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        IL CANTASTORIE DI ?CAMPARI?. Quarta raccolta.

      In-4, bross., sovrac. (picc. strappo a un bordo), pp.nn. 54, ornato dai deliziosi disegni in nero/rosso/giallo di Primo Sinòpico. Tirat. di 1000 esempl. numer. Testo molto ben conservato. .

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        Original Dust Jacket Art: Laughing Water by B.M. Bower

      Hodder & Stoughton (London): Hodder & Stoughton. (1932). First. Original dust jacket art by Eugene Hastain. Image matted to approximately 12.5" x 19". Pen and ink and colored pencils. A bit of soiling, very good or better. Signed and dated in the lower right corner. Image of a woman standing with a horse. Hastain was a well-known commercial illustrator who illustrated many stories and books including the popular Reginald Arkell "Green Thumb" series of gardening books and the 1930 Bookman's Christmas Portfolio. .

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        The Little Wizard Series. The Jell-O Booklets: 4 Vols. Ozma and the Little Wizard, Tiktok and the Nome King, Jack Pumpkinhead and the Sawhorse, and The Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman

      Chicago: The Reilly & Lee Company, 1932. Complete set of all four Little Wizard volumes issued as Jell-O premiums Jell-O advertisements appear on the title page and page [30] of each volume. Jell-O recipes are printed inside the rear covers, and the back covers contain colored illustrations of the Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman carrying a giant platter of Jell-O. Hanff p. 84 and Bienvenue p. 86-87. All of the volumes are complete with sound saddle-stapled bindings. No rips, tape, writing, or missing pieces. Minor wear, mostly along spines. Light soiling to Ozma. Looks like a small (1/4") split at the spine tail of Scarecrow has been neatly mended. . First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Neil, John R.. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall.

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        The Astrolabes of the World FIRST EDITION - TWO VOL SET

      Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1932.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Two hardbacked volumes, each vol 9" x 12" tall approx, with a total of 636pp, with 218 text illustrations in b/w and line, + 153 plates. Only 250 sets of this, the first & superior edition, were published and therefore seldom come onto the market. Some leaves unopened. Original gilt decorated white buckram-covered boards slightly dusty. Internally very good. With, loosely inserted, a copy of a letter from Charles Batey, Printer to the University, confirming that only 250 sets were ever produced

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        The Loom of the East

      London: Martin Hopkinson Ltd, 1932.. First Edition. Boards. Good Plus/No Jacket. 7 ½ x 5 Inches Hardcover Description of the author's travels around the far east Japan, China and Russia. 208 pages in bright clean condition, maps on endpapers. Small water stain to top outer edges of pages NOT inside, little dusty to top edges. INSCRIBED by AUTHOR on half title page Ros... N..... 1932 from the author, handwritten by author but not signed with name. Outer orange boards a little marked with slight lightening to colour on front board, spine is a little browned. Overall a pleasing copy especially with author's inscription SEE IMAGE. DETAILED IMAGES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST

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        VOYAGE AU BOUT DE LA NUIT. Presentation Copy To George Reavey

      Paris: Editions Denoel et Steele, 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.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        Resor utan mål.

      Stockholm, Albert Bonniers förlag, 1932. 8:o. [ii] + 160 s. (sista bladet tomt). Häftad i dek. omslag av Bertil Bull Hedlund (varianten med röd bakgrundsfärg), snedläst och med ngt skadad rygg. Mycket fint proveniensexemplar med en ovanligt utförlig dedikation av Martinson runt det tryckta Plimsollmärket på s. [4], till Svenska Sjöfolksförbundet och inte mindre än 12 namngivna ombudsmän: »Denna bok till Svenska Sjöfolksförbundet med ett samtidigt stort och ärligt tack till ombudsmännen inom förbundet. [Ritad pil:] Sven Lundgren / Knut Elmén / Nicklas Olsson / Bernhard Carlsson / Wallentin Eliasson / Knut Ring / S. Olofsson / C. H. Dunér / Hilding Karlsson / - Blomgren m.fl. / Ruter Hellberg / - Danielsson. / Boken kan inbindas och hemlånas av samtliga dessa namn. / Harry Martinson». På förtitelsidan har Martinson skrivit »Denna bok ett förord till ett större arbete 'La Pampa'». Detta påminner om några andra dokumenterade dedikationsexemplar av Resor utan mål i vilka författaren med varierande formuleringar utlovade en fortsättning. Boken utkom 21 oktober 1932 och innehåller minnen och intryck från sjömansåren 1920-27. Huvudparten hade redan publicerats Stockholms-Tidningens söndagsbilagor från våren 1931, med början 19 april då en version av inledningskapitlet trycktes med titeln »Världsnomaden».. Av de ombudsmän som nämns i dedikationen var framför allt Knut Elmén betydelsefull för Martinson. I Bonniers urvalsvolym av Martinsons brev (2004) är ett tiotal, inklusive det allra första, ställda till Elmén. Denne var redaktör för Eldarunionens tidskrift Eldaren och publicerade drygt 75 bidrag av Martinson 1927-32. Senare skulle Martinson skriva att Elméns stöd under åren före genombrottet var avgörande för att han skulle fortsätta som författare. Av breven att döma ordnade Elmén 1930 en skrivmaskin till Harry Martinson, och han bidrog även ekonomiskt på olika sätt. Ett brev i januari 1931 visar Martinson på gott humör trots ganska bistra omständigheter, och i kinesisk förklädnad: "Broder! Må den utomordentliga lutans frid alltid överskugga dina berömliga gärningar. Det genomusla krypet Ha-ry Ma tsiang tillskriver dig i syfte att avlocka dig penningar. Min usla masksjäl krälar just nu på golvet kring ditt berömvärda kassaskåp. Må du vara vid utomordentlig hälsa, Må den lugna nådens tao leda din hand vid utskrivandet av tillbörliga kronstycken till det urusla krypet Ha ry Ma-tsiang." I samma brev omnämner han de "likaledes berömvärda" Blomgren, Lundgren och Hilding, som ju också uppräknas i dedikationen. Påståendet i dedikationen att Resor utan mål skall ses som ingress till det större verket 'La Pampa' finns även i ett brev till Elmén i november 1932, några veckor efter bokens utgivning. Martinson skriver där att han "försöker tigga ytterligare tio ex. av boken" från förlaget, varefter han skall skicka ett. Resor utan mål var Martinsons första stora försäljningsframgång och det är känt att han hade svårt att få sina gratisexemplar att räcka till. Det är troligen förklaringen till detta fiffiga, kollektiva dedikationsexemplar

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        Die Stadt Oklahoma [Oklahoma Town]

      Rowohlt Verlag Berlin: Rowohlt Verlag. 1932. First. First German edition. Translated by Hermynia Zur Muhlen. Flexible boards illustrated in color by George Grosz. Slight foxing on the foredge else fine in fine dustwrapper that reproduces the Grosz illustration. One of 4000 copies of the first edition, this German edition lists eight stories that were apparently censored from the American edition. A spectacular copy; the jacket is rare. .

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        LIMITS AND RENEWALS. Signed

      London: MacMillan, 1932 First Edition. A fine [fresh] copy in the original ruby red cloth covered boards, gilt lettering on the spine, gilt elephant's head embossed on the front cover in a superb dustwrapper. T.e.g. 8vo. 400 pp. A Kipling short story collection - three appearing for the first time in print. Exceptional collector's condition indeed. With a small Zoo Entry Ticket signed by Kipling laid in.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        ARCHITETTURA. Rivista del Sindacato Nazionale Fascista Architetti. Diretta da Marcello Piacentini.

      In-4 p., bross., ca. 60 pp. cad. fascicolo, illustr. in b.n. nel t. ?Architettura? è la rassegna del regime e presenta le opere e le figure più impegnate nella costruzione di "un'architettura nazionale", con una impaginazione spoglia e con un'ampia documentazione di progetto e iconografia. Di questa importante rivista mensile offriamo la seguente raccolta: - prime 6 annate complete, dal gennaio 1932 (Anno I, n. 1) al dicembre 1937 + i ?Supplementi sindacali? per gli anni 1934 - 1937. - 1938: 11 fascicoli (manca dicembre) + Supplementi - 1939: solo 4 fascicoli + 12 Supplementi - 1940: 11 fascicoli (manca gennaio). Tutta la raccolta è molto ben conservata, .

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        Jack the Giant Killer Including Jack and the Beanstock, Little Red Riging Hood, Sleeping Beauty with Pop-Up Illustrations in Color

      New York: Blue Ribbon Books, 1932. Very nice copy of a classic pop-up book. All four pop-ups (one for each story) are in nice shape with no rips, tears, or tape. Sound hinges. Clean pages with an occasional finger smudge. Small scuff on front free endpaper. Usual glue residue between signatures. Cover has some minor wear and soiling. Dust jacket has some toning on front panel and along spine. Fairly scarce with dust jacket and in condition this nice. . _. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Lentz, Harold. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        The Derivation of the Pattern Formulae of Two-Way Partitions from those of Simpler Patterns. [Received 28 November, 1930. - Read 11 December, 1930]. [In: Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society. Second Series. Volume 33].

      London, Hodgson & Son, 1932. Royal 8vo. Entire volumes 33+34 of "Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society. Second Series" bound together in a very nice contemporary blue full cloth binding with gilt lettering and gilt ex-libris ("Belford College. Univ. London") to spine. Very minor bumping to extremities. Binding tight and in excellent, very nice, clean, and fresh condition in- as well as ex-ternally. Small circle-stamp to pasted-down front free end-paper and to title-page of volume 33 ("Bedford College for Women"). Discreet library-markings to upper margin of pasted-down front free end-paper. Pp. 195-208. [Entire volumes: (´Vol. 33, 1932:) (4), 563, (1) pp.; (vol. 34, 1932:) (6), 562 pp.].. First printing of this important paper which coined the term "cumulant" within probability theory and statistics.Cumulants were first introduced by the Danish mathematician and statistician Thorvald N. Thiele in 1889. He, however, called them "half-invariants", a name that was not to be used for them in the future. It was not until the present work by the great statistical geneticist Ronald Fisher and the famous statistician John Wishart (eponym of the Wishart distribution) that these "cumulants" were given their name, the name that we still use today. According to the historian Stephen Stigler, the name "cumulant" was suggested to Fisher by Harold Hotelling. In another paper published in 1929, Fisher had called them cumulative moment functions.The present volume contains many other interesting and important mathematical papers, e.g. Carmichael's "Expansions of Arithmetical Functions in Infinite Series" (vol. 34), Mulholland's "The Generalization of Certain Inequality Theorems Involving Powers." (vol. 33), etc., etc

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        THE TREE OF LIFE, A STUDY IN MAGIC. Signed

      London: Rider & Co., 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.. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition.

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        Tarzan Triumphant - 1st Edition

      Tarzana, CA: Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc., Publishers. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 1932. First Edition; First Printing. Cloth. An attractive First Edition in pebbled blue cloth with red lettering in Near Fine condition in alike dust-jacket. Zeuschner 783 ; Backed by Chief Muviro and his faithful Waziri warriors, Tarzan faces Soviet agents seeking revenge and a lost tribe descended from early Christians practicing a bizarre and debased religious cult .

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        Black Mischief

      U K Chapman and Hall 1932. SIGNED LIMITED EDITION. No 48 of only 250 copies.The large paper edition containing 8 illustrations plus the frontispiece. FINE in Purple Buckram with a Very Good Dustwrapper.

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        VOYAGE DE BABAR

      1932. 1. DE BRUNHOFF,JEAN. LE VOYAGE DE BABAR. Paris: Jardin des Modes (1932). Folio (10 1/2 x 14 1/2"), cloth backed pictorial boards, slight shelf wear else near Fine with little of the usual scratches on the covers. FIRST EDITION OF THE SECOND BABAR BOOK, illustrated with rich color illustrations on every page. Nice copy.

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        CORPUS NUMMORUM ITALICORUM. PRIMO TENTATIVO DI UN CATALOGO GENERALE DELLE MONETE MEDIOEVALI E MODERNE CONIATE IN ITALIA O DA ALTRI PAESI. VOLUME VIII MARCHE.

      Roma Cecchini 1932 4° grande Pagine 596 + XXXI tavole di monete fuori testo. Ottima legatura coeva in mezza pelle marrone editoriale di lusso. Titolo e fregi in oro su tasselli. Nervi. Piccole spellature. Piatti in tela marrone con angoli. Ottimo esemplare. Opera assai ricercata e non comune. Edizione originale di questo ""corpus"" sulle monete d'Italia di straordinaria importanza, tuttora insuperato ed insostituibile; volume accuratamente impresso su carta forte, corredato di tavole di monete nitidamente riprodotte, in ottimo stato.

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        Education and the Social Order

      London, George Allen & Unwin Ltd,, 1932. Octavo. Original blue cloth, spine lettered in gilt, top edge stained blue. Spine a little sunned, an excellent copy. First edition, first impression, presentation copy to Lady Ottoline Morrell, inscribed on the front free endpaper by the author "O. from B.

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        [Autographes d'exception & Reliures en plein maroquin] Voyage au bout de la nuit

      Paris: Denoël & Steele, 1932. relié. 12x19cm. 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. - Denoël & Steele, Paris _1932, 12x19cm, relié. - Autographes d'exception & Reliures en plein maroquin relié

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        Huxley, Aldous. T.H. HUXLEY AS A MAN OF LETTERS. Family Copy

      London: Macmillan, 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, travel writing, and film stories and scripts. Through his novels and essays. . . Huxley functioned as an examiner and sometimes critic of social mores, norms and ideals. Huxley was a humanist but was also interested towards the end of his life in spiritual subjects such as parapsychology and philosophical mysticism. By the end of his life Huxley was considered, in some academic circles, a leader of modern thought and an intellectual of the highest rank. Authored (Chrome Yellow 1921, Eyeless in Gaza 1936, Ape and Essence 1948, The Doors of Perception 1954, etc). A widespread fear of Americanization had already existed in Europe since the mid-nineteenth century and Brave New World (1932) can be read as Huxley's support of it. His novel - along with Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four, helped form the anti-utopian or dystopian tradition in literature and has become synonymous with a nightmarish future world in which the human spirit is subject to conditioning and control.' (All refs: Wikipedia). Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        AUTOGRAPHED POSTAL CARD TO GEORGE HUGNET / Carte Postal. Paris, July 30, 1932

      Paris: Alexander Calder, 1932 Calder, Alexander. (George Hugnet). Signed Carte Postal. Paris,Sunday, April 17th, 1932. 4" x 5" French postal card. An tasty Autographed Postal Card from Alexander Calder [American sculptor and artist most famous for inventing the mobile, 1898-1976] to George Hugnet [French, 1906-1974, surrealist poet, graphic artist & collagist & central figure in the Dada movement and Surrealism] - "Cher George / Nour partons envers Lundi a minuit / Que veux tu que je fasse pour cette "Objectionable" Exposition. Je telephonerai chez Bucher demain mais au moin envoye moi un petit mot / Calder". The card stock a bit darkened but still in excellent condition. Lovely Association copy.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        ROSS MACDONALD IN THE GRUMBLER

      Kitchener: Kitchener: Waterloo College, 1932 First Edition. One of the earliest appearances of Ross Macdonald, [Kenneth Millar] in his 1932 school Year Book. Avery nice, very good copy indeed in illustrated beige wrappers, printed in brown. Royal 8vo. 121 pp. + 2 pp. for Autographs, the first bearing a neat signature, the last page with one name, James. Bullock [On the Grumbler's athletic staff] written repeatedly on the page in red. Includes Macdonald's, To The Damned Their Due and a collaborative work, Philo France And The Zuider Zee. With contributions by Margaret Millar, [nee Sturm], and two black and white school photographs, picturing Ross Macdonald and his future wife Margaret. Overall, a handsome copy in collectible condition of a very scarce Kenneth and Margaret Millar item.. 1st Edition.

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        AUTOGRAPHED POSTAL CARD TO GEORGE HUGNET / Carte Postal. Paris, July 30, 1932

      Paris: Alexander Calder, 1932 Calder, Alexander. (George Hugnet). Signed Carte Postal. Paris,Sunday, April 17th, 1932. 4" x 5" French postal card. An tasty Autographed Postal Card from Alexander Calder [American sculptor and artist most famous for inventing the mobile, 1898-1976] to George Hugnet [French, 1906-1974, surrealist poet, graphic artist & collagist & central figure in the Dada movement and Surrealism] - "Cher George / Nour partons envers Lundi a minuit / Que veux tu que je fasse pour cette "Objectionable" Exposition. Je telephonerai chez Bucher demain mais au moin envoye moi un petit mot / Calder". The card stock a bit darkened but still in excellent condition. Lovely Association copy.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        Death in the Afternoon

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1932. 517pp., illustrated by photograph, bound in black cloth, upper board stamped with the author's name in gilt, spine lettered and decorated in gilt. A lovely copy, nearly fine inunclipped pictorial dust jacket showing a few chips to spines ends and corners, small chip along bottom edge of front panel. Overall, a very nice copy housed in a custom leather backed clamshell. The author writes profound and subtle reasons why bullfighting is so wonderful to so many men for so many centuries, and why bullfighting is truly an art rather than sport.. First Edition. Octavo.

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        Brave New World

      London: Chatto & Windus,, 1932. Octavo. Original yellow cloth, titles to spine gilt on blue ground, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Cloth a little rubbed, toned at the spine and edges. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression. One of a limited edition of 324 numbered copies signed by the author on the limitation leaf.

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        BRAVE NEW WORLD

      London: Chatto & Windus,. 1932. original blue cloth, spine panel stamped in gold, top edge stained blue.. A near fine copy in very good dust jacket with a few small chips,. several small closed tears, and age toning to spine panel. The front. panel is nice and bright. A nice copy of this influential book.. (#81337). First edition. "... stands alongside WE and NINETEEN EIGHTY-FOUR as one of the classic dystopian novels." - Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 2-56. Anatomy of Wonder (1976) 3-27; (1981) 2-44; (1987) 2-47; and (1995) 2-56. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 437. Clarke, Tale of the Future (1978), p. 61. Connolly, The Modern Movement 75. Gerber, Utopian Fantasy (1973), p. 151. Lewis, Utopian Literature, pp. 98-103. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 120. Negley, Utopian Literature: A Bibliography 602. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, p. 195. Survey of Science Fiction Literature I, pp. 247-53. Bleiler (1978), p. 106. Reginald 07670.

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        Brave New World

      London, Chatto and Windus,, 1932.. Large octavo. Bound by Bayntun in full black morocco, titles and box design to spine gilt, raised bands, rule to boards gilt, inner dentelles gilt, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Signed by Huxley. Fine in fine binding. Limited to 324 signed numbered copies of which 314 were for sale, this being number 103 and is signed on the limitaion page by Aldous Huxley.

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        [Autographes d'exception] Le clavecin de Diderot

      Paris: Editions surréalistes, 1932. Broché. 12x19cm. Edition originale sur papier courant. Précieux envoi de l'auteur à Colette. Dos passé comme généralement, deux petites déchirures recollées en tête et en pied d'un mors, un feuillet mal découpé par le dédicataire avec légers manques marginaux. - Editions surréalistes, Paris _1932, 12x19cm, broché. - Autographes d'exception broché

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        Dictionnaire politique et critique

      Paris: La cité des livres, 1932. relié. 18x28cm. Edition originale sur papier courant pour chacun des volumes. Reliures en demi chagrin rouge, dos à cinq nerfs comportant de petites traces de frottements sans gravité, fleurs de lys en queues, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, couvertures conservées. Envoi autographe signé de l'auteur sur le premier volume. Agréable ensemble. - La cité des livres, Paris _1932-1934, 18x28cm, 5 volumes reliés. - 5 volumes reliés

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        King Kong

      New York, Grosset and Dunlap,, 1932. Screenplay by James A Creelman and Ruth Rose. Octavo. Original lime green cloth, titles to spine and front board in black, endpapers photographic images from the film. With the dust jacket. Pages a little browned as usual, tiny loss of colour to very tips of the boards, couple of light string marks to boards, but a very bright copy in a somewhat frayed dust jacket with very slight loss at the little faded spine. First edition in book form. The novelisation was serialised in Mystery Magazine the same year and published in book form slightly before the film was released. Lovelace was a former newspaper reporter, author of several books, including biographies of football coach Knute Rockne and Dwight D. Eisenhower. The original concept was Merian C. Cooper's, and Edgar Wallace had worked on the story.

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        DIE MORGENLANDFAHRT. [The Journey To The East]. Signed

      Berlin: Hermann Hesse, 1932 Hesse, Hermann. DIE MORGENLANDFAHRT. [The Journey To The East]. 1 page typescript original poem, dated Easter, 1932. A near fine or better copy signed by Hesse in black fountain pen at the bottom. This poem was typed by Hess himself on his personal typewriter & bears the name of his book published in the same year - a wonderful mythic evocation of the joys & trials of participating in a community of awakening. Hermann Hess was one of the most influential writers of the 20th century. In 1931, Hesse began planning what would become his last major work, The Glass Bead Game (aka Magister Ludi). In 1932, as a preliminary study, he released the novella DIE MORGENLANDFAHRT /Journey to the East. The Glass Bead Game was printed in 1943 in Switzerland. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1946. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. --- & ---THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, AND WHAT ALICE FOUND THERE

      Limited Editions Club. New York. 1932/35. TWO VOLUMES. LIMITED EDITIONS, SIGNED BY ALICE HARGREAVES. 8vo. (8.9 x 6 inches). Both volumes are limited editions of 1500 copies. Alice in Wonderland is signed by Frederick Warde, who designed the typography and binding. A leaf signed for this edition by Alice Hargreaves, Carroll's inspiration for the character, is bound in before the frontis. It is thought that she only signed about five hundred of these sheets so most copies do not include it. Looking Glass is signed by Alice on the colophon, as were all copies. Fine copies. Both volumes beautifully Illustrated throughout, with forty-two and fifty line engravings respectively, by John Tenniel. Bright, clean copies, finely bound in publishers delux full deep Red and Blue morocco bindings. Multiple decorative gilt borders on boards. Spines fully decorated, lettered and illustrated with Characters from the books. All edges gilt. Plain endpapers. Housed in the publishers contrasting (the red book of Alice in the Blue slip-case, the blue book of Looking Glass in the red) red and blue slip cases with the books gilt spines reproduced on the flat back panel in black. The slip cases have a little rubbing and wear to the edges but they have kept the books fine and clean.

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        Alice's Adventures in Wonderland [together with] Through the Looking Glass

      New York: The Limited Editions Club,, 1932 & 35. Illustrated by John Tenniel. 2 volumes, octavo. Publisher's red and blue calf, spines gilt in compartments with tools based on Tenniel's illustrations, boards elaborately gilt stamped, all edges gilt. Housed in the publisher's red and blue cloth slipcases. Frontispiece and engraved title to each volume and illustrations throughout by John Tenniel. Slightly rubbed at the extremities, spines a little faded. An excellent set. Limited editions, each volume one of only 1500 numbered copies. The first volume signed on the limitation leaf by typographer and binder Frederic Ward, and volume II signed on the limitation leaf by Alice Hargreaves (née Liddell), the original girl for whom Carroll wrote the books.

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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.

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        Arabia Felix: Across the Empty Quarter of Arabia

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1932. With a Foreword by T. E. Lawrence (T.E.S.) and Appendix by Sir Arthur Keith. Octavo. Original sand buckram, title gilt to spine, brown top-stain. With the dust jacket. Frontispiece and 47 other plates, illustrations to the text, some full-page, folding coloured map at the rear, 2 full-page charts to the text. Endpapers differentially browned, light toning, else a very good copy in an unclipped jacket, a little rubbed and soiled, slight chipping at the head of the spine, corrugated scrape to the lower panel, no loss. First edition, second impression, same month as the first. This copy inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper; "To Sir Henry Newbolt, with the Author's homage, Bertram Thomas, Cambridge, '32." Spotted by Sir Arnold Wilson, British acting civil commissioner in the Persian Gulf, Thomas "held a number of civilian posts under Wilson and distinguished himself as political officer at Shatra during the Iraqi uprising in 1920 … Wilson's successor in the gulf, Sir Percy Cox, retained Thomas in his position as a political adviser to the Arab leaders serving under the provisional British administration. He was appointed OBE and transferred to Transjordan as assistant to the chief British representative at the court of Amir Abdullah. He became in 1924 financial adviser (and later first minister) in the sultanate of Muscat" (ODNB). During the 20s he developed the ambition to cross the "empty quarter" and made preparatory reconnaissance of the region, "On these trips he dressed as a Bedouin, eschewed tobacco and alcohol, and spoke only Arabic." Late in 1930 Thomas left Muscat on a passing British warship, arriving at Dhufar, on the Indian Ocean coast of Arabia "from where he intended to commence his south–north crossing of the empty quarter. After waiting some months for his guides (who were involved in desert hostilities) he eventually set out with a small camel caravan but no promise of protection from the warring and predatory tribes of the interior. He emerged fifty-eight days later at Doha, on the Persian Gulf. The Royal Geographical Society in London promptly awarded him their founder's medal, and other learned societies around the world followed suit … He was admired by T. E. Lawrence and by his successor Wilfred Thesiger, who found twenty years later that Thomas was remembered by the Bedouin as an honourable, brave, and tolerant man." A very attractive association, alluding to a the specific, high-minded sort of Englishness of the Edwardian heyday of empire, as expressed poetically in Newbolt's Drake's Drum, and Vitaï Lampada, and in Thomas's selfless devotion to public service. Thomas's refusal to "compromise either his Christian faith or his loyalty to British interests," would certainly chime with Newbolt's "finer sort of patriotism" as described by Yeats, that which "lays burdens upon a man, & not the patriotism that takes burdens off."

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        Night Flight, Antoine De Saint-Exupery, 1932

      De Saint-Exupery, Antoine, Translated by Stuart Gilbert : Night Flight. London, Desmond Harmsworth, 1932, 8vo. Blue cloth, silver title to spine, which is sunned. Blue marbled end papers. PP208. Neat ownership inscription dated November 1932 of A. Dwye Evans, Director of Heinemann Publ. up to 1973. Pages a little age toned, otherwise bright, tight and clean. "Night Flight" was Antoine Saint Exupery's second novel. Night Flight is fiction, based on the author's experiences as a mail pilot in South America. The two main characters are Fabien, a pilot flying the Patagonia mail, and Riviere, his boss and the man responsible for the air mail service. Fabien's plane gets lost. Riviere continues to carry out his responsibilities in keeping the flow of mail moving, despite the loss. At another level, the book tries to look at ones duty and responsibility at and to work. It explores how people "keep going" facing all sorts of problems. This book brought Saint-Exupery his fame. A perfectionist, revising his manuscripts on the way to the printer. His obsession resulted in beautiful, poetic writing, and that shows even in translation.

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        “Just as the swineherd was taking the eighty-sixth kiss”

      1932. A Superb Original Arthur Rackham Watercolor Drawing for Hans Andersen’s “Fairy Tales”RACKHAM, Arthur (1867-1939). “Just as the swineherd was taking the eighty-sixth kiss.” [N.p.: n.d., ca. 1932]. Original pen-and-ink and watercolor drawing for the color plate facing p. 84, illustrating the fairy tale “The Swineherd” in Arthur Rackham’s Fairy Tales by Hans Andersen (London: [1932]). Signed at lower left. Image size: 11 13/16 x 9 1/16 inches; 300 x 231 mm. Matted, framed, and glazed.This highly detailed pen-and-ink and watercolor drawing depicts the swineherd, “that is to say, the Prince (but, of course, they did not know that he was not a real swineherd),” and the Princess sitting just outside the pigsty, kissing, with three pigs in the pigsty at lower left, five maids of honor standing around them at right counting the kisses, and the Emperor watching them from behind a brick fence.

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        Selected Essays 1917-1932

      New York, Harcourt, Brace and Company,, 1932. Octavo. Original blue cloth, spine stamped in gilt. With the dust jacket. Contents a little toned, spine very slightly faded but an excellent copy in the dust jacket substantially tanned at the spine. First US Edition, First Printing. With the author's signed presentation inscription to the title page, "Gratefully inscribed to Mrs. W. M. Hart by the author T. S. Eliot 12.i.33." Walter Morris Hart, then chairman of the English Department at the University of California, introduced Eliot when he came to Berkeley in January 1933 to give a lecture entitled "The Development of Taste in Poetry." With a typed letter laid in signed by Ethel Strohmeier, the university's Executive Secretary, to Hart confirming his introduction of Eliot, as well as a typed note providing some background material and anecdotal information on Eliot.

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        Vol à voiles

      Lausanne & Genève: Payot & Cie, 1932. Broché. 14x19cm. Edition originale, un des 500 ex numérotés sur alfa, seul tirage avec 35 Hollande. Bel exemplaire. - Payot & Cie, Lausanne & Genève _1932, 14x19cm, broché. - broché

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        Marie Antoinette. Bildnis eines mittleren Charakters

      Lpz., Insel 1932.. 8°. 639 (1) S. Mit 10 Taf. OKart. m. fragment. OU. EA W.-G.² 113; Klawiter 700 - Mit eh. 5-zeil. Widmung Stefan Zweigs verso Vorititel.

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        La Reliure Française de 1900 a 1925

      Paris: René Kieffer, (1932). Two small quarto volumes. (187) pp.; (187) pp. + 394 plates total. One of 500 copies. An index of important twentieth century French binders, with textual notes on each binder along with full-page photographic reproductions showing samples of their work. The majority of the reproductions are monochromatic, with some also in black and white. Binders represented include, among others, Rose Adler, Paul Bonet, Georges Mercier, Georges Cretté, and René Kieffer, who published this set. Both volumes are bound in rose-colored wrappers, the front covers lettered in red and gilt and bearing a design of a ram's head in gilt. Spine of volume I split at lower hinge and with the paper curling along the tear, a condition that is perhaps not surprising for a six-pound book bound in paper. Some chipping to spine label on volume II, sunning to edges and spines of both volumes. Volume I very good or better, volume II about fine.

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        "Uber den Bau der Atomkerne I" (Zeitschrift für Physik 77 pp. 1 ? 11, 1932). "Uber den Bau der Atomkerne II" ( Zeitschrift für Physik 78 pp. 156 - 164, 1932). "Uber den Bau der Atomkerne III" (Zeitschrift für Physik 80 pp. 587 - 596, 1933)

       First editions of the three papers in which Heisenberg formulated the final mathematical model of the atom -- the neutron-proton model for the atomic nucleus ? and the papers in which he introduced the concept of nucleon isotropic spin (later named \"isospin\").  The books bear the stamp of Friedrich Hermann Hund, a German  physicist well-known for his work on atoms and molecules. \"After Chadwick had discovered the neutron, Heisenberg was the first to state that this discovery eliminated the need for assuming the presence of electrons in the nucleus of an atom? (Pais).  The discovery of the neutron by Chadwick threw wide open the door to nuclear physics.  Chadwick?s discovery ?made it possible to change the relation between nuclear physics and the domain of unsolved problems. A substantial number of nuclear problems now became solvable by ordinary quantum mechanics? (ibid).?Only a few months later, in 1932, Heisenberg used Chadwick?s neutron to construct the first quantum mechanical nuclear model.  The main mechanism he proposed was an exchange force produced by protons and neutrons passing electrons around like basketball players tossing a ball? (Peacock, The Quantum Revolution, 94). Heisenberg postulated that the proton and neutron were two states of the same particle, the nucleon, differing only in isospin. In his theory, the nuclear force conserved isospin, which accounted for the similarities between protons and neutrons.  Other forces, such as electromagnetism, broke isospin symmetry, which explained the nucleons\' differences.  Heisenberg was wrong about the nature of the proton and neutron, but was correct about the importance of isospin in the weak nuclear force. CONDITION & DETAILS: 3 volume 8vo.  (9 x 6.5 inches; 225 x 163mm).  The books bear the stamp (on ffp) of Friedrich Hermann Hund, a German  physicist well-known for his work on atoms and molecules. Friedrich Hermann Hund (1896-1997) ?was a German physicist from Karlsruhe known for his work on atoms and molecules.  Hund worked with such prestigious physicists as Schrödinger, Dirac, Heisenberg, Max Born, and Walter Bothe. He published more than 250 papers and essays in total. Hund made pivotal contributions to quantum theory - especially concerning the structure of the atom and of molecular spectra? (Wikipedia).   BINDING & INTERIOR: Bound in black cloth over marbled paper hardboard.  The set is ex-libris with slight ?ghosting? from the removal of spine labels (see picture).  Small stamp appears on the rear of the title pages. Very slightly rubbed at the edges.  Tightly bound and very clean.  The interior is clean and bright.  Very good + condition.  

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        King Kong

      New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1932. The first edition of the most coveted photoplay with the exceptionally scarce first generally available dust jacket showing the double 'by' error. (An earlier jacket was printed without crediting the screenplay authors, but immediately pulled when the screenwriters threatened a law suit. A much more common-though still very scarce-jacket was issued that corrected the double "by" error.) Issued in conjunction with (and shortly prior to) the release of the classic RKO movie. Tight binding with sound hinges. Clean pages. Some minor loss of color to the violet topstain of text block. Bright fresh cover with some very light wear. The dust jacket has bright, fresh color with only some light edge wear with no significant chips. However, there is a short, narrow piece missing from the front panel and half of the inside front flap has been removed. Still, this is one of the nicest first-state examples of this famous photoplays that you will find. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Good to Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Jung Writes To One Of His Students About Sending His Book Eternal Analysis

      TLS. 1pg. 4 ¼? x 6?. June 11, 1932. Switzerland. A typed letter signed ?Yours Jung? to his student Dr. Wolfgang Kranefeldt in Berlin. The English translation states: ?Accept my best thanks for the friendly transmission of your excellently written treatise on ?Eternal Analysis.? The Wharton family is a difficult topic. You must also occasionally speak with the wife.? He added a postscript, ?An objective reply to Paneth?s paper would probably be appropriate. I haven't read it, but accept your idea that it must be stupid.? Jung might be referring to chemist Fritz Paneth, and if so, he was not complimenting the scientist. The postcard has some light toning and is in fine condition.

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