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         A Dialogue With Solitude

      New York: Community Press, 1965. Hint of shelf wear, else crisp and fine in a bright near fine jacket, very lightly worn at the edges and extremities.. First Edition. Quarto. Heath's first and only major monograph, rescued from the scrap heap of obscurity by Michael Torosian's brilliant reissue in 2000. Prior to the resurrection, Dialogue was one of the greatest unknown American photobooks, and Heath, while revered amongst photographers for his emotional and technical brilliance, had yet to become widely collected. The bridge in American photography between Robert Frank and Larry Clark; one of the most gripping American photobooks ever published. (Parr / Badger, v2, 104; Auer 444).

      [Bookseller: Harper's Books, Inc.]
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         THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN

      London: Jonathan Cape. 1965 - First edition, first printing, first state binding. Original black Linson cloth with gilt stamped gun to the upper board and titles in gilt to the spine, in dustwrapper. An excellent near fine copy, the binding clean with a slight lean and the corners sharp, the gilt is brilliant and without the oxidisation often seen. The contents are entirely complete and without previous owner’s inscriptions or stamps. There are two tiny foxing spots to the vertical edge of the text block otherwise the pages are clean throughout. Complete with the lovely fine original dustwrapper. Not price-clipped (18s net to the front flap). A superb example of the scarcest Bond title to obtain first impression. Of the 82,000 copies of the first edition printed only the first 940 copies were issued in this golden gun binding. Nearly the entire 940 copies were shipped to South Africa, Australia and New Zealand in advance of publication, which means the majority of copies suffer heavy foxing, oxidisation of the golden gun and general climate related condition issues. This copy has escaped all of those. [Gilbert A13a (1.1 First impression, first issue, first state.)]. 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]

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         Ariel

      London: Faber and Faber,, 1965. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Spine gently rolled. An excellent, fresh copy in a dust jacket with two tiny splits at head of faintly toned spine panel. First edition, first impression. Plath's most enduring poetry book, published two years after her suicide, edited by Ted Hughes and with an introduction by Robert Lowell. Plath believed her Ariel poems to be the best she had ever produced, "announcing to her mother that 'they will make my name'" (ODNB).

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         Fox In Socks

      New York: Random House,, 1965. Octavo. Original pictorial paper-covered boards, titles to spine and front board in grey and red, pictorial endpapers. With the dust jacket. Illustrated throughout by the author. Spine lightly toned and very slightly rolled, a small mark on p. 13. An excellent copy in the slightly creased jacket, a few nicks to head of spine panel. First edition, first printing, with all the points of first issue, as per Younger and Hirsch.

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         Typescript of "Faith of Our Fathers"

      , ca. 1965. ca. 1965. The first draft typescript of Dick's story "Faith of Our Fathers," published in 1967 in the collection Dangerous Visions, edited by Harlan Ellison. 39 pages, on onion skin paper, with Dick's holograph corrections throughout. Together with both the manuscript page and the carbon of page 43, representing the final page of Dick's second draft (which was longer than the first draft after emendations). Nearly 100 changes evident in Dick's hand, plus his handwritten insertion of the title after the typing. Dick would change the ending once again prior to publication. This manuscript, and the additional sheets, were given to Ray Nelson by Dick during their collaboration on The Ganymede Takeover in 1966. In 1986, Nelson gave the pages to Dick's widow, Anne Dick. That mailing envelope is included. Several years later, Anne Dick gifted the manuscript to PKD scholar Sam Umland, from whom it came to us. Anne Dick's autograph note signed to Umland is included. All items, except the mailing envelope from Nelson to Anne Dick, are fine. "Faith of Our Fathers" was nominated for the 1968 Hugo Award for Best Novelette. Since his untimely death at age 53 in 1982, Philip K. Dick has gained the reputation he sought throughout his life -- that of a writer who transcended the science fiction genre. His works are seen as social commentary as much as genre fiction, and his struggles with drugs and with altered states of consciousness -- to the point where reality itself was in question -- have been seen as metaphors for the predicament of humanity in the modern era: alienated, deceived by our leaders and our politics and our religions, and grasping for some measure of understanding in a hall of mirrors. Many of Dick's manuscripts have been institutionalized, and manuscript material by him seldom shows up on the market. No Binding. Fine.

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         Ivanhoe (Collins Abridged Classics)

      Collins 1965ISBN|B0017HHHOC - The book is in overall good condition, all of the internal pages are unmarked, uncreased and tightly bound, the only flaws are the lack of a dust jacket, some minor scuffs to the covers and a stamp to the inside front page. Date ? 1965 ? Pages ? 225 ? Publisher ? Collins. YOU GET A FREE BOOKMARK WITH EVERY ORDER. MOST OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED WITHIN 1 WORKING DAY OF PURCHASE. If not already present high quality photographs of any of our titles can be provided by request via e-mail. B0017HHHOC [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Typescript of "Faith of Our Fathers"

      ca. 1965. The first draft typescript of Dick's story "Faith of Our Fathers," published in 1967 in the collection Dangerous Visions, edited by Harlan Ellison. 39 pages, on onion skin paper, with Dick's holograph corrections throughout. Together with both the manuscript page and the carbon of page 43, representing the final page of Dick's second draft (which was longer than the first draft after emendations). Nearly 100 changes evident in Dick's hand, plus his handwritten insertion of the title after the typing. Dick would change the ending once again prior to publication. This manuscript, and the additional sheets, were given to Ray Nelson by Dick during their collaboration on The Ganymede Takeover in 1966. In 1986, Nelson gave the pages to Dick's widow, Anne Dick. That mailing envelope is included. Several years later, Anne Dick gifted the manuscript to PKD scholar Sam Umland, from whom it came to us. Anne Dick's autograph note signed to Umland is included. All items, except the mailing envelope from Nelson to Anne Dick, are fine. "Faith of Our Fathers" was nominated for the 1968 Hugo Award for Best Novelette. Since his untimely death at age 53 in 1982, Philip K. Dick has gained the reputation he sought throughout his life -- that of a writer who transcended the science fiction genre. His works are seen as social commentary as much as genre fiction, and his struggles with drugs and with altered states of consciousness -- to the point where reality itself was in question -- have been seen as metaphors for the predicament of humanity in the modern era: alienated, deceived by our leaders and our politics and our religions, and grasping for some measure of understanding in a hall of mirrors. Many of Dick's manuscripts have been institutionalized, and manuscript material by him seldom shows up on the market. No Binding. Fine.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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         The Homecoming

      London: Methuen & Co, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/near fine. 1st edition of The Nobel Laureate's Tony Award Winning play, a sizeable rotation in post-modern theater, accentuating the spoken word as weapon, and the unspoken word as eloquence. The Homecoming is a striking child of the 1960s, though drama is a less recognized fragment of the cultural revolution than the clothes, music, dope, politics, haircuts, or even the burnt draft cards and bras, for which the era is more generally remembered (I'm not saying sex, because there's always been sex). Presentation copy, inscribed using his stage name (David Baron), to Vivien Merchant (his wife), the lead actress, and the only woman in the play. And she is pictured on the jacket in a scene from the play. Near fine in a near fine dustjacket. An unsurpassable association copy, as no play meant more to Pinter, and no presentation copy of it, meant as much.

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         I Had Trouble in Getting to Solla Sollew

      New York: Random House,, 1965. Quarto. Original pictorial paper covered boards, pictorial endpapers. With the dust jacket. Illustrated throughout by the author. Slight wear to spine ends, light bumping to tips, dust jacket slightly faded, occasional ink marks throughout. A very good copy. First edition, first printing, with adverts on the jacket rear panel and flap and 295/295 price.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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         Typescript of "Faith of Our Fathers"

      ca. 1965 - The first draft typescript of Dick's story "Faith of Our Fathers," published in 1967 in the collection Dangerous Visions, edited by Harlan Ellison. 39 pages, on onion skin paper, with Dick's holograph corrections throughout. Together with both the manuscript page and the carbon of page 43, representing the final page of Dick's second draft (which was longer than the first draft after emendations). Nearly 100 changes evident in Dick's hand, plus his handwritten insertion of the title after the typing. Dick would change the ending once again prior to publication. This manuscript, and the additional sheets, were given to Ray Nelson by Dick during their collaboration on The Ganymede Takeover in 1966. In 1986, Nelson gave the pages to Dick's widow, Anne Dick. That mailing envelope is included. Several years later, Anne Dick gifted the manuscript to PKD scholar Sam Umland, from whom it came to us. Anne Dick's autograph note signed to Umland is included. All items, except the mailing envelope from Nelson to Anne Dick, are fine. "Faith of Our Fathers" was nominated for the 1968 Hugo Award for Best Novelette. Since his untimely death at age 53 in 1982, Philip K. Dick has gained the reputation he sought throughout his life -- that of a writer who transcended the science fiction genre. His works are seen as social commentary as much as genre fiction, and his struggles with drugs and with altered states of consciousness -- to the point where reality itself was in question -- have been seen as metaphors for the predicament of humanity in the modern era: alienated, deceived by our leaders and our politics and our religions, and grasping for some measure of understanding in a hall of mirrors. Many of Dick's manuscripts have been institutionalized, and manuscript material by him seldom shows up on the market.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA (Lopezbooks)]
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         The Orchard Keeper

      Random House, New York 1965 - Hardcover. First edition, first printing. Cormac McCarthy's uncommon first book set in a remote community in Tennessee. He would go on to write such modern-day classics as Blood Meridian, All the Pretty Horses, No Country for Old Men and The Road. Original mauve paper-covered boards with bright colors on the spine. Two slender strips of offsetting from old dust jacket protector to the rear pastedown. Mild fading to the top edge. The near fine dust jacket is very lightly tanned along the spine with a tiny nick to the spine head and a small unnecessary tape reinforcement to the verso. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         EMERITA. REVISTA DE LINGUISTICA Y FILOLOGIA TOMO XXXIII FASC.2 PUBLICACION SEMESTRAL

      SUCESORES DE RIVADENEYRA, MADRID 1965 - INTERLINGUE II fascicolo semestrale, in inglese, spagnolo e piccole parti di testo in latino, brossura editoriale ingiallita al dorso e leggermente ai piatti, con titoli marroni e neri e lievi segni di usura da scaffalatura, pagine ancora intonse e leggermente ingiallite da fattore tempo

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         Destino desconocido

      Editorial Molino, BARCELLONA 1965 - Selecciones de Biblioteca Oro SPAGNOLO Volumetto brossurato in cartoncino flessibile, con copertina illustrata. Pagine in buono stato, con bruniture, anche ai tagli. Tradotto dall' inglese allo spagnolo da C. Peraire Del Molino. Ritratto fotografico dell' Autrice al piatto posteriore. Volume n. CXLIX ( 149 ) della collana. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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         Keith Grant. A 25 page typewritten journal of tour of Iceland in May 1965. From the collection of his friend and dealer Henry Roland, founder and partner in the noted London gallery Roland, Browse & Delbanco.

      Self-published., London 1965 - Keith Grant. A 25 page typewritten journal of tour of Iceland in May 1965. From the collection of his friend and dealer Henry Roland, founder and partner in the noted London gallery Roland, Browse & Delbanco. Inscribed in ink 'To Mr and Mrs Roland a souvenir of both our visits from Keith Sept/68'. Starts with the crossing to Reykjavik, 'Yesterday we sailed close to the new Island of Surtsey. That will remain a unique experience. i did not expect it to tbe so large-so brooding and menacing nor to see so much activity. the sea around the volcano was a chalky, dirty green from which there rose steam of the purest white'.'In this scene was the complete and most beautiful negation of landscape as we in England have come to know it. A beauty incomprehensible witout the taste of the lava dust and the stench of rotting cod and the elixir of the salt-laden air. It's this quality which I would like in the next pictures-a homage to this sterility upon which all save a few of the spores of life have failed. To imagine these lava fields in movement is quite awe inspiring. The sight of this magnitude of power that once was, has more than ever convinced me that unless painting moves towards the expression of questions of life and belief of human reaction and participation as did the great religious pictures-it is dealing in half-thoughts and tiny specialised emotioms.' [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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         Mohr, Arno. - "Maler mit Aktmodell am Meer".

      - Radierung / Kaltnadel, in Schwarz, auf schwerem hellchamois Bütten, 1965. Von Arno Mohr. 30,8 x 24,9 cm (Darstellung / Platte) / 45 x 54 cm (Blatt). Rechts unten in Bleistift signiert. - Ohne Mangel. Hervorragender Zustand. Arno Mohr (1910 Posen - 2001 Berlin). Deutscher Maler und Grafiker in Berlin. 1924-27 Lehre zum Schildermaler in Posen, später dort Geselle. 1929/30 Abendkurse an der Kunstgewerbe- und Handwerkerschule in Posen. Begann 1933/34 ein Studium an der Vereinigten Staatsschule für bildende und angewandte Kunst in Berlin-Charlottenburg. 1946-75 Professur an der Hochschule für bildende und angewandte Kunst in Berlin-Weißensee. Gründung der von ihm geleiteten Druckwerkstatt der Kunsthochschule inspiriert durch die Bekanntschaft mit dem Drucker Alfred Erhardt und Otto Dix. Richtete außerdem eine eigene Werkstatt in Berlin-Lichtenberg ein. Sammler von DDR-Grafik schätzen an ihm eine treffende Beobachtung und eine regelrecht zu einer Art Markenzeichen stilisierte sparsam skizzierende Handschrift. Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: GALERIE HIMMEL]
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         Il dottor Zivago

      FELTRINELLI EDITORE, MILANO 1965 - Gli Astri ITALIANO Tomo brossurato in cartoncino flessibile plastificato. Copertina illustrata con alette. Pagine in buono stato, con bruniture ai tagli. Traduzione dal russo di Pietro Zveteremich. Volume n. I della collana. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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         Where's the rest of me? The Ronald Reagan Story

      1965 - Mass market paperback edition. 8vo., wrappers, housed in a folding box.New York, Best Books Inc. Signed by Ronald Reagan on the front free endpaper. The book attempts to capture a complete image of Reagan's life, joining together his early career in Hollywood with his later roles as Governor of California in 1966 and as fortieth President of the United States from 1980. Leaves slightly browned and a shallow diagonal cut on the front cover. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA]
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         The Homecoming

      London: Methuen & Co, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/near fine. 1st edition of The Nobel Laureate's Tony Award Winning play, a sizeable rotation in post-modern theater, accentuating the spoken word as weapon, and the unspoken word as eloquence. The Homecoming is a striking child of the 1960s, though drama is a less recognized fragment of the cultural revolution than the clothes, music, dope, politics, haircuts, or even the burnt draft cards and bras, for which the era is more generally remembered (I'm not saying sex, because there's always been sex). Presentation copy, inscribed using his stage name (David Baron), to Vivien Merchant (his wife), the lead actress, and the only woman in the play. And she is pictured on the jacket in a scene from the play. Near fine in a near fine dustjacket. An unsurpassable association copy, as no play meant more to Pinter, and no presentation copy of it, meant as much.

      [Bookseller: Biblioctopus]
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         Teikoh [Resistance]

      Tokyo: Miraisha, 1965. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. 1965, First Edition. Softcover, measures 11.5 x 11.5 inches (approx. 29 x 29 cm). Illustrated throughout with b&w photos. Text in Japanese. [64] pp. Near Fine. Minor shelfwear to the corners. Clean, bold contents. An iconic photo book, capturing the tension of the Zengakuren student protests at the Yokosuka Naval Base in 1964.

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         ELIDOR

      London: Collins, 1965.. Octavo, boards. First edition. The author's third novel, a young adult fantasy which "draws extensively upon Arthurian legend and upon a vast spectrum of myth in general, all to impressive effect." - Barron (ed), Fantasy and Horror (1999) 7-133. Anatomy of Wonder (1981) 4-56. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 4B-50. Schlobin, The Literature of Fantasy 402. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature I, pp. 472-74. Tymn (ed), Fantasy Literature, p. 89. A fine copy in fine dust jacket. Uncommon in this condition. (#127286)

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         L'enfant de la terre. Dessins de Jean Arp.

      - Alès, PAB (Pierre André Benoit), février 1965. 25,8 : 17,3 cm. 2 w.Bl., 8 Bl., 2 w.Bl. mit 4 Zeichnungen von Hans Arp (inkl. Umschlagzeichnung). Orig.-Broschur. In nur 50 nummerierten, vom Verleger "PAB" signierten Exemplaren erschienen. Hier Nr. 49/50. - Umschlag und die ersten und letzten 2 weissen Blätter minimal gebräunt. - Selten. - Livres réalisé par P. A. Benoit, 114. Sprache: fr [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gerhard Zähringer Antiquariat & Galerie]
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         The Distribution of Books by Catalogue from the Invention of Printing to A.D. 1800, Based on Material in the Broxbourne Library

      Printed for presentation to members of the Roxburghe Club, Cambridge 1965 - xxiv, 426, [1] pp., illustrated, folio, quarter red morocco, black cloth sides over boards, leather title label, gilt title, t.e.g. An indispensable work, and the "bible" on the history of book catalogues that has not been equalled since its publication. With chapters on: fifteenth-century catalogues; catalogues of sixteenth-century printers; German book fair catalogues; English retailer's reference books; catalogues in books; auction sales; institutional library catalogue; private libraries opened to scholars; personal libraries; and more. Corrigenda et Addenda leaf laid in. One of only 150 copies. With the H. P. Kraus Reference Library booklabel. Hinges cracked but professionally strengthened, a few minor stray marks on the covers, interior fine. Barker 231. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: George Ong Books]
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         Where's the Rest of Me?

      Duell, Sloan and Pierce, 1965. A fine first edition inscribed by Ronald Reagan (as "Ronnie") to his friend, Hollywood journalist Louella Parsons. Both Reagan and Parsons grew up in Dixon, Illinois, a shared past referenced in his very personal inscription. Reagan also hand-corrected the dedication. Jacket also fine. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase.

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         Wheres the rest of me The Ronald Reagan Story

      Mass market paperback edition. 8vo., wrappers, housed in a folding box. New York, Best Books Inc.

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         The Jungle Book; [together with] The Second Jungle Book

      London: Macmillan & Co Ltd,, 1965. 2 works in 1 volume, octavo (189 x 123 mm). Contemporary red calf, blue and brown labels to spine, gilt motifs of animals to spine compartments, double gilt fillet to covers, gilt turn-ins, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. Black and white illustrations to text. Spine very slightly marked, covers very lightly soiled. An excellent copy. An attractively bound copy of Kipling's classics, first published in 1894 and 1895 respectively.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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         Stoner

      New York: The Viking Press, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First Edition, First Printing. Near Fine, in a Very Good dust jacket. Small stain to front board, light bruising to base of spine. Price stamped to front free end paper. The dust jacket shows sunning to the spine and along the top edge of the front panel, as well as small chips at the top front corners. Referred to by The New Yorker as "the greatest American novel you've never heard of.

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         The Wretched of the Earth

      London: Macgibbon & Kee, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First British edition. 255pp. Original black cloth with gilt spine lettering. Near Fine in Very Good unclipped dust jacket, rubbed (especially along edges), lightly edge-worn with two slight creases to front panel. A foundational work of post-colonial theory by the late West Indian-born psychiatrist and public intellectual.

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         Eleven Poems

      Belfast: Festival Publications. Queen's University of Belfast, 1965. Fine. First edition, first issue with nine-pointed sun on front wrap. Stapled printed self-wrappers. One tiny and nearly invisible spot on front wrap, else fine. Inscribed by Heaney to an American poet. "For - with good wishes, Seamus Heaney." Nobel laureate Heaney's rare first book.

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         No Voyage.

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1965 - Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine white, window design to front board in yellow. With the dust jacket. Faint fading to spine and around board edges, trivial rubbing to ends and corners, but an excellent copy in the jacket with light rubbing at the extremities. First US edition, first printing, rare presentation copy, thrice signed by the author and twice by her lover and literary agent Molly Malone Cook: inscribed by Oliver on the half-title, "March 1965 For Walter, Mary", signed on the title page, and inscribed by her on the final text leaf on the verso "still for Walter, Mary"; Cook has also signed the half-title and final text leaf on the verso. The recipient was Walter P. Chrysler Jr. (1909–1988), the son of the founder of the Chrysler Corporation, who spent much of his life and wealth as a collector and influential patron of the arts. This is the first book of poetry by Mary Oliver (b. 1935), preceded by a very scarce London edition under the same title two years previously, but here published with 19 additional poems.From this debut aged 28, Oliver went on to win the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize (for American Primitive, 1983) among many others, and to become "far and away this country's best selling poet" (The New York Times 18 Feb 2007). The titular poem of this collection had won the Poetry Society of America's annual price in 1962. Primarily a poet of nature, she lived for most of her writing career in Provincetown, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and has been compared to Emerson and Emily Dickinson. The Harvard Review described Oliver's poetry as "an excellent antidote for the excesses of civilization, for too much flurry and inattention, and the baroque conventions of our social and professional lives. She is a poet of wisdom and generosity whose vision allows us to look intimately at a world not of our making." Mary Oliver has always been notoriously retiring, prefers not to give interviews, and very seldom signs her books - such a warmly inscribed presentation copy, therefore, of her debut collection, done at the time of publication and with the inclusion of her lover and literary agent Molly Cook, must be a rare and desirable thing indeed. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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         LETTERA AGLI EFESINI

      PAIDEIA, BRESCIA 1965 - BIBLIOTECA DI STUDI BIBLICI ITALIANO Traduzione italiana di Omero Soffritti dalla III ed. tedesca, n.2 della collana diretta da G.Rinaldi e G.Scarpat, rilegatura editoriale cartonata, con titoli al dorso e minime tracce d'uso, sovraccoperta ingiallita, con fioritura e strappetti ai bordi

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         THREE BY HEINLEIN .

      Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City 1965 - Octavo, cloth. First edition of this combination. First printing with code "G39" at bottom of page 426. Collects THE PUPPET MASTERS (1951) and WALDO AND MAGIC, INC. (1950). This title was mainly prepared as a selection for Doubleday's Science Fiction Book Club; only a small number of copies of this trade edition were produced, largely for the library market. It is among the most difficult to acquire of Heinlein's trade publications. Doubleday's review slip laid in. A fine copy in fine dust jacket ("$5.95" printed at upper right corner of the front flap) with a touch of dust soiling to rear panel. A sharp copy of the elusive trade issue of this book. (#157546) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         WEEDS AND WILD FLOWERS. Some Irreverent Words., With Wood-Engravings by George Mackley.

      London: Two-Horse Press (1965). - Two vols. 9 x 12. 54 pages with 11 engravings. With a separate suite of the engravings printed from the blocks on Japanese paper, laid into a matching portfolio. A few upper corners of the prints have soft creases, away from the image. Green cloth spines, handmade yellow Japanese paper boards, slipcase a bit toned from acidic paper. Near fine set. No. 35 of 250 copies, signed by Mackley. Printed by Will Carter at Rampant Lions, in Arrighi type on Turkey Mill paper. While Colt discourses about weeds & wildflowers around the globe, Mackley's subjects are quintessentially English: foxgloves, wild onions, primroses, lords & ladies, chestnuts, mushrooms, cow parsley, sow thistle, Solomon's seal, marsh marigolds, and coltsfoot. "The delicate and refined Arrighi typeface is the perfect complement to Mackley's senisitve and detailed " engravings. A Century for the Century 69. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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         A Way of Seeing

      The Viking Press, New York 1965 - (1965). Oblong 8vo. 1st edition. Roth 101 title with review slip laid-in. Rubbing to boards. Toning to endpapers. Slight rubbing and toning to d.j. with minute tear, with light creasing to top edge of front panel. VG/VG. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Daughter Of The Tejas signed by McMurtry

      New York: New York Graphic Society(1965). 1st edition/1st printing. This book ghost-written by Larry McMurtry, and is signed on the front end page by McMurtry, in his usual scrawl. Stated First Edition, in white 2nd issue dustjacket. The book is bound in beige cloth and is straight, clean, tight and has no handwriting other than author's signature, but with bumps to upper corners and a narrow strip to front end page that's very slightly darkened (like by a bookmark having been placed there once). The price intact ($2.95) dustjacket is bright and clean and crisp. The only faults I can find at all are what may be a very, very tiny rub at lower spine end and the hint of a tiny, extremely faint spot near the spine. Lovely example of this scarce book, particularly scarce signed. ; Signed by Author, 10, 20, NF/F, LOC 6513541

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