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        The Flower Drum Song (Inscribed By Author)

      New York : Farrar Straus Cudahy, 1957. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine Dust Jacket. Inscribed by Author(s). 1st Printing 244 Pp. Red Cloth Spine Over Patterned Boards. Stated First Printing. Book Is Near Fine, Slight Rubbing At Corners And At Ends Of Spine. Dj Not Price Clipped ($3.50), Minute Losses At Upper Corners, Spine And Top Edges A Little Browned. Signed By The Author In Green Ink In Both English And Chinese, And Additionally Inscribed Above In Blue Ink By Lee To His San Francisco Friend The Actress Marjorie Lord ( Mrs. Randolph Hale), "To Marjorie Lord With [Chinese Character]".

      [Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books]
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        Jacqueline Kennedy Quotation of Robert Frost.

      - Jacqueline Kennedy hand writes the first lines from the Robert Frost poem Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening. From the collection of Mary Gallagher, who was the personal secretary to Jacqueline Kennedy from 1957 to 1964, which includes the Kennedy presidency. Before that, she was Senator John F. Kennedy's secretary and worked briefly for Jackie's mother. Robert Frost was one of President and Mrs. Kennedy's favorite poets. He was invited to present two of his poems at the Kennedy Inauguration on January 20, 1961. Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening is perhaps his best known work; and Frost himself admitted that it was "my best bid for remembrance." Mrs. Kennedy slightly misquotes the three concluding lines, "For I have promises to keep And miles to go before I sleep And miles to go before I sleep." Jacqueline wrote them on Mary Gallagher's shorthand notebook in her new home in Georgetown, in 1964, where she moved to after leaving the White House. Gallagher further explains in her affidavit: "This happened to be but one of the many poems that [Mrs. Kennedy] had chosen daily from little stacks of books in which she had placed paper markers to designate the pages that had the various passages for me to type up over the next few weeks. As she explained, they were 'for the fund-raising dinner in New York on the 16th, to be recited by Frederic March.' The poem was recited by March at the Kennedy Library dinner and the Democratic Convention that same year. Matted and framed opposite a photograph of President and Mrs. Kennedy and Robert Frost. The entire piece measures [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        The Guns of Nazarone - SIGNED by the Author

      Collins, 1957. Hardcover. Very Good. A first edition, first printing published by Collins in 1957. A very good+ book (previous owner's gift inscription to the ffep) SIGNED by the Author without dedication to the title page. In a very good clipped wrapper with some light tape burns to the end-flaps. Rare signed

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        The King Ranch

      Printed for the King Ranch, Kingsville, Texas 1957 - Two volume set, Saddle Blanket Edition, King Ranch by Tom Lea. This set is like new, never read. Slipcase is also like new. The leather title patch is lightly damaged, as were most, because of the design flaw of the shipping/packing box they were placed in. This set comes with its original shipping box. To help prevent further damage to the label I will not ship this set in the original box. Will ship it seperate. This is one of the finer Saddle Blanket sets we have had over the years and this is the first time we have had the set come in its original shipping carton. Extra shipping/insurance will be required. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        L'Homme sans qualités (Tomes 1 et 2 ) [ Edition originale de la traduction ]

      Un des 55 exemplaires sur Vélin neige numérotés (n°27), Roman traduit de l'allemand par Philippe Jacottet, 2 vol. in-8 br., Editions du Seuil, Paris, 1957, 423 ; 464 pp. Nous proposons ici les deux premiers tomes seuls (sur 4) de l'édition originale de la traduction française, par Philippe Jacottet. Bon état (qq. rouss. sur couv. et tranches, très petit accroc restauré en couv., très bon état par ailleurs). Français

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        On the Road

      New York: Viking. 1957. F First Edition. H Hard Cover. Near Fine. First edition, third printing (stated on jacket flap and copyright page). A remarkable copy of the book in the original black cloth, lttering bright and unflaked, text completely unmarked, jacket complete with $3.95 price on flap with only minor flaws (jacket has some nicks and tears to edges, slight surface and edge wear). The seminal work of the Beat Generation's most eloquent spokesman. Charters A2a. [4], 310 pages.

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        Songs & Poems of John Dryden. Selected, edited and introduced by Gwyn Jones.

      1957 - Golden Cockerel Press. 1957. Folio, original red and green full morocco by Sangorski and Sutcliffe, spine lettered in gilt, boards with decorative gilt blocks; with collotype reproductions of 8 water-colour paintings by Lavinia Blythe [pseud. Leslie Blanche], and 11 pencil drawings. Spine slightly sunned, some offsetting from slipcase onto folder containing extra suite of plates otherwise a very copy in original cloth slipcase. Limited edition of 500 copies, this one of 100 specially bound with a second suite of the 8 pictures and 8 of the drawings. "Dryden, I felt, merited a Golden Cockerel edition, and a gloroius one. So I printed this selection from his prodigious output on a large page, in Eric Gill's 18-point Golden Cockerel type, leaded to lighten the effects of its very full body. At first I wondered where I couls find suitably grand illustrations, but suddenly remembered that before the war I had seen at Constable's a fascinating set of water-colours by Leslie Blanche…And so in due course it was finished and was for me a most satisfying book, maybe my best, and one I would be happy to be remembered by" (Christopher Sandford in Cook-a Hoop No. 206). From the library of Thomas Yoseloff, the last owner of the Golden Cockerel Press, by family descent, but with no ownership markings. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd]
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        The Magnet. Published for the employees and families of the University of California Radiation Laboratory - [later renamed] the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory. Complete run from 1957-1971.

      Berkeley: University of California Radiation Laboratory [then renamed ] the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory-1961. 1957 - 4to. 2 vols. bound in green radioactive buckram. From Vol. 1, no. 1 to Vol. 15, no. 12. From the estate of the last editor, Judith Goldhaber. Very useful for the history of science and for information and pictures of the scientists who worked at the lab. Heavily illustrated with personnel and Nobel Prize winners at the time they received the prize, such as Melvin Calvin (Nov. 1961) and Luis Alvarez (Nov. 1968). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Songs & Poems of John Dryden. Selected, edited and introduced by Gwyn Jones.

      

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        Revue d'Assyriologie et d'Archéologie Orientale. [fascicules 1-44, 1884-1950 (= Kraus reprint 1977) and fascicules 51-103, 1957-2009].

      Nendeln/ Liechtenstein / Paris, Kraus-Thomson / PUF, 1957-2009. 52 volumes. Mostly hardcovers. The set is composed as follows: Fascicules 1-44 in 17 bindings (Kraus reprint 1977) [1884-1950] & Fascicules 51-103 in 35 bindings - [1957-2009]. Text in French / Français. - (ex institute library, so with some tickets/ traces of tickets and stamps (Fascicules 45-50 [1951-1956] are missing)) Although very good, bindings are firm and text is clean. See picture. More pictures on request.

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        Al-Dalil al-'amm li'l-Mamlaka al-'Arabiya as-Su'udiya.

      Damascus, Mat'ba'at Muh'ammad Has'im al-Kutubi, 1957 AD = 1376 AH. - Small folio (200 x 282 mm). 1021, (1) pp. With numerous photo illustrations within the pagination. Publisher's original blue cloth with gilt title to upper cover. The "General Guide to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia": a rare public directory to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, published on behalf of the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Commerce in what was for the monarchy an eventful year: King Saud established the first university in Saudi Arabia and the country became a member at the International Monetary Fund; also, the government was strongly occupied with international affairs in the Middle Eastern crisis, the larger Arab world, and developments of the Cold War. The volume documents the remarkable degree of development which the Kingdom had achieved since its foundation 25 years previously. - Covers somewhat rubbed; inner front hinge loose; slight browning. A well-preserved copy. OCLC 318024526. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Deep Water

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1957. First Printing. Hardcover. Fine-/Near Fine. First Edition of the author's fourth book under her own name, following The Talented Mr. Ripley (of which we also have marvelous copies on offer). 8vo: [8], 213, [1]pp. Publisher's black spine lettered in silver over turquoise cloth, the publisher's monogram stamped in silver on the upper cover, the fore-edge untrimmed; in an illustrated dust jacket priced $2.95. A just about Fine copy, the tips rubbed with very minor losses; in a Near Fine jacket, rubbed along the bottom edge with a few scattered smudges of black ink (restricted to the bottom quarter-inch). Quite a collectible example. In the small town of Little Wesley, Victor Van Allen decides to discourage his wife's many lovers by hinting that he may have killed her previous beau, Malcolm McRae. Basis for the 1981 French film directed by Michel Deville and starring Isabelle Huppert and Jean-Louis Trintignant. Note: 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.

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        L'Une et l'autre.

      P.A.B., Alès 1957 - Minuscule (8,5 x 8,5 cm) de 8 feuillets cousus non paginés, sous couverture rempliée imprimée. Edition originale illustrée d'un dessin de l'auteur reproduit au trait et réhaussé de couleur à l'aquarelle rose et verte. Tirage limité à 80 exemplaires numérotés. Un des 75 exemplaire sur Arches (n°68), justifié et signé au crayon par l'éditeur et signé par René Char avec ses initiales à l'encre rose. Précieux exemplaire de Gaston Gallimard, avec un envoi du poète à l'encre verte : Pour Gaston Gallimard pensée d'amitié. R. C. P. A. Benoit, Bibliographie des oeuvres de René Char, n° 80. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        THE VARIORUM EDITION OF THE POEMS OF W. B. YEATS

      The MacMillan Company, New York 1957 - Original two-color buckram with gilt lettering on the spine; 884 pages. Edited by Peter Allt and Russell K. Alspach. Copy #449 of 825 numbered copies SIGNED by the author on the limitation leaf of this definitive collection of Yeats's poetry. Yeats was the first Irish writer to win the Nobel Prize. Laid in is the original letter from Kroch & Brentano's offering the book and explaining how they are able to offer an autographed copy nearly 20 years after the death of Yeats. Very mild sunning to the spine. Just about Fine in a close to Fine slipcase [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Mir Gribov [The World of Mushrooms]

      Moscow: Izdatel’stvo “Detskii Mir” 1957 - SCARCE First and Only Edition. Illustrated by Tatiana Mavrina. [12]pp. Original colour illustrated wraps. Full page colour illustrations throughout. Minor even toning to paper stock, light shallow creasing, mild nudging to corners, mild rubbing to edges. Light even toning, rubbing to wraps, light shallow creasing, rubbing to edges separation to foot, cap of spine. From the 1930’s, at the beginning of what would be a huge career spanning the Soviet period, Tatiana Mavrina was, to say the least, prolific during her time as an illustrator. The fingermarks and minor creasing shows the time that this book spent in the hands of children, yet it is remarkably intact. What is even more so is the lines and colours before she was to fully embrace the style that would make of her a household name. Not recorded on worldcat. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: SEFIREL RARE BOOKS]
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        33 Marta 2005 , March, 33 2005

      Вита́лий Григо́рьевич Меле́нтьев (7 августа 1916 -- 6 января 1984) -- русский советский писатель. 33-е марта. 2005 годПовесть для детей, 1957 год; цикл "Приключения Юры Бойцова и Васи Голубева"ФантастикаПриключенческое Место действия: Наш мир/ЗемляВремя действия: 20 век Близкое будущееСюжетные ходы: Становление/взросление героя30 000 printed

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        Matta

      New York: Museum of Modertn Art, 1957. Brochure. Illus. by Roberto Matta. Very Good. Soft cover. Signed Roberto Matta. Museum of Modern Art Bulliten: volume 25, no. 1. "Jack Palance Collection 2006" sticker on cover. Housed in a custom-made hardcover binder..

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        The Hawk in the Rain.

      London: Faber and Faber, 1957 - Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine in yellow. With the dust jacket. Very mild rubbing to extremities, single faint spot to front free endpaper; an excellent copy in the very good jacket, tanned with some tears and with loss to top edge at the head. First edition, first impression of the author's first book. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        L'exil et le royaume

      Gallimard 1957 - - Gallimard, Paris 1957, 11,5x18cm, broché. - Edition originale, un des exemplaires du service de presse. Envoi autographe signé d'Albert Camus à André Maury. Dos insolé, piqûres sur les plats. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] first edition, one of the review copies service. Signed autograph signed by Albert Camus to André Maury. Back insulated, stings on the boards. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Casino Royale

      UK: Jonathan Cape, 1957. 4th Printing. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. Casino Royale by Ian Fleming Fourth Impression First Published by Jonathan Cape 1957. First re-issue. No inscriptions, unblemished throughout and appears unread. With original Jonathan Cape slip tipped in. Covers fine, corners sharp and red lettering and heart motif still very much bright. In like original dust jacket, not price clipped.

      [Bookseller: Brought to Book Ltd]
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        Horton Hatches the Egg

      Random House, 1957 An early printing, inscribed by Seuss "Best Wishes, Dr. Seuss" on the verso of the front free endpaper. Good with 2 inch piece missing from top of spine. Owner's inscription dated 1957 on front free endpaper.. Inscribed by Author(s). 5th or later Edition. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket.

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        From Russia, With Love

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1957. Octavo. Original black boards, titles to spine and revolver and rose motif to front board in metallic red and silver. With the dust jacket. A few faint marks to boards, a little foxing to edges. An excellent copy in the jacket with unusually bright spine panel, and a couple of tiny chips to spine ends and tips. First edition, first impression. This is the first of Fleming's novels for which Richard Chopping designed the jacket - as he would go on to do for virtually all the subsequent Bond books.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        From Russia, With Love - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      Jonathan Cape, London 1957 - A handsome first Impression of the first edition in Very Near Fine condition in Very Good dust-wrapper showing original price of 13s 6d, slightly chipped along edges, some minor closed tears. Gilbert A5a.1.1; The fifth James Bond novel written by Ian Fleming and the second to star Sean Connery as "007", involved in a series of plots and counterplots between the British and the Russian intelligence agencies. It it the first novel in which Bond receives a gadget from Q-Branch. Considered the best Bond novel and best Bond movie by many fans and critics; 253, [3] pages [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        From Russia With Love

      UK: Jonathan Cape, 1957. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good+. From Russia With Love by Ian Fleming First Edition Jonathan Cape 1957. No inscriptions, no foxing or browning. Page block and edges square and tight, covers unmarked and unblemished. A fine copy in original VG+ dust jacket which has no toning or fading to spine. Not price clipped.

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        From Russia With Love - in the original dust wrapper

      London: Cape, 1957. A first edition, first printing published by Cape in 1957. A near fine (or better) book without inscriptions. In a very good+ or better dust wrapper which is unclipped and has browning to the spine and a little browning to the rear panel. A thin crease to the spine and some light wear to the corners. Rare fifth James Bond novel.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        From Russia with Love

      Jonathan Cape, London 1957 - From Russia with Love: first edition. By Ian Fleming ¿ Cape 1957 London, A lovely edition copy of this classic James Bond novel, From Russia with Love. The copy has a dust jacket and is in good condition. The dust jacket has been trimmed by 3mm on the rear blank flap. The colouring of the jacket is very consistent over the cover, most importantly no faded or darkened on the spine. The original black boards are in tidy condition with the gun and rose illustration on the cover. Red and white lettering on the spine. Faint sellotape marks on the rear cover. The front free pages are rubbed and with abrasion marks, with previous owners writing on the free page. 6cm tear along the page hinge. Many of the pages have imprinted marks on the corner of the pages. Pages 133 has a tiny open tear on the corner. A few pages have small nicks out of the top corner but not affecting text. Stained marks on some of the pages. Therefore cataloged as good minus. The dust jacket has sellotape repairs on the spine and folds of the interior. Price clipped. Chipped spine edges. Tiny missing pieces missing on the fold edges. The rear cover has stains across the top. The colours of the jacket are bright and consistent across the cover and is overall good condition. 8vo 253pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Vintage photograph of Max Baer and Rocky Marciano, inscribed by Baer.

      [California], 1957. 8" x 10". "Photograph Inscribed and Signed, ""Larry, 'Rocky' Marciano and i are talking about you on my radio show and how you are the Pontiac 'Champion.' / Good luck, your pal, Max Baer / 1957."" Original photograph, 8"" x 10"", inscribed to Larry Cameron. Oakland, California: Albert "Kayo" Harris, 1957. A fine inscribed photograph of two great champions.The recipient of this inscribed photograph was championship rodeo rider Robert "Larry" Cameron, close friend of heavyweight boxer Maxie Baer, who was engaged by Cameron as a spokesman and celebrity "salesman" for his Sacramento auto dealership. Following his boxing career, Max also hosted two successful radio programs, "The Max Baer Show" and a "Sunday Breakfast" show, both broadcast live from various popular restaurants in the San Francisco Bay Area. The shows included musical performances and interviews. This candid photograph captures Max's "on air" interview with former heavyweight champion Rocky Marciano, who had retired the previous year, undefeated. Photographer's stamp and serial number on the verso."

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        Sun and Shadow

      The Quenian Press, Berkeley 1957 - Delicate chapbook, sewn wrappers, inscribed/dated to title page by Bradbury. Fine condition. Short story first published in 1953. ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 19 pages; Signed by Author [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        ARMANCE, LAMIEL, RACCONTI E NOVELLE

      EINAUDI, 1957. ITALIANO 0,8 Numero L della collana, prefazione di Mario Bonfantini, traduzione di M.Bonfantini e Marisa Zini, volume intonso, pagine leggermente brunite ai bordi, brossura editoriale morbida, color avio con titoli bianchi e neri al piatto ed al dorso e con struzzo editoriale, dorso ingiallito, bordi leggermente stanchi USATO

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        Lee Harvey Oswald's only dress clothes: a gray two-piece suit that he wore at his wedding to Marina in April 1961

      , c. 1957. c. 1957. various. "A gray wool two-piece suit (jacket and trousers) with his name ""Lee H. Oswald"" finely embroidered in yellow thread immediately above the right-side inside pocket of the jacket. Typical age wear including several minor moth holes and soiling, trousers faded slightly due to more frequent wear than the jacket over time, else fine condition overall.Oswald purchased this suit while still in the Marine Corps during his time at Naval Air Facility Atsugi near Yokohama, Japan from September 1957 to October 1958. Beneath the left-hand inside jacket pocket, there is an outline where a manufacturer's label appeared which matches the size of a blue wool overcoat he purchased from a Yokohama tailor named Kawashima (who apparently is still in business as of this writing.) Apparently his only dress clothes, Oswald brought this suit along when he defected to the Soviet Union in October 1959, and it appears in at least three photographs dating from that period—including one taken on his wedding day on April 30, 1961. The suit is described briefly in the Warren Commission report: ""Oswald owned one suit, of Russian make and purchase, poor fitting and of heavy fabric which, despite its unsuitability to the comates of Texas and Louisiana and his obvious discomfort, he wore on the few occasions that required dress."" (Earl Warren, et al, Report of the Warren Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy. 1964, p. 329)Obtained directly from the Oswald family, with a signed letter of provenance from Lee's brother Robert Oswald."

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        Mushrooms, Russia, and History

      New York: Pantheon Books, 1957. Sumptuous set; the Wassons' first foray into the mushroom and its place in European & Central/South American culture, folklore, & literature. Designed & printed by Hans Mardersteig at the Stamperia Valdonega in an edition of 512; this is number 341. Illustrated with fine color plates after paintings by Fabre, reproductions of paintings & manuscripts in collotype, figures, folding chart/map in pocket. Hardcover, two large volumes, full green cloth, dusty rose spine labels, gilt titling, top edges gilt. Light wear to books, minor wear to corners, one of which is lightly bumped, in foxed & tanned slipcase; minor stains to a few pages. Issued in plain glassine wrappers which we lack. Text clean; xx, [2], [214], [2], colophon; xi, [3], 215 - [433] pages + colophon; indexes, appendixes, color & b/w plates.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Jean-Henri Fabre, Hieronymus Bosch, et al.. 10" By 13". Set.

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        Horton Hatches the Egg

      Random House, 1957 An early printing, inscribed by Seuss "Best Wishes, Dr. Seuss" on the verso of the front free endpaper. Good with 2 inch piece missing from top of spine. Owner's inscription dated 1957 on front free endpaper.. Inscribed by Author(s). 5th or later Edition. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket.

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        (21 BÄNDE) Gesammelte Schriften. (19 Bände in 21).

      Teubner Verlagsgesellschaft Stgt. / Vandenhoeck u. Ruprecht; Göttingen, 1957-1982. Ca. 8500 S.; 25 cm; 21 Original-Leinenbände.Sehr gute Exemplare; Einbände stw. minimal berieben. // INHALTE der BÄNDE : Band 1: 4.Aufl. 1959; Einleitung in die Geisteswissenschaften. Versuch einer Grundlegung für das Studium der Gesellschaft und der Geschichte. Erster Band. // Band 2: 5.Aufl. 1957; Weltanschauung und Analyse des Menschen seit Renaissance und Reformation // Band 3: 2.Aufl. 1959; Studien zur Geschichte des deutschen Geistes. Leibniz und sein Zeitalter. Friedrich der Große und die deutsche Aufklärung. Das 18. jahrhundert und die geschichtliche Welt // Band 4: 2.Aufl. 1959; Die Jugendgeschichte Hegels und andere Anhandlungen zur Geschichte des deutschen Idealismus // Band 5: 2.Aufl.; 1957; Die geistige Welt. Einleitung in die Philosophie des Lebens. Erste Hälfte Abhandlungen zur Grundlegung der Geisteswissenschaften // Band 6: 3.Aufl.; 1958; Die geistige Welt. Einleitung in die Philosophie des Lebens. Zweite Hälfte Abhandlungen zur Poetik, Ethik und Pädagogik // Band 7: 2.Aufl.; 1958; Der Aufbau der geschichtlichen Welt in den Geisteswissenschaften // Band 8: 2.Aufl.; 1960; Weltanschauungslehre. Abhandlungen zur Philosophie der Philosophie // Band 9: 2.Aufl.; 1960; Pädagogik. Geschichte und Grundlinien des Systems // Band 10: 1958, System der Ethik // Band 11: 2.Aufl.; 1960; Vom Aufgang des geschichtlichen Bewußtseins. Jugendaufsätze und Erinnerungen // Band 12: 2.Aufl.; 1960; Zur preussischen Geschichte. Schleiermachers politische Gesinnung und Wirksamkeit. Die Reorganisatoren des preussischen Staates. Das allgemeine Landrecht // Band 13/1 : 1970; Leben Schleiermachers. Erster Halbband; hrsg. v. Martin Redeker // Band 13/2 : Leben Schleiermachers. Zweiter Halbband; hrsg. v. Martin Redeker // Band 14/1 : 1966; Leben Schleiermachers. Zweiter Band: Schleiermachers System als Philosophie und Theologie; Erster Halbband; hrsg. v. Martin Redeker // Band 14/2 : 1966; Leben Schleiermachers. Zweiter Band: Schleiermachers System als Philosophie und Theologie; Zweiter Halbband; hrsg. v. Martin Redeker // Band 15: 1970; Zur Geistesgeschichte des 19. Jahrhunderts. Portraits und biographische Skizzen. Quellenstudien und Literaturberichte zur Theologie und Philosophie im 19. Jahrhundert. Hrsg. von Ulrich Herrmann // Band 16: 1972; Zur Geistesgeschichte des 19. Jahrhunderts. Aufsätze und Rezensionen aus Zeitungen und Zeitschriften 1859-1874. Hrsg. von Ulrich Herrmann // Band 17: 1974; Zur Geistesgeschichte des 19. Jahrhunderts. Aus \"Westermanns Monatsheften\": Literaturbriefe. Berichte zur Kunstgeschichte. Verstreute Rezensionen 1867-1884; hrsg. v. Ulrich Herrmann // Band 18: 1977; Die Wissenschaften vom Menschen, der Gesellschaft und der Geschichte. Vorarbeiten zur Einleitung in die Geisteswissenschaften (1865-1880), hrsg. von Helmut Johach und Frithjof Rodi // Band 19: 1982; Grundlegung der Wissenschaften vom Menschen, der Gesellschaft und der Geschichte. Ausarbeitungen und Entwürfe zum 2.Band der Einleitung in die Geisteswissenschaften (ca. 1970-1895); hrsg. von H. Johach u. F. Rodi. --- Wilhelm Dilthey (* 19. November 1833 in Biebrich; † 1. Oktober 1911 in Seis am Schlern, Südtirol) war ein deutscher Theologe, Gymnasiallehrer und Philosoph. Entgegen dem zu seiner Zeit stark verbreiteten Naturalismus entwickelte Dilthey ein lebensphilosophisches Fundament, welches das menschliche Leben und die Formen seines Ausdrucks nicht mehr nur nach Naturgesetzlichkeiten erklärte, sondern vielmehr die Eigengesetzlichkeit des menschlichen Geisteslebens zu verstehen suchte. Dilthey baute diesen Ansatz wissenschaftstheoretisch aus und formulierte in Abgrenzung zu den Naturwissenschaften eine Theorie der Geisteswissenschaften, als deren Begründer er gilt. Als deren Methode entwickelte er die Hermeneutik und die verstehende Psychologie in wesentlicher Weise weiter. Zur empirischen Anwendung brachte Dilthey seine Methoden in der Weltanschauungslehre, einem Deutungsschema für die seiner Meinung nach gescheiterten Systeme der Metaphysik. In ihr versuchte Dilthey aufzuzeigen, wie alle unterschiedlichen und sich widersprechenden metaphysischen Systeme ihren gemeinsamen Ursprung im Lebenszusammenhang des Menschen haben, zugleich kategorisierte er die historischen Ansätze nach verschiedenen \"Typen der Weltanschauung\". … Der Naturalismus hat als Strömung seit dem 17. Jahrhundert dazu geführt, dass ein mechanisch-kausales Naturverständnis auch auf das Innenleben des Menschen übertragen wurde, also seinem Geistes- und Gefühlsvermögen dieselben kausalen Gesetze unterstellt wurden, wie man sie bei der physikalischen Beschreibung der Natur vorfand. Kant hat dieses Problem zu lösen versucht, indem er die physikalische Natur als Naturbeschreibung durch die reine Vernunft auffasste. Diese Unterscheidung setzt eine Trennung von Ding an sich und Erscheinungen voraus. Dabei sind es laut Kant nur die Erscheinungen, die der Verstand in der Anschauung erfassen kann und denen sich Kausalität zusprechen lässt. Ob die Kausalität jedoch auch dem hinter der Erscheinung liegenden Ding an sich zukommt, bleibt ungewiss. Diese Erklärung hat allerdings nicht dazu geführt, dass die Naturwissenschaft ihre Ergebnisse als Konstruktionsmittel und hypothetische Erkenntnisse wertete. Vielmehr fand die Auffassung, dass die Naturwissenschaften ihren Gegenstand unmittelbar erklären könnten, einen ersten Höhepunkt im Positivismus und Naturalismus, wie ihn Comte und Mill vertraten. Hier ergab sich für Dilthey das offensichtliche Problem, dass, wenn alle Vernunftprozesse kausal determiniert sind, auch die positivistische und naturalistische Auffassung des Menschen selbst determiniert ist. Damit hebt sich jedoch der Anspruch auf Gewissheit unter verschiedenen alternativen Auffassungen selbst auf. Diltheys Lösung besteht in der Unterscheidung von Natur- und Geisteswissenschaften, welche zugleich die Autonomie und Freiheit des Vernunftwesens Mensch wiederherstellen soll: Statt in den Naturzusammenhang band Dilthey den Menschen dabei in den Geschichts- und Kulturzusammenhang ein, innerhalb dessen sich seine geistige Spontaneität zeigt und ausbildet. So wie Kant mit seiner Kritik der reinen Vernunft die erkenntnistheoretische Grundlage der Naturwissenschaften zu erklären versuchte, bemühte sich Dilthey in seinem lebenslangen Projekt einer Kritik der historischen Vernunft, die Grundlage für die von ihm so benannten Geisteswissenschaften zu legen. Der Titel einer historischen Vernunft zeigt dabei schon Diltheys Kritik an Kant. So ist bei Dilthey die Vernunft keine überzeitliche und unveränderliche Größe eines individuellen Subjekts, sondern hat ihre Ausprägung im Verlauf der Geschichte erfahren und wird dadurch konstatiert. In sie fließen also auch die geschichtlich gewordenen Handlungen und Praktiken des Kulturwesens Mensch mit ein. Diltheys grundsätzlich geschichtliche Orientierung ging dabei auf J.G. Droysens geschichtsphilosophische Vorstellungen des Historismus zurück. Die Kritik der historischen Vernunft bezieht sich jedoch nicht nur auf Kant, sondern erhebt Anspruch darauf, die gesamte Geschichte der Metaphysik zu betrachten. In Anlehnung an Hegels Phänomenologie des Geistes bezeichnete Dilthey sein Programm auch als Phänomenologie der Metaphysik. Anders als bei Hegel führte er den geschichtlichen Prozess nicht zu einem metaphysischen System des absoluten Wissens zusammen, welches schließlich absolute Gewissheit bieten sollte. Vielmehr nimmt seine Betrachtung den umgekehrten Weg, nämlich zu zeigen, wie sich eine Weltanschauung erst durch die vielen kleinen Gewissheiten ausprägt, die in der unmittelbaren Gewissheit des Erlebnisses und des Lebens selbst wurzeln. Dieses dient ihm dann auch als Fundament zur Begründung der Geisteswissenschaften. Ihr Ziel ist ein \"Verstehen des Lebens und der Geschichte\". Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Geisteswissenschaften; Wilhelm Dilthey; 21 Bände Gesammelte Schriften; Wissenschaft; Lebensphilosophie

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        L'exil et le royaume

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        Citizen of the Galaxy

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1957. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. First printing (Scribner's "A" on copyright page) of "one of the two or three best of Heinlein's 'juveniles.'" (Pringle). 8vo: x,302pp. Publisher's grey cloth, spine and upper cover lettered in red, illustrated end papers and double-page title, dust jacket design by Leonard Everett Fisher, priced $2.95. Fine, bright copy, probably unread, in like jacket with no tears or chips. Highly collectible condition. Survey of Science Fiction Literature I, pp. 363-68. Anatomy of Wonder (3rd ed.), 5-61. Pringle, Ultimate Guide to Science Fiction, p. 61. First serialized in Astounding magazine. "Early instance of using children's science fiction for explaining and pushing ideas [here, alternate ways of organizing society] rather than merely relating exciting incidents." (Anatomy of Wonder) Between 1947 and 1958, Scribner's brought out one new Heinlein juvenile title a year. (This is the twelfth, of thirteen.) "What they have in common, beginning with the second book in the series, is that they center, not merely on Bildung, but on what C. G.. Jung called the "Individuation Crisis," in which a young person distinguishes himself from the psychological matrices of family and peer group and takes on personal, adult responsibilities. . . . Heinlein had written individuation stories before, but his explorations of this storytelling form extended and enriched the entire field of children's writing. . . . The series of Heinlein's juvenile books is considered by some critics to be the finest and most important portion of Heinlein's entire body of work. They have remained continuously in print for more than fifty years." (Literary Encyclopedia) Note: 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.

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        FUOCHI SUI MONTI DELL'APPENNINO TOSCANO

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