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        Doctor Zhivago

      London: Collins and Harvill Press,, 1958. Translated from the Russian by Max Hayward and Manya Harari. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Bookplate to front pastedown. Spine gently rolled, an excellent copy in the jacket with light foxing to rear panel and nicks to extremities, tape repair to verso. First edition in English, first impression, of the book that earned Pasternak the Nobel Prize for literature. The award was offered in mid-October 1958, but before the end of the month, under intense pressure from the Soviet authorities, Pasternak was forced to reject the award.

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        Doctor Zhivago - a very nice copy

      Collins Harvill, 1958. Hardcover. Near Fine. A first edition, first printing published by Collins/Harvill in 1958. A near fine book (or better) in a near fine unclipped wrapper with a little darkening to the spine. One of the best copies we have seen.

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        Doctor Zhivago. Translated from the Russian by Max Hayward and Manya Harari.

      London: Collins and Harvill Press, 1958 - Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Bookplate to front pastedown. Spine gently rolled, an excellent copy in the jacket with light foxing to rear panel and nicks to extremities, tape repair to verso. First edition in English, first impression, of the book that earned Pasternak the Nobel Prize for literature. The award was offered in mid-October 1958, but before the end of the month, under intense pressure from the Soviet authorities, Pasternak was forced to reject the award. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        L'envers et l'endroit Grand papier ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Gallimard, 1958. Fine. Gallimard, Paris 1958, 11,5x18cm, reliure de l'éditeur. - Later edition of 550 numbered copies on vélin labeur paper. Publisher's paper boards with an original design by Paul Bonet. Precious and beautiful inscription from Albert Camus to René Char :  " à vous cher René, ces confidences, et une amitié du même cœur, fraternellement. / Albert Camus. / Juin 59" Very nice copy of exceptional provenance. The friendship between Albert Camus and René Char is among the most touching and most fruitful in French literature.  There was nothing obvious to bring together the Algerian journalist and author and the Provencal poet, much less to suggest a mutual affinity. Camus had not come across Char's poetry and Char had no taste for novels, apart from those of Maurice Blanchot. Nonetheless, it is through their respective works that the two artists found out about each other and developed a mutual respect. So - before Camus and Char actually met - they had met through Caligula and Hypnos - both illustrating the poet's responsibility in the face of the violent world. "So in our darkness Beauty has no given space. All that space is for Beauty" (Char, Feuillets d'Hypnos). It is this mutual need for Beauty as a political response to the outrageousness of ideologies that united the two artists at the end of the war.  Catalyst to their friendship, this first "acknowledgment" inaugurated a twelve-year correspondence, during the course of which their mutual affection grew and revealed an artistic convergence:   "I believe that our brotherhood - on all levels - goes even deeper than we think and feel" (Char to Camus, 3 November 1951). "What a great and profound thing it is to detach oneself bit by bit from all that and all those who are worth nothing and to find little by little over the years and across borders a community of spirit. Like with many of us, who all at once feel ourselves finally becoming of 'the few'" (Camus to Char, 26 February 1950). These 'few' are a reference to a quotation from Gide: "I believe in the virtue of small numbers; the world will be saved by a few," whom Char and Camus tried to bring together in establishing the Empédocle review: "It is perhaps time that 'the few' Gide talked about came together," as Camus wrote to Guilloux in January 1949. They published writing by Gracq, Melville, Grenier, Guilloux, Blanchot, Ponge, Rilke, Kafka, and so on. However, internal dissension soon engulfed the review and they abandoned the project together.   Their friendship, however, remained unblemished. The two men met regularly in Provence, where Char was from and - thanks to him - Camus' adopted home. They showed each other their manuscripts and confided in each other with their doubts: "The more I produce the less sure I become. Night falls ever thicker on the artist's path, his way. Eventually, he dies completely blind. My only hope is that there is still light inside, somewhere, and though he cannot see it, it continues to shine nonetheless. But how can one be sure? That is why one must rely on a friend, one who knows and understands, one who is walking that same path."    They inscribed works to each other (the reprints of Feuillets d'Hypnos and Actuelles) and in each new copy wrote inscriptions in which they both reinforced their comradeship in arms and in spirit.  "to René Char who helps me live, awaiting our kingdom, his friend and brother in hope," (manuscript of The Plague). "For Albert Camus, one of the very rare men I admire and love and whose work is the honor of our times. René Char," (Fureur et mystère) "[to RENÉ CHAR], fellow traveler, this guidebook to a mutual voyage into the time of men, waiting for noon. Affectionately, Albert Camus," (Actuelles I) "For Albert Camus, whose friendship and work form a Presence that illuminates and fortifies the eyes," (Art bref). "Oh if only poets would agree to become again what they were before: seers who speak to us of all that is possible...If they only gave us a foretaste of virtues to come. Nietzsche." "To René Char, brother of the undersigned, with whom he has been there all the way, with admiration and affection from his friend / Albert Camus." This copy was doubtless inscribed in October 1953 along with the other "bound" copies (the Prassinos binding - cf. letter of the 23 October 1953). Camus had already presented Char with a first copy of this ode to his homeland, first published in 1939, well before their meeting: "To René Char, to bring back for us those years in which I did not know him, but which already held within them the reasons for our friendship." This second inscription on "these first Nuptials," underlines how this youthful work which celebrates the "nuptials of man with the world," is a precocious revelation of what they would go on to call their "fraternity with the planet". On Camus' death, Char published La postérité du soleil, the work they wrote together in 1952, an homage to their friendship and to that "hinterland which is the image of our own, invisible to others." A very attractive copy with an exceptional provenance. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition imprimée à 550 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin labeur. Reliure de l'éditeur en plein cartonnage réalisé d'après la maquette originale de Paul Bonet. Précieux et superbe envoi autographe signé d'Albert Camus à René Char, réalisé quelques mois avant sa mort soudaine en janvier 1960 : "à vous cher René, ces confidences, et une amitié du même cœur, fraternellement. / Albert Camus. / Juin 59". A la remise de son prix Nobel, Camus déclarait en conférence de presse: "Notre plus grand poète français selon moi, je veux dire René Char, qui est pour moi non seulement un poète, un grand poète et un écrivain d'immense talent, mais qui est pour moi comme un frère. (...) Depuis Apollinaire(...) il n'y a pas eu dans la littérature française de révolution comparable à celle qu'a accomplie René Char." L'amitié entre Albert Camus et René Char figure parmi les plus belles et fructueuses de la littérature française. Rien ne semblait destiner l'écrivain journaliste algérois et le poète provençal à se rencontrer et encore moins à s'apprécier. Camus n'entendait rien à la poésie et Char n'avait aucun goût pour le roman, ceux de Maurice Blanchot mis à part. Pourtant, c'est par leurs œuvres respectives que les deux artistes se découvrent et s'apprécient. Ainsi avant Camus et Char se rencontrent Caligula et Hypnos, illustrant tous deux la responsabilité du poète face à la violence du monde. « Dans nos ténèbres, il n'y a pas une place pour la Beauté. Toute la place est pour la Beauté. » (Char, Feuillets d'Hypnos). C'est cette exigence commune de la Beauté comme réponse politique à la démesure des idéologies qui unit les deux artistes au sortir de la guerre. Ferment de leur amitié, cette première « reconnaissance » inaugure une correspondance de douze années au fil de laquelle croît leur affection mutuelle et se révèlent leur convergences artistiques : « Je crois que notre fraternité - sur tous les plans - va encore plus loin que nous l'envisageons et que nous l'éprouvons. » (Char à Camus, 3 novembre 1951). « Quelle bonne et profonde chose que de se détacher peu à peu de tout ce et tous ceux qui ne méritent rien et de reconnaître peu à peu à travers les années et les frontières une famille d'esprits. Comme on se sent beaucoup tout d'un coup à être enfin quelques-uns... » (Camus à Char, 26 février 1950) Ces « quelques-uns », référence à la citation de Gide : « Je crois à la vertu du petit nombre ; le monde sera sauvé par quelques-uns », Char et Camus tenteront de les rassembler en fondant ensemble la revue Empédocle : « Il est peut-être temps que les quelques-uns dont parlait Gide se réunissent » écrit Camus à Guilloux en janvier 1949. Ils publieront des écrits de Gracq, Melville, Grenier, Guilloux, Blanchot, Ponge, Rilke, Kafka... Les dissensions internes auront rapidement raison de la revue, et c'est ensemble qu'ils abandonneront le projet. Leur amitié, elle, est sans ombre. Les deux hommes se retrouvent régulièrement en Provence, terre natale de Char et devenue, grâce à lui, le pays d'adoption de Camus. Ils partagent leurs manuscrits, se confient leur doutes : « Plus je produis et moins je suis sûr. Sur le chemin où marche un artiste, la nuit tombe de plus en plus épaisse. Finalement, il meurt aveugle. Ma seule foi est que la lumière l'habite, au-dedans, et qu'il ne peut la voir, et qu'elle rayonne quand même. Mais comment en être sûr. C'est pourquoi il faut bien s'appuyer sur l'ami, quand il sait et comprend, et qu'il marche lui-même du même pas. » Ils se dédient leurs œuvres (la réédition des Feuillets d'Hypnos et Actuelles) et s'adressent sur chaque nouvel exemplaire des dédicaces qui, chacune, scellent leur fraternité d'armes et d'âme. « à René Char qui aide à vivre, en attendant notre royaume, son ami et son frère en espoir. » (manuscrit de La Peste) « Pour Albert Camus, un des très rares hommes que j'admire et que j'aime et dont l'œuvre est l'honneur de ce temps. René Char » (Fureur et mystère) « [à RENÉ CHAR], frère de route, ce livre de bord d'un commun voyage vers le temps des hommes, en attendant midi. Affectueusement Albert Camus » (Actuelles I) « Pour Albert Camus, dont l'amitié et l'œuvre forment une Présence qui éclaire et fortifie les yeux » (Art bref) « Ah si seulement les poètes consentaient à redevenir ce qu'ils étaient autrefois : des voyants qui nous parlent de ce qui est possible... Que ne nous donnent-ils l'avant-goût des vertus à venir. Nietzsche ». « A René Char, frère de ceux-ci, dont il a fait toute la route avec l'admiration et l'affection de son ami. / Albert Camus » A la mort de Camus, Char publie La postérité du soleil, leur œuvre commune écrite en 1952, hommage à leur amitié et à : « cet arrière-pays qui est à l'image du nôtre, invisible à autrui ». Très bel exemplaire d'une exceptionnelle provenance. Merci de nous contacter 24 heures à l'avance si vous souhaitez voir cet ouvrage à la librairie.  

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        The Suffrage of Elvira

      Andre Deutsch, 1958. Hardcover. Near Fine. The author's rare second novel. A first edition, first printing, published by Andre Deutsch in 1958. A near fine book with one gift inscription to the ffep, in lovely condition and without foxing. In a near fine wrapper which is clipped and has a slight crease to the fore-edge and some rubbing to the tail of the spine, but otherwise flawless. A lovely copy of a rare book.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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      Warren 1958 - -Forrest J. Ackerman, Lon Chaney, Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff -Horror films photos and info -Mad Magazine feature with Wally Wood Art -Frankenstein, Dracula -Small tear above logo Condition: FN-

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        Famous Monsters #2 1958-bela lugosi-karloff-chaney-wally wood-vg

      Warren 1958 - -Forrest J. Ackerman, Lon Chaney, Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff -Horror films photos and info -Mad Magazine feature with Wally Wood Art -Frankenstein, Dracula -Chip off cover, spine split 1" at bottom. Condition: VG

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        Gregorii Nysseni opera. 14 volumes of the series (I, II, III.1, III.2, III.4, V, VI, VII.1, VII.2, VIII.1, IX, X.1, X.2 & Supplementum.)

      Leiden, E. J. Brill, 1958 - 1996. 14 volumes [of 18 / vol. 3/3, 3/5, 4/1 and 8/2 are missing]. Original blue cloth, (hardcovers), gilt. 25 cm. - (volume 1 & 8 sl. worn and with some notes in pencil) Otherwise very good/ fine and clean, see picture. Volumes present are: I: Contra Eunomium Libri. Pars Prior Liber I et II (Vulgo I et XII B). 1960. xvi,410 pp. II: Contra Eunomium Libri. Pars Altera. Liber III (Vulgo III-XII) Refutatio Confessionis Eunomii (Vulgo Lib.II). 1960. lxxii,412 pp. III,1: Gregorii Nysseni Opera Dogmatica Minora. Pars I. 1958. lxii,236. III,2: Gregorii Nysseni Opera Dogmatica Minora. Pars II. 1987. clxxviii,122 pp. III,4: Gregorii Nysseni Oratio Catechetica. Opera Dogmatica Minora, Pars IV. 1996. cxl,112 pp. V: In inscriptiones psalmorum in sextum psalmum in ecclesiasten homiliae. 1962. x,454 pp. VI: In canticum canticorum. 1960. lxxxii,492 pp. VII,1: De vita moysis. 1964. xx,146 pp. VII,2: De oratione dominica de beatitudinibus. 1992. lii,180 pp. VIII,1: Opera Ascetica. 1963. viii,416 pp. IX: Sermones Pars I. 1967. x,508 pp. X,1: Sermones Pars II. 1990. cclxiv,176 pp. X,2: Sermones Pars III. 1996. lx,378,(2) pp.& Supplementum. Auctorum incertorum.... Sermones de creatione hominis. Sermo de paradiso. 1972. clxxiv,102 pp. ISBN: 9789004133150

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        Giulio Romano (2 Vols )

      New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1958. Cloth. Near Fine/Very Good. A solid example of the 1958 1st edition of this uncommon monograph on 16th century Italian painter Giulio Romano, complete in 2 volumes. Both volumes clean and Near Fine in bright, price-intact, VG dustjackets, with light rubbing at the panels and light chipping to the spine ends. Tall quartos, crisp black-and-white plates thruout. "The first full moderrn study of Raphael's most gifted pupil --a leading figure among the so-called Mannerist artists of 16th century Italy and a master with a position of peculiar influence in the art of the late Renaissance and Baroque periods." (from the dustjacket flap).

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        Het dorp Groot Zundert, van den oliemolen te zien. With: 2) Het dorp Etten met deszelfs raadhuis. 3) Het dorp De Leur, van den Rietdyk te zien. 4) Het dorp Rysbergen.[Groot Zundert, Etten, Leur and Rijsbergen (North Brabant)], [ca. 1778?]. Drawings in coloured gouaches on laid paper (31 x 47 cm), showing views of the villages of Groot Zundert, Etten, Leur and Rijsbergen all near Breda. Each drawing in a wide, mahogany-veneered wooden frame (63 x 79 cm; ca. 1820?), under glass, the outer part of the glass lacquered on the underside in black with a thick gold double- line (for Etten a thicker single-line) border around the drawing, and the title in gold lettering below it in an upright bastarda gothic style.

      C. Th. Lohmann, “Het huis ‘De Zwaan' te Etten”, in: Jaarboek De Oranjeboom XI (1958), pp. 155-162; for Verrijk: A.G. Schulte, Dirk Verrijk 1734-1786: tekeningen en schetsen (1993). Four lovely large views of four villages, all 8 to 15 km west and southwest of Breda in the Dutch province of North Brabant, near today's Belgian border, drawn from life by the Haarlem painter Dirk Verrijk (1734-1786). Verrijk signed those of Groot Zundert (below right) and Etten (below left), both also "del. ad viv.". All four clearly match in format and style and must have been made as a series.1) A view of the village of Groot Zundert (now Zundert), looking northeast up the Molenstraat from site of the horse-powered oil mill, with a coach on the hanging shop sign of a coach/wagon maker in the foreground right (with a wagon maker at work before the shed next door), a large corner house in the foreground left and the steeple of a church in the distance. Besides numerous tile-roofed and thatched houses, one can see a well next to a thatch-roofed hitching post(?), numerous people busy with their daily activities and a horse-drawn covered wagon. 2) A view of the town of Etten (now the larger southwest part of Etten-Leur) from the Markt showing the then new town hall (built 1776) with the church tower behind it to the right. In the foreground at the right one can see a splendid step-gabled inn/tavern "De Zwaan" with a swan on its hanging signboard.3) A view of the village of Leur (now the smaller northeast part of Etten-Leur) from the "Rietdijk", apparently looking east from what is now the Korte Brugstraat, with step-gabled houses on either side and a road leading to a drawbridge over a canal in the centre of the view and the 1614 Reformed Church (now the Trouwkerkje) across the canal on the right. People stand talking before several houses.4) A view of the village of Rijsbergen, probably looking northeast from what is now the Antwerpseweg, with mostly thatched houses, a roofed wooden manger(?), horse-drawn wagons and carriages, and dozens of people before the buildings, several quite elegantly dressed.The view of Etten has a few small restorations along the edges, but all are otherwise in very good condition. The veneer of the frames shows several small chips and the glass for Etten was replaced at a later date (the others are blown glass) and its gold border and lettering therefore also differ slightly from the other three, but the frames are otherwise in good condition. Four lovely large village views in coloured gouaches, with very detailed scenes and showing the houses and other buildings that are now almost entirely lost.

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        Dr No - in custom made clamshell box

      Cape, 1958. Hardcover. Near Fine. A first edition, first printing published by Cape in 1958. A near fine book - with dancing girl silhouette to the front board (one small white line to the rear panel), with one neat name to the the front endpaper. In a very good+ unclipped wrapper. Some foxing to the rear panel and flap. Wear to the spine tips and corners. Complete with a custom-made clamshell box

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        [Showbill]: The American Premiere of Endgame

      New York: Cherry Lane Theatre, [1958]. New York: Cherry Lane Theatre. [1958]. First. One leaf folded to make four pages. An Off-Broadway showbill for the American premiere of Endgame. Very faint vertical crease, near fine. The showbill for the premiere consists mostly of cast biographies; featured were Alvin Epstein, Lester Rawlins, P.J. Kelly, and Nydia Westman. Scarce and ephemeral. .

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      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, [1958].. Octavo, cloth. First edition. 1959 Hugo nominee. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-510. Pringle, Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels 27. A fine copy in good first printing dust jacket (priced $2.95 on front flap) with light wear at edges, chips from spine ends, and dust soiling to yellow background ink. (#132908)

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        A Glass of Blessings

      Cape, 1958. Hardcover. Very Good. A first edition, first printing published by Cape in 1958. A very good book (one small name to the ffep) with a little light staining to the edge of page 189-93, In a wrapper which has a little reinforcement to the spine, is price clipped and has a neat repair to a closed tear on the front panel. Some loss to the corners and to spine tips. A solid copy of a rare Barbara Pym novel.

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      Cape, London. 1958 - Scarce in dj. Slightly nicked around extremities with some fading dustiness and wear esp to jacket edges, reverse of dj slightly grubby with damp marks showing through somewhat. Even so more presentable than one might presume. Very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Heads, Figures, Ideas

      London and New York: George Rainbird / New York Graphic Society, 1958. First edition. Jacket lightly worn at extremities, bookplate, two tiny bubbles to front board, but overall a fine copy. Folio. Original lithograph in colors; reproductions throughout, one photographic reproduction tipped-in. Original cloth-backed pictorial boards; pictorial dust jacket. Very scarce in an undamaged jacket, due to the large size of the book and its nearly-inevitable mishandling. Commentary by Geoffrey Grigson.

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        Brighton Rock An Entertainment

      New York: Viking, 1958. 1st American edition. Hardcover. Orig. cloth. Fine in very good dust wrapper. 558 pages. 21 x 14 cm. Published June, 1938, one month previous to the English edition with $2.50 dust wrapper price. Covers, clean, bright and fresh; dust wrapper nicks at corners, backstrip head and foot. Orig. dark salmon, silver and black cloth, backstrip lettered in silver.

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      [New York]: Beacon [Universal Publishing and Distribution Corp., 1958].. Small octavo, pictorial wrappers. First edition. Beacon #B175. Paperback original. Author's name misspelled Williford on the front cover. Some very light edge rubbing, light crease to spine, a fine copy. Uncommon in superior condition. (#125671)

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        My Face For The World To See (First Ediiton In Dust Jacket)

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1958. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good. 183 Pp. Stated First Edition, In Unclipped Dust Jacket Priced $3.00. Book Near Fine, Just A Trace Of Rubbing At Tips, White Chalk Lettering All Complete And Strong, No Names Or Marks. Dj Lightly Worn, Unfaded, Few Short Tears And Some Minute Losses At Corners, Small Very Faint Glass Ring On Rear Panel..

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        Doctor Zhivago - a very nice copy

      Collins Harvill 1958 - A first edition, first printing published by Collins/Harvill in 1958. A near fine book (or better) in a near fine unclipped wrapper with a little darkening to the spine. One of the best copies we have seen. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Biological Activity of Insulin Peptides.

      Cambridge: Christ's College,, 1958. A dissertation submitted to the University of Cambridge in candidature for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Tall quarto. Original black cloth, spine lettered in gilt. Typescript, text on the rectos only. 27 tipped-in plates, tables in the text. Some dampstain to cloth also affecting portions of contents, particularly the gutter and upper edges of early leaves, some spotting and tanning, browning of adhesive used for plates, a very good copy. The doctoral dissertation of the eminent physician, polymath, and UN delegate Davidson Nicol. Inscribed from the author to his Cambridge mentor Frederick Sanger on the front free endpaper, "To Fred Sanger, with many thanks for your help and inspiration over this work, from, Davidson Nicol. Return address: University College of Sierra Leone, Freetown". With a handful of small manuscript corrections and insertions of special characters by Nicol. Nicol was born in Freetown, Sierra Leone, and became the first African to graduate with First Class Honours from Cambridge and the first African elected Fellow of a Cambridge college. He went on to earn a medical degree from St. Bart's and then returned to Sierra Leone where he worked as a university administrator. Nicol served as Sierra Leone's chief United Nations delegate from 1969 to 1971, was president of the Security Council, and later became the Under Secretary General and head of Unitar, a UN institute that teaches diplomacy, negotiation, and economic and social development to diplomats from developing countries. A prolific author, he wrote both fiction and works on international politics, and in later life was president of the World Federation of United Nations Associates.

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        Baa Baa Black (Col. Gregory Boyington, USMC, Ret.)

      Wilson Press, Inc, Fresno 1958 - Seventeenth Printing. Illus. 384 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Inscribed on ffep, "To Norman Martin-/ With Warmest Regards-/Always-/ Pappy Boyington." AND ABOVE: "Masajiro "Mike" Kawato Japanese WWII Ace 19 Victories/ I shot down Col. Greg/ Pappy Boyington/ Jan. 26, 1982." Blue boards. Fine in VG pictorial dj by Ben Fedder, Inc [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      Jonathan Cape 1958 - 1958 hardback impression in VG+ condition, there is a small holt to the top corner of the front blank endpage, no other markings, pages are clean, binding is firm but with a slight spine lean, the jacket has some general wear to extremities and folds there is also some toning but no loss, now in removable protective sleeve, please see pics, PayPal accepted, any questions please get in touch. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Über eine bisher noch nicht benützte Erweiterung des finiten Standpunktes [i Dialectica]

      Bok. Editions du Griffon, Neuchâtel. I Dialectica vol. 12, Nos 3/4 (1958), s. 280-287. Privatbundet klotband med ryggetikett. Hela volym 12 (1958) och volym 13 (1959) av Dialectica medbundna. Blyertsnotering på förtitelblad till volym 12, i övrigt ren inlaga. Omslagen ej medbundna till någon av delarna. 504 s. + 370 s. Läs mer: 2008/str08b.pdf ectica_interpretation

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        Bibliographia Brasiliana: A Bibliographical Essay on Rare Books About Brazil from 1504 to 1900 and Works of Brazilian Authors Published Abroad Before the Independence of Brazil in 1822: In Two Volumes

      Amsterdam and Rio De Janeiro: Colibris Editora LTDA, 1958. Beautifully custom rebound 2/3 marbled boards and 1/3 leather, five raised bands at spine, bright gilt titles, marbled endpages, and housed in a lovely marbled custom slipcase. Near Fine, slipcase shows one bumped corner, both volumes have the scantest bit of foxing. Hard to imagine a better copy of this title ! A limited edition according to the colophon page, this set unnumbered. The standard bibliography on Brasiliana. . First Edition. Leather and Marbled Boards . Near Fine. Large 8vo.

      [Bookseller: Dale Steffey Books]
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        Kakkenpo: Karate Kyohan

      Bok. Renbukan. 1958. 114 s. Hardback with printed board cover (as issued). This is a true gem for the serious collector and researcher of martial art books.Sai Choko (also known as Tsai Chang Gan) was a renowned author and teacher of karate in Japan. In February 1941 the Japan Times published a photo of some men doing what looked like karate above this caption: "A new form of defense has been worked out by Mr. Choko Sai, of Formosa, combining points of judo and a kind of boxing perfected in the Loochoo Islands." . Moreover, at the end of the fifties he was named president of board of directors of AJKF (All Japan Karate-Do Federation) organization founded by master Kanken Toyama in 1946. This is an early and very rare karatebook and one of the few described as crane kempo. Karate written with the old kanji meaning Chinese hand (Tang hand). The books pages have of course darkened, but the book is preserved in a very good condition.

      [Bookseller: Martial Arts Library]
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        Dr. No - in custom made clamshell box

      Cape 1958 - A first edition, first printing published by Cape in 1958. A near fine book - with dancing girl silhouette to the front board (one small white line to the rear panel), with one neat name to the the front endpaper. In a very good+ unclipped wrapper. Some foxing to the rear panel and flap. Wear to the spine tips and corners. Complete with a custom-made clamshell box [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books ABA ILAB PBFA]
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        Tom's Midnight Garden.

      8vo. Recently attractively bound in half dark blue calf over dark blue cloth sides, spine with 5 raised bands ruled and lettered in gilt with gilt centres, top edge gilt; pp. [vi] + 229; with line illustrations by Einzig; a fine copy. First edition.

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd.]
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        Neue Grafik / New Graphic Design / Graphisme Actuel (alles was erschienen, 18 Hefte in 17, compl.). Internationale Zeitschrift f. Grafik u. verwandte Gebiete. International review of Graphic Design and relatet subjets. Revue international du graphisme et des domains annexes..

      4, jew. ca. 65 S., zahlr. teilw. farb. Abb., Broschur., Etwas gebrauchsspurig allg. schöne Exemplare. Vollständige Reihe der von Richard Paul Lohse, Josef Müller-Brockmann, Hans Neuburg und Carlo L. Vivarelli herausgegebenen, massgeblichen Zeitschrift der Schweizer Grafik mit internationaler Ausstrahlung. Zu den AutorInnen gehörten Max Bill, Nelly Rudin, Eugen Gomringer, Emil Ruder, Ernst Scheidegger, Gerrit T. Rietveld, Bruno Kammerer und Magrit Staber. Hauptartikel der Hefte: Nr. 1: Der Einfluss der modernen Kunst auf die zeitgenössische Grafik 2: Expo 1958 3: Pioniere der Grafik in Italien 1905-1937 4: Zur Gestaltung von Ausstellungen u. Plakaten 5: Man Ray 6: Kulturwerbung der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika im Ausland 7: Systematische Grafikerausbildung 8: Geformte Bewegung (Betrachtungen zum Thema Film) 9: Funktionelle Grafik der zwanziger Jahre in Polen 10: Piet Zwart 11: Neue Typografie um 1930 12: Der Bildraum und seine Gesetze 13: Alfred Willimann 14: Konsequente grafische Haltung einer Industriefirma 15: Einheit von Funktion, Konstruktion, Formgebung und Information 16: Schweizer Plakate der letzten vier Jahre. 17/18: Landesflaggen. Typografie, Grafik und Werbung am Bauhaus. - Neue Grafik kann aus historischer Sicht als programmatische Plattform und wirksamstes publizistisches Organ der zu ihrer Zeit international massgeblichen Schweizer Grafik betrachtet werden. In der Zeitschrift wurde von den Protagonisten der Schweizer Schule beziehungsweise ihrer strengen Zürcher Fraktion ein fundamentaler Diskurs über die Grundlagen einer angesagten objektiven Kommunikation und einer konstruktiven Gestaltung geführt. Der Einfluss der Bewegung kann nicht hoch genug eingeschätzt werden. Weltweit wurde die Schweizer Schule, auch International Style genannt, zum Vorbild für die aufkommende konzeptionelle Ausrichtung des Corporate Design von zunehmend global operierenden Grossunternehmen. Aber auch auf die Gestaltung solitärer Aufgaben wie Plakaten, Ausstellungen und Publikationen hatte die Bewegung vorbildhaften Einfluss.Die Neue Grafik ist heute ein wichtiger Orientierungspunkt der jüngeren Geschichte grafischer Gestaltung. Nach dem digitalen Höhenflug lässt sich eine neue Nachfrage nach sachbezogenen Konzeptionen und einer klaren Formensprache feststellen. So ist auch das Interesse an der fast fundamentalistisch zu nennenden Haltung der vier Zürcher Grafiker zu erklären, die als Herausgeber für die Inhalte der Zeitschrift verantwortlich zeichneten. [Dank an den Lars Müller Verlag]

      [Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej]
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        Signed contract between Duke Ellington's music publishing company and Johnny Hodges to publish "Dual Highway."

      New York, April 1, 1958. 8.5" x 10.75". "Partly Printed Document Signed "Duke Ellington," four pages, 8.5" x 10.75", front & verso on two conjoined sheets. New York, April 1, 1958. Fine condition.Tempo Music agrees to publish "Dual Highway," written by Hodges. In 1941, Duke Ellington had formed Tempo Music to publish his and other writers' compositions. Hodges is to receive 100% of the "sums herein payable to the Writer..." Only signed by Ellington at the conclusion.Johnny Hodges (1907-1970) joined Duke Ellington's Orchestra in 1928. He left Ellington to form his own band in 1951, but returned in 1955, playing alto sax until he died in 1970. describes Hodges as the "possessor of the most beautiful tone ever heard in jazz.""

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        Mountolive - SIGNED and inscribed to sculptor Elisabeth Frink

      Faber 1958 - A first edition, second printing published by Faber in 1958. A good only book with some markings to the boards. SIGNED and inscribed by Durrell to Elisabeth Frink and Edward Poult (1968). Some strengthening to the gutters. In a near fine wrapper which is unclipped and has some light wear to the head of the spine. Rare signed copy of the third Alexandria novel. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books ABA ILAB PBFA]
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      Hicksville: Gnome Press, 1958. First edition, first binding. A fine copy, darkening to text block in a fine first state dust jacket, small closed tear to lower rear panel. (8186). Octavo, original black boards, spine printed in red. Part of the "future history" series. Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 3-204.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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      London: Faber and Faber, [1958].. Octavo, boards. First edition, first printing. The author's first SF novel. Issued later with textual differences in the U.S. as STARSHIP (1959). "... a brilliant treatment of the generation starship and also the theme of conceptual breakthrough in a kind of space-going ruined-Earth society; it has become a classic of the field and in 2008 was awarded a retrospective British Science Fiction Association Award for best novel of 1958." - John Clute / David Pringle, SFE (online). Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 3-4. Pringle: Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels #25. Gerber, Utopian Fantasy (1973), p. 160. Upper corner tips lightly bumped, a fine copy in fine dust jacket. (#155183)

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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      Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1958. First edition. A fine copy in a just about fine dust jacket, mild rubbing to front corners and spines ends, tiny rub spot on spine panel. A bright nice copy of a book difficult to find in this condition. (14024). Octavo, boards. The last Lucky Starr juvenile series. Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 5-55.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, [1958]. First edition. A fine copy in a fine first printing dust jacket (with printed price of $2.95). A sharp copy, elusive in this condition. (17074). Octavo, Illustration by Ed Emshwiller (jacket and title page), cloth. "but basically this is a wonderful romp, which I would rank with Heinlein's more adult focused novels." - Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-510. Hugo award nominee, 1959. Pringle, Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels #27.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        Lettres au docteur Schuermans (1921-1922)

      First edition, one of 10 numbered copies on Japon, tirage de tête.A rare and good copy. Temps mêlés s.l. 1958 15,5x19cm broché

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Mani (Signed And Doodled By The Author To Theodore Stephanides)

      The First UK printing published by John Murray in 1958. The BOOK is in Very Good++ or better condition. A little pushing at the spine ends. Light fading to the spine which has slightly encroached onto the front cover. Boards lightly marked places. Gilt tilting and motif remain bright. Light toning to the text block. The WRAPPER is in Very Good++ or better condition and is clipped (as commonly found) with the publisher's revised price present. A little minor rubbing and toning to the spine and rear cover with a few nicks. The John Craxton designed wrapper looks very striking in the removable Brodart archival protector. The book has been INSCRIBED and SIGNED on the first blank end paper: 'To Theodore Stephanides, with many greetings from Patrick Leigh Fermor, London, April 1964'. The author has also doodled a copy of the eye and the greek wording (relating to page 187 : 'Where is Alexander The Great.') from the frontispiece design. There is also the name in pencil of "T.Stephanides' to the upper front end paper. Theodore Stephanides was a Greek poet, author, doctor and naturalist. He is best remembered as the friend and mentor of the famous naturalist Gerald Durrell, featuring in many of Durrell's books including 'My Family and Other Animals, Birds, Beasts and Relatives', Durrell's brother Lawrence's 'Prospero's Cell', and Henry Miller's 'The Colossus of Maroussi'. He was a close friend of Leigh Fermor. A polymath, Stephanides was respected as a scientist and doctor, and acclaimed as a poet in both Greek and English, and translated a sizeable body of Greek poetry to English: notably a significant body of work by Greek poet Kostis Palamas and the Greek near-epic work Erotocritos. He was also a noted biologist and scientist who has three species named after him. He also wrote a definitive biological treatise on the freshwater life in Corfu. His autobiographical account of the Battle of Crete - 'Climax in Crete', and his fictitious account of Corfu and the Ionian Islands - 'Island Trails were widely read', but are now sadly out of print. A significant association copy and very scarce with such attributes. Ashton Rare Books welcomes direct contact.

      [Bookseller: Ashton Rare Books ABA (Associate) PBFA]
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