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        The Old Man and the Sea

      Charles Scribner's Sons, 1952. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1952. First Edition / First Printing / First Issue. Dated 1952 with Scribner's "A" present with the Seal. Blue cloth boards. Hemingway's photo at the rear panel. No mention of the Nobel or Pulitzer Prize. {ref: Hanneman A24a}. Book Condition: Very Good+, clean boards, tight spine. Name at the front endpaper, age toning at the spine and the rear panel. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good+, clean jacket, shelf wear. Light age toning, a small piece of black tape over the jacket price. Wrapped in a new removable mylar cover.

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        The Grass Harp

      William Heinemann Ltd, London 1952 - The uncorrected proof of the first British edition of Capote's second novel, bound in simple printed wraps declaring "PROOF COPY / FOR YOUR PERSONAL READING." Water stained at the upper edge of the front and rear wraps, and at the heel of the spine; abrasion to the rear wrap from a sticker removal; internally clean; a very good copy of a very scarce issue: there's no need, and little use, waiting for a better one. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        J. FRANK DOBIE. THE SAGA OF THE SOUTHWEST

      New York & Houston: Printed by Joseph I. Sonnenreich Packaged Programs, for Citadel Films, 1952. [22]pp. Folio. Illustrated. Original pictorial wrappers, laid into a cowhide-covered folding case with cartographic endpapers reproduced from CORONADO'S CHILDREN, the whole stored in the printer's original transmittal box with manuscript spine title reading "J. FRANK DOBIE." Light foxing to edges of wrappers, minor wear to the transmittal box. Overall near fine. An exquisitely-produced, substantial, and unique promotional presentation for a proposed twenty-six- episode television show based on the Texas and Southwestern stories of J. Frank Dobie. The promotional includes a short biography of Dobie, and a large photograph of him, with laudatory quotations from the likes of Tom Lea, Carl Sandburg, Everett DeGolyer, Stanley Marcus, and others, portions of original dust jackets decorating a few pages, and explanatory text interspersed throughout, including production credits for the film company, Citadel Films Incorporated. The most notable aspect of the production lies in the original watercolor elements found throughout the work, specifically the handsome front cover as titlepage, the various marginal calligraphy and illustrations, and the sixteen original watercolor storyboards that comprise four pages of the work. The storyboards depict scenes of cowboys, Indians, gold miners, and other familiar western tropes highlighting a sample episode titled, "Seminole Bill's Gold" (most certainly based on the story of the Lost Nigger Mine, the subject of Chapter VIII in Dobie's CORONADO'S CHILDREN). No record exists of a finished episode or series adapted from Dobie's stories and produced by Citadel Films. Oddly enough, the text regarding the production of the show is written in the past tense, implying that the show was actually completed: "The idea of filming the Dobie stories for television was undertaken with infinite care and attention to detail. In order to preserve and project the magnetic personality of a superb story-teller a semi-documentary technique was utilized. Each of the films opens with a personal introduction by Mr. Dobie. From that point on they develop in dramatized sequences interwoven with the author's narration. All are separate and complete photoplays within themselves." It is possible that a pilot episode or some number of shows were actually produced, though no footage seems to survive today. The production credits for Citadel Films are included, identifying John W. Richey as producer, the screenwriter as Robert Arch Green, Vincent Blake as director, Horace Flemming as cinematographer, and Ray Girard as the composer. Citadel Films is identified with a Houston address, on San Jacinto Street, though no record of their work seems to have survived, with no mention of Citadel or any of the names above listed in the Dobie papers at the Harry Ransom Center. The HRC does, however, hold a file on "Children's Television Films, Inc., 1953." According to a Dec. 5, 1952 United Press report, Dobie signed a contract with Children's Television Films, of Houston, Texas, turning over television rights to his works. The president of that company is identified as John W. Richey, who discusses adapting Dobie's work into a series of 30-minute television programs. Why Citadel Films became Children's Television Films, or whether or why Richey jumped ship from Citadel to Children's Television Films, Inc. is lost to history. Also, why such an elegant and large format item such as this was produced at all is an intriguing mystery. It could have been presented to Dobie himself as a memorial for the show, though that is mere conjecture. An elaborate, one-of-a-kind production relating to a seemingly-unproduced television program based on the stories written by the man many believe to be the greatest author and steward of Texas and Southwestern folklore who ever lived.

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        To Catch A Thief.

      New York: Random House, 1952 - Octavo. Original black cloth and pattern boards. With the dust jacket. In the toned dust jacket with wear to extremities, short closed tears to rear edges, wear along flap folds, sunning to spine lettering. A very good copy. First edition, first printing. Basis for the 1955 Alfred Hitchcock film starring Cary Grant and Grace Kelly. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        East of Eden

      Viking Press 1952 - Viking Press, New York 1952. First Edition / First Printing / First Issue. First Published by the Viking Press in September 1952 on the copyright. "Bite" on page 281. Green cloth boards. Steinbeck's photo at the rear panel without reviews. Book Condition: Fine, tight spine, clean boards and pages. Soft shelf wear at the spine. Dust Jacket Condition: Good, price clipped, tears, light spots. Shelf wear. Wrapped in a new mylar cover. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Wilhelm Raabe. Interessanter eigenhändiger Brief über die Wertschätzung seiner jungen Leserschaft mit Unterschrift. Braunschweig, 18. März 1901

      kleiner gefalteter Brief auf chamoix-farbenem Briefpapier mit prächtigem Wasserzeichen, ausgefaltet 22,5 x 17,5 cm, von Wilhelm Raabe eigenhändig verfasst und mit vollem Namenszug signiert, Beilage: Zeitungsartikel von R.J. Humm über "Raabe, der Meister des Romanhaft-Wunderbaren" um 1952, sauber und sehr gut erhalten "Braunschweig, 18 März 1901 / Geehrter Herr! / Es freut mich immer, wenn ich höre, daß ich durch meine Lebensarbeit auch der Jugend etwas zum Nutzen und zur Freude gethan habe. Davon ist mir auch Ihr Brief ein erfreuliches Zeichen gewesen und hoffe ich, daß Sie auch in späteren Jahren mir Ihre Theilnahme erhalten werden! / Mit freundlichem Gruß / Wilh Raabe"

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        DUVEEN

      New York: Random House, 1952. Cloth. Illustrations by Saul Steinberg. Spine somewhat rubbed, but a good, sound copy, internally very good, without dust jacket. First edition. A very appropriate association copy, inscribed by Behrman to the subject of his 1960 biography: "For Max Beerbohm, whom I have adored for many years and whom I would love to see for one lunch, for one cup of tea, for a few moments' conversation, at the merest hint, the faintest nudge. From S. N. Behrman New York: March 1952." This biography of the prominent art dealer appeared first as an extended profile in THE NEW YORKER, and in the same fashion, Behrman's PORTRAIT OF MAX appeared as a NEW YORKER profile, and subsequently in book form, in 1960. Beerbohm evidently did read this copy, as on the rear free endsheet he has penciled three page references and noted "Norman Robertson and C. Lowther and the doubtful Giorgione. / Jangton Douglas 184."

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        Set of five pamphlets recording speeches given at Pilgrim Society occasions. "Speeches at a Dinner in Honour of His Excellency the American Ambassador The Hon. Frank B. Kellogg"; "Speeches at the Dinner to Celebrate the Bi-centenary of the Birth of George Washington"; "Order of Ceremony at the Unveiling of the Memorial to President Roosevelt by Mrs. Roosevelt"; "The Pilgrims Dinner to Mrs. Roosevelt at the Savoy Hotel"; "Speeches at the Pilgrims Dinner in honour of General Matthew B. Ridgway, U.S.A. (Supreme Commander, Allied Powers in Europe) at the Savoy Hotel".

      [London:] 1925-1952 - 5 works, small and large octavo. Plain white, cream, or grey card wrappers, wire-stitched (except for one stitched with purple ribbon), front wrappers lettered and illustrated in black or purple. Light rubbing and creasing to wrapper extremities, minor loss to front wrapper tip of one pamphlet, a fine set. Woodcut logo to front cover of each pamphlet in black or purple, two seating plans, several black and white photographs. First edition, first impression. This collection of pamphlets dates from 30 January 1925 to 14 October 1952, preserving speeches from Pilgrim Society events held at the Savoy or Hotel Victoria in London. Established in 1902, the objective of the Pilgrims Societies of Great Britain and the United States was, and remains, to encourage and preserve the Anglo-American relationship. There are transcriptions of speeches by, amongst many others, Eleanor Roosevelt, King George VI, Nicholas Murray Butler, and Winston Churchill. (Two of the pamphlets include speeches given by Winston Churchill that are not recorded in Cohen.) Alphabetical lists of the attending Pilgrims and their guests, as well as detailed seating plans, are also included. The Pilgrims Society's logo was designed by Hugh Fisher, an artist at the Illustrated News, and depicts the lion of Great Britain and the eagle of the USA accompanying a pilgrim on his travels, as another pilgrim above him exclaims over new inventions: the car, bicycle, steamship, train, and airplane. The society's motto, "hic et ubique" ("here and everywhere") is written below. Cohen, D62, D131. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ulysse [Ulysses With a SIGNED card by James Joyce] Traduction intégrale par Auguste Morel, assisté de Stuart Gilbert entièrement revue par Valery Larbaud et l'Auteur.

      Paris: Gallimard. 10th edition.. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear and some stronger signs of foxing to the first and last two pages. The Gallimard edition of Joyce's masterpiece, Ulysses, with James Joyce's original signature on a card laid down on the upper printed wrapper. Joyce has signed his name in green ink obliquely across the card which may have been clipped from a larger document. This has been laid down in the middle of the page between the printed title and the imprint, Gallimard, at the foot of the page. The whole book, including the original Gallimard card wrappers has been bound in handsome quarter green morocco over marbled boards. All examples of Joyce's signature are desirable; this example recently emerged from a significant American collection.. 10th edition. Paris, Gallimard, 1952. 8°. 710 pages. Original wrappers bound in Hardcover, quarter green morocco with gilt lettering on spine. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear and some stronger signs of foxing to the first and last two pages. The Gallimard edition of Joyce's masterpiece, Ulysses, with James Joyce's original signature on a card laid down on the upper printed wrapper. Joyce has signed his name in green ink obliquely across the card which may have been clipped from a larger document. This has been laid down in the middle of the page between the printed title and the imprint, Gallimard, at the foot of the page. The whole book, including the original Gallimard card wrappers has been bound in handsome quarter green morocco over marbled boards. All examples of Joyce's signature are desirable; this example recently emerged from a significant American collection.

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        Zorba the Greek

      John Lehmann, 1952. Hardcover. Good/Good. 1952. First Edition. 319 pages. Pictorial jacket over red boards. The 1st edition, 1st printing of the English translation. It has the author's name mis-spelt on the dustjacket and on the title page. Spelt 'Kazantzaki' without the 's' at the end. A gift inscription on the ffep. Internally the text is neat and clean, some brown spotting to the page ends and edges. Some softening and browning to the spine and board edges. Red boards with silver lettering have slight and uniform fading. A firm and square binding. The dustjacket ( by Stein) is price clipped, slight chipping to spine ends and browning to edges. Overall this an attractive and well preserved book.

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        Maps and Map-makers

      London, Batsford, 1952, in-4, , cartonnage, jaquette illustrée, Seconde édition

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        Gesammelte Schriften. 7 Bände.

      8.Rote Ganzlederbände mit Rücktitelvergoldung, Kopfgoldschnitt u. Lesebändchen im Orig.-Pappschuber.. Mileck I, D. - Exemplar der Vorzugsausgabe in Leder. - Dünndruckausgabe. - Neudruck der 6-bändigen "Gesammelten Dichtungen" von 1952, erweitert um den 7. Band "Betrachtungen und Briefe" in erster Ausgabe. Erschien noch zu Lebzeiten Hermann Hesses und ist die vollständigste Ausgabe der Werke und Briefe. - Die Bände in schöner und frischer Erhaltung. Der Schuber mit mäßigen Gebrauchsspuren.

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        Ulysse. [Ulysses With a SIGNED card by James Joyce] Traduction intégrale par Auguste Morel, assisté de Stuart Gilbert entièrement revue par Valery Larbaud et l'Auteur.

      Paris, Gallimard 1952 - 10th edition. 8°. 710 pages. Original wrappers bound in Hardcover, quarter green morocco with gilt lettering on spine. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear and some stronger signs of foxing to the first and last two pages. The Gallimard edition of Joyce's masterpiece, Ulysses, with James Joyce's original signature on a card laid down on the upper printed wrapper. Joyce has signed his name in green ink obliquely across the card which may have been clipped from a larger document. This has been laid down in the middle of the page between the printed title and the imprint, Gallimard, at the foot of the page. The whole book, including the original Gallimard card wrappers has been bound in handsome quarter green morocco over marbled boards. All examples of Joyce's signature are desirable; this example recently emerged from a significant American collection.

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        Brassaï

      (82) pp. Paris, Éditions Neuf, 1952, in-4, (82) pp, reliure bradel toile rouge, Premier plat illustré d'un portrait de Brassaï, photographies et dessins reproduits en photogravure en noir. Édition originale des textes de Henri Miller et Brassaï, et de la plupart des illustrations. Réalisé par Robert Delpire et Pierre Faucheux

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        The Holy Places

      The Queen Anne Press, London 1952 - Limited edition of The Holy Places, signed by Evelyn Waugh. 482/950 copies. Published by The Queen Anne Press, London, 1952. A lovely copy of Waugh's The Holy Places with wood engravings by Reynolds Stone. The book is in very good condition and complete with dust jacket. Original red buckram cloth boards with gilt lettering on the front and rear covers. The spine and top edges of the spine are slightly faded. Overall the book is in a very bright condition. Top edge is red with rough trimmed edges of sides and lower ends. Intact blue end papers. Very clean internally with red illustration facing the title page plus black and white illustrations within the text. The dust jacket is slight soiling/ spotting. Slight chipping on extremities. 1/2cm tear on the top edge. 8vo.  [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Picasso. Dessins. Recueil De Seize Dessins De Pablo Picasso (1942 - 1946) Reproduits En Fac-Similes.

      Les Editions Braun & Cie, Paris 1952 - 12 hojas y 16 láminas más 1 hoja. Edición sumamente cuidada y sobre papel de hilo de gran calidad. Size: 31,5 x 25 Cm. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BALAGUÉ LLIBRERÍA ANTIQUÀRIA]
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        Annapurna: The First 8,000 Metre Peak (26,493 Feet).

      Jonathan Cape, London 1952 - First edition in English, preceding the American edition by one year. Octavo, original blue cloth. Inscribed by the author who has added "June 3rd 1950" the day the summit was reached. Some light foxing to the page edges in a very good dust jacket with some rubbing and wear to the extremities. In 1950, when no mountain taller than 8,000 meters had ever been climbed, Maurice Herzog led an expedition of French climbers to the summit of an 8,075-meter (26,493-foot) Himalayan peak called Annapurna. But unlike other climbs, the routes up Annapurna had never been charted. Herzog and his team had to locate the mountain using crude maps, pick out a single untried route, and go for the summit. Annapurna is the unforgettable account of this heroic climb and of its harrowing aftermath, including a nightmare descent of frostbite, snow blindness, and near death. Herzog's masterful narrative is one of the great mountain-adventure stories of all time. "Those who have never seen the Himalayas, those who never care to risk an assault, will know when they finish this book that they have been a companion of greatness" (New York Times Book Review). Named by National Geographic's as one of the 100 Greatest Adventure books of the 20th century. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        Salzburger Spaziergänge. Kugelschreiber-Skizzen v. 1952 - 1963.

      77 Bll., gelocht. Lose Blattsammlung m. Deckblatt. 2 Deckbl. und 75 gelochte Blätter mit 87 Ansichten von Salzburg. - Leichte Gbrsp.

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        Lettres imaginaires. Présentation de Jean Cocteau

      48 pp. Paris, Les Cahiers Max Jacob, mars 1952, in-4, 48 pp, broché, couverture imprimée vert clair, Second cahier, publié par l'association des Amis de l'écrivain. Fondés en 1951, les Cahiers ont pour objectif de présenter la recherche critique et publier des inédits relatifs à l'oeuvre de Max Jacob. "Fidèles à la mission qu'ils se sont proposée, les Amis de Max Jacob présentent cette année des texte inédits ou peu connus de Max Jacob. Il s'agit de lettres dans la manière du "Cabinet Noir (1922 et 1928)", dont la plupart ont paru dans des périodiques devenus introuvables." (Cf page de titre). Ouvrage illustré de trois compositions à pleine page de Max Jacob dont un autoportrait en frontispice. Couverture insolée. Accident à la coiffe inférieure.

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        The Old Man and the Sea

      Charles Scribner, New York 1952 - Collectible First Edition, First Printing, in original first state, unclipped dust jacket. Scribner seal and "A" indicating first printing appears on copyright page. Light blue cloth boards with silver lettering on spine, blind-stamped author name on front board. Slightest hint of wear at top spine edge. Binding is tight and square, no cracking. Pages and edges are clean (slight yellowing), with clean endpapers. A previous owner name is concisely penned at top left corner of front pastedown, under dust jacket flap. 140 pages. Dust jacket is bright and unclipped (3.00 on front inside flap), approx. 1" chip at top spine edge, a few additional tiny spots of edge wear. Photo of Hemingway by Lee Samuels on rear panel in bluish tint, with some age-toning to edges. Price and all lettering on dust jacket flaps is done in brown; no mention of literary awards (which came after the first edition was issued). Enclosed in new archival quality removable mylar cover. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        SIGNED "Invisible Man: Prologue To A Novel" in Partisan Review

      Brooklyn,NY: Partisan Review, 1952. First printing. Paperback. Very Good +. ELLISON, RALPH Invisible Man: Prologue To A Novel in Partisan Review volume XIX, number 1: January-February 1952.Brooklyn, Partisan Review. 1952, Volume XIX Number 1 January-Februray. Paper, SIGNED TWICE BY RALPH ELLISON AT THE BEGINNING AND THE END OF THE PROLOGUE. This is the earliest appearance of Ellison's "Invisible Man" as his contributor notes mentions that his first novel "Invisible Man" will be published in the spring. Also included in the issue is one of Dylan Thomas's most famous poems "Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night" Auden on music and opera, an art chronicle by Clement Greenberg in which he writes about early shows of Barnett Newman And Franz Kline. CONDITION: Original wrappers. Small ink mark to the top edge of the front cover, otherwise vg. PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

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        La dernière fleur, parabole en images

      oblong non paginé (une Paris, Gallimard, NRF, 1952, , oblong non paginé (une cinquantaine de feuillets), cartonnage illustré, Première édition française de cette traduction de Camus de "The last Flower", parabole de James Thurber (1894-1961), éditorialiste, humoriste, et écrivain américain. "La Dernière Fleur" est un court récit antimilitariste illustré par l'auteur. Cette parabole en images fut publiée en novembre 1939, deux mois après le déclenchement officiel de la seconde guerre mondiale. Bel exemplaire de cette nouvelle graphique.

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        Full of Life

      Little, Brown and Company 1952 - First edition. 178 p. Greenish powder-blue cloth with blue lettering. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. Two strips of wear on fep from removed bookplate. Jacket bright and unclipped with light toning to spine panel but hardly any sunning, chipping at foot, wear and tiny closed tear at head, light rubbing. Fante's fourth book in a lovely jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Die Stalinallee

      Verlag der Nation 1952 - Verlag der Nation, 1952. Hardback linen boards. No jacket. 240 x 339 mm (13 1/2 x 9 3/4 inch). 204 pages. 286 black and white photographs, 3 photomontages and illustrations. Various anonymous photographers. Known as one of the most important photobooks of postwar Germany and to the wider history of the format. Parr/Badger, Vol 1, page 182. Condition: Fine. Ageing to boards, interior some light foxing, tight binding. overall fine copy [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Old Man and the Sea

      Charles Scribner's Sons 1952 - Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1952. First Edition / First Printing / First Issue. Dated 1952 with Scribner's "A" present with the Seal. Blue cloth boards. Hemingway's photo at the rear panel. No mention of the Nobel or Pulitzer Prize. {ref: Hanneman A24a}. Book Condition: Very Good+, clean boards, tight spine. Name at the front endpaper, age toning at the spine and the rear panel. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good+, clean jacket, shelf wear. Light age toning, a small piece of black tape over the jacket price. Wrapped in a new removable mylar cover. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        IL PIANETA RUSSIA

      MONDADORI, VERONA 1952 - IL LIBRO DEL GIORNO ITALIANO Coperta rigida rossa con fregio d'oro al piatto e titoli al dorso il quale è leggermente usurato e con strappi, riproduzioni a colori di manifesti dell'epoca, pagine brunite ai bordi La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 20% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 999,00 euro.

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        INVISIBLE MAN in original 1st printing DJ

      Random House, New York 1952 - Random House. new york. 1952. 439 pages. 1st edition, 3rd printing. Stated. Book is about fine. Tight, crisp and unread. Black topstain is bright, rich and clean. Book has no flaws of note other than faint scuffing along black edges of panels. One faint tiny spot of foxing on inside pastedown. these flaws are like splitting hairs. It is a beautiful book. The DJ is not as crisp as the beautiful book however the DJ itself is a plum because the 1st, 2nd and 3rd printing dustjackets are identical to the original 1st printing DJ. $3.50 price intact on DJ flap and full page photo of Ellison on rear of DJ. Classic black DJ is notorious for showing wear along edges because of black DJ color and this copy is no different. DJ shows rubbing and handling along edges. This is a beautiful, crisp copy of the book in a VG copy of the desirable, original 1st printing DJ. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        FIUME. Rivista di Studi fiumani

      Lega Fiumana di Roma, 1952 - 2012. In-8, brossura. Offriamo una raccolta di quasi tutto il pubblicato, dal numero 1 del 1952 (anno primo) al numero di Gennaio - Giugno del 2012. Manca: secondo semestre del 1994, secondo semestre del 1995, tutto il 2005, secondo semestre del 2006, primo semestre 2007, secondo semestre 2008, primo semestre del 2009. In buono stato (good copy).

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        Notturno". Original Tempera-Arbeit auf Malkarton, unten rechts monogrammiert. Rückseitig eigenhändige Widmung "Für Annemarie und Hans [Bolliger] in Freundschaft / Jan. 1967 / Nell Walden" sowie nochmals signiert.

      Schinzach 1952 - Schinzach, September 1952. Ca. 31,5 x 24,5 cm, 45 x 36,5 cm (Rahmen), Aufkleber mit Titel, Datierung und Bezeichnung als >Tempera No. 313<. Gerahmt. Aus der Sammlung von Hans Bolliger (1915-2002), Zürich, einem der bekanntesten Antiquare der klassichen Moderne. Sprache: Deutsch

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        Peanuts.

      New York: Rinehart & Compnay, 1952. First edition of the first collection of the Peanuts cartoons. Octavo, original illustrated wrappers as issued. Signed by the author on the front free endpaper, "For Nan + John Charles M. Schulz, who has added a large drawing of Snoopy with a heart. In very good condition with some rubbing and wear to the extremities. Desirable signed and with the original drawing of Snoopy. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. Schulz's beloved cartoons have won him the National Cartoonists Society's Humor Comic Strip Award in 1962, the Reuben Award for 1955 and 1964, the Society's Elzie Segar Award in 1980, and the Milton Caniff Lifetime Achievement Award in 1999. Interestingly, his cartoons have also awarded him an abundance of equally colorful honors and recognitions. In 1996, Schulz was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, adjacent to Walt Disney's. And for his interest in sports he was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame in 1993 and then the Figure Skating Hall of Fame in 2007.

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        The Grass Harp. A Play

      Random House, New York 1952 - First Edition, First Printing with the words "FIRST PRINTING" printed on the copyright page. A spectacular copy. This ORIGINAL dustjacket is rich in color with NO chips or tears. The book is in excellent condition and appears UNREAD. The pages are exceptionally clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A superb copy in collector's condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        East of Eden

      New York: The Viking Press, 1952 First edition, limited issue of 1500 copies. Signed by Steinbeck on the limitation page. Additionally inscribed by Steinbeck on the front free endpaper to Leonard and Sylvia Lyons: "To Sylvia and Lenny / Shalom-aleichem / John Steinbeck / F.O. / forestiero [onoranze]". Publisher's dark green cloth, lettered in gilt, all edges red; in the publisher's acetate dust jacket; housed in the publisher's brown faux wood slipcase. Book fine; dust jacket with only some minor wear to the spine head; slipcase with some rubbing to the extremities, light sunning and a minor split to the top edge, else very clean and fresh. A very bright copy. Steinbeck inscribed this copy of East of Eden to American newspaper columnist Leonard Lyons, who was best known for his Broadway review column "The Lyons Den." Notaly, Lyons was admired for his column's strict adherence to truthful anecdotes only and his genuinely amicable personality that earned him the friendship of many celebrities and the access to private information that allowed him to maintain his policy of factual gossip only. East of Eden features the intertwining stories of the Hamilton and Trask families. The former is based on Steinbeck's own genealogical lineage, while the latter is a representation of the Biblical Adam and his descendants. Considered by the author to be his masterpiece work, East of Eden is a culmination of the major themes and strengths of Steinbeck's other novels: an affinity for nature, the pervasive struggle between good and evil, familial relationships, and American history. During the writing process, Steinbeck chronicled the development of his novel with letters to his friend and former publisher Pascal Covici, the contents of which were published a year after Steinbeck's death as Journal of a Novel: The East of Eden Letters. A lengthy yet popular tale originally intended by the author to teach his sons about the Salinas Valley in California in which they were raised, East of Eden has been adapted into a film, a musical, and a television miniseries.. First Edition.. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Dust Jacket Included.

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        24 Bände) Praxis der Kinderpsychologie und Kinderpsychiatrie. Zeitschrift für analytische Kinderpsychologie, Psychotherapie und Psychagogik in Praxis und Forschung. 1. Jahrgang 1952 bis 24. Jahrgang 1975.

      Verlag f. Medizinische Psychologie; Vandenhoeck u. Ruprecht, 1952 - - 1975. Ca. 8000 S.; 27 cm. Sehr gutes Exemplare; Vorsätze u. Seiten vereinzelt etwas gebräunt. - 24 BÄNDE. - Praxis der Kinderpsychologie und Kinderpsychiatrie ist der Titel einer 1952 von Werner Schwidder und Annemarie Dührssen gegründeten psychotherapeutischen Zeitschrift. Sie erscheint zehnmal im Jahr beim Verlag Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht in Göttingen. Es werden Beiträge aus Praxis und Forschung publiziert, die sich mit psychogenen und psychosomatischen Störungen und Beeinträchtigungen der Entwicklung von Kindern und Jugendlichen sowie deren psychotherapeutischer Behandlung beschäftigen. Außerdem werden Arbeiten zu psycho- und soziodiagnostischen Methoden, Erziehungs- und Familienberatung, Jugendhilfe und Behinderungen bei Kindern und Jugendlichen veröffentlicht. // INHALT des 1. Bandes: Aus Praxis und Forschung -- I. von Viebahn: Spielpflege als Hilfe zu gesunder Entwicklung und Lebensanpassung. -- A. Dührssen: Zur prognostischen Beurteilung kindlicher Neurosen. -- H. Piechocki: Lernhemmungen bei neurotischer Fehl-entwicklung (Verlauf einer psychagogischen Betreuung) -- W. Schwidder: Zur poliklinischen Behandlung psycho-gener Erkrankungen des Kindes- und Jugendalters. -- G. Krichhauff: Therapeutische Möglichkeiten der Erstuntersuchung bei neurotischen Kindern. Ein Stotterfall -- F. Boehm: Zur Ausbildung und Arbeitsweise der Psych-agogen (Erziehungsbetreuer). -- P. M. Pickard: Sprache ohne Worte (Language without speech). -- F. Höpfner: Schulschwierigkeiten und neurotische Symptome in der Präpubertät (Verlauf einer psychagogischen Betreuung). -- A. Weber: Allgemeines zur Frage der Psychopathie im Kindesalter. -- H. Wendt: Vergleichende Untersuchung von Kindern mit Pavor nocturnus und Enuresis nocturna. -- A.Fuchs-Kamp: Jugendliche Fortläufer und Diebe 109,133, -- F. Baumeyer: Bemerkungen zu Freuds Krankengeschichte des "kleinen Hans". -- N. Wolffheim: Handfertigkeiten als Erziehungshilfe bei "nervösen" Kindern. -- K. A. Kemper: Angstsymptome, Erziehungs- und Schulschwierigkeiten bei einem 9jährigen Jungen (Verlauf einer analytischen Psychotherapie). -- R. Bang: Die psychagogische Betreuung eines 14jährigen Bettnässers. -- K. Dühsler: Schulschwierigkeiten, Bettnässen und Stottern zu Beginn der Schulzeit. -- A. Dührssen: Was sollten wir heute unter analytischer Psychotherapie verstehen? -- M. Vogl: Problematik der Testverfahren. -- A. A. Boon: Aspekte des Kinderspiels. -- W. Hopmann: Der Anteil der Erziehungsberatung der Berliner Jugendämter an der Fürsorge für seelische und geistige Gesundheit. -- W. Geist: Erziehung als Entwicklungshilfe und Entwicklungspflege nach dem Bildungsplan der Berliner Grundschule. -- H. Wegener: Zur Psychologie der Linkshändigkeit. Ihr Wesen und ihre Bedeutung für die Entstehung von Fehlhaltungen. -- E. Hoeppner: Die Häufigkeit der Enuresis bei Berliner Schulkindern. -- N. Wolffheim: Die Bedeutung der Kinderträume. -- G. Kujath: Das heilpädagogische Heim als Ergänzung der Erziehungsberatung. -- K. H. Bleckmann: Erfahrungen und Beobachtungen aus der Erziehungsberatung der Städtischen Kinderklinik Essen. -- G. A. Brandt: Analytische Psychologie und Schule. -- H. Fischer: Die Wechselbeziehungen zwischen Konstitution und Kinderzeichnung. -- Hans Mieskes: Die typische Kurvencharakteristik psych-ogener Sprachstörungen - dargestellt am Poltern. -- L. Jacobi: Erfahrungen und Gedanken zur Gruppenbetreuung bei seelisch gestörten Kindern (Aus der Arbeit einer Berliner Erziehungsberatung). -- H. Piechocki: Überwindung einer Lernhemmung mit Kontaktstörungen durch psychagogische Betreuung. -- Pädagogik, Jugendpflege, Fürsorge -- K. Provinzki: Schwererziehbare jugendliche Mädchen im Wohnheim. -- U. Petry: Verwahrloste Kinder im Jugendamt. -- M. Kohlhaas: Das Kind im Gerichtsverfahren (Kinderpsychologie und forensische Begutachtung). -- E. Dühsler: Erfahrungen mit Fingermalerei. -- I. Sänger: Die Entwicklung eines gehörlosen Kindes im normalen Geschwisterkreis. -- M. Kohlhaas: Eine Entscheidung des Bundesgerichtsho

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        Bonner historische Forschungen. Hrsg. von Max Braubach, ab. Bd. 33 von Stephan Skalweit. Bde. 1-52 (ohne 46).

      Bonn, Röhrscheid, 1952-1984. Gr.-8°. Hln./Ln., Bd. 43 und ab Bd. 45: Orig.-Kart. (Bibl.-Expl. m. R.-Sign., hs. Besitzvermerk a. Tit.-Rückseite).Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Le vieillard et l'enfant

      S.n [imprimé par Pierre Fanlac] 1952 - - S.n [imprimé par Pierre Fanlac], imprimé en Blegique [Périgueux] s.d (circa 1952), 14x19cm, broché. - Véritable édition originale, hors commerce, de la version intégrale en 138-[6] pages et parue avant celle de 1954 aux Editions de Minuit. Auparavant seules des parties furent publiées entre 1949 et 1951, à quelques exemplaires. Par ailleurs, une nouvelle édition "belge", similaire à cette première édition paraitra encore en 1958, qui ne comportera plus que 80 pages et la mention "de 1958" sur la couverture. En exergue l'auteur a fait imprimer l'appréciation d'André Gide auquel il avait adressé la première partie de son ouvrage en 1949: "L'intense et bizarre joie que j'éprouve à la lecture (et relecture) de ces pages remarquables entre toutes. André Gide" [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Genuine Original publishing trade off the full version of this novel which several parties were previously printed separately in a few copies. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Hochzeitsgeschenk von Ernst Jünger an den Maler Werner Höll.

      - Auf dem Deckel mit Widmung und Unterschrift Ernst Jüngers, eigenhändig eingraviert. Leichte Alterungsspuren. &#150; Ungewöhnliches Autograph, mit folgender Gravur: Meinem lieben Werner zum 21.5.1952 Ernst Jünger. &#150; Ein Geschenk von Ernst Jünger an den Maler Werner Höll zu dessen Hochzeit.

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        Typed letter signed to historian of physics Jagdish Mehra

      Princeton, 1952. Einstein, Albert (1879-1955). Typed letter signed to historian of physics Jagdish Mehra (1931-2008). 1 page (air letter); laminated in plastic. Princeton, July 2, 1952. 304 x 177 mm. Slight wear along folds, a few tiny holes not affecting text, laminate cracked in one margin, but very good.Written in response to Mehra's 1952 essay, "Albert Einstien's Philosophy of Science and Life," which was awarded the Adams Essay Prize of the International Council of YMCAs. In the preface to his book Einstein, Physics and Reality (1999), Mehra recalls the circumstances giving rise to the letter:"At a rather young age I wrote an essay with the pretentious title "Albert Einstein's Philosophy of Science and Life" for an open essay competition . . . I gave a copy of it to Paul Arthur Schilpp (Editor of Albert Einstein: Philosopher-Scientist, Einstein's 70th birthday volume), who was visiting my university to give a lecture; he forwarded it to Einstein. One fine morning I received an aerogram, marked '122 Mercer Street, Princeton, N.J.'; it contained a one-line message: 'Dear Sir: Apart from too unwarranted praise I find your characterization of my convictions and personal traits quite veracious and showing psychological understanding. With kind greetings and best wishes, sincerely yours, Albert Einstein [signed].' Much more than the prize which I won for my essay, Einstein's letter greatly excited and inspired me for a long time" (p. ix).Accompanying the letter is a computer typescript of Mehra's essay.$5000

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        East of Eden

      New York: The Viking Pres, 1952 First edition, first printing. Publisher's light green cloth, lettered in navy, with red-brown spine label lettered in black; original pictorial dust jacket, with an illustration of a farm in a valley surrounded by mountains below a gradient sky, lettered in white and purple. Very good book, with some chipping to spine cloth and rubbing to bottom edge, bright spine, clean and fresh interior; unclipped dust jacket, with a hint of rubbing to the folds, tiny chip to the front flap, else fine. Overall, a bright and pleasing copy in a near fine dust jacket East of Eden features the intertwining stories of the Hamilton and Trask families. The former is based on Steinbeck's own genealogical lineage, while the latter is a representation of the Biblical Adam and his descendants. Considered by the author to be his masterpiece work, East of Eden is a culmination of the major themes and strengths of Steinbeck's other novels: an affinity for nature, the pervasive struggle between good and evil, familial relationships, and American history. During the writing process, Steinbeck chronicled the development of this novel with letters to his friend and former publisher Pascal Covici, the contents of which were published a year after Steinbeck's death as Journal of a Novel: The East of Eden Letters. A lengthy yet popular tale originally intended by the author to teach his sons about the Salinas Valley in California, East of Eden has been adapted into a film, a musical, and a television miniseries.. 1st Edition.. Hard Cover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included.

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        Konvolut von Manuskripten, Typoskripten, Werken, Autographen von Alfred Richard Meyer (Munkepunke)].

      (1913-1952) - 33 Manuskripte, Typoskripte und gedruckte Werke, Autographen, etc. unterschiedlichen Umfangs und Formats. Das Konvolut enthält vier Manuskripte und Typoskripte von Alfred Richard Meyer (mit zahlreichen handschriftlichen Korrekturen, teils mit Streichungen, Ergänzungen, Satzanweisungen, etc.) und gedruckte Werke Meyers (viele davon signiert), sowie von ihm herausgegebene Schriften. --- Enthält 1.: "Der Barbier von Wilmersdorf", Manuskript, 10 Seiten (davon 9 Seiten beschrieben) auf den Rückseiten von Werbebögen für Verlaines "Freundinnen" (A.R. Meyer Verlag). Das Manuskript ist in schwarzer Tinte geschrieben. Das letzte Blatt mit eigenhändiger Signatur Meyers. Dazu: "Der Barbier von Wilmersdorf", Alfred Richard Meyer Verlag o.J. [1920], 4 Bll., Fadenheftung. Auf dem Titelblatt der Namenszug des Schriftstellers und Pädagogen Konrad Weichberger (1877-1948). Die letzte Seite mit eigenhändiger Signatur von Meyer. - MBB 57; Josch 59. - (Das gedruckte Buch mit Falzen und Beschädigungen). --- Enthält 2.: "Entwurf und Originalmanuskript von Munkepunkes Moden-Mystik", 9 Blätter Manuskript, 11 Blätter Typoskript (teils auf den Verlaine Bögen). Mit zahlreichen Streichungen. Ein Teil der später gedruckten Seiten liegt in Typoskript und in Manuskript vor, ein Teil in zwei unterschiedlichen Typoskripten. Enthält u.a. auch Zeilen, die unpubliziert blieben (z.B. "Munkepunkes Kleiderkasten"). Die Blätter stecken in einem gefalzten Blatt mit eigenhändigem Titel und eigenhändiger Signatur Meyers. Ein Blatt ist am Fuß datiert 21.II.21. Ein weiteres Blatt mit eigenhändiger Monogrammsignatur und Datum: 2:"23.II.21 A.R.M". - Beiliegend: "Munkepunkes Moden-Mystik", 1921, 11 Seiten, schlichte Kartonage mit rosafarbener montierter Titelkartusche (der Titel von Meyers Hand), Fadenheftung. Mit eigenhändiger Signatur Meyers im Kolophon. - MBB 46; Josch 48. --- Enthält 3.: "Maenz oder Maenzliches, Allzumaenzliches oder: die maenzliche Komödie", Entwurf und Reinschrift, zusammen 29 Manuskriptseiten und eine Typoskriptseite (meist auf Verlaine-Blättern). Der Entwurf ist in Bleistift geschrieben, die Reinschrift mit schwarzer Tinte. Beide Manuskriptstadien enthalten handschriftliche Korrekturen, Streichungen und Ergänzungen. Beiliegend: Druckfassung (15 Seiten, 1 Seite Verlagsanzeigen, OU.). 1.-3. Tsd., 1922, (MBB 56; Josch 58). (Umschlag im Falz rissig). --- Enthält 4.: "Des Herrn Munkepunke Mikro-Enchiridion der Kryptogamen Eroto-Phonetik" (Manuskript, 21 Seiten). Das Manuskript ist größtenteils auf kupierte ältere Spendenaufrufe geschrieben ("Deutsche Männer, deutsche Frauen. Der Weltkrieg drängt zur Entscheidung."). Beiliegend: die Druckfassung von 1922 (16 Seiten) und vier Korrekturfahnen: 3 mit dem Stempel "I. Correctur" auf dem Titelblatt (und dem handschriftlichen Datum 19.5.), eine davon mit zahlreichen eigenhändigen Korrekturen Meyers und dem Hinweis: "Revision umgehend erbeten!". Eine weitere Druckfahne mit dem Stempel "I. Revision" und dem handschriftlichen Datum 25.10. (diese ohne weitere Korrekturen). - MBB 57; Josch 59. --- Enthält 5.: Briefumschlag (ca. 27,5 x 36 cm, quer) mit fünfzeiliger Widmung für den Berliner Antiquar und Bibliophilen Oskar Rauthe zur Sonnenwende 1922; mit eigenhändiger datierter Signatur Meyers (25.6.1922). --- Enthält 6.: Maschinengeschriebener Brief (1 Bl.) an den Verlag Schlüter mit eigenhändiger Signatur Meyers. Thema ist die Rücksendung von Manuskripten. --- Enthält 7.: Maschinengeschriebene Postkarte mit handschriftlichen Ergänzungen an den Schriftsteller, Verleger und Kritiker Hanns Arens (1901-1983) mit eigenhändiger datierter Signatur Meyers (10.4.1949). --- Enthält 8.: "Munkepunkes Bowlenbuch", Alfred Richard Meyer Verlag 1920, 3.-5. Tsd. (MBB 40; Josch 42). Umschlaginnenseite und erstes Blatt mit zwanzigzeiligem handschriftlichem Gedicht, signiert "Gewasnis von Crommon" (d.i. Meyer?). --- Enthält 9.: "Dornburger Maskenzug", Alfred Richard Meyer Verlag [1920], mit eigenhändiger Signatur Meyers auf Seite . 3002 G [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        The Decisive Moment

      Simon & Schuster New York 1952 - First edition of this classic photography monograph with beautifully printed photogravures. Folio hardback in dust jacket. Book is in near fine condition with clean covers and pages. Book binding is a little wiggly, as is very common to this large book, but no pages are loose. No owner's name or bookplate or writing or foxing. The spine of the dust jacket is lightly sunned and has wear at the spine ends. With separate caption booklet. A clean, fresh, attractive copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        In Battle for Peace: The Story of My 83rd Birthday

      Masses & Mainstream 1952 - First edition, first printing. Signed by W.E.B. Du Bois on the front free end paper. Near Fine with light fading to cloth at spine ends, pencil markings in text, several page corners dog-earred, in a Very Good dust jacket with rubbing, shallow chipping at the spine ends, a short split at the top of the front flap fold, two closed tears with associated creasing at the bottom of the rear panel with a mending tissue repair made from the blank verso. Signed by the author. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Borrowers

      London: J.M. Dent, 1952. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing in first issue jacket. 159 p. Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. Cloth along bottom edge rubbed. Jacket price-clipped, missing small chips at head and tail, light rubbing and a few small closed tears to back panel. The first novel in the popular Borrowers children's book series.

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        BORROWERS

      STANLEY, DIANA. NORTON,MARY. THE BORROWERS. London: J.M. Dent (1952). 8vo, blue pictorial cloth, tiny imperfection in cloth else fine in a very good dust wrapper with slight fraying restored. 1st edition, Carnegie Award Winner. The first of Norton's wonderful fantasies about these miniature people who must live by borrowing from humans, and what happens when their daughter becomes friendly with a human boy. Illustrated by DIANA STANLEY with pictorial endpapers, color frontis plus many nice text illustrations. (See Lynn p.157).

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        CORONATION PROCESSION PANORAMA

      - PANORAMA. CORONATION PROCESSION PANORAMA. London: Raphael Tuck, no date, [1952]. Large 4to 12 x 9 3/42" opening to 4 times that size, VG-Fine and COMPLETE WITH 45 PAPER FIGURES! There are horses, mounted cavalrymen, representatives of the Yeoman of the Guard and more. Each of the panels is beautifully illustrated with chromolithographs. There are slots in each panel into which the reader inserts a figure to complete the scene of the Coronation Procession of Queen Elizabeth. Most are interchangeable. Typical 50's style illustration and nice. See Whitton: Raphael Tuck p. 169- 70.

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