after about AD 800, and the Norsemen settled in large parts of what is now England. During this period, several rulers attempted to unite the various Anglo-Saxon kingdoms, an effort that led to the emergence of the Kingdom of England by the 10th century. Under the Tudors and the later Stuart dynasty, England became a world colonial power. During the rule of the Stuarts, the English Civil War took place between the Parliamentarians and the Royalists, which resulted in the execution of King Charles I (1649) and the establishment of a series of republican governments first, a Parliamentary republic known as the Commonwealth of England (1649-1653), then a military dictatorship under Oliver Cromwell known as The Protectorate (1653-1659). The Stuarts returned to the restored throne in 1660, though continued questions over religion and power resulted in the deposition of another Stuart king, James II, in the Glorious Revolution (1688). England, which had conquered Wales in the 13th century, united with Scotland in 1707 to form a new sovereign state called Great Britain. Following the Industrial Revolution, Great Britain ruled a worldwide Empire, the largest in recorded history. Following a process of decolonisation in the 20th century, mainly caused by the weakening of Great Britain's power in the two World Wars, almost all of the empire's overseas territories became independent countries. However, as of 2017, its cultural impact remains widespread and deep in many of them. (Wikipedia).

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