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        Signal. Jahrgang 1942. Zweimal monatlich

      Berlin: Deutscher Verlag 1942 OHLWd., ein Heft ca. 45 Seiten mit zahlr. farb uns SW-Abb. Folio. Deckel abgenutzt und berieben. Gelenk vor d. Heft Nr. 9 ist geknickt und ganz gelöst, erster Blatt von Nr. 9 und letzter Blatt von Nr. 8 sind beschädigt, Titelblatt Nr. 9 mit Verlust. Zuweilen 2 Blätter ausgerissen (cca dreimal), zuweilen leicht eingerissssen; sonst altersgemäß guter Zustand.Militarie, Kriege

      [Bookseller: Antikvariát Valentinská]
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        Mannen utan väg. Dikter.

      Bröderna Lagerström, 1942. 85 sider pp. Bogen er trykt i 150 nummererede eksemplarer. Detter er et af 50 unummererede eksemplarer (formodentlig udleveret til dikteren. Med dedikation fra forfatteren til Dr. Sven rinman. Med hans ganske svage blyantsnoter på nogle sider. Heftet med originalt omslag, nærmest som nyt. Første udgave. 17042007

      [Bookseller: Andersens Antikvariat]
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        Blood for a Stranger

      New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1942. First Printing. Hardcover. Fine/Fine-. First Edition (so stated), one of only 1700 printed. 8vo: xi,82pp. Publisher's crimson fine-bead cloth, spine lettered in navy blue; vivid red typographic dust jacket, lettered in white and priced $2.00. Fine and apparently unread; About Fine jacket (minimal fading to spine panel, lettering still crisp) that has benefited from minor expert restoration to spine panel tips (far from lettering on both ends). Wright A1. Jarrell's first collection of poems, heavily influenced by the poetry of W.H. Auden, published the same year Jarrell enlisted in the U. S. Army Air Corps. The was dedicated to the American poet Allen Tate. N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

      [Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd]
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        The Moon Is Down - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      Viking, New York 1942 - A most attractive first printing of the first edition in just about Fine condition, fresh blue cloth with bright gilt lettering to spine in Near Fine dust-jacket, ever so lightly rubbed to spine ends. Minute tanning to endpapers and dust-jacket. Large period between "talk" and "this" on page 112, line 11; lacking printer's name on copyright page. Goldstone/Payne A16b. In custom made, clamshell case with sculpted The Moon Is Down design; Steinbeck's masterful account is set in Norway during World War II, exploring the effects of invasion on both the conquered and the conquerors. Occupied by Nazi troops, a small, peaceable town comes face to face with evil imposed from the outside--and betrayal born within the close-knit community ; [ii], 188, [2] pages [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Books Tell You Why - ABAA/ILAB]
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        Flight to Arras

      Reynal & Hitchcock, 1942 Flight to Arras, by Antoine de Saint-Exupery, illustrated by Bernard Lamotte. Number 446 of 500 signed copies. Blue leather spine with cloth boards. Signed by both Saint-Exupery and Lamotte on pre-title page. Hardcover book in good condition; some wear on leather spine; corners of leather spine more heavily worn but very presentable. Gilt top edge. Very light small stain front edges; only on edge, not pages. No slipcase. .

      [Bookseller: Yankeeflier]
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        The Long Debut of Lois Taggett

      Story Magazine, Inc. 1942 - This short story by Salinger appears in the September-October 1942 (vol. 21, no. 97) edition of Story Magazine, published in New York by Story Magazine, Inc. in 1942. Book (soft cover)very good, spine is sun-faded, some rubbing on front and back covers, minor foxing on top edges. Cover price reads "40 cents". [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bookbid]
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        The Man Who Feared

      Gateway Books New York 1942 - First Edition. Scarce Hubin listed mystery by this obscure publisher of a man "so merciless that he can coldly and deliberately set about killing the soul of his greatest enemy by striking terrible blows at the innocent ones who stand in the way". Near Fine in Very Good plus attractive dustjacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Babylon Revisited Rare Books]
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        Five Little Pigs

      Collins [The Crime Club], 1942. Hardcover. Good. A first edition, first printing published by Collins [The Crime Club] in 1942. A good book with a little fading to the spine and boards accompanied by some light staining. Neat name to the head of the endpaper. In a very good clipped wrapper with some small closed tears to the spine tail and a couple of nicks here and there. Becoming scarce.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        Die Wahre Geschichte Vom Wiederbergstellten Kreuz (Presentation Inscription From Felix Guggenheim To Lotte Lenya)

      Privatdruck Der Pazifischen Presse / Plantin Press [Pazifische Press], Los Angeles 1942 - 49 Pp. Black Leather Spine, Gilt; Rose Colored Boards. First Edition, Un-Numbered Presentation Copy From Felix Guggenheim. The Second Book Issued By The Press, A Reworking Of The 9Th Chapter Of Werfel's "Cella Oder Die Uberwinder", Later Published By Simon And Schuster In 1943 In The Anthology The Ten Commandments. One Of An Undetermined Number Of Un-Numbered Copies, Signed By Werfel Below The Colophon. [There Were 150 Copies Numbered, Mostly Signed, In The Subscriber's Edition, Half Leather, An Undetermined Number Of Lettered Copies, And 100 Copies Of The Trade Edition In Cloth, Some Of Which Were Also Signed.] Werfel Died In Los Angeles In 1945 While Reviewing The Advance Proofs Of The Pazifische Press Edition Of His Collected Poetry. Contents Fine, Boards Near Fine; The Leather Spine Is Near Fine But Had Become Partly Detached And Has Been Professionally Re-Attached At Heritage Bindery. This Is A Presentation Copy From The Publisher, Felix Guggenheim, With An 11 Line Handwritten Quotation From Lessing, Inscribed Below "Fur Lotte / G (An Insignia Actually) / Hollywood / 1943". [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books, Pasadena, Member IOBA]
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      EINAUDI, 1942. ITALIANO 0,52 Traduzione di Luigi Berti, foto in nero dell'A. applicata all'antiporta, pagine uniformemente brunite causa tempo, fioritura ai tagli, n. XV della collana, brossura editoriale azzurra con titoli bianchi e neri al piatto e neri al dorso, ingiallita, con fioritura e con strappetti al piede ed alla cima, sovraccoperta illustrata, scolorita, ingiallita e con strappetti ai bordi USATO

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        Archive of Eight Typed Letters Signed

      Maryland and Ontario 1942 - All of these letters were written to Mr. Rodgers, a member of the Executive Board of the Council for Democracy. Four of the letters (totaling six pages) are on 7.5 x 5.75-inch personal stationery from Maynard's home in Westminster, Maryland, dated June 23 to August 19, 1942. Three of the letters (totaling four pages) are on 11 x 8.5-inch letterhead from Assumption College in Windsor, Ontario, dated from July 6 to September 23, 1942. The remaining letter is on a plain sheet of 11 x 8.5-inch paper with the Westminster address typed in, dated September 17, 1942. In this correspondence, Maynard agrees to write an article about why Catholics should support Russia and also expresses that he does not want to be party to ousting Liam O'Connor, in part: "With regard to the problem of Protestant pacifists, well, I understand that matter rather well, having been brought up as a Protestant." He disparages Fr. Coughlin: "I hear that [his] school for diplomats is a bluff." He talks about the request to soften his remarks in a magazine article: ".a delicate subject.and I have tried to handle it with discretion, my main fear now is that I have been so careful as to be a bit colorless." He also expresses his need to make money. At the time Maynard wrote these letters, he was not in the best of health and was also undergoing economic hardship. The following year, he spent long periods away from home doing research and giving lectures, while the family was chronically short of money (according to T.W. Hendricks "A Historian of American Catholicism"). These letters provide a window into his life and thinking in the summer of 1942. The letters all have natural folds; several have small stains (including one with a paperclip stain), but are all in very good(-) to very good(+) condition. English poet and literary critic who was best known as one of the most influential historians on Roman Catholicism in the United States. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB]
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      Istituto Italiano Arti Grafiche, 1942. (Codice ME/9412) In 4º (32,5 cm) 220+50 pp. di pubblicità. Illustrato con centinaia di belle fotografie in nero, anche a piena pagina eialcune vignette a colori. Inoltre 28 magistrali tavole a colori dei pittori: Araca, Bazzi, Boccasile, Guazzoni, Mancioli, Molino, Santambrogio, Sinopico. Quadri esposti al "III Premio Cremona 1941-XX". Completo con la tavola a colori protetta da velina con ritratto di Mussolini opera, di Federico Spoltore. Molto interessanti anche le pagine pubblicitarie. Grande volume, brossura originale, dorso un po' usato (ma solido) con piccola rustica riparazione. Interno ottimo. Euro 550.00 ~~~ SPEDIZIONE IN ITALIA SEMPRE TRACCIATA

      [Bookseller: Bergoglio Libri d'Epoca]
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        Stories about Jesus for Very Little Children, etc

      1942. Paperback. Used; Acceptable. Paperback; English language; a fair reading copy. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. All international orders are sent Royal Mail airmail.

      [Bookseller: Sunrise Books Ltd]
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        A series of eight original portrait illustrations by the Australian artist Stuart Wade in 1942-43

      - They feature influential Second World War personalities, including Churchill, Eisenhower, MacArthur, Montgomery, Smuts and Stalin. The portraits, in black and white ink and with numerous engraved lines, are done directly on 'Wade Half-Tone Board' (each one 345 x 230 mm), a product invented by the artist offering 'Combined Line and High-Light Half-Tones at Ordinary Line Etching Costs!'. Please use the 'Ask Bookseller a Question' link below to confirm availability and postage charges. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Michael Treloar Booksellers ANZAAB/ILAB]
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        Vivien Leigh signed hardcover book, "The Skin of Our Teeth", with original dust jacket

      n.p., Circa 1940s. 5.625" x 8.25". "Hardcover book, The Skin of Our Teeth: Play in Three Acts by Thornton Wilder (Harper & Brothers Publishers, New York/London, 1942), elegantly signed "Vivien Leigh" in blue fountain pen and underlined on front end paper, part of "V" of Vivien within slightly browned area. Red book covers with original robin's egg blue and black dust jacket, 142 pages, 5.625" x 8.25". In fine condition, with light patchy mat burn to front and back end papers, some minor edge tears, and two offcut pages (105 and 119) as published. Expected wear to dust jacket corners and edges. Personal library card signed "Adeline C. Gibson" affixed to interior front cover.American playwright Thornton Wilder's The Skin of Our Teeth was first performed at the Shubert Theater in New Haven, CT in October 1942 starring Frederic March and Tallulah Bankhead. Classically trained English actress Vivien Leigh starred as housemaid Lily Sabina in four of its later productions: at the Phoenix Theater in London in May 1945; at the Piccadilly Theater in London in September 1946; on an Australian and New Zealand tour in November 1948; and in a later televised broadcast in March 1959. Leigh completely immersed herself in the role of Lily Sabina, the play's chatty and sexy narrator. Described as a "straw-blonde" and "over-rouged" parlor maid, Lily Sabina is a complex character whose name alludes at once to the proto-Garden anti-heroine Lilith and the violated Sabine women of Roman history. It is possible that Leigh consulted this book during preparations of or rehearsals for the role. She was directed by husband Laurence Olivier during some of these productions.Vivien Leigh (1913-1967) was already a well-established theater and film actress when she accepted the role in The Skin of Our Teeth. Before accepting her first movie role as an extra, Leigh studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. She achieved success in English theatrical productions before trying the movies in the mid-to-late 1930s. Her break-out success as Scarlett O'Hara in 1939 Gone with the Wind made her an international star. The theatrical production of The Skin of Our Teeth was sandwiched between two of Leigh's film projects, Caesar and Cleopatra (1945) and Anna Karenina (1948), and one year after she was first diagnosed with tuberculosis.Thornton Wilder (1897-1975) was a critically and commercially successful novelist, playwright, essayist, screenwriter, scholar, and translator. He won Pulitzer Prizes for both drama and fiction. Along with The Skin of Our Teeth, he is best known for his sentimental and nostalgic Our Town (1938)."

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        Salmünster 1913 - 1999). Fjord in Norwegen. Öl auf Leinwand, 1942. Unten links signiert und datiert. 38 x 63 cm. In dekorativem (modernen) Goldrahmen gerahmt.

      1942 - Wilhelm Assheim besuchte die Hanauer Zeichenakademie. 1939 wurde er eingezogen und kam ein Jahr später nach Norwegen, wo er als Kompaniezeichner arbeitete, Landkarten erstellte und viele norwegische Landschaftsbilder schuf. Nach dem Krieg ging er zurück in seine Geburtsstadt.- Blick in einen Fjord mit eindrucksvoller felsiger Küste, im Vordergrund einige kleine Häuser an einem Weg. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K.]
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        ["The Hang of It," in] The Kit Book for Soldiers, Sailors and Marines [with mailing carton]

      Chicago: Consolidated Book Publishers [through 1942], 1942. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine-/Very Good+. Second issue (with 1943 rather 1942 copyright) of a World War II-era compilation containing Salinger's third published short story and first appearance in book form. Small 8vo; 336pp, with numerous color and black-and-white illustrations. Publisher's bright red, white and blue pictorial boards (issued without a dust jacket), in original pictorial shipping carton. Just about Near Fine, with rubbing and very minor loss of color to corners and tips and browning to wartime paper, in a better than Very Good example of shipping box (unused), reproducing cover image of the book, rubbed along all edges. Salinger's story, "The Hang of It," appears on p. 332 of this collection of "favorite stories, verse and cartoons for the entertainment of servicemen," also featuring contributions by Elbert Hubbard, Ellery Queen, O' Henry, Rudyard Kipling, Damon Runyan and Ernest Thayer's "Casey at the Bat." Not particularly uncommon, except in the shipping carton, very few of which have survived.

      [Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd]
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      FRATELLI PALOMBI, 1942. ITALIANO 0,28 Brossura editoriale morbida, illustrata, ingiallita, con lieve fioritura e strappi al dorso ed ai bordi, illustrazioni in nero fuori testo, pagine brunite, con fioritura e gore USATO

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        [Four Quartets, comprising] East Coker; Burnt Norton; The Dry Salvages; Little Gidding

      London: Faber & Faber [through 1942], 1940. First Impressions. Staplebound Wraps. Four uniform first impressions of the separate appearances in pamphlet form of Eliot's wartime masterpiece. East Coker: 16pp; yellow paper wrappers printed in black (Near Fine, barring the usual toning) over white card covers, stapled. Light foxing throughout, the final 8pp uncut [Gallup A36c]. Burnt Norton: 16pp; aquamarine paper wrappers printed in black folded over stiff white covers; stapled. Fine, with just a hint of fading along the spine crease. [Gallup [A37]. The Dry Salvages: 16pp; pale blue paper wrappers printed in black folded over stiff cream (Gallup's first state) paper without the Adelphi watermark. Very Good or better, the wraps faded and lightly foxed, with a stain on the inner flap fold, but the pages bright and unmarked, except for an owner's inscription in a neat hand on the half-title [Gallup A39]. Little Gidding: 16pp; stiff mauve wrappers printed in black, stapled (Gallup's second state). Near Fine or better with traces of foxing to the back panel, internally bright and fresh [Gallup A42]. First Faber printing of the first title (East Coker first appeared in two forms associated with its publication in The New English Weekly.), first separate edition of the second title (first published in Collected Poems, 1936), and first editions of the latter two titles. East Coker is the village in Somerset from which Eliot's ancestors departed for the New World in 1669; Burnt Norton refers to the Gloucestershire manor house erected on the foundation of a house that burned to the ground in 17th century; The Dry Salvages is a group of rocks off Cape Ann, and so harks to the poet's New England roots, and Little Gidding was the manor in Huntingdonshire that was the destination of poets' pilgrimages as the site where Nicholas Ferrar founded an Anglican religious community in the mid-17th century. N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        The High Window

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1942. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. 240 pp. Original brown cloth with dark crimson lettering. Very Good condition with spine lean and slight crease, former owner's name and info on front paste down, a some lightly dog-eared pages, typical slight offsetting to endpapers. No dust jacket. The third of Chandler's acclaimed Philip Marlowe novels, wherein Marlowe is hired by an old Pasadena lush, Mrs. Elizabeth Bright Murdock, to find an 18th Century coin called the Brasher Doubloon. The basis of two '40s films: Time to Kill and The Brasher Doubloon.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Put Out More Flags.

      London Chapman & Hall 1942 - First edition, 8vo., fore-edges spotted but not affecting pages, else fine, publisher's grey and navy speckled cloth, spine lettered dark blue, pictorial dust-jacket printed in red, grey and black on white, a bit chipped and creased at extremities but not price-clipped and still unusual in this condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books]
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        hand Signierte Sammelkarte 9x 6,5 cm original autographed Bonus Card #1

      Lifelong authenticity guarantee! Lebenslange Echtheitsgarantie!Muhammad Ali (* 17. Januar 1942 in Louisville, Kentucky als Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr.) ist ein ehemaliger US-amerikanischer Boxer. Er gehört zu den bedeutendsten Schwergewichtsboxern und herausragendsten Athleten des 20. Jahrhunderts und wurde 1999 vom Internationalen Olympischen Komitee zum ?Sportler des Jahrhunderts? gewählt.[1]Auch außerhalb des Boxrings sorgte Ali für Schlagzeilen. So lehnte er öffentlich den Vietnamkrieg ab, verweigerte den Wehrdienst und unterstützte die Emanzipationsbewegung der Afroamerikaner in den 1960er Jahren. Der Kampf Rumble in the Jungle gegen George Foreman und die Kämpfe Fight of the Century und Thrilla in Manila gegen Joe Frazier gelten als Klassiker unter den Schwergewichtskämpfen.InhaltsverzeichnisKindheit und erster Kontakt mit dem BoxsportClay wurde 1942 als erster von zwei Söhnen eines Schildermalers geboren und wuchs in ärmlichen Verhältnissen auf. Seine Eltern benannten ihren Sohn nach dem Politiker und Gegner der Sklaverei Cassius Marcellus Clay. Mit dem Boxtraining begann der zwölfjährige Clay 1954 aus Wut über den Diebstahl seines Fahrrades ? er hoffte, den Dieb dadurch bestrafen zu können, wenn er ihn erwischte.[1] Im Alter von 16 Jahren verließ Clay die Schule mit schlechten Noten und konzentrierte sich auf sein Boxtraining. Karriere KarrierebeginnInnerhalb weniger Jahre konnte Clay sämtliche nationalen Amateurtitel erringen. Bei den Olympischen Spielen 1960 gewann er in Rom die olympische Goldmedaille im Halbschwergewicht. Noch im selben Jahr wurde er Profi.Clay musste feststellen, dass ein Wrestler namens Gorgeous George für größeres Aufsehen bei Presse und Zuschauern sorgte als ein bescheiden auftretender Nachwuchsboxer wie er. Daraufhin begann er, den Stil von George zu kopieren und der Presse von nun an immer neues Material in Form von Spottreimen über seine Gegner zu liefern: Vorhersagen über die Runde seines K.-o.-Sieges (?Archie Moore will be on the floor in round four?, ?Archie Moore wird in der vierten Runde am Boden liegen?) und ähnliche Äußerungen.[2] Mit diesem provozierend zur Schau getragenen Selbstbewusstsein wurde Clay bald berühmt. Weil seine Prophezeiungen über den Ausgang oft zutrafen und Gegner tatsächlich in den vorhergesagten Runden zu Boden gingen, wurde er eine Zeitlang sogar des Betrugs verdächtigt. Aufstieg und erste Weltmeisterschaft (1964) &#8594 Hauptartikel: Muhammad Ali vs. Sonny ListonIm Februar des Jahres 1964 bekam Clay einen Weltmeisterschaftskampf gegen Sonny Liston, nachdem er zuvor Doug Jones umstritten nach Punkten und Henry Cooper durch K. o. besiegt hatte. Viele Journalisten mochten Clays selbstsichere Art nicht und prophezeiten ihm eine Niederlage gegen Liston, so auch Arthur Daley von der New York Times: ?The irritatingly confident Cassius enters this bout with one trifling handicap. He can?t fight as well as he can talk.? (?Der irritierend selbstbewusste Cassius bestreitet diesen Titelkampf mit einem unbedeutenden Nachteil. Er kann nicht so gut kämpfen, wie er reden kann.?).[3]Trotzdem gewann der mit Sieben zu Eins als Außenseiter gesetzte Clay durch eine ? angeblich verletzungsbedingte ? Aufgabe seines Gegners nach der sechsten Runde. In tumultartigen Szenen brüllte Clay nach dem Sieg immer wieder ?I shook up the world!? und ?I am the greatest!? in die Mikrofone. Die Bilder von ihm mit weit aufgerissenem Mund und Augen gingen um die Welt.Im weiteren Verlauf des Jahres machte Clay seine Mitgliedschaft in der Nation of Islam öffentlich und wählte Muhammad Ali als Namen. 1975 konvertierte er zum sunnitischen Islam.[4] Der Rückkampf gegen ListonIm Rückkampf am 25. Mai 1965 in Lewiston, Maine, wurde Liston von Ali bereits in der 1. Runde nach nur 105 Sekunden Kampf vom so genannten ?Phantomschlag? (?Phantom Punch?, auch als ?Anchor Punch? bekannt geworden) niedergestreckt, einem kurzen, harten, rechten Cross an Schläfe oder Kiefer,[5] der weder von Liston noch von großen Teilen des Publikums gesehen worden war. Ali schrie daraufhin den am Boden liegenden Liston mit den Worten ?Get up, you bum!? (?Komm hoch, du Penner!?) wutentbrannt an und der Ringrichter, der ehemalige Weltmeister Jersey Joe Walcott, der mit der Situation offensichtlich überfordert war, zählte zunächst weder an noch aus, da er den wütend bei Liston stehenden und schreienden Ali von diesem wegzudrängen suchte. Der Kampf wurde dann zunächst wieder freigegeben, unmittelbar darauf jedoch beendet, als Nat Fleischer, der Gründer des Ring Magazines, Walcott darauf hinwies, dass Liston schon deutlich mehr als 10 Sekunden am Boden gewesen war.Der nur von wenigen Zuschauern gesehene ?Phantom Punch? gab im Verbund mit Listons scheinbarer Unbesiegbarkeit und dessen dubiosen Kontakten zur Mafia Anlass zu Spekulationen über einen möglichen Betrug, was andererseits wegen der offensichtlichen Feindschaft zwischen den beiden Boxern bezweifelt wurde. So hatte Liston vor dem ersten Kampf, auf die Provokationen Clays angesprochen, erklärt, dass er die Absicht habe, Clay umzubringen. Auch in seiner Autobiografie wandte sich Ali gegen jegliche Unterstellungen solcher Art und erklärte explizit:?Tatsache ist, dass noch niemals ein Kampf weniger abgesprochen war als dieser.?? Muhammad Ali: Der Größte. Meine Geschichte. S. 123.Film- und Fotoaufnahmen bewiesen im Nachhinein eindeutig, dass Liston von Ali tatsächlich getroffen wurde. Unklar blieb allerdings, wie hart. Deutlich zu sehen ist die entspannte Muskulatur von Listons Körper während des Sturzes, die eine Bewusstlosigkeit zu diesem Zeitpunkt vermuten lässt. Liston erklärte später allerdings, dass er vom Schlag Alis zwar überrascht, jedoch nicht bewusstlos war und nur deshalb nicht sofort wieder aufstand, da er fürchtete, von dem direkt über ihm (anstatt in der neutralen Ecke) stehenden Ali erneut getroffen zu werden. Auch hätte er vergeblich auf das Anzählen durch den Referee gewartet.In dem Augenblick, als Ali wütend und schreiend über dem liegenden Liston steht, entstand eines der bekanntesten Fotos von Ali, geschossen von Neil Leifer.[6] Dieses Foto (eigentlich ein Farbbild, aber als Schwarzweißbild berühmt geworden), nannte sein Biograph David Remnick später ?Ali wild und schön (?), vielleicht (?) das nachhaltigste Bild Alis im Kampf überhaupt.?[5] Karrierehöhepunkt und Titelverlust (1967) Muhammad Ali 1967Mitte der 60er Jahre war Ali auf dem Höhepunkt seiner Karriere. Er traf die Beatles und Elvis Presley und verteidigte seinen Titel unter anderem gegen Ex-Weltmeister Floyd Patterson und dann im Frankfurter Waldstadion gegen den deutschen Europameister Karl Mildenberger (Mildenberger machte ihm einige Probleme er kam bis in die 12. Runde, woraufhin Ali im Anschluss sagte, nie wieder gegen Mildenberger boxen zu wollen), ferner gegen George Chuvalo, Henry Cooper, Brian London, Cleveland Williams, Ernie Terrell und Zora Folley.Ali war äußerst flink, dazu provozierte er oft den Gegner, indem er die Hände neben den Hüften hängen ließ, anstatt sich zu decken. Seine Beine waren jedoch so schnell und die Hüfte so beweglich, dass er fast jeden Schlag auspendeln konnte. Tatsächlich bekam er kaum Treffer an den Kopf, kokettierte mit seinem Aussehen und prahlte, dass er nach ?vielen Kämpfen immer noch so hübsch wie ein Mädchen? sei. Mit einer rasanten tänzerischen Beinkombination namens ?Ali Shuffle? verblüffte er Gegner und Publikum. Gelegentlich ließ er sich demonstrativ mehrmals hintereinander in die durchtrainierte Seite des Körpers schlagen, ohne dass dies erkennbare Wirkungen zeigte ? abgesehen davon, dass der Gegner demoralisiert wurde.[3]Im April 1967 wurde Ali der Titel aberkannt, nachdem er sich geweigert hatte, den Wehrdienst anzutreten. Als ausschlaggebend für seine Entscheidung nannte er zum einen seinen Glauben, sprach aber zum anderen auch die Frage der fehlenden Gleichberechtigung der Afroamerikaner an ...

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        Der Hoheitsträger. Verkündungsblatt für das Hauptstabsamt, das Hauptorganisationsamt, das Hauptpersonalamt und das Hauptschulungsamt der NSDAP. Jahrgang 1942 * mit mehreren Original-Beiträgen u.a. von Dr. H o r a n d H o r s a S c h a c h t

      Berlin, 1942. Ausgabe im original Verlagseinband (Halbleinen / OHLn im Format 23,5 x 31,6 cm) mit Rückentitel in Silberprägung und illustriertem Deckeltitel, Umschlagseiten nicht mit eingebunden. Etwa 500 Seiten, mit vielen Fotoabbildungen auf Kunstdruckpapier, Schrift: Fraktur. Die (hier nicht mit eingebundene) Umschläge seinerzeit mit Druckvermerk: \"Der \"H o h e i t s t r ä g e r\" ist als dienstliches Informationsorgan des Reichsorganisationsleiters der NSDAP vom Empfänger und Leser nur vertraulich für den Dienst in der Bewegung zu verwenden. Jede andere Verwendung sowie die absichtliche oder fahrlässige Preisgabe des Inhalts an andere Personen wird disziplinarisch und strafrechtlich verfolgt. Aktive Hoheitsträger und Politische Leiter werden als Mitarbeiter bevorzugt\" und \"Verteilungsplan für die Gaue, Kreise und Ortsgruppen: der Hoheitsträger, dessen Inhalt vertraulich zu behandeln ist, dient nur der Unterrichtung der zuständigen Führer. Er darf an andere Personen nicht ausgeliehen werden. Gemäß Anordnung des Reichsorganisationsleiter erhalten ihn in den Gauen, Kreisen und Ortsgruppen die nachstehend aufgeführten Hoheitsträger und Politischen Leiter: Gauleiter, Stellv.Gauleiter, Hauptamtliche Gauamtsleiter, Gaubeauftragte für Schulungsbriefe, Gauschulen, Kreisleitung, Kreis-Organisationsleiter, Kreis-Personalamtsleiter, Kreis-Schulungslager, Ortsgruppenleiter, Stützpunktleiter\". - Aus dem Inhalt: Parteigenossen! Auszüge aus dem Neujahrsaufruf des Führers vom 31.12.1941 - Politische Leiter der NSDAP!, Aufruf von Dr. r. Ley - Helmut Sündermann (Stabsleiter des Reichspressechefs): Die Starken und die Schwachen. Über die \"Stimmung\" im Volk - Giselher Wirsing: Am Scheitelpunkt des Krieges - Hauptbefehlsleiter Friedrich Schmidt: Rassenchaos und Erlösungswahn - Gauhauptstellensleiter Werner Dittschlag: Zur Schulungsarbeit der NSDAP - Der Gauleiter spricht (Dr. Goebbels an die Berliner) - Gauleiter Fritz Waechtler: Schule und Erzieherschaft im Einsatz für die erweiterte Kinderlandverschickung - Reichsamtsleiter H. Althaus und Reichshauptstellensleiter W. Hebenbrock: Jugenderholungspflege der NSV. Sorgen des Hoheitsträgers in der erweiterten Kinderlandverstrickung - F. H. Oberries: Wort und Bild an Häuserwänden. Auch ein Kapitel zum Kampf um die Straße - Günter Graßmann: Hausschmuck innen und außen - Das Bild als Propagandawaffe - Kulturfilme der Partei - Aufrüstung der Herzen. Die Arbeit der Partei im Kriege. Ein politischer Leiter feiert die Überführung seines Sohnes in der HJ. - Bannführer W. Knopp, Hauptabteilungsleiter in der Reichsjugendführung: Das Jugendstrafrecht (Verwahrlosung der Jugend, Verwahrlosungserscheinungen der weiblichen Jugend, Haltung der HJ.-Angehörigen im Vergleich zu derjenigen der nicht der Hitler-Jugend angehörenden Jugendlichen, Selbstmorde Jugendlicher, Tätigkeit erwachsene Jugendverführer) - Jugendarrest, Jugenddienst - Gauschulungsleiter Rudolf Röhrig: Volkstum gegen Grenzpfähle. Informationen zum Schulungsbrief 11/12.1941 - Was der Hoheitsträger wissen muss (Wer kann auf Ehrenfriedhöfen bestattet werden / Programm der NSDAP bei Auslegung alter Gesetze / Behandlung Unfruchtbargemacht in der NSDAP / Feldpostsendungen der Bewegung / Mundart in der Feldpostbetreuung / Der Vatikan und der Europäische Befreiungskrieg) - Sprechstunde der NSDAP (Geschiedene Frau eines Juden, Ehescheidung wegen Krankheit, Nationale Lieder in Gaststätten, Täuschung des Ehegatten über jüdische Abstammung) - Führerwort auf der Titelseite: \"Die Stärke der Männer zeigt sich nicht am Abend nach dem Siege, sondern wenn die Sonne einmal nicht scheint. Der Mutige wird in grimmigem Trotz den Kampf von neuem aufnehmen. Adolf Hitler am 8.12.1932 in Magdeburg\" - Kreisleiter Friedrich Brügger: Verantwortlich für die Stimmung im Volk - Kreisschulungsleiter Bruckmann: Schweigen und kämpfen - Stellvertr. Gauleiter Arthur Görlitzer: Die Trennung (Absonderung der Juden von der deutschen Volksgemeinschaft) . . . weitere Beschreibung s.Nr. 25013 ! Versand D: 5,90 EUR Deutsches / Drittes Reich, Großdeutschland im 2.Weltkrieg, Nationalsozialismus, Adolf Hitler, Verhaltensmaßregeln für Parteigenossen der NSDAP, Wehrmacht, Nationalsozialistische Volkswohlfahrt, Neuaufnahme von Sterilisierten / Erbkranken in die NSDAP nicht tunlich, Halbjuden und Singen des Horst-Wessel-Liedes, Pflicht des Halbjuden, bolschewistisches Untermenschen tun, scharfer judenfeindlicher Standpunkt, Verbrechen der GPU, illustrierte Bücher, NS.-Schrifttum, völkisches / nationalsozialistisches Gedankengut

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        Vrij Nederland. Je Maintiendrai. Onafhankelijk Weekblad voor Alle Nederlanders

      [London, 1942. First edition. [16] pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Self wrappers. VG. Bookplate in envelope. First edition. [16] pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Letter from Churchill in English on p. 3, "I warmly welcome the decision to publish in this country a weekly Netherlands newspaper ... 29 July 1940." Dutch text on p. 2 "Disseminated 10/11 March-12/13 April 1942 " (Woods). Woods a12/2 p. 368

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        Det illegale Frit Danmark, 1.-3. årg. + Frit Danmark, 4. - 36. årg.

      - 1942-78. 4° og store 8°, illustreret, indbundet i 10 pæne, blå shirtingbind. (4 sidste årgange: 1979-1982 mangler).Alt er i øvrigt originalt, ingen genoptryk Elias Bredsdorffs eksemplar - med de sjældne illegale første årgange.

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        A Witness Tree [with Original photographs]

      Henry Holt, New York 1942 - New York: Henry Holt. 1942. F First Edition. H Hard Cover. Very Good. Signed and inscribed by Robert Frost on front endpaper: "Robert Frost Breadloaf VT 1943 For Margaret Fairlamb". Also laid in loose are 3 original photographs of Robert Frost playing baseball at Breadloaf. Two are copies of the same photograph, showing Frost at bat (4.75 x 3.125 inches); the other shows Frost striding to the crowd to get to the field (4.5 x 2.75 inches). The photos show a solidly built Frost, in what appear to be white seersucker trousers, held up by suspenders. The book is the March, 1943 printing (a later printing of the first edition). Hardcover in vintage jacket (jacket spine is discolored with some chips and tears to edges). Signed: I Signed by Author [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      Gyldendalske Boghandel / Nordisk Forlag, Copenhagen 1942 - First edition. 332 pp. 8vo. "Navigare necesse est." Signed with Blixen's personal motto. Signed on the half-title, with the motto Blixen adopted as a youth: "Karen Blixen.- Navigare necesse est, vivere non necesse." (To sail is necessary, to live is not necessary.) The famous quote is attributed to Pompey, who exhorted his sailors to undertake a journey to bring grain from Africa to Rome during a fierce storm. In her essay "On Mottoes of My Life," Blixen writes that it was "the first real motto of my youth ? It came naturally to me to view my enterprise in life in terms of seafaring, for my home stands but a hundred yards from the sea, and through all the summers of our youth my brothers had boats in the fairways between Copenhagen and Elsinore ? No compass-needle in the world was as infallible to me as the outstretched arm of Pompey; I steered my course by it with unswerving confidence, and had any wiser person insisted that there was no earthly sense in my motto, I might have answered: 'Nay, but a heavenly sense!' and have added perhaps: 'And a maritime!'" (Daguerreotypes and Other Essays (1984), pp 5-6).This collection of short stories was originally written and published in Danish during the height of the Second World War, with the English edition appearing the same year, as "Winter's Tales" Henriksen 63 Original blue and white wrappers. Faint spotting to wrappers, faint creasing to spine, tiny tear to rear flap, but an attractive, near fine copy, in a custom cloth box [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Dil ve Tarih-Cografya Fakultesi Dergisi. [Journal of the Ankara University Faculty for Language and History/Geography]: iki ayda bir cikar. Birinci Yil. A run from Volume I, Number 1, 1942 to Volume XXVIII, Number 2, 1970.

      1942-70, Ankara 1942 - This set is heavy. Shipping quoted on request. A very good set in original cloth. First edition Twenty-eight volumes, bound in buckram.

      [Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia), ABA, ILAB]
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        Original fabric design by Sonia Delaunay for haute-couture textile supplier Robert Perrier

      Circa 1942. Gouache on paper, 205 x 260 mm; initialled by the artist in pencil at lower left "S.D."; wet stamp of the Robert Perrier Sonia Delaunay collection on reverse; framed; accompanied by a copy of a typed document by Sonia Delaunay (circa 1972) recording her sale of a total of 1,244 gouache fabric designs to M. Robert Perrier, 26 rue Norvins, Paris, 75018, in 1942; the document authenticates these designs for M. Perrier, and records that 115 of them were lent by M. Perrier for exhibitions in Mulhouse (May, 1971) and Nancy (September, 1972). As early as 1927, in a lecture titled The Influence of Painting on the Art of Clothes, Sonia Delaunay observed: "A movement is now influencing fashion, just as it influences interior decoration, the cinema, and all the visual arts, and it overtakes everything that is not subject to this new principle which painters have spent a century seeking; we are only at the beginning of these new colour relationships, still full of mysteries to unravel, which are at the base of a modern vision." Damase, Jacques, Sonia Delaunay : Fashion and fabrics (London : Thames & Hudson, 2014, p. 59). The career of Russian-born colourist Sonia Delaunay spanned seven decades, from the Belle Epoque to the 1970s. After studying in Germany, in 1905 she settled in Paris, where she would remain for most of her life. From around 1911, along with her husband, Robert Delaunay, she pioneered a particular branch of Cubism known as Simultanism (or Orphism, as it was termed by Apollinaire), which was based on the colour theory developed in the nineteenth century by Michel Eugène Chevreul (De la loi du contraste simultanée des couleurs, Paris, 1839). In this abstract style, form is subjugated to colour: the vital rhythm of a work is created by the interaction of overlapping and juxtaposed contrasting colours. As a multi-disciplinary artist, Delaunay constantly refined her Simultanist approach, producing work up until the late 1970s in a diversity of media and across the applied arts - notably in designs for theatre and ballet, fashion, textiles and architecture - and collaborating with writers such as Blaise Cendrars and Tristan Tzara. A major figure in the European avant-garde, her distinctive abstractionist aesthetic has influenced artists from Paul Klee through to contemporary fashion designers. Sonia Delaunay was the first living female artist to be honoured with a retrospective at the Louvre (1964); more recently, a major retrospective of her work was held at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (17 October 2014 to 22 February 2015) and the Tate Modern in London (15 April to 9 August 2015). A note on Robert Perrier: R-26 was an artistic salon regularly held at the private residence of socialites Madeleine, Marie-Jacques and Robert Perrier at 26 Rue Norvins in the Montmartre district of Paris. First convened on 1 January 1930, the salon became a meeting ground for many creative luminaries of the next eighty years, including singer Josephine Baker, architect Le Corbusier and musician Django Reinhardt ... Early on, painter Sonia Delaunay, a close colleague of Robert Perrier, was most active in introducing new artists to the gatherings, aided by her husband, Robert, and son, Charles. Provenance: the estate of art critic and publisher Jacques Damase, a close friend of the artist who promoted her work in the last 16 years of her life.

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        George Grosz Pictures Lmt. [sic]. Douglaston Office. X-Mas Gift Certificate.

      Holder of this certificate is entitled to select a watercolor or a drawing any time at our Douglaston office. With our best wishes for a Merry Christmas. The president. [Long Island, December 24 1942]. Tempera on card, 120 x 270 mm; with date in ink at upper right and full signature of the artist, George Grosz, in ink at lower right; mild creasing at lower right corner, else in fine condition. The German Dada caricaturist and painter George Grosz spent much of his career in America, where he lived and worked between 1933 and 1958. Provenance: Erich and Lene Cohn, Grosz's American dealers; thence by descent (Estate of Roberta K. Cohn & Richard A. Cohn, Ltd.)

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        [Collection of 38 flyers (heralds) for movies, from Bogor, Indonesia].Bogor, 1947-1953. 38 single sheets, most printed double-sided, several folding, nearly all with illustrations depicting actors and movie scenes, mostly printed in one or two colours, some in four-colour half-tones.

      Colourful collection of vintage movie heralds and advertisements from the private collection of Bastiaan Cornelis Pieter Hendrik van Baak, commercial advisor of the cinemas Maxim and City-Theatre in Bogor (former Buitenzorg), Indonesia, in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Many sheets contain synopsis and other details in both Indonesian and Dutch, which is noteworthy as Indonesia was no longer a Dutch colony. Musicals and adventures movies form the majority of the collection that includes Singin' In The Rain, An American In Paris, To Have And Have Not, Knock On Any Door, The Big Clock, The Prisoner Of Zenda and Joan Of Arc. The heralds were printed in the United States and most have the Amalgamated Lithographers of America Union label, with the local details (and often opening dates) added later. Many promote contemporary movies, but the collection also contains several heralds of older movies that had not been released earlier in Indonesia. A nice collection that gives an interesting insight in the theatrical life in the early days of the Republic of Indonesia. Extra added: Two small pictures of stars Clark Gable and Ava Gardner with stamp of the Bogor City-Theatre (10,8 x 8,7 cm), 1 issue of Ciné-Roman, containing story and pictures of White Cargo (MGM, 1942), and advertisements. (Wrappers, 19 pp.), and 7 heralds of German, British, Indonesian, Malayan and Philippine movies.All sheets are in very good to mint condition.

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      Philadelphia and New York: J.B. Lippincott Company, [1942]. First edition. A nearly fine copy in a very good or somewhat better dust jacket which rubbed at the spine edges and folds, mild shelf wear to spine ends and corner tips. An attractive copy of an important book. (17962). Octavo, pp. [1-8] 9-291 [292], cloth. "This is the kind of waking nightmare that is the essence of noir fiction, and in his fourth suspense novel Cornell Woolrich writing under the pseudonym William Irish, captures superbly the emotional torment and terror of the situation" Pronzini and Muller: 1001 Midnights, pp. 398-99. A Haycraft-Queen cornerstone title. Made into a film noir directed by Robert Siodmak in 1944. Johnson, The Dark Page pp. 290-291.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        Autograph Letter, signed ("Sinclair Lewis") responding to a query from Robert Wilson, student at Johns Hopkins University (and future proprietor of Phoenix Bookshop in New York City), recommending BABBITT in the "20th-century novel course. It is perhaps the most representative ..."

      Excelsior, Minn, 1942. One page, on personal letterhead. 1 vols. 4to. Fine, with envelope. One page, on personal letterhead. 1 vols. 4to. "Babbitt ... is perhaps most representative".

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Original Autographs by Sydney Granville, Helen Roberts, Grahame Clifford, Darell Fancourt, and other members of this famous Gilbert & Sullivan performing company, dated May 1942

      London: D'Oyley Carte Operas, 1942. 8 X 10 inch leaf with Original Autographs by Sydney Granville, Helen Roberts, Grahame Clifford, Darell Fancourt, and other members of this famous Gilbert & Sullivan performing company. From Autograph album with signatures by prominent stage actors, dancers and conductors comprising photographs, clipped signatures pasted onto album pages. VG.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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      Novelty press 1942 - -Elusive issue features THE CHAMELEON on black cover. -Basil Wolverton SPACEHAWK story. -Mickey Spillane text story. -Target and the Targeteers fight the Japanese. WWII. -Bottom staple rusty, one page has a small tear where it was stuck to part of the facing page. -Nice presentation. Condition: VG-

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        ANTI-ALLIES, ANTI-PARTISAN PROPAGANDA: Grossdeutschland [Greater Germany]

      Kranj, Slovenia: NS Gauverlag und Druckerei Kärnten GmbH [] 1942 - 8°, 40 pp. in German and Slovene, original wrappers with illustrated cover, stapled (Very Good, spine dusty with worm holes). A scarce propaganda pamphlet in German and Slovene, printed in Kranj, Slovenia, during WWII, by the Nazis, and published in Bled. The cover shows the Greater German Reich – Germany embracing the area from Prussia, to Bohemia, Slovenia, Tirol, Alsace and Lotaringia. The pamphlet is very rare. We could only trace five examples in the institutions worldwide.

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      C.S.I.C., Madrid 1942 - 20x28 342 pp.; 545 pp.; 532 pp.; 434 pp. Instituto Jerónimo Zurita Castilla La Mancha Historia de España Libro algo deslucidas. Interior intonso, algún punto de óxido. Buen estado general [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Autograph Letter Signed "Madame" on a Christmas card

      1942. unbound. 1 page on the inside of a custom-made Christmas card, each two-page spread measuring 6 x 4 inches, no place, no date, circa 1942, with the printed salutation: "A very Merry Christmas and The Happiest New Year. Maria Ouspenskaya." On the inside she wrote: "Dear Anne [Sheridan] After all Bob [Cummings] went through the southern rout (sic) and never hit Chicago. Cheerio. Madame." Having written with a fountain pen, there is slight bleeding to some of the words which does not detract. Fine condition. Very rare. Ouspenskaya appeared in her very last movie in 1942 titled "Kings Row" starring Ann Sheridan and Robert Cummings as well as Claude Rains, Ronald Reagan and Judith Anderson.

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      New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, [1942]. First edition. A near fine copy in a very good dust jacket, shelf wear along edges with some rubbing and tiny chipping, tear and creasing to lower left front corner, v shaped chip to upper rear panel affecting some text. Scarce in jacket. (9798). Octavo, cloth. Superb association copy of Ballard's first book, a hard boiled novel featuring Bill Lennox. Inscribed presentation copy signed by Ballard to Joseph Shaw, editor of Black Mask magazine: "To Joe Shaw who had/ more to do with Lennox's/ development than I did/ Tod Ballard." "Say Yes To Murder set the standard for the Hollywood murder mystery. By careful depiction of scene and close emphasis on character, Ballard created a cast of characters which became clichés of the movie industry: the crusty studio head, the long-suffering girlfriend, even cops who are less condescending than usual." -Pederson: St. James Guide to Crime and Mystery Writers (4th ed.), pp. 41-43. "Say Yes to Murder is a consistently rewarding hard boiled novel." - Pronzini and Muller: 1001 Midnights: The Aficionado's Guide To Mystery and Detective Fiction, pp. 39-40.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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