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        ORIGINAL ART: CASTLE OF SLEEPING BEAUTY

      - (TUDOR,TASHA)illus. ORIGINAL ART: CASTLE OF SLEEPING BEAUTY. This is a lovely water color signed by Tasha Tudor. The image measures 6 3/4 x 3 1/4 archivally matted, framed and glazed to 14 x 11". It was published in Tasha Tudor's Book Of Fairy Tales (Platt and Munk 1961). Depicted is a large castle nestled among vines and flowers. Delicate and lovely. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. - ABAA]
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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Duddleswell House, Sussex, 28. II. 1961.. 1 S. 4to.. An den Theaterkritiker T(homas) C(uthbert) Worsley (1907-1977): &quote;Thank you so much for your telegram on the 1st night of 'The Devils'. And many, many thanks for your review of the play in The Financial Times. It made me a happy man. I'm sorry that I didn't talk more coherently to you in the theatre that night. But you know what a nightmare thing it is for an author. Could you have lunch with me soon, when I can try to be more sensible. I'm about London a lot at the moment. A note here will reach me, or a telephone call. The number is NUTLEY 269. I do hope you can manage it, as there are many things I'd like to talk with you about [...]&quote;. - Das Stück &quote;The Devils&quote;, nach einem Roman von Aldous Huxley, wurde 1960 an Halls Royal Shakespeare Company uraufgeführt und brachte Whiting endlich den ersehnten Durchbruch als Dramatiker (1971 folgte eine Verfilmung von Ken Russell). Whitings früher Krebstod zwei Jahre darauf setzte seiner Karriere ein jähes Ende; dennoch gilt er heute als bedeutender Vorläufer von Harold Pinter und Samuel Beckett.

      [Bookseller: Kotte Autographs GmbH]
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        The Rising Gorge

      Simon & Schuster, New York 1961 - 287 pages. First edition, first printing. Dust jacket art by Ben Shahn. Inscribed by Perleman in March, 1962 on the first sheet. Thirty four pieces previously published in The New Yorker but never before in book form. Fine book in a fine dust jacket. A beautiful copy! [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Kitsune: Japan's Fox of Mystery, Romance & Humor,

      The Hokuseido Press (1961), (Tokyo) - Small 8vo. xiii,(1),235pp. Publisher's rough reddish-brown cloth, gilt spine. Illustrated with a color frontispiece and full page plates in color as well as black and white, some with captioned tissue guards. Neat ownership name on front free endpaper trace of sunning along top edge else a fine copy. The dustwrapper is lightly sunned along the spine, has a short closed marginal tear else is very good. Scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA]
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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      O. O., 19. Juni 1961. 3 SS. Gr.-4to. Gelocht.. An den Kunsthistoriker Siegfried Salzmann (1928-1993): &quote;[ ] In den nächsten Wochen hole ich 75 Bilder unter Glas und Rahmen zurück - die in Wien und Linz gezeigt wurden - in Frankfurt (nach der Ausstellung in den Römerhallen) stünden mehr als 80 zur Verfügung - wir könnten von letzterem das für Ringenberg geeignete herausnehmen. Nach meinen Erfahrungen gebe ich mit ganz wenig Ausnahmen die Arbeiten immer nur unter Glas und Rahmen ab - Es ist dann nur immer die Frage des Transportes. Meist sind es große Formate und nicht immer hat man gute Rahmen 70x90 zur Verfügung und meine Bilder wirken in den hellgrau-ziegelroten Rahmen sehr gut. Es könnte ein Mann sie in einem VW wenn wir bei 20-30 Bilder bleiben ohne weiteres transportieren - so man die Sitze hinten herausnimmt. Nach Wien bekam ich einen großen BMW - da war es überhaupt kein Problem. [ ]&quote;. - Zunächst Autodidakt, besuchte Weber von 1911-13 die Kunstgewerbeschule in Erfurt, arbeitete für die &quote;Leipziger Illustrierte Zeitung&quote; und war im Ersten Weltkrieg als Kriegszeichner eingesetzt. 1917 illustrierte er mit Paul Lingens Requiem das erste von mehr als 60 Büchern. 1925 gründete er die &quote;Clan-Presse&quote; zur Herstellung eigener Lithographien. 1928 trat er in Kontakt zum Widerstandskreis um Ernst Niekisch, für dessen Zeitschriften &quote;Widerstand&quote; und &quote;Entscheidung&quote; er politische Satiren zeichnete. Er illustrierte auch Niekischs Schrift &quote;Hitler -- ein deutsches Verhängnis&quote; (1932). 1937 wurde er von der Gestapo verhaftet, nach der Entlassung entstanden die Blattfolgen &quote;Die Schachspieler&quote; und &quote;Die Gefangenen&quote;. Nach Kriegsende begann er mit der Gestaltung der Handwerkerbilder, der sog. Winheimer Drucke, 1954-67 war er Mitarbeiter des Münchner &quote;Simplicissimus&quote;. - Siegfried Salzmann war von 1971 bis 1984 Direktor des Wilhelm Lehmbruck-Museums in Duisburg und anschließend bis 1993 Direktor der Kunsthalle Bremen.

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        DEATH FINDS A FOOTHOLD

      London: Geoffrey Bles 1961 - First edition, first printing. Original cloth, in dustwrapper. A lovely near fine copy, just a hint of pushing to the top of the spine, the contents clean and without inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the better than very good lightly rubbed and nicked dustwrapper. Not price-clipped (13s 6d net to the front flap). Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: LUCIUS BOOKS (ABA, ILAB, PBFA)]
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        DARK BROWN. Signed 1/25cc.

      Auerhahn Press, San Francisco 1961 - McClure, Michael. DARK BROWN. Signed 1/25cc. First edition. Unpaginated. Fine in full leather with gilt-stamped spine & upper cover. One of only 25 copies [the entire hardbound edition] on Alexandra Japan paper. SIGNED by McClure. An evocative, sensual masterpiece of American poetry. Fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        THE COMPLAISANT LOVER. A comdey.

      Viking Press.New York.,1961 - FIRST AMERICAN EDITION.-SIGNED BY GREENE on the title page.Very good copy in decorative red paper covered boards with gold and black design.White cloth spine lettered in red.In original red and white dustwrapper with price still intact($3.00).Spine of wrapper is very slightly faded and has a bit of chipping to top but overall a very good bright copy.Signed by Greene in black ink below his name on the title page.: [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster. - ABA & PBFA Member.]
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        Poèmes

      Paris: Jean Hugues 1961 - Limited Edition. Of 300 numbered copies, this is number 25 of 90 issued on vélin de rives paper, with seven gravure etchings from four plates by Max Ernst; SIGNED by Ernst, the publisher (Jean Hugues) and the translator of Hölderlin's poems, André du Bouchet. Even offsetting to the covers, else fine in printed French-folded wrappers, slipcase (lightly worn, a little faded on the spine). [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Harper's Books, ABAA]
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        The Waste Land

      London: Faber and Faber, Ltd. 1961 - Limited edition of 300 numbered copies. Signed by Eliot on the limitation page. Publisher's brown marbled boards flecked with gilt over white parchment spine, gilt lettering to the spine, boards ruled in gilt, top edge gilt, printed at the Officina Bodoni in Verona, Italy, in Dante type on Pescia paper by Giovanni Mardersteig; housed in the publisher's brown marbled slipcase flecked with gilt. Fine book; slipcase with a hint of wear to the extremities, split to a bottom hinge, else sturdy and intact. Overall, an extremely fresh copy. Gallup A6.d. Beginning with the line "April is the cruellest month," The Waste Land is a melancholy modernist poem about the decline of modern European society, broken into five parts, each of which refers to a different scene and speaker. First published in 1922 by Boni and Liveright, it is considered to be one of the most important poems of the twentieth century as well as Eliot's masterpiece. Notably, the poem is dedicated to Ezra Pound, who worked closely with Eliot to edit the text prior to its publication. This limited edition is the first deluxe edition of The Waste Land, following the first American editions and the limited English edition published by Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press in 1923. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA]
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        La chevelure des choses.

      1961 1961 - Préface d'Alechinsky. Paris: Édition Galerie de Rive Gauche 1961. Rigt illustr. med ordbilleder af Dotremont og Jorn. [34] s. Ét af 300 numr. ekspl. Richly illustr. with word pictures by Dotremont and Jorn. One of 300 numb. copies. In publisher's slipcase. * PHH 215. Med kunstsamleren John Hunovs ex-libris tegnet af Per Kirkeby.

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        Tropic of Capricorn

      Castle Books 1961 - Published by arrangement with Grove Press. Inscribed to his friend (and collector) Pierre Sicari and SIGNED and dated by Henry Miller on the front endpaper. The volume is bumped at the spine ends. The unclipped dust jacket is lightly rubbed on all surfaces and has a small stain on the bottom edge of the rear panel near the flap fold. The jacket is now protected in mylar. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Trilby & Co. Books]
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        James and the Giant Peach. A Children's Story

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf,, 1961. Illustrated by Nancy Ekholm Burkert. Quarto. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in light blue morocco, titles to spine in dark blue, pictorial onlay taken from the original jacket to the front board with titles in dark blue and red, twin rule to turn-ins in dark blue, cream endpapers, gilt edges. With numerous colour illustrations. A fine copy. First edition, first printing. A fantastic example of the Chelsea Bindery's work.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Giant Golden Book of Biology: An Introduction to the Science of Life

      Golden Press, 1961. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. First printing (A395395 on front pastedown). Pictorial hardcover. The cover has wear, the corners are bumped and showing boards. No writing or other marks inside.

      [Bookseller: Sno River Books]
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        The Cecil Beaton Diaries

      Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1961 - The Cary Collection is hereby presenting a lovely complete (6) volume set: 'The Cecil Beaton Diaries' in the bespoke colourful dw's!~ 1st: 'The Wandering Years 1922~39'/ 2nd: 'The Years Between 1939~44'/ 3rd: 'The Happy Years 1944~48'/ 4th: 'The Strenuous Years 1948~55'/ 5th: 'The Restless Years 1955~63'/ & 6th: 'The Parting Years 1963~74' all Uk 1st ed except vol 1 (2nd ed) @ $1,800.~ Usd! We are your premier, global Cecil Beaton biblio specialist!~ Thus a most delightfully stylish, couture set bound in smart chocolate colour, Hermes of Paris ribbon adornment!~! Bon Appetit & Cheers, indeed! [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Cadastre.

      Seuil 1961 - - Seuil, Paris 1961, 13,5x20,5cm, broché. - Edition originale collective, un des 15 exemplaires numérotés sur pur fil, seuls grands papiers. Bel exemplaire. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        American Express

      Paris: The Olympia Press. (1961). A humorous autobiographical novel by the Beat poet, published in the Traveller's Companion series, which also published William Burroughs, J.P. Donleavy, Terry Southern and others. With illustrations throughout by the author. Fine in wrappers, in a fine dust jacket, and very uncommon thus. First Edition. Softcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        TROPIC OF CAPRICORN

      NY: Grove Press, (1961) - First American Edition of this long-banned masterpiece first published in Paris in 1939, the companion to Miller's earlier Tropic of Cancer. An unsparing account of what it means to grow to manhood in America, the magic leaps from the page in uninhibited, subversive, often hilarious -- never less than brilliant -- prose, proving yet again why the author remains one of the most iconic writers of the twentieth century. A fine copy in like dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mystery Pier Books, Inc.,ABAA, ILAB, ABA]
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        American Express

      Paris: The Olympia Press. (1961). First. First edition. Wrappers. Owner name on the front fly else fine in a lightly rubbed, near fine dustwrapper. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        INVADERS FROM THE INFINITE

      Reading, Penna: Fantasy Press,. [1961]. Octavo,. boards.. A fine copy without dust jacket as issued. The spine panel is. entirely free of the sunning or age-darkening so common to this book.. A very sharp "like new" copy. A fine example of the dust jacket. printed for the book in 1990 by publisher Lloyd Eshbach has been. added to this copy. (#85959). First edition. Limited to 112 copies signed by Campbell. This issue, prepared for Fantasy Press subscribers, has the standard Fantasy Press limitation notice "... limited to 3000 copies of which 300 are numbered and autographed," which here is erroneous. These copies were not numbered by the publisher. Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 2-12.

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        The Kind of Poetry I Want [a long poem]

      K.D. Duval, Edinburgh, 1961 - One of 300 numbered copies, signed by the author. Printed at the Officina Bodoni, Verona, in 16 and 13pt Griffo on Magnani handmade paper 4to Fine copy in slipcase. With the publisher’s signed autograph presentation inscription at the head of the half-title page Quarter vellum, patterned paper sides

      [Bookseller: Bertram Rota Ltd]
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        The Moviegoer

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf 1961. First edition. Fine in a lightly rubbed near fine dustwrapper with very light edgewear. Inscribed by the author to publisher and bibliographer Stuart Wright: "for Stuart with my thanks for what he did with a magazine article. Walker. Covington February 6, 1980." Wright was the publisher of the Palaemon Press, which published fine press editions of most of the best Southern authors of the time. Presumably Percy is referring to the fine press edition of Bourbon which Wright published as a private edition in 1979, and later republished in another edition in 1981. Estimates of the size of the printing of The Moviegoer vary, with strong cases for both 1500, and 3000. The Moviegoer was awarded the National Book Award over both Catch-22 and Franny and Zoey. The author's exceptionally scarce first book and a highspot of modern Southern literature, inscribed copies have become very uncommon, and are seldom found with notable associations.

      [Bookseller: Between The Covers]
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        Samples of the Old Turkish Carpets and Kilims / Eski türk halilarindan ve kilimlerinden örnekler

      Istanbul: Sümerbank. Very Good in Good+ dustjacket; 19 x 13.5 Hardback in chipped dustjacket . otherwise in Very Good condition. 1961. Hardcover. Illustrated by 40 offset color plates; GWO 1331. Beautifully produced catalog of the TIEM collection of old rugs and flatweaves. Uncommon.; 5; 88 pp. .

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        The Chateau

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1961. First. First edition. Fine in very good dustwrapper with a small stain on the spine, and small nicks and chips on the front panel. Warmly Inscribed by the author to his fellow editor at The New Yorker Rachel MacKenzie: "For Rachel, most affectionately, Bill. February 1961." Rachel MacKenzie replaced Katherine White as the fiction editor at The New Yorker on the recommendation of May Sarton. During her tenure at the magazine MacKenzie was noted for her nurturing and editing of, among others, Sarton, Philip Roth, Muriel Spark, and especially Isaac Bashevis Singer. MacKenzie's enthusiasm led to the magazine devoting an entire issue to Spark's The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. However, the magazine wouldn't publish Goodbye, Columbus as she recommended because William Shawn was too squeamish over the more "frank" aspects of the novella. An excellent association -- although there were periods when Maxwell devoted his time to his own writing, he spent many years as a primary fiction editor for the magazine. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Kind of Poetry I Want

      Edinburgh: K. D. Duval,, 1961. Tall quarto. Original japon backed patterned boards, titles to spine and top edge gilt, others untrimmed. In the publisher's grey slipcase. A fine copy. First edition, first impression. One of a limited edition of 300 numbered copies signed by the author on the limitation leaf. Printed by Giovanni Mardersteig on handmade paper on the hand-press of the Officina Bodoni in Verona.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Mindgames, Vol. 1, No. 20, July 1961

      United States of America`: Marvell Comics Group, 1961. 30 pages, two staples bound book, hint of aging / toning on soft cover panels. strong very good interior; a wee bit of wear on the corners of the book, but still is strong very good. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12".

      [Bookseller: Alexandria Books]
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        Moncrif's Cats

      London: Golden Cockerel Press,, 1961. Les Chats. Translated by Reginald Bretnor. Tall quarto. Original dark blue and red morocco, titles and publisher's device to spine gilt, cat design to front board gilt, top edge gilt, other untrimmed. Housed in a dark blue cloth slipcase. 10 full-page illustrations by Coypel, taken from the first edition in 1727. A fine copy. First edition; number 8 of 100 copies specially bound by E. W. Hiscox. Moncrif (1687-1770) was a French writer, courtier, and academician now best known for his Histoire des Chats, first published in 1727. In letter form, Moncrif discusses the role of cats throughout history and his work can be read both as a satire of pedantic academic writing and a sincere tribute to the domesticated feline. "Let us calm ourselves ... one day we shall see the merits of Cats generally recognized. It is impossible that we should not come to feel that in our Cat we possess a friend who is the best of company, an admirable Pantomimist, a born Astrologer, a perfect Musician, in short the union of the talents & the graces" (p. 104-5).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Chateau

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1961. First. First edition. Fine in very good dustwrapper with a small stain on the spine, and small nicks and chips on the front panel. Warmly Inscribed by the author to his fellow editor at The New Yorker Rachel MacKenzie: "For Rachel, most affectionately, Bill. February 1961." Rachel MacKenzie replaced Katherine White as the fiction editor at The New Yorker on the recommendation of May Sarton. During her tenure at the magazine MacKenzie was noted for her nurturing and editing of, among others, Sarton, Philip Roth, Muriel Spark, and especially Isaac Bashevis Singer. MacKenzie's enthusiasm led to the magazine devoting an entire issue to Spark's The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. However, the magazine wouldn't publish Goodbye, Columbus as she recommended because William Shawn was too squeamish over the more "frank" aspects of the novella. An excellent association -- although there were periods when Maxwell devoted his time to his own writing, he spent many years as a primary fiction editor for the magazine. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Gugong Cangci. Porcelain of the National Palace Museum: Chun Ware of the Sung Dynasty

      Hong Kong: Cafa Company Limited, 1961 - First edition, first printing. Folio, 39.7*28cm. Fine hardcover in fine dustjacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Chinese Art Books]
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        A la Recherche du Temps perdu. Illustrations de GRAU-SALA.

      - Ed. Plaisir du Livre, 1961-63, 7 volumes in-4° reliés plein skyvertex rouge de l'éditeur, plats encadrés d'un filet doré, jaquettes rhodoïd imprimées ‘A la Recherche du Temps perdu’, têtes dorées. Tirage limité et numéroté (n°3729/5000), sur grand vélin de Lana. Tome I : Du côté de chez Swann ; 357pp. Tome II : A l'ombre des jeunes filles en fleurs ; 429pp. Tome III : Le côté de Guermantes ; 485pp. Tome IV : Sodome et Gomorrhe ; 429pp. Tome V : La prisonnière ; 332pp. Tome VI : La fugitive ; 230pp. Tome VII : Le temps retrouvé ; 298pp. Excellent état, proche du neuf. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Last Galway Hooker

      (Dublin): The Dolmen Press. (1961). First. First edition. Quarter parchment and cloth. Fine in original very good unprinted glassine dustwrapper (not shown in illustration) with some tears and small chips. One of 200 Signed copies. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Soft Machine

      Paris: Olympia Press. (1961). First. First edition. Wrappers. Small perforations to five interior pages, evidently from the printing process, otherwise fine in wrappers (with "New Franc" price on the rear wrap) in a lightly rubbed, else fine dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author to the actress Ruth Ford: "For Ruth Ford, All the best, William S. Burroughs." Ford, the Mississippi-born sister of surrealist author Charles Henri Ford, was a beautiful model and actress, first in Orson Welles's Mercury Theatre, and later in films and theater. Notably, she starred on Broadway in Jean Paul Sartre's No Exit in 1946, under the direction of John Huston (the last of five Broadway plays he directed). Her apartment in the Dakota became a salon for authors such as Tennessee Williams, Edward Albee, Terrence McNally, and Truman Capote. A chance encounter between Stephen Sondheim and Arthur Laurents in her Manhattan living room led to their collaboration, with her Dakota-neighbor Leonard Bernstein, on West Side Story. Similarly, she brought together Kay Thompson and Hilary Knight to create the celebrated stories of Eloise, the little girl who lived at the Plaza.Ford is well known also for her long friendship with William Faulkner, which began with her dating his brother Dean in the early 1930s. Faulkner was openly smitten with Ford for many years. He wrote his experimental 1951 title Requiem for a Nun, a sequel to his early and controversial novel Sanctuary, with her in mind. He further declared, to the consternation of his agent and publisher, that it was her dramatic property (Requiem for a Nun was a mixture of stage play and novel). Stage production of the title stalled for years, partly because Faulkner's experimental drama did not lend itself to live theatre, and partly because the producers were unsure of Ford's suitability. Faulkner was adamant that it was her dramatic property, and in 1959 she adapted the play herself and starred in its London production opposite her second husband, Zachary Scott. Her stage version received enthusiastic reviews in both London and New York, but did not fare so well with audiences and closed after a short run on Broadway. Ford continued to act on both stage and screen well into the 1980s. She passed away in 2009 at the age of 98. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Ice in the Bedroom

      Simon and Schuster 1961 - Very nice copy with P.G.'s signature on F.E.P. It reads: Best wishes, P.G. Wodehouse. Former owner felt compelled to write berneath this inscription - Best wishes to you too! Hugh Littel, 1961. He also wrote his name on half title page. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        One Hundred Years of Chinese Painting. Jin Bai Nian Zhong Guo Hua Xuan, 1961. Ren Po Nien,Wu Changshuo, Ch'i Pai Shih, Hsu Pei Hung,Huang Pin Hung

      Hong Kong: The Photoart Publishing Company, 1961 - First edition, first printing. Folio, 37.5*27*2cm, wt:1.4kg, x+100p+2, 100 plates printed on one side only. 100 paintings (30 color prints). Ch'i Pai Shih (26 paintings), Wu changshuo (14), Hsu Pei Hung (10), Ren Po Nien (10), Huang Pin Hung (13), altogether 100 masterpieces of traditional Chinese paintings finely illustrated. Text in both Chinese and English. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Horseman, Pass By

      NY: Harper. (1961). McMurtry's first book, a breakthrough in Texas literature and in regional literature in general. One of A.C. Greene's "50 best books on Texas," and made into the movie Hud. Inscribed by the author. Very small glue bump under the rear spine cloth; else a fine copy in a near fine dust jacket with light rubbing to the folds, a tiny tear to the lower front flap fold, and the price lightly changed in pencil. First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        THE HOWARD COLLECTOR complete file 18 issues

      Pasadena TX: Glenn Lord - ( Summer 1961 - Autumn 1973) All issues published. The first regularly published REH fan publication printing a wealth of original material including: stories, fragments, letters, prose poems, etc. All issued in stapled wrappers. Some early issues were reprinted (piracies?) via offset and bound to resemble the first printings. I suspect issue #6 (Spring 1965) is a reprint. Issue #7 is represented by two copies: one most assuredly a reprint, the other being hurt with oversized paper covers tattered at edges, covers detached and split along spine. But for the noted exception all issues grade VG to FINE with a bit of the inevitable tanning to edges of wrappers. Quite difficult to assemble in a complete set. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Nicholas J. Certo]
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        The Sculpture of Marino Marini [WITH ORIGINAL SIGNED LITHOGRAPH)

      Frederick A. Praeger (1961), New York - 1/60. Large quarto. XXIII, [1], 146pp. Original photo-illustrated dust-jacket over illustrated black cloth, with white lettering on spine. Original lithograph frontispiece by Marino Marini, signed by him in pencil on lower left margin. Eduard Trier, one of the foremost international experts on the art of sculpture, traces the evolution on the work of Marino Marini (1901-1980) from some sketches done in the early 1930s to his most mature statues and demonstrates his essential unity of style and purpose. The unity and the immense power of Marini's sculpture is clearly shown in Helmut Lederer's magnificent photographs which represent all the most important aspects of Marini's work and constitutes the core of this extremely valuable study. Translated from the German by Michael Bullock. Includes list of illustrations, biographical outline and selected bibliography. One of 60 copies with an original signed lithograph, of which this is No. 40. Dust-jacket with tiny chipping at head of spine and lower front corner. Price clipped on front flap. Two tiny dents on lower margin of binding. Minor age toning to outer edges of interior pages. Dust jacket in overall good, binding in good+, interior in good+ to very good, original lithograph and plates in very good condition. * Marino Marini (1901-1980) was one of the most celebrated Italian sculptors of the 20th century. He attended the Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence in 1917. Although he never abandoned painting, Marini devoted himself primarily to sculpture from about 1922. From this time his work was influenced by Etruscan art and the sculpture of Arturo Martini. Marini succeeded Martini as professor at the Scuola d’Arte di Villa Reale in Monza, near Milan, in 1929, a position he retained until 1940. During this period, Marini traveled frequently to Paris, where he associated with Massimo Campigli, Giorgio de Chirico, Alberto Magnelli, and Filippo Tibertelli de Pisis. In 1936 he moved to Tenero-Locarno, in Ticino Canton, Switzerland; during the following few years the artist often visited Zürich and Basel, where he became a friend of Alberto Giacometti, Germaine Richier, and Fritz Wotruba. In 1936, he received the Prize of the Quadriennale of Rome. In 1938, he married Mercedes Pedrazzini. He accepted a professorship in sculpture at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, Milan, in 1940. In 1943, he went into exile in Switzerland, exhibiting in Basel, Bern, and Zurich. In 1946, the artist settled permanently in Milan. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Geoffrey Faber 1889-1961

      Faber and Faber, London 1961 - First edition. Fine in papercovered boards. One of 100 numbered copies of this rare little memorial address, this copy is unnumbered, press lettered "out of series," and is unsigned. See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Unless the Grain Die

      . Augustine, Saint, 354-430 ad- Ignatius, Saint, Bishop of Antioch - - [Alternate Names: Aurelius Augustinus - Augustinus, Aurelius] - Unless the Grain Die. - Worcester: Stanbrook Abbey, 1961 Ref: V & A Stanbrook Abbey Exhib, 66. #15 of 40 copies: " (Total edition 200 numbered copies: comprising 40 copies as this on Twelve by Eight Silurian* paper handmade by John Mason, bound in full leather. 160 regular copies on J. F. Head's Linda Badger handmade paper, Silurian endpapers and two half-titles. For fulll description see: www.goldenlegend.com/pdfs/Augustine.pdf

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        Geoffrey Faber 1889 - 1961

      Privately printed. 1961 - London: Privately printed, 1961, 1961. Octavo. Original brown boards.Gilt titling to the front board and spine with brown endpapers.Printed on one side only of rice paper.Spine and board edges lightly faded and the end leaves lightly foxed.Small closed split to lower front spine fold.An excellent copy.Number 25 of only 100 numbered copies of this rare little memorial address on the occasion of Sir Geoffrey Faber's memorial service at St Giles-in-the-Fields,Holborn,10th May 1961.This edition was printed for private distribution. ashtonrarebooks welcomes direct contact. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An American Epic: Famine In Forty-Five Nations - The Battle On The Front Line 1914-1923 Volume Three

      Henry Regnery Company, Chicago, Il 1961 - Slight wear on top and bottom edge of dust jacket, otherwise in fine condition. Inscribed "To Thomas P. Pike / With the Good Wishes / of / Herbert Hoover" on the first blank page in black ink. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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