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        RITUAL IN THE DARK. Signed

      London: Victor Gollancz, 1960 The Victor Gollancz Copy Inscribed By John Braine. 8vo., 416pp. Original cloth, black lettering. Dustwrapper. First edition. Very top of spine slightly faded. Fore-edges slightly browned. Wrapper lightly browned, creased, chipped at head & heel & with short tears. A very good plus copy in a very good dustwrapper. Inscribed on the fixed front endpaper, both sides of the free endpaper & on the half title by the author John Braine to Victor Gollancz: 'Miss Hewitt - Dear V. G., After this, please don't send me any more books for at least a year; I'm not working for you. Ritual in the Dark has, despite all the advice I gave to Colin, at least 1000 ineptitudes; and, despite all these ineptitudes, is still supremely readable. It renews my youth , and makes me remember the London I once knew - the La Vie Boheme London, the (illegible word) alive London of both 1945 and 1951. It's a very bad novel; but I could read it. And if you don't think this high praise then you know nothing at all abou t me - which indeed you don't, - sentimental old bourgeois that you are - or about any kind of mature writing! John Braine.' An important presentation inscription, John Braine being one of the people Colin Wilson acknowledges along with Victor Gollancz himself on the dedication leaf.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Typescript of "The Mirror in the Hall of Ebony"

      Undated. A one-page prose poem, typed, and signed "Clark Ashton Smith/Auburn, California." This version of the prose poem differs in a number of particulars from the published version, which was included in The Abominations of Yondo (Arkham House, 1960) and Poems in Prose (Arkham House, 1965). Previously folded in thirds but now in a custom binder, bearing the bookplate of horror writer Stanley Wiater, from whose library this came. Fine, with a letter laid in to Wiater from Roy Squires, the noted science fiction collector and dealer, from whom Wiater purchased it. Squires' lengthy letter comments extensively on the appallingly high prices "being asked -- and paid -- for the more desirable Arkham House books," in 1972, and then goes on to justify the high price Wiater had just paid for the Clark Ashton Smith manuscript, and says that he knows of only four prose poem manuscripts by Clark Ashton Smith in existence -- this one; one that he himself still had; and two that Smith's widow had at that time. A rare typescript by one of the most important American horror writers of the 20th century, with a long, illuminating letter from one of the great collectors and dealers in the field, and from the library of a horror writer who has been a three-time winner of the Bram Stoker Award, given by the Horror Writers of America. .

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        BONY AND THE KEELY GANG. Inscribed

      London: Heinemann, 1960 Upfield, Arthur. BONY AND THE KEELY GANG. Inscribed. London; Heinemann, 1960. First edition. 8vo., 208pp. Neatly Inscribed & signed by Upfield in blue ink on the title-page: "Hoping / you will like / this story / Arthur Upfield". A very good copy in black cloth stamped silver showing modest use; Intermittent foxing. Light bruising to spine ends in a bright very good or better price-clipped Fratini designed dustwrapper for the British market. The dustwrapper for the Australian market is by Christine Aldor. [The US edition titled " Valley of Smugglers" also published in 1960, precedes the UK/Australian edition. An Upfield classic Detective Inspector Napoleon Bonaparte mystery. In search of Eric Torby's murderer, the legendary criminal Ned Kelly, he hitchhikes disguised as a horse thief into Cork Valley, NSW. Inscribed Upfield titles are uncommon. . Signed by Author. First Edition.

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        The Future Is Ours, Comrade

      Doubleday Garden City: Doubleday. 1960. First. First edition. Introduction by Irving R. Levine. A trifle foxed thus near fine in near fine dustwrapper with a couple of very small tears. Signed by the author as both Jerzy Kosinski and Joseph Novak. The author's first book. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Wahrheit und Methode. Grundzüge einer philosophischen Hermeneutik.

      Tübingen, J.C.B. Mohr, 1960. Orig. blue full cloth w. gilding to front board and gilt title on spine. Orig. dust-jacket w. water-staining to spine, a few minor tears, no loss. Not price-clipped. Apart form the waterstaining, a truly excellent copy in near mint condition. XVII, (1), 486, (2) pp.. The first edition of Gadamer's main work, "Truth and Method", the aim of which is to uncover the nature of human understanding. A main work of philosophical hermeneutics as well as 20th century continental philosophy in general.Hans-Georg Gadamer (1900 - 2002) is the decisive figure in the development of twentieth century hermeneutics. He is without doubt one of the most important thinkers of the twentieth century, and he has had an enormous impact on philosophy, theology and aesthetics, acquiring the greatest respect and reputation in Germany and the rest of Europe, which has been far from restricted to academic circles. "Truth and Method" is intended to be a description of what we consciously or unconsciously always do, when we interpret things. "My real concern was and is philosophic: not what we do or what we ought to do, but what happens to us over and above our wanting and doing" ("Truth and Method", 2nd ed. London, 1989 p. xxviii).The work has been published twice in English and is considered inevitable in the study of hermeneutics

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        Recherches : Sur La Musique Francaise Classique : 27 Books : I - XXVII Covering 1960-1992

      A et J Picard, Paris. Binding: Softcover. Book Condition: Very Good Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. IN FRENCH. La Vie Musicale En France Sous Les Rois Bourbons. Volume I. 1960, 225 pages. II. 1961-1962, 237 pages. III. 1963, 230 pages. IV. 1964, 265 pages. V. 1965, 243 pages. VI. 1966, 265 pages. VII. 1967, 259 pages. VIII. 1968, 276 pages. IX. 1969, 266 pages. X. 1970, 253 pages. XI. 1971, 246 pages, SPECIAL consacre aux Musiciens En France au temps de Jean-Philippe Rameau. XII. 1972, 316 pages, SPECIAL consacre a L'Histoire De L'Orgue Francais aux XVI, XVII et XVIII s. XIII. 1973, 218 pages. XIV. 1974, 318 pages. XV. 1975, 306 pages. XVI. 1976, 228 pages. XVII. 1977, 222 pages. XVIII. 1978, 230 pages. XIX. 1979, 323 pages. XX. 1981, 294 pages [NB NO BOOK COVERING 1982 BUT NOTHING MISSING]. XXI. 1983, 188 pages. XXII. 1984, 240 pages. XXIII. 1985, 221 pages. XXIV. 1986, 275 pages. XXV. 1987, 250 pages. XXVI. 1988-1990, 246 pages. XXVII. 1991-1992, 259 pages. Books - in Very Good beige card covers with black and red lettering - most of the books are in Fine, much better than Very Good condition with just some wear to the earlier copies but even here, its just some minor marking to the covers, minor rubbing to the extreme edges, slight wear to the top of the spine to Volume I repaired so now nice and neat, minor marking to the occasional page and faint browning to the page edges. Some of the books have clearly never been read with some pages still unopened. An attractive collection of these fascinating illustrated annual reports from the volume I -1960 through to volume XXVII - 1991-1992 Size: 10 inches tall by 6.5 inches. Text is in French. Illustrated with black and white plates. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Music; French Language; Inventory No: 7022.

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        Fishbelly (The Long Dream)

      Julliard, Paris, 1960. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition. Signed by Author. An advance copy (with s.p. on the rear cover) of the limited edition (though not on Marais paper) with plain covers and an interview and portrait of Wright. Lacking a glassine wrapper, but likely to have never had one. Light wear and age toning, inscribed by Wright to Françoise Sagan and additionally signed by the translator Helen Bokanowski. Slight browning to covers, but an attractive copy and a terrific association of two giants of 20th century literature. With an announcement for the book, a bit worn, laid in. Wright lived in Paris from 1946 until his death in late 1960 - he became in French citizen in 1947. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Fiction; Signed by Author. Inventory No: 042255. .

      [Bookseller: Pazzo Books]
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        Huge, original Tretick photograph of a humorous “press the flesh” moment for the Democratic Presidential Nominee, Senator John Kennedy, on a campaign visit to Niagara Falls, New York, when a child he is holding puts his finger up his nose. Photograph measures 19.75” X 14”

      Black & White Photograph of Senator John F. Kennedy, by UPI photographer Stanley Tretick, 19.75” X 14”, affixed to a heavy board, taken September 28, 1960, Niagara Falls, New York. Photograph is labeled on verso of the heavy board, “Stanley Tretick UPI [in pencil] / [Typed:] Kennedy Tours Western New York / Niagara Falls, N.Y.: Democratic Presidential nominee Sen. John Kennedy holds an unidentified child after arriving here, Sept. 28th, on his campaign swing through western New York State. / …Credit (UPI Photo) 9/28/60”. Light wear at corners, else fine condition. Tretick was assigned by UPI to follow Kennedy on the campaign trail in 1960. According to Tretick’s biography, he became friendly with John Kennedy and was allowed extensive access to him not only during the campaign, but at the White House during his Presidency. Tretick is best known for the photographs he took of the President relaxing with his family, which created the ‘Camelot mystique’. In October 1963, while Jackie was out of town, Tretick was allowed to follow the President and his son while they walked the halls of the White House and played together in the Oval Office. Perhaps Tretick’s most famous photograph was taken that day of John Jr. popping his head out from under the President’s desk in the Oval Office while Kennedy was seated behind it. When Kennedy was assassinated several weeks later, these pictures were already on their way to the newsstands and helped create a lasting impression of Kennedy through the art of photography.

      [Bookseller: University Archives ]
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        The Lord of the Rings, 1960 Set By Readers Union, with Dustjackets

      London: Readers Union, 1960. First Edition. Original Cloth. J.R.R. Tolkien. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. A beautiful looking set of this unusual presentation of Tolkien's trilogy. Not for sale to the general public, limited to members of the Readers Union only. Published by the Readers Union in 1960 with the permission of George Allen & Unwin Ltd, London. The books are in Near Fine condition, with no names, writing, and only the lightest offsetting to the endpapers. The gutters of the endpapers look to have been reinforced by the original owner, probably when they were purchased, as there is no evidence of the binding being loose or any seperation. Housed in the original dustjackets, all are Near Fine condition, with the Two Towers having a couple of tiny areas of loss to the top and bottom spine folds, and the bottom of the flap folds. None of the dustjackets are price clipped, showing almost no edgewear or tanning, except the noted areas of the Two Towers. These unusual dustjackets are in fabulous condition. The jackets show no tanning whatsoever to the spines or edges. All maps are tipped in at the rear, and in excellent condition. No tears or extra folds, only the slightest of browning mainly at the fold areas. This is the set that features a line drawing by an unnamed artist for Readers Union of 'Sauron's Eye'. The only set to have this particular and very unusual dustjacket. Scarce in this lovely condition. Includes a custom slipcase for display and protection of these beautiful books. Digital photo's available, inquire if interested. Other Tolkien books available, include both the UK and US editions, original cloth bindings, custom fine bindings, and Signed/Numbered/Limited Editions. Near Fine / Near Fine.

      [Bookseller: The Tolkien Bookshelf]
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        To Kill a Mockingbird ( First UK Edition )

      Heinemann, 1960. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. Heinemann, London 1960. First UK Edition / First Printing. States First published in Great Britain 1960 on the copyright page with no additional printings listed. Red cloth boards with silver lettering at the spine. Comes with a newspaper article published in 2005. Book Condition: Very Good, shelf wear at the edges, light marks at the head of the front board, light spots at the page edges, previous owner's name at the front endpaper, light foxing at the endpages, mild sunning at the head of the spine. Dust Jacket Condition: Good+, wrapped in a new clean removable mylar cover, jacket priced at 16s at the front flap, author's photo at the rear panel, shelf wear at the edges, chipping and rubbing at the spine, foxing at the opposite side of the jacket.

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        Cartas de Relacion de la Conquista de la Nueva Espana Escritas por Hernan Cortes al Emperador Carlos V y ortos Documentos relativos a la conquista, anos de 1519-1572: Codex Vindobonensis S. N. 1600

      Graz / Austria: Akademische Druck- U. Verlagsanstalt, 1960. First edition.. Hardcover. Fine. Large thick folio. xxvii, ( 672) pp., i.e., 336 leaves. Geleitwort Josef Stummvoll; Introduction and Bibliography Charles Gibson; Kodikologische Beschreibung Franz Unterkircher. Reproduction of Codex Vindobonensis S.N. 1600 in the Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek in Vienna . Publisher's binding of quarter morocco, spine lettered in blind; paper over boards, the upper board with title and representation of Cortés. This is the second volume in the Codices Selecti Photoypice Impressi series edited by Francisco Sauer. A fine copy.

      [Bookseller: Thorn Books]
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        Fragments of a city. Chicago photographs.

      Hans Reitzel, Copenhagen 1960. 1st edition. Square 8°. Unpaginated. Orig. wrappers. Fine-, with only very minor discolouring on the edges.. One of the very rare works by the reknown Danish photographer K. Helmer-Petersen and certaintly a highlight of Danish photography books. Helmer-Petersen's early book "122 Colour Photographs"/"122 farvefotografier" was selected by Martin Parr and Gerry Badger as one of the important books in photography history

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        For Your Eyes Only

      Jonathan Cape London: Jonathan Cape. (1960). First. First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper with a tiny crease on the front flap. The eighth Bond book, containing five separate stories of 007: the title story, "From a View To a Kill," "Quantum of Solace," "Risico," and "The Hildebrand Rarity." The first three stories have lent their names to James Bond films and, in the case of the book's title, a hit song as well. An exceptional copy. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Anna Karenina Volumes One & Two

      J M Dent. Hardcover. Hardcover; English language; good jacket; 12mo - over 6.75" - 7.75" tall; 1960 Everyman's Library Nos 612 & 613, prize labels at front otherwise good condition in slightly edgeworn but attractive dust jackets. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. All international orders are sent Royal Mail airmail. . GOOD. 1960.

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        Our new year's eve. Manuscript

      Bradbury, Ray. Our New Year's Eve. Typed manuscript, signed "Ray" and annotated in two places.1 page folio. 20 lines. Inscribed "Bruce! Hope this does it. Boston to you and Ezter, Ray." Undated (ca. 1960). Probably written for a magazine article on how famous writers spend New Year's Eve. Bradbury writes on his long-standing habit of staying at home on New Year's Eve to commemorate his family. The statement ends "...And for me, personally, as midnight comes and goes, it is a time to remember my mother and father... Thus the living and the dead, in our house, share a special time." Bradbury manuscripts are rarely on the market. Provenance: from the editor of New Yorker who worked with Bradbury in the 1950s.

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        (Witebsk 1887 - 1985 Vence). Hiob in der Verzweiflung. Farblithographie aus: Dessins pour la Bible, Paris, 1960. 35 x 26 cm.

      Mourlot 254.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm]
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        New Maps of Hell

      New York. Harcourt, Brace and Company. 1960. Cloth covered boards in original dustwrapper. 8vo. The First U.S. Edition. Philip K. Dick's copy and boldly Signed by him in blue ink to Front Free Endsheet. Signed boldly in black ink by Dick to Front Free Endsheet. Amis avidly read science fiction since a boy, and had developed that interest into the Christian Gauss Lectures of 1958, while visiting Princeton& University. The lectures were published in that year as New Maps of Hell: a Survey of Science Fiction, a serious but light-handed treatment of what the genre had to say about man and society. Regarded as an icon of SF criticism, Amis's work influenced a generation of Author's, including Dick. A wonderful association copy. & & A Very Good copy in a Very Good dustwrapper.

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        Poems [Signed]

      Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press [Little, Brown and Company], 1960. First American edition. Hardcover. Very Good/near fine. A Very Good or better copy of the First American Edition, first printing (light handling soil to boards, upper board corners bumped, small sunned area to the spine head), in a Near Fine dust jacket (spine lightly sunned, modest edge wear, tiny chipping at spine ends and corners, small rub at lower portion of the front panel near the flap turn, short closed tear at the top of the front flap turn and where the front panel joins the spine tail, expected age toning to the rear panel and to the flap edges --- in excellent condition for an unlaminated dust jacket of this age), SIGNED BY GEORGE SEFERIS [IN GREEK] on the title page. Containing 127 pages, the book presents the first comprehensive collection of Seferis' Poetry published in the United States. While some of the verses selected for this book previously appeared in the 1948 translation of "The King of Asine", the balance of them appear here in English for the first time. A Greek Diplomat and Ambassador to the UK, and one of the Twentieth Century's most important Greek Poets, George Seferis won the 1963 Nobel Prize in Literature for "his eminent lyrical writing, inspired by a deep feeling for the Hellenic world of culture", making him the first Greek ever to have received the Prize. In addition to their deep relationship as friends, each man held the other in high regard, and Warner's excellent translations of his work were a major factor in Seferis' winning the Prize. Signed copies of Seferis' works are extraordinarily scarce in any language, and our search of the of the auction records shows no signed copies of his works coming to auction in the last 55 years. Altogether a Very Good copy of an extremely difficult-to-find book from the first Greek author to win the Nobel Prize in Literature. RARE.

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      Arles: Le Marais d'Arles, (n.d. but 1960). Limited Edition. Octavo. A handmade book by photographer Lucien Clergue. Number 45 of 150 numbered copies; SIGNED by Clergue. This copy additionally INSCRIBED by Clergue to photographer Arnold Crane and dated 1975. Six loose folded sheets laid into a homemade binding hand drawn by Clergue; twenty-four pages in all. With ten original vintage mounted silver gelatin 5 X 7 prints of corn stalks. The first four-page gathering has Clergue's hand drawn title page, his presentation to Crane, and one image. The middle four sheets have two images each, while the last sheet has one image and a handwritten colophon. Images are fine (one has a small clip to one edge); gatherings are near fine with light wear; brown paper cover binding is lightly edge worn, and has been protected by (presumably) original glassine. OCLC locates and describes one copy, like ours.

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      N.p.: The Photographer, c1960. First ed. Clergue, Lucian. Portfolio with 11 original b&w silver photographs, of varying sizes, including one folded, mounted to bifold art paper; includes a manuscript title page and colophon ( title page calligraphy in dark red crayon, colophon calligraphy in ink with the photographer's signature in dark red crayon). The colophon reads " Cette plaquette de ouze photographie de Lucien Clergue, consacrée aux gitans des Saintes Maries de la Mer et àSarah leur patronne a été tirée à 150 exemplaires par l'auteur. Ex no 115". All housed in a a plain black paper wrapper with "Gitans" in calligraphy in red crayon on the front wrapper. Near Fine. Lucien Clergue started his long career as a photographer following the street performers and Gypsies in the south of France. By 1960 he had already amassed a large body of work from the Camargue region, known is medieval times as a retreat for the Roma peoples, and specifically from its capital, Saintes Maries de la Mer. & In this portfolio, at least one of the images dates from 1955 and is one of the photographer's signature early images. Although many of these images have been reproduced in later books and exhibitions, this portfolio is never mentioned in his bibliography or official chronology, therefore the date is inexact. In later years, Clergue devoted most of his photographic attention to the female nude, yet the images from this body of work show him to have been a master of the social documentary roving camera. OCLC locates only two copies, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, and New York Public Library Research Library.

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        Call It Sleep - A Novel

      Paterson, NJ: Pageant Books, Inc., 1960. First printing of the Pageant hardcover edition with a Critical Introduction By Maxwell Geismar; The History of Henry Roth and Call It Sleep By Harold U. Ribalow; A Personal Appreciation By Meyer Levin. lii, 600pp. Gray cloth, black spine label, gilt spine lettering. Dust jacket price 5.95. Signed by Roth and Levin to half-title page. Book appears in fine, tight condition; dust jacket has minor creasing to spine crown and slight age-toning to spine white sections but overall very bright and full intact. The [1960] Pageant Books edition was the first attempt to restore 'Call It Sleep' to its rightful place in the pantheon of 20th-century literature after its 1934 publication and subsequent neglect. ' Call it Sleep' has achieved a second life since this re-publication and during the critical re-appraisal in the 1960s it was hailed as an overlooked Depression-era masterpiece, a classic novel of immigration and compared to the writings of Joyce. It is widely regarded as a masterpiece of Jewish American literature.. Signed by Author and Introducer. Second Edition. Hard Cover. Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket/Near Fine. Illus. by Dust Jacket Design By Sidney Gomberg. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Man without Qualities, The Volume 1: A Sort of Introduction/The Like of it Now Happens (I); Volume 2 The Like of it Now Happens (II); Volume Three: Into the Millennium (The Criminals)

      London: Secker & Warburg [through 1960], 1953. First English language edition. Hardcover. Near Fine or better/Near Fine or better. The author's 3-volume literary landmark (the fourth volume, unfinished at Musil's death, was not published in English until 1996). Here offered: three First Impressions (no additional printings noted), uniformly bound in the publisher's green cloth, with spines stamped in gilt and brown title blocks, in typographic dust jackets, all in highly collectible condition. 8vo, 365; 454; 445pp. Translated from the German and with a foreword by Eithne Wilkins and Ernst Kaiser. Volume I (1953): Near Fine or better (slightly dulled gilt, two bumped corners, dusty top edge), in a Near Fine (ends of spine rubbed with minor losses; spine panel moderately browned but all type still legible with no color loss) dust jacket. Volume II (1954): Just about Fine (slightly flared boards, dusty top edge), in a just about Near Fine (ends of spine rubbed with very minor losses; spine panel moderately browned but all type legible with no color loss, minor foxing to front and back panels) dust jacket. Volume III (1960): Just about Fine (two creased corners, dusty top edge), in a just about Fine (spine panel very lightly browned but all type still crisp with no color loss) dust jacket. 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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      New York: Harper & Brothers, (1960). First Edition. Hardcover. Spine of the book is sunned. Very Good in a Very Good dustwrapper with edgewear and rubbing. INSCRIBED and SIGNED on the front endpaper by the author "To Kay and Marshall Field/With Best Wishes/Bob Kennedy." Books authentically signed by Robert Kennedy are uncommon, this title, Kennedy's first book, especially so. Kennedy examines the McLellan Committee enquiry into union and management corruption with a focus on Jimmy Hoffa's links to organised crime. Marshall Field, from the Chicago Marshall Field Department Store Family, owned the CHICAGO SUN-TIMES.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Rabbit, Run

      NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1960. hardcover. F/NF-. 1st edition, 1st printing Basis for the 1970 film starring James Caan as Harry Angstrom. First state jacket has rubbing on slightly faded spine, which is reinforced on verso. We offer a LIFETIME GUARANTEE. See KHBOOKS for details.

      [Bookseller: Ken Hebenstreit, Bookseller]
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        Rabbit, Run. Rabbit at Rest. Rabbit Redux. Rabbit Is Rich. (Set of signed first editions)

      New York: Knopf, 1960. 1971. 1981. 1990. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. A set of the four Rabbit Angstrom books. First editions and all SIGNED by John Updike. RABBIT, RUN: A near fine book in a very good dust jacket. Light sunning to the board edges. Dust jacket has wear at the extremities, fading and sunning to the spine. Chipping to the head and foot of the jacket. Some creases on the front panel. An important book that introduced Rabbit Angstrom to millions of readers. $4.00 price on front flap. Signed and inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper. RABBIT IS RICH: Fine in a near fine dust jacket. Faint toning to jacket flaps. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize. A review copy with publisher's material laid in. Signed by the author on the title page. RABBIT REDUX: A fine book in a fine dust jacket. Short closed tear on the rear panel. Signed by the author on the front free endpaper. The sequel to Rabbit Run. RABBIT AT REST: Fine in fine dust jacket. The final book in the Rabbit Angstrom series. Signed by the author on the half title page. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award. Signed by the author.

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      New York:: Knopf,. 1960. First editions. A set of the Rabbit books, including the novelette continuing the story after Rabbit's death--an 182-page sequel which first appeared in LICKS OF LOVE. The last four volumes are fine in dust jackets with the barest wear (two are price clipped, and one has a name and date); the first volume is very good to fine in a jacket with minor edgewear on corners and spine ends, and with the top of spine a little chipped and skinned.

      [Bookseller: Quill & Brush]
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        Rabbit, Run; Rabbit Redux; Rabbit is Rich; Rabbit at Rest

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1960, 1971, 1981, and 1990., 1960. 4 volumes. ALL FIRST EDITIONS. Fine in publisher's coloured cloth with gold and silver titles to spines and uppers, assorted tinted top edges; in near fine to fine dust jackets, slightly frayed to extremities of first two titles, with light fading to spine of vol.I. A splendid, colourful set kept in a protective cloth slipcase.

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        French Provincial Cooking

      London: Michael Joseph, 1960.. First British edition of the author's landmark work on European cooking. Octavo, original green cloth. Signed by Elizabeth David on the front free endpaper. A very good copy in a worn dust jacket that shows some chips and wear. Illustrated by Juliet Renny. Rare signed.

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        ELSA TRIOLET choisie par aragon. Signé /Signed

      Paris: Gallimard, 1960 Aragon, Louis. ELSA TRIOLET choisie par Aragon. Signé /Signed. Paris: Gallimard, 1960. 8vo./ in8, 362pp. Broché / Wrappers. A near fine copy in the original glassine. Inscribed on the half title: "Au M. et Mme. LeBovia, Leurs ami / Aragon / et Elsa". En bon états. Rare. GEOGHEGAN AL1446. Louis Aragon [1897 - 1982]. Un poète, romancier, journaliste et essayiste français. Il est également connu pour son engagement et son soutien au Parti communiste français de 1930 jusqu'à sa mort. Avec André Breton, Paul Éluard, Philippe Soupault, il fut l'un des animateurs du dadaïsme parisien et du surréalisme. Sa poésie est largement inspirée, depuis les années 1940, par l'amour qu'il voue à son épouse, Elsa Triolet, écrivain elle aussi, et belle-sœur de Vladimir Maïakovski. Louis Aragon [1897 - 1982] French poet, novelist & editor. Having been involved in Dadaism from 1919 to 1924, he became a founding member of Surrealism in 1924, with André Breton & Philippe Soupault under the pen-name "Aragon". In 1939 he married Russian-born author Elsa Triolet, the sister of Lilya Brik, a mistress & common-law wife of Russian poet Vladimir Mayakovsky. He had met her in 1928, and she became his muse starting in the 1940s. Aragon and Triolet collaborated in the left-wing French media before and during World War II, going underground for most of the Nazi occupation. Louis Aragon wrote poems under the name of Le Musée Grévin (using the pseudonym of François la Colère), published during the Vichy regime by the Éditions de Minuit underground editor.. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition.

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        Lady Chatterley's Lover

      Penguin, 1960, unpublished proof copy.. I am often asked what he rarest Penguin of all might be. This is a contender. In early 1960 Penguin editors decided to publish a batch of ten D.H. Lawrence titles to commemorate the 30th anniversary of his death. They had done something similar in 1950, and now wanted to be the publishers of all Lawrence's major works. This naturally included Lady Chatterley's Lover; now a practical consideration, with new legislation that as thought to make it easier to publish literary novels with 'difficult' subject matter. As was normal, the printers produced around a dozen proof copies, of which this is one. At this point however, the printers, Hazell Watson & Viney, decided that they could not subject their staff to the material contained in the book and withdrew. This meant that the planed August publication date was lost. Penguin made an announcement n the trade press that publication was delayed. Meanwhile, one of the file copies had found its way into the hands of a policeman, and then the Director of Public Prosecutions. It seemed the time for the DPP to test the new Obscene Publications Act. Penguin found a new printer eventually; Sir Isaac Pitman offered his own company, Western Printing Services, on a matter of principle, and the complete run of 200,000 copies of the first Penguin edition were printed and stored in a warehouse. The prosecution would proceed on the 'publication' of the book. Normally this simply meant that a book was published and the police would raid a convenient shop in Charing Cross Road. Penguin's founder Allen Lane did not want an innocent bookseller prosecuted as well and suggested that publication could be contrived by the simple expedient of two directors presenting two dozen copies to a policeman a Scotland Yard. This was agreed, and the handover took place. These copies, and the copies used by the judge and jury were all he normal Penguin edition, taken from the warehouse. The judge's own copy was auctioned at Sotheby's some years ago; it was sold with two sheets of typed paper giving the page references to all sex acts and obscenities used in the book, and these were underlined in the text. It also included a small silk purse, so the judge could carry his copy around discreetly. The prosecution took place, and Penguin won the case, and the warehoused copies were sold. An immediate reprint was planned that involved at least five separate printers, including Hazell Watson & Viney, and some two million copies were produced and sold within a few months. The first Penguin edition is easily found, as are the first reprints. The proof copy, which effectively launched the prosecution, is clearly a very rare thing. Around half a dozen copies are known to exist, from the dozen or so that would have been issued. These were normally used by editors and Penguin staff. So - it is rare, but also has played a part in British publishing and cultural history; a significant rarity, then. This copy is in good condition. The covers are simply paper, that is uncoated and has a few marks. 'Lawrence Lady C' is written on the spine in indelible ink. I would suspect that this is contemporary to the book, for he simple reason that the text is written up the spine; a convention Penguin adhered to until around 1960 - now all spines on almost all books read 'down'.

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        Interpretation of the Codex Bodley; Together with: Facsimile of the Codex

      Mexico City: Sociedad Mexicana de Antropologia, 1960. First edition.. Hardcover. Fine. Yes. Text volume, facsimile of the Codex, publisher's box. The text volume is tall 4to. 9½ by 12½ inches. 87pp. followed by folding tables and charts. Publisher's brown cloth, gilt spine and upper board. A fine copy. One of 400 copies. The facsimile is 40 pages printed in color on both sides on stiff board, hinged so that it opens to the full size of the original: about 175 by 13 inches. A fine copy. Both housed in the publisher wooden box leather spine, gilt. The box is worn at the corners else is in very go'sod condition. The Codex Bodley is widely regarded as one of the most important manuscripts form pre-Colonial Mexico, form the Mixtec region about 1521, just before the Spanish conquest,

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      Skitser, 1960. Mål:22,5x29 cm. (47) sider. Ialt 38 tegninger, de fleste helsides i kul og blyant. Derudover 3 i tusch+akvarel (?), 1 farvetegning samt 2 tusch-tegninger i sort. 2 skitser signerede af kunstneren. 1 enkelt dateret 1960. Spiralbind.. Jane Muus (1919-2007) blev i 1936 optaget Kunstakademiet , kun 17 år gammel. I flere år havde hun ønsket og arbejdet hen imod en uddannelse som kunstner. Den lærer, der betød mest for hende var Aksel Jørgensen, der lærte hende at samle viden om menneskers udseende, før hun kunne gengive dem kunstnerisk. Jane Muus holdt fast ved en mere traditionel form for billedkunst. Hun har selv nævnt den franske grafiker H. Daumier og den tyske tegner og grafiker Käthe Kollwitz blandt sine forbilleder.I dag er Jane Muus kendt for sine xylografier, træsnit og linoelumstryk - hendes virke var langt og hun er blevet tildelt et utal af legater og stipendier

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        The Bab Ballads: With Which are Included Songs of a Savoyard

      MacMillan & Co. Ltd, London, 1960. Hardcover. Very Good. Illustrator: Gilbert, W.S. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Bound by Bayntun-Riviere, Bath, England. Text clean. 350 illustrations. Purple and blue marble endpages lightly fading. Gilt decorations on paste down edges. Text block edges in 23 1/2 carat gilt. Full red morocco leather boards with 2 lines of gilt on boards. Boards rubbed at corners. Spine has five raised gilt bands with floral decorations. Spine title on blue and green leather. Spine rubbed at edges and ends. No Jacket. Illustrator: Gilbert, W.S.. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: 019306..

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        The Lithographs of Marc CHAGALL. Volume 1

      Monte Carlo and Boston, 1960, 1st American edition, The complete book with text, 12 original lithographs by Marc Chagall (Mourlot 281-292), 10 of them in color and circa 200 color and b&w plates; 13.25 x 10 in, 221 pages, circa 200 color and b&w plates. Cloth in the lithographed dust jacket, acetate protector and publisher's slipcase. In excellent condition, thus rare. This is volume 1 of Marc Chagall's catalogue raisonné of lithographs. References: Freitag 1561; Cramer 43; Monod 2502.

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        Chagall Lithographe. Volume 1 (DELUXE EDITION, with two signed lithographs by Chagall).

      Cain, Julien. Chagall Lithographe. Volume 1 (DELUXE EDITION, with two signed lithographs by Chagall). Sauret, Paris, 1960. Illustrated with 13 original lithographs by Chagall, 4to. Original lithographic wraps over thin board, red cloth folder and slipcase.Limited edition, ONE OF 100 COPIES, on Grand Velin d'Arches, signed by Chagall and Sauret on the limitation page and with two original lithographs signed by Chagall. Volume one of the catalogue raisonne of Chagall's lithographs. Ref: Cramer books 43; Mourlot 282-293, 295-296.

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        Redigenda Curavit J. Brøndum-Nielsen, Erik Kroman. Vol. I-X (all issued).

      Copenhagen, 1960-73. Folio. 10 volumes bound in publishers fine red hmorocco. Bound by Jacob Baden.. A collection of Danish medieval Manuscripts reproduced in facsimile. The earliest Scandinavian texts which have survived until our day from about 1100 and originate from the ancient sphere of Danish Culture

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        Et kejserligt budskab og ni andre prosastykker.

      Oversat af Villy Sørensen. Illustreret med originale raderinger af Lars Bo. København 1960. 4°. 59 sider. I materie i originalt omslag med lette brugsspor på pergamynomslaget. I original kassette.. Nr. 158 af 200 nummererede og af kunstneren signerede eksplarer

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        Les Travaux d'Hercule - Die Arbeiten des Herakles - The Labours of Heracles. With lithographs by Ossip ZADKINE. Portfolio edition

      Koln, 1960, the deluxe portfolio edition, first Zadkine edition, number 7 of 45 copies (total of this edition 50), aside from the book edition of 300; signed by Ossip Zadkine and Christoph Czwiklitzer on the justification page; the complete portfolio with text and 28 b&w lithographs, each signed by Ossip Zadkine in pencil + the suite of 28 signed lithographs, for a total of 56 original signed lithographs; all printed on wove paper with deckle edges. All leaves loose, contained in the original portfolio case; the case with some repairs on the flaps, otherwise in excellent condition; overall size 27.5 x 21 in (70 x 53 cm).

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      Alhambra, CA: Cambria Books, (1960). First Edition. Hardcover. Fine in a Near Fine dustwrapper with minor rubbing and edgewear. Original beige cloth boards decorated in blue. Illustrated with 14 reproductions of watercolors by Miller. Shifreen & Jackson A123a: Copy #9 of only 50 of the Special Edition. Rather than being signed on the limitation page, this copy bears a SIGNED INSCRIPTION by the author on the half-title page to his third wife: "For/Lepska/from/Henry." In 1944, a decade after his divorce from his second wife, June Mansfield, and his affair with Anais Nin, Miller married a Polish immigrant and graduate student, Janina Martha Lepska. Despite having two of his three children with Lepska, as she was known, Miller's marriage collapsed in 1951 over disagreements about child rearing and they were divorced the following year. The front free endpaper, tellingly, contains a 1964 SIGNED INSCRIPTION by Lepska "To Miss McBride/with admiration and gratitude.

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        La Divine Comedie (The Divine Comedy). 6 volumes (with 100 woodcuts by Salvador DALI)

      Paris: Editions d'Art les Heures Claires, 1960, first edition with Dali illustrations, one of 3900 examples with 100 color woodcuts by Salvador Dali; printed on Rives paper, watermarked ”Les Heures Claires”. Circa 13 x 11 inches (330 x 262 mm), sheets loose as issued inside 6 decorated board folders and slipcases; the woodcuts are single loose sheets. In excellent condition, thus rare. The great Surrealist master, Salvador Dali, interprets Dante's classic poem in this great 6-volume set, which comprises 3 parts with 33 cantos each. In ”L'Enfer,” Dante is guided by Virgil through the 9 Circles of Hell; ”Purgatoire” sees Dante at the top of Purgatory mountain; finally, Dante meets Beatrice who takes him to ”Paradis”. References: Monod 3398; Michler/Lopsinger 1039-1138; Field pp. 189-200.

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