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        Zeitschrift für das gesamte Handelsrecht und Wirtschaftsrecht. ZHR., Begründet 1858 von L. Goldschmidt

      Stuttgart, Ferdinand Enke; Heidelberg, Verlagsgesellschaft Recht und Wirtschaft, 1962 - 1985. - Einbände berieben und bestoßen. Innen sauber. Gutes Leseexemplar. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 15000 23 x 15 cm, Leinen und Kunststoffeinband [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Göppinger Antiquariat]
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        Cover Her Face.

      Faber and Faber, London 1962 - First edition of the author's first book. Octavo, original green cloth. Light shelfwear to the bottom cloth, near fine in a near fine dust jacket. Signed by the author on the title page with the added words, "And when that happened the right words would be found." The inscription is the final line of this novel. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. A superior example with a nice inscription from the author. "Cover Her Face was, James has said, written simply to try out her powers in fiction as a preliminary to attempting the novel proper. Its immediate success, however-snapped up at once by the prestigious British publishers Faber and Faber, and well reviewed on publication-caused her to try her hand again at the detective story, putting even more of the novel's concern with the workings of the human mind, and indeed of the soul, into its pages. Already present in that first attempt were many of the hallmarks of her subsequent writing. There was the fastidious prose, beautifully accurate and not without complex plots Add to these qualities a gift for forward-looking storytelling and, above all, the creation of a detective you like and want to go on liking in Adam Dalgliesh, policeman and plausible poet" (Keating, 40). [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        The Forms of Fiction

      New York: Random House. (1962). First. First edition. Printed papercovered boards. Corners rubbed, a near fine copy without dustwrapper. Nicely Inscribed by co-author John Gardner: "For Janet Turner -- for reading on winter nights when no owls are out -- John." Gardner's first book, a textbook. The fragile papercovered boards tend to be well-worn when encountered. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Catalogue Raisonne De L'oevre Grave Et Lithographie De Carzou

      1962, Soft cover, Book Condition: Very Good, 1st EditionThe wraps are a bit marked and worn. There is a little moisture staining and rippling to the top right corner of the wraps and text block. Warmly inscribed by Carzou on the half-title page. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Art; Inventory No: y232.

      [Bookseller: Chapter 1 Books]
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        AFFEN UND ALPHABETE

      [Stuttgart: Manus Press, 1962].. Folio (45 x 33.5 cm). Accordion-fold sheets laid into pictorial stiff wrappers. Spine label a bit frayed along the edges, some slipcase rubbing along the extreme edges of the wrappers, otherwise near fine in publisher's pictorial slipcase. First edition of this ambitious undertaking by one of the foremost German woodcut artists of the post-WWII era. This work is comprised of sixteen original woodcuts of stylized apes printed in black (and one in black and red), juxtaposed with typographical experiments. From a total edition of three hundred numbered copies, this is one of sixty deluxe copies with the woodcuts signed in pencil by the artist, and with a separate special printing on Japanese paper of the woodcut for the upper wrapper, signed by the artist in the margin.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        The Spy Who Loved Me

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1962. Octavo. Original brown boards, spine lettered in silver, dagger design to front board in silver and blind, red endpapers. With the dust jacket. Spine gently rolled, tips a little bumped, minor abrasion to front free endpaper, internally fine; an excellent copy in the jacket with toned spine, 4 cm short closed tear to head of slightly spotted rear panel, and a few nicks to extremities. First edition, first impression. In many ways this is one of the most ambitious of Fleming's Bond books. It purports to be the first hand testimony of a 23 year old Canadian woman with whom Bond has an ill-fated affair. In time-honoured literary tradition Fleming claims to have been sent Michel's manuscript account of which he is merely the editor. Michel therefore gets a spurious credit as co-author on the title page. This novel is the only Bond book to be written in the first person.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Dark Monarch A Portrait From Within.

      London: The Galley Press, Uncorrected Proof Copy, 1962. - "This is a rough and uncorrected proof and should not be regarded as a finished copy in either printing or binding." 204 pp. paper covers, in good condition. With drawings by the author. The author's note says that "The Dark Monarch is psychobiographic, in the widest sense." Berlin, 1911-1999, was a dancer, painter, sculptor, writer and poet, one of the last surviving members of the St Ives School in Cornwall. This was his second novel and its motive was, in some degree, to vent personal anger over the hypocrisy of an over-close competitive art colony. The book was published and 575 copies were sold before its withdrawal from sale after no fewer than four libel actions by members of that colony. Copies were pulped, with probably only around 100 surviving. This is an uncorrected proof copy. It is therefore an interesting survival and has to be considered very scarce.

      [Bookseller: Saintfield Antiques & Fine Books]
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        The Adventures Of Tom Bombadil - 1st Edition/1st Impression

      London: George Allen & Unwin, Ltd.. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1962. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. An attractive First Impression of the First Edition, Hammond A6a, published 22 November 1962 at 13s. 6d. With a planned print run of 10,000 copies. Fine condition, bright pictorial boards in Near Fine, slightly rubbed dustwrapper. Ownership signature of Fidelma Kirstein (wife of American writer Lincoln Kirstein and sister of Paul Cadmus) ; The Adventures of Tom Bombadil and other verses from The Red Book, consist of 16 poems, three about Tom Bombadil himself, one about a hobbit and a troll, two about the Man in the Moon, six which represent simply "adventures", and four which are in the nature of a bestiary, familiar places to instill the feel of a Middle Earth setting .

      [Bookseller: Books Tell You Why]
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        Diffusion of Innovations (First Printing)

      NY. NY: The Free Press of Glencoe. Near Fine with no dust jacket. 1962. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. Hardcover. Bound in red and reddish-brown boards with light rubbing to corners of boards, slight corner bump, no other defects. Pages are clean and crisp, the binding is tight and square; book appears unread. Lacking the dust jacket. . The first printing of the first edition (1962, NAP) of a classic sociological work. Published in five hardcover editions with many printings in each edition, it is still in print and widely cited. Based initially on findings from anthropology, early sociology, rural sociology, education, industrial sociology and medical sociology, it has since been applied to many other fields. This is a beautiful copy of a classic, almost As New. First Edition, First Printing, scarce thus. . 8vo - 8" to 9" tall. 367 pages. M2 .

      [Bookseller: Sweet Beagle Books]
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        Paradise Reclaimed [Signed] [Paradisarheimt; Undirritaðu]

      Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1962, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fine, Dust Jacket Condition: fine, First editionA Fine copy of the first American edition, first printing (slight pushing to the spine ends, slight loss to publisher's name on the spine, small sticker shadow to the rear free endpaper), in a Fine dust jacket (spine lightly toned), SIGNED BY HALLDOR LAXNESS on the title page; a novel centered on the Mormon missionary involvement in Iceland. During the 19th Century, Mormon missionaries came to Iceland and converted a small number of Icelanders to Mormonism. These converts then founded the first Icelandic community outside of Iceland when, in 1855, they emigrated to America and founded the community of Spanish Fork, Utah. [The Mormon missionary endeavor to Iceland did not succeed and, as of 2013's end, only 185 Mormons lived in Iceland.]Halldor Laxness won the 1955 Nobel Prize in Literature "for his vivid epic power which has renewed the great narrative art of Iceland", making him the first (and, as of the day of this listing, the only) Icelander ever to win the Prize. In our experience, signed copies of trade editions of Laxness' work (as opposed to Limited Editions which are called to be signed) are not terribly common to the market, and signed copies of this work by Halldor Laxness are quite uncommon. A Fine copy, SIGNED BY HALLDOR LAXNESS. QUITE SCARCE.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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        VERSES

      Privately Published Alderney 1962 - Uncorrected proof copy. Original Cape wrappers (although published privately, it was printed with the help of White's friend Michael Howard, a director of Cape.). Extensively corrected by the author in green biro throughout. The 43 pages contain 21 corrections. A very good copy with some coffee stains to the upper cover and page edges. The author's final work published in his lifetime, which, like his first some thirty-four years earlier, is poetry. White published it at his expense for distribution amongst his friends. PROVENANCE: Harry Griffiths (White's neighbour and secretary; ownership signature on title page) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Jonkers Rare Books]
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        SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES.

      Simon and Schuster, New York 1962 - Octavo, cloth. ".remains the quintessential Bradbury fiction." - Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature IV, pp. 1769-73. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 4A-45. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 4-51. A fine copy in a fine dust jacket with with a little rubbing along the folds. (16932) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr, Bookseller, ABAA/ILAB]
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        The Adventures of Tom Bombadil and other verses from The Red Book

      George Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1962, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Fair, 1st EditionThis copy is in general good condition. The dustjacket has some wear and tear. It has open wear and tear at the head and foot of the spine area. The top edges of the dj front and back covers have small closed tears. The corners have shelf and user wear. There is very general handling marking. The illustrated cover is sweetly colourful and bright. The spine has wear to the head and particularly the foot. The corners have shelf depressions. The price has not been clipped from the inside flap. A date (11.1.63) on the inside front flap. The front and back papers have the residue of tape. The front papers have handling and storage marks. The contents are clear and clean. The charming, lively illustrations are complete and unblemished. The book has a comfortable feel and may be read and owned with complete confidence and pleasure. fk Quantity Available: 1. Category: Poetry; Inventory No: ails.

      [Bookseller: Chapter 1 Books]
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        Nutshell Library (4 Vols )

      New York: Harper & Row, 1962. The 1962 correct --and uncommon-- 1st edition. According to the highly-regarded Sendak bibliography (Hanrihan, A51, pgs. 58-60), "the only way to tell a real first edition is to have one with a sticker of $2.95 on the box." This copy has a bright, clean example of the $2.95 gold sticker and, beyond that, is INSCRIBED BY MAURICE SENDAK on the front free endpaper of "Pierre", one of the 4 books in the set. This set has held beautifully: All 4 volumes --and their pictorial dustjackets-- are very sharp and crisp and Near Fine. As is the publisher's original pictorial slipcase. The 4 books in the set are: "Chicken Soup with Rice", "One Was Johnny", "Aligators All Around" and "Pierre". Miniatures, 10x7x4 cm. . Signed by Author. First Edition. Cloth. Collectible; Fine/Fine. Illus. by Maurice Sendak.

      [Bookseller: Appledore Books, ABAA]
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        The Nutshell Library

      New York: Harper & Row,, 1962. Pierre, Alligators All Around, One Was Johnny and Chicken Soup with Rice. Miniature ( 95 x 63 mm). All four volumes in original pink cloth binding and with dust jackets. Housed in the original pictorial slip case. Illustrated by Sendak. Volume one dust jacket with tiny closed tear to top edge, slip case with a touch of rubbing at corners. An excellent set. First edition, first printing, first state. Slip case with the original gold price sticker affixed to front.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Ipcress File Signed Len Deighton Michael Caine

      UK: Hodder & Stoughton, 1962. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Very Good+/Very Good. The Ipcress File by Double Signed Len Deighton Michael Caine Autograph First Edition Hodder & Stoughton 1962. No foxing or browning, gift inscription (dated Christmas 1962) to fep. Covers VG+ in price clipped original first state dust jacket (without reviews) with fraying to edges. SIGNED BY LEN DEIGHTON to loosely inserted slip.

      [Bookseller: Brought to Book Ltd]
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        Glasmalereien für Jerusalem. Text von Jean Leymarie., Mit 2 Original-Farblithografien. Aus dem Französischen übersetzt von U. R. Hemmerich.

      Monte Carlo, Verlag Andre Sauret, 1962.. 4°. Mit zahlreichen teils farbigen Tafeln sowie zwei Originallithographien in Farbe. 211 S., 2 Bl., Orig.-Ganzleinenband mit Orig.-Schutzumschlag und Folienumschlag. Photographien von Izis auf den Vorsatzblättern. - Diese Werk, eine Verwirklichung von Andre Sauret, wurde am 7. Juni 1962 fertiggestellt. Die beiden Originallithographien wurden auf den Pressen von Mourlot Freres gedruckt, der Einband von Draeger Freres.. Schutzumschlag mit geringfügigen Gebrauchsspuren, sonst sehr guter Zustand.

      [Bookseller: erlesenes · Antiquariat und Buchhandlung]
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        Eight Poems

      New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1962. No. 23 of 195 copies, signed by author and artist. With drawings by Robert Andrew Parker, hand-colored by the artist. The text is in Moore's handwriting. 1 vols. 8vo. Original brown boards, brown cloth spine, a fine copy in original labeled board slipcase, complete with the Addendum laid in. One of 195 Copies The third in a set of limited editions published by The Museum of Modern Art under the direction of Monroe Wheeler, formerly co-proprietor of Harrison of Paris.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
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        A History of Greek Philosophy. 6 Bände.

      Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1962-1983,. 4to. Je ca. 550 S. Rote OLwd. m. goldgerprägt. Deckelvign. u. blauem RSchild.. Volume 1: The earlier Presocratics and the Pythogoreans, Volume 2: The Presocratic tradition from Parmenides to Democritus, Volume 3: The fifth-century enlightenment, Volume 4: Plato. The man and his dialogues: earlier period, Volume 5: The later Plato and the Academy, Volume 6: Aristotle. An encounter. Reprint 1983. - Rücken gering fleckig, Kanten etw. bestoßen. 2 kl. Exlibris im Innendeckel. Sauber u. wohlerhalten.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Düwal]
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        Po kom zvonit kolokol [For whom the bell tolls]

      Moscow: Izdatel?stvo inostrannoj literatury, 1962 This publication was not intended for distributionthrough bookstores or libraries. The first translationof the novel into Russian.E. Hemingway was in good graces of Russianauthorities till this novel appeared in 1940. Onereason was some prototypes of heroes wereexecuted in Russia, another reason is Spanishcomminists? leader Dolores Ibárruri. She neverloved this novel and she lived in Moscow at thattime.The first translation of the novel into Russian wasmade in 1941 but it was banned. Hemingway askedhis Russian friend poet Konstantin Simonov if hecould make some changes in the novel or cut somenames in purpose to publish it in Russian. LaterSimonov edited the translation of the first officialRussian edition of the novel and wrote the foreword.It was published only in 1968 with some censorshipcuts. From that time Russian readers had samizdatcopies which were always confiscated byauthorities.Our edition is full, without any cuts.Extremely rare. Not in Libman.We couldn?t trace any copy in OCLC or in Russianmain libraries.

      [Bookseller: Biblionne]
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        Nature Morte a la Bouteille

      Paris: Galerie Louise Leiris,, 1962. Linocut in brown, grey, black and white on Arches wove paper. Image size 64.2 x 52.8 cm. Sheet size: 75.3 x 62.2 cm. Excellent condition. Presented in a handmade goldleaf frame. Edition of 50. Signed lower right by Picasso, numbered lower left.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

      Very Good Viking Press. J Book Condition: Hardcover Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest FIRST EDITION Ken Kesey 1ST PRINTING 1962 Book

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        Something Wicked This Way Comes (Books Into Film, First Edition)

      Simon & Schuster, 1962, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fine, Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine, First Edition, First PrintingMustard cloth over boards, title stamped in black onto top board and spine, top edge stained bright red, 8vo (8-1/8 inches tall), "FIRST PRINTING" stated on copyright page, pp. 317. Volume with heel of spine softened; price-intact DJ with minor crinkles, one spot of soil to rear panel and a touch of light edge wear. DJ noted to be shorter than the book (i.e. volume is 21.2 mm. tall, DJ is uniform @ 20.9 mm. tall) as are all other copies of the first edition we have seen, so assume trimmed to this size by publisher. Credited DJ artwork by Gray Foy. The novel was made into the fine 1983 Disney film Something Wicked This Way Comes, with Bradbury as the screenwriter.

      [Bookseller: Harropian Books]
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        The Middle Passage

      (London): Deutsch. (1962). The first book of nonfiction by the Nobel Prize-winning author, which began a long string of successful and influential writings in social history, particularly with respect to the Caribbean and India, the native lands of the author and his forebears. This book is both a travelogue and an extended essay on the legacy of slavery and the slave trade: "the middle passage" was the name given to the route the slave ships took between Africa and the Caribbean. Inscribed by Naipaul to his publisher, Andre Deutsch: "For Andre/ V.S. Naipaul/ London March 15 1963." This was Naipaul's fifth book overall, and Deutsch had been his publisher for each of them, beginning with The Mystic Masseur, in 1957. Minor bowing to boards; a near fine copy in a good dust jacket, with wear to the edges and folds and with foxing and heavy tape-strengthening on the verso. Someone has written the number "2" at the top of the spine. Now protected in a custom clamshell case. An association copy of the highest order. First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        The Structure of Scientific Revolutions.

      (Chicago and London, University of Chicago Press, 1962). Royal8vo. Orig. printed wrappers. In: "International Encyclopedia of Unified Science", Volume II, Number 2. Top and lower part of spine with a tears and light miscolouring to wrappers. Otherwise a fine and clean copy. (I-VI)VII-XV,172 pp.. First edition of Kuhn's landmark publication - "one of the most influential books in recent intellectual history" - which became an epoch-making event in the history, philosophy, and sociology of scientific knowledge and triggered an ongoing worldwide assessment and reaction in and outside those scholarly communities. "Kuhn's 1962 seminal work, [the present], has become a modern classic [...]. Nearly half a century after Kuhn's shadow hangs over almost every field of intellectual inquiry." (Southgate, God, Humanity and the Cosmos, p. 99).The changes that occur in politics, society and business are often expressed in Kuhnian terms: The terms "paradigm" and "paradigm shift" have become such notorious clichés that they are viewed as effectively without of content, these, however, originates from Kuhn's thesis.Kuhn's central thesis is that scientific 'progress' over the long term shows more a pattern of occasional dramatic and total transformation in our understanding of the world, what he refers to as 'paradigm' shifts, than it does one of steady development within an enduring framework of understading." (Ibid.).This was viewed by postmodern and post-structuralist thinkers as having called into question the enterprise of science by demonstrating that scientific knowledge is dependent on the culture and historical context of scientists rather than on their adherence to a specific, definable method. In this regard Kuhn is considered a precursor to the more radical thinking of Paul Feyerabend.Kuhn's work has also been regarded as distort the separation between scientific and non-scientific enterprises, because it describes the mechanism of scientific progress without call upon any idealized scientific method or scientific terminology that is capable of distinguishing science from non-science. "In his famous book The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, first published in 1962, Kuhn helped destroy the popular image of science according to which science steadily and incrementally progresses toward a true and complete picture of reality. Relying on historical case studies, Kuhn argued that, ruptured by scientific revolutions, scientific development was discontinuous and noncumulative and that scientific activity before and after a revolution was in some ways incommensurable, lacking a common measure. In this way Kuhn not only formed a startling picture of science, but also initiated a new way of doing philosophy of science informed by the history of science.The Structure of Scientific Revolutions opens with the sentence, "History, if viewed as a repository for more than anecdote or chronology, could produce a decisive transformation in the image of science by which we are now possessed" (1970, p. 1). According to that image, science progresses toward truth in a linear fashion, each new theory incorporating the old one as a special case. Scientific progress is due to the scientific method, whereby theories are tested against observations and experiments; those that fail are disconfirmed or get eliminated and those that pass the tests are considered to be confirmed, or at least not yet falsified.The main thesis of Kuhn's book was that development in mature sciences typically goes through two consecutive phases: normal and revolutionary. Normal science is a paradigm-governed activity of puzzle solving. Based on settled consensus of the scientific community, normal scientific activity has little room for novelty that transcends the bounds of the paradigm. A paradigm provides a concrete model (called an "exemplar") for solving problems it has set out. Kuhn called these problems "puzzles" because the paradigm assures the members of the scientific community that with sufficient skill and ingenuity they can be solved within its resources. Thus, in case of failure to solve a puzzle it is the individual scientist, not the paradigm, that is to be blamed. When, however, puzzles resist persistent attempts at solution, they turn into anomalies; and anomalies lead to a crisis when they accumulate. Crisis is marked by a loss of confidence in the paradigm and a search for an alternative one. Rival accounts proliferate, the most fundamental commitments about nature get questioned, and in the end, the scientific community embraces the most promising alternative as the new paradigm. A scientific revolution has occurred. Consequently, a new period of normal science begins, and a similar cycle of normal science-crisis-revolution follows.Scientists working under rival paradigms often talk past each other and experience a breakdown in communication. The switch from one paradigm to another is very much like a conversion experience rather than a rational choice dictated mechanically by scientific methodology. Furthermore, much that has been accepted as true is discarded, making it impossible to say that the new paradigm brings us closer to truth.Not surprisingly, Structure sent shock waves through the philosophical community. Kuhn was accused of robbing science of its rationality and objectivity, turning it into a kind of mob psychology; he was charged with relativism, subjectivism, and outright idealism. Normal science was said to be dangerously dogmatic. The notion of "paradigm" was held to be too vague, lacking a definite meaning."This, however, does not change the fact that it is the most important and influential work in scientific history: it was the most frequently cited work in the period 1976-83 and the Times Literary Supplement labeled it one of "The Hundred Most Influential Books Since the Second World War."

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        Education Automation: Freeing the scholar to return to his studies. A Discourse before the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Campus Planning Committee

      Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Illinois 1962 - First edition. Small quarto. About fine in modestly rubbed else near fine dustwrapper. Nicely Inscribed by the author: "George J. Hasslein with highest regard and long friendship. Buckminster Fuller." Accompanied by a stapled five page (printed rectos only) "introductory brochure" presenting the book. Stapled in the left-hand corner to the brochure is an Autograph Letter Signed from Fuller to Hasslein thanking him for his letters and for his sending his feedback about the book. The letter has some small tears and age-toning. Hasslein was also a professor at Southern Illinois and later became the founding Dean of the College of Architecture and Environmental Design at California Polytechnic. A nice association. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        THE TICKET THAT EXPLODED

      Olympia Press (1962), Paris - Printed green wraps with black lettering. M&M A6. As with Olympia's NAKED LUNCH, 5000 copies of this title, the true first edition of the book present here in its first issue, were printed. This copy INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the title page in 1975 to the publisher of Lord John Press. Small adhesive sticker remnant on the front endpaper. Near Fine, lacking the dustwrapper [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        NAKED LUNCH - TOGETHER WITH THE RARE PROSPECTUS

      Grove Press, New York 1962 - First Printing, one of 3,500 copies. Octavo; black cloth and paper-covered boards, with titles stamped in gilt on spine; black topstain; dustjacket; 255pp, [1]. Fine in a very Near Fine dustjacket, unclipped, with a single tiny tear at base of spine. Together with a Fine example of the publisher's 16pp prospectus. In 1962, Grove Press issued a promotional booklet to accompany the November 20, 1962 American publication of 'Naked Lunch,' a scarce and desirable piece of ephemera. Publisher Barney Rosset printed the prospectus with an obscenity trial in mind, with the entire document reading like a legal argument to establish 'Naked Lunch‘s' literary merit before a courtroom. The pamphlet opens with a short essay by Terry Southern, followed by a critical piece by E.S. Seldon. The remainder of the pamphlet contains an eight page selection from the novel. A terrific piece of ephemera that is rarely offered together with the novel, and one that is essential to understanding the early publication history of 'Naked Lunch,' the establishment of the book’s critical reception, and the novel’s many court battles over the years. To the best of our knowledge, the two essays contained within have not been printed in any other format. A superior copy of this Beat Generation cornerstone, and basis for the bizarre 1991 David Cronenberg film starring Peter Weller, Judy Davis, and Ian Holm. Maynard & Miles A2.b. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Captain Ahab's Rare Books]
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        Enciclopedia bororo.

      Campo Grande, Museu Regional Dom Bosco, 1962, 1969, 1976.. 3 Bände in 4. Bd. I, Vocabularios e Etnografia ; Band II, Lendas e Antroponimos (in zwei Bänden); Band III, Parte I, Textos dos Cantos de Caca e Pesca (mehr nicht erschienen), so vollständig. EA. Mit geschätzt mehr als 1.500 fast ausschließlich fotografischen Abbildungen im Text und auf Tafeln sowie zahlreichen Zeichnungen und Karten (teils zweiseitig). 0.21, (7), 1047 (1) S. (Bd.I) / 0.11, (1), 591 S. (Band II, erster Teil) / 592 - 1269 S., (2) (Band II, zweiter Teil) / (8), 0.1 - 0.9, 277 S. 4°. Dekorative Original-KunstLdr.-Bände mit reichlich Rücken- und Deckel-Goldprägung. Alle 4 Bände in ausgezeichnetem Zustand, fast ohne Gebrauchsspuren, teils minimal stockfleckig im Kopfschnitt.. Echte Schwergewichte, auf Kunstdruckpapier gedruckt, sehr selten vollständig angeboten. Der Teil II des dritten Bandes ist nie erschienen. Der voluminöse zweite Band wurde (sinnvollerweise) in zwei Bände aufgeteilt, wobei der zweite Teil fälschlicherweise sowohl auf dem Rücken als auch auf dem Titel als Vol.III bezeichnet wurde. Das Bororo-Wörterbuch (Band I.) ist mit einer enormen Fülle von Forografien ausgestattet.

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        The Just Exchange

      London: Hutchinson, , 1962. Octavo, Original black boards, titles to spine in silver. With the dust jacket. Some minor spotting to endpapers but an excellent copy in the lightly marked dust jacket. First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author on the title page, "To V. de S. Pinto with every good wish, Stanley Middleton".

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        Regards Sur Paris.

      Editions Andre Sauret, Paris, 1962-1963. Collective portfolio with contributions of several artists that depicted the Parisenne life. This copy is one of 30 exemplars out of commerce, from a total of 180 copies, reserved for the artists that contributed to the edition, printed for Maurice Brianchon. A double page is dedicated to the signatures of all the artists and authors. The portfolio contains: 32 original lithographs by: Chagall, Van Dongen, Braque, Picasso, Dunoyer de Segonzac, Brianchon, Beaudain, Heriot, Carzou, Masson, Villon; accompained the text of: Arnoux, Bauer, Bazin, Billy, Dorgeles, Giono, Heriot, Mac Orlan, Salacrou, Queneau. Each text is signed by the autor and the artist. This Rare edition is in very good condition, in the original case in cloth, decorated on the center with the gold mark of the Arms of the city of Paris. More Pictures on request.

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        Jacqueline Kennedy Autograph Letter as First Lady, incorporating her initials in text, with Cuban Missile Crisis content

      Autograph Letter as First Lady, 1 page, 5â? x 8â?. [The White House, Washington, D.C., November 2, 1962] To Mrs. [Evelyn] Lincoln, President Kennedyâ??s Personal Secretary. Two tiny staple holes in upper left. Not folded. Fine condition. In full, â??Mrs. Lincoln â?? Will you be sure Randolph Churchill is thanked for his telegram to us â?? by JFK. If you donâ??t have his address call Lee [Radziwell, Jackieâ??s sister] â?? here in W.H. [White House] at 12:30.â? Accompanied by a 5â? x 3â? unlined index card upon which is penned in Gregg shorthand the text of JFKâ??s reply to Randolph Churchill. â??Randy Churchillâ? is penned in an unknown hand at the conclusion. Also present is an unsigned carbon, ostensibly of the letter sent by President Kennedy to Randolph Churchill (1911-1968), son of the former British Prime Minister: â??November 2, 1962 Dear Randolph: Many thanks for your wire and your excellent article. You put the issue clearly and in view of the division of opinion that existed there I understand it was most helpful. Sincerely,â? The Kennedy Library does not have a copy of the article sent by Churchill but does have a carbon copy of a letter from JFKâ??s Press Secretary, Pierre Salinger, to Randolph Churchill dated October 31, 1962. A copy of the carbon is present: â??Dear Randolph: I appreciated both your wire and the copy of the article in NEWS OF THE WORLD. Nowhere have I seen the fundamental relationship between Berlin and Cuba exposed with such clarity as in your article. It struck at the very heart of the point which was uppermost in the Presidentâ??s mind. I know how much the President valued your telegram and support during the very difficult week. Best Regards, Pierre Salinger Press Secretary to the Presidentâ? The Cuban Missile Crisis effectively ended on October 28, 1962, when Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev issued a public statement that Soviet missiles would be dismantled and removed from Cuba.

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        Education Automation: Freeing the scholar to return to his studies. A Discourse before the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Campus Planning Committee

      Carbondale, Illinois: Southern Illinois University Press. (1962). First. First edition. Small quarto. About fine in modestly rubbed about near fine dustwrapper. Nicely Inscribed by the author: "George J. Hasslein with highest regard and long friendship. Buckminster Fuller." Accompanied by a stapled five page (printed rectos only) "introductory brochure" presenting the book. Stapled in the left-hand corner to the brochure is an Autograph Letter Signed from Fuller to Hasslein thanking him for his letters and for his sending his feedback about the book. The letter has some small tears and age-toning. Hasslein was also a professor at Southern Illinois and later became the founding Dean of the College of Architecture and Environmental Design at California Polytechnic. A nice association. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Jacqueline Kennedy Autograph Letter as First Lady, incorporating her initials in text, with Cuban Missile Crisis content

      Autograph Letter [?JFK? in her hand] as First Lady, 1 page, 5? x 8?. [The White House, Washington, D.C., November 2, 1962] To Mrs. [Evelyn] Lincoln, President Kennedy?s Personal Secretary. Two tiny staple holes in upper left. Not folded. Fine condition. In full, ?Mrs. Lincoln ?" Will you be sure Randolph Churchill is thanked for his telegram to us ?" by JFK. If you don?t have his address call Lee [Radziwell, Jackie?s sister] ?" here in W.H. [White House] at 12:30.? Accompanied by a 5? x 3? unlined index card upon which is penned in Gregg shorthand the text of JFK?s reply to Randolph Churchill. ?Randy Churchill? is penned in an unknown hand at the conclusion. Also present is an unsigned carbon, ostensibly of the letter sent by President Kennedy to Randolph Churchill (1911-1968), son of the former British Prime Minister: ?November 2, 1962 Dear Randolph: Many thanks for your wire and your excellent article. You put the issue clearly and in view of the division of opinion that existed there I understand it was most helpful. Sincerely,? The Kennedy Library does not have a copy of the article sent by Churchill but does have a carbon copy of a letter from JFK?s Press Secretary, Pierre Salinger, to Randolph Churchill dated October 31, 1962. A copy of the carbon is present: ?Dear Randolph: I appreciated both your wire and the copy of the article in NEWS OF THE WORLD. Nowhere have I seen the fundamental relationship between Berlin and Cuba exposed with such clarity as in your article. It struck at the very heart of the point which was uppermost in the President?s mind. I know how much the President valued your telegram and support during the very difficult week. Best Regards, Pierre Salinger Press Secretary to the President? The Cuban Missile Crisis effectively ended on October 28, 1962, when Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev issued a public statement that Soviet missiles would be dismantled and removed from Cuba.

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        Five Boyhoods: Howard Lindsay, Harry Golden, Walt Kelly, William K. Zinsser, and John Updike

      Doubleday & Company, New York 1962 - First edition. Illustrated. Fine in near fine dustwrapper with light general wear and a short tear. A portrait of five writers who grew up in the early part of the 20th Century. This copy Inscribed by two of the subjects, Howard Lindsay and Walt Kelly, to the editor Martin Levin, with appropriate sentiments: "Apr. 27, 1962. Martin -- all you need for a good basketball team is a referee. Thanks & Best, Walt Kelly" and "To Martin. Gratefully, Howard Lindsay." A nice association. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Points of My Compass Letters from the East, the West, the North, the South

      Harper & Row, 1962. First edition, as stated. Hardcover. Very Good +/very good. Signed and inscribed on first endpaper by the author: "Maybelle and Fred, Merry Christmas, Andy" EB White, N. Brooklin (White's friends called him "Andy"). Book is clear and tight with possibly some light yellowing to contents. There is light bumping to corners and spine. The dust jacket is not price clipped. There is a small piece missing at the base of the spine,some rubbing and chipping and the spine is lightly faded and the back jacket cover has some discoloration. It is now in a protective jacket.

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        Naked Lunch

      New York: Grove Press, 1962. First American edition. 255 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Half black cloth over black boards, top edge black. Fine copy in near fine price-clipped dust-jacket. Inscribed on the title-page, "For Bob Wilson all the best at Thanksgiving William S. Burroughs Nov 23, 1974."

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        AFFEN UND ALPHABETE

      [Stuttgart: Manus Press, 1962].. Folio (45 x 33.5 cm). Accordion-fold sheets laid into pictorial stiff wrappers. Spine label a bit frayed along the edges, some slipcase rubbing along the extreme edges of the wrappers, otherwise near fine in publisher's pictorial slipcase. First edition of this ambitious undertaking by one of the foremost German woodcut artists of the post-WWII era. This work is comprised of sixteen original woodcuts of stylized apes printed in black (and one in black and red), juxtaposed with typographical experiments. From a total edition of three hundred numbered copies, this is one of sixty deluxe copies with the woodcuts signed in pencil by the artist, and with a separate special printing on Japanese paper of the woodcut for the upper wrapper, signed by the artist in the margin.

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        [High School Yearbook]: Old Gold Book

      Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas: Hot Springs High School. 1962-1964. First. First and only editions. Three volumes. Folios. Some modest wear, student inscriptions, and dampstain to two page of one volume (1963), mostly fine in custom cloth clamshell case. All three of Bill Clinton's High School yearbooks (he attended a junior high school which went through 9th grade). As one might imagine, "Billy" Clinton (as he is called) is all over the books. In his first year there are about half a dozen photos. The next year about ten and by Senior year there are nearly 20 different photographs of him, including the famous photo of him shaking hands with J.F.K. at Boys' Nation, as well as first chair saxophone in the All-State band, and in various other clubs and honor societies. Mercifully, these yearbooks have an index to students, but we have found some instances where they have failed to note his appearance in the index. Although a relatively large school -- approximately 350 students in Clinton's class, it would be difficult to assemble another set today. .

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        Gus Was A Friendly Ghost.

      William Morrow and Co. New York 1962 - First Edition. Illustrated by Seymour Fleishman. Beloved story of Gus the ghost and how he came to make friends. Very Good plus with rubbing to spine ends, very light soiling to bottom edge of front panel and gift inscription on front free endpaper, in Very Good plus price clipped dustjacket with mild soiling to rear panel, closed tear to top edge of rear panel, shallow top spine end chipping, rubbing to corners of front panel. Very Scarce in Dustjacket. 0.0 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Clockwork Orange

      London: Heinemann,, 1962. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in black morocco with a filmic morocco onlay showing Alex's bowler-hatted gulliver, titles to spine and front board in orange, single orange rule to turn-ins, orange coated endpapers, black edges. A fine copy. First edition, first impression.

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