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        The Torrents of Spring.

      Crosby Continental Editions, Paris 1932 - 12mo, publisher’s cream wrappers printed in green, with glassine overprinted in black. First French edition; small paper issue. A little shelf wear, but a fresh, fine copy, still sealed in the glassine. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Jeffrey H. Marks, Rare Books, ABAA]
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        Kentucky Blue Grass Henry Smith.

      Cleveland White Horse Press 1932 - First edition. One of 95 copies. Dahlberg's scarce second book, complete with tipped-in plates after drawings by Augustus Peck and numbered. According to Billings, not all copies were issued with plates, and not all copies were numbered. A fine copy in cloth-backed orange boards, and with d/w which is slightly soiled, and has one small chip to spine head. (Billings A2). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers, Inc., ABAA]
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        Voyage au bout de la nuit.

      Denoël |& Steele 1932 - - Denoël & Steele, Paris 1932, 12x19cm, relié. - Edition de l'année de l'originale. Reliure en plein maroquin bordeaux, dos à cinq nerfs, date en queue, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, couvertures et dos conservés, tête dorée, étui bordé de maroquin bordeaux, plats recouverts de papier à la cuve, reliure signée de Patrice Goy. Exceptionnel et précieux envoi autographe signé de l'auteur à Abel Gance : "A mon ami Abel Gance fidèle dans un voyage autour de tout. LF Destouches." Quelques repère de lecture marginaux au crayon de papier in-fine. Ami de Gance depuis 1917, Céline lui voue une grande admiration: "Il restera dans cent ans bien plus de votre cinéma que de mon gros tambour mortuaire". L'estime est réciproque et Gance sera le premier à envisager, dès le mois de novembre 1932, une adaptation cinématographique du Voyage, projet auquel Céline tenait beaucoup. Abel Gance acheta les droits à Denoël pour 300.000 francs. Impossible défi, il abandonna le projet un an plus tard. Lui succéderont : Claude Autant-Lara, Michel Audiard, Sergio Leone, Federico Fellini, François Dupeyron. Autant d'échecs, malgré la ferveur des cinéastes ("Le voyage n'est pas un film, c'est un renvoi d'ascenseur, le père Céline on lui doit tout !" - Audiard) et les efforts de Céline (il se rendit à Hollywood en 1934 pour "signer une option de six mois avec Lester Yard [.] De tous les agents, il m'a semblé le plus apte, le plus coquin"). Rendez-vous manqué ou rencontre impossible, Céline conclura : "Je laisse rien au cinéma ! Je lui ai embarqué ses effets ! . toute sa rastaquouèrie-mélo! . tout son simili-sensible ! [.] j'ai capturé tout l'émotif ! ." (Entretiens avec le professeur Y). Abel Gance ayant, par la suite, détruit une grande partie de sa correspondance avec son sulfureux ami, cette dédicace constitue un des rares témoignages de la rencontre de deux pionniers du langage artistique moderne. Bel et unique exemplaire parfaitement établi. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        VOYAGE AU BOUT DE LA NUIT. Presentation Copy To George Reavey

      Editions Denoel et Steele, Paris 1932 - A SUPERB PRESENTATION COPY OF CELINE'S LEGENDARY FIRST NOVEL INSCRIBED & SIGNED TO GEORGE REAVEY. First edition, [Journey to the End of Night] First trade issue with the impremeur, listed as GRANDE IMPRIMERIE DE TROYES. [After an unspecified number of copies [possible 110] of the first issue, the plates were transferred to a Paris printer]. Thick 12mo. Original wrappers. [There was no Hardcover] Lightly used else a very good copy, evenly toned & well preserved, of this very important book. Inscribed on the dedication page to leading literary figure, George Reavey. Editor, Translator of the Russians, owner of Pan-Europa Press, Samuel Beckett's agent & good friend, connected to Joyce & considered the Pre-eminent Surrealist Publisher with close ties to the Avant-Garde of French literature, Celine, certainly one of the most notable. Someone (Reavey?) has drawn in pencil a fine hand on the last page of text. A Cornerstone of Modern World Literature. (The publication of this work in 1932, had an immediate impact on Henry Millar/Tropic of Cancer,1934 - Orwell/Down and Out in Paris and London/1935 - Henry Green & many others. Connolly: The Modern Movement # 74. A precious copy. Custom gilt lettered clamshell case in very fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        ABSTRACTION CREATION. ART NON FIGURATIF. Nº 1 y 2. Arp, Mondrian, Schwitters, Moholy-Nagy, Calder, Delaunay, Gabo, Kupka, Prampolini, Tutundjan, Van Doesburg, Helion, Gleizes, etc.

      París 1932 - 2 números 28x22'5. 48p, fots. en texto = 52p, fots. en texto. - De esta revista, publicada desde 1932, sólo aparecieron 5 números. Poco corriente y muy buscada. 1932-33

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        THE MURDERS IN THE RUE MORGUE AND OTHER TALES OF HORROR

      New York: Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, n.d.. [1932]. Octavo,. cloth.. Some rubbing to bottom edges, title page spotted, page edges dust. soiled, a near fine copy in very good dust jacket with rubbing to. folds with mild loss to corners, large chip from upper spine end. which affects title lettering, and some age-darkening and spotting to. spine panel. (#126605). Later edition. The photoplay edition with six inserted plates and pictorial endpapers with stills from the Universal motion picture starring Bela Lugosi based on Poe's horror story "The Murders in the Rue Morgue."

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        Tesori delle Biblioteche d'Italia. Emilia e Romagna. I. Storia delle biblioteche. II. Storia del libro manoscritto. III. Storia della stampa. IV. La legatura.

      Ulrico Hoepli,, Milano, 1932 - In-folio (385x280mm), pp. XVII, (2), 694, (2), legatura editoriale, imitante le legature antiche, in pieno cuoio marrone con titolo in oro entro cornice circolare a secco a sua volta bordata da cornice ornamentale egualmente a secco con illustrazioni angolari disposte in quattro medaglioni. Titolo in oro e filetti orizzontali e longitudinali a secco al dorso. Sovracoperta e custodia. 3 tavv. a colori (con riproduzioni, fra l'altro, di pagine miniate di codici), 40 tavv. in nero e 378 figure nel testo. Ottimo esemplare. Unica edizione, tirata a soli 500 esemplari n° 108) e splendidamente stampata. Scritti dei più illustri specialisti italiani del tempo: Frati, Vatielli, Galli, Agnelli, Campana, Fava, Boselli, Muratori, Salmi, Bertoni, Sorbelli, Vicini, Zorzanello, Ferrari, De Marinis. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA)]
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        The Ancient Synagogue of Beth Alpha. An Account of the Excavations Conducted on Behalf of the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. Hebrew edition.

      The University Press / London: Oxford University Press, Jerusalem 1932 - 4to. 52 pp. text, 35 plates. Beige/grey linen cover. Thirty-five plates of b&w illustrations and photographs, one of which is a fold-out. Many text illustrations.First printed catalogue of the Beth Alpha synagogue mosaics. General wear, otherwise fine

      [Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)]
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        The Luttrell Psalter.

      Bernard Quaritch Ltd, 1932 - Two Plates in Colour and One Hundred and Eighty-Three in Monochrome from the Additional Manuscript 42130 in the British Museum. Folio. 61pp. Color frontispiece. 184 plates, 1 in color. Original cloth, slightly worn. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Isseido Booksellers, ABAJ, ILAB]
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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

      London: Caxton Publishing Company, Limited. Hardcover. 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? . Good. 1932. First Edition.

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        A Lonely Shore” Papeari, Tahiti

      1932 1932 - William Alister MacDonald (1860-1956) “A Lonely Shore” Papeari, Tahiti 1932 Signed lower left "W. Alister Macdonald. Tahiti. 1932." 10" x 20 ¾"; 19 ¼" x 30" framed William Alister Macdonald (1860-1956) was the son of a Scottish Free Church Minister. In the 1880s, Macdonald moved to London and began painting watercolor scenes of London, and in particular, the Thames. Towards the end of the 19th century, Macdonald was exhibiting his watercolors at the Royal Academy and the Royal Society of British Artists. After the turn of the century, Macdonald greatly expanded his repertoire by making a number of painting trips abroad, including Sicily (1902), Holland (1904), Venice (1906), Tunis (1912) and Rome (1913). From 1925, he made the first of several visits to the South Pacific, including a visit with western novel author Zane Grey (1872-1939). Later in his career, Macdonald held two exhibitions, of earlier and later work, at the Arlington Galleries, Bond Street, which was managed by his wife, Lucy Winifred Cary. The first was entitled, ‘Among the islands of the South Seas.Impressions in Watercolour’ (1935), and the second ‘Prewar Wanderings: Watercolours at Home and Abroad’ (1936). His early London scenes were published in Watercolours and Drawings of Old London Previous to 1914 (1942). Macdonald died at Pao Pao, on the Ile de Moorea, in French Oceana, in 1956, at the age of 96. Macdonald painted this exquisite collection of six watercolors during his travels to Tahiti in the late 1920s through the early 1930s. Macdonald accompanied the author Zane Grey on several of his fishing expeditions at Flower Point in the 1930s, Zane’s fishing camp in Tahiti. Several of the watercolors in this collection, such as “From Flower Point” were executed during these fishing trips on the South Seas. Additionally, Macdonald provided two illustrations for Grey’s Tales of Tahitian Waters (1928), which is still in print today. Zane Grey was a popular American author of most famous for his adventure novels that presented an idealized image of the Old West. Grey’s success and wealth enabled him to travel the world in pursuit of his favorite sport - fishing. A pioneer in angling, Grey held over ten world records for large game fish. He was the first person to catch a fish over 1,000 pounds on rod and reel (1,040- pound blue marlin in 1930, Tahiti). His last recognized world-record catch, for a 618-pound silver marlin, was not surpassed until 1953. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        GEOGRAPHIAE CODEX VRBINAS GRAECVS 82

      Liden: E.J. Brill, 1932. half leather, paper-covered boards; folio, half cloth with paper-covered boards. folio, elephant folio. half leather, paper-covered boards; folio, half cloth with paper-covered boards. xvi,605,(2); xii,(83); (vi),37; (3),(157) plates;. 4 volumes. Text in German, Latin, Greek. Four volume set of Ptolemy's Geography. Volume I is divided in three parts and is a detailed examination of Ptolemy as man, geographer, mapmaker, written in German by Josephi Fischer, with various indices, including names, geographers, subjects and a general index. Volume II has 57 photo reproductions of maps from Greek, Latin and Arabian makers depicting various early views of Europe, Asia and Africa. Volume III is an annotated list of the original texts with more than 150 photographic reproductions. Volume IV is the atlas in elephant folio with 27 map plates. All three volumes have bumping and wear to the corners and are heavily worn at bottom edges. The leather spines are rubbed and scratched. Folio has rubbing and soiling to the covers. Bottom cord tie is broken.

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        The Division Bell Mystery

      Published by George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd., 39-41 Parker Street, Kingsway, London First Edition . London 1932. - First edition hard back binding in publisher's original black cloth covers, black title and author lettering to the yellow spine block, yellow block Harrap illustration to the bottom of the spine, yellow triangles to front cover corners. 8vo. 7½'' x 5¼''. Contains 284 printed pages of text. Minimal marking to the black of the cover, spine ends lightly frayed, torn and softened, corners turned and rubbed, age darkening to the closed page edges, 12 mm hole to the top of the front free end paper and half title page, light foxing to the first and last few pages, thumb nail piece of paper missing to the margin of page 31-32 and in near Very Good condition, no dust wrapper. Member of the P.B.F.A. DETECTIVE FICTION [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Little Stour Books PBFA Member]
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        The Samaritans of Molokai: The Lives of Father Damien and Brother Dutton Among the Lepers

      Dodd, Mead & Co. 1932 - Interior pages are clean with no marks or writings, binding sound. Covers with light soiling , spine is quite faded, moderate wear to spine ends. No jacket. Smoke free. 286 pp D [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De la psychose paranoïaque dans ses rapports avec la personnalité.

      Paris: Librairie E. Le François, 1932 - Octavo (235 × 156 mm). Modern brown quarter morocco by Lobstein-Laurenchet, marbled boards, raised bands, spine gilt-lettered direct, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt, printed wrappers bound in. Stain to foot of original front wrapper also very slightly affecting the extreme lower margin of the first few leaves, else an excellent copy. First edition of Lacan's first published work. Lacan's ground-breaking thesis, particularly its central narrative of the story of the woman he named Aimée, immediately attracted the attention of the Surrealists. "To this thesis," Dali wrote in 1933, "we are indebted for giving us, for the first time, a global and homogeneous idea of the [paranoid] phenomenon, beyond any of the abject notions in which psychiatry at present is mired." "The young psychiatrist was not satisfied with effecting a brilliant critical synthesis among several trends of French thought; he also proposed a writing of madness which was as innovative at the time as that of Breton or Bataille. Instead of a traditional case history, we find in the 1932 thesis a novel 150 pages in length, in the style of Flaubert, that is, in a literary language irreducible to the wooden prose of psychiatric discourse. Lacan recounts his heroine's adventures with the pen of an authentic writer, displacing on the character of Aimée the misfortunes of a contemporary Emma Bovary. That in fact is the greatest originality of this innovative book" (Élisabeth Roudinesco, Jacques Lacan & Co: a history of psychoanalysis in France, 1925-1985, University of Chicago Press, 1990, p. 112). [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        NEW MATERIAL CONFIDENTIAL SERVICE [wrapper title].

      [Los Angeles: Paramount Studio], June 1932. - [3],57,[1],65 leaves. Quarto. Mimeographed typescript, printed on rectos only. Stapled in stencil printed wrappers. Some edge discolorations and creasing to wrappers, upper wrapper partly detached from staples, prefatory leaf shows some light stains, a few corners creased, faint tide- mark early and late, but a good copy. A privileged script of Cohan's new play, prepared "To be discussed at the Production Staff Meeting Tuesday, June 21, 1932." A prefatory leaf introduces the play and gives context to the present script: the 1932 film, THE PHANTOM PRESIDENT, with Cohan in the lead, was then in production and Paramount was investigating the possibility of optioning this play, "which Mr. Cohan has been doing in tryouts on the road and which he intends to produce in New York in the fall." Unfortunately, the play did not enjoy much success on the road or in New York, the film never came to fruition, and OCLC/Worldcat records no separate publication of the play under this title.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature, ABAA]
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        Im Lande der Heinzelmännchen. Ein Schattenspiel von K. Zbornik m. Versen v. J. Girziczka.

      Wien, Oktober 1932.. 10 SS. Deutsche Verse in getuschten Versalien, mit 10 getuschten Schattenrißzeichnungen auf siebgesprenkeltem Grund. Am Vorsatz eigenh. Widmung mit U. ("Karl Zbornik"). Fadengehefteter Pappband der Zeit mit leinenverstärktem Rücken und Ecken sowie getuschter Deckelillustration und -titel. Qu.-Folio (300:223 mm).. Charmantes, unveröffentlichtes Kinderbuchmanuskript, ein Unikat, das der Zeichner laut Widmung "seinem lieben, kleinen Freunde Karl Hans zum Wiegenfeste" zugedacht hatte. Die hübschen Verse stammen von J. Girziczka (ebenfalls nicht näher nachweisbar). - Zu Beginn geing fingerfleckig; die Bindung gelockert.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Black Mischief.

      New York. Farrar & Rinehart, Inc. 1932. - First Edition. With copyright 1932 and the FR colophon at the bottom of the copyright page. "Seth was black, but he had been to Oxford, and admired the ways of Western Civilization. He was sorry when his savage troops ate his father, but that was part of his coup d'Etat, and set him on the throne of Azania, the African island empire which was not unlike Abyssinia. "Basil Seal had known, taken up, and dropped Seth at Oxford; when he read of Seth's accession, he took his mother's jewels and a check from his mistress, and sailed for Azania." Very good in the scarce original dustjacket which is heavily chipped, worn and missing pieces at the top and bottom of the spine. The book is bound in lime green cloth which is heavily mottled on the front and rear boards and sunfaded on the spine. Internally very clean and tight with splendid pictorial endpapers in color, tight hinges and very clean paper. Reddish topstaining. A very handsome volume in the original dustjacket by H.W.W. and the original price of $2.50 at the top of the inside front flap. With small circular patches of dampstain to the verso of the jacket. Getting scarce in dustjacket. First Edition. With copyright 1932 and the FR colophon at the bottom of the copyright page. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Brainerd Phillipson Rare Books]
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        Contributions to the medical sciences in honor of Dr. Emanuel Libman. 3 vols. With long autograph inscription

      International Press, New York 1932 - Libman, Emanuel (1872-1946). Contributions to the medical sciences in honor of Dr. Emanuel Libman. 3 vols., 8vo. Frontispiece portrait, 1 color plate. New York: International Press, 1932. Original cloth, light wear at corners. Endpapers a little foxed. Presentation copy, with Libman's signed, letter-length inscription to Dr. Jesse G. M. Bullowa (1879-1943) on the front free endpaper of Vol. I. Bullowa's bookplate in Vol. I.First Edition. Festschrift published to mark the 60th birthday of Emanuel Libman, founder of the cardiology department at New York's Mount Sinai Hospital, and a legendary diagnostician and teacher. Libman is associated with Libman-Sachs syndrome, a type of endocarditis. The festschrift contains contributions from 147 of Libman's former pupils, colleagues and friends, including W. C. Alvarez, Simon Flexner, L. Aschoff, Albert Einstein, Fielding Garrison, and Alexis Carrel, who remarked in his tribute that "Libman is medicine itself." Also among the contributors was Jesse G. M. Bullowa, a professor of medicine at New York University Medical School, noted for his researches on the serum treatment of pneumonia. Libman presented this copy of his festschrift to Bullowa; his letter-length inscription to Bullowa reads as follows:"Dear Bullowa, I am glad to inscribe this volume for you. At the same time, I wish to tell you that I have had much pleasure in watching your career, and that you have my admiration. You have not only, by your own effots, earned a prominent place in the profession, but have also been outstanding in your aid and encouragement to individuals and scientific groups and have made fine contributions yourself. Your whole attitude is dignified, broad and fine. Your devotion to me is much appreciated. With best wishes, Emanuel Libman. Feb. 10, 1935" [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Four poems. L'allegro. Il penseroso. Arcades. Lycidas.

      Gregynog Press, [Newtown, Montgomeryshire] 1932 - Edition limited to 250 copies on Japan vellum, tall thin 8vo, 33-[35]pp., 11 semi-erotic wood engravings (4 full-p.) by Blair Hughes-Stanton; the binding slightly rubbed, else about fine in original brick red Heritage calf, lettered and decorated in black on upper cover.

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)]
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        Le moulin de la Galette. Pièce en quatre actes. -

      Sans Mention d'éditeur 1932 - - 1 volume. Fort in-4 330 pp. Couverture beige avec titre en rouge. Intérieur parfait. Non rogné. Parfait état. TIRAGE LIMITE à 25 exemplaires numérotés sur papier de Hollande. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        DEATH IN THE AFTERNOON

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1932. First Edition. Hardcover. Old dampstain to bulked fore-edge of text, barely affecting margins of some pages. Near Fine in a handsome binding. Early but not first printing recently rebound in half red morocco and marbled boards with new endpapers. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the recto of the page listing other books by Hemingway: "For Colonel Roy Youmans/(Charles LeRoy)/with all best wishes/from his friend/Ernest Hemingway." Charles Leroy Youmans met Hemingway when he was an ambulance driver in World War I for the French, in their "American Field Service" program, while Hemingway drove for Italy's similar program. Later, in World War II, Youmans flew a small plane posing as an archaeologist but in fact was a CIA undercover agent. He maintained his friendship with Hemingway, spending much time with him in bars in Cuba. He was also the author of DICCIONARIO DE APELLIDOS CASTELLANOS, ORIGEN Y SIGNIFICADO, published in Havana in 1955. A copy of this title was in Hemingway's library in Finca Vigia, Cuba, Hemingway's principal residence from 1939 to 1960. Loosely laid in is an original receipt from Goodspeed's Book Shop from 1983 for the purchase of this book.

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        Death in the Afternoon

      Scribner, scribners 1932 - First Edition, First Printing. An attractive dustjacket that has some wear to the spine and edges. This original First State dustjacket has the price present on the front flap. The book is in nice condition. The binding is tight, with light wear to the panels. The pages are clean with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a collectable copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        VÍSPERAS SETEMBRINAS. (Vísperas Septembrinas) Baza De Espadas. EL Ruedo Ibérico. Diario El Sol 1932

      Diario El Sol, Madrid 1932 - L.H.- GENERACIÓN DEL 98. PRIMERA EDICIÓN. OBRA COMPLETA. Edición original de los 28 folletines publicados entre Junio y Julio de 1932 por el Diario El Sol de VISPERAS SETEMBRINAS ( primera parte del tercer volumen de la serie EL Ruedo Ibérico) siendo la primera edición, y única en vida del autor, de esta obra y que no se volvió a editar hasta 26 años más tarde, en 1958 (22 años despues de la muerte de Valle Inclán) con variaciones realizadas por el autor sobre esta primera publicación. 28 tiras de unos 20x42 cm., aproximadamente un tercio de la página del diario, recortadas y protegidas individualmente en fundas de plástico y todo el conjunto en una carpeta en holandesa de tela y planos de papel de aguas de factura actual. La datación, 1932, facilmente verificable por la noticias contenidas en el reverso de la publicación. Primera página con rasgadura restaurada con injerto de papel japón sin sufrir perdida de texto. Buen estado general del papel ( dos páginas con leves manchas de óxido en uno de los márgenes sin afectar el texto). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Death in the Afternoon

      CHARLES SCRIBNERS, NEW YORK 1932 - Color frontispiece "Bullfighter" by Juan Gris. General shelf wear, shaken binding, rubbed cover, and worn edges. Copyright page has "A" and Scribners Colophon/Seal on copyright page indicating first edition. DATE PUBLISHED: 1932 EDITION: A 515 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        DEATH IN THE AFTERNOON With a frontispiece from a painting by Juan Gris : The Bullfighter, and eighty-one reproductions from photographs.

      London.Johnathan Cape. 1932. - [8],9- 358,[1]pp. Colour frontispiece plus eighty one black & white reproductions from photographs. Orange publisher's cloth, dust wrapper. t.e. black. Large Octavo. First U.K. edition. Bookplate, and small bookseller's label to paste-down endpaper, some ghosting of label to front- free endpaper. Minor foxing to fore-edges and first few leaves. Dust wrapper price clipped, with the very slightest of wear to corners & spine head & heel. An excellent copy of the scarce first U.K. edition - particularly so in wrapper. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: David Miles Books ABA ILAB]
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        Death in the Afternoon

      Jonathan Cape, London 1932 - 1st impression. Publishers original rust brown/orange cloth with black titles to the front and spine still clean and bright. Internally with Juan Gris coloured frontispiece and all 81 black and white photographic reproductions present. No inscriptions - pages clean. Unprice-clipped 1st issue d/j without loss except a minor chip and with piece torn off and reinstated at top front panel (but all still present - see image); also tape stain to top spine where closed tear located (again see image). Some soiling to d/j but generally very good given original cream colour and age. Scarce with jacket [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Konvolut von 10 signierten Blättern.

      o. O., o. Vlg., 1932 - 4°, 10 Orig.-Linolschnitte, Tadellos Frühen Arbeiten von Clément Moreau. Alle Linolschnitte von Hand signiert. Friedrich 6a). 4 Blätter aus der Mappe proletarische Kunst (Aufrüttelung. Selig sind die Hungrigen. Er wollte Arbeit. Hitler der Seifenbläser.) Weiters: 2Bl. Strassenbau bei Ronco. Locarno - Brissago. Emil Ludwig. Peter Emden. F. G. 1100 gr. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Heptaméron des Nouvelles

      - Préface de Maurice Donnay, texte par Henri Clouzot. A Paris chez Javal et Bourdeaux en 1932. N° 512 / 540. Avec 64 compositions en couleurs de Hérouard. 4 vol. de format in-4. Reliure de l'époque en velin enrichi d'entrelacs et de fleurons dorés, avec fleuron central, tête dorée. Dos à l'identique. Très bel état malgré rousseurs sur la tranche.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Laurencier]
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        COLLECTION OF SEVENTY-ONE PIECES OF ORIGINAL COVER ART FOR THE BUFFALO BILL NOVELS MAGAZINE SERIES].

      [Np, but possibly London. 1918-1932]. - Seventy-one original painted illustrations, done in watercolor and gouache, each measuring about 14 x 11 inches. Some light soiling and chipping around the edges, but images generally bright and clean. Overall, very good. A remarkable group of original cover art for the BUFFALO BILL NOVELS, a British boys' pulp magazine published from 1916-1932 by the Aldine Publishing Co. in London. Despite its name, the stories were not always about Buffalo Bill, though they were always set in the Old West and feature plenty of cowboys and Indians. These illustrations are all signed by Robert Prowse (R.P.), who did artwork for this and other similar projects; some are dated below his initials. The series ran for 342 issues, though the last cover in this collection is for No. 344, possibly an unpublished issue, as we could find no trace of this title associated with the Buffalo Bill Novels. Somewhere between No. 188 and No. 191, "New Series" began to appear above the issue number, though they all appear to be of the same run and the numbering is continuous. The titles are as follows: No. 23. The Man in Black. No. 24. The Mad Avenger. No. 29. The Red Tomahawk. No. 41. The Pony Ride Detective. No. 44. The Crimson Arrow. No. 51. Buck Taylor! Buffalo Bill's Chief of Cowboys. No. 73. Buffalo Bill and the Bandbox Bravo. No. 74. Pirates of the Prairie. No. 90. Buffalo Bill's Tangled Trail. No. 94. Buffalo Bill's Dead-Shot Nine. No. 95. The Redskin Detective. No. 96. Buffalo Bill's Dilemma. No. 97, Marauders of Mexico. No. 98. The Gentleman from Texas. No. 101. Dick Talbot's Big Bonanza. No. 103. The Velvet Hand of Cinnabar. No. 104. The Silent Avenger. No. 106. The Red Gold-Hunters. No. 108. The Mad Rider of he Rockies. No. 109. The Tenderfoot of Granite State. No. 112. The League of Eight. No. 114. The Doomed Sixteen. No. 115. Buffalo Bill at Five Springs. No. 121. The Sport from Hard Luck. No. 122. Buffalo Bill's Mystery. No. 123. Buffalo Bill as Revenue Detective. No. 125. The Rustler of Rolling Stone. No. 126. Buffalo Bill and the Island Outlaws. No. 130. The Man from Denver. No. 134. Delaware Dick, the Ranger Spy. No. 143. The Brand of the Red Triangle. No. 151. Glass-Eye, the Hunter. No. 152. The "Maddest Man in Oregon." No. 154. The Bad Man of Benson's Ranch. No. 158. The Mystery of a Lost Mountain. No. 159. Three Pards of the Prairie. No. 167. Buffalo Bill's "Bad Medicine." No. 175. Dick Talbot's Detective Trail. No. 176. The Ghost of the Colorado. No. 182. Dick Talbot's Trail of Vengeance. No. 188. Buffalo Bill's Double. No. 191. Buffalo Bill's Big Bluff. No. 198. Buffalo Bill's Haunted Ranch. No. 200. Buffalo Bill's Life-Stake. No. 208. The Outlaw King of the Overland. No. 241. The Tigress of Texas. No. 242. Buffalo Bill's False Ally. No. 256. Buffalo Bill and the Mine Jumpers. No. 287. The Red Indian Detective. No. 289. The Black Riders of the Overland. No. 291. Rangers of the Rio Grande. No. 292. Gold Spur of Texas. No. 295. Wizards of the Trail. No. 296. A Borderland Vendetta. No. 297. Dick Talbot at the Mines. No. 301. The Black-Hoods of Shasta. No. 302. War Hawk the Delaware. No. 303. Jackson Blake of 'Frisco. No. 305. The Rock Rider of the Sierra. No. 306. The Giant Tenderfoot. No. 308. Death-Notch the Scalp- Hunter. No. 309. The Foes of the 'Frisco Fresh. No. 310. The Doomed Sixteen! No. 319. The Ranchmen Rivals. No. 329. The Vengeance of the Omaha. No. 330. Dark Dashwood, the Bandit of the Brazos. No. 332. Vultures of the Border. No. 333. Death-Trailer the Dauntless. No. 334. Buffalo Bill's Bad Medicine. No. 336. The Wild Riders of Texas. No. 344. The Boy Scourge of Dakota. A fun and fascinating group of images.

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        The Interne

      New York: Macaulay. (1932). First. First edition. A bit of scuffing at the bottom of the boards else near fine in a bright, very good dustwrapper with some slight spine fading and some modest chipping to the spine ends. Additionally this copy is Signed by both authors -- this is one of only three books we have seen signed by Thurman. A very nice copy of this seldom encountered novel, a somewhat sensationalistic story of what happens behind the scenes at a big city hospital. Thurman was a central figure in the Harlem Renaissance. His residence in Harlem was referred to as "Niggerati Manor" and was one of the central gathering places for the Harlem intellectual elite. Born in Salt Lake City and educated there and in Los Angeles, his brilliance and varied background allowed him to participate in and simultaneously critique the Harlem Renaissance with unique perspective. He was chosen by Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, and others to be the editor of Fire!!, the short lived (one issue) magazine which was probably the high point of the young intellectuals during the Harlem Renaissance. The two novels he wrote during that time, The Blacker the Berry and The Infants of Spring, were defining works of Renaissance literature. The Interne, written with Furman, a white author Thurman met while working for the publisher Macaulay, is a scathing indictment of the bureaucracy and corruption of urban hospitals as seen by the novel's hero, an idealistic young doctor. Thurman left Harlem for Hollywood and worked on screenplays, including Tomorrow's Children starring Sterling Holloway, a story drawn from The Interne about court-ordered sterilization of the poor. At the time Thurman's weekly studio paycheck of $250 was, according to one source, the highest salary paid to any African-American in the United States. He returned to Harlem for a visit in 1934. An alcoholic and long plagued with ill-health, he collapsed in the middle of his reunion party and was taken to the very hospital he condemned in The Interne. Diagnosed with tuberculosis, he languished there for six months before finally dying on Christmas, 1934, at the age of 32. Rare in jacket and exceptionally so signed. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Huxley, Aldous. T.H. HUXLEY AS A MAN OF LETTERS. Family Copy.

      Macmillan, London 1932 - Imperial College of Science and Technology, Huxley Memorial Lecture. First and only edition. 8vo., 28pp. Printed wrappers. A very good or better example showing light use. This is a unique copy of a scarce work. Julian Huxley's copy with his signature at the head of the front cover. Also signed on page 1 by the author Aldous Huxley - who published Brave New World the same year. Huxley [Julian] came from the distinguished Huxley family. His brother was the writer Aldous Huxley, and half-brother a fellow biologist and Nobel laureate, Andrew Huxley; his father was writer and editor Leonard Huxley; and his paternal grandfather, the subject of this lecture, was biologist Thomas Henry Huxley, famous as a friend and supporter of Charles Darwin and proponent of evolution. His maternal grandfather was the academic Tom Arnold, and great-grandfather Thomas Arnold of Rugby School.' 'Thomas Henry Huxley PC, FRS (4 May 1825 Ealing, London - 29 June 1895 Eastbourne, Sussex) was an English biologist, known as "Darwin's Bulldog" for his advocacy of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution. Huxley's famous 1860 debate with the Lord Bishop of Oxford Samuel Wilberforce was a key moment in the wider acceptance of evolution, and in his own career. Wilberforce was coached by Richard Owen, against whom Huxley also debated on whether man was closely related to apes. Huxley was slow to accept some of Darwin's ideas, such as gradualism, and was undecided about natural selection, but despite this he was wholehearted in his public support of Darwin. He was instrumental in developing scientific education in Britain, and fought against the more extreme versions of religious tradition. Huxley coined the term 'agnostic' to describe his own views on religion, a term whose use has continued to the present day, and which throws light on his demanding criteria for proof in science. Huxley had little schooling, and taught himself almost everything he knew. Remarkably, he became perhaps the finest comparative anatomist of the second half of the nineteenth century. He worked first on invertebrates, clarifying the relationships between groups that were previously little understood. Later, he worked more on vertebrates, especially on the relationship between man and the apes. Another of his important conclusions was that birds evolved from dinosaurs, namely, small carnivorous theropods. This view is widely held today. The tendency has been for this fine anatomical work to be overshadowed by his energetic controversial activity in favour of evolution, and by his extensive public work on scientific education, both of which had significant effect on society in Britain and elsewhere. His most famous descendents are the third generation offspring of Leonard Huxley: 'Sir Julian Sorell Huxley, grandson, FRS (June 22, 1887 - February 14, 1975) was an English evolutionary biologist, author, humanist and internationalist, known for his popularizations of science in books and lectures. He was the first director of UNESCO, founding member of the World Wildlife Fund, and was knighted in 1958. His work in zoology was broader even than his grandfather: it included ethology and wildlife conservation, genetics and development as well as evolution. His two sons were both scientists of note: Anthony Julian Huxley, a botanist, and Francis Huxley, an anthropologist. Sir Andrew Huxley OM FRS, grandson (b 1917, son of Leonard Huxley and Rosalind Bruce) won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1963 jointly for work on nerve impulses. Andrew is the second Huxley to become President of the Royal Society (1980-85).' 'Aldous Leonard Huxley, grandson (July 26, 1894 - November 22, 1963) was an English writer and one of the most prominent members of the famous Huxley family. He spent the latter part of his life in the United States, living in Los Angeles from 1937 until his death in 1963. Best known for his novels and wide-ranging output of essays, he also published short stories, poetry, trave [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Greek Memories [Uncorrected Proof Copy]

      Cassell [1932], London - The uncorrected proof copy of this memoir of the author's time in Greece during World War I, during which time he worked for the British intelligence service MI6, eventually becoming the head of the Aegean Intelligence Service. The memoir was suppressed upon publication as a violation of the Official Secrets Act, and Mackenzie was fined. In the book he revealed for the first time the existence of the SIS (Secret Intelligence Service) and was highly critical of particular individuals. As a result, he was later placed on MI5's watch list, and his activities were monitored by the British domestic intelligence service. The book was republished in 1939 without fanfare. Spine slant; initials to rear cover; staining and bookstore (?) label to front cover; good in wrappers. Few copies of the 1932 edition survived; proof copies are especially uncommon. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA (Lopezbooks)]
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        POESIA ESPAÑOLA. Antología 1915-1931. Unamuno, M. y A. Machado, Juan Ramón Jiménez, Moreno Villa, Salinas, Guillén, Dámaso Alonso, Gerardo Diego, García Lorca, Alberti, Villalón, Prados, Cernuda, Altolaguirre, Aleixandre y Larrea. Selección de sus obras publicadas e inéditas por.

      Signo, Madrid 1932. - 1a Edición////Fotografías de los poetas f/t.///Tela editorial con leves rozaduras en bordes./22x14,5. 469 págs.//Poesía, Vanguardias [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria El Astillero]
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        THE TREE OF LIFE, A STUDY IN MAGIC. Signed.

      Rider & Co., London 1932 - Presentation Copy To Hereward Carrington. First edition. large 8vo, 286 pp, A very good copy [some shelf wear & wear at the head & heel of the spine in publisher's black cloth, gilt title to spine, illustrated, 3 beautiful multicolor plates, 6 other illustrations. Presentation Copy - Hereward Carrington (1880-1958) was one of the great psychic & magic researchers of the 20th Century. He was friends with Houdini, Crowley, & other greats in the magic & occult realm. He wrote several books, including "Houdini and Conan Doyle", along with Bernard Ernst. He was President & founder of the American Psychical Institute, had his own radio show in the 1930s/40s. His books are still in publication today. (Francis) Israel Regardie (1907-1985) was an occultist, author and one time secretary to the legendary Aleister Crowley. As an adept of the now defunct secret order known as the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, he became infamous among the occultists of his day for breaking his oath of secrecy and publishing the order's complete rituals in his book "The Golden Dawn". Regardie continued with his occult studies and already established as a co-author, published the first of his own books A Garden of Pomegranates and The Tree of Life in 1932. The first contai ned his Qabalistic studies and was based on research and knowledge gleaned from various sources. The Tree of Life however was based on the teachings of the Golden Dawn, which had ceased to exist in 1903. When published it caused a lot of excitement among the occult elite and was considered one of the most complete and understandable texts on practical magic ever written. Through out his career, Regardie's own achievements were often overshadowed by his association with Aleister Crowley, which often frustrated him, but his charitable nature and his ability to be forgiving toward his old friend was evident when he authored perhaps the most definitive biography on Crowley called The Eye in the Triangle. Regardie retired from his practice in 1981 and moved to Sedona, Arizona where he continued to write. His later books included Ceremonial Magic, The Lazy Man's Guide to Relaxation, and The Complete Golden Dawn System of Magic. While retired he continued to give advice on health and magical matters until the end of his life. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Rose Garden of Omar Khayyam.

      Commonwealth Press, Worcester, Massachusetts, (1932). - Famous miniature book printed by Eben Francis Thompson (4 x 6mm, 3/16 x 7/32"); it was considered the smallest book in the world when it was printed. One of only 250 sets; containing: "a definite edition" (1 3/4 x 1 1/2") that contains a preface with the details on the miniature hand printed & bound book, which is in full red morocco. Also, a single proof sheet of the miniature page (4pp. of text on one sheet) & the "Mother Book" (5 x 6") of The Rose Garden of Omar Khayyam, plus a bibliography "A Thimbleful of Books" Also, a small hinged brass mounted magnifying glass that can be used to read the miniature book or proof sheet. All these items are contained in a book shaped clamshell box with spine & corners in red morocco & marbled paper, inside continues with marbled & gold paper, headbands, etc. Minor wear to inner edges of box, small stain to publisher's label (on how to handle the book), else, a fine copy. See Bondy, Miniature Books (1981) p.154. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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