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        Figure-Prints of Japan.

      Sydney, Australia Beacon Press 1948 - Folio. 53pp. One of forty deluxe copies, signed by the author. A lovely production, illustrated with thirty-six color plates. The plates are genuine prints: beautifully made modern reproductions of the originals, done in Japan. The text traces the rise and fall of the Ukiyo-ye school of Japanese wood-engraving, from its origins with the artist Moronobu in the seventeenth century, to its decline under Western influences in the nineteenth century. Ukiyo-ye is translated as "pictures of the floating world," and prints of this genre depict the carefree pleasures of life: a world of entertainment and beauty, beyond mundane, everyday concerns. Ukiyo-ye challenged the traditional aristocratic and courtly schools of painting, and the plates depict people of the lower classes, including actors and courtesans, the finely-dressed beauties of the city, and tea-house waitresses. Artists of this school featured in Barnett's work include Utamaro, Shunsho, Harunobu, and Kiyonaga. Sumptuously bound in silk brocade, backed in gilt-ruled vellum. The endpapers bear prints of a woman carrying an umbrella, surrounded by borders of red maple leaves. A few very faint spots of offsetting from the plates, else a very fine copy. With the armorial bookplate of Bernard Gore Brett and a small, unobtrusive bookseller's label to front pastedown. An enchanting introduction to the art form. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      McClelland & Stewart, Toronto 1948 - The Complete Set of INDIAN FILE BOOKS. Toronto. McClelland & Stewart, 1948-1958. Cloth & various coloured patterned paper over boards. Designed by Paul Arthur, the managing editor of HERE AND NOW, typographically the most innovative & striking periodical of the 1940's. The series was more or less an annual collections of the best poetry of each year & was of colossal importance in the 1950's. Indian File 1, Daniells, Roy DEEPER INTO THE FOREST [1948]. Indian File 2, Finch, Robert THE STRENGTH OF THE HILLS [1948]. Indian File 3, Reaney, James THE RED HEART [1949]. Indian File 4, Wreford, James OF TIME AND THE LOVER [1950]. Indian File 5, Bailey, A.C. BORDER RIVER [1952]. Indian File 6, Anderson, Patrick THE COLOUR AS NAKED [1953]. Indian File 7, Page, P.K. THE METAL AND THE FLOWER [1954]. Indian File 8, Webb, Phyllis EVEN YOUR RIGHT EYE [1956]. Indian File 9, Glassco, John. THE DEFICIT MADE FLESH [1958]. Fine copies in very good or better dustwrappers showing light use. The Finch & Wreford books are Review Copies with the publisher's slip present. The Reaney is signed & the Glassco is a fine inscribed presentation copy. Nine volumes. While individual volumes of several titles are quite common, a few are very scarce & complete sets are difficult to assemble. $2650 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Just William's Luck

      Newnes, London 1948 - Dust jacket slightly faded to spine but otherwise bright and exceptionally rare in this condition. Book covers minimally faded [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      George Visat, Paris 1948. - 1a Edición////Ilustrado con dibujos de Christian Alanore.//Perfecto estado. Muy buen ejemplar.//18x21. 67 págs.//Narrativa Universal, Vanguardias

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        Derrière Le Miroir N° 14 - 15.

      Maeght 1948 - 7 Lithographies originales en couleurs de Miro. Second tirage de la première édition (Sans mention), souvent décrite comme la première, bel exemplaire. Cramer " Miro, Les livres illustrés" N° 16.

      [Bookseller: La Basse Fontaine]
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      - Paris LEVASSEUR 1948 . Deux volumes in 8 de 181 pp et 181 pp , ornés de 69 aquarelles de Sylvain SAUVAGE , gravés par POILLIOT , coloriées par BEAUFUME . Reliures demi chagrin à coins , 4 nerfs ornés , bleu nuit , dans un étui assorti , couvertures conservées . Dos légèrement passé . 137 x 223 mm . Un des 70 exemplaires sur VELIN d ' ARCHES avec une suite en noir des 69 illustrations . ( n ° 86 ).Très bel ensemble . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Paris: Georges Visat 1948 - First edition, first printing. Number 46 of only 186 numbered copies printed on velin d’Arches (of a total edition of 225). 20 etchings by Christiane Alanore. A near fine copy in wrappers, a couple of pages showing a thin strip of very light spotting to the edges (not affecting text or illustration) housed in the publisher’s lightly worn and marked slipcase. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        1. Physical principles involved in transistor action. 2. The theory of p-n junctions in semiconductors and p-n junction transistors. 3. Communication theory of secrecy systems.

      1948 - First Comprehensive Report on the Transistor, with Shannon's Foundation of Modern Cryptography(1) Bardeen, John (1908-91) and Brattain, Walter (1902-87). Physical principles involved in transistor action. In Bell System Technical Journal 28, no. 2 (April 1949): 239-77. (2) Shockley, William (1910-89). The theory of p-n junctions in semiconductors and p-n junction transistors. In ibid.: 435-89. (3) Shannon, Claude (1916-2001). Communication theory of secrecy systems. In ibid.: 656-715. Whole volume. iv, 753, [1], v-viii pp. Illustrated. 221 x 148 mm. Library buckram. Very good. Library stamps and label on endpapers.(1) First Editions. No. (1), Bardeen and Brattain's paper, is the first comprehensive report on the point-contact transistor, created in December 1947 and announced in three brief papers published in the Physical Review in 1948. The transistor gradually replaced the bulkier vacuum tube, allowing heat reduction and miniaturization of electronic devices. Transistors began to be employed on a large scale in computer manufacturing in the late 1950s; they were eventually miniaturized and incorporated into microprocessors.Bardeen and Brattain shared the 1956 Nobel Prize for physics with William Shockley (see below) for their investigations of semiconductors (the materials of which transistors are made) and for their discovery of the transistor. Origins of Cyberspace 450.No. (2) is a detailed account of the junction transistor invented by Shockley shortly after Bardeen and Brattain's invention of the point-contact transistor. Shockley's design marked a substantial improvement over the point-contact transistor, whose "delicate mechanical configuration would be difficult to manufacture in high volume with sufficient reliability" (Computer History Museum, "The silicon engine: A timeline of semiconductors in computers" [internet reference]). Shockley disagreed with Bardeen and Brattain's explanation of how the transistor worked, claiming that "positively charged holes could also penetrate through the bulk germanium material-not only trickle along a surface layer. Called 'minority carrier injection,' this phenomenon was crucial to operation of his junction transistor, a three-layer sandwich of n-type and p-type semiconductors separated by p-n junctions. This is how all 'bipolar' junction transistors work today" (ibid.). Bell Laboratories began manufacturing junction transistors in quantity in 1951; they dominated the market for many years. Magill, Nobel Prize Winners: Physics, pp. 675-704.No. (3), Shannon's discussion of cryptography from the viewpoint of information theory, "is one of the foundational treatments (arguably the foundational treatment) of modern cryptography. It is also a proof that all theoretically unbreakable ciphers must have the same requirements as the one-time pad [a secret random key used only once]" (Wikipedia). Shannon published an earlier version of his cryptography research in the classified report A Mathematical Theory of Cryptography (Memorandum MM 45-110-02, Bell Laboratories, Sept. 1, 1945). Shannon, Collected Papers, no. 25. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Yom ha-Medinah: Marking Israel's Declaration of Independence-May 1948

      Jerusalem 1948 - Newspaper. Yom ha-Medinah. Jerusalem, May 14, 1948. 2 pp. 16 1/2 x 22 in., unframed. Excerpt"The General Assembly of the United Nations passed a resolution authorizing the establishment of a Jewish state . . . by reason of our natural and historic right, we hereby proclaim the establishment of.the State of Israel." Historical BackgroundOn May 14, 1948, "the last day of foreign rule", the Hebrew newspapers in Palestine published a joint issue titled Yom ha-Medinah, "The Day of the State," announcing the establishment of the State of Israel.The front page contains the entire Israeli Declaration of Independence, signed that day by the members of the Provisional State Council, as well as an announcement that all the regulations of the British "White Paper" of 1939 are null and void.In April, the 13-member National Administration and a National Council had voted to appoint a committee of five to draft the Declaration of Independence. The council then voted unanimously to approve the Declaration written by the five-member commission. Israel's National Council and representatives from a variety of other agencies met in Tel Aviv Museum Hall to sign the Declaration on their actual Independence day. By contrast, America's Declaration was not engrossed and signed until a month after July 4, 1776. Also, the names of the 37 signers of Israel's Declaration were immediately published, while in America the names of the signers did not appear in print until the next year. Another contrast is the visual record. Photographs (published here) and film show the moment of Israeli independence. There were no images from July 4, 1776-the ubiquitous picture of the signing was painted by John Trumbull in 1817-1819 as he imagined it.ConditionGood. Some folds reinforced, three pieces loose but present, only one affecting text.

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      - SEUSS,DR. THIDWICK THE BIG-HEARTED MOOSE. NY: Random House (1948). 4to, pictorial boards, Fine in dw with chip at head of spine, with Junior Literary Guild on spine of dw and book and with price intact. Despite the Junior Literary Guild imprint, this is a 1st ed. 1st issue with 8 line copyright notice that includes the lithographer's name and with the background of the dustwrapper done in a striped design as opposed to solid blue. A beautiful copy of an early Seuss title in excellent condition and with great color illus. on every page. Younger/Hirsch 77 variant. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ludwiga, Karla (Karel Ludwig). Fotografie.

      Ceskoslovenske Filmove Nakladatelstvi, Prag. 1948.. 4°. OBrosch. unp.. Ränder leicht berieben. Kleiner, schön hinterlegter Einriss im Umschlag, insgesamt schönes Expl.

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        The Second World War, full set of six British first editions

      London: Cassell and Company, Ltd., 1948. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Very good/Near fine. Here is a collector-worthy full set of British first editions of The Second World War, Churchill's history of the epic 20th Century struggle that was so indelibly stamped by his leadership. Seldom, if ever, has history endowed a statesman with both singular ability to make history, and singular ability to write it. As with so much of what Churchill wrote, The Second World War is not "history" in the strictly academic, objectivist sense, but rather Churchill's perspective on history. In his March 1948 introduction to the first volume, Churchill himself made the disclaimer, "I do not describe it as history... it is a contribution to history..." Nonetheless the compelling fact remains, as stated by Churchill himself, "I am perhaps the only man who has passed through both the two supreme cataclysms of recorded history in high Cabinet office... I was for more than five years in this second struggle with Germany the Head of His Majesty's government. I write, therefore, from a different standpoint and with more authority than was possible in my earlier books." Certainly The Second World War may be regarded as an intensely personal and inherently biased history. Nonetheless, Churchill's work remains seminal, iconic, and a vital part of the historical record. Richard Langworth calls the six-volume epic "indispensable reading for anyone who seeks a true understanding of the war that made us what we are today." Jacketed British first edition sets in marginal condition are not uncommon. However, the coarse cloth bindings of this edition proved susceptible to soiling and mildew, the contents (printed on post-war "Economy Standards" paper) proved highly prone to spotting, the red-stained top edges are most often severely faded, and the dust jackets proved exceptionally vulnerable to pronounced spine toning. Consequently, superior jacketed sets have become scarce. Here is a collector-worthy full set of British first editions featuring very good plus volumes in near-fine plus dust jackets. What distinguishes this set is the unusually bright jackets with particularly bright spines. One has to have seen many jacketed sets - as we have - to appreciate truly bright jacket spines on the rare occasions that such survivors appear. All six dust jackets are bright and complete with no losses and unclipped front flaps that retain the original prices. Spine presentation is excellent. The dust jackets retain bright red spine titles and show none of the usual toning - really no color shift at all between the jacket faces and spines, which is quite rare. Only Volume III, the Grand Alliance, shows the merest hint of any dulling, and even this jacket is a notably fresh example. Barely discernible wear at a few spine ends is the only flaw we find to report. The dust jackets are protected in removable, archival quality clear covers. The coarse black cloth bindings of the books themselves are uniformly tight, square, and clean, with bright spine gilt. We note a few tiny corner bumps. The contents are clean with no previous ownership marks and no internal spotting. The red stained top edges show varied sunning, but all top edges retain color, varying from dark pink in the early volumes to red in the final volumes. There is moderate spotting to the page edges of all six volumes. Please note that this set may require additional postage. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A240.4(I-VI).a, Woods/ICS A123(ba), Langworth p.264.

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        General Eisenhower?s signed D-Day Orders to his troops bound in a limited numbered First Edition of his ?Crusade in Europe?

      D-Day Order of the Day signed ?Dwight D. Eisenhower,? one page, 6.5? x 9.5?. Bound in before the title page of ?Crusade in Europe? by Dwight D. Eisenhower, 559 pages, 6.5? x 9.5?. Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Co., Inc., 1948. ?First Edition? stated on copyright page. ?This edition is limited / to one thousand four hundred and twenty-six / numbered and signed copies, / of which one thousand four hundred and one / are for sale. / This is number? with ?897? in ink. The tan cloth covers and spine are rippled and stained. The pages preceding the text as well as the index pages in the back of the book are rippled. In custom made slipcase.Order of the Day 6 June 1944. Headed ?Supreme Headquarters / Allied Expeditionary Force.? In full,?Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen of the Allied Expeditionary Force !You are about to embark upon the Great Crusade, toward which we have striven these many months. The eyes of the world are upon you. The hopes and prayers of liberty-loving peop

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        Other Voices Other Rooms

      Random House, New York 1948 - First Edition, First Printing with the words "FIRST PRINTING" printed on the copyright page. This copy is SIGNED by Truman Capote on a laid in signature. A stunning copy. This ORIGINAL dustjacket is vibrant in color with NO chips or pieces missing. This First Issue dustjacket has the $2.75 printed price present with a hint of wear to the edges. The book is in great shape. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning and the boards are crisp. The pages are clean, with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A fabulous copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION in collector's condition. We buy SIGNED Capote First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Babe Ruth Story

      New York: E. P. Dutton. Very Good in Good+ dust jacket. 1948. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Signed by Babe Ruth on the half title page, purchased from a long time editor at Dutton, this item comes with a Letter of Authenticity from PSA/DNA and has been "permanently marked with an invisible DNA daub that will fluoresce under a patented laser lamp." You can buy with the assurance that you are purchasing an authentic Ruth signed item. The book is in very good to very good + condition,. There are two jackets, the original first edition jacket with the $3.00 price that is a bit edgeworn and chipped along the top and has a large tear and fading along the bottom edge of the front panel. There is also twelfth printing jacket with a $4.95 price that is in very good + condition with moderate wear along the bottom edge and a label on the spine. This is truly a classic, collector's item. ; Photographs; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Signed by Author .

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        Blueberries For Sal. SIGNED By Robert McCloskey

      , NY, The Viking Press, 1948. 11 1/8 X 8 3/4 First Edition Hardcover. Book condition: Very Good

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      El Paso: Carl Hertzog, 1948., 1948. First edition. Limited to 50 copies, A variant binding of 50 copies. Decorated cloth, 30 unnumbered pages, preface, maps, illustrated. Preface by J. Evetts Haley. Illustrated by Harold Bugbee. Contributing authors are H. Bailey Carroll, LeRoy Hafen, J. Evetts Haley, John L. McCarty, Jack Potter, Floyd Benjamin Streeter, and Stanley Vestal. The Trails discussed are Great Comanche War Trail, The Old Santa Fe Trail, Fort Smith-Santa Fe Trail, The Marcy Trail, The Butterfield Trail, Arkansas River Route, The Goodnight Trail, The Western Trail, The Rath Trail, and Tascosa-Dodge City Trail. A wonderful Carl Hertzog item as well as a splendid contribution to trails that helped to develop the American West. Lowman 54 says, (Quoting Carl Hertzog): "... at the same time I printed 750 to bind in tan cloth with slipcase. Although I paid plenty for the slipcases they went to pieces and we ran short of cloth. So I handmade a few slipcases and bound 50 copies in a chocolate colored cloth of a higher quality...." Fine in original slipcase with original paper label on spine and moderate wear to the extremities. Scarce. HERD 962. LOWMAN 54. DYKES HIGH SPOTS 73. ROBINSON 161.

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        President Truman thanks Treasury Secretary Snyder for, unbeknownst to the American people, his help in ?planning of the European Recovery Program? ? the Marshall Plan ? his ?careful analysis of the economic needs of sixteen countries and the development of a detailed program of United States assistance??

      Typed Letter Signed ?Harry S. Truman? as President, 1p, 8? x 10.5?. White House stationery watermarked with the presidential seal, Washington, April 26, 1948. To his Secretary of the Treasury, John W. Snyder. Minor surface creases. Fine Condition.In full, \"I want to express my personal appreciation to you and to the members of your department who worked on the planning of the European Recovery Program. I know that you and the members of your staff put in a great many hours of voluntary overtime on this project. / The careful analysis of the economic needs of sixteen countries and the development of a detailed program of United States assistance in meeting these needs presented problems of extreme complexity and difficulty. The challenge of these problems was met by hard, intelligent, and cooperative work by all the individuals and agencies concerned. As a result the Administrator has been able to get this vital program into action without delay. / I am sure that the American peop

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        Biggles in the Orient

      Hodder & Stoughton, 1948. Hardcover. Good. Signed. London: Hodder & Stoughton Limited, 1948. Signed. First edition, second printing. Signed by the author on the front free end paper. In Good condition, in a Good dust jacket, price intact. Name and address of previous owner penned onto front paste down. Storage odor to pages. Front board is bowed out, with light creasing visible on front paste down. Cloth shows wear and soiling. The dust jacket has erased pencil to front flap, several pieces of tape, and shows rubbing, chipping and loss. Signed.

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        Theatre Street. The Reminiscences of …

      London: Constable & Company Ltd.,, 1948. Octavo. Original blue cloth, title gilt to the spine. With the dust jacket. Colour portrait frontispiece and 16 other plates. Slightly cocked, hinges repaired, light toning, but a very good copy in a rubbed jacket, splitting on the folds and with some internal tape repairs. First published in 1930, this the revised and enlarged edition with an additional chapter on Diaghilev, "a portrait in the mirror of my affection". This copy inscribed on the half-title to the artist, composer, and author Pigeon Crowle "with my kind remembrances, Tamara Karasavina, 1954". Bookplate of Pigeon Crowle to the front pastedown, and that of founding director of the Theatre Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, and balletomane Alexander Shouvaloff to the front free endpaper. Lively autobiography named for the street where the Mariinsky Theatre was located, covering Karsavina's early life, her training at the Imperial Ballet School, and her career at the Mariinsky and the Ballets Russes. In 1918, having married a British diplomat, Karsavina settled in England and began teaching ballet professionally, becoming recognised as one of the founders of modern British ballet. She assisted in the establishment of The Royal Ballet, and was a founder member of the Royal Academy of Dance. Loosely inserted News-Letter of the Federation of Russian Classical Ballet for Summer, 1955 reprinting an address given by Karsavina at the Federation's annual congress, and advertising a special mime class she was to conduct as part of the First Annual Teacher's Course. A very pleasing copy of this the best edition.

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        The Heart of the Matter

      William Heinemann Ltd, 1948-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1948. 297 p. First edition, first printing. (This, the British edition precedes all others.) Very Good+ condition in Very Good dust jacket. Clean pages and sturdy binding. Former owners' name and stamp on front end paper, light wear to bottom edge and toning of pages with age. Jacket has some chipping at head, edge wear, light soiling and rubbing, but spine panel shows very little fading (which is uncommonly nice), price intact, and presents well. A nice example of a dust jacket that is hard to find in presentable shape.

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        Between Pacific Tides

      Stanford, Stanford University Press, 1948, first edition thus, dust jacket. Hardcover. This is actually the second edition, but it is the first with the foreword by John Steinbeck, includes line drawings by Ritchie Lovejoy, color frontispiece with tissue guard, with several suites of b&w plates, this influential book is "an account of the habits and habitats of some five hundred of the common, conspicuous seashore invertebrates of the Pacific Coast between Sitka, Alaska, and northern Mexico," first published in 1939, more than 70 years later this important and influential book is still in print, very scarce in this first appearance, even the Morrow catalogue lacked a copy, Goldstone & Payne B58. Fine in a very good jacket.

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        La lampe dans l'horloge.

      Robert Marin 1948 - - Robert Marin, Paris 1948, 11x17cm, broché sous chemise et étui. - Edition originale, un des exemplaires numérotés sur alfa mousse, le nôtre non justifié. Précieux et exceptionnel envoi autographe signé de l&#39 auteur à Jean-Paul Sartre. Notre exemplaire est présenté sous chemise et étui en plein cartonnage amande, pièce de titre et mention "exemplaire de J.P. Sartre" de maroquin rouge. Cette dédicace du pape du surréalisme au maître de l'existentialisme dont les rares rencontres, notamment à New York, n'ont laissé presque aucune trace dans les biographies, est d'autant plus surprenante que Jean-Paul Sartre vient juste de publier dans Qu'est-ce que la littérature un article au vitriol contre Breton : « L'accord de principe du surréalisme et du PC contre la bourgeoisie ne dépasse pas le formalisme c'est l'idée formelle de négativité qui les unit [.] la négativité se maintient quoi qu'on en dise, en dehors de l'histoire : à la fois dans l'instant et dans l'éternel elle est la fin absolue de la littérature et de l'art. Quelque part, Breton affirme [.] la « mission sacrée » du prolétariat. Mais précisément, cette classe conçue comme une légion d'anges exterminateurs n'est véritablement pour les auteurs qu'un mythe religieux et qui joue, pour la tranquillisation de leur conscience, un rôle analogue à celui que jouait le mythe du Peuple, en 1848, pour les écrivains de bonne volonté. » André Breton ne répondra pas plus aux critiques de Sartre qu'à celles que formulera, l'année suivante, Simone de Beauvoir dans Le deuxième sexe. Ce petit ouvrage politique autant que poétique s'inscrit cependant dans le combat commun des deux intellectuels au sein du très éphémère Rassemblement Démocratique Révolutionnaire fondé en 1947 par Sartre ayant rapidement avorté malgré l'investissement actif de Breton. 1948 fut donc la seule rencontre intellectuelle de ces deux grands « maîtres à penser » de la seconde moitié du XXème, dont les personnalités, exclusives et intransigeantes ne permettaient pas une communion de pensée durable. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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      . Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Barcelona. Ayuntamiento de Barcelona. 1948. 35x24. Pergamino. Mecanografiado. 10Pag+25fotos originales+4mapas. Fotografias de Reportero-Grafico Sagarra. Eleccion de la Ciudad para los Juegos Olimpicos de 1956 celebrada el dia 27 de julio de 1948, Londres; Royal Institut Of British Architects. Contiene Ex libris. Raro ejemplar. Ref 7.2 Biblioteca A

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        Het Achterhuis (The Diary of a Young Girl)

      Uitgeverij Contact, 1948. Hardcover. Good. Amsterdam: Uitgeverij Contact, 1948. First Edition, Third Printing with statement in Dutch of "Derde Druk", which translates into Third Printing. Lacking dust jacket. Good+ condition. Clean, with no marking. Age toned pages. Front and rear hinge starting. Exterior shows sunning to spine. Slant to spine, split along rear hinge of spine. Light rubbing and wear. A nice overall copy, of a very early printing in the original Dutch.

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        L'état de siège.

      Gallimard 1948 - - Gallimard, Paris 1948, 12x19cm, relié. - Edition originale, un des exemplaires du service de presse. Envoi autographe signé de l&#39 auteur à Henri Gouhier. Papier jauni comme généralement, dos insolé, exemplaire complet de son prière d&#39 insérer. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      . Zustand: Como Nuevo Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Barcelona. 1948. Piel. 32x24. Magnifico ejemplar en gran papel con una tirada de 138 ejemplares(N°62) e ilustrado con 10 aguafuertes. 241pag mas indice. Ref-9.1 Biblioteca A.

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        The Second World War

      London: Cassell & Co. ltd, 1948-54. FIRST EDITION. 6 vols., 8-1/2" x 5-3/4", illustrated throughout with maps and plans, many folding. A fine, clean set, finely bound in recent full dark blue morocco leather, ribbed gilt decorated spines, gilt lettered red morocco spine labels, spine compartments with gilt stamped rampant lion device, covers ruled in gilt, all edges gilt. A fine set of Churchill's monumental history.

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        Sens et non-sens.

      Nagel 1948 - - Nagel, Paris 1948, 12x19cm, broché. - Edition originale, un des exemplaires du service de presse. Précieux envoi autographe signé de l&#39 auteur à Maurice Nadeau ". avec toute la sympathie." Dos légèrement insolé. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        To Say If You Love Someone, and Other Selected Love Poems.

      Prairie City Illinois: The Decker Press 1948 - First edition, small 8vo, (vi, 36) pp. Later bookplate. Original purple patterned boards, glassine wrapper printed in red, slightly browned with minor loss to spine ends and corners. Morgan A17, not noting this binding. One of "perhaps" 200 copies, and undoubtedly scarce with the frail wrapper.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB)]
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        L'Ingenu Amor. Edició Definitiva Il.lustrada Amb Cinc Gravats Sobre Boix a Tot Color Per Antoni Ollé I Pinell I Amb Cinc Motius Ornamentals Del Mateix Gravador.

      Lluís Sibils, Barcelona 1948 - 125pp. más una suite aparte de los grabados. Todo en muy buen papel de hilo. De una edición total de 191 ejemplares, el nuestro de la tirada de 35, conteniendo la serie de grabados aparte. Ejemplar nominado. Firma autógrafa del autor. Excelente media piel de Cambras. Size: Gran Folio [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        A Long Fourth and other Stories

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co, 1948. First edition. First edition. Peter Taylor's first book, a collection of seven stories, in publisher's original black cloth binding. Introduction by Robert Penn Warren. It is signed and inscribed to Bill Starr on the front free endpaper. Starr, an author and reviewer, has been at the forefront for over decades in advancing Southern literature, first as book review editor for The State newspaper in Columbia, SC and later as the executive director of the Georgia Center for the Book in Decatur, GA. This is a fine, tight book with sunning to the jacket spine. Signed by the author.

      [Bookseller: Sawtooth Books]
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