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        Le Satyricon. Cuivres graves par A. Derain. Paris, Aux depens d'un Amateur 1951. Folio. 290 S. Mit 33 Orig.-Radierungen u. 43 Holzschnittvignetten. Orig.-Brs. in Orig.-Halbpergament-Chemise und Schuber.

      0 - Eines von 50 Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe mit einer zweiten Suite sämtlicher Orig.-Radierungen u. Orig.-Holzschnitte. Bereits 1934 schuf Derain die Radierungen. Der Tod des Verlergers 1939 verhinderte die anstehende Realisierung des Buches. Erst 1951 konnte das Buch dann in den Druck gehen. Tadellos erhalten. - Monod 9049. - Rauch 40.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Schmidt & Günther]
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        LA CUCINA ITALIANA “Mangiar meglio... Spender meno”. Giornale di gastronomia per famiglie e buongustai. Fondatrice Delia Notari.

      Roma, Tipografia Giornale d?'Italia 1934-1942. In-8 gr., 9 voll., mz. pelle mod., decoraz. e tit. oro al dorso, pp. 32 / 24 / 16, con ill. in b.n. o in tinta nel t. Di questa celebrata rivista mensile offriamo una raccolta pressoché completa di 9 annate, dal gennaio 1934 (Anno VI) al dicembre 1942 (Anno XIV). Tutta la raccolta è ben conservata (6 voll., purtroppo, portano incollata sulla prima pagina di ogni numero l?'etichetta con l?'indirizzo del destinatario, non sempre intatta). Nata nel 1929, la rivista ha cadenza mensile ma formato da quotidiano. Inizialmente, oltre a proporre ricette e consigli gastronomici, pubblica anche articoli firmati da donne scrittrici e ricette di poeti italiani, oltre a numerose rubriche. Nel 1934, col passaggio della direzione a Fanny Dini, la "La Cucina Italiana" si presenta come una moderna rivista per signore, cambia formato, le 8 pagine diventano 32, e si introducono le illustrazioni. Anche il contenuto muta: vengono ampliate le tematiche gastronomiche e introdotte nuove rubriche (dedicate alla bellezza, all?'arredamento della casa, alle giovani dame della borghesia perchè diventino ?"perfette massaie?"); dal 1935 appare anche la rubrica sulla moda e vi è persino uno spazio per il galateo. Nell?'ottobre 1937 la prima pagina del mensile si presenta come una copertina vera e propria e diventa a colori due anni dopo. "La Cucina Italiana" chiude per la guerra nel luglio 1943 ma rinascerà nel dopoguerra.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas]
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        LA CUCINA ITALIANA. ?Mangiar meglio... Spender meno?. Giornale di gastronomia per famiglie e buongustai. Fondatrice Delia Notari.

      Tipografia Giornale d?Italia 1934-1942 In - 8 gr., 9 voll., mz. pelle mod., decoraz. e tit. oro al dorso, pp. 32 / 24 / 16, con ill. in b.n. o in tinta nel t. Di questa celebrata rivista mensile offriamo una raccolta pressoché completa di 9 annate, dal gennaio 1934 (Anno VI) al dicembre 1942 (Anno XIV). Tutta la raccolta è ben conservata (6 voll., purtroppo, portano incollata sulla prima pagina di ogni numero l?etichetta con l?indirizzo del destinatario, non sempre intatta). Nata nel 1929, la rivista ha cadenza mensile ma formato da quotidiano. Inizialmente, oltre a proporre ricette e consigli gastronomici, pubblica anche articoli firmati da donne scrittrici e ricette di poeti italiani, oltre a numerose rubriche. Nel 1934, col passaggio della direzione a Fanny Dini, la "La Cucina Italiana" si presenta come una moderna rivista per signore, cambia formato, le 8 pagine diventano 32, e si introducono le illustrazioni. Anche il contenuto muta: vengono ampliate le tematiche gastronomiche e introdotte nuove rubriche (dedicate alla bellezza, all?arredamento della casa, alle giovani dame della borghesia perchè diventino ?perfette massaie?); dal 1935 appare anche la rubrica sulla moda e vi è persino uno spazio per il galateo. Nell?ottobre 1937 la prima pagina del mensile si presenta come una copertina vera e propria e diventa a colori due anni dopo. "La Cucina Italiana" chiude per la guerra nel luglio 1943 ma rinascerà nel dopoguerra.

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        Hutchinson's Dog Encyclopaedia

      London: Hutchinson and Co. (Publishers), Ltd.,, [1934-35]. An invaluable work of international importance (alphabetically arranged for easy reference) on breeds of dogs of every country, with full veterinary advice in cases of accidents or ailments, etc., on their care and home treatment, contributed by the most eminent authorities. 3 volumes, quarto. Original red cloth, gilt lettered spines and front covers, gilt stamp of the head of an Airedale terrier on front covers, top edge red. With the dust jackets. 1,168 monochrome illustrations in the text, 20 colour plates. Jacket spines and front panels sunned, some closed-tears, nicks and chips, some foxing and light biro flecking to spine of volume I, fore-edges and endleaves foxed. A very good set. First edition, first printing of this exhaustive and sought after work, particularly scarce in the dust jackets.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Materialista lételmélet. (Vázlat.) Írta: --. El?szót írta: Jeszenszky Erik. [Materialist Ontology. (Outline.) By --. Preface by Erik Jeszenszky.]

      Phönix (Viktória nyomda), Budapest 1934 - First edition. In original illustrated wrappers, printed in red and black. Designed by György Konecsni. 149, (3) p. First edition of the Marxist philosophical-historical essay, one of the most important Hungarian Communist reference book. Cover by György Konecsni (1908-1970) the Hungarian modernist graphic artist, who later became lionised socialist-realist artist in the Communist Hungary. In original illustrated wrappers, printed in red and black. Designed by György Konecsni [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Farmer?s Year: A Calendar of English Husbandry

      Oblong 4to. London: Collins, [1934]. Oblong 4to, 54pp. With 12 full-page woodcuts, and smaller woodcuts throughout text. Green cloth covered boards with gilt title and author to front cover and spine, and gilt impression of a farmer holding a hand-sickle. Illustrated dust jacket with large diagonal closed tear to the front. Green decorative endpapers. Fading and soiling to edges, otherwise a very good copy with the plates in fine condition. First edition, second impression. Born and raised in London, England, Clare Leighton began her career in the arts by attending the Slade School of Art at the University of London. Early in her life, Leighton chose wood engraving as her medium and is best known for her illustrations of agrarian life in England, Europe and the American South. The Farmer?s Year is one of her best known books and covers the 12 months of the year with a typical farming event in each. Sadly, the book is frequently cut up for the superb plates.

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        Sueur de sang EDITION ORIGINALE Service de presse ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Les cahiers libres, 1934. Fine. Les cahiers libres, Paris 1934, 12x19cm, broché. - first edition. Precious autograph signed by Pierre Jean Jouve to Léon-Paul Fargue. Prime slightly curled back with a small and harmless clear wetting in foot. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des exemplaires du service de presse. Précieux envoi autographe signé de Pierre Jean Jouve à Léon-Paul Fargue. Premier légèrement gondolé, dos comportant une petite et claire mouillure sans gravité en pied.

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        Le livre des bêtes qu'on appelle sauvages

      1934. broché. D'OccasionTrèsBonétat. Edition Frères Gonin, Paris, Lausanne, 1934. In folio (46 x 34 cm) en feuilles sous couverture illustrée, chemise et étui cartonnés, illustrations de Paul Jouve : 44 compositions originales gravées sur bois et sur pierre, Exemplaire de tête (n°6/50) sur vélin. Monod 3605.

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        America and Alfred Stieglitz: A Collective Portrait

      New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1934. First edition. Hardcover. First edition, stated. Very good in a good unclipped dust jacket, with the jacket showing light to moderate edgewear, shallow chipping; tape repairs to the upper front panel, rear flap detatched but present. Boards show light soiling. This copy inscribed and signed on the front free endpaper by contributor William Carlos Williams to Katherine Johns, whom Williams employed as a typist and informal secretary; in his Autobiography, Williams refers to her work on his manuscripts for In The American Grain and Voyage to Pagany, among other works. It's possible that Johns worked on the manuscript for Williams's contribution to this volume as well, although there is no firm evidence for that supposition. If there were, we'd up the price. In any event, a solid copy of the much less common trade edition, signed by an important contributor, with a nice association.

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        Why Didn't They Ask Evans?

      The Crime Club, London 1934 - HARDBACK - The book is in very good condition with no fading to the orange boards or to the spine. Internally the inner pages are very clean with no signs of foxing or finger marks, with the text free of any previous owner names or inscriptions. The dust wrapper is original to the book and in very good condition. When we purchased this title, there was light unnecesary restoration to the spine tips and to the corners of the front and rear flaps. We decided to have this restoration removed by a paper archivist. The end result is a dust wrapper with shallow chipping to the tips and to the corners. The original red lettering to the spine has faded to a yellow over the years with the printed price of 7'6net clearly present to the spine. The dust wrapper is the correct first edition, first impression with the printed reviews of Murder on the Orient Express present to the back panel. A lovely example of a very scarce golden age Agatha Christie title. Please view the numerous scans. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Pied Piper of Hamelin

      George C. Harrap & Co., Ltd 1934 - First Edition. A sharp copy of this limited edition of 410 copies SIGNED by Arthur Rackham. The book is in nice shape. The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp with light wear to the spine and edges. The pages are clean with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a lovely copy with the publisher's slipcase present. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        30 meist eigenh. Briefe mit U. bzw. Initialen und 4 eh. (Bild-)Postkarten mit U. bzw. Initialen.

      Verschiedene Orte - 1934 bis 1942. Zusammen 54¼ SS. auf 40 Bll. (Qu.-)8vo bis gr.-4to. Die Karten mit eh. Adresse. Inhaltsreiche literarische Korrespondenz mit dem Publizisten Rudolf Goldschmit-Jentner (1890–1964): „[.] Ich hätte eben mancherlei, was ich in normalen Zeiten gern mit Ihnen besprochen hätte. Mit Diederichs tobt eben der letzte Kampf um den Titel des Dichter-Breviers, der womöglich dazu führt, dass ich das im übrigen druckfertige Opus zurückziehe oder wenn ich das rechtlich nicht kann ohne meinen Namen herausgehen lasse. Ich hatte mich zu dem Titel durchgerungen ‚Versenkung und Erhebung’, ein Brevier deutscher Dichtung, weil er sich, vielleicht mit Recht, an dem Plural ‚Erhebungen’ stiess, und Erhebung auch nicht für alles passt, was harmloser oder pessimistischer ist – er will jetzt ‚Besinnung und Erhebung’, was ich ganz flau und klanglos finde. Dann will mich Goverts in Hamburg zur Bevorwortung einer aus dem Französischen übersetzten neuaufgefundenen Sammlung Schlegel-Briefe werben, nennt aber von sich aus kein Honorar – was soll man da (für 6–7 Seiten) fordern? Dann habe ich die Freude zum 60. Geburtstag Keyserlings auf Büttenblätter etwas schreiben zu sollen, lauter unfruchtbares Kopfzerbrechen, und nie einen Tag wirklich gegönnter Besinnung. Dazu nun die neue tolle Sache im Norden. Wie soll das alles enden? Jedenfalls werden wir Bücherschreiber wohl das letzte Mal ein gutes Weihnachten erlebt haben [.]" (a. d. Br. v. 14. April 1940). – „Klappentexte sind immer etwas Peinliches, weil man selbige zu voll nehmen muss. Buchbinden geben immer mehr den Eindruck von etwas, was der Verlag ohne Initiative des Autors aussen hinzufügt; die dem Buch enger verbundenen Umschlagteile erwecken die Ansicht, dass der Verfasser mitarbeitet und seinen Ruhm dauernd mit dem Buche selber sich zu Gemüte führt. Deshalb bin ich mehr für Ihre zweite Fassung, und habe ihr nur den Hinweis aufs Biographische hinzugefügt, der mir wichtig scheint. Wenn ich zum Deuter scheinbar schwülstiger ‚Verkünder’ beigesetzt habe, so geschah das nur, um die sprachliche Härte zu vermeiden, die mir in ‚Deuter der deutschen’ durch die Folge der d’s zu liegen scheint; aber ‚Deuter unsrer Musik’ geht auch nicht [.]" (a. d. Br. v. 9. Juli 1940). – „[.] Ich danke Ihnen noch sehr für Ihr Telegramm; ich ahnte freilich nicht, dass Sie fort waren, anscheinend in einem weltfernen Ort, Sie Glücklicher. Ich habe die Vorstellung, dass ich dies Jahr gar nicht herauskommen werde. Dafür gehen zahllose Besuche von Freunden und Verwandten über mich hin [.] Der Frühling ist hier sehr köstlich, aber ich bin etwas arbeitsunlustig, wie es ja nicht anders sein kann, wenn man die immer aussichtslosere Lage des Schriftstellers bedenkt: nächstes Jahr wird kein Buch mehr erscheinen können, und man stellt sich allmählich wohl besser wieder auf Vorträge und Aufsätze um [.]" (a. d. Br. v. 12. Mai 1942). – Richard Benz war als freier Wissenschaftler und Publizist in Heidelberg tätig. In seinem umfangreichen Werk befaßte er sich mit der Literatur-, Musik- und Kulturgeschichte verschiedener Epochen und richtete sein wissenschaftliches Interesse u. a. auf die gegenseitige Durchdringung von Dichtung, Musik und Philosophie. – Mehrheitlich mit unbedeutenden Altersspuren. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Das Dritte Reich / Widerstand. Zeitschrift für nationalrevolutionäre Politik, herausgegeben von Ernst Nieckisch und A. Paul Weber. Jahrgänge 1930 - 1933 * 4 Bände jeweils im O r i g i n a l - V e r l a g s e i n b a n d

      Berlin, Widerstands-Verlag / Nürnberg, Verlag Das Dritte Reich, 1934.. . Vollständige Ausgabe im original Verlagseinband (4 Bände, uniform gebunden jeweils in braunes Ganzleinen / Leinen /OLn / Ln 8vo im Format 16,2 x 23 cm) mit dekoriertem Rückentitel und Deckelvignette jeweils in Goldprägung sowie Liniendekoration der Vorderdeckel, ebenfalls in Goldprägung. 384 / 384+14+31 / 384+16+36 / 384 Seiten, mit vielen Zeichnungen von A.Paul Weber (teilweise auf Kunstdruck-Tafen), Schrift: Fraktur, Jahres-Inhaltsverzeichnisse jeweils vorab mit eingegebunden. Beigebunden im Band 1931: "Bevölkerungskrise als biologische Folge einer Bewusstseinswandlung innerhalb des deutschen Volkes" von Dr. med. Gustav Sondermann (Vortrag, gehalten am 3. Oktober 1931 bei Gelegenheit der Widerstandstagung auf der Leuchtenburg,15 Seiten) und "Was will die Widerstandsbewegung?", u.a. mit den 17 "Grundsätzen der Widerstandsbewegung" sowie einem Abschnitt "Gliederung der Widerstandsbewegung" / Kameradschaftsordnung (zusammen 32 Seiten) und beigebunden im Band 1932: "Claus Heim" (16 Seiten) sowie "Hitler - ein deutsches Verhängnis. Zeichnungen von A. Paul Weber" (36 Seiten, die Erstausgabe), beides von Ernst Niekisch. - Mit Beiträgen von H. Armstrong, Hans Bäcker, Erwin Beisel, Herbert Burgmüller, Dr. Josef Drexel, Hugo Fischer, Friedrich Gregorovius, Ernst Jünger, Friedrich Georg Jünger, Hans-Hermann von Kleiberg, Wilfried Knopke, Alexander Mitscherlich, Günther Müller, Josef Müller, Dr. Otto Nickel, Ernst Niekisch, Otto Petras, Dr. Fritz Reck-Malleczewen und A. Paul Weber. - Aus den "Grundsätzen der Widerstandsbewegung": "Die Widerstandsbewegung fühlt sich nicht solidarisch mit diesem Europa, dessen Dasein die Knechtung des deutschen Volkes in sich begreift. Wenn Deutschlands Auflehnung gegen das Versailler Joch das Verderben des gesamten Europa heraufbeschwört, dann scheut die Widerstandsbewegung dieses Verderben nicht: eher mag die Welt zugrunde gehen, als daß sich das deutsche Volk freiwillig in seine Fesseln schicken wird / Die Widerstandsbewegung wehrt die Einwirkungen des westlichen Geistes auf Deutschland ab; sie fühlt sich berufen, die Formen zu bekämpfen und die Einrichtungen zu vernichten, in denen er in Deutschland Fuß gefasst hat / Die Ideen des Westens verkörpern sich im römischen Herrschaftsgedanken, in romgebundener Kirchlichkeit, im römischen Recht, aber ebenso in der westlichen Zivilisation, im Gedankengut des Aufklärung- und Humanitätszeitalters, in den geistigen Elementen von 1789, im modernen Individualismus, in der bürgerlichen Welt- und Wirtschaftsauffassung, im Liberalismus, Parlamentarismus und modernen Demokratie / Deutschland entwickelt aus sich selbst eine besondere den Ideen des Westens entgegengesetzte Lebensform. Es kann diese besondere Lebensform aber gegenüber der Übermacht der Sieger nur herausbilden, wenn es in jeder Hinsicht Rückhalt an dem radikalsten Feind der Ideen des Westens, an Russland, findet / Deutschlands Beteiligung am Kreuzzug gegen Russland bedeutet infolgedessen für Deutschland Selbstmord / Strenge Gewöhnung der Jugend an Unterordnung, Gehorsam, kärgliches Leben, Entbehrungen und alle Arten männlicher Tugenden / Wille zur Armut. Wille zu einfachem Lebensstil; man ist stolz, ihn dem überfeinertten Lebensstil der imperialistischen Westmächte entgegenzusetzen / Absage an die Ideen der Humanität. Bejahung auch des Barbarischsten, wenn es um des nationalen Aufstiegswillen notwendig ist / Bekenntnis zum Autoritären und zu einem harten Dasein in Zucht und Pflichten. Schaffung von Zwangslagen, die den städtischen Massen keinen anderen Ausweg lassen als den, sich in diesen Lebensstil hineinzuschicken / Pflege der Wehrhaftigkeit mit allen Mitteln. Verbreitung der Erkenntnis, daß die Privatisierung der politischen Tributschuld zu gegebener Zeit auch den privatisierten Freiheitskriege rechtfertigen würde. Absage an das Prinzip des Privateigentums im Sinne des römischen Rechtes. Die deutsche Tributverpflichtung wurzelt seit der Privatisierung der Tributschuld in diesen Privateigentumsbegriff / Abkehr von der kapitalistischen Wirtschaft- und Gesellschaftsform überhaupt, da sie seit 1918 mit dem Inhalt des Versailler Systems zusammenfällt und innerhalb Deutschlands die feste Stütze der Versailler Ordnung ist / In der Hinwendung zu einem einem armen, unter der Herrschaftsidee von Potsdam stehenden, dem Osten zurückkehrten, die abendländischen Elemente in sich vertilgenden, den Staatsgedanken über das ganze Dasein erhebenden Lebensstil ergreift das deutsche Volk seine Weltsendung." - Erstausgabe, Exemplare in sehr guter Erhaltung

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        The Official Mixer's Manual

      New York: Ray Long & Richard Smith, 1934. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Ray Long & Richard Smith, 1934: First Edition. Hardcover with ring binder interior. Very Good. First page is detached from rings. Pages are toned. Light scuffing and edge wear to cloth. A nice copy of the scarce first edition.

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        Photograph Album - 1934 Arctic Cruise of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter, USCGC Northland

      Arctic Circle, 1934. Photograph Album. Very Good. This album (approximately 8" x 14") contains approximately 150 photographs of the USCGC Northaland and its crew while on its annual Arctic cruise to Point Barrow, Alaska in 1934. The leather attractive leather 'logalbum" cover features a multi-color relief illustration of the Northland at sea. Photographs range in size between approximately 2.5" x 3.5" to 4" x 6". The USCGC Northland was a gunboat especially designed for Arctic waters; it was the last cruising cutter equipped with a tall-masted sailing rig. Each year between 1929 and 1938, the ship patrolled the Bering Sea performing a myriad of federal functions including gathering military intelligence, enforcing the law, transporting teachers and Public Health Service personnel, surveying coastlines, etc. The ship later served with distinction in World War II, capturing the first naval prize of the war and sinking a German submarine in the Davis Strait, and successfully assaulting a small German radio station in Greenland. Following the war, the ship was sold as scrap but instead was purchased by Zionists and use to transport Jewish refugees to Palestine. In 1948 she was named Eliat and became the first flagship of the fledgling Israeli Navy. The photographs in this album document the voyage beginning with the ship's departure from Seattle; its inland passage through British Columbia and Alaska; sailing through the Aleutians; crossing the Arctic Circle, stops at Mount Ballyhoo, Dutch Harbor, Nome, Unalaskan, and Fox Inlet on Somerset Island (which happens to be the setting of Peter Freuchen's classic novel and film, Eskimo). Some of the photos include: the Northland under sail, the wardroom, the bridge with an able seaman at the helm, rowing the ship's walrus skin boat, the radio room, deck scenes, the ship icebound near Nome, setting the mainsail, view from the crow's nest, street scenes of Nome, firing a machine gun, firing the port and starboard guns on the 4th of July, and more. The album and photographs are in nice shape. One of the album closure snaps has been repaired. Some photographs have been removed from the album.

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        Fascists at Olympia: A Record of Eye-Witnesses and Victims compiled by 'Vindicator'. [Together with:] Red Violence and Blue Lies: An Answer to Fascists at Olympia

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd; B.U.F. Publications, Ltd,, 1934. Two works, octavo. Single quire, wire-stitched into original orange wrappers printed in black; single quire, wire-stitched into original black wrappers printed in silver. Photographic plate and plan. Staples a little rusty, wrappers faintly soiled. Excellent copies. First editions, first impressions. Aldous Huxley was one of the eyewitnesses approached by journalist Tom Hopkinson (alias "Vindicator") for his pamphlet on the violent clashes between Blackshirts and Communist and Jewish groups at the Oswald Mosley rally at Olympia on 7 June 1934. The British Union of Fascists' retorted with the publication of their own compilation of eyewitnesses' statements, including David Lloyd George's, its presentation offset from the Gollancz pamphlet only through the colour of the wrappers.

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        Le locataire EDITION ORIGINALE Tirage de tête

      Paris: Gallimard, 1934. Fine. Gallimard, Paris 1934, 12x19cm, broché. - First edition, one of 47 ex numbered on "pur-fil" paper, only large papiers.spine slightly warped, tiny traces of marginal scratches on boards with tiny gaps caused minor, few bites mainly affecting the copy paper in large gardes.Rare this text masterfully adapted for the screen. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 47 exemplaires numérotés sur pur fil, seuls grands papiers. Dos légèrement gauchi, infimes traces d'éraflures marginales sur les plats ayant occasionné de minuscules manques sans gravité, rares piqûres affectant essentiellement les gardes. Rare exemplaire en grand papier de ce texte magistralement adapté au cinéma.

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        La comédie de Charleroi EDITION ORIGINALE Grand papier

      Paris: Gallimard, 1934. Fine. Gallimard, Paris 1934, 12x19cm, broché. - First edition, one of 77 numbered copies on Alfa paper, only 45 leading copies with pure lead. Two small spots and tiny bites minor on the first flat, nice interior state. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 77 exemplaires numérotés sur alfa, seuls grands papiers avec 45 pur fil. Deux petites taches et infimes piqûres sans gravité sur le premier plat, quelques légères rousseurs affectant certains témoins, agréable état intérieur.

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        The Trail of Fu Manchu.

      Published for The Crime Club, Inc. by Doubleday, Doran & Co., Inc., Garden City, NY 1934 - 329pp. Black cloth stamped in yellow on the front panel and the spine panel, top edge stained yellow. The seventh book featuring Fu Manchu. Name and date on front free endpaper else a bright, fine copy in good+ dustjacket with long, closed tear and creases to front panel and several old mends to the verso. In Bleiler, 1978, p. 170. In Hubin, 1994, p. 696. ; Octavo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Boccacio's Decameron

      Oxford: Basil Blackwell for Shakespeare Head Press, 1934-1935. One of only 325 copies, this no. 84. Two volumes. Printed in blue and black with wood engravings cut by R.J. Beedham and E. Joyce Francis from those in the edition of the Decameron printed by the Brothers Gregorii at Venice in 1492. Large 4to., original half blue morocco with cream buckram sided, spine lettered in gilt, top edges gilt, others uncut, with marbled endpapers, some rubbing and bumping to extremities, edges slightly browned, offset from booklabels, otherwise good. The text is from the English translation printed by Isaac Jaggard for Mathew Lownes in 1625. From the Private Press collection of Clarence Hanson with his booklabel in each volume, offset from booklabel particularly in vol. I.

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        THE THIN MAN

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1934. First American Edition. First Printing, first state, with "seep" for "sleep" on p.209 line 17. Octavo; jade green cloth, with titling, decorations and ruled border stamped in red and navy blue on spine and front cover; deep burgundy topstain; variant green dustjacket, without Book of the Month Club label at front panel (one of four jacket variants, with no established priority); 259pp, [3]. Hint of sunning to spine, some inevitable light mottling to cloth, with mild foxing to right edge of textblock; clean throughout, with a bright, unfaded topstain - Very Good+ to Near Fine. Dustjacket is unclipped (priced $2.00), gently sine-sunned, with light wear and a few tiny tears to extremities; an unrestored, Very Good+ example. Hammett's fifth and final novel, a commercial success upon publication, selling more than 30,000 copies within a few months of its release on 8 January, 1934. Basis for W.S. Van Dkye's film of the same name released later the same year, and spawning a successful series of subsequent films through 1947. Layman A6.1.a.

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        The Story of Babar the Little Elephant

      London: Methuen, , 1934. With a preface by A. A. Milne. Folio. Original orange boards with grey cloth spine, illustration to front cover, titles to front cover in black. Illustrated throughout by Jean de Brunhoff. Rubbing to corners and fore-edge and bottom edges, mild soiling to top front edge, gift inscription in pencil to endpaper, internally bright. A very good copy. First UK edition, first impression. The first Babar book, originally published in France in 1931.

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        The Pied Piper of Hamelin

      London, George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd.,, 1934. Octavo. Original vellum yapp wrappers, titles to upper cover gilt, pictorial endpapers, top edge gilt, others untrimmed, housed in a plain white paper covered slipcase with titled label to spine. Four colour plates and many monochrome illustrations throughout the text by Arthur Rackham. Signed on the limitation page by Arthur Rackham. A clean copy in fine condition. Slipcase lightly rubbed with light chipping to label. Signed limited edition. One of 410 copies signed by Arthur Rackham.

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        Mon Combat Traduction intégrale de «Mein Kampf» par Jean Gaudefroy-Demombynes et Augustin Calmettes

      Paris, Nouvelles Éditions Latines, 1934. 4to. mayor; 686 pp., 1 h. Cubiertas originales. La primera traducción mundial del «Mein Kampf» es ésta versión integral francesa, muy rara, publicada al mismo tiempo en que Hitler era elegido por el pueblo alemán «Reichspräsident», con el título de «Führer und Reichskanzler».

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        Handful of Dust

      1934. WAUGH, Evelyn.A Handful of Dust.London: Chapman and Hall, (1934).First edition of Waugh?'s fourth novel, a highly memorable association copy from the library of famed author and lawyer Louis Auchincloss—pre-eminent ?"chronicler of Manhattan?'s old-money elite?" (New York Times)—with his gilt-stamped bookplate and embossed inkstamp, scarce in original unrestored dust jacket.?"It was during his two months in Morocco at the beginning of 1934 that Evelyn Waugh wrote the major part of A Handful of Dust. From the start he realised that this was different from anything he had attempted before.?" With its title taken from a line in Eliot?'s The Waste Land—?"I will show you fear in a handful of dust?"—Waugh?'s masterpiece marks a turning point in his work, representing ?"a level of achievement very much higher than any he had previously attained?" (Hastings, 307-13). Critics praised the work as ?"the best written novel Waugh has yet produced?" (New Statesman), with a story that is ?"both tragic and hilariously funny?" (Saturday Review).Only lightest edge-wear to fine book; some chipping, slight toning to scarce very good dust jacket.

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        Poésies Complètes. [I: Études et Préludes. Cendres et Poussières. Evocations. Sapho. La Vénus des Aveugles. 1901-1903. II: Les Kitharèdes. A l'heure des mains jointes. Sillages. Flambeaux éteints. Dans un Coin de Violettes. Le Vent des Vaisseaux. Haillons. 1904-1909]

      Paris, Librairie Alphonse Lemerre, 1934 [«Petite Bibliothèque Litteraire»] Dos volúmenes en 4to.menor; 3 hs., VIII-244 pp. + 3 hs., 271 pp., con una lámina retrato grabada por A. Mignon. Encuadernación uniforme en piel, con dobles filetes dorados en los planos.

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        FRANKENSTEIN OR THE MODERN PROMETHEUS

      Harrison Smith and Robert Haas, New York 1934 - First printing. ix, 259p. Illustrated with wood engravings by Lynd Ward. Blue cloth with wraparound paper label featuring the Ward illustration in black and white. Very scarce in this condition. Exceptionally fine copy in near fine dust jacket with minimal corner chips - bookplate removed from front pastedown [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tú eres la paz. Novela

      Madrid, Editorial Pueyo, 1934. 4to.; 355 pp., 5 hs. Cubiertas originales.

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        The Well of Days [Signed] [Zhizn' Arsen'eva : Istoki dne]

      Alfred A. Knopf, 1934, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: very good, First edition. A Very Good copy of the first American edition, first printing (modest pushing to the spine ends, slight fading to the board extremities), in a Very Good example of the quite scarce dust jacket (spine sunned and showing some rubbing, moderate handling soil, light edge wear, tape repairs to the verso/inside of each spine end and to the verso at the rear flap fold's upper edge), SIGNED BY IVAN BUNIN on the title page and with a photographic postcard of Bunin loosely laid in. Ivan Bunin won the 1933 Nobel Prize in Literature "for the strict artistry with which he has carried on the classical Russian traditions in prose writing", making Bunin the first Russian to win the Prize. In presenting the Prize to Bunin, Per Hallström, Permanent Secretary of the Swedish Academy, described "The Well of Days" as partially autobiographical and stated that Bunin, in the work "...has reproduced Russian life in a manner broader than ever before. His old superiority as the incomparable painter of the vast and rich beauty of the Russian land remains fully confirmed here." Signed copies of the book are as scarce as hen's teeth. A Very Good copy of this notable Bunin work, SIGNED BY IVAN BUNIN and with a photographic postcard showing Bunin loosely laid in. QUITE SCARCE.

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        L'Afrique fantôme (De Dakar à Djibouti, 1931-1933)

      - Paris, Gallimard, 1934. In-8, 525-(5) pp., broché. Edition originale, pas de grand papier annoncé. Illustré de 32 planches photographiques hors-texte de la mission Dakar-Djibouti. Bel exemplaire. * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). * Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. * Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. * Langue : Français

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        The Listerdale Mystery

      London: Collins,, 1934. and Other Stories. Octavo. Original maroon cloth, silver lettered spine. Spine rolled, small pale mark on front cover, edges of book block and some margins foxed. First edition, first impression, with a distinguished provenance: from the library of E. T. "Ned" Guymon, Jr (1900-1983), with his striking bookplate. Guymon was one of the foremost 20th century collectors of crime fiction, a large collection of his papers and documents being held at Bowling Green State University, Ohio. "[Christie's] best short stories are 'Philomel Cottage' and 'Accident', both to be found in a volume entitled The Listerdale Mystery and Other Stories" (Ellery Queen, Queen's Quorum, 1953, p. 77). Eric Quayle makes an interesting assertion, that "the name 'James Bond' was first used by Agatha Christie for her unwilling sleuth in the 'Rajah's Emerald', one of the stories collected in The Listerdale Mystery" (The Collector's Book of Detective Fiction p. 120); although, of course, Fleming took the name James Bond from that of the American ornithologist James Bond, a Caribbean bird expert and author of the definitive field guide to the birds of the West Indies. A remarkably bright copy; without the dust jacket but all pre-war Collins Christies are scarce in dust jacket and this title is one of the two or three scarcest of them all.

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        The Thin Man

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1934. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. 259 p. Lightly green and tan cloth with red topstain, blue and red designs. About Very Good condition. No jacket. Cloth a bit soiled, sunned around spine and top edge. Spine and slightly cocked. Light foxing throughout text and to edges. The author's last novel, an enjoyable mystery dedicated to his wife, playwright Lillian Hellman.

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        L'INSTINCT DU BONHEUR

      - L'Instinct du Bonheur. Roman.- Paris, Bernar Grasset, 1934; en 8º mayor plena piel, nerivios, rueda dorada en contra cantos guardas de raso, corte superior dorado, estuche cartoné, conserva cubierta, 236 pp 1 h. Ejemplar con dibujos originales a color, firmados por Grau Sala. Uno a plena página en portadilla y otros dieciocho en tamaño más pequeños utilizando el espacio del final del capítulo.

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        Autograph Letter in Japanese calligraphic script to Lou Gehrig, from "the Children of Japan"

      [Japan, 1934. Pen and ink on long folded sheet of paper. 36 x 7 in. Fine. Pen and ink on long folded sheet of paper. 36 x 7 in. Presented to Lou Gehrig from the Children of Japan. Gehrig barnstormed around Japan in 1934, joined by Babe Ruth, his manager Connie Mack and a dozen other players. Gehrig brought his wife Eleanor, intending the trip to be the first leg of their delayed honeymoon. Gehrig and Ruth were no longer on speaking terms, and an encounter between Eleanor and Ruth involving prodigious amounts of champagne and caviar in the slugger's cabin further cemented the estrangement. The present letter, written in Japanese and presented to Gehrig from "the children of Japan," is a touching note offering good wishes to Gehrig's mother, with whom he was very close. Translation of the presentation letter: Dear Mr. Gehrig: "I am very happy to learn that you are a good filial son to your Mom. I hear that fact from someone and read about it in a magazine. I like and respect my own Mother very much. So, I would like to give something from Japan to your Mom. I was thinking and thinking, but I could not know what was a good and appropriate gift.After much consideration and thought, I decided it might be good to send your Mom the Nippon Shichi Fukujin or Japan's Seven Lucky Gods. It is close to Christmas - your country. So these Seven Lucky Gods will bring many happinesses to your Mom. This is really a 'tsumaranai mono,' not-so-fine a thing, a trifling thing of no major importance whatsoever. I wish some Japanese person in the US to explain to you about the Seven Lucky Gods. I hope you and your Mom will have a good fortune. I ask the Seven Lucky Gods to bring this gift to you. I am afraid the gift for your Mom is not so fine. Japanese children said to you, Mr. Gehrig, 'yoroshiku' to say 'hello' to you and your Mom. For a long time you have been active and working hard. Please come to Japan again. With your Mom! To have sightseeing. The children of Japan. November." [With:] 3 books on Japanese culture and tourism from Gehrig's library. From the collection of Ruth Martin Quick, a former girlfriend of Gehrig who later became a very close friend of Gehrig's mother, Christina. The collection included Gehrig's jersey worn on the 1934 Japan trip (which sold for over $500,000 at auction in 2011), a signed baseball, and other memorabilia. Provenance: Jeffrey Quick of Whippany, N.J., son of Ruth Martin Quick, a friend of Lou Gehrig

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        Parker Dam and Appurtenant Works: Schedules, Specifications, and Drawings - Specifications No. 574: Original Copy of the Book Prepared for Construction Bidders

      United States Department of the Interior, Burea of Reclamation, 1934, Paperback, Book Condition: Fair, First Edition. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall, 75 pages of detailed text plus dozens of fold-out engineering drawings plus construction program. Somewhat above-average external wear but contents clean and sound. No markings noticed. Binding intact. A wonderfully historic item.

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        Capitano Ulisse. Dramma moderno in tre atti con una giustificazione dell'autore

      (Novissima), Roma 1934 - Intonso piccola gora d\'umido su tutte le pagine Nel gennaio dell'anno XII di questo volume che è il decimo della serie dei Quaderni di Novissima sono stati stampati su carta Sirio 110 esmplari numerati dall'1 al 110 per i sottoscrittori 26 esemplari numerati dall'A alla Z per i servizi editoriali e 12 esemplari su carta Umbria numerati dal I al XII per l'Autore e i sottoscrittori all'intera serie. 207 p. in-4

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        The Well of Days [Signed] [Zhizn' Arsen'eva : Istoki dne]

      Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1934 - A Very Good copy of the first American edition, first printing (modest pushing to the spine ends, slight fading to the board extremities), in a Very Good example of the quite scarce dust jacket (spine sunned and showing some rubbing, moderate handling soil, light edge wear, tape repairs to the verso/inside of each spine end and to the verso at the rear flap fold's upper edge), SIGNED BY IVAN BUNIN on the title page and with a photographic postcard of Bunin loosely laid in. Ivan Bunin won the 1933 Nobel Prize in Literature "for the strict artistry with which he has carried on the classical Russian traditions in prose writing", making Bunin the first Russian to win the Prize. In presenting the Prize to Bunin, Per Hallström, Permanent Secretary of the Swedish Academy, described "The Well of Days" as partially autobiographical and stated that Bunin, in the work ".has reproduced Russian life in a manner broader than ever before. His old superiority as the incomparable painter of the vast and rich beauty of the Russian land remains fully confirmed here." Signed copies of the book are as scarce as hen's teeth. A Very Good copy of this notable Bunin work, SIGNED BY IVAN BUNIN and with a photographic postcard showing Bunin loosely laid in. QUITE SCARCE. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        BIBLIOGRAPHIE DES OUVRAGES FRANÇAIS SUR LA CHASSE

      Émile Nourry ed., Paris 1934 - Folio m, 1h. X, 1h. 1039 columnas, 2 h. Holandesa puntas piel, conserva cubiertas originales. Ilustrada con 40 facsímiles. Escrito a dos columnas en papel fuerte. Sin lugar a dudas se trata de la mejor bibliografía de libros de caza franceses, en el que incluye unas buenas y acertadas referencias sobre los grandes libros españoles. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tender is the Night

      1934. Signed. FITZGERALD, F. Scott.Tender is the Night.New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1934.First edition, third printing (only one month after the first), in scarce original first-issue dust jacket, boldly inscribed by the author: ?"Souvenir of Wilmington from F. Scott Fitzgerald to J. Stuart Groves.?""For the title of his favorite among his books, the one he had wrought most painfully and carefully from his costly experience, Fitzgerald hit on a phrase from the 'Ode to a Nightingale,' evoking that poem's timeless images of flight, dissolution, and the sweetness of death… it was Fitzgerald's most ambitious work, his intended masterpiece… Everything hinged on Tender is the Night… He had Gatsby to his credit, but he wasn't sure about Gatsby (Turnbull, 241-6). Cyril Connally called Tender is the Night "a wonderful evocation of the second phase of American expatriates ensconced in glittering villas on the Riviera in contrast to the home-spun tipplers of The Sun Also Rises. The break-down of a marriage is described with flashes of genius by an expert in self-destruction" (The Modern Movement, 79).Bruccoli A15.I.c.Book fine. Scarce unrestored first-issue dust jacket extremely good with several small chips to spine and minor edge-wear, split along front spine fold; bright and unfaded. A near-fine inscribed copy.

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        Ulysses

      New York: Random House. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1934. First American Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. First American edition, first printing. Protected in a later tan leatherette slipcase with red cloth interior, blind embossed in the style of the dust jacket on the front and gilt lettered on the spine. Dust jacket is first state with the designer's name, Reichl, on the front corner (Ernst Reichl). Not price clipped. Dust jacket has chips and a sunned spine with a tape repair on inside rear flap. Tan cloth boards with red and black imprint. Binding tight. Top edge brown with light soil on edges. Tan endpapers. Interior is clean and free of markings. Includes a foreword by Morris L. Ernst, the court decision lifting the obscenity ban on Ulysses that involved Mr. Ernst, and a letter dated 1932 from Mr. Joyce to the publisher regarding details and difficulties of publication. ; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall; 767 pp .

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        Beasts Royal

      Putnam 1934 - The first edition signed by Tunnicliffe on the frontis ,the only copy I have seen ,a rare item [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        A Handful of Dust

      London Chapman and Hall Ltd 1934. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Boards rubbed and edgeworn. Spine leaning. Chips at head and base of spine. Previous owner's inscription on fep. Foxing within First Edition Red decorated hardback cloth cover 190mm x 130mm (7" x 5"). 348pp + ads. Frontispiece of 'Hetton Abbey'.

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        On an algebraic generalization of the quantum mechanical formalism. Offprint

      1934 - Jordan, Pascual (1902-80); John von Neumann (1903-57); and Eugene Wigner (1902-95). On an algebraic generalization of the quantum mechanical formalism. Offprint from Annals of Mathematics, second series, 35 (1934). 29-64pp. 254 x 176 mm. Original printed wrappers, margins a bit dust-soiled. Very good. Presentation Copy, Inscribed by Jordan to physicist Gregor Wentzel (1898-1978) on the front wrapper: "Herrn Wentzel mit hertzlichen Grüssen! P. J." First Edition, Offprint Issue of Jordan, von Neumann and Wigner’s classic paper on one of the mathematical foundations of quantum mechanics, introducing what are now known as the formally real Jordan algebras. "When [the real numbers, the complex numbers and the quaternions] were sent down from platonic heaven to tell the world about the algebraic structure of quantum mechanics, they took on human avatars and wrote this paper" (Baez). In an earlier paper Jordan had introduced the "Jordan algebras," a special type of non-associative algebra, to formalize the notion of an algebra of observables in quantum mechanics. "In 1932, Pascual Jordan tried to isolate some axioms that an "algebra of observables" should satisfy. The unadorned phrase "algebra" usually signals an associative algebra [i.e., one in which (a + b) + c = a + (b + c)], but this not the kind of algebra Jordan was led to. In both classical and quantum mechanics, observables are closed under addition and multiplication by real scalars. In classical mechanics we can also multiply observables, but in quantum mechanics this becomes problematic. . . . "However, in quantum mechanics one can still raise an observable to a power and obtain another observable. From squaring and taking real linear combinations, one can construct a commutative product . . . This led Jordan to define what is now called a formally real Jordan algebra . . . In 1934, Jordan published a paper with von Neumann and Wigner classifying finite-dimensional formally real Jordan algebras" (Baez; emphasis ours). The formally real Jordan algebras correspond to various spin factors, which in turn "have an intriguing relation to special relativity" (Baez); see Baez for a more detailed account of Jordan, von Neumann and Wigner’s paper. Jordan algebras also play important roles in other branches of mathematics: Lie groups and algebras, differential geometry, projective geometry, probability and statistics. Jordan presented this copy of his paper to theoretical physicist Gregor Wentzel, who also made contributions to quantum mechanics: He is best known for the Wentzel-Kramers-Brillouin approximation for finding approximate solutions to linear partial differential equations with spatially varying coefficients. Baez, John, "State-Observable Duality (Part 2)." The N-category Cafe: A Group Blog on Math, Physics and Philosophy. N.p., 27 Nov. 2010. Web. Accessed 12 Sept. 2014. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        VALENCIA 1934

      AVIÑO 1934 - Soporte: Entelado/On linen. VALENCIA Tamaño del cartel: 71x100cm El cartel está en buenas condiciones.

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