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        Air France. Rome

      Paris. Perceval. 1959. Color poster, lithograph, 39 1/4 x 24 3/4 inches (100 x 63 cm). Professionally mounted on linen. A few edge tears at top up to 1 1/2 inches, now all minimized. Striking, surreal image with brilliant color by Nathan. Printed by Perceval.

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      Encore, 1959 An exceptionally rare first edition of Pinter's second full-length play, published in limited numbers by Encore Publishing in 1959. This edition is signed on the title page by the author, with a personal dedication to the actress Margery Withers - the second actress to play the part of 'Meg' (and the first to do so on television). - - - - - - - - - - The Birthday Party was first staged in the spring of 1958 at the Arts Theatre in Cambridge, before playing in Oxford and Wolverhampton. It opened in London, at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, in May 1958 and infamously closed after only eight performances. It's failure is said to have caused Pinter to consider ending his ambition to be a playwright but subsequent revivals have cemented it's status as a classic. In 1959 the play received it's first such re-evalution when it was performed by the Tavistock Repertory Company at the Tower Theatre in Islington, London. This production provides the cover photograph of Encore's first edition. Pinter, who lived locally, saw the production and attended some rehearsals (although he was not directly involved in the production). The company, run by non-professionals, were the first to stage the play after it's 1958 opening. [Tower Theatre archive:] This copy of the book belonged to Margery Withers, the actress who played 'Meg' in the Tavistock Rep Company production. It is personally signed by Pinter with the following message: "To Margery, I shall always remember your wonderful performance as Meg. You were the one and only belle of the ball. Love Harold." It is dated, by Pinter, 'Dec. 59'. The quote 'the one and only belle of the ball' is taken directly from the play itself. - - - - - - - - - - In 1960 Margery was offered to reprise the role in the world's first television production of the play. At the time she was working at the BBC and could not get permission to appear in the ITV drama - emboldened and encouraged by Pinter she quit her job to become an actress full-time. She made her professional debut in the ITV television version of this play and subsequently appeared in numerous British television series and films over the next 40 years, including parts in Coronation Street, Z Cars, The Bill, Casualty and Mike Leigh's Secrets and Lies. She died in 1999. Harold Pinter went on to become one of Britain's most celebrated playwrights, screenwriters, actors, poets and theatre directors. In 2005 he won the Nobel Prize for Literature. He died in 2008. Condition: This was Margery's personal copy and has suffered a little wear to the edges. The front page with the signature has been secured to the front cover with sellotape at some point. This doesn't impinge on the signature and with a bit of careful restoration a better job could be made of this. There's also a small corner of the title page missing, but otherwise the book is complete with no other lose pages and no major defects. The binding now is tight. Pinter signatures from the 1950s are also incredibly rare. This is a first edition of Pinter's first published play, signed and dated by the author with a personal message to his leading lady.

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        The Americans

      FIRST EDITION New York: Grove Press, 1959. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION OF FRANK'S MASTERPIECE, possibly the most influential of all American photobooks, SIGNED BY FRANK on half-title. With introduction by Jack Kerouac. In 1955, Frank "was at work on a project supported but the Guggenheim Foundation that was to present a radically different vision of America and the world... Frank's photographs--taken during travels across the United States in 1955 and 1956--would arguably become the most influential achievement of the entire postwar period in terms of their impact on photographers, artists, and writers.??"Frank's book was called, simply, The Americans. It was first published in France in 1958 and then in America in 1959 with a preface by Frank's friend, writer Jack Kerouac. Frank depicted America as a society with a deep-rooted sense of psychological isolation, what sociologist David Riesman called 'the lonely crowd.' America for Frank was a melancholy, even bleak or frightening place marred by racial and class divisions and enlivened only occasionally by a glimpse of lyrical sadness or joy. Frank's photographs, shot in black and white with a 35mm camera, seemed deliberately casual. The lighting and composition of the images were highly unconventional compared to most photojournalism or fine art photography at the time. Frank was after something more personal, more immediate and spontaneous" (Goldberg and Silberman, American Photography).??"Even the design of the text was somewhat revolutionary. Reflecting Walker Evans's book American Photography, Frank's book was sparse and the photographs were only printed on the right-hand side of the pages. The left-hand side was blank except for the page numbers. Thus, from Frank we get a vision of a foreigner's response to his adopted country that is a kind of 'anguished visual poetry rather than graphic art.' Jack Kerouac... wrote in the introduction to the book 'he sucked a sad poem right out of America onto film, taking rank among the tragic poets of the world'" (Encyclopedia of Twentieth-century Photography).??New York: Grove Press, 1959. Oblong quarto, original black cloth, original dust jacket. Book fine, dust jacket price-clipped and with some edgewear. An exceptionally good copy with a particularly strong Frank signature of a book that is notoriously difficult to find in collectible condition. Fine / Very Good.

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        Separate Peace, A

      First UK Edition London Secker & Warburg 1959 The true First Edition of the author's first book, in what is, incontestably, the most graphically interesting of the three dust jacket designs (English and American) in which the first edition has appeared. Small 8vo; 237pp. Fine (and unread) publisher's emerald green cloth, the spine titled in silver; in a just about Fine (very lightly rubbed to the tip and toe of the spine, but retaining its price of 15s) example of the pictorial dust jacket designed by Robin Ray. A scarce collector's copy. Fine Note: With few exceptions (always noted), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves.

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      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1959. Octavo. Original black boards, skull design blindstamped to front cover with gilt "coins" in the eye sockets, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Bookseller's ticket to front pastedown. A little foxing to edges of text block; an excellent copy in the jacket with short closed tear to head of spine panel, with light tissue repair and tissue reinforcement to spine ends on verso. First edition, first impression of the seventh book in the James Bond series.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Goldfinger - SIGNED by three Golden Girls

      Cape, 1959 A first edition, first printing published by Cape in 1959. A very good+ book with some spotting to the page edges. Scribbled out name to the front endpaper. SIGNED by actresses Margaret Nolan (Dink), Shirley Eaton (Jill Masterson/Golden Girl) and Tania Mallett (Tilly Masterson) to the title page. In a very good unclipped wrapper with creasing and some minor loss to the spine tips and corners. Some browning to the rear panel. Rare signed in this way. Housed in a custom-made clamshell box.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        Dents de Lait, Dents de Loup.

      (Paris: 1959). Folio. 65pp. From an edition of 211 copies, this is one of fifteen copies signed by the artist, Jacques Villon, the poet, Henri Pichette, and by the editor, Pierre de Tartas; and with an extra suite of all thirteen etchings, plus duplicate extra suites of the four double-page etchings, two of which are in color. This extraordinary illustrated work shows Villon's range of style, as it includes abstract, Cubist, landscape, and floral studies. It also shows his range of technique, with areas of cross-hatching, aquatint, and color aquatint. The two-color aquatint spreads are interspersed with the text of the poems. A member of the Duchamp family, Villon left the study of law to join the Cubist movement and became particularly known for his virtuosity in color etching. The extra suites of the four double-page plates are printed on japon nacré. This copy has been bound by French master-binder Renaud Vernier in full dark brown box calf with plaquettes set into the front and rear panels that rotate on a stainless steel axis. The plaquettes are formed from two types of lacquered exotic hardwood: macassar ebony and French Guyanan wacapou. Vernier explores the double nature of the title through the revolving panel, placing "Dents de Lait" on one side with the lettering in dark ebony against the lighter wacapou wood; "Dents de Loup" is given the opposite treatment on the other side of the panel. This motif is extended to the back cover, where Villon's name appears on one side, wacapou on ebony, and Pichette's name on the other in reverse. Endleaves are done in "Sienna earth" suede. The finish work on the binding was executed by Claude Ribal, Vernier's long-time collaborator, whose initials appear on the lower rear doublure. Housed in a matching chemise and slipcase. The former apprentice of legendary binder Pierre-Lucien Martin, Vernier has been recognized by France as a living national heritage, and in 2000, he was named "Maître d'Art" -- the only binder in France to be awarded this title. A brilliant synthesis of binding and illustration, resulting in the perfect livre d'artiste. Extremely fine. (The Artist & the Book, p. 214).

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        Zen and Japanese Culture.

      London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1959 - Octavo (236 x 142 mm). Recent black morocco, gilt "Enso" motif on front cover, all edges gilt, endpapers patterned to the Japanese "asanoha" (hemp leaf) motif (often seen on kimonos), back cloth slipcase with black morocco-trim gilt decorated with flashes of the "Enso". An excellent copy. Frontispiece and 67 plates (3 double-folding). First thus, technically the "revised and enlarged second edition of Zen Buddhism and its Influence on Japanese Culture", first published Kyoto, 1938. Suzuki is widely recognised as the man who introduced Zen to the West, and was described by poet and Zen practitioner Gary Snyder as "probably the most culturally significant Japanese person, in international terms, in all of history". The present work is his classic statement of the synthesis of Japanese Zen practice and the wider culture. This copy superbly bound in a restrained Zen manner and thoughtfully decorated with the "Enso" - the circular image representing both the symbol of enlightenment and the apogee of Shodo (Japanese calligraphy).

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        Sex Gang: Violent Stories of Naked Passions

      USA: USA: Nightstand Book # NB 1503 R, 1959, 1st Edition, 2nd Printing, 1959. -----------paperback, a solid Very Good copy with very light rubbing to the colours, book is completely square, quite bright colours, a bit of age toning to paper, super cover art of a knife wielding juvenile delinquent terrorizing a scantily clad, buxom woman, a true modern rarity, Nightstand originally published this in 1959, a number of the stories appeared in 1950's Men's Magazines like GENT, ROGUE, etc., contents include: Sex Gang; The Girl with the Horizontal Mind (originally released as The Gal with the Horizontal Mind by Price Curtis ); Wanted: Two Trollops; The Ugly Virgin (originally released as God Bless the Ugly Virgin ); Sin Time ( originally released as The Silence of Infidelity ); The Pied Piper of sex ( originally released as The Pied Piper of Love ); Bayou Sex Cat ( originally released as A Blue Note for Bayou Betty by Derry Tiger ); The lady Had Zilch; Girl with the Bedroom Eyes ( originally released as Jeanie with the Bedroom Eyes ); The Lustful One ( originally released as The Hungry One ); Bohemia for Christie ( originally released as The Bohemia of Arthur Archer ), any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Later Printing of the first Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good (see description). Illus. by Uncredited Cover Art.

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        Le calligraphe

      - Galerie Louise Leiris, Paris 1959, 23,5x28cm, en feuilles sous chemise et étui. - Edizione illustrata con 8 litografie originali in colori di Andre Beaudin, una delle 90 copie numerate in Rives, un pareggio dopo 10 e 12 in Giappone Cappella. firme scritte di Georges Limbour e Andre Beaudin alla giustificazione del sorteggio. Bella copia. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale illustrée de 8 lithographies originales en couleurs d'André Beaudin, un des 90 exemplaires numérotés sur Rives, seul tirage après 10 Japon et 12 Chapelle. Signatures manuscrites de Georges Limbour et André Beaudin à la justification du tirage. Agréable exemplaire.  

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        Index Kewensis

      Various Authors Author 1959 - A set of the first 15 supplements of Index Kewensis. The first eleven volumes are reprints from the original sheets of the first edition. Each volume lists the plants from Kew Gardens over the time span of five years. Each work is edited by the curators/directors of Kew Gardens and their names are to the preface, and stated below. Here is a list of the volumes, the editors, the years each volume discusses and the publication date: Volume I - T H Durand and B Daydon Jackson 1886-95 1959Volume II - W T Thiselton-Dyer 1896-1900 1958Volume III - D Prain 1901-1905 1958Volume IV - D Prain 1906-1910 1958Volume V - D Prain 1911-1915 1960Volume VI - Arthur W Hill 1916-1920 1959Volume VII - Arthur W Hill 1921-1925 1962Volume VIII - Arthur W Hill 1926-1930 1960Volume IX- Arthur W Hill 1931-1935 1958 Volume X - Edward J Salisbury 1936-19401958Volume XI E J Salisbury 1941-1950 1960Volume XII Georgius Taylor 1951-1955 1959Volume XIII Georgius Taylor1956-1960 1966 Volume XIV Georgius Taylor 1961-65 1970Volume XV JohnHeslop-Harrison 1966-1970 1974Invoice to rear of volume I indicates prior owner as Mrs MA Brough. Sales invoice is for part 15 of Index Kewensis and is dated 1975 from Daniel Lloyd FRHS. Each volume is a fascinating index/dictionary of the horticulture found at Kew Gardens over the given years. To each entry, which is listed alphabetically, there is a description of the plants origin, its place of discovery, its genus as well as when it was acquired by Kew and some information on its discovery. Kew Gardens is still today the world's largest and most diverse collection of living plants. It was founded in 1840 from the exotic garden at Kew Park. Condition: In original publisher's cloth with gilt stamping to the spine. All volumes except volume XII have original paper dustwrappers, volume XII has a wax wrap. Externally, all volumes are excellent with just some minor bumping to the head and tail of spines. Most dustwrappers are very smart with just some browning to the extremities and some minorchipping at the head and tail of spines. Spotting to the wraps of volumes IV and V. Small hole to spine of dustwrapper to volume IX. Dustwrappers to volumes VII and XI are unclipped, with the rest of the dustwrappers clipped. Wax wrapper to volume XII is generally smart with chipping to the spine and extremities. Internally, all volumes are firmly bound. Pages are very bright and clean. Overall: FINE withVERY GOOD INDEEDdustwrappers. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        HISTORIA N. 14 16 18 23 25 ANNO III

      CINO DEL DUCA, MILANO 1959 - ITALIANO Mensile illustrato con pagine brunite da fattore tempo, brossure editoriali illustrate, scolorite e con segni di usura ai bordi ed al dorsetto

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        Proyecto de desarrollo de la Region Mediterranea,Espana

      Madrid 1959 Softcover Seiten Format 21*30 Guter Zustand, Einband mit Gebrauchsspuren, Seiten einwandfrei Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Starship Troopers

      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1959. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing. Near Fine with light shelf lean, foxing to endsheets and top edge of page block, previous owner name stamp to front free end paper, silver stamping remains sharp and bright. In a Near Fine dust jacket with publisher's price of $3.95 intact, slight wear to spine ends, light darkening to spine panel, light foxing to flaps and spine at verso. A handsome copy of this Hugo Award winning title.

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      Jonathan Cape, UK 1959 - Goldfinger by Ian Fleming First Edition Jonathan Cape 1959. No foxing or browning, page block square and tight. Small previous owner's mark to fep. Covers fine and gilt lettering still very much bright, in original VG first state dust jacket. Not price clipped and without the usual toning to spine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      RIZZOLI, MILANO 1959 - BUR ITALIANO A cura di Ariodante Marianni, pagine brunite ai bordi causa tempo, coperta morbida con lievissimi segni di usura e con leggera fioritura 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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        WASP WOMAN, THE (1959)

      Filmgroup 1959 - Vintage original 36 x 14" (90 x 35 cm.) insert poster, USA. Susan Cabot, Anthony Eisley, Barboura Morris, dir: Roger Corman; Filmgroup. One of the best remembered of the early Roger Corman horror/sci-fi thrillers. Story of a woman cosmetic tycoon who cannot accept her natural process of getting older and develops from wasp enzymes her own formula to keep from aging. Of course her formula, when over-used, turns her into a murderous wasp. The low budget special effects may now look tacky, but the film retains a vintage charm and certain horror. The poster art does this in abundance. The graphics and tag lines are classic. This would be the last feature film for star Susan Cabot. Roger Corman would soon turn his attention to Edgar Allan Poe, and begin filming in color, on larger budgets -- but this is one of various of his early movies, all shot in a few days on minute budgets, and comprising a variety of genres (science-fiction, horror, rock and roll, juvenile delinquents, you name it, pretty much anything that could play in a drive-in cinema back in the 50s). These early Corman films all have a zest for movie making which, more than half a century later, is still palpable. Lightly folded, entirely unrestored, with some normal wear along fold lines, and a few small pinholes at all four corners and at the center top blank white area. VERY GOOD+.

      [Bookseller: Walter Reuben, Inc.]
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      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1959. Octavo. Original black boards, spine lettered in silver, skull design blindstamped to front cover with gilt "coins" in the eye sockets. With the dust jacket. Spine a little rolled, light foxing to fore edge and endpapers, some tears and creasing to extremities of dust jacket, foxing to dust jacket, a very good copy. First edition, first impression. The seventh book in the James Bond series, it was listed as one of Anthony Burgess's Ninety-Nine Novels: The Best in English since 1939.

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        Goldfinger Signed Sean Connery

      UK: Jonathan Cape, 1959. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. Goldfinger by Ian Fleming Signed Sean Connery First Edition Jonathan Cape 1959. No foxing or browning, page block square and tight. Small previous owner's mark to fep. Covers fine and gilt lettering still very much bright, in original VG first state dust jacket. Not price clipped and without the usual toning to spine. SIGNED by Sean Connery to accompanying publicity photograph (measures 8x10").

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        Things Fall Apart

      New York: McDowell Obolensky, 1959. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 215 pp. First American edition, first printing. Near Fine with light wear at corners and spine ends, binding error to several pages at rear which are trimmed short into the margin. In a first state, price-clipped dust jacket, which has rubbing, several edge tears and shallow chipping at spine ends. Nigerian novelist Chinua Achebe's magnum opus, the most widely-read modern African novel.

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        BERLIOZ Hector Benvenuto Cellini Opera Version Marcel Lamy Chant Piano

      1959 - BERLIOZ Hector Benvenuto Cellini Opera en trois actes de Léon de Wailly et Auguste Barbier Musique de Hector Berlioz pour Chant et Piano Nouvelle Version de Marcel Lamy, metteur en scène, représentée au Holland Festival en Juin au Grand Théâtre de Genève en Novembre 1964, au programme pour la saison 1966-1967 du Théâtre San Carlo de Naples, au Covent Garden de Londres, à l'Opéra de Munich Edition Choudens Exemplaire unique arrangé par Marcel Lamy (Parties déplacées ou suprimées, annotations, collages, trombones) XXe siècle 1966 417 pages 27.3 x 18.4 cm Très bon état 019844 Opéra et Ballet

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        Anglers Guide to Tasmania With maps and photographs

      Launceston: Printed at the Telegraph Printery. 1959. Revised [third] edition - although the 'second edition' was really a second impression, reprinted a few months after the first issue. Small 8vo. 70pp, illustrated, double page map at centre. Stapled in pictorial wrappers, as issued; slight surface rubbing at head of front cover. A very good clean copy. In our experience, this edition is harder to find than its predecessors. .

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        Rien voila l'ordre Illustré de 31 dessins au crayon d'Alberto Giacometti

      - Décines Isère, l'Arbalète chez Marc Barbezat, 1959. 29,8 x 23,4 cm, softcover, dust jacket, slipcase. First edition of the second publication and the last published during his life by Olivier Larronde (1927-1965), the title being an anagram of his name. One of 140 numbered copies on pur fil arches (second paper after 35 copies on Japon), this copie N° 54. Cover drawing by Giacometti. A superb and uncut copy in it's original slipcase.

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        Doktor Zhivago. (Doctor Zhivago). Authorised edition in Russian.

      Milano Milan:: Feltrinelli Editore. Very Good in Very Good- dust jacket. 1959. First Edition. Hardcover. Publication April or May 1959. Original pale green paper-covered boards, lettered in black with publisher's mark in black to spine, echoed on dust-wrapper. 'Prima edizione in lingua italiana:novembre 1957 ... ' to half-title verso. Ampelio Tettamanti illustrated dust-wrapper (c.f. Feltrinelli 1957 Italian edition). Price of 42s. net. to front flap. Contents list numbered p.567 (see Mancosu 165). Book in very good condition. Fragile dust-wrapper very neatly reinforced inside edges and folds. Usual browning of paper-edges and off-setting to endpapers. Inscribed "To Nina with much love Wanda, 1959". ; Significant publication. First published in this form at the end of April 1959 or beginning of May. The hand-written date on the f.e.p. may even refer to the publication date. It seems to be in an 'English' hand. Much has been written on the early editions of Dr Zhivago, see Mancosu: "Inside the Zhivago Storm", 2013. The accuracy of the text caused much dispute as well as the legalities of publication. Although Feltrinelli had signed a contract with Pasternak to be the first to publish the Russian edition (after the Italian translation in 1957), there exists both an unauthorised earlier Mouton edition published The Hague, 1958, and a 1959 'Michigan' edition published only after a wrangle with Feltrinelli. Even after Feltrinelli's eventual publication in April or May 1959 many questions arose regarding the accuracy of the text. ; 567pp pages .

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        CORTOT - Konvolut von 9 Orig.-Photographien von Alfred Cortot (1877-1962), davon 2 mit eigenhändiger Widmung und Unterschrift.

      - 9 Orig.-Photographien (1959, 1960, 1946, 1949) in verschiedenen Grössen - meist Porträtaufnahmen des französischen Pianisten und Komponisten, der zu den bedeutendsten und einflussreichsten Persönlichkeiten des Musiklebens des 20. Jahrhunderts zählt. Lang de

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        The Haunting of Hill House

      New York: The Viking Press, 1959. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. 246pp. Yellow and aqua cloth. Near Fine in Very Good+ unclipped dust jacket with very little fading to spine panel, a few tiny closed tears in top of front panle, bit of foxing to back panel, head chipped a bit, slightly worn at extremities. Previous owner's bookplate on front flyleaf, a bit of foxing to top edge. A very nice copy of the horror novel that inspired the 1963 and 1999 films titled The Haunting.

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        & i dreamt i shot arrows in my amazon bra: a poem in eleven takes

      New York: The Dead Language / La Picaudiere, 1959. Paperback. Very Good in VG wrappers. Rare. Very Good+Some staining to front wrap.

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        Three Novels: Molloy, Malone Dies and the Unnamable

      First Grove Press Edition 1959 stated on the copyright page, INSCRIBED by Samuel Beckett on the title page. First collected edition. Fine in a fine dust jacket. Housed in a custom-made collector's clamshell case.

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        Starship Troopers

      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1959. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing. Near Fine with light shelf lean, foxing to endsheets and top edge of page block, previous owner name stamp to front free end paper, silver stamping remains sharp and bright. In a Near Fine dust jacket with publisher's price of $3.95 intact, slight wear to spine ends, light darkening to spine panel, light foxing to flaps and spine at verso. A handsome copy of this Hugo Award winning title.

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        VIES DE SAINTS ET DES BIENHEUREUX SELON L'ORDRE DU CALENDRIER AVEC L'HISTORIQUE DES FETES - EN 13 TOMES - TOMES 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9 + 10 + 11 + 12 + 13.

      LETOUZEY ET ANE 1959 - R240089557: VII + 663 + 622 + 679 + 789 + 639 + 548 + 798 + 638 + 680 + 1054 + 1042 + 882 + 593 pages - 3 photos disponibles . Tome 1 : Janvier - Tome 2 : Février - Tome 3 : Mars - Tome 4 : Avril - Tome 5 : Mai - Tome 6 : Juin - Tome 7 : Juillet - Tome 8 : Aout - Tome 9 : Septembre - Tome 10 : Octobre - Tome 11 : Novembre - Tome 12 : Decembre - Tome 13 : Table générale. In-8 Relié. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 235-Les saints [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Women in the Shadows

      Greenwich, Connecticut: Fawcett Gold Medal. (1959). First. First edition. Paperback original. A fine and bright copy in wrappers. Signed by the author on the title page. The author's third book, and the second of her novels to feature her protagonist Beebo Brinker. Bannon wrote a handful of novels on lesbian themes, and then retired from the writing scene to become a successful, and for a time married, college administrator. Most of her books, all paperback originals, were re-released decades later by the Cleis Press in their series of lesbian pulp fiction classics. .

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        La Colonisation allemande et le Rio Grande do Sul

      XXVI-698 p. et 14 pl. Paris, Institut des Hautes Études de l'Amérique latine, 1959, in-4, XXVI-698 p. et 14 pl, broché, Première édition d'une thèse de doctorat présentée à la faculté des lettres de l'Université de Paris. Préface de René Poirier. Une étude très complète du Rio Grande do Sul, qui met en évidence l'influence germanique dans "l'élaboration d'une civilisation originale", propre à cette région du Brésil. Une étude historique complétée par une analyse géographique, démographique, économique et sociale de la région. Planches de reproductions photographiques en fin d'ouvrage. Nombreuses figures et graphiques dans le texte. Non coupé. Bon état.

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        Pedro Paramo

      Fondo De Cultura Economica, Mexico City 1959 - Second Mexican Edition. Text in the original Spanish. Published in April 1959 in an edition of 3000 copies. The original true first edition was published in 1955. An excellent copy in gilt titled buckram cloth covered boards in original unclipped illustrated dust jacket. Neat previous owner's name, no other markings, damp stained spot to top page edge and related to first couple leaves. Original dust jacket has one small chip to head of spine, not affecting title or author, light soiling. spotting and edgewear. Rulfo's only novel, the most important Mexican novel of the 20th Century. A landmark in Latin American literature, cited by Gabriel Garcia Marquez and others as a huge influence and widely cited as a source for the beginning of The Boom period in Latin American fiction. RARE especially in this original dust jacket. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Larius. La città ed il lago di Como nelle descrizioni e nelle immagini dall'antichità classica all'età romantica. 5 volumi.

      Società storica Comese, 1959-1966. In 4, 5 volumi di cui 3 di testo (Vol. 1 e 2 , Tomo I e II) di complessive pp. CCXX+1585 e 2 volumi in contenitori cartonati con tavole, cartelle e stampe. Legat. edit. m. tela, titoli incastonati in cornice floreale ai paitti, titolo e fregi in oro e in blu sul dorso. Intonsi. Saggi di Paolo e Benedetto Giovio, P. Bertarelli, D. Vandelli, G. Pongelli, S. Boldoni, G. Borsieri, Stendhall, C. Linati, M. Monti ed altri. Volumi stampati su carta pregiata con capilettera e fregi tipografici a colori, illustrazioni e tavole nel testo e fuori testo b/n e a colori. Edizione fouri commercio. Due strappetti alle sguardie dei due contenitori. A causa dell'elevato peso dei libri le spese di spedizione potrebbero subire una variazione.

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        Körnig, Hans. - "Das nächtliche Dresden".

      - Radierung / Aquatinta, auf Hahnemühle-Bütten, 1959. Von Hans Körnig. 33,0 x 39,5 cm (Darstellung / Platte) / 39 x 53,5 cm (Blatt). Rechts unten in Bleistift signiert und datiert. Wasserzeichen der Hahnemühle. - Sehr gut erhalten. Hans Körnig (1905 Flöha - 1905 Niederwinkling in Bayern). Deutscher Maler und Grafiker, bedeutender Vertreter der Dresdner Malerei in den 1950er und 60er Jahren. Nach einer Elektrikerlehre 1930-33 Studium an der Kunstakademie Dresden bei Richard Müller und Hermann Dittrich, später bei Ferdinand Dorsch und Max Feldbauer. 1933 verließ er die Akademie aus Protest gegen die Entlassung von Otto Dix. Danach Arbeit als freier Künstler und Reisen nach Italien (Venedig, Florenz, Rom, Neapel, Mailand & Gardasee), die Schweiz und schließlich 1937 Paris. 1940 Kriegsdienst an der Russlandfront, 1945 Amputation des rechten Unterschenkels infolge einer Verwundung. August 1945 Rückkehr aus russischer Kriegsgefangenschaft nach Dresden. 1953 erste Versuche mit Aquatintaradierung, die er forthin besonders pflegte (insgesamt über 1000 Radierungen). Organisierte mangels offizieller Ausstellungsmöglichkeiten die berühmten 'Dachboden-Ausstellungen' in seinem Atelier im Dresdner Wallgässchen. Wegen dem Bild 'Straße der Befreiung' 1958 Ausschluß aus dem Verband Bildender Künstler. Weilte während dem Mauerbau 1961 mit seiner Familie in Holland und blieb im Westen, das Werk wurde in Dresden beschlagnahmt und blieb bis 1990 unzugänglich. Arbeitete dann in Niederbayern, wo er sich, vereinsamt, verarmt und erblindet, das Leben nahm. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        A Medicine for Melancholy

      Doubleday & Company, Inc. New York 1959 - First Edition, First Printing with the words "First Edition" printed on the copyright page. An attractive First Issue dustjacket that is rich in color with minor wear to the spine. The book is in great shape and is bound in the publisher's ORIGINAL black cloth. The binding is tight with minor wear to the spine. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A lovely copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Menace from Earth

      The Gnome Press, Inc. New York 1959 - First Edition, First Printing SIGNED by Robert A. Heinlein on a laid in signature. An attractive dustjacket that is rich in color with slight wear to the edges. The book is bound in the publisher's ORIGINAL black cloth and is in excellent condition. The binding is tight and the boards are crisp. The pages are exceptionally clean, with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A superb copy SIGNED by the author. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Affluent Society

      London: Hamish Hamilton, 1959.. FOURTH IMPRESSION WITH TYPED LETTER SIGNED. Octavo, pp.xii; 288. Publisher's blue cloth with silver titles to spine in typographic dust-jacket. Loosely tipped in is a folded air mail letter, addressed from Galbraith's office at Harvard to a correspondent in London, dated 2nd of March 1959. In the short note he cites his historic agreement with Keynes in saying that "we are controlled by ideas" but that he is of the view that on the "shorter wave" we are directed by "circumstances". A very good copy of this later printing with an interesting signed letter.

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        West African market literature: A collection of 30 examples

      [Mostly Onitsha]: Various Publishers, 1959-1970s. Uniformly very good or better in stapled, printed wrappers.. Various printings. 30 slim octavo pamphlets. An excellent, representative sampling of the popular literature that flourished in West African market stalls in the 1960s and 70s, most of it characterized by sensational (and even slightly prurient) content, rustic production values, and a disarmingly naive (to an American reader's eyes at least) approach to its subject matter. More information on request.

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      ca. 30 x 28 cm, Ordner Antarktis Sammlung von ca. 170 teils signierten Belegen sowjetischer Stationen und Rundfahrten ab 1959, ausstellungsmäßig angelegt in zwei Ordnern (mit genauer Beschreibung), aufgelockert mit vielen postfrischen und gestempelten Marken, Blöcken und Kleinbögen u. a. Mirny, Bellingshausen, Progress, Russkaja, Molodjoschnaja, Oasis, Druschnaja, Lasarewskaja Entdeckungsgeschichte der Erde / Expedition / Foschungsreise / Antarktis / Südpol / Philatelie gut erhalten

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        TOMASI Henri L'Atlantide Chant Piano Dédicace 1959

      - TOMASI Henri L'AtlantideDrame Lyrique et Chorégraphique en 2 actes et 9 tableauxd'après le roman de Pierre Benoitde l'Académie FrançaiseLivret de Francis DidelotMusique de Henri Tomasipour Chant et Piano Dédicace et Signature manuscrites du compositeur Henri Tomasi au Metteur en scène Marcel LamyParis, Henry Lemoine & Cie Editeurs 23631 HLXXe siècle 1959189 pagesTrès bon état, couverture un peu défraîchie016964 Opéra et Ballet Très bon / couverture défraîchie [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        WATT. Inscribed Review copy.

      FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. 8vo. Inscribed to the title page " For Dan Pope from Sam Beckett". Also signed, above the publishers details at the bottom of the page, by the Publisher, Barney Rosset. This is the copy sent to the Time Magazine Book Editor Max Gissen for review and has his faint pencil lines and occasional comments in the margins. Written on the front pastedown endpaper in pencil are the publication details " Pub. date;5/20. 1st. U. S. Publication. Paperback:$1.75". A fine copy of the book in the scarce original publishers hardback format. Grey cloth covered boards with gilt lettering to the spine. The dustwrapper, which features a portrait of Beckett by Brassai on the back panel, has some minor rubbing and wear to the edges but is overall a very good example. Price of $3.50 still intact on inside front flap.

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      1959. Milano Muggiani 1959 8° Pagine 45 non numerate Legatura editoriale in catoncino illustrata da Munari e cucita a filo. Seconda edizione con le varianti tipografiche in copertina rispetto all'edizione Maffei. Ottima copia. Raro Cfr: Bonnard p.97 Manca a Jentsch

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