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        Quinti Horatii Flacci Carmina. Odes d'Horace I-II. Texte latine et traduction en vers par le Baron Delort. Gravures sur bois d'Aristide Maillol.

      Paris; Philippe Gonin, 1939-[1958]. [21,5x14,5 cm]. (8, 8 blanks), 179, (2, 3 blanks) & (1, 7 blanks), 278, (2, 8 blanks) pp. Printed on hand-made linen paper with Maillol watermark, loose as issued, with edges left uncut. Two volumes in printed wrappers, housed in the original chemises and slipcases. With 125 woodcuts, 4 of which are repeated on the wrappers. Light darkening to spine panels of the chemises. A very fine set. The wood-blocks were carved by Maillol and finished in 1939, but the printing of them was delayed by the war and not realized until 1958. From the library of Swedish librarian and book historian Sten G. Lindberg, who acquired the book from antiquarian bookdealer Willy Heimann in 1958, according to his note lightly written with pencil at bottom of the first printed leaf. This is no. 344 of 350 numbered copies, numbered and initialed by Gonin. 50 additional copies were printed and numbered I-L; with these, and the copies numbered 1-150, came an extra suite of prints in colour

      [Bookseller: Patrik Andersson Antikvariat]
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        PROSPETTIVE. Direttore Curzio Malaparte.

      In-4 gr. (mm. 350x247), brossura. Di questa famosa rivista mensile di letteratura ed arte, fondata nel 1937 e diretta da Curzio Malaparte, offriamo 27 fascicoli - "tutto il pubblicato" della seconda serie (considerata la vera e propria rivista) - dal n. 8 (Anno III, 15 ottobre 1939) al n. 38/39 (Anno VII, 15 febbraio/15 marzo 1943) + n. 40/41, chiamato "Fascicolo rievocativo", datato 1 dicembre 1951/1 gennaio 1952, qua in fotocopia. La prima serie e' costituita da sette numeri monografici (fra cui cinema, radio, ?Mussolini e l?impero?, ?Italiani in Spagna?) di cui viene ristampata una seconda edizione ampliata, nell?agosto 1938, che chiude la serie e che abbiamo aggiunto alla presente collezione. La seconda serie cambia totalmente impostazione, passando dai temi di politica sociale alla letteratura e all?arte. ?Prospettive? annovera fra i suoi collaboratori: Alvaro, Anceschi, Bacchelli, Bontempelli, Bo, Campana, De Chirico, De Pisis, Eluard, Contini, Montale, Moravia, Palazzeschi, Pound, Praz, Saba, ecc. Le illustrazioni (anche originali) sono di Bartolini, Campigli, Maccari, Montale (una acquaforte), Moravia (un disegno), Savinio, Tamburi. L?ultimo numero, il ?Fascicolo rievocativo?, contiene: il polemico saggio malapartiano "Guerra e sciopero", un epistolario militare (di D'Annunzio, Apollinaire, Guynemer, Barbuse, Carco) e il bel saggio di De Pisis dal titolo "Venezia o la consolazione della pietra". Ispirata dal tipico eclettismo malapartiano (reduce dall?esperienza de «Il Selvaggio»), la rivista è caratterizzata dall?ambivalenza della posizione del suo fondatore, nutrita di esperienze europee e di nostalgie ?strapaesane? e animata da un bisogno crescente di abbattere il confine tra letteratura e pratica. Da qui il suo interesse per il Surrealismo al quale fu dedicato un numero intero della rivista.? Così Dizionario Autori Italiani Contemporanei (Vallecchi), II, p. 1085. In buono stato di conservazione. .

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        Changing New York

      E.P. Dutton New York: E.P. Dutton. 1939. First. First edition. Corners a little bumped, and a little soiling to the boards, else near fine in near fine dustwrapper with three old, small internal repairs, and some very small nicks and tears. A nice copy of this important book, probably the premier book of New York images. Parr and Badger, The Photobook Volume 1, p.141; Hasselblad. The Open Book, p. 130-131; Roth. The Book of 101 Books, p. 100-101. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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      1939. Paperback. 1. (DENSLOW,W.W.)illus. ORIGINAL ART: THE MAN IN THE MOON FROM MOTHER GOOSE. Offered here is a large and wonderful finished pen and ink drawing for Ye Old Time Nursery Rhymes by Mother Goose. Although the book with this title was actually published in 1939 by Baldwin & Strachan in Buffalo when the art was re-discovered (after Denslow's death), the art itself was most likely executed circa 1910 when Denslow was actively illustrating advertising booklets. In their bibliography of Denslow, Greene and Hearn write about this art as follows: "The drawings were discovered in 1939 in the scrapbook of one William W. Reed. Since a man named Horace Reed was connected with Niagra Lithograph Company, it is likely that Denslow drew the pictures for one of his advertising pamphlets. The pictures first appeared in Youth Magazine, a hand-out to patrons of Dodd's Dairy in Buffalo. In issue eleven, this pamphlet was announced as available from Dodd's milkmen for ten cents." Executed on Strathmore drawing board measuring 19 1/2" wide x 14 1/2" high, the image nearly fills the entire space, signed by Denslow with his characteristic seahorse design. This is a rare opportunity to own very fine published work by Denslow.

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        Madame Dorothea.

      Oslo, H. Aschehoug & Co, 1939. 296 s. Fint priv. håndb. skinnbd. Ryggdekor i gull og blindpreg. Orig. omsl. og ryggstripe medbundet (Sign. Axel Knudsen)

      [Bookseller: Ruuds Antikvariat]
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        Über das Zerplatzen des Urankernes durch langsame Neutronen. + Einiges über die experimentelle Entwirrung der bei der Spaltung des Urans auftretenden Elemente und Atomarten. + Die chemische Abscheidung der bei der Spaltung des Urans entstehenden Elemente und Atomarten.

      Berlin, Verlag der Akademie der Wissenshaften, 1939-44. 4to. Three offprints from Abhandlungen der Preussischen Akadamie der Wissenschaften. Original printed wrappers in exceptionally fine condition. The third paper is an author's proof copy (the offprint number and prices in the advertisement are lacking, and the wrappers are yellow in contrast to the official green wrappers). Cloth folding case. 20;30;14 pp.. First editions, offprint issues. The three fundamental papers on nuclear fission which eventually lead to the creation of the atom bomb. Hahn and Strassmann's papers indicated fission of the uranium nucleus into two parts of about equal size with the release of much energy (in fact a tremendous jump over the energy produced in all previous transmutation reactions). Hahn received the 1944 Nobel Prize in Chemistry "for his discovery of the fission of heavy nuclei"; he, Meitner and Strassmann shared the U.S.A. Fermi Award in 1966. Norman 963 (first paper only). Segré: X-Rays to Quarks, pp. 206-7. DSB: VI pp.14 for Hahn and DSB: XVIII pp. 880 for Strassmann. See also PMM 422 and Dibner 168. The three papers together are very scarce

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        Secret Despatches from Arabia by T.E. Lawrence, Published by Permission of the Foreign Office

      London n.d. [1939]: The Golden Cockerel Press.. First Edition [with additional material]. Full White Pig-Skin. Very Good/N/A. 4to. Edition Limited to 30 Copies Only Hardback,195mm x 257mm tall (7.5" x 10.25" approx.). Pp 174, incl. b/w frontis., + (i) + 8. Very good, in the original signed binding, by Sangorski and Sutcliffe, of full white pig-skin/gilt spine title/inner gilt rulings/teg/. Edition limited to 30 copies only, of which this is No. 27. Loosely inserted is a single-sided typewritten note on the headed notepaper of The Golden Cockerell Press: "The Golden Cockerell Press has much pleasure in announcing to subscribers of the thirty special copies of SECRET DESPATCHES that, subsequent to the issue of the prospectus of this book, it became possible, through the consent of Mr. A.W. Lawrence and of the Bodleian Library, to improve these special copies by substituting for the reproduction of one of the despatches, as announced, facsimile reproductions of some previously unpublished chapters from the manuscript of THE SEVEN PILLARS OF WISDOM, which gives a fuller account of episodes described in SECRET DESPATCHES than is found either in them or in the public edition of THE SEVEN PILLARS"..

      [Bookseller: Christopher Baron]
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        The Nature of the Judicial Process. Tenth Printing

      Justice Cardozo's most famous work, his lectures delivered at Yale in 1921, in Judge Posner's words "the first systematic effort by a judge to explain how judges reason [and] the first serious effort by a judge to articulate a judicial philosophy". Once the copy of Yale President Kingman Brewster, with his ownership signature ("K Brewster") in orange pencil; original cloth, a very good bright copy. Yale University Press, New Haven, 1939.

      [Bookseller:  Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.]
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        The Garden Party and other Stories. With coloured lithographs by Marie Laurencin.

      London: The Verona Press, 1939.. Number 994 of a limited edition of 1200 copies.Tall 8vo (10 1/4 x 7 1/4 inches), 316-pages. Original green patterned boards with red gilt lettering piece. Publisher's note tipped-in as issued. Very very light foxing to endpapers else an exceptional copy. In the original dustwrapper which has two small marks to upper cover and a 1 1/2 inch tear at upper joint; this without loss and closeable. In the original numbered slipcase which has edge splits head and tail, some edge rubbing and a little dusty. Overall an excellent copy.

      [Bookseller: Bristow & Garland]
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        The Garden Party and Other Stories.

      With coloured lithographs by Marie Laurencin. The Verona Press London 1939. 8:o. Publisher`s Note tipped in after title. (10),315,(5, two last blank) pp. No 1182 of 1200 numbered copies. Publisher`s green patterned cloth, title gilt on red label on spine. 26 x 18,5 cm.. Designed by Hans Mardersteig. Printed at the Officina Bodoni, Verona, in Centaur type. The paper was made by Enrico Magnani, Pescia. The stones from which the coloured lithographs were printed have been ground. Lacking dustjacket

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        A Considerable Speck

      Boston: Printed by Dard Hunter Jr 1939 [Boston: Printed by Dard Hunter, Jr, 1939]. Proof copies of the first separate edition. 2 single folio gatherings (380 x 285 mm). 2 proof copies: one uncorrected page proof of the 33-line poem, without the printed title page, and with printer's manuscript corrections and directions in red ink; and one final proof copy, with "Original Proof" printed on title-page; both uncut on cream wove paper watermarked "HANDMADE". Some minor smudging and marginal soiling to uncorrected proof; final proof is fine. Laid in a custom green cloth chemise. Crane A24 . Laid in is a photocopy of the handbill titled "The Colonial Society of Massachusetts" detailing the poem's history: "This poem was written and delivered by Fobert Frost at the Annual Dinner on November twenty-first, 1939. It has been printed by Mr. Dard Hunter, Jr. from the first font of type that he has cut and cast himself, and is one of the first pieces of printing. It is on hand-made paper, made by him and his father, an authority on paper, with whom he is associated at the Dard Hunter Paper Museum at Massachusetts Institute of Technology...." A Considerable Speck was first printed in the Atlantic Monthly in July, 1939. The first separate edition consisted of fewer than 100 copies, according to Crane. These proofs are extremely rare, if not unique

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        Rhymed Ruminations. Poems.

      Printed for Siegfried Sassoon & Geoffrey Keynes at the Chiswick Press, London 1939, 1939.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, limited to just 75 copies printed in Monotype Bodoni. 12mo. With a cover and title-page design by Laurence Whistler. Pictorial boards, very slightly dusty. A crisp and attractive copy. Extremely uncommon.

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        Finnegans Wake

      Faber & Faber, London, 1939. First Edition. Binding: Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Book - [SEE SCANS] - in Very Good brown boards with gilt lettering - light marking to the boards and light crease to the spine, light bumping to the extreme corners and extreme ends of the spine. Contents, browning/spotting to the end papers otherwise clean, bright and tightly bound. An Attractive Copy Of This First Edition. Size: 9.75 inches tall by 6 inches. 628 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Fiction; Inventory No: 5929.

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        Esquisse d'une Théorie des Émotions.

      Hermann & Cie, 1939. Royal 8vo. Bound uncut with the original printed wrappers ("Actualités scientifiques et industrielles", no. 838. Essais philosophiques II, Publiés par Cavaillès), also the backstrip (mounted with a little loss). in an exquisite, beautiful black morocco binding with gilt horizontal and vertical lettering to spine. Beautiful silvered paper over boards. Housed in an exquisite silvered marbled paper slip-case with black morocco edges. Binding signed to bottom of inside of front board: "C. et J-P. Miguet". Near mint copy. 52 pp.. First printing, presentation-copy, of Sartre's highly important early philosophical work, which is recognized as the best introduction to his "L'Étre et le Néant" (1943). The work was only printed as it is here, as no. 838 of Cavaillè's "Actualités scientifiques et industrielles", and only appeared in a new (not revised) edition in 1960. The large presentation-inscription reads as thus : " A Olivier Briot/ en la remerciant de " Les lignes " qui j'ai/ beaucoup aimé/ JP Sartre "."L'Esquisse d'une théorie des émotions " (" Sketch for a Theory of the Emotions"), although now considered one of Sartre's most important works, was originally written as the first part and introduction to a greater work on psychological phenomenology that was supposed to be entitled "La Psyché". The great psychological project was abandoned due to Sartre's eagerness to finish "Le Mur". "L'Esquisse" thus remains the only part of the work ever published, and perhaps exactly because of its introductory character, it has come to have the effect on modern philosophical thought that it has. Due to being at the same time accessible and rigourous, the work is considered the best introduction to Sartre's fundamental philosophical ideas, an almost indispensible presentation of and introduction to "L'Étre et le Néant", which appeared four years later. "L'Esquisse d'une théorie des émotions " is a phenomenological essay on emotion, in which Sartre ettempts to present a phenomenological psychology, treating emotion as a " phenomenon " and placing it within the realm of signification. The primary presentation of his own phenomenological analysis is essantial to all his later philosophy."Although written fairly early in his career, in 1939, Sketch for a Theory of the Emotions is considered to be one of Jean-Paul Sartre's most important pieces of writing. It not only anticipates but argues many of the ideas to be found in his famous Being and Nothingness. By subjecting the emotion theories of his day to critical analysis, Sartre opened up the world of psychology to new and creative ways of interpreting feelings. Emotions are intentional and strategic ways of coping with difficult situations. We choose to utilize them, we control them, and not the other way around, as has been posited elsewhere. Emotions are not fixed; they have no essence and indeed are subject to rapid fluctuations and about-turns. For its witty approach alone, Sartre's Sketch for a Theory of the Emotions can be enjoyed at length. It is a dazzling journey to one of the more intriguing theories of our time." (Sketch for a Theory of the Emotions, 2nd Edition, By Jean-Paul Sartre, Published October 12th 2001 by Routledge - 80 pages, Series: Routledge Classics)

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        Le Mur.

      Paris, Gallimard, (1939). Bound uncut with the original printed wrappers, also the back-strip, in a magnificent, elegant, and highly artistic black full calf binding with onlays of blood-red lacquered calf in stipes of varying thickness to all of front and back board as well as to spine, elegantly representing a "wall". Gilt author and title to spine. Inside of boards and recto and verso respectively of free end-papers coved with exquisite red suede and with white calf edges. Hand-sewn capital-bands in red and black. All edges gilt (also the uncut ones). Blindstamped super-ex-libris to inside of front board. Housed in an exquisite chemise with elegant patterned paper in red and grey tones and with black calf spine (same gilding as to binding) and edge, chemise covered with exquisite red suede on the inside, and an elegant slip-case of the same patterned paper, with black morocco edges. Binding signed to bottom of inside of front board: "C. et J-P. Miguet" and to bottom of inside of back board: "2003". A mint copy.. First edition, one of in all 110 numbered copies, of Sartre's first collection of short stories, which are generally accepted as Sartre's greatest existentialist works of fiction and the book as such as his greatest book of fiction. The present copy is one of 20 "outside of commerce" ("hors commerce") copies on alfa paper. In all 110 copies appeared, 40 of which are on on pur fil and 70 on alfa (50 of them numbered 31-80, and 20 hors commerce numbered 81-100). This is number 86.The collection "The Wall" contains the short story "The Wall", which is one of Sartre's most famous and most widely read stories. It coldly depicts a situation in which prisoners are condemned to death. The story takes place during the Spanish Civil War (July 1936 -April 1939). "The Wall" is probably the piece of fiction that best captures Sartre's central philosophical themes and is thus regarded as one of his most important works.The title refers to the wall used by firing squads to execute prisoners, and the deep blood-red of the magnificient "wall"-binding by Miguet is thus particularly well chosen. At the time of its appearance, "Le Mur" was well received, and because of it, Sartre won the price of the "Roman populiste" in April 1940. The work was fiercely attacked by Robert Brasillach in April 1939, but defended in "La Nouvelle Revue Francaise" in May 1939. Among the first reviews of it was Camus' in the "Alger républicain". The publication of "Le Mur" contributed to giving Sartre a reputation of being obscene by those who did not admire his style and courageous writing. By those many of those who do admire him, this is considered some of the best that he ever wrote. Contat & Rybalka: 39/21 (pp. (69)-71)

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        Some New Forms Of Beauty 1909-1936. A Selection of the Collection of the Société Anonyme -- Museum of Modern Art: 1920. Exhibited at The George Walter Vincent Smith Art Gallery, Springfield, Massuchusetts, U.S.A. November 9th to December 17th, 1939. Springfield. Press of the Pond-Ekberg Company 1939. 21,5 x 28 cm. 32 Seiten und 17 Abbildungen auf 6 Tafeln. Originalbroschur mit Titelaufdruck in Rot und Schwarz..

      Schöner Ausstellungskatalog zum 20 jährigen Jubiläum der Société Anonyme.Unter der Führung von Katherine Dreyer, Marcel Duchamp und Man Ray wurden nicht nur Werke der Modernen Kunst eifrig gekauft und gesammelt, sondern in Vorträgen und Ausstellungen auch der Versuch unternommen, diese dem Publikum näher zu bringen, wovon eine Auflistung derartiger Aktivitäten in dem Katalog Zeugnis ablegt. Abbildungen u.a. von Léger, Malewitch, Moholy-Nagy und El Lssitzky. Selten.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Günter Linke]
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