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        Lexicon - totius latinitatis - tutti i volumi

      Forcellini Lexicon - totius latinitatis - tutti i volumi. 1965 Nuovi Rigida

      [Bookseller: Libreria Fabiocomics]
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        Elijah Muhammad

      1965-1971. <p>Typed Letter Signed, "<b><i>Elijah Muhammad</i></b>," 2 pages, 8.5" x 11", Chicago, July 31, 1965 to Judge H. B. Daniels in Phoenix, Arizona concerning a dispute with a contractor, offered with the original transmittal envelope. Two file holes and a staple hole at top, expected folds, else very fine. Offered together with a partly-printed Document Signed, "Elijah Muhammad," 1 page, 7" x 3", Chicago, June 24, 1971 drawn on the Amalgamated Trust &amp; Savings Bank for $4,000 payable to the "<i>NUNN BUSH SHOE COMPANY</i>." Stamp cancellations barely detract from signature, else very fine. Housed in a PSA/DNA slab. </p><p>The typed letter reads in full: <i>"In the name of the Almighty Allah, the Most Merciful Saviour, Our Deliverer. Master of the Date of Judgment, to Whom all praise is due. Dear Judge and attorney: I received your letter concerning the meeting with you and the Sound People on Tuesday, the third of August. I am sorry, but I will not be meeting with these people anymore, because of the constant excuses that they made to force me to do that which I said that I would not do (put up security money for them to finish the job while I had already given them half of the money without any money being put into excrow [sic] or a mortgage house). Mr. Smithbaker (of Engineered Sound Inc.) knew very well that their money was secure. Their demanding the balance being put into a trust fund shows bad faith in me, which they had no cause for such. Since they could not put over their rotten job with a camera not large enough, and bringing a man from elsewhere to come to adjust the camera on a day that I was not there, they want to make it appear as if I would not pay them. This is just the work of revenge on their part. They want to make it look back on my honesty to pay them when the job is completed. I do not want anything more to do with the Sound People or this particular contractor. If they would finish this job, then they would have to service it for a year or two as agreed. I do not want them in and out of my house anymore. As far as I am concerned, you can forget that they were ever in the world. I could have lost two or three thousand dollars and could have gone to the breadline with such a rotten outfit as I was dealing with. And, they would now like to make me bow to their demands; I should say not! So, you just tell them that, "Mr. Muhamad refuses to accept any such offer, because he has lost all confidence in your contractor and does not care to trust you or them to do anything for him." If they happen to speak about that pole that they put up in my yard, just tell them that I said I would get another company to take care of it. They have already ripped out their camera and monitors. There is nothing left but a gap and a hole on my front porch where the camera was stationed. And, I will have a carpenter or another company take care of that. You can tell their lawyer these things, or you could even read it to them, since she (their lawyer) already has a letter from me, telling her that I would not yield to putting up any money in escrow or in a trust fund because I have not betrayed my trust to them. They make it seem as though they had had trouble with me in getting their money. This is pathetic. I will try to be in Phoenix on the 16th of August to check up on that government case where their driver wrecked my car, and I had to take care of the medical and hospital bills for the injured. I have an appointment on the 8th of August in Detroit, and I would not care to make a trip to Phoenix before I made my appointment for this mass meeting in Detroit. Thank you, for the check for $1,250.00 that you mailed to me from Mr. Burleigh Rideau. But, I hope that you get the balance of what he owes me ($272.25). After you had taken out your fee from the $1,600.00 that he paid (your fee being $350.00) he still owes me $272.25. I am signing this check, and returning it to you. I wish for you to send me a cashier's check for the same amount. Take it out of the Pioneer Bank, for trust accounts accumulate charges, And, if you please, send me a cashier's check in this amount. Sincerely, Elijah Muhammad, Messenger of Allah.</i>" </p>

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        Moulin à la Galette.

      Paris: Sorlier, 1965.(). Sorlier, Charles [after Buffet, Bernard] Lithograph in seven colors. One of 300 signed in pencil by Buffet. Paper: 80 x 59 cm. Image: 65 x 50 cm. Sorlier, 308.

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        Autograph letter signed to P.M.G. Massingham

      two pages (approximately 350 words), n.p., n.d. [26 May 1965 - A sustained, apparently post-prandial (and unpublished) jeu d'esprit to the son of critic Hugh Massingham (whose censure Amis had earned in 1953, as a result of his association with John Wain). Addressed 'Dear Sir', almost all of the letter is taken up with Amis inserting the word 'tea' into various literary quotations (by, inter alia Homer, Aeschylus, Virgil, Bacon, Masefield, Longfellow and Emerson), usually in place of the word 'sea'. He closes by declaring, "Wasn't it wonderful of the Hun to put on a tattoo for the Monarch on her first night?" which - assuming it refers to the Queen's visit to Germany - dates the letter to 1965. On ruled paper, water-staining in places but entirely legible, multiple folds and small splits at points, original envelope opened roughly, with address in Amis's hand to front.

      [Bookseller: Peter Grogan]
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        Guerre totale et guerre revolutionaire. 3 Bände und 3 Atlas-Bände (so komplett).

      Brüssel (Brepols), 1965-67. - Sprache: französisch 6 Bände. 4°. 454 (2), 472, 490 S. + die drei Atlanten. ill. OBr. Kapital von Band 1 etwas bestoßen, sonst sehr gut erhalten. Ordnungsgemäß aus Bundeswehrbeständen ausgesondertes Bibliotheksexemplar (Stempel und Rückenschild). EA. So komplett von allergrößter Seltenheit. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Bebuquin (Alexander Zimmeck)]
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        Memory of South Vietnam Photo Album

      [N.p.: n.p., c. 1965-1970]. Very good in illustrated spiral-bound covers.. Unique photo album of a field camp in Southeast Asia, between 1965 and 1970. Includes 22 7 X 5 inch black-and-white and sepia-tone photographs, and 8 10 X 8 inch prints, mostly adhered to the album's cardstock pages and covered by clear mylar sheets. Images depict young recruits in military training, with several candid shots of soldiers on the base and three images of rural civilian life, presumably near the encampment.

      [Bookseller: Harper's Books, Inc. ]
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        Saper leggere

      Garzanti Editore - Milano, 1965. ITALIANO 0,55 Buono stato, sovraccoperta originale illustrata in carta patinata, bordo leggermente consumato, pieghette, lacerazione, piccole abrasioni; coperta in tessuto, caratteri in bassorilievo sul dorso, tagli e margini delle pagine leggermente bruniti. III edizione. USATO

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        Behind the Scenes at Wimbledon

      1965 - MACAULAY, A.D.C. Behind the Scenes at Wimbledon. London: Collins, 1965. Octavo, publisher's half green morocco gilt, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. $1750.First edition, the dedication copy, inscribed on the half title, "To Her Royal Highness Princess Mariana, Duchess of Kent. With my grateful thanks, Ma'am, for the encouragement you have always given to me in running Wimbledon. Duncan Macaulay." Also signed on the title page by Duncan Macaulay, Jackie Smyth and W.A.R. Collins.Long-time Wimbledon secretary Duncan Macaulay surveys the history of the world's oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament since 1922, when the All England Club moved to its famous Church Road location. Macaulay inscribed this copy to the dedicatee, Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent, longtime president of The All England Club. It may have been specially bound in the Club's colors&#151;a green morocco spine (after the green cloth gilt of the first edition) and purple cloth boards&#151;for presentation. Illustrated with 10 black-and-white photographic plates. Also signed on the title page by Macaulay, Jackie Smyth and W.A.R. Collins. Sir John "Jackie" Smyth was awarded the Victoria Cross during his military service in World War I, and went on to serve in Parliament as well as write on a variety of subjects, including tennis for the Sunday Times. William Alexander Roy Collins, publisher, served on committees overseeing the Wimbledon championships.Spine and spine ends lightly rubbed. A unique inscribed and signed copy in very nearly fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books]
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        Cold Dogs in the Courtyard

      (Chicago): (Literary Times-Cyfoeth). 1965. "Overlooked" poems by Bukowski: a self-selected collection of thirteen poems published in magazines but never previously collected in book form. With a "foreward" [sic] by the author. One of 500 copies, Bukowski's only self-published book. Stapled wrappers; near fine. First Edition. Softcover. Near Fine.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        L' Islamismo

      BARI: GIUS. LATERZA & FIGLI, 1965. IED. Brossurato. BUONO. 11 18. Universale Laterza USATO

      [Bookseller: Controcorrente Group srl BibliotecadiBab]
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        Catalogus Nr. 373 bis Catalogus Nr. 449.

      Amsterdam. Stedelijk Museum. 1965 - 1968. 1. Auflage. 27 x 19 cm. OLeinen. Gutes bis sehr gutes Exemplar. Nahezu vollständige Folge der Kataloge 373 vom Februar 1965 bis 449 im November 1968, jeweils mit vollständigen Umschlägen gebunden in vier Leinenbänden. (Es fehlen die Mummern 374, 379, 382, 389, 403, 421 - wobei es sich aber auch um eingebundene Kabinettausstellungen handeln kann, die nicht immer nummeriert, aber gezählt sind). Vorhandene Ausstellungen sind: Antonio Saura (vorgebunden, Cat. 358), [1965] 373 - Morris Louis; 375 - Hofmann; 376 - Martin Engelman; 377 - Nul deel 1; 377 - Nul deel 2; 378 - Naum Gabo; 380 - Hilton / Irwin / Meadow / Tilson; 381 - Robert Rauschenberg; 383 Fotoprijz Amsterdam; 383 - Karel Appel; 384 - Matial Raysse; 385 - Yves Klein; 386 - Alberto Giacometti; 387 - Victor Brauner; 388 - Nieuwe vormen van ceramiek; [1966] 390 - Cy Twombly; 391 - Pierre Alechinsky; 392 - Roger Bissiere; 393 - Mark Tobey; 394 - Al Held; 395 - Wols; 396 - Cesar; 397 - Andre Volten; 398 - Vijftig jaar zitten; 399 Ed van der Elsken; 400 - Jim Dine; 401 - Copley; 402 - Corneille; 404 - Peter Alma; 405 - P. Struycken; [1967] 406 - Victor Vasarely; 407 - gedrukt in Japan; 409 - William Klein; 410 - Andre Francois; 411 - Pablo Picasso; 412 - Lucio Fontana; 413 - Jack lenor Lawa; 414 - Jonge Engelse Beeldhouwers; 415 - Tajiri; 416 - Kitaj; 417 - Jaap Wagemaker; 418 - Fotoprijz Amsterdam 1967; 419 - Niki de Saint Phalle; 420 - Shalom van Safed; 422 - Jean Gorin; 423 - Hannes Postma; 424 - Roy Lichtenstein; 425 - Bob Gill; 426 - Atelier 5; 427 - Larry Bell; 428 - Jean Bazaine; [1968] 429 - Kupka; 430 - De Stijl; 431 - Een Modebeeld; 432 - Robert Muller; 433 - Robert Rauschenberg; 435 - Gustave Asselbergs; 436 - Prentenkabinett; 437 - Vormgebers; 439 - Hortisculpture Ferdi; 440 - Couzijn; 441 - Raynaud; 443 - Johan Thorn Prikker; 444 - Sam Francis; 445 - Willem de Kooning; 447 - Jan Henderikse; 449 - Twaalf Zweden. Dabei, in gleicher Bindung, 2 Bände \"Museumjournaal\", Band 1 - 1965-1966 (280; 312 S. - mit Umschlägen); Band 2 - 1967-1968 (322; 338 S. - ohne Umschläge). Mit nahezu 70 Katalogen als Ensemble so seltenes und wichtiges Dokument zu einer der spannendsten Perioden des bedeutenden Amsterdamer Museums für die Moderne. Versand D: 3,00 EUR 20. Jahrhundert / 20th Century, Amsterdam / Amsterdam, Ausstellungen, Europa / Europe, Kunst, nach 1960, Ausstellungskataloge, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Querido - Kunst und Fotograf]
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        Les choses

      - Julliard, Paris 1965, 11,5x20cm, broché. - Edizione dell'anno dell'originale, menzione fantasiosa miglio 78 °. L'invio autografo firmato e datato di Georges Perec Maurice Thomas. Nizza copia. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition de l'année de l'originale, fantaisiste mention de 78ème mille. Envoi autographe daté et signé de Georges Perec à Maurice Thomas. Agréable exemplaire.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet]
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        Messegelände: Pavillons, Fontäne, Menschen und Funkturm im Hintergrund. Fahnenmast mit internationaler Beflaggung und ERP an der Spitze.

      - Aquarell u. Federzeichnung v. Delev Nitschke, 1965, 33 x 48 Alt auf ein Untersatzpapier montiert und am Rand mit Resten alter Montierung. - Farbfrisch und sehr gut erhalten. - Wohl Illustrationsvorlage des 1935 geborenen Künstlers Detlev Nitschke. Sprache: Deutsch

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Peter Handke. Portrait (1973). Aquarell auf Papier, Kniestück sitzend vor Karawankenkette. Signiert. Bildgrösse ca 42 x 28 cm.

      - Sprache: deu Peter Pongratz war Peter Handke seit dessen Studium in Graz und im Umfeld des Forum Stadtpark und der Zeitschrift manuskripte freundschaftlich verbunden. Von Otto Breicha empfohlen, hat er im Mai 1965 an der Jugendkulturwoche in Innsbruck teilgenommen, wo ihn der nichteingeladene Peter Handke besuchte und in einem Dialog mit Gertrud Fussenegger Äusserungen zum Schreiben verlautbart hat, die jenen im Rahmen der Gruppe 47 Tagung in Princeton, genau ein Jahr später, um nichts nachstehen. Als Handke mit seiner Tochter 1973 nach Paris übersiedelt ist, hat Pongratz und seine Frau eine zeitlang mit ihm zusammengewohnt. Bereits 1967 hatte er sich in den 'protokollen' über Pongratz geäussert. 1972 war eine Gouache von Pongratz als Deckelbild für 'Der kurze Brief zum langen Abschied' verwendet worden. Den Kriminalroman 'Der lange Abschied' von Raymond Chandler als Ullstein-Krimi hatte Handke während seines Innsbruckaufenthalts 1965 stets griffbereit.- Vergröbert vom Hausgrafiker der Zeitschrift 'profil'. Das unabhängige Magazin Österreichs. Nr. 9, 27. April 1973, 4. Jahrgang, als Titelbild verwendet. Passepartout, gerahmt. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Georg Fritsch Antiquariat]
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        SWORD OF HONOUR A Final version of the novels - Men at Arms - Officers and Gentlemen - Unconditional Surrender

      Chapman & Hall. London. 1965. FIRST REVISED, SINGLE VOLUME EDITION. 8vo. (8 x 5.5 inches). A fine copy finely bound for Asprey of London in recent half green morocco leather, spine with raised bands, each decorated with gilt piping. Compartments ruled and lettered in gilt. Green cloth on boards. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Aside from a little uniform fading to the spine and some minor rubbing to a couple of edges this is a near Fine copy. First printing of this edition, Edited by Waugh and with a new preface by him, to make the three novels read as a single story in an attractive leather binding by a master bookbinder.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        SWORD OF HONOUR. A Final version of the novels - Men at Arms. - Officers and Gentlemen. - Unconditional Surrender.

      Chapman & Hall. London. 1965 - FIRST REVISED, SINGLE VOLUME EDITION. 8vo. (8 x 5.5 inches). A fine copy finely bound for Asprey of London in recent half green morocco leather, spine with raised bands, each decorated with gilt piping. Compartments ruled and lettered in gilt. Green cloth on boards. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Aside from a little uniform fading to the spine and some minor rubbing to a couple of edges this is a near Fine copy. First printing of this edition, Edited by Waugh and with a new preface by him, to make the three novels read as a single story, in an attractive leather binding by a master bookbinder. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster. - ABA & PBFA Member.]
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        Feste religiose in Sicilia. Fotografie di Fernando Scianna

      Leonardo Da Vinci, 1965. 16°, leg.edit., sovrac. (piccolo strappo riparato professionalmente), pp.222, con 113 fotografie n.t.. Un volumetto di piccole dimensioni (19,5x13,5 cm.), molto elegante nella forma, dedicato alle feste religiose siciliane, un miscuglio di riti pagani e cristiani: violenza, sangue, superstizione sono necessari per ristabilire il sacro, per esorcizzare il male, per rinforzare i legami e l'identità sociale. Le foto del giovane Scianna, fresco di studi antropologici, sono ispirate dal lavoro di Cartier-Bresson, le foto sono colte nel "momento decisivo" e colpiscono per forza e drammaticità. # Prima edizione. Gambetti Vezzosi 837. Parr Badger III, 111

      [Bookseller: Libreria I libri di Prospero]
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        Catalogus Nr. 373 bis Catalogus Nr. 449.

      1. Auflage. 27 x 19 cm. OLeinen. Gutes bis sehr gutes Exemplar. Nahezu vollständige Folge der Kataloge 373 vom Februar 1965 bis 449 im November 1968, jeweils mit vollständigen Umschlägen gebunden in vier Leinenbänden. (Es fehlen die Mummern 374, 379, 382, 389, 403, 421 - wobei es sich aber auch um eingebundene Kabinettausstellungen handeln kann, die nicht immer nummeriert, aber gezählt sind). Vorhandene Ausstellungen sind: Antonio Saura (vorgebunden, Cat. 358), [1965] 373 - Morris Louis 375 - Hofmann 376 - Martin Engelman 377 - Nul deel 1 377 - Nul deel 2 378 - Naum Gabo 380 - Hilton / Irwin / Meadow / Tilson 381 - Robert Rauschenberg 383 Fotoprijz Amsterdam 383 - Karel Appel 384 - Matial Raysse 385 - Yves Klein 386 - Alberto Giacometti 387 - Victor Brauner 388 - Nieuwe vormen van ceramiek [1966] 390 - Cy Twombly 391 - Pierre Alechinsky 392 - Roger Bissiere 393 - Mark Tobey 394 - Al Held 395 - Wols 396 - Cesar 397 - Andre Volten 398 - Vijftig jaar zitten 399 Ed van der Elsken 400 - Jim Dine 401 - Copley 402 - Corneille 404 - Peter Alma 405 - P. Struycken [1967] 406 - Victor Vasarely 407 - gedrukt in Japan 409 - William Klein 410 - Andre Francois 411 - Pablo Picasso 412 - Lucio Fontana 413 - Jack lenor Lawa 414 - Jonge Engelse Beeldhouwers 415 - Tajiri 416 - Kitaj 417 - Jaap Wagemaker 418 - Fotoprijz Amsterdam 1967 419 - Niki de Saint Phalle 420 - Shalom van Safed 422 - Jean Gorin 423 - Hannes Postma 424 - Roy Lichtenstein 425 - Bob Gill 426 - Atelier 5 427 - Larry Bell 428 - Jean Bazaine [1968] 429 - Kupka 430 - De Stijl 431 - Een Modebeeld 432 - Robert Muller 433 - Robert Rauschenberg 435 - Gustave Asselbergs 436 - Prentenkabinett 437 - Vormgebers 439 - Hortisculpture Ferdi 440 - Couzijn 441 - Raynaud 443 - Johan Thorn Prikker 444 - Sam Francis 445 - Willem de Kooning 447 - Jan Henderikse 449 - Twaalf Zweden. Dabei, in gleicher Bindung, 2 Bände "Museumjournaal", Band 1 - 1965-1966 (280 312 S. - mit Umschlägen) Band 2 - 1967-1968 (322 338 S. - ohne Umschläge). Mit nahezu 70 Katalogen als Ensemble so seltenes und wichtiges Dokument zu einer der spannendsten Perioden des bedeutenden Amsterdamer Museums für die Moderne.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Querido]
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        A SENSE OF WHERE YOU ARE: A Profile of William Warren Bradley

      New York:: Farrar, Straus. (1965).. First edition of the Pulitzer Prize-winning AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK. Illustrated with photographs of Bradley in action as "the greatest player in the history of the Ivy League." INSCRIBED BY THE FUTURE SENATOR, "For ---- Thanks. Bill Bradley". Slight lean to signatures at head of spine otherwise bright and near fine; in price-clipped dust jacket with minor professional repair to corners and spine ends (otherwise bright and near fine). .

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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.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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      Olten 1965 - (Zum 70. Geburtstag des Autors, 29. März 1965). 4 Blatt weiß, 61 S., 4 Blatt. (Oltner Liebhaber Druck, 6). Handgebundener orangefarbener Original-Lederband mit Deckel-, Innenkanten-, Stehkanten- und Rückenvergoldung sowie Kopfgoldschnitt im gefüttertem Schuber mit Lederkanten (Hugo Peller, Solothurn). Rücken minimalst aufgehellt. Sonst tadellos erhalten. Erste Ausgabe. Nr. 53 von 55 (Gesamtauflage 650) in der Presse nummerierten Exemplaren auf Zerkall-Bütten und in Ganzleder von Hugo Peller gebunden. Mit einem handschriftlichen Text von Ernst Jünger und signiert. Des Coudres B 52. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Road to Serfdom

      Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1965. Reprint. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. Reprint. Signed by F. A. Hayek on the front free end paper; previous owner name written in ink at the bottom of that page. Near Fine with several creased page corners and light shelf wear, several pages show faint evidence of erased pencil markings.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books, ABAA ]
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        Man in Profile in a Pink Background.

      1965.(). Pastel. 13 x 20 inches. Signed and dated.

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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.

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        Aspects of the Theory of Syntax

      Cambridge: MIT Press, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. Association copy. First edition, first printing in supplied first issue dust jacket, unclipped with small tear in top of front panel, slightly edge-worn and spine-sunned, Very Good overall. x, 251 pp. Original navy cloth with gilt spine lettering. A few small stains in text. Pioneering Dutch linguist P.A. Verburg's copy with his stamp on front endpaper; his marginal notes, underlines, and small diagrams are throughout text in pen and pencil. Verburg (1905-1989) examined the history of linguistics in 1952 with his Taal En Functionaliteit, translated most recently in English in 1998 as Language and Its Functions. Chomsky's work along similar lines with Aspects and the following year's Cartesian Linguistics would garner much more attention worldwide, influencing the fields of linguistics and philosophy for decades. Verburg's marginal impressions in this copy should provide insight of an important, if oft-neglected predecessor's impressions of Chomsky's breakthrough work.

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        Proust; [and] Three Dialogues.

      London: John Calder,, 1965. Octavo. Original white calf-backed green cloth, spine and front cover lettered in gilt, gilt facsimile signature to front cover, gilt edges. Housed in the green cloth slipcase. Spine very lightly sunned, tiny markings to covers, rear of slipcase bumped. An excellent copy. Signed limited edition, number 28 of 100 copies signed by Beckett and specially bound. Proust, Beckett's epistemological and aesthetic manifesto, was first published in 1930. Three Dialogues, a series of letters between Beckett and Duthuit concerning contemporary art, was first published in the literary journal Transition in 1949.

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        Der Gast. [L'Hôte].

      Ars librorum Gotthard de Beauclair (1965)., Frankfurt am Main - Übersetzung von Guido G. Meister. Mit 8 (7 blattgroßen) Original-Kaltnadelradierungen von Eduard Bargheer. 43 S., 1 Blatt. (10. Ars librorum Druck). Lose Bogen in illustriertem Original-Umschlag in Original-Leinenkassette. Kassette am Rücken mit nur kleinem Einriß. Sonst tadellos erhalten. Nr. 44 von 300 numerierten Exemplaren der einmaligen Auflage. Im Druckvermerk von Eduard Bargheer und G. de Beauclair signiert. Druck des Textes unter Aufsicht von Walter Wilkes in der Werkstatt der Trajanus-Presse. Den Druck der Radierungen besorgte Hermann Steidle in Essen. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Fonte Canapina

      Acquaforte originale stampata per il volume ''La Nencia da Barberino'' di Lorenzo de Medici, Bucciarelli, Ancona 1965. La tiratura dell'acquaforte è del 1961. Cm 12,5x18,5 (Foglio 35x51). . . Ottimo (Fine). . 100 + alcune pda. .

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marini]
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        Original-Farblithographie. Mit Bleistift von Roger signiert.

      Stuttgart, Hatje Verlag, 1965. Format: ca 29,5 x 25 cm (HxB).Ursprünglich erschien diese Graphik als eingebundene Originallithographie in dem Buch \'Werner Spies (Hg), Pour Henry-Daniel Kahnweiler\'. Zusätzlich erschien eine Vorzugsausgabe von 100 (+ 100 für Kahnweiler) Exemplaren. Dort waren die Graphiken lose als handsignierte Arbeiten beigelegt. Um solch eine \'Beilage\' handelt es sich hier. Die Graphik ist in einem guten Zustand. Roger war die einzige Künstlerin der Galerie. Handsigned originally graphics by Roger. Limited for 200 copies. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Originalgraphik, Lithographie, signiert, signed, limited, Kunst, Art

      [Bookseller: AS - Antiquariat Schröter]
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      London: Jonathan Cape. 1965. First edition, first printing, first state binding. 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.

      [Bookseller: Lucius Books]
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        The Man with the Golden Gun.

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1965 - Octavo. Original black boards, titles to spine in bronze, green and white endpapers, Gilbert's binding B (no priority). With the dust jacket. Edges a little foxed; a very good copy in the jacket with nicked spine ends and a little rubbing to extremities. First edition, first impression, second state binding as usual, without the gun design blocked in gilt on the front board, which proved too expensive and was dropped after the first 940 copies had been sent abroad. Gilbert A13a (1.3). [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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      New York: The Viking Press, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First Edition, First Printing. Near Fine, with light fading and foxing to spine cloth, foxing to top edge of page block, else a bright and sharp copy, lacking the dust jacket. A rather scarce titles, referred to by The New Yorker as "the greatest American novel you've never heard of.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books, ABAA ]
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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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      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).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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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.

      [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. 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.

      [Bookseller: Biblioctopus]
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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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      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

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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