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        Death in the Afternoon

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons,, 1932. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in black morocco, titles and decoration to spine, raised bands, single rule to boards, twin rule to turn-ins, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. With colour frontispiece by Juan Gris and numerous black and white photographs. A fine copy. First edition, first printing.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Götter stürzen;

      Urania-Freidenker Verlag, 1932.. SELTEN!, Seiten altersentsprechend, Seitenschnitt gering fleckig, Buchdeckel/-rücken mit einigen Gebrauchsspuren und kl. Flecken, Ecken und Kanten leicht angestoßen, ansonsten altersentsprechend gutes Exemplar, 221 S., blau-graue Leinwand, Standardbuchformat,. Altdeutsche Schrift!

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        Jørgen Stein og hans Kreds. 2 bd. (Torden i Syd. Under Regnbuen).

      1932 1932 - Orig. udgave. Kbhvn. 1932-33. Indbundet ubeskåret med de orig. omslag i smukt privat halvlæder. Bindene signeret. Juul-Lassen. Bind svagt nussede.

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        A LOG OF THE TEXAS-CALIFORNIA CATTLE TRAIL, 1854. THREE PARTS

      Austin: Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 1932., 1932. First edition. 8vo. From the collection of Al Lowman. PART I: Original tan printed wrappers with extended edges, 208-237 pp. introduction, footnotes. Story begins in Vol. XXXV, No. 3, January, 1932. Near fine copy. PART II: Original tan printed wrappers with extended edges, 290-316 pp., footnotes. Story appears in Vol. XXXV, No. 4, April, 1932. Near fine copy. PART III: Original tan printed wrappers with extended edges, 47-66 pp., footnotes. Conclusion of story appears in Vol. XXXVI, No. 1, July, 1932. Near fine copy. This set has long been sought by cattle and Haley collectors. It is one of Haley's earliest titles, and contains a fine introduction by Haley, including an account of his efforts to locate the diaries that make up this book. The existence of a major cattle trail from California to Texas and several major drives over this trail seven years before the Civil War is little known and this work is a major source on the subject. ROBINSON 219a. HALEY 116. HERD 235.

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        Espantapájaros (Al alcance de todos)

      Proa, Buenos Aires 1932 - Ejemplar dedicado a Hugo Ricaldoni. Pequeña rotura en la parte superior del lomo. Ilustración de tapa intacta con pequeñisimas manchas de humedad. Varias páginas intonsas [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Mutiny on the Bounty

      Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1932. First Edition, First Printing. First state with blank end papers. In a first state dust jacket with price of $2.50 intact, and no ads on rear flap. In Very Good condition. Previous owner name and bookseller tag to front free end paper. Cloth shows light rubbing, with light fraying at base of spine and corners. Spine cloth slightly faded. The jacket shows offsetting to the rear panel, as well as moderate chipping to spine ends, a few closed tears and abrasion to the front flap fold. Presents well.

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        Deutsche Krieger aller Zeiten

      ohne Verlagsangabe, 1932,. 48 S., komplett mit allen 240 eingeklebten Bildern, paperback, geprägter Deckel, Querformat 29 x 22 cm, guter Zustand.

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        Thoughts and Adventures

      London: Thornton Butterworth Limited,, 1932. Octavo. Original olive cloth, title gilt to spine and upper board. With the dust jacket. Portrait frontispiece. A few light abrasions to binding, jacket spine with tears to head and tail. First edition, first impression. The second volume of Churchill's autobiographical writings, covering his early political career, the battle of Sidney Street, a near silence on Gallipoli, service on the Western Front, the negotiation of the Irish settlement, thoughts on the "Mass effects of modern life" and life "Fifty years hence". A collection of Churchill's magazine and newspaper journalism written in the same lighter, informal style as My Early Life, the success of Thoughts and Adventures came as a considerable surprise to the publisher. Published on 10 November 1932 in a run of 4,000, three additional printings of 1,000 were required in the same month, two of them before publication, Butterworth writing to Churchill: "We are truly delighted at this success which confounds the Jonahs of the Bookselling trade…To keep pace with the increasing demand, we had to get both printers and binders to work overtime. The sheets were delivered by passenger train, and the cases were made by the binders in advance" (quoted in Cohen). A very difficult book to find in a jacket.

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        Collection of 32 items by Fred B. Millett, many signed, dating from the 1930s-1970s, 31 booklets + 1 offprint--But Shadows, Sea-Scape, Whitehead, Charles Read Baskervill, Ex-Anglia, De Studiis, The Sacred Tree, Chicago Elegies, The Critical Process, Day Book, Edith Rickert, "Over Home", 220 Wesleyan Station, 1918, The Study of Literature and Its Values, "The Village", Pea-Green Freshman, "Gay Young Sophomore", "Jolly Junior", "Grave Old Senoir", "The Year Fourteen", Graduate Student I, Graduate Student II, Student-at-Arms, From the Mill House Journal 1960, Slightly Manic, A Small Liberal Arts College, Two Tributes--The Death of Lawrence, I Call on Frieda, Three Worlds, Octogenarian, Letters from California, + The Vigilantes (offprint)

      Various. 1932-1973. First printing. Paperback. Very Good. A nice collection of Millet booklets + 1 offprint, with a date range of 1932-1973. Various publishers--the first 6 appear to be self-published, the next 4 were done by James D. Young (of Middletown, CT), then the majority were put out by Washington Street Press (of Whitman, MA). All in this collection are staple-bound softcovers, Very Good to Near Fine books, all appear to have a small stamp or two to towards the back of the book, some have a small, erasable pencil-notation on the verso of the titlepage. Many of these are inscribed by Fred B. Millet on the inside of the front cover. Nice uncommon collection of an academic's memories and remembrances. Please contact us with any questions.

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        [Title in Yiddish]: Di submarin Z-1

      New York / (Bayonne, N.J.): Bidermans Farlag / (Jersey Printing). 1932. First. First edition. Illustrations by Note Kozlovski. Octavo. Pebble-grained cloth gilt. Text in Yiddish. A trifle rubbed, near fine in attractive, very good or better dustwrapper with a triangular chip at the crown. A novel about passengers and crew trapped on a submarine that was later translated into English by Max Rosenfeld. Exceptionally scarce in jacket. .

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        The Modern Bricklayer - A Practical Work on Bricklaying in All Its Branches with Special Sections on Tiling and slating, Specifications, Estimating, Etc. Etc. - Complete in Three Volumes

      Caxton Publishing Company, Limited, London, 1932, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, First EditionSize: 4to - over 9?" - 12" tall, Undated. Total of 630 pages. Index in volume III."The book is at once comprehensive and detailed, dealing progressively with every branch of brickwork and tile laying. It will be found that problems are discussed about which it is extremely difficult to obtain information elsewhere. A series of chapters on the business side of the trade will be found very useful. The book has been planned so as to enable the bricklayer to become a master of his subject from beginning to end." - from Preface. Each volume features colour frontis, numerous full-page black and white photographic plates and a profusion of line drawings. All bindings and hinges intact. Prior owner's name and address, dated 1932, upon each free front endpaper. Spines partially sunned. Average wear to red boards which feature decorative embossing and gilt lettering upon each front board. Half-inch opening at base of spine of volume III. Light to moderate yellowing to contents. Foxing to all edges and some pages. Nice copy of this superb reference. Circa 1932?

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        6 Autograph letters signed to Samuel Goudsmit. 13 pp. total

      Charlottenburg & Berlin, 1932. His Scientific Archives Were Destroyed in a Bombing Raid; Only 189 Letters Survive, of which the Five Offered Here are Previously Unknown Paschen, Friedrich (1865-1947). 6 Autograph letters signed to Samuel Goudsmit (1902-78). Charlottenburg or Berlin, January 15, 1932-June 13, 1935. 13pp. total on 7 sheets measuring either 237 x 208 mm. or 286 x 223 mm. Creased where previously folded, with minor soiling and wear along creases, otherwise fine. English translations included. Excellent series of very technical scientific letters to Goudsmit discussing his ongoing investigations in spectroscopy, particularly problems of hyperfine structure and the Zeeman effect. Described by one biographer as "probably the greatest experimental spectroscopist of his time" (quoted in DSB), Paschen, in the words of Niels Bohr, had a "happy intuition" that led him always to "pursue experimentally those problems the investigation of which proved to be of decisive significance for the extension of general theoretical conceptions" (quoted in DSB). Paschen's experimental work in spectroscopy provided some of the most revealing clues to atomic structure; it was particularly useful to Arnold Sommerfeld, whose modifications of Bohr's theory of atomic structure had impressed Paschen so much that he devoted six months to confirming the theory's predictions. During his tenure as professor of physics at the University of Tubingen (1901-24), Paschen made Tubingen into Germany's most important center of atomic spectroscopy. In 1924 he succeeded Nernst as president of the Physikalische-Technische Reichsanstalt, the highest post to which a German experimental physicist could aspire; on May 1, 1933, after the Nazi's seizure of power in Germany, he was forced to retire in favor of the pro-Nazi physicist Johannes Stark. Despite this setback, Paschen was able to continue his laboratory research for a few years afterward-although at the cost of considerable difficulty and personal humiliation, some of which is hinted at in the letters offered here. These six letters from Paschen to Goudsmit are almost exclusively concerned with the scientific investigations performed by the two men during the years 1932-1935; they exemplify the interplay between theoretical and experimental physics so characteristic of Paschen's career. This is particularly apparent in the last four letters (August 22, 1933-June 13, 1935), in which Paschen provided Goudsmit with detailed information on the results of his latest researches: Thank you so much for kindly sending me your and Mr. Bacher's work on anomalies in hyperfine structures. At the same time please accept my cordial congratulations on your wonderful quantitative settlement of the disputed questions regarding Al II and Hg I. For Al everything now appears to be in perfect order. Also, in the meantime I have become convinced that two fine structure components of the two lines 4 1,3F3-nG are simple and do not have any weak companions. Accordingly, the term nG must be split with 0.48 cm-1, as you conclude, and not with 0.35 as I assumed. . . . It is fascinating how the same problem is approached independently from several angles. However, your work is very important because you derive quantitative, definitive results. And in his letter of Aug. 22, 1933: You were so kind to write me concerning the theoretical fundamentals for comprehending the fine structures of the lines of Al II. Since you went to such trouble, I assume that the progress of my work on this topic would be of interest to you and would like to inform you that the publication thereof will not be forthcoming for some time. . . . I have made a study of extensive new material and have progressed to the point that the entire spectrum can be based quite soundly on the values of the fine structure terms. . . . All triplet terms now have two different numerical values corresponding to j + 1/2 and j - 1/2, which are based on the fine structure splitting values that you provided. . . . Paschen's letter of April 28, 1935 praised Goudsmit and Pauling's The Structure of Line Spectra (1930) and discussed Sch¸ler's article on the hyperfine structures of europium: The book by Pauling and Goudsmit is today the "bible" of the practical spectroscopist. However, your experimental studies, the fundamentals of hyperfine structures, conducted in collaboration with Back, belong to the classic works of spectroscopy. . . . An article by Sch¸ler and a colleague on hyperfine structures of lines of europium recently appeared in Zeitschrift fur Physik [Journal of Physics]. The authors find violations of the Laude rule and attribute this to the geometric arrangement of nucleus and electron shell. This will certainly be of interest to you. I would like to point out that in this article results of my measurements are also mentioned and are presented in support of the proposed hypothesis. The spectrum In II contains a great many deviations from the Laude rule. However, in any event they involve detectable disturbances of the type that you discussed in the case of mercury two years ago. And in the final letter of June 13, 1935: Your kind letter of May 17 is of great value to my current research and I am very grateful for the effort you put into it. At this time I cannot say very much about the calculations you provided, but you have inspired a renewed testing of fine splittings that will require much time before it is ultimately conclusive. [A detailed numerical analysis of the fine splittings of various terms follows.] . . . I am conveying these details to you since you appear to hold the key for the peculiar splittings of the 1,3F3 terms. I myself am so deeply involved with the measurements and thereby so overloaded with numbers that I cannot yet delve into the theory. However, clarifying the F terms interests me and does not seem to be difficult for you. . . . Similar to the Runge rule for the anomalous Zeeman effects, only whole-number fragments of the splitting factor A = a or the span S = will thus always be present. In this regard the fine structure is indicated as Zeeman effect of the nuclear moment. This is my interpretation as an experimental physicist, even if it is theoretically self-evident. The conclusion I was inclined to draw, that namely absolutely no fine structure splittings can occur other than such whole-number fragments, is however much more difficult to substantiate than with the Zeeman splittings, since the splittings are too small and the measurements lack the required accuracy. The first two letters in this series, although briefer, are also of interest. In the first (January 15, 1932), Paschen gave Goudsmit permission to include the Rydberg spectrographic tables in a proposed study, and praised Goudsmit for "the wonderful and renowned articles you have published to advance theoretical and practical spectroscopy. The discovery of electron spin was a very great accomplishment. . . ." In the second (April 9, 1933), Paschen acknowledged Goudsmit's gift of a copy of his and Bacher's Atomic Energy States (1932): "I would like to express my highest gratitude for this valuable dedication and at the same time express my delight in seeing that you undertook this effort of producing this valuable but laborious work. All spectroscopists will be greatly indebted to you. So far I have read only the introduction and I have been delighted by the precise and clear presentation. I will now use the tables quite extensively, since they render the extremely tedious bibliographic search superfluous." According to the Dictionary of Scientific Biography, all of Paschen's scientific manuscripts perished in November 1943 when his house was destroyed in a bombing raid; thus his letters to scientific colleagues such as Goudsmit represent his only surviving unpublished work in physics. The DSB gives an inventory of 184 known letters by Paschen to other physicists, taken from Kuhn's Sources for the History of Quantum Physics and the catalogues of the Niels Bohr Institute and the American Institute of Physics; of these 184 letters, only one to Goudsmit (the Jan. 15, 1932 letter included in the present collection) is cited. The collection of letters we are offering here, replete with formulae and scientific data, thus marks an important and valuable addition to the Paschen canon.

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        Man Made Angry

      London: Longmans, Green and Co.,, 1932. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine and upper board in red. With the dust jacket. Faint spotting to edges. An excellent copy in the dust jacket that is lightly rubbed at the head and tail of the spine panel. First edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        [Magazine]: Zion's Good News and Palestine (1932-1935)

      Seattle, Washington: Palestine Mission Board. (1932-1935). Magazine. 19 individual issues from January 1932-December 1935 (including supplements), ranging in size from about 6" x 9" to 9" x 12", bound together in one folio volume. Contemporary dark green cloth with the title "Palestine" stamped in gold on the front board. Small nicks to the spine ends and corners, the front free endpaper is detached, a few intermittent issues are toned, very good. A very scarce run of this "Jewish Missionary Magazine" published by the Palestine Mission Board and its affiliated group: the Palestine Prayer Fellowship.The magazine was edited by Armin A. Holzer, the son of a famous Canadian rabbi. He converted to Christianity, became an ordained Baptist minister, and founded both the Board and Fellowship. Headquartered in Seattle and Vancouver, both organizations were interdenominational and attracted the support of several leading American and Canadian Protestant ministers who also contributed to the magazine. Often billed as "Holzer the Hebrew" throughout the 1930s, Holzer spearheaded missionary campaigns and led evangelistic Bible conferences throughout the world. The first issue in the volume, printed at the Syrian Orphanage Press in Palestine, features Holzer's report on the establishment of the Palestine Faith Home "for Jewish converts and inquirers" in Jerusalem. When the magazine's title was shortened to Palestine in 1933, he reaffirmed its dedication "to the cause of Palestine's Evangelization and the evangelization of the Jews."The run is notable not only for its accounts of missionary work and theology, but also for Holzer's articles on anti-Semitism, Hitler, and the Nazi conspiracy. These include early reports on: "Hitler's Storm Troopers" (June, 1933), and the many difficulties faced by missionaries in Germany: "The government is out and out anti-Jewish ... missionaries are exposed to all sorts of embarrassing situations. They are either labeled un-German or more or less traitors for endeavoring to help the Jews" (September, 1934). A list of all 19 issues, issued irregularly, is available. .

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        Bright Skin

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd,, 1932. Octavo. Original black cloth, spine lettered in green. With the dust jacket. Edges and endpapers slightly foxed; an excellent copy in the jacket with toned spine and a short closed tear to foot of spine. First UK edition, first impression. Published in the US earlier the same year. A depiction of life in a Southern African-American community. The publisher's retained copy with their stamp to the front panel of the jacket and front pastedown.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Thoughts and Adventures

      London: Thornton Butterworth Limited,, 1932. Octavo. Original olive cloth, title gilt to spine and upper board. With the dust jacket. Portrait frontispiece. A few indentations to fore-edge. The highly prized dust jacket in strikingly good condition. First edition, first impression. The second volume of Churchill's autobiographical writings, covering his early political career, the battle of Sidney Street, a near silence on Gallipoli, service on the western front, the negotiation of the Irish settlement, thoughts on the "Mass effects of modern life" and life "Fifty years hence". A collection of Churchill's magazine and newspaper journalism written in the same lighter, informal style as My Early Life, the success of Thoughts and Adventures came as a considerable surprise to the publisher. Published on 10 November 1932 in a run of 4,000, three additional printings of 1,000 were required in the same month, two of them before publication, Butterworth writing to Churchill: "We are truly delighted at this success which confounds the Jonahs of the Bookselling trade…To keep pace with the increasing demand, we had to get both printers and binders to work overtime. The sheets were delivered by passenger train, and the cases were made by the binders in advance" (quoted in Cohen). A very difficult book to find in a jacket.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Art of Mixing

      MACRAE SMITH COMPANY, PHILADELPHIA 1932 - First printing. Title gilted. Bookplate in the book. General wear and rubbed cover. Tight binding. DATE PUBLISHED: 1932 EDITION: FIRST PRINTING 49 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Discretions & Indiscretions

      Frederick A. Stokes 1932 - This appears to be a first edition, with the copyright year matching the year on the title page. This is an ex-library book with the usual markings. Otherwise, the book is good plus with shelfwear; a few pages with light soiling, small tears to the page edges or dogearred corners; and lightly bumped corners.There is no dust jacket. A good example of a very scarce book. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Moon of Much Gladness

      London: Cassell and Company, Ltd.,, 1932. Related by Kai Lung. Octavo. Original green pebble-grain cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. A couple of faint spots to upper board, some spotting to edges of contents, light partial tanning to free endpapers. An excellent copy in the rubbed and nicked jacket with a few short closed tears. First edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Modern Architecture

      Museum Of Modern Art MOMA 1932 - 1932 First Edition warps,10 x 8",catalog of this most important exhibition. Aside from wear to covers the text is overall Clean & Tight. Photo shows cover. Spine and edges are also discolored with age, and a few marks on bottom edge, not affecting the leaves. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Reiter in Deutscher Nacht

      J.G. Cotta'sche Buchhandlung Nachfolger, 1932 hardcover (first 2,000-12,000 copies), inscribed and dated 3-III-32 on half-title page to G. J. Vierick (editor Vaterland, pro-German newspaper in United States during World War I), no dust jacket (prob. as issued), cover with single tiny corner bump, age graying of spine, slight on covers, but with bright cover image, cover and spine titles, clean unmarked pages, binding tight looks unread (clean page edge).

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        Chats About Miniature Books.

      (Boston Thomas Todd 1932) - 30pp. One of 250 copies. The illustration used for the frontispiece was loaned by Wilbur Macey Stone. A true miniature book about miniatures written by collectors whose tiny tomes were auctioned at Swann Galleries on November 15, 1990. Outer hinge lightly rubbed, light uniform fading to covers and slipcase. Overall, a nearly fine copy in stiff blue wrappers decorated and lettered in gold, with a matching paper slipcase. (Welsh 7022). (1 5/8 by 1 5/16; 40x33mm). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        CHATS ABOUT MINIATURE BOOKS

      (Boston): privately printed, 1932. stiff paper wrappers, front cover gilt, slipcase. Miniature Books. miniature book (4.0 x 3.5 cm). stiff paper wrappers, front cover gilt, slipcase. (viii), 30, (2) pages. Limited to 250 numbered copies. (Bradbury, Paul and Betty Walcott 1). A book about publishing and collecting miniature books. According to Bradbury, this is the apparently the first miniature book about miniature books published in the United States. Wrappers lightly worn along spine. Gilding on front wrapper faded. Front free endpaper bent.

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        Doom of Youth

      Chatto & Windus, London 1932 - Age toning to jacket, a few very short tears at edges and spine ends, spine darkened. Age toning to cloth boards, faint age toning to pages but quite clean internally. A very attractive copy. Only 550 copies had been sold before a libel suit brought by Alex Waugh resulted in the remainder being pulped. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Fiction; Inventory No: 044652. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        DOCTOR SALLY

      Methuen 1932 - First edition. Original blue cloth with black titles in pictorial dustwrapper. A fine copy with a little foxing to the page edges in a near fine dustwrapper, which is bright and crisp with just some fading to the red lettering on the spine and a trace of wear to the the corners at the head of the spine. An well preserved example of a book rarely encountered in dustwrapper. McIlvaine A46a [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        DEVIL'S TOR

      G. P. Putnam's Sons [1932], London - Octavo, pp. [1-8] [1] 2-487 [488: printer's imprint], original black cloth, spine panel stamped in gold. The fifth and final novel published during Lindsay's lifetime. Though boring, the work has its memorable pages, even chapters according to Colin Wilson who spent two years getting through it. E. H. Visiak stated that he initially believed that the book was almost unreadable, but upon rereading it - slowly - he found it fascinating and was so impressed that he wrote a fifty page critique of the novel. Brian Stableford says the novel is "marvelously atmospheric and admirably conscientious in its design of a hypothetical mythology and the metaphysics to go with it." E. F. Bleiler considers DEVIL'S TOR to be Lindsay's "magnum opus." Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 3-218. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1022. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 140. Schlobin, The Literature of Fantasy 664. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature I, pp. 391-95. Tymn (ed), Fantasy Literature, pp. 127-28. Bleiler (1978), p. 124. Reginald 09071. Foxing to preliminary leaves, edges dusty, corners gently bumped, light insect tracking to edges of front and rear covers, overall a generally very good copy. (15132) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Brave New World

      Chatto & Windus, London 1932 - First Edition, First Printing published in London. An attractive First Issue dustjacket with light wear to the spine and edges. The book is in nice shape. The binding is tight with light wear to the boards. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A lovely copy with the ORIGINAL dustjacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Giant Swing (First Edition)

      Harper and Brothers, New York 1932 - First Edition. An attractive copy of this uncommon Burnett title, basis for the 1941 film, "Dance Hall," with Cesar Romero and Carole Landis.Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Little Boy Was Drawing

      Charles Scribner's Sons 1932 - First Printing of Duvoisin's first book. Patterned cloth with red paste-on label. Illustrated end papers. A fine copy with full page illustrations by Duvoisin, mostly in color. Scarce. I tried reading this and though the premise about artwork coming to life is cute and reminiscent of Crockett Johnson's "Harold and the Purple Crayon," the writing could have used some heavy editing. No jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Megn?ttek és elindulnak. Regény. (Az uj magyar regény.) [They Have Grown and Gone. Novel (The New Hungarian Novel.)]

      Pantheon (Délmagyarország) (1932), Budapest (Szeged) - First edition. In original photographically illustrated cover. 338, (2) p. Novel by Lajos Kassák (1887-1967) the Hungarian poet, author, painter, theoretician of art and the main figure of the Hungarian Avant-garde. In 1915 he founded the anti-militarist, activist periodical "A tett" (The Deed) in the manner of the German "Die Aktion". When it was banned in 1916 he founded and edited a new Avant-garde, activist magazine "MA" (Today). In it he published works - among others - by Georg Grosz, Kurt Schwitters, El Lissitzky, Hans Richter, Jean Cocteau, Guillaume Apollinaire, Marc Chagall and László Moholy-Nagy. After the fall of the Hungarian Soviet Republic in 1919 Kassák fled to Vienna where he continued to publish "MA" until 1925. He was influenced by the Constructivist movement and he formulated the theoretical agenda of Hungarian Constructivism in his journal. In 1926 Kassák went back to Hungary and continued to publish Avant-garde periodicals "Dokumentum" (Document) in 1926 and later "Munka" (Work) between 1927 and 1938. In original photographically illustrated cover [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Experimental Television: A Series of Simple Experiments with Television Apparatus Also How to Make a Complete Home Television Transmitter and Television Receiver

      Boston: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co.. (1932). First. First edition. Fine in pictorial cloth and fine dustwrapper. An early book on television, in exceptional condition. Very scarce in jacket. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Shoot and Be Damned!

      Covici-Friede, New York 1932 - First edition. Fine in near fine dustwrapper with a couple of small nicks and tears. Account of the author's term as a prisoner of war in WWI. Scarce. See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Experimental Television: A Series of Simple Experiments with Television Apparatus. Also How to Make a Complete Home Television Transmitter and Television Receiver

      Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co., Boston 1932 - First edition. Fine in pictorial cloth and fine dustwrapper. An early book on television, in exceptional condition. Very scarce in jacket. See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        L'Homme qui Assassina.

      . Roman. Paris: A l'Atelier du Livre 1932. Illustr. in colour by Dignimont (pochoir). 244 pp. Limited to 2000 copies. Bound uncut with orig. wrappers and top edge gilt in nice contemporary halfleather, spine gilt. Binding signed Juul-Lassen. * Copy no. 43 of 50 on Japon Imperial..

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        Hot Water

      Mclelland and Stewart 1932 - Toronto . A fine copy in a VG+ wrapper that has been heavily repaired to the spine .Canadian firsts are interesting as the books are higher than their UK or US equivalents and therefore have the artwork on the front panel extended or a white border as happens with this title .The print runs varied between 800-1300 but very few copies turn up in collectable condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dick Neal Fine Books]
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        Die Stadt. Roman. Erstausgabe.

      Berlin, Rowohlt, 1932 - Buch ist in altersgemäßem Zustand, Einband etwas lichtrandig, Rücken etwas ausgeblichen, Schnitt leicht nachgedunkelt, 396 S, Deutsch 540g [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: ANTIQUARIAT Gerald Hermann Franke]
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        Rain. A set of 13 original still photographs from the 1932 film.

      1932 - 13 original 8 x 10 inch single weight glossy silver gelatin print still photographs from the 1932 Lewis Milestone film, based on Somerset Maugham's short story Miss Thompson which appeared in The Trembling of a Leaf (1921), and also John Colton and Clemence Randolph's subsequent play adaptation. The film starred Joan Crawford as a prostitute named Sadie who is temporarily stranded on a Pacific island and Walter Huston as a missionary who is torn between his desire to reform Sadie and his physical attraction to her. The story resolves in a manner faithful to Maugham's story with the missionary's suicide and Sadie's unapologetic return to her depraved lifestyle.

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd]
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        Wind Driven. A Romance of a Southern Seaboard

      New York: The Dial Press, 1932. 1st. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. Book is Very Good. Dust Jacket good. A UK edition was published in 1930. Nautical adventure novel of ship's crew that gets involved in a South American revolution. Jacland Marmur was born in Poland, February 14, 1901 and died in San Rafael, California in 1970. He was brought to the United States at an early age and after graduation from high school he took to the sea for thirteen years, then settled in California. He earned a wide reputation as a writer of sea stories.

      [Bookseller: Lord Durham Rare Books (IOBA)]
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