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        Chambéry (affiche)

      - Imp. Générale, Grenoble. Affiche originale (lithographie) entoilée de format 105 / 74 cm + 4 cm d'entoilage de chaque côté, vers 1935. Signée en bas à gauche. En bon état. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Le Beau Livre]
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      London: George Allen and Unwin Ltd., 1935. Translated by M. and R. Weatherall. Octavo. Original blue cloth, spine and front side lettered and decorated in orange/red, purple top-stain, with dust jacket. Cotemporary ownership inscription to front free endpaper. Slight rubbing at head and tail of spine, a few chips and splits at edges of dust jacket, still an excellent copy. First English language edition. First published in the Czech language as Povetron. Povetrum is the second part of a loose trilogy of novels by Capek also including Hordubal (1933) and Obycejný život (An Ordinary Life; 1934).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Weird Tales Magazine ( Pulp ) / Volume 26 # 2, August 1935 ( Doctor Satan; Drome of the Living Dead; Ghost; Black Orchid; The House Party at Smoky Island; Treader of the Dust; The Eyrie, etc)

      Chicago: Popular Fiction Publishing Company / Weird Tales Magazine ( Pulp ) / Volume 26 # 2, August 1935, 1st Edition, 1st Printing, 1935, Pulp, Book Condition: Very Good+, First Edition, Illustrated By: Margaret Brundage Cover Art-----------pulp, about 7 x 10 inches, a solid Very Good+ copy, a bit light rubbing and wear, small chip at lower spine tip, age toning to paper but not brittle, super bright colours on the front panel, this contains: Satan in Exile [Part 3 of 4] by Arthur William Bernal; The Black Orchid by Seabury Quinn; Doctor Satan by Paul Ernst; The Drome of the Living Dead by John Scott Douglas; The House Party at Smoky Island by L. M. Montgomery; The Idol and the Rajah by Claude Farr?re; In Amundsen's Tent by John Martin Leahy; Once in a Thousand Years by Frances Bragg Middleton; The Treader of the Dust by Clark Ashton Smith; Poems: Ghost by Leona Ames Hill; Old Salt by Edgar Daniel Kramer, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo

      [Bookseller: Leonard Shoup]
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        Seven Pillars of Wisdom A Triumph

      London: Jonathan Cape, (1935).. First trade edition. 4to. 672 pp. Dark blue half morocco over matching cloth boards by Riviere and Son, spine with raised bands, gilt lettered to two panels, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt, a later lengthy pencilled inscription to the second free endpaper dated 1964, press cutting from the Sunday Times dated 28th July, 1935 with Philby's review of the book loosely inserted. A handsome copy. 48 plates, 4 folding maps and 6 other illustrations. The long and curious inscription is composed in very familiar tones. Addressed to "Effendi", the writer mentions spending time at Clouds Hill and finishes with a warm personal reference to A.W. Lawrence, Liddell Hart and David Garnett. The inscription has been initialled indistinctly at the end and it has proved impossible to provide any attribution.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop]
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      London: Chatto & Windus,, 1935. Octavo. Original red cloth, spine lettered in white. With the dust jacket. A superb copy in the jacket that has a slightly toned spine, small stain to head of front panel and short closed tears to fold of spine. First UK edition, second impression, without the advertisements to the rear. First published in the US the same year.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      New York: Minton, Balch & Company, [1935]., 1935. First U. S. edition. 8vo. Fine, tight copy in dust jacket with some light professional restoration to spine ends and lower extremities. The story details the mainly unsuccessful efforts of a worthless young man to kill his aunt for financial gain, until he hits upon what he believes to be the perfect scheme. This is Hull's finest novel and a Haycraft/Queen Cornerstone. Haycraft called it "a classic of its kind, an intellectual shocker par excellence."

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS]
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        Going Southward

      (No place -Paris?: Frederic Prokosch). 1935. First. First edition. Gold foil wrappers with yellow printed label. 24mo. Fine. Out of a total edition of 33 copies, this copy is unnumbered and designated by the author by hand as a "Special Copy on Orange Vellum" paper. Signed twice by the author. A brief poem, one of the author's rare "butterfly books." Prokosch was an American novelist of remarkable promise who later fell under a cloud for manufacturing some spurious "rare first editions," which he did while experimenting with the handpress he used to manufacture the butterfly books. Additionally he reprinted some of the books between 1978-1980, but the provenance of this book, and the owner's notes that accompany the book, indicate that it was obtained in the 1950s. His reputation has suffered despite the fact that his books were both a critical and popular success at the time of publication. Rare. Of the 33 copies, OCLC locates four copies in institutions. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Memo to F.D.R. (FDR) - Signed and Inscribed By Author to Cycling Champion William "Torchy" Peden

      Columbia Publishers, Washington, D.C., 1935, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fair, Dust Jacket Condition: Fair, First Edition, SignedSize: 8vo - over 7?" - 9?" tall, 188 pages. "To Torchy Peden with Best Wishes, Ray Smythe, July 1 1935" written boldly upon front free endpaper. A newspaperman's close-up of the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) - subtitle. "Offers the first constructive close-up of the people who are administering the National Housing Act, and the banking, industrial and employment problems with which this group is dealing so effectively." - from dust jacket. Binding intact. Somewhat above-average wear.

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        Donald Duck

      Racine, Wisconsin: Whitman Publishing, [1935]. (DISNEY STUDIOS) First edition of THE FIRST DONALD DUCK BOOK. 13-1/16 x 9- 3/8 inches. Story Written and Illustrated by the Staff of the Walt Disney Studios. [16] pp. Full-page illustrations in color throughout. Pictorial yellow self-wrappers, slightly soiled, slight rubbing

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Mediterranean and Near Eastern Embroideries from the collection of Mrs. F. H. Cook

      Halton and Company, London, 1935, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good; 10 x 12.5 Two volume Hardback boxed set in Very Good conditionIllustrated by 56 color plates, 78 black and white; GWO 2341. Scarce. Number 164 of 250. An excellent book on the embroideries of Algeria, Morocco, Greek islands, Turkey, the Caucasus, Persia, Turkestan and India. Volume 1: Text. Volume 2: Plates. Ex-library copy. Plates are library stamped on the reverse. Library stamps are also on the insides of covers and reverse of title page. Bar code to reverse of the title page of volume 1. Publishers original green buckram binding in matching slip case, gilt titling to spine and front covers and case. Embossed gilt bird on front covers.; 9.5; 87 pp. of text

      [Bookseller: RugBooks]
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        Ladies in the Parlor

      New York: Greenberg: Publisher. Near Fine in Very Good+ dj. (c.1935). 2nd printing. Hardcover. [very nice copy, tight and clean with minimal shelfwear; jacket shows light rubbing/soiling, one shallow chip at bottom of front panel, minor wear at base of spine, small sticker-shadow and a couple of tiny stains at upper right-hand corner of front panel, slight spine fade]. Tully's novel of a small-town girl who escapes small-town poverty (and various abusive and sexually aggressive men) by going to work for Madame Rosenbloom in her high-class (and politically well-connected) Chicago brothel. It's been stated that the book's scarcity is due to its having been "banned" -- it was declared obscene by a New York court, which fined the publisher $50 -- which makes it a bit of a surprise to see "Second Printing" stated at the top of the front jacket flap. (The book itself bears no edition statement.) .

      [Bookseller: ReadInk]
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        (Hrsg.) Handbuch der Neurologie.

      Berlin (Springer), 1935.. komplett in 17 Bänden. Gr. 8°. ca 11000 S. mit zahlr. teils farb. Abb. und Tafeln. HLn der Zeit mit Rückenschildern. Ordnungsgemäß aus den Beständen der Volkspolizei ausgesondertes Bibliotheksexemplar (Rückenschild, Stempel), gutes Ex.. EA dieses wichtigen Werks des Nachfolgers von Emil Kraepelin als Professor für Psychiatrie an der Universität München. Vollständige Ausgaben sind in Deutschland nicht nachweisbar.

      [Bookseller: Versand-Antiquariat Bebuquin]
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      Prague, 1935. Hard Cover. near Very Good binding. Pre-World War II Atlas of the Czech Republic, issued with the “Texte Accompagnant Les Cartes” laid in -- the accompanying texte is in French. The text is “buggy” with significant loss to the first 20 pages, affecting in a very minor way. There is some much less significant loss to some pages of the actual, affecting just the very edge of some few pages -- the maps themselves are untouched and are Fine. The binding has some minor loss. The front hinge of this heavy folio is cracked, but is holding well

      [Bookseller: Black Swan Books, Inc. ]
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        Two Nudes 2.

      Oakland, Calif. 1935 - Original watercolor by Doris Miller Johnson (1907-2001) of two nude models in a figure painting class. Image size: 350 x 251 mm. Grade in pencil, lower left: "B+." Signed "Doris Miller." Date verso: "March 21, 1935." From the personal collection of the artist. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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      1935 - SEUSS, Dr. SECRETS OF THE DEEP OR THE PERFECT YACHTSMAN BY OLD CAPTAIN TAYLOR. [n.p.] Essomarine/Penola, 1935. Second issue. 34 pp. Fine, bright copy in color pictorial stapled wrappers. Three-color illustrations. In the rare mailing envelope, unaddressed (blank) with three-color Seuss marine creature in front return address area. Text below reads "A booklet for you, Sir!" Comic advice for the Sunday skipper. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company, inc.o ABAA]
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        Blinky Bill "Magic Action" Book

      Whitman Publishing, Racine (Wisconsin) 1935 - Small quarto, three double-page colour pop-up plates; original stiff pictorial wrappers; some minor wear to spine, else very good. A rare, pirated copy of an old friend. A rare pop-up book featuring the ever-popular character Blinky Bill. This text is taken from the first Blinky Bill story, with all the associated images, and includes "magic action" pop-up interpretations of three of these. Such was the international appeal of Dorothy Wall's character that only two years after the appearance of the first Blinky Bill story, this pop-up book was published in America. Ironically this pirated publication, which never appeared in Australia, was protected by copyright and two separate patents! [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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        The Scandal of Father Brown (First Edition)

      Dodd, Mead, New York 1935 - First American Edition. Fine and unread in a Fine dust jacket. Slightest fading to the topstain, else a pristine copy, virtually as new. Chesterton's fifth Father Brown book, a collection of stories. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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        The Way of the Cross. An Interpretation. With a Commentary by Gilbert Keith Chesterton.

      Hodder and Stoughton 1935 - FIRST EDITION, 118/250 COPIES signed by Chesterton and Brangwyn, tiny gift inscription to inner top corner of initial blank, contents and title-page printed in black and brown, initial letter brown, 14 plates onlaid to stiff paper backing with preceding caption-pages, printed rectos only, one or two very small foxspots to gutters or margins, pp. 51 + plates, folio, original cream vellum lettered in gilt to upper board, tiny scuff to lower board, slightest of bumps to top corner of upper board, t.e.g., others untrimmed, very good (Sullivan 98)

      [Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA]
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        The Scandal of Father Brown

      Cassell, London 1935 - Some scattered light foxing on page edges otherwise near fine in dust jacket with internal tape mends, small chip at top of spine and chip at top corner of front panel. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Mordida Books]
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      NY: Dodd Mead 1935 1st Am. ed. - A fine hardcover book in a very good dustjacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kubik Fine Books Ltd., ABAA]
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        The Way of the Cross

      London: Hodder and Stoughton,, [1935]. An interpretation by Frank Brangwyn with a Commentary by Gilbert Keith Chesterton. Quarto. Original black cloth, titles to spine and upper board in white. With the dust jacket. 14 plates by Frank Brangwyn. A little wear at the corners and spine ends, spot to front pastedown. An excellent copy in the price-clipped, rubbed, and marked jacket with a chip at the head of the spine panel affecting the title and a closed tear to the upper panel. First edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Women in the Wind

      New York: Farrar and Rinehart. (1935). First. First edition. Fine in an attractive, and lightly worn very good dustwrapper with two small chips on the front panel. A novel of the Women's National Air Derby, about what happens to ten women when they enter a grueling transcontinental aviation race. Basis for the 1939 film directed by John Farrow, and featuring a very large cast, among whom are Kay Francis, William Gargan, Victor Jory, Max 'Slapsie Maxie' Rosenbloom, Eddie Foy Jr., Sheila Bromley, and Eve Arden. An exceptionally scarce title. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        HOSANNA! The Most Controversial Novel of Our Time

      London, Denis Archer, 1935 First edition: Very good blue cloth boards with red title to spine, publisher's small red motif of an archer to the front cover in red, a hint of rubbing along hinge but generally smart and clean, 8 vo., 7.5 x 5 inches approx.., very good dust jacket being light beige printed in maroon, single spray of greenery to front cover, publisher's advertising to back cover, mild soiling to pale background,some minor chipping and rubbing to extremities, presented to best advantage in a clear plastic sleeve, pagination 287 pages, followed by publisher's advertisements, not clipped, no inscriptions, a little 'dusty' to top of closed edge. On the front cover the book is described as 'The Most Controversial Novel of Our Time.' The title page describes the novel as 'The Remarkable Novel by Bernard Newman.' The novel tackles the controversial hypothesis of what might have happened if Jesus had consented to be made King of the Jews. '"When Jesus therefore perceived that they would come and take him by force, to make him king ---" Suppose they had !' Imagine the controversial nature of this novel released in the 1930s. Try to find other copies of this novel and you will meet a blank wall. There are a handful of copies in major libraries but nothing that is easy to find on the open market. The question has to be considered did the publisher find the book too hot to handle? Today we are more accustomed to fictitious works that try to shatter the accepted traditions of Christianity. One example is the Da Vinci Code, and look at the future that these fictional interpretations have caused! Very little can be found about this work but strangely it seems to have been reviewed in a Magazine called The Fantast published in England by C.S.Youd during the first couple of years of World War II.; This publication does make reference to this book which puts the Life of Christ into a 'What if' context. Charles Rowlands reviewed this little-known book, which shows what might have happened if Christ had taken the wrong course and turned his powers to military and political purposes. In "Hosanna", Christ's personality leads the Jews to drive the Romans from the land for a time, but the Romans re-conquer Jerusalem, Christ is crucified - and centuries later, the world has been converted to the Mohammedan religion.' Bernard Newman wrote crime fiction such as The Death of a Harlot, first edition 1934. He also wrote under the pseudonym Don Betteridge. Thus Hosanna! pre-dates his first Crime Fiction novel. *EXTRAORDINARY AND CONTROVERSIAL BOOK* Seldom seen on the open market. Without doubt there will be those who have sought this rare text for many years. An absolute treasure for collectors of controversial religious texts, 'black listed' novels and extremely rare first editions Catalogs: Contraversial books, Bernard Newman, Religion, Fiction, Jesus King of the Jews, Modern First Editions

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        The Ghost of Napoleon

      New Haven: Yale University Press,, 1935. Octavo. Original blue cloth, paper label to the spine. With the pictorial dust jacket. Rear hinge very slightly cracked, else a superb copy in an almost untouched jacket. Second impression of the US first edition, some six months after the first, first published in the UK by Faber & Faber in 1933. This copy with a 1p typed letter signed from Liddell Hart to the journalist and Western historian Don Russell, corner-mounted on the front free endpaper. In the letter BHLH explains that he hopes that Russell has received the copy that he had asked Yale to send, and asks whether he has managed to trace his articles on Lee. On the rear free is a letter from Norman V. Donaldson, secretary to, and later managing director of the Yale University Press, sending the present volume and explaining that; "We published the American edition of this work last autumn, and although it is somewhat technical, the demand for it from the general public has necessitated our doing a second printing." Based on his Trinity College, Cambridge, Lees Knowles Lectures for 1932-33,"The Movement of Military Thought from the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Century, and its influence on European History." The New York Times review placed this title on "the never overcrowded shelf of sharply intelligent, adult, thoroughly interesting reading." Dedicated "To 'T.E.' [Lawrence] who trod this road before 1914." A wonderful copy of this extremely hard to find title.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Going Southward

      Frederic Prokosch), (No place -Paris? 1935 - First edition. Marbled paper wrappers with silver foil printed label. 24mo. Fine. Out of a total edition of 33 copies, this copy is unnumbered and designated by the author by hand as a "Special Copy on Blue Vellum" paper. Signed by the author. A brief poem, one of the author's rare "butterfly books". Prokosch was an American novelist of remarkable promise who later fell under a cloud for manufacturing some spurious "rare first editions", which he did while experimenting with the handpress he used to manufacture the butterfly books. Additionally he reprinted some of the books between 1978-1980, but the provenance of this book, and the owner's notes that accompany the book indicate that it was obtained in the 1950s. His reputation has suffered despite the fact that his books were both a critical and popular success at the time of publication. Rare. Of the 33 copies, *OCLC* locates four copies in institutions. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        The Invisible Voices

      London: Richards,, 1935. Octavo. Original orange cloth, titles to spine and upper board in black, vertical stripes to upper board in blind. With the dust jacket. Housed in a tan cloth solander case. Spine faded, cloth very lightly rubbed at the extremities, contents toned, but cloth to boards bright and attractive. An excellent copy in the dust jacket with a few tiny chips at the edges. First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "Harold Taves from M. P. Shiel. Christmas, 1935. 'L'Abri', New Rd., Worthing Rd., Horsham, Sussex, England." Taves was a correspondent of Shiel's who worked with the poet Edward Doro to sell Shiel's novels to Hollywood. He later owned a bookstore in Seattle and sold his collection of inscribed Shiel books prior to his death. A beautiful copy of a book that is particularly scarce in the dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      London: Richards,. [1935]. Octavo, pp. [1-8] 9-304,. original orange cloth, front panel stamped in black and blind, spine panel stamped in black.. Touch of foxing to top edge of text block and first and last leaves. of text, a near fine, bright copy in good four-color pictorial dust. jacket with wear, largely along upper edges, 20x40 mm chip from head. of spine panel, associated 35 mm closed tear in rear panel, and some. dust soiling to spine and rear panels. Overall, the dust jacket is. bright and fairly attractive. A very nice association copy. (#75869). First edition. Presentation copy with unsigned inscription by Shiel to August Derleth "from the author" dated 30 August 1944. The fifth and last book of Shiel stories issued during his lifetime. Mixed collection of eleven short stories in a frame narrative, several of which are fantasy and science fiction, including the excellent visionary fantasy, "The Place of Pain." Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-177. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 2030. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 195. Bleiler (1978), p. 179. Not in Reginald (1979; 1992). Morse, The Works of M. P. Shiel Updated (1980), p. 221.

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        The Invisible Voices

      London, Richards,, 1935. Octavo. Original red boards, titles to upper board and spine in black. With the pictorial dust jacket. A superb copy in the very slightly tanned dust jacket. First Edition, First Impression. Scarce in this condition.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Story of a Red-Deer (Gregynog)

      Newtown, Mont. Wales: The Gregynog Press, 1935 One of the 235 copies bound in red cloth, blocked in gilt on upper cover with a stag. Spine with gilt titling. Top edge gilt, fore edge and tail uncut, unsigned, 250*190 mm, titlepage with text in red and black ink, device in green, [8], 125 pp, [3], 11 illustrations by Burroughes, with very little foxing (much less than normal), couple of tiny marks, spine edges bumped very slightly. A nice copy! (Harrop 35)Fortescue, military historian, also compiled the Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series for the years 1677 to 1698 (7 vols., 1896–1905). Later he edited County Lieutenancies and the Army, 1803–1814 (1909), and six volumes of the Correspondence of King George the Third (1927–8). See ODNB for a full Bio.

      [Bookseller: Madoc Books]
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        Tortilla Flat

      London, Heinemann, 1935, first British edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. This was Steinbeck's breakthrough book, it is a story of the Knights of the Round Table in the guise of paisanos, Goldstone & Payne A4c, Morrow 31. Aged jacket, otherwise near fine.

      [Bookseller: James M. Dourgarian, Bookman]
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        Sammlung von 9 eigenh. Briefen und 9 (davon 7) eh. (Bild-)Postkarten mit U.

      Wien, Mährisch Schönberg, M. Trübau und Kitzbühel, 1923-1935. - Zusammen 64½ SS. (Qu.-)8vo. Mit 3 eh. Kuverts. Interessante, häufig in die dritte Person überwechselnde Briefe an seine Frau Thea über seine Arbeit, sein Werk und Leben: "Sein letztes Briefi hat sie wieder einmal gänzlich mißverstanden. Er hat ihr geschildert, wie er sich sorgfältig von allen Menschen absperrt, um seine längst fällige und dringende Romanarbeit endlich vollenden zu können; sie aber versteht: er arbeitet nur, um sich von den Menschen abzuschließen! [.]" (Br. v. 29. I. 1935). - "Sein heutiger Tagesablauf: 1/2 7-8h früh: Ausräumen der Küche mit der Tante Mizzi für den Maler; | 8h-9h Toilette, Briefe; | 10h-2h Kostümprobe Oper 'Bettler Namenlos' (Sehr heikel!) | 3h-5h30 wichtige Besprechung [.], Café Passoni. | 6h30-11h45min Faust! | 11h45-12h15 Heimweg. | Die Proleten kämpfen um ihren Achtstundentag. Acht Stunden mechanisch-geistloser Arbeit. Ich habe Achtzehnstundentag. Achtzehn Stunden nervenzermürbender Hetzjagd [.]" (Br. v. 7. XI. 1932). - "Kluge, geistvolle Leser [.] haben längst schon entdeckt, daß in meinen Büchern vielleicht mehr Lebensweisheit enthalten ist als im 'Zauberberg', 'Sergeant Grischa' und ähnlichen jüdischen Erzeugnissen, nur nicht so protzenhaft-aufdringlich, sondern feinschmeckerisch-diskret, zwischen den Zeilen [.] Alle meine Arbeiten aber dienen einer bestimmten Idee, und [.] aufmerksame Leser haben diese Grundideen kristallklar aus der - scheinbar - 'leichten' Handlung herauszuschälen verstanden [.]". - Rudolf von Eichthal - während des Ersten Weltkriegs Oberst und Generalstabschef in Südtirol, Rußland und auf dem Balkan - war nach Ende des Krieges als Schriftsteller und Musiker tätig. Ab 1920 Mitglied der Staatsoper und des Burgtheaters, wurde Eichthal auch durch zahlreiche Romane und Erzählungen bekannt, insbesondere durch den Roman "Der Kreuzberg" (1928), in dem er das Soldatenleben in der k. u. k. Armee in verklärtem Licht darstellte. Vgl. Kosch I 423 und Giebisch/G. 74. - Der Brief vom 10. II. 1926 an eine namentlich nicht genannte Adressatin mit der Aufforderung, "mein Haus binnen vierundzwanzig Stunden [.] zu verlassen", da "[n]ach den unerhörten Vorfällen auf dem gestrigen Balle [.] ein weiteres Zusammenleben von uns unmöglich ist. Gegen die weitere Frequentierung der Lehre bei Fr. Menzel habe ich im Interesse Ihrer Zukunft nichts einzuwenden. Zur Bedingung mache ich jedoch, daß Sie es dabei [.] sorgfältig vermeiden, mir in den Weg zu treten [.]". - Beiliegend eine gedr. Visitenkarte mit 3 eh. Zeilen verso sowie zwei kleine, wohl nachträglich den Briefen beigelegte Zettelchen mit Notizen an seine Gattin (zus. 3 SS., ca. 70:105 mm). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Prices and Production - Second, Revised and Enlarged Edition

      George Routledge & Sons, Ltd., London, 1935, Hard Cover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, Second EditionSize: 12mo - over 6?" - 7?" tall, 162 pages plus advertisements. Includes the following four lectures: Theories of the Influence of Money on Prices; The Conditions of Equilibrium Between the Production of Consumers' Goods and the Production of Producers' Goods; The Working of the Price Mechanism in the Course of the Credit Cycle; The Case for and Against an 'Elastic' Currency. Appendix: Capital and Industrial fluctuations - a reply to criticism. No. 107 in the series of Monographs by writers connected with the London School of Economics and Political Science. Average wear. Prior owner's address and his Yale University address upon front endpaper else unmarked.

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        The Wimp and the Woodle and Other Stories

      Los Angeles : Suttonhouse , 1935 . First Edition . F/NF/NF . 4TO . An extraordinary copy of a charming and delightful book with illustrations in black and white and colour. Seven colour plates and text illustrations throughout. Signed by one of the authors (Loretta Moore) on the contents page. The book is complete with jacket and matching box. The book itself is in superb condition, almost as new.The jacket is near fine with minor wear along the edges. The slipcase, unusually, is about near fine as well. All in all, as nice a copy as you could ever hope to find. Greer 128a.

      [Bookseller: Neil Williams, Bookseller]
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      1935 - Paris, Edition privée d'un groupe de Bibliophiles, 1935. In-8 carré (163 X 202) broché ; 322 pages, (3) ff., étui. Dos éclairci avec deux petites taches claires en tête. EDITION ORIGINALE RARE publiée en 1935 par Adolphe Tabarant, spécialiste de Restif de la Bretonne, qui est aussi probablement l'auteur de ce texte dans la veine de "Monsieur Nicolas". Tirage limité à 132 EXEMPLAIRES imprimés sur beau papier vergé de HOLLANDE VAN GELDER (n°130). Ces mémoires ont été tirés pour un petit nombre de souscripteurs, recrutés en grande partie par Félix Fénéon, qui avait longtemps rédigé avec Tabarant le "Bulletin de la vie artistique" publié par la galerie Bernheim jeune. (DUTEL, 1944 - PIA, 890). BEL EXEMPLAIRE, au corps d'ouvrage intact. NICE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        CAHIERS G.L.M -

      G.L.M 1935-1939 -, Paris - 9 In-12 Sous étui cartonné et sous chemise grise doublée de feutrine sable avec titre sur pièce de maroquin vert au dos. Couverture souple de plusieurs couleurs. Intérieur sans rousseurs. Chaque volume comporte des illustrations au trait par André Masson (N°2), Mario Prassinos (N°4), Kurt Seligmann (N°5), Lucien Coutaud (N°6), Max, Bucaille (N°8), Varbanesco (N°9). Parfait état Collection COMPLETE de ces cahiers dirigés par Guy Lévis mano. Tous les grands noms du surréalisme y collaborèrent: Gisèle Prassinos, Paul Eluard, René Char, Jacques Baron, Michel Carrouges, Philippe Soupault, Pierre Mabille, Achille Chavée, Lise Deharme, René Crevel, Henri Michaux, Pierre-Jean Jouve, Tristan Tzara, Rolland de Renéville, Maurice Blanchard, Joe Bousquet. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie KOEGUI]
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        Signed Christmas Card from H P Lovecraft, Dated 1935 (author of The Shadow Over Innsmouth; At the Mountains of Madness; The Outsider, etc)

      Providence, Rhode Island: No Publisher, 1935, ( 1st ), 1935, Soft Cover, Book Condition: Very Good, First Edition Thus, Signed by Author, Illustrated By: No Cover Art or Design-----------Christmas card and envelope, envelope is addressed in Lovecraft's hand, postal date stamp of Dec 19, 1935, includes the actual Christmas card sent by HPL who has signed the card H.P.L. -1935, card is Very Good but when sealed some of the glue from the envelope flap adhered to the card resulting in a pull to the card ( Does this mean there are traces of HPL's DNA on the enevelope and card ?---Gad, the possibilities!!!), the envelope does not have HPL's signature nor return address, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo

      [Bookseller: Leonard Shoup]
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        The Green Shadow

      Hartney Press, New York 1935 - First edition. Fine in a lightly worn, near fine and attractive dustwrapper designed by Charles B. Gilbert with a few short tears and some rubbing. The jacket has an unusual design with the tops and bottoms of the flaps extended, folded inward and glued (as issued) to make pockets that hold the jacket on. Very hardboiled private eye novel. The Chicago-born author was a newspaper journalist who wrote a column on rackets and racketeering, and later became a successful screenwriter. Among his produced scripts were *The Great John L., The Angel and the Bad Man, Sands of Iwo Jima, Flying Leathernecks, Hondo, The Alamo*, and *Donovan's Reef*. This particular novel was the basis for the fast-paced and very entertaining 1936 Charles Vidor film *Muss 'em Up*, with Preston Foster as detective "Tip" O'Neil. See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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