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        Hear Martin Luther King

      [American Committee on Africa], New York 1965 - Zinc printing plate (12 1/4" X 16 1/4"), a relic mounted on hardwood, for the "Rally on Human Rights Day" Dec. 10, 1965, to "Benefit South African Victims of Apartheid" (raising money for the legal defense and family support of political prisoners, including Nelson Mandela). Fine condition, eyelet and wire on verso. The plate was used, posters were printed, but no copies are known, though I located 2 extant examples of a smaller leaflet with similar text. The Hunter College (NY) rally included Dr. King, Miriam Makeba, Leon Bibb, Pete Seeger, and H. E. Achkar Marof, chairman of the U. N. Committee on Apartheid (and Guinea's Delegate to the U. N.). A unique 1960s vestige, and the opening nexus formally unifying the Civil Rights and Anti-Apartheid movements.

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        The British Museum is Falling Down

      First edition. 8vo., original brown cloth, dust jacket. London, MacGibbon & Kee.

      [Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd.]
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        Disegno originale, datato e firmato, sul foglio di guardia di: 'Milano', di Giulia Pirelli e Carlo Orsi

      1965. Inchiostro nero su carta. Una elaborata dedica «A Ferdinando Giannessi l'amico Dino», vergata in cubitale a occupare tutto il primo foglio di guardia del volume, è affiancata da due scene: un profilo di Milano su cui campeggiano la torre Velasca e i pinnacoli del Duomo, quindi una folla di pedoni e veicoli in miniatura con nota a piè pagina a individuare, nel mucchio, tal «Gaspare Colombo». Giannessi (1921-1979) è stato un prolifico critico letterario, docente di letteratura italiana all'Università Bocconi di Milano.

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        A SENSE OF WHERE YOU ARE: A Profile of William Warren Bradley.

      Farrar, Straus (1965)., New York: - 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). [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        CONFESSIONS OF A MAN INSANE ENOUGH TO LIVE WITH BEASTS

      Bensenville: Mimeo Press, 1965. First edition. Paperback. A near fine copy in saddle-stitched wrappers, as issued. One of 500 copies. The author's first book of prose, and the introduction to one Henry Chinaski, Bukowski's alter-ego. This copy is inscribed by Bukowski to Cert Secunda, and dated '8-14-66." With an original signed typescript poem titled "A Bottomless Joint On Sunset Near Western." This poem was published in 1969, in Stooge, #3. The publisher, Doug Blazek, announcing the book said, "it would be indecent to say something about Buk. Words do him no honor. the man himself is his greatest tribute." Krumhansl 17.

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        Force de la mer in folio (53,5/38 cms)en feuillets sous emboitage toilé bleu, 10 pages de texte en fac-similé du manuscrit sur fond de couleur lithographié ,complet des 6 lithographies originales de Jean Helion chacune signée par le peintre. Tirage à 6 exemplaire numéroté. Exemplaire n° 42

      Brunidor Robert Altman Livre illustré 1965 - Très bon état

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        Ruy Blas

      Bordas - Paperback; French language; a fair reading copy; 1965 edition. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. For buyers outside the UK we now offer significantly lower rates on our airmail shipping. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        In Cold Blood

      New York: Random House, 1965. First edition of Capote's landmark non-fiction novel. Octavo, original cloth. Signed by both Truman Capote and Harper Lee on the half-title page. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with a touch of shelfwear. Jacket design by S. Neil Fujita. This is the first example we have seen signed by both Capote and Lee. "Until one morning in mid-November of 1959, few Americans--in fact, few Kansans--had ever heard of Holcomb. Like the waters of the river, like the motorists on the highway, and like the yellow trains streaking down the Santa Fe tracks, drama, in the shape of exceptional happenings, had never stopped there." If all Truman Capote did was invent a new genre--journalism written with the language and structure of literature--this "nonfiction novel" about the brutal slaying of the Clutter family by two would-be robbers would be remembered as a trail-blazing experiment that has influenced countless writers. But Capote achieved more than that. He wrote a true masterpiece of creative nonfiction. In Cold Blood established Capote as the "herald of a new genre, ‘the non-fiction novel,' which recognizes the convergence of fiction and fact in times of outrage, the insane surrealism of daily life" (Hart, 122; Allen, 247). "The best documentary account of an American crime ever written. . . . The book chills the blood and exercises the intelligence . . . harrowing" (The New York Review of Books).

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        A Collection of Photo Negatives

      Fine. A collection of 119 photo negatives taken by Arthur Knight, along with all rights, of authors and screenwriters from the 1950s, including Aldous Huxley, Henry Miller, Ray Bradbury, Kenneth Patchen, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Louis L'Amour, and Philip K. Dick, whose photo negative included here was used on the first edition jacket of his science-fiction classic, The Man in the High Castle. The negatives measure 4" x 5" and are housed in individual sleeves labeled by Knight. They are accompanied by twenty-seven 8" x 10" proof sheets showing four images each; six 3.5" x 6" sheets with one image each; two 8" x 10" photos of Huxley; and five 8" x 10" photos of Patchen. Most of the proof sheets are marked in wax pencil and numbered; the proofs of Huxley and Patchen have Knight's stamp on the verso. Overall fine with about twenty of the negatives with holes punched through part of the image but not obscuring any of the faces. Knight was a writer, editor, and photographer who became involved in the Beat and counterculture scene as a young man in Southern California. He became interested in photography as a teenager and used his close proximity and personal relationships with several authors to open doors to other potential subjects. As a result, his photos have appeared on or in more than 200 dustwrappers and magazines, including several present in this collection. The most notable of the bunch is a photo negative of a young and clean shaven Philip K. Dick, which appeared as the author photo on the dustwrapper of the first edition of his 1965 Hugo Award-winning novel, The Man in the High Castle. An additional unpublished image of Dick from the same photo session is also included with this collection. Knight has included an eight-page list of all the photo negatives with comments about various writers including his first impression, how they met, and the situation in which they were photographed. For example, Knight remembers shooting Dick in his shabby apartment and how quiet and particularly unassuming he was: "It was almost as if he weren't there (or I wasn't) when I shot this." He recounts that writer Kenneth Rexroth asked for Knight's ex-girlfriend's phone number right after the latter broke up with her. Knight also describes waiting to photograph Huxley while the author ate dinner ("almost tearing at a steak"), and that Henry Miller said the final photograph gave Huxley "character he didn't possess." A wonderful collection of vintage photographic negatives, with their usage rights. Negatives: 1. HUXLEY, Aldous 2. VAN VOGT, A.E. 3. BLACKBURN, Tom 4. ALLEN, Henry (who wrote as Will Henry and Clay Fisher) 5. ALLEN, Henry 6. ALLEN, Henry 7. WELLS, Lee and Will Cook 8. COOK, Will 9. BLACKBURN, Tom 10. BLACKBURN, Tom 11. COOK, Will 12. CUNNINGHAM, John 13. CUNNINGHAM, John 14. JENNINGS, John 15. PIERCE, Dick 16. FINNEY, Jack 17. ROSCOE, Mike 18. ROSCOE, Mike 19. ROSCOE, Mike 20. SNOW, Charles 21. JENNINGS, John 22. JENNINGS, John 23. BRADBURY, Ray 24. BRADBURY, Ray 25. MILLER, Henry 26. BRADBURY, Ray 27. GEER, Andrew 28. GEER, Andrew 29. KYNE, Peter B. 30. KYNE, Peter B. 31. ROSE, Virgie E. 32. ROSE, Virgie E. 33. SHULMAN, Irving 34. SHULMAN, Irving 35. SHULMAN, Irving 36. TOMPKINS, Walker 37. TOMPKINS, Walker 38. CONRAD, Barnaby 39. CONRAD, Barnaby 40. CAEN, Herb 41. CAEN, Herb 42. CAEN, Herb 43. McCHESNEY, Mary (who wrote as Joe Rayter) 44. THOMPSON, Thomas, and family 45. McCHESNEY, Mary 46. CAEN, Herb 47. LOTT, Milton 48. LOTT, Milton 49. COOK, Will, L.P. Holmes, and Thomas Thompson 50. THOMPSON, Thomas and family 51. L'AMOUR, Louis 52. URIS, Leon 53. LIPMAN, Clayre and Michel 54. URIS, Leon 55. L'AMOUR, Louis 56. CHARTERIS, Leslie 57. PATCHEN, Kenneth 58. NORRIS, Kathleen 59. NORRIS, Kathleen 60. KUTTNER, Henry with his wife, C.L. Moore, also a writer 61. KUTTNER, Henry 62. Fictioneers Dinner (with William Campbell Gault and possibly Richard Matheson) 63. DICK, Philip K. 64. DICK, Philip K. 65. BURNETT, W.R. 66. PATCHEN, Kenneth 67. WEST, Jessamyn 68. HUXLEY, Aldous 69. WEST, Jessamyn 70. WEST, Jessamyn 71. WEST, Jessamyn 72. GRUBER, Frank 73. GAULT, William Campbell 74. GRUBER, Frank 75. GANN, Ernest K. 76. GANN, Ernest K. 77. GAULT, William Campbell 78. CHARTERIS, Leslie 79. MILLER, Henry 80. MILLER, Henry and Arthur Knight 81. WOLFE, Reese 82. GANN, Ernest K. 83. ACKERMAN, Forrest 84. CHASE, Borden 85. ELLISON, James Whitfield 86. FISHER, Steve 87. MARMUR, Jacland 88. TWIST, John 89. WILSON, Neal 90. WOLFE, Reese 91. REXROTH, Kenneth 92. MILLER, Henry and Eve 93. MARMUR, Jacland and wife 94. FERLINGHETTI, Lawrence 95. REXROTH, Kenneth and Marthe 96. BRADYBURY, Ray 97. L'AMOUR, Louis 98. MILLER, Henry and Eve 99. MILLER, Henry and Margaret Fisher 100. MILLER, Henry 101. MILLER, Henry 102. WEBB, Jack 103. WEBB, Jack 104. WEBB, Jack 105. BALLARD, Todhunter 106. BALLARD, Todhunter 107. STONE, Irving 108. STONE, Irving 109. MOODY, Ralph 110. Fictioneers Meeting (with William Campbell Gault and possibly Richard Matheson) 111. Fictioneers Meeting (Les Savage in middle) 112. MOODY, Ralph 113. MOODY, Ralph 114. VAN VOGT, A.E. 115. ANDERSON, Poul 116. ANDERSON, Poul 117. ANDERSON, Poul 118. WILSON, Neal 119. Fictioneers Meeting (with possibly Richard Matheson).

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        IN COLD BLOOD. A True Account of a Multiple Murder And It's Consequences. Advance Copy

      New York: Random House, 1965. First edition. Paperback. A very good plus tight copy. Advance reading copy of the author's masterpiece, and basis for the black and white film directed by Richard Brooks that starred Scott Wilson and Robert Blake (documentary style). Perfect bound in the original dust jacket (first issue) with burgundy endpapers, as issued.

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        La Divina Commedia

      Istituto Poligrafico dello Stato, Roma 1965 - 3 Voll. in Folio. (mm 420x310); pagg. 150 (2), 5 carte bianche; 144, 2 carte bianche; 198. 100 tavole a colori applicate. Frontespizio in rosso e nero. Piena pelle coeva color nocciola, dorso con quattro nervi e titolo impresso in oro. Tiratura numerata: il nostro esemplare, n. 130 di 1000. Pubblicato dall'Istituto Poligrafico dello Stato nel VII Centenario della nascita di Dante Alighieri. Testo e sommari curati da Luigi Pietrobono. Miniature a colori scelte e commentate da Sergio Samek Ludovici. Bell' esemplare in barbe, lievi mende alla legatura e segni di abrasione ai piatti inferiori. Cofanetto rigido di custodia in tela chiara illustrata. letteratura.

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        IN COLD BLOOD [SIGNED]

      New York: Random House, 1965. Book Club Edition. 8vo., 343pp.; VG/VG; spine black with white label and black and maroon lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, very mild shelfwear, limited to corners, head and tail of spine; the dust jacket is price cut, has "1/66" on the bottom front flap. The back dust jacket flap says "Publishers of the American College Dictionary and the Modern Library", copyright page states first printing; the above points all indicate a first printing, however the lower rear back cover near the spine has a faint and hard to notice small debossed square. This marks the book as a BCE/BOMC; SIGNED flat on half-title page by Truman Capote; shelved case 2. Dupont.

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        In Cold Blood; a true account of a multiple murder and its consequences

      Random House, New York, [1965] - Very nice copy in slightly edge which has a few fairly minor chips and tears [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Bertram Rota Ltd]
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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. 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. Illustrated throughout by the author. First edition, first printing, with all the points of first issue, as per Younger and Hirsch. Younger and Hirsch 24. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        La Divina Commedia

      3 Voll. in Folio. (mm 420x310); pagg. 150 (2), 5 carte bianche; 144, 2 carte bianche; 198. 100 tavole a colori applicate. Frontespizio in rosso e nero. Piena pelle coeva color nocciola, dorso con quattro nervi e titolo impresso in oro. Tiratura numerata: il nostro esemplare, n. 130 di 1000. Pubblicato dall'Istituto Poligrafico dello Stato nel VII Centenario della nascita di Dante Alighieri. Testo e sommari curati da Luigi Pietrobono. Miniature a colori scelte e commentate da Sergio Samek Ludovici. Bell' esemplare in barbe, lievi mende alla legatura e segni di abrasione ai piatti inferiori. Cofanetto rigido di custodia in tela chiara illustrata.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s.]
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        The Naked Lunch

      Paris: Olympia, (1965). Paris: Olympia. (1965). Third printing of the original edition of his second book, one of the all-time great drug novels and a high spot of Beat and postwar American literature. Inscribed by the author to Bob Jackson in 1984. The price stamp on the rear cover has been partially removed. Rubbing to the spine and joints; near fine in wrappers without dust jacket, as issued (the second and third printings did not have the jacket). Softcover. Near Fine.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA ]
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        JEAN DUBUFFET

      Stefano De Luca, 1965. First edition. Quarto, 372pp, with additional unpaginated text in rear. Hardcover with dust jacket. Lacking slipcase. Includes vinyl record in original sleeve which is attached to rear paste-down end page. Bumping and shelf-wear. Dust jacket is encased in a protective mylar covering. Moderate edge-wear to jacket, including chipping to head edge and closed tears to spine. Top 5 inches of front board are cracked at spine. Front board has become separated from spine but remains attached at paste down end papers. Fly leaf has become detached but is laid in. Spine is cracked in several places. Text is in French. Includes numerous tipped-in color plates. Good copy only. NOTE: Due to size/weight of item, additional shipping fees may apply. LR CONSIGNMENT.Shelve:CASE #11Spine is black with white text. Dupont.

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        Les choses

      Julliard 1965 - - Julliard, Paris 1965, 11,5x20cm, broché. - 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. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Edition of the year of the original, fanciful mention of 78th thousand. Autograph dedication dated and signed by Georges Perec Maurice Thomas. Nice copy. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater

      Holt Rinehart Winston 1965 - A near fine first edition in a very good dust jacket. First Edition staed on the copyright page and original price of $4.95 still on front flap of dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [Scrapbook]: "It's a Dog's Life"

      Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1965. Near Fine. Quarto. Measuring 10" x 12". String-tied white glossy paper over boards with "Scrapbook" stamped in gilt on the front panel and a photo. Contains 148 color photographs measuring between 1" x 2.5" and 3.5" x 5" with captions as well as various related ephemera tipped in.A scrapbook laid out in children's book format kept by a poodle owner, Carmen Richmond writing under the pseudonym Mary S. Henderson, living in Kalamazoo, Michigan in the mid-1960s. The book is written from the perspective of the poodle, Andre Petite Choux, as it was told to Ms. Henderson and is broken up into chapters beginning with Andre's birth in the summer of 1965. Throughout the scrapbook the story of Andre and his owner are illustrated with snapshot photography, clippings, and various certificates and papers belonging to the family. The album continues with photos of Andre in his new home with "Mama Carmen" posing around the house and visiting his "grandmother's" house and meeting his "Uncle Vin." These photos show a happy puppy with his smiling family with captions reading, "at my grandmother's, I often like to pose for pictures," and "this is Bonny. She visited me in my pen." There are also a few letters and a collar from Andre and Carmen's French friend, Danielle, who expresses her friendship to the new puppy by giving him a "well deserved French Collar" adorned with rhinestones as he is "French, you know."One page reads, "Being French is both good and bad. My grandma doesn't punish me quite so much because I'm French and pedigree and expensive -- and (ho hum) cute. It's bad because I have to have haircuts." Another section discusses the problems Carmen was having with the puppy training process and how Andre was afflicted with, gasp, fleas! That page is illustrated with a hand drawn picture of what Andre thinks a flea might look like. After nine chapters the format gets a little less regimented and becomes less of a story and more of a scrapbook. There is a spot for Andre's baby tooth, which has since been lost, and photos of various family members playing with the puppy and dressing him in sweaters for the winter.An unusual collection of pet photographs in an unusual format.

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        The Naked Lunch

      Olympia, Paris 1965 - Third printing of the original edition of his second book, one of the all-time great drug novels and a high spot of Beat and postwar American literature. Inscribed by the author to Bob Jackson in 1984. The price stamp on the rear cover has been partially removed. Rubbing to the spine and joints; near fine in wrappers without dust jacket, as issued (the second and third printings did not have the jacket). [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA (Lopezbooks)]
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        Vivre Avec Picasso

      First French edition. Numerous photographic illustrations. 8vo. Original red printed wrappers, spine sunned and creased from reading, ink inscriptions & illustrations to front free endpaper & half title. 350pp. Paris, Calmann-Levy,

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        Kean Schlotter, Eberhard 1921-2014; Radierung; Serie: Druck der Josef-Gotthard-Bläschke-Presse 4

       1965. Auflage: 105 Exemplare 84 S., Ill. Fol. , goldgepr. Halbpergament, Bütten, ungeschnitten, in Schuber die Lithographien sind alle von E. Schlotter signiert; Edschmid, Kasimir 1890-1966; - von Schlotter und Edschmid signiertes, numeriertes (46) tadelloses Ex. Versand D: 6,00 EUR

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        HESIODI CARMINA RECENSUIT ALOISIUS RZACH EDITIO STEREOTYPA EDITIONIS TERTIAE (MCMXIII) ACCEDIT CERTAMEN QUOD DICITUR HOMERI ET HESIODI

      STUTTGARDIAE: B.G.TEUBNERI, 1965. RILEGATO. BUONO. 14 20. BIBLIOTHECA SCRIPTORUM GRAECORUM ET ROMANORUM TEUBNERIANA USATO

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        Ariel

      London: Faber & Faber, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First Edition, First Printing. Near Fine, in a Very Good+ dust jacket with price of 12s 6d net intact. Bumping to top corners. Foxing to endpapers, and faintly to edge of page block. Gilt stamping on spine remains very sharp and fresh. The dust jacket shows fading to spine and rear panel, with toning, foxing (primarily to verso) and light edge wear. A beautiful copy.

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        The Americans: The National Experience

      Random House, New York 1965 - First Printing of the First Edition. A Special Presentation Copy of Daniel J. Boorstin's The Americans, Signed by former President, George Bush, to his Son, Neil Bush. Hardcover, rebound in red leather with gilt titles, including the presidential seal in the middle of the front cover and "NEIL M. BUSH" at the bottom of the front cover, 8vo., 517 pages, with index. Inscribed by George H.W. Bush on a bookplate pasted onto the front free endpaper, dated 1991, along with a gold presidential seal and ribbon: "To Neil and Sharon Merry Christmas Devotedly your Dad, George Bush." From the personal collection of Neil and Sharon Bush and accompanied by a signed Letter of Authenticity from Sharon Bush. In very fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ANNALI DELLA SCUOLA NORMALE SUPERIORE DI PISA Serie II Vol XXXIV LETTERE, STORIA E FILOSOFIA

      PISA: SCUOLA NORMALE SUPERIORE DI PISA, 1965. BROSSURA. BUONO. 21 28. I II USATO

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        A Sense of Where You Are

      Farrar , Straus and Giroux, New York 1965 - A tight, very sharp copy of the 1965 stated 1st printing. Clean and VG+ (very light spotting at the panels, tiny indentations to the preliminaries) in a crisp, price-intact ("$3.75"), unusually nice example of the pictorial dustjacket, with no fading whatsover along the spine. The orange, which almost invariably fades at least to some degree, in this case is as strong and vibrant as the day the book was published and the dustjacket overall, which shows just a touch of rubbing to the front tips and the slightest bit of creasing at the spine crown, easily merits a Near Fine. 12mo, a very impressive copy of McPhee's seminal first book, in a remarkably bright dustjacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tashi. Le roman de celle qui epousa deux empereurs, (Nidai no Kisaki), (1140-1202). Tome 1-2. Tokyo, , [1965-69].

      Maison Franco-Japonaise - imited edition. 2 vols. 4to, xxx, 694; li, [697]-1586pp, recent cloth, No. 143 and 221 of 1000 copies [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A complete set of Aspen Magazine (nos. 1-10)

      Roaring Fork Press 1965-1971, New York - Aspen Magazine, a multimedia arts magazine published and edited by Phyllis Johnson and the Roaring Fork Press (NYC) from 1965-1971 showcased some of the most important movements in art, film and musical avant-garde. Editors and designers changed with each issue, which always came in a customised box or folder filled with booklets, posters, postcards, phonograph recordings. Designed by artists, this magazine was intended to showcase "culture along with play" and to "be a time capsule of a certain period, point of view, or person." It’s editors and contributors included Andy Warhol, Dan Graham, Eleanor Antin, Robert Morris, Marcel Duchamp, Marshall McLuhan, John Cage, Steve Reich, Carole Schnneemann, Yvonne Rainer, John Lennnon, Yoko Ono, John Furnival and Richard Serra among many others. This complete set includes: Aspen no. 1, ‘The Black Box’, 1965, Edited by Phyllis Johnson and designed by George Lois, Tom Courtos, and Ralph Tuzzo; Aspen no.2, ‘The White Box,’ 1966, Edited by Phyllis Johnson and designed by Frank Kirk and Tony Angotti; Aspen no. 3, ‘The Pop Art issue,’ December 1966, edited by Phyllis Johnson and designed by Andy Warhol and David Dalton; Aspen no. 4, ‘The McLuhan Issue’, Spring 1967, edited by Phyllis Johnson and designed by Quentin Fiore; Aspen no. 5+6, ‘The Minimalism Issue’, Fall/Winter 1967, edited and designed by Brian O’Doherty, with art direction by David Dalton and Lynn Letterman; Aspen no. 6A, ‘The Performance Art Issue’, Winter 1968-69, edited by Jon Hendricks with cover design by Ralph Ortiz; Aspen no. 7, ‘The British Issue’, Spring/Summer 1970, compiled and edited by Mario Amaya, designed by John Kosh, with cover design by Richard Smith; Aspen no. 8, ‘The Fluxus Issue’, Fall/Winter 1970-71, edited by Dan Graham, designed by George Maciunas; Aspen no. 9, ‘The Psychedelic issue’, Winter/Spring 1971, edited by Angus MacLise and Hetty MacLise; Aspen no. 10, ‘The Asia issue’, 1971, edited and published by Phyllis Johnson, design consultant Nori Sinoto (incomplete). All issues come in original customised boxes. This complete set includes the extremely rare no. 6A in Judson Church envelope that is usually missing from sets, as well as the rare issue no. 10, which was never properly issued. When it was being put together, the publishers knew that Aspen was finishing. As seen in many other copies of Aspen no.10, a couple of inserts are missing. Very rare to have these two issues in any form in a set. Overall condition: some wear to boxes and covers, contents mostly in near fine condition. We have not seen another set in better condition or more complete than this on offer over the last two years. More detailed listing and condition available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Heft 5; 37. Band. Gnomon. 1965. Kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte Klassische Altertumswissenschaft.

      C.H. Beck; Mchn., 1965. S. 434-528; 8°; kart.Gutes Ex.; minimale Gebrauchsspuren. - Mehrsprachig. - ISSN 0017-1417. // INHALT : H. J. METTE: Recherches de Papyrologie. 3 (darin: Menandri Sicyonius edd. Blanchard, Bataille). - Menandri Sicyonius, rec. Gallavotti; Ders., Nuovo Menandro. - Oguse/Schwartz, Quelques observations sur le Sicyonien de Ménandre. - Euangelinos, -- G. BINDER : U. Schmid, Die Priamel der Werte im Griechischen. -- C. GALLAVOTTI: Pindari Carmina cum Fragmentis, ed. Snell. 1*.23. -- D. KORZENIEWSKI : Pohlsander, Metrical studies in the lyrics of Sophocles. -- D. W. LUCAS : Euripide, I Cretesi, ed. Cantarella. -- K. v. FRITZ : Lasserre, The birth of mathematics in the age of Plato. -- H.-D. VOIGTLÄNDER: Hager, Die Vernunft und das Problem des Bösen im Rahmen der platonischen Ethik und Metaphysik. -- G. GAWLICK: Kleve, Gnosis theon. Die Lehre von der natürlichen Gotteserkenntnis in der epikureischen Theologie. -- G. W. BOWERSOCK: Millar, A study of Cassius Dio. -- R. A. KRAFT: Barthélémy, Les devanciers d\'Aquila. Premiere publ. intégrale du texte des fragments du \'Dodecapropheton\' trouvés dans le désert de Juda. -- H.-R. SCHWYZER: Clemens Alexandrinus. 23: Stromata 1-6, edd. Stählin/Früchtel. -- M. v. ALBSECHT : Ovidius, Briefe aus der Verbannung, edd. Willige/Luck. -- A. KRÄNZLEIN: Delekat: Katoche, Hierodulie und Adoptionsfreilassung. -- B. ANDREAE: Jucker, Das Bildnis im Blätterkelch. Geschichte und Bedeutung einer römischen Porträtform. -- VORLAGEN UND NACHRICHTEN. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Klassische Altertumswissenschaft; Zeitschrift

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        The Homecoming

      London: Methuen & Co, 1965. 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. Near fine / near fine.

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        CONFESSIONS OF A MAN INSANE ENOUGH TO LIVE WITH BEASTS

      Mimeo Press, Bensenville 1965 - One of 500 copies. The author's first book of prose, and the introduction to one Henry Chinaski, Bukowski's alter-ego. This copy is inscribed by Bukowski to Cert Secunda, and dated '8-14-66." With an original signed typescript poem titled "A Bottomless Joint On Sunset Near Western." This poem was published in 1969, in Stooge, #3. The publisher, Doug Blazek, announcing the book said, "it would be indecent to say something about Buk. Words do him no honor. the man himself is his greatest tribute." Krumhansl 17. A near fine copy in saddle-stitched wrappers, as issued [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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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. Slight wear to spine ends, light bumping to tips, dust jacket slightly faded, occasional ink marks throughout. A very good copy. Illustrated throughout by the author. First edition, first printing, with adverts on the jacket rear panel and flap and 295/295 price. Younger & Hirsch 41. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Hassebrauk, Ernst. - "Vase mit Blumenstrauß".

      - Mischtechnik / Aquarell, Gouache, Farbkreide & Tusche, auf weißem Karton, 1965-1970. Von Ernst Hassebrauk. 76,2 x 55,2 cm (Darstellung / Blatt). Verso in Bleistift signiert: "Hassebrauk". - Marginale Lagerspuren. Insgesamt sehr gut erhalten. Ernst Hassebrauk (1905 Dresden - 1974 Dresden). Oft fälschlich auch Ernst Hassebrauck. Deutscher Maler und Grafiker. 1925-27 Studium an der Kunstakademie Dresden. 1927-32 Studium der Philosophie und Kunstgeschichte an der Universität Leipzig. Parallel Studium an der Leipziger Kunstakademie bei Willi Geiger. 1947 Professur an der Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig (HGB). 1949 Entlassung aus dem Lehramt im Zusammenhang mit der Formalismusdebatte. 1958-60 Arbeit an den Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen in Dresden. Pflegte einen in seiner vitalen Farbigkeit und üppigen Strichführung neobarock anmutenden expressiven Realismus. Zahlreiche Ausstellungen und Publikationen. Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Human Relations Portfolio. Chaney, Goodman & Schwerner.

      New York: Kennedy Graphics, 1965. Distributed graphics by Alan Wofsy Fine Arts.(). Portfolio with three original silkscreen prints. Edition of 300 signed & numbered impressions. In a heavy paper portfolio with Shahn's signature reproduced on cover. Each print 22 x 17 inches. Meriden Gravure. Printed on Japan paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Printed page of text by Edwin Rosskam: "Chaney, Goodman & Schwerner". Prescott, 101-103. Numbers (numerator) match on all 3 prints. (See set with unmatched numbers at 04-1300.)

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