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        Pilgrim At Sea [Signed / Ingraverat] [Pilgrim på havet]

      London: Chatto & Windus, 1964. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good/very good. A Very Good copy of the First UK edition, first printing (spine ends gently pushed, lower front corner bent, lower rear corner bumped) in a Very Good dust jacket (light toning to the spine and to each panel's upper edge, short tear where the rear panel meets the spine head, common handling soil), SIGNED BY PAR LAGERKVIST on the title page as follows: "from Par Lagerkvist"; a continuation of an allegorical tale by the great Swedish poet, playwright, novelist, and essayist attempting to polarize the Christian ethos and modern attitudes (being a sequel to "The Death of Ahasuerus" and being the fourth and planned final installment of Lagerkvist's tetralogy consisting of "Barabbas", "The Sybil", "The Death of Ahasuerus", and "Pilgrim at Sea" -- Lagerkvist's "The Holy Land" turned out to be a fifth installment in the allegory). Elected in 1940 as one of the 18 "Immortals" of the Swedish Academy, Lagerkvist was as highly influential writer from his twenties into his seventies, and was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1951 "for the artistic vigour and true independence of mind with which he endeavors in his poetry to find answers to the eternal questions confronting mankind". Signed copies of Lagerkvist's works are quite scarce and, beyond our shelves, signed copies in English translation are especially so. This copy belonged to actor and decorated WWII Navy Veteran Douglas Fairbanks whose bookplate resides on the front pastedown. A Very Good copy in a Very Good dust jacket and with an excellent Provenance, SIGNED BY PAR LAGERKVIST. QUITE SCARCE.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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        A Letter From John Steinbeck Explaining Why He Could Not Write An Introduction For This Book.

      n.p. (NY), Random House, 1964 - n.p. (NY), Random House, 1964, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. A separate printing of this non-introduction that was in fact used as an introduction to a book by Ted Patrick entitled The Thinking Dog's Man, Steinbeck and Patrick were well-acquainted as he was the editor of "Holiday" magazine which often published Steinbeck, this promotional item is extremely scarce and seldom comes on the market, Goldstone & Payne A41a, Morrow 270. Vertical crease throughout, else fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: James M. Dourgarian, Bookman ABAA]
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        If Morning Ever Comes

      New York: Knopf, 1964. First edition. Hardcover. Hardcover. First edition. A fine book in a fine dust jacket. Tiny bit of wear at foot of the jacket. An outstanding copy of the author's first and uncommon book. A bookplate signed by the author is laid into the book. Signed b the author.

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        The Woman in White

      New York: The Heritage Press,, 1964. With an introduction by Vincent Starrett. Illustrated by Leonard Rosoman. Octavo (248 × 165 mm). Finely bound by Maurin in red morocco, titles and decoration to spine, raised bands, twin rule to boards, inner dentelles, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. With colour lithographs. A fine copy. A handsomely bound copy first published in 1860.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Chitty Chitty Bang Bang The Magical Car

      London: Jonathan Cape, , 1964–5. Adventure Number One, Two and Three. 3 vols. Octavo. Original illustrated boards, titles to front covers and spines in black, pictorial endpapers. With the dust jackets. Illustrated throughout by John Burningham. Spines lightly bumped otherwise an excellent, bright set, one small closed tear to dust jackets of volume one & two. First editions, first impressions.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. The Magical Car

      London: Jonathan Cape. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. FIRST EDITION of all three parts of Fleming's classic children's novel. Illustrated throughout in both black and white and color by John Burningham. An outstanding set. "Fleming's only important novel for children, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1964), illustrated by John Burningham, won the Young Reader's Choice Award (1967) and was adapted in 1968 as a popularly acclaimed film by Roald Dahl. Based in part on Fleming's memory of a custom-built racing car that gained local fame in Canterbury in 1921, Fleming's novel presents the screwball adventures of Commander Pott and his family, especially the Potts's magic automobile that can fly and sail. Both the novel and movie were critical successes from the first and continue to attract a wide audience" (The Continuum Encyclopedia of Children's Literature). London: Jonathan Cape, 1964-65. Octavo, original pictorial boards, original dust jacket. Three volumes. Books fine with a few spots of foxing to volume two; a few tiny, nearly invisible tape repairs to jacket versos, volume two dust jacket price-clipped (as often). Overall a beautiful set, scarce in this condition.

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        Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. The Magical Car - Adventures 1,2 and 3

      London, Jonathan Cape Ltd. 1964., 1964. 3 vol. boxed set. First Editions, slim 8vo. Half bound in recent dark green morocco leather with matching cloth boards. Titles and subtle decorations in gilt to spines with original boards and spine bound in to rear of each edition, rich cream endpapers. Excellent, eyecatching illustrations throughout, all by John Burningham. A very handsome, fine set. A classic adventure story featuring a high-spirited family and their magical car. Basis for the Oscar-nominated film musical scripted by Roald Dahl. Gilbert A17a (1), A17a (4), A17a (6).

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        Prints From the Mourlot Press

      Paris: Mourlot Press, 1964. First edition. Stiff Wraps. Orig. Illustrated stiff wrappers (original color lithograph by Chagall). Very good. /No Dust Jacket. 64 pages in text. 25 x 19.5 cm. Nineteen original lithographs, fifteen in color. Limited edition, one of 2000. Preface by Jean Adhemar. Original lithographs by Chagall, Picasso, Miro, Braque, Matisse, Cocteau, Calder, Giacometti, Minaux et al -- all are full page. Interior contents fresh and clean, blank back cover with spots, age toning, three minor toning imperfections front cover.

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        The Defense of Gracchus Babeuf Before the High Court of Vendome

      Northampton: The Gehenna Press, 1964. Limited edition. Hardcover. Fine. Thomas Cornell. Folio (8½ by 13 inches). Edited and translated and with an Essay on Babeuf by John Anthony Scott. With twenty-one Etched Portraits by Thomas Cornell. One of 300 copies signed by the publisher, Leonard Baskin, this being number 128. Finely printed by Baskin at the Gehenna press on Nideggen paper. 21 etched portraits by Thomas Cornell, including 20 signed plates on blue paper by Fabriano, and the unsigned frontispiece. In loose sheets, as issued. Uncut. In a full morocco portfolio, gilt titles. Housed in a quarter morocco clamshell case, gilt spine titles. A fine copy; the clamshell case has a trace of wear else is fine as well.

      [Bookseller: Thorn Books]
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        La Pendule Francaise Des Origines A Nos Jours [Three Volume Set in Slipcase]

      Tardy, Paris, 1964. Third Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition. Size: 4to. 3-volume set (complete). Text is in French. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Three volumes in French. Color illustrated wraps, Ire Partie De l'Horloge Gothique a la Pendule Louis XV(1967); 2eme Partie Du Louis XVI a nos jours(1969); 3me Partie Provinces et Etranger(1964); extensively illustrated with over 1000 b & w photographs, a few color plates, Index at end of Vol. III. Volume I includes Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Louis XIV, Regency & Louis XV clocks all made in Paris; Volume II covers Louis XVI, Directoire, Empire, Charles X, Louis-Philippe & Napolean III clocks made in Paris; Volume III includes French provincial clocks & clocks made in Germany, England, Belgium, China, Denmark, Spain, USA, Japan, Bas Country, Sweden, Switzerland, Czechoslovakia and Turkey. Light toning around perimeter of wraps Vol. I & II, Volume II bumped at spine ends, Volume III top corner of wraps bumped/creased, approximately first 40-50 pages have small crease at top corner. In a slipcase which is in Good condition only, soiled, toned/discolored, slit at top and bottom edges of opening. This is a SET of books and will require extra shipping charges Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 10 lbs 0 oz. Category: Antiques & Collectibles; French Language; Art & Design. Inventory No: 009565. .

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        The Broken Ground

      Harcourt, Brace and World, 1964. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Veryu Good. Signed. SIGNED and dated ("10/29/12") by Wendell Berry on the title page. The volume is lightly bumped at the spine ends and corners. The unclipped dust jacket is age toned, nicked at the spine ends and corners, and lightly abraided on the folds. The jacket is now protected in mylar. Stated "first edition" on the copyright page.

      [Bookseller: Trilby & Co. Books]
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        Manuscript for "Marquis de Sade" (Published as "Satan's Saint: A Novel About the Marquis de Sade")

      N.p. [Los Angeles?], N.d. [ca 1964]. Bound typescript (carbon) on onionskin, bound between red card wrappers; xxiv, 453pp. Number 6 of 10 copies (so stated on typed limitation statement on title page). Mild aging and wear; Very Good to Near Fine. & & Hand-bound manuscript, apparently produced for private circulation. There are no corrections to the text, but the manuscript differs substantially from the published version of the work (issued by Crown Publishers in 1965), including a lengthy, scatological, epistolary Preface (addressed to "Paula") not present in the published version. Other differences may be summed up in the novel's first sentence, which in the manuscript version reads: "Nothing should have been further from the thoughts of Sade than this ugly word shit, that no matter how spelled was eventually to occupy such a prominent place in certain of his books..." In the published version the same sentence has been altered thus: "Nothing should have been further from the thoughts of the Marquis de Sade than those nightmarish scenes of sexual violence and corruption with which he was eventually to pepper his novels..." And so on, throughout, with the text consistently bowdlerized for public consumption. A copy of the published book (Crown: 1965) is included for comparison.& & Endore (1900-1970) enjoyed a long and prolific career in Hollywood as a writer of both fiction and screenplays, though like most writers on the Left he sat out much of the Fifties and Sixties as a result of Hollywood blacklisting (during this period he wrote mostly under the pseudonym "Harry Reis"). His 1934 novel Babouk, a radical account of the Santo Domingo slave uprising, is listed in Rideout, but Endore (though a lifelong Communist sympathizer and occasional Party member) always maintained an ambivalent attitude toward political themes in his writing. By his own estimation, most of his literary output catered to commercial tastes, and he is best remembered for his bestselling 1933 horror novel The Werewolf of Paris, which was adapted twice for the movies.

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        [The Country Girls Trilogy, comprising] The Country Girls; The Lonely Girl, [and] Girls in their Married Bliss

      London: Hutchinson / Jonathan Cape [through 1964], 1960. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine-/Near Fine+. Three First Impressions. 8vo's: 224; 254; 190pp. Country Girls (Hutchinson, 1960): Publisher's black cloth, spine titled in gilt within sky-blue title block; price-clipped dust jacket illustrated by Jillian Willett. About Fine, with lightly spotted top edge and neat ownership inscription to front fly leaf, in Near Fine or better jacket with minor foxing to base of back panel and flap folds. The Lonely Girl (Cape, 1962): Publisher's mauve cloth, spine stamped gilt, price-clipped dust jacket illustrated by Hofbauer. Fine, but for neat gift inscription to front fly leaf, in about Fine jacket with small stains to back panel. Girls in their Married Bliss (Cape, 1964): Publisher's French blue cloth, spine stamped gilt, top edge stained black, illustrated dust jacket by David Fawcett, priced 18s. About Fine (covers slighted bowed), in just about Fine jacket, spine panel very lightly rubbed and dust-soiled. In all, a handsome, collectible set. & O'Brien's momentous debut, banned in Ireland because of sexual content, "charts the progress of two young Irish girls, Kate and Baba, as they escape their rural home place for the relative cosmopolitanism of Dublin. It is no accident that, in the first novel, a turning point in Kate's development is marked by her acquisition of a copy of Joyce's Dubliners [Joyce was hugely influential in O'Brien's writing life, and in 1999 she wrote a biography of him ]. . . . When asked late in his life if he would ever return to Ireland, Joyce gave the famously enigmatic reply, 'Have I ever left it?', and Edna O'Brien's relationship with her home country is complicated in ways that are similarly fraught and complex." (The Literary Encyclopedia) Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        Reminiscences: General of the Army (SIGNED by General Douglas MacArthur)

      New York: McGraw-Hill, 1964 Hardcover Limited First Edition, #1145 of 1750 copies SIGNED by General Douglas MacArthur, in Near Fine printed slipcase, an unmarked unbumped pristine copy of the scarce signed First Edition - this is NOT a facsimile signature but is the actual signature of the (then) very-much alive General MacArthur. This first Special Limited Edition is not to be confused with the later 1000-copy edition published after his death with his wife Jean's signature and a facsimile of the general's autograph; 8vo; viii + 438pp indexed & illus. Signed by Author. First Edition / Limited. Hard Cover. Fine.

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        Up The Down Staircase

      Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall Inc., 1964. First edition. Octavo, original cloth. Near fine in a very good dust jacket with light shelfwear. Warmly inscribed by the author. Uncommon signed and inscribed.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        Call It Sleep

      San Francisco: Arion Press. Hardcover. Fine. BEAUTIFUL SIGNED LIMITED EDITION from the Arion Press. Number 182 out 300 numbered copies (out of a total edition of 326), signed by Roth. Illustrated with 48 photographs of New York City in the period of the novel. At the time it was written, "Few publishers expressed interest in Call It Sleep because its moody undertones and true-to-life depictions of social and family conflicts were thought to be unmarketable to the nation's readers, who were struggling with the depression." It took decades until a critic wrote of it favorably enough to bring it to the public's attention again, when in 1964 Irving Howe published a review on the front page of the New York Times Book Review, making it a national bestseller. "For its combination of realistic detail, psychological symbolism, and modernist techniques, [Call It Sleep] marks an important transition in Jewish-American literature from the works of early immigrant writers such as Abraham Cahan and Anzia Yezierska to later modern voices such as Saul Bellow and Philip Roth" (American National Biography). San Francisco: Arion Press, 1995. Quarto, green half morocco, original decorated cloth, original decorated slipcase. A fine copy.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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      New York: Viking Press, 1964.. First edition of the author's second of three National Book Award winning novels, which was and remains an unprecedented literary accomplishment. Octavo, original blue cloth. The topstain slightly spotted, an excellent copy in a fine dust jacket with the spine panel white. Inscribed by the author: "For Connie Houghton/ with thanks for many/ favors/ Saul Bellow". A warm inscription.

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        The Simulacra

      New York. Ace Books. 1964. Pictorial wrappers. 16mo. First Issue. Paperback Original ( 1st published as Paperback). Signed boldly in blue ink by Dick to Title Page. Dick's novel depicting a future Totalitarian, Matriarchal society,exploring themes of reality and illusion. Some general wear. A Very Good,crisp copy.

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        Killer in the Rain.

      Houghton Mifflin, Boston 1964 - A Fine tight unread copy in a Near Fine unclipped dust jacket with light wear to extremities. This collection of Chandler's short storeis contains: Killer in the Rain, The Man Who Like Dogs, The Curtain, Try the Girl, Mandarin's Jade, Bay City Blues, The Lady in the Lake, and No Crime in the Mountains. Catalog Roast

      [Bookseller: Gregor Rare Books, ABAA]
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      New York: Fleet Publishing Corporation, (1964.) . First printing. . Good only in a good dustjacket (bumped at several corners, also bumped and dented at bottom center of front cover - hard enough to have created a short split in the board; jacket is price-clipped and has several ragged tears and associated creasing along the bottom edge of the front panel, along with internal tape repairs. . SIGNED by the book's subject with his birth name, "Cassius Clay" -- a rare signature and especially so in this rather hard-to-find book, the first published biography of the great heavyweight champion. Issued later in the same year in which Clay took the heavyweight crown away from Sonny Liston (in their February 1964 bout), the book includes an account of the turbulent months that followed -- including the new champ's relationship with Malcolm X and his conversion to Islam, the controversy over his draft status, his much-publicized trip to Africa, and his suspension by the World Boxing Association (in effect as the book ends), which delayed his rematch with Liston until May 1965. Illustrated with photographs. Includes his professional boxing record. 116 pp.

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        Funeral in Berlin

      London: Jonathan Cape 1964, 1st Edition. () 319,[1]pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. Small Ocatvo in original stamped black cloth, with blue stamped decoration on front and gilt lettering on spine. Decorative black endpapers. Possible signature of previous owner in ink on title page (possibly reads RM Pach). Dust jacket has a little bit of creasing on the back and spine. A cold war espionage thriller that was made into a movie in 1966 starring Michael Caine and directed by Guy Hamilton. The plot of the book was later used in an episode of the 1973 TV series, Jason King. A very rare copy as it's been inscribed by the author on title page. Inscription reads, "For Barry Zeman(?) with all my best wishes, Len Deighton". Series: Secret File No. 3..

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        Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

      Knopf 1964 - First Edition, First Printing, with 6 lines of printing and binding information in the colophon, or last page of text. Later printings have 4 and 5 lines. This attractive dustjacket has light wear to the spine and edges. Otherwise, this original dustjacket has the $3.95 price present and the colors are still vibrant. The book is tight, and the pages are clean with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a lovely copy of this this true first edition with the original dustjacket. We buy Dahl First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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      New York, Knopf, 1964.. FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING 1964 (published 3 years before the first U.K. edition), 8vo, 240 x 160 mm, 9½ x 6¼ inches, deep red cloth, gilt lettered spine, title embossed on upper cover, mustard endpapers, top edges chocolate brown, pages 162 plus 2 (colophon). Black and white illustrations by Joseph Schindelmann. No inscriptions, near Fine in very good DUSTWRAPPER (dw: not price clipped ($3.95), very slightly darkened along upper and lower edges and spine, short dark line at upper corner of upper cover, a few tiny closed edge tears, 5 x 2 mm chip at head of spine (¼" x 1/8"), two 2 mm chips to lower edge of lower panel). All correct points for a first issue with six lines of printing and binding information on the last page as required and dustjacket without isbn number. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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        Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1964. First Edition, [First State]. Hardback. Very Good/Very Good: A very tidy example, in a tidy dust jacket. All notable faults: Minor lean, minor fading of the lettering on the spine and small previous owner&#39;s label on the front endpaper. Dust jacket conservation: Minor professional restoration to the corners and one closed tear, carried out by an Accredited member of the Society of Archivists. 18645. <b> Bibliographical Details: </b> First Edition, [First State].

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        Hommage a Georges Braque. Derriere le Miroir Numbers 144-146

      Paris: Maeght. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Fine. LIMITED FIRST EDITION, WITH ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHS BY PICASSO (DOUBLE PAGE), MIRÓ, AND GOUACHE FRONTISPIECE ETCHING BY BRAQUE ("Trois Oiseaux sur Fond Violet"). One of only 350 copies on Vélin De Rives. Also with lithographs by Pallut., Tal-Coat, and Ubac, and numerous portrait photographs of Braque by Man Ray, Brassai, Routhier, and Lachaud. Paris: Maeght, 1964. Folio, lithographed wrappers; board chemise and slipcase. Spine of chemise and wrappers somewhat sunned, otherwise a fine copy.

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        Le pont de Londres.

      Gallimard 1964 - - Gallimard, Paris _1964, 15x21,5cm, broché. - Edition originale, un des 106 exemplaires numérotés sur pur fil, seuls grands papiers après 41 Hollande. Infimes traces d'insolation sans aucune gravité en tête et en pied du dos, agréable exemplaire. . La Librairie Le Feu Follet offre aux clients AbeBooks 10% de réduction ainsi que les frais de port vers la France métropolitaine sur l'ensemble de son catalogue. Prix d'origine : 2070 EUR. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Late Breakfasters

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd.,, 1964. Octavo. Original red boards, titles to spine in gold. With the supplied dust jacket. Contents a little browned, spine slightly faded but an excellent copy. First edition, first impression. With the author&#39;s signed presentation inscription to the front free endpaper, "With all good wishes Robert Aickman June 1967".

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      New York: George Braziller, 1964 First American Edition Inscribed and Signed by Jean-Paul Sartre on the title-page in blue ballpoint: &#39;A John P. James, Jr. trés cordialement [signed] Sartre, 18 Oct. 69&#39;. 8vo. 255 pp. A near fine copy in black cloth, white titles to the spine, rose topstain, (John P. James, Jr&#39;s neat bookplate on the front pastedown), in a bright, fresh, price-clipped dustwrapper. Translated from the French by Bernard Frechtman. A brilliant autobiography that is often compared with, Rousseau&#39;s, Confessions. Housed in an elegant custom clamshell case, black cloth over marbled paper, red morocco spine label with gilt titles.. Signed by Author. First Edition.

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        Why We Can&#39;t Wait

      New York: Signet, The New American Library,, 1964. Octavo. Original white wrappers printed in black and yellow. A fine copy. First edition, first printing, paperback issue. Inscribed by the author on the verso of the upper wrapper, "To Peter Haining, with best wishes, Martin Luther King". The recipient, Peter Haining (1940&#150;2007), was a British journalist, author, and anthologist. Why We Can&#39;t Wait was based on King&#39;s 1963 Letter From Birmingham Jail. It laid out the reasons for the remarkable uprising of the Civil Rights Movement in that year, contemplated the powerful nature of non-violent resistance, outlined the direction that the movement should take in the future, and argued that African Americans must not wait for freedom but take it themselves. A beautiful copy of this delicate publication.

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        The Spy Who Came in from the Cold

      Coward-Mccann, Inc, 1/1/1964. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good. Signed. SIGNED (and dated 14 Sep.&#39;95) by John Le Carre on the title page. Near fine volume having only a trace of edgewear in a price clipped dust jacket lightly chipped at the spine ends and corners. The jacket also has an irregular 1" closed tear on the rear panel, a small scrape on the rear spine fold, and two rubbed spots on the front panel (on the "M" and "E" in the word came). The jacket is now protected in mylar.

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        Their Trade is Treachery

      London: Prepared for Her Majesty&#39;s Government by the Central Office of Information,, 1964. Octavo. Original; colour-printed card wraps. 16 plates. A little rubbed, some internal cracking to the binding, but overall very good. First edition, issued "For Official Use Only" and extremely uncommon, COPAC listing BL and LSE only, OCLC adding copies at Georgetown, the University of Calgary, and Nanyang Technical University. In the wake of the Profumo Affair the COI "produced a lively booklet &#133; as part of their educational campaign to improve the awareness of middle and lower grade officials and members of the Armed Forces of their responsibilities in regard of security matters" (Gladden, Civil Services of the United Kingdom: 1885-1970, p166). Includes accounts of notorious cases, tricks of the trade, and helpful advice, "Spies are with us all the time. They are interested in everything, defence secrets, scientific secrets, political decisions, economic facts, even people&#39;s characters in order to recruit more spies" (Preface). This copy with the ink-stamps of H.Q. A.P.I.S. [Army Photographic Intelligence Section] to both wraps, dated 14 August 1964.

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        Mark Tobey: The World of a Market

      Seattle: University of Washington Press, [1964]. Limited Edition. Leather Bound. Quarto. 64pp of plates. With an introduction by Tobey. Original full black aniline leather, Tobey&#39;s signature stamped in gilt on upper cover; spine lettered in gilt. Spine (though not gilt) a bit faded, else Fine in a paper covered slipcase, his illustration title "E Pluribus Unum" reproduced and inset on the cover of the slipcase, title in gilt. // This is number 70 of one hundred copies specially prepared by the University of Washington Press, accompanied by an original signed and numbered lithograph. Image or additional images available upon request

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        A Pictorial Guide to the Lakeland Fells, Book Six, The North Western Fells: Being an Illustrated Account of a Study and Exploration of the Mountains in the English Lake District [Pictorial Guide Series Number Six]

      Kendal: Westmorland Gazette, 1964. First Edition, [First Printing]. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good: A particularly tidy copy, in a particularly tidy dust jacket. All notable faults: Book has a few spots on the page ends. Pictorial dust jacket has minor wear at the head and foot of the spine, some light surface dirt and feint stain at the foot of the spine. 9079. <b> Bibliographical Details: </b> First Edition, [First Printing] [[Burke 06]].

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        Une ravissante idiote [The Ravishing Idiot] (Original French Film Poster)

      Seven Arts Pictures, 1964. Original French "affiche" poster the 1964 film comedy, "Une ravissante idiote " (released in the US and UK as "The Ravishing Idiot"), based on the novel by Charles Exbrayat and starring Brigitte Bardot and Anthony Perkins. Near Fine condition, 47 x 63 inches, on linen.

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        Funeral in Berlin

      Cape, London 1964. First Edition. Hardback. Fine/Near Fine. First Edition First issue, INSCRIBED AND SIGNED by author "for Clive Hirschhorn, with warmest good wishes from Len Deighton"& A Fine copy in the original black boards, DJ has a thin damp stain along length of lower cover at both head and foot. Not clipped, no inscriptions. In a plastic protector

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        Obra Poetica 1923-1964

      Buenos Aires: Emece Editores, 1964. Black and red lettered grey-green wraps. Signed by the author in his scrawl on the title page. 280 pp. Very nice copy with edgewear only. Signed By the Author. 1st Edition. Wraps. Near Fine. Small 8vo.

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        77 DREAM SONGS

      New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, (1964). First Edition. cloth. Cloth a bit faded and lightly spotted. Dustwrapper soiled with small chips at the spine tips. Very Good in a Very Good dustwrapper. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by Berryman with what amounts to a short letter: "To Anne/and to Chis--if, as Kate & I/hope without knowing anything really/about it, you have got together/again. We were bitterly sorry to/hear--from William, not in the least/as gossip--of your separation./Whatever is happening or does,let/me wish you a restoration of the/happiness I so admired in you on/Mr. Frost's last summer./Affectionately/John/The Abbott Hospital/Minneapolis 3,Minn./22 April '64." The book was published in April 1964 and awarded the Pulitzer Prize in May 1965. The recipients--Anne and Chis--are both referred to in Dream Song 38, contained in this volume, a poem about Robert Frost's death. The Abbott Hospital was a place of refuge for Berryman when overwhelmed by his alcoholism. "In hospitals he found his society," Saul Bellow wrote in his introduction to RECOVERY, Berryman's only novel. "University colleagues were often more philistine, less tolerant of poets than were alcoholics or suicidal girls."

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Nothing Personal

      [Harmondsworth]: Penguin Books, 1964. Small splits at the spine head, else close to near fine in silver and black embossed laminated white boards, housed in the matching slipcase with a split to the top edge that has been archivally repaired, and a chip to the paper on the spine, taking out a few letters in "Avedon".. First U.K. Edition. Quarto in slipcase. A fabulous association copy, INSCRIBED by Avedon to Ringo Starr: "For / Ringo / with / gratitude / Dick Avedon." Text by Avedon&#39;s high-school friend, James Baldwin. A brooding, gloomy look at America during the Mad Men era, with a jarring juxtaposition of American Nazis and Allen Ginsberg side by side, a demonic picture of President Eisenhower, and a stoned, pouty Marilyn Monroe next to Dorothy Parker, her teeth blackened by dark lipstick. Shot in a luscious charcoal gravure that only adds to the foreboding. (Parr / Badger, v1, 252).

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        Manuel bibliographique des sciences psychiques ou occultes [Complete in 3 vols]

      Nieuwkoop : B. De Graff, 1964. Fine Facsimile Reprint - Limited edition of 300 copies. Physical description. : 3 v. ; 20 cm. Notes: Reimpression of L. Dorbon, Paris 1912, ed. Dates of available copies: 1912. Contents: v.1. A-D - v.2. E-L - v.3. M-Z. Summary: "Reunion de plusieurs bibliographies partielles et de catalogues, celebres mais peu communs, fondus en un seul corps aussi homogene que possible." --Pref. Limited edition of 300 copies. Subject: Occultism - Bibliography. Language: French Near fine copy in the original gilt-blocked green cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Provenance: From the library of L. P. Coomer with personalized bookplate to front pastedown. Additional scans available upon request.

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      Caxton Printers, Ltd., Caldwell ID 1964 - Brown cloth binding with darker brown lettering to front cover and spine. Map endpapers. 348 pages. All photo illustrations and travel maps present. Ex-library: rubber stamp on each endpaper; small number written at top and lower edges of copyright page; two short tape marks and pocket residue on rear free endpaper. Top page edges (as seen when book is closed) foxed. Lower edge lightly soiled. Pages clean and tight. Two short tape shadows on front cover, two short bits of old clear tape on rear cover. Binding otherwise clean, tight and unworn. Illustrated jacket shows just the faintest trace of wear at tail of spine and lower edge of front panel - scarcely visible. Jacket is extremely clean and bright. (Photos on request.) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Warren Berry]
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