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        The Madrid Suite (Complete in Original Folio)

      Hollander Workshop, New York 1965 - Robert Motherwell (1915-1991) writes in the introduction to the set that he was inspired to do this series by his honeymoon in Madrid in 1958 with his then-wife, the artist Helen Frankenthaler (1928-2011). The texture of the plaster walls in their hotel presented an interesting surface on which to draw, making the lines appear like dots and reminiscent of Seurat. In creating this series, inspired by his time in Madrid, Motherwell was able to reproduce the feel of those drawings by using Hollander's plaster walls in the same way, drawing on lithographic transfer paper. An extremely rare edition of Motherwell's work, the lithographs were often broken up and sold individually. An important piece by the man who came up with the title "The New York School" which referred not only to him, but fellow abstract expressionist painters Philip Guston, Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, and Mark Rothko. [11] pp. Elephant Folio. Housed in custom brown linen folio with title pasted to front panel with Motherwell's name and initials also blind embossed to center of label. Interleaved with tissue; all lithographs, tissues, and folio case in pristine condition. Suite consists of ten (10) black & white lithographs printed on white Arches paper measuring 22" x 30". This is edition #31 of 100. Each lithograph is signed and numbered by Motherwell and includes the blind embossed logo of Irwin Hollander (the master-printer) in the lower right corner. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Artisan Books & Bindery, ABAA/ILAB]
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        The Autobiography of Malcolm X

      GROVE PRESS, NY 1965 - Dj yellowed at edges, rubbed cover, creased at spine edges, NOT price clipped. Light edge wear to book, good binding, clean body and unmarked interior. DATE PUBLISHED: 1965 EDITION: FIRST PRINTING 455 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Accident.

      London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1965. - First Edition of the author's most well known work. Octavo. Near fine in a near fine dust jacket that shows light wear. Inscribed by the author. Uncommon signed. Nicholas Mosley's brilliantly conceived novel about Oxford, marriage, and infidelity is also a study of the games people play. It is "[a] fascinating and original novel. . . . Technically, Accident is remarkable." (Times Literary Supplement) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        SOTHEBY SALES LONDON.

      1965 - I: 21-23 June 1965 nos. 1-694. II: 14-16 Nov. 1966 nos. 695-1590. III: 19-21 June 1967 nos. 1591-2243. IVth and final portion 6 Nov. 1967. Nos. 2244-2532. De-luxe-copies on better paper, with all 147 plates, with pricelists and indexes. Fine, later 3/4 brown maroc. * Menno Hertzberger's copy! WITH: V: Modern French Illus. Books and Bindings. 1970. nos. 2533-2634. Plates 148-209. Indexes. Orbds. VI: Modern English Bindings etc. 1970. nos. 2635-2861. Plates 210-216. Price-list. THE ABBEY MSS: VII: Forty-three MSS. 1970. 2862-2904. Plates 1-55. Pricelist. Bds. VIII: nos. 2905-2938. IX: The Hornby MSS II. 1975. 2939-2972. Plates 1-41. Pricelist. Bds. X: Thirty-four MSS. 1978. 2973-3006. Plates 1-32. Pricelist. Bds. XI and final sale: 1989. 3007-3050. With colourplates. With concordance of MSS. Pricelist. Bds.*Complete sets are rare!

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        IN COLD BLOOD

      Random House 1965 Wear, chipping, and open & closed tears to DJ. Previous owner's inscription to front free endpaper, which is slightly loose ; SIGNED by Capote to first blank page. The classic 'nonfiction novel' about a multiple murder and its aftermath ; 8vo; 343 pages

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        A Spaniard in the Works

      Cape, UK 1965 - 1st Edition 1965. A lovely example of Lennon's second book with his autograph/signed name to the endpaper. Very rare book to be signed and un-dedicated. John Lennon's autograph at the height of Beatle mania was very difficult to obtain. His previous book 'In His Own Write' had a signing session at Foyles in 1964 so the book appears more regular albeit as a reprint. He did not undertake any such commercial signing sessions for this book so they very rarely appear on the open market. Excellent provenance will be made available when purchased. Book is near fine and in lovely square tight condition. Nice sharp corners. A few very light foxing spots to odd pages. Pages very nice and clean. Never issued with a wrapper. A cracking example. More images can be taken upon request. Ref 9312 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Lasting Words Ltd]
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        Fuck You / A Magazine of the Arts Number 5 Volume 8

      New York: Fuck You Press, 1965. First edition. Paperback. Good +. The March 1965 issue of Ed Sander's mimeograph poetry magazine. The so-called "Third Anniversary Mad Motherfucker issue!" Cover by Andy Warhol removed as often seen. Otherwise a good to very good copy in thick side-stapled wrappers. The second to last issue of this poetry publication. Grope for Peace!!

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        DUTCH BOY PRESENTS COLOR SCHEMES From AMERICA'S LEADING HOME MAGAZINES. Ducth Boy Color Planning Book [Cover title]

      (n. p.):: National Lead Company,. (n. d.).. Elephant folio. 21" x 15". 1st printing, ca 1965. 56 pp.. Red & black heavy boards with screw post binding. Individualized firm name on cover: General Appliance and Hardware.. Light wear to binding, faint foxing at bottom edge of supplement. page. A VG example.. The Dutch Boy Paint Company, originally founded in 1907 by the National Lead Company, used this album to advertise and promote their line of products in stores where paint products were sold. Beneath every bright and cheerful illustration are specifics on paint shades, tones, color schemes and texture blending, and details on decorating techniques for dream homes. American advertising had mastered the art of selling "lifestyle" by the 1960s and this album depicts suburban living at its finest moment. Illustrations are taken directly from aricles in "Better Homes and Gardens" and "American Home". Many of the pictures are large enough to see fascinating period details of kitchenware, appliances, furniture, art, and decorative objects on sideboards and coffee tables. Most scenes are photographs but many illustrations are artists' renderings. The chatty text discusses ways to glamorize brick, update an old-fashioned white bathroom, use practical colors in areas such as "the lanai", decorate bedroom walls "to please youngsters", and create visually soothing tones in restful rooms. Exterior color is also promoted in artful ways. In many examples jauntily clad people are busy in their lovely homes cooking or arranging flowers, watching television or sitting neatly in their colonial armchairs surrounded by harmonized paint tones. The gracious life is clearly enhanced by the home color palettes depicted and explained in this practical guide. Includes a one page Color Gallery Supplement update of product information (bound in at front of album) and a two page guide: "Twelve Beautiful Ways to Finish Redwood" by the California Redwood Association, which shows close-up views of various paint stain, carpet, and curtain combinations. Rare trade catalogue from this well-known paint manufacturer. We find no copies listed on OCLC. . Pasted-down and tipped in color illustrations.

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        Eleven Poems

      Belfast: Festival Publications, 1965 First edition, first issue, with a nine-pointed purple sun illustration to the front cover, printed on laid watermarked paper. Original publisher's wrappers. An excellent copy, with a short closed tear to the spine head, light creasing to the front wrapper, some minor soiling to the wrappers, light pencil marking to the first poem, otherwise bright and clean pages. Overall, a near fine copy of an extremely scarce title, the author's first printed publication. Brandes & Durkan A1a. Housed in a custom box. Eleven Poems is Heaney's first published book of poetry, published privately by Festival Publications at the Queen's University of Belfast in Northern Ireland. Heaney attended Queen's University of Belfast as an undergraduate and graduate student, where he studied English literature and wrote poetry. After graduating, Heaney became associated with a group of young Belfast poets known as "The Group," an organization assembled by Queen's University lecturer Philip Hobsbaum. During this time, Heaney's poetry was being published by The Belfast Telegraph and The Irish Times. Fittingly, Heaney, who would come to be hailed as the greatest Irish poet since Yeats, and whose poetry is given "its distinctive strength" by "the acute observation of the [Irish] countryside and its people," released his first collection locally. Eleven Poems advertises the 1966 publication of Heaney's first major work Death of Naturalist by Faber and Faber, which would begin Heaney's long career of publishing award-winning poetry.. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine.

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        The Drought

      Jonathan Cape London: Jonathan Cape, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. First edition of this early science fiction novel by the author of The Drowned World. SIGNED by the author on the title page. A tight and clean near fine clothbound book in near fine unclipped dustwrapper. Signed by Author

      [Bookseller: Derringer Books, Member A.B.A.A. ]
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        A Way of Seeing: Photographs of New York by Helen Levitt with an essay by James Agee

      The Viking Press, New York 1965 - This is a first edition, first printing of the critically acclaimed photobook, A Way of Seeing: Photographs of New York published by The Viking Press, New York in 1965. A Way of Seeing was Helen Levitt¿s first published collection of photographs and features 50 incredible gravure plates of her pictures taken on the streets of Yorkville, Harlem and the Lower East Side. In The Photobook: A History, Martin Parr and Gerry Badger write, Levitt's photographs are beautiful--major underrated works. Like Henri Cartier-Bresson, she achieves a rare balancing act: her pictures have sentiment without being sentimental, always maintaining an objective distance.The casual observer of these pictures, dazzled by their poetry, could easily miss the harsher realities masked by the surface warmth and joie de vivre. The New York Times stated, Helen Levitt was the first American photographer to fully comprehend the essence of Henri Cartier-Bresson's photographic message and put it into practice. Like Cartier-Bresson, she understood how to combine intuition and intellect to forge sophisticated, lyrical compositions from commonplace events. Measuring approximately 7 inches x 9.5 inches, the book is oblong and bound in the original black cloth boards in a photographically illustrated dust jacket. The condition of the book is Near Fine+ with very minor age toning to the edges. The dust jacket is price clipped and in Near Fine condition with a bit of wear to the tips, a 1 inch crease on the upper right front corner, and very minor loss at the spine head. Overall, this is a gorgeous copy of an exceptional photobook classic. Cited in all three reference books on photobooks: The Book of 101 Books: Seminal Photographic Books of the Twentieth Century by Andrew Roth, The Photobook: A History by Parr and Badger, and The Open Book by Andrew Roth. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Way of Seeing; Photographs of New York

      New York: The Viking Press,, 1965. With an essay by James Agee. Oblong quarto. Original black cloth, titles to front cover and spine in white. Illustrated with 51 mainly full page photographs. Minor scuffs to book, dust jacket rubbed to corners, small chip to head of spine. First edition, first printing. These photographs were taken over a number of years, starting in the 1940s, Levitt and Agee planned the publication in 1950, five years before Agee's death.

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        THE CAPE FEAR

      Holt, Rinehart and Winston 1965 DJ with some rubbing and some holes, especially to DJ spine ; Extremely scarce. Review copy with promotion card laid-in. Including a very nice press agency illustration, showing a b&w map of the Southern States, mostly North Carolina. The Cape Fear has its name from the time when the explored the dangerous Frying Pan Shoals and the cape which protected the estuary, is the only river whose entire length, from its sources in the piedmont above Greensboro th the mouth below Wilmington, lies in the state of North Carolina; Rivers of America; 8vo - 8" to 9" tall; 340 pages

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        Plain Song

      W. W. Norton New York: W. W. Norton, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. First edition of the author's first book, a collection of poems. A near fine copy in olive green cloth in near fine price intact dustwrapper, but with typical Norton clip to lower edge of inside front flap. Very nice example of an important literary debut.

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        Dans l' Atelier

      Paris: Galerie Louise Leiris,, 1965. Aquatint and drypoint on Auvergne Richard de Bas paper. Plate size 22 x 32 cm. Sheet size 33 x 45 cm. Excellent condition. Edition of 50. Signed in pencil lower left by Picasso, numbered lower right.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Waging Peace; a personal account 1956 - 1961. (Volume two of The White House Years). SIGNED

      Garden City: Doubleday, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine with the slightest bump on lower fore edge corner./Near fine with only minor wear to extremities.. Bound in publisher's original navy blue cloth with cover presidential seal stamped in gold in front cover and spine stamped in black and gold. Laid in is a specially made bookplate depicting The White House that is signed by Eisenhower at the bottom. With the bookplate this is a very uncommon item designed for presentation.

      [Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A]
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        Swift and the Church of England

      Oxford Clarenden Press. Hardcover. Dust jacket condition: VG-. Text free of underlining, writing and highlighting. Jacket sunned at spine with just a touch of edgewear. SWIFT was an active churchman for more than forty years?and one of unusual prominence. To those who know him primarily in his other roles?literary genius, pamphleteer of Queen Anne's last ministry, and Irish patriot?and merely take for granted his clerical career, the scope and interest of this neglected aspect of his life may come as a surprise. Usiing many new documents and sources, Professor Landa has written a detailed account of Swift as a member of the Irish Establishment. The book relates Swift's rise from obscure cleric to Dean of St. Patrick's, his stormy relations with the Cathedral chapter, his struggle to defend church and clergy against designing prelates and laity. We ship our books in CorgiPack mailers except for unusually large books and multiple books orders. CorgiPack mailers are constructed with a B-flute corrugated fiberboard pad which provides cushioning and corner protection in transit. They're also 100% recyclable. We ship heavier items B-flute corrugated fiberboard or cartons. Your order will be on its way by the next business day! . Very Good. 1965.

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        Belles saisons, le poisson au coup de pied, midi sévère.

      Bibliophiles De Provence 1965 - In-4 ( 350 X 270 mm ) de 122 pages, en feuilles sous couverture de papier à fleurs naturelles du Moulin de Richard de Bas, emboitage decoré de l'Editeur. 22 lithographies originales en couleurs d'Eugène BABOULENE, dont 5 à double-page, 5 hors-texte et 12 dans le texte. Tirage unique à 195 exemplaires sur vélin de Rives ( Exemplaire nominatif N°120 ). Parfait état. ( MONOD 2976 ). illustrés-modernes Littérature

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        AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (ALS) TO POET EDWIN HONIG

      (Minneapolis), 3 October 1965. Letter. Fine in an envelope hand addressed by Berryman. On personal stationery addressed to the poet Edwin Honig at Brown University completely in Berryman's holograph and SIGNED by him at the conclusion. In full: "Congratulations, & thank you for, Survivals. I was v. much moved by some of the poems abt Charlotte and several others; but the truth is that I can't really read the book at present because I am working daily at my long poem [THE DREAM SONGS] and can't hear other people: to my shame be it said, I have a part-shelf of unacknowledged volumes. I'm sorry. I hope you & your handsome lady are happy near the Gristmill, which we loved, when I worked like a madman & where we hope to return one summer. Best, Yours, John Berryman.

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        Lettre autographe signée ("Votre Leonor").

      [Nonza, Corse, juillet 1965]. - 6 pp. in-4. Enveloppe affranchie. À Pierre Besse. Belle lettre d'amitié dans laquelle Leonor Fini exprime son inquiétude au sujet de ses chats confiés aux soins de Pierre Besse pendant son absence. "[.] Je suis impatiente de lire vos textes [.] Ici calme - soleil vrai - longues promenades à la nage. L'amie russe part mercredi [.] Elle ressemble à Marguerite [.] et donc il y a un certain ‚froid'. Rot vous expliquera - Rot vous aura raconté qu'il y a eu dans cet été mémorable, encore un mort, un ami de toujours - celui qui me poussa vers Paris - un être extraordinaire [.]". À qui elle doit à l'âge de 15 ans d'avoir lu Proust, Joyce, des romantiques allemands, Freud et Jung "[.] à un autre ami (tué par le nazi celui-là) - je devais Nietche [i. e. Nietzsche]. A la bibliothèque de mon oncle aussi - mais celui là les livres restaient objets [.] Mais Nella et ma mere ont repris leur Canasta [jeu de cartes], leurs visites aux environs de Syracuse [.] Les chats : je vous envie. Ici seulement Florine et Didi. 2 reines. Florine attrape des souris [.] et se précipite en " parlant " lorsque Hector tombe et se fait un peu mal dans l'escalier [.] A Paris, faites attention aux chats blancs. Il y a Héliodoro énorme aux yeux orange - Paloma aux yeux orange mroucek : œil orange un œil bleu - (paisible) et Belinda divine: aux yeux fragiles -elle adore l'eau [.] La Divine Edith arrive le jour que la Russe s'en va. Peut-être elle nous laissera vite? C'est si difficile toujours avec les femmes. Mes vrais amis ont toujours été les hommes [.]".

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        A Family Album.

      Introduction by President Lyndon Baines Johnson. Book is boldly signed in black ink by Lyndon B. Johnson on the front free end page (not on a bookplate). Illustrated with photographs of the Johnson family. Short biographical sketches of the prominent Johnson ancestors. 146 pages. Dust jacket still has an original price sticker on flap showing a price of $3.00 and the place of purchase, Burg's Corner, Stonewall, Texas. Burg's corner was a gift shop at the entrance to the LBJ Ranch and Park. The past owner, whose name and address is written on the back of the front cover, was a collector of Texas history books. He had this book signed for his collection. This book is very scarce signed. Dust jacket and book are in Fine condition. First Edition is stated on the copyright page. ISBN: B0006BN9N8. Book condition: Fine (F). Jacket condition: Fine (F). Binding is: Hardcover. Size is: 6 1/2 in. x 8 1/4 in. Signed by Lyndon Baines Johnson.

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        Love Poems (Tentative Title) (Inscribed)

      New York: Tibor De Nagy, 1965. First edition. Paperback. Good +. Square octavo. From the trade edition of five hundred copies. Affectionately INSCRIBED by O'Hara to his friend Morris Golde. Golde was a friend and patron of many of the New York School poets and artists including Joe Brainard, Clayton Eshleman, O'Hara, Larry Rivers, Alex Katz and many more. Sadly, it was while staying at Golde's summer home on Fire Island that O'Hara perished in a dune buggy accident. This copy of Love Poems in good condition with some ink stains to covers. Internally clean and unmarked. Part of the publisher's series of handsomely designed paperbound books featuring various New York School contributors. Books inscribed by O'Hara are not common in the marketplace. A poignant association copy.

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        LIFE AND SHEPHERD: Publishers for the People

      The Shoe String Press Inc. 1965 - Illustrated! Has underlining but I am not sure if this was what was published or added by previous owner, otherwise no marks or writings, binding sound. Upper corners bent. Very mild shelf wear. Smoke free and shipped in box. More images upon request. 306 pp [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Joe Gould's Secret

      New York: Viking Press, 1965. Signed by Joseph Mitchell boldly on title page. Joe Gould was a legendary Greenwich Village Bohemian and bum. Made into a noted movie in 2000. Book is water stained on the top edge with foxing to front and rear endpapers. Dust jacket shows slight appearance of previous dampness but still not a bad copy.. Signed by Author. 1st. Cloth and Boards. VG-/VG-. Octavo.

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        Divina Commedia. Codex Altonensis. Herausgegeben von der Schulbehörde der Freien und Hansestadt Hamburg durch Hans Haupt. Vollfaksimile mit zahlreichen, teils farbigen Abbildungen und Komentarband mit Beiträgen von Hans Haupt, Hans Ludwig Scheel und Bernhard Degenhart und zahlreichen Abbildungen. 2 Bände in OPappschuber komplett !,

      Berlin, Gebr. Mann Verlag, 1965 - 4°, 145 Blatt Faksimile; 126 S. Kommentar. Großformatige Orig.-Leinenbände mit goldgeprägten Leder-Rückenschildchen und blindgeprägten Vorderdeckeln in OPappschuber - sehr guter Zustand - 1965. Eins von 550 numerierten Exemplaren (gesamt 600) - Das vorliegende Exemplar trägt die Nummer 337. Die im Lichtdruckverfahren faksimilierte, prächtig illustrierte Pergamenthandschrift des 14. Jahrhunderts aus dem Besitz der Bibliothek des traditionsreichen Gymnasiums Christianeum in Hamburg-Altona erschien anläßlich des 700. Geburtstages Dante Alighieris. a79072 Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 4100 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Crucifix in a Deathhand New Poems, 1963-1965

      Loujon/ Lyle Stuart, 1965. First printing. With etchings by Noel Rockmore. A Loujon Press award book. One of 3, 100 signed copies, dated (in pink) 3-20-65. Very good wth cover faded, torn/frayed at bottom of spine fold. Wraparound band has several small tears, edgewear. 101+ pp., wraps. First Edition. Dustjacket: No Jacket, Soft Cover. Book condition: Very Good

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        The Lord of the Rings - Box Set Comprising The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers and The Return of the King.

      HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY, BOSTON 1965 - Set includes: "The Fellowship of the Ring", "The Two Towers, and "The Return of the King"; all 3 books are in very good dust jackets with mylar protection, covers have impressed color design of the Eye of Sauron, with the spines having the title in gilt lettering, there is an "X" written in pen on spine above each title; books are in a black box with one open side revealing the titles of the books; while the books are in new condition the box has some rubbing to the corners, the black of the box is fading slightly (dusty); red applied cover with gold lettering on box. DATE PUBLISHED: 1965 EDITION: SECOND EDITION MULTI-VOLUME VERY GOOD. JACKET: VERY GOOD DJ [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Endosymbiosis of Animals With Plant Microorganisms

      Interscience Publishers / John Wiley 1965 - English version hardcover. This is an ex-library book with the usual markings. Otherwise, the book is near very good with shelfwear and a ding to the bottom of the back cover The mylar protected dust jacket is missing its inner flaps and is otherwise good plus with rubbing and edgewear. A nice example of a very scarce resource. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Eleven Poems

      Belfast: Festival Publications 1965 - First edition, first issue, with a nine-pointed purple sun illustration to the front cover, printed on laid watermarked paper. Original publisher's wrappers. An excellent copy, with a short closed tear to the spine head, light creasing to the front wrapper, some minor soiling to the wrappers, light pencil marking to the first poem, otherwise bright and clean pages. Overall, a near fine copy of an extremely scarce title, the author's first printed publication. Brandes & Durkan A1a. Housed in a custom box. Eleven Poems is Heaney's first published book of poetry, published privately by Festival Publications at the Queen's University of Belfast in Northern Ireland. Heaney attended Queen's University of Belfast as an undergraduate and graduate student, where he studied English literature and wrote poetry. After graduating, Heaney became associated with a group of young Belfast poets known as "The Group," an organization assembled by Queen's University lecturer Philip Hobsbaum. During this time, Heaney's poetry was being published by The Belfast Telegraph and The Irish Times. Fittingly, Heaney, who would come to be hailed as the greatest Irish poet since Yeats, and whose poetry is given "its distinctive strength" by "the acute observation of the [Irish] countryside and its people," released his first collection locally. Eleven Poems advertises the 1966 publication of Heaney's first major work Death of Naturalist by Faber and Faber, which would begin Heaney's long career of publishing award-winning poetry. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Weeds and Wild Flowers, Some Irreverant Words

      The Two-Horse Press, London 1965 - pp. vi, 55 + suite of 11 wood-engravings. Quarter green cloth over yellow Tatsumaki Japanese handmade paper covered boards with gilt titles on spine, spine very slightly sunned, contents clean and bright, main volume illustrated with 3 full page and 8 smaller wood engravings by George Mackley, number 132 of an edition of 250 copies signed by the artist and with a portfolio in matching binding containing a suite of 11 additional wood engravings by George Mackley, both volumes with glassine wrappers. A near fine set in it's original slipcase which is a little rubbed in places. Heavy item, may incur additional shipping costs for international delivery., 4to 11" - 13" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Dans l' Atelier.

      Paris: Galerie Louise Leiris, 1965 - Excellent condition. Aquatint and drypoint on Auvergne Richard de Bas paper. Plate size 22 x 32 cm. Sheet size 33 x 45 cm. Edition of 50. Signed in pencil lower left by Picasso, numbered lower right. Bloch 1216, Baer 1198.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Made to Trade

      Phantom Books, 1965. Softcover. Good/n/a. Paperback Original. Good - Very Good condition. NOTE: shipping is less than stated in our shipping matrix for all our Pulp Paperbacks. Please contact us for a quote or alternatively we will reduce postage on purchase to correct amount.

      [Bookseller: Anulios Books]
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        The Man With the Golden Gun

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1965. Octavo. Original black boards, titles to spine gilt, gun device to upper board gilt, patterned endpapers. With the dust jacket. Housed in black quarter morocco solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Spine slightly rolled, a few light spots to edges and a mild stain to lower margin of the first few leaves; otherwise a superb copy in excellent condition, in the very lightly rubbed price-clipped jacket, somewhat spotted to verso but presenting very nicely. First edition, first impression, the first state binding with the gun device blocked in gilt on the upper board: the scarcest issue of any of the James Bond books. In keeping with the design of the other Bond titles an appropriate device was stamped onto the upper board - in this case, a golden gun. However for reasons either of expense or practicality this was abandoned very early in the binding run. Copies with the gun therefore constitute the first state and are very uncommon.

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        The Man With The Golden Gun.

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1965. - First edition with the golden gun embossed on the front boards. Reportedly only 150 copies were printed. Octavo, original black cloth. An excellent near fine copy in a near fine dust jacket. A very bright copy of the rare first state binding. Made into the 1975 film of the same title starring Roger Moore as Bond, with an all-star cast which included Christopher Lee, Britt Ekland, Maud Adams and Hervé Villachaize. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Man with the Golden Gun

      Jonathan Cape, London 1965 - HARDBACK - A fine book, free of any previous owner names or Inscriptions, in a fine price clipped dust wrapper. The wrappers colours are very fresh with no toning to the spine. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Aristos

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1965. A self-portrait in ideas. Octavo. Original blue boards, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. A little spotting to endpapers and edges of text block. A very good copy in the spotted jacket with slightly faded spine panel. First edition, first impression.

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        Nerve (Uncorrected Proof of the First UK Edition)

      London: Michael Joseph, 1965. First Edition. UNCORRECTED PROOF, preceding the First Edition. Very Good in plain brown wrappers as issued. Spine lean and some vertical wrinkling to same. Generic bookplate SIGNED by the author laid in (i.e., not attached). A very presentable copy of the earliest state of this title.

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        The Autobiography of Malcolm X

      New York: Grove Press,, 1965. With the Assistance of Alex Haley. Introduction by M. S. Handler. Epilogue by Alex Haley. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. 16 pages of illustrations from photographs. Edge of upper board a little faded. An excellent copy in the lightly rubbed jacket with a few short splits. First edition, first printing of the influential biography that was Alex Haley's first book. Haley met Malcolm X in 1960 when he interviewed him for a piece on the Nation of Islam in the Reader's Digest, of which Haley was then senior editor. They met again when Haley interviewed the activist for Playboy, and the present book was based on a series of over 50 interviews between 1963 and Malcolm X's assassination in February 1965.

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        Program]: Newport Folk Festival July 22-25, 1965

      Newport Folk Foundation, New York 1965 - First edition. Quarto. 64pp., illustrated. Stapled illustrated wrappers. Neat owner's name on front wrap, some soiling and faint stains on the wrappers, very good or better. Extensive program with several articles including one by Bob Dylan, "Off The Top of My Head." Uncommon program for the landmark festival at which Dylan "went electric" to great controversy. Other performers included Richard (or here styled "Dick") and Mimi Farina, Joan Baez, Peter, Paul and Mary, Pete Seeger, Odetta, Gordon Lightfoot, Donovan, Mississippi John Hurt, Son House, and many other greats. The cover art is by Jonathan Shahn, son of Ben Shahn and a folk musician in his own right. *OCLC* locates no copies. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Face of Washington Square [Signed]

      Yuyu Do, Japan 1965 - Softcover book with original dustjacket and band (obi) housed in original white boards slipcase. Signed by Watanabe with a dedicated name on the flyleaf. The jacket and the slipcase are sunburned. Especially the latter has some foxed or stained spots and also has 5cm bruise. However the plates inside still keep good conditions; almost no rubbed spot. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Ariel

      London: Faber and Faber,, 1965. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. An excellent, fresh copy in the dust jacket with faintly toned spine panel and a tiny crease to the lower panel. First edition, first impression. A beautiful copy, uncommon in such nice condition.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Picasso. Le Peintre et son Modèle. Secrets d'alcôve d'un atelier / Texte de Hélène Parmelin

      Paris : Éditions Cercle d'Art 1965 - ~ 1 lithographie originale couleur (23x27cm), 1 lithographie originale en noir (23x27cm), 118 clichés et 18 photo-vignettes en couleurs, tous contrecollés. Les 2 lithographies tirées par Fernand Chenot, les clichés de Steiner a Bâle ~ Reliure de Bonet-Madin en cartonnage toilé, sous chemise illustrée ~ 187p+6f ~ 31x29x4cm. ~ Jaquette salie et défraîchie (mais réparée). Bel exemplaire ~ Heavy item, circa 2.6 Kg. Extra postage costs may apply (please ask for quotation before ordering, clicking on the "Ask Bookseller a Question" button to be found below) ~ LANGUAGE: Français / Additional images available/ [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Autograph manuscript signed: Julius Robert Mayer:Die Entdeckung des Gesetzes der Erhaltung der Energie

      1965. Gerlach, Walther (1889-1979). Julius Robert Mayer: Die Entdeckung der Erhaltung der Energie. Autograph Manuscript Draft, signed. 4-1/3 pp., written in pencil and ballpoint pen on rectos of 5 sheets; sheets stapled together in upper left corner. Munich, January 21, 1965. 300 x 212 mm. Creased where previously folded, very slight wear and soiling. Very good. English translation included.Draft of Gerlach's lecture commemorating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Julius Robert Mayer, one of the founders of the principle of the conservation of energy-the first law of thermodynamics. Gerlach, "contributed to many experimental topics, especially the ones connected with radiation and quantum theory (e.g. together with Alice Golsen, he determined the pressure of light quantitatively); he made important contributions to the development of modern methods of chemical spectral analysis, the physics of the (technical) magnetization curve, and measurements on artificial and natural radioactivity" (Mehra & Rechenberg, I, p. 436). He is best known as one of the discoverers of the Stern-Gerlach effect (1922), by which Otto Stern and Gerlach demonstrated the empirical validity of Sommerfeld's spatial quantization; i.e., the discrete orientation in space of electronic orbits. The effect is created by passing an atomic beam of silver atoms through a magnetic field of strong inhomogeneity, which splits the silver beam into two separate beams. "This result then proved space quantization as well as once again confirming the existence of stationery states. However, it also went far beyond the Bohr-Sommerfeld theory, as Einstein and Paul Ehrenfest demonstrated by their calculation of the time needed by the silver atoms to be oriented in the two directions: they estimated a time for the (classical) magnetic interaction of 1011 s, in contrast to the observation-which gave a time of less than 10-4 s. Thus one of the bases of the existing atomic theory broke down" (Twentieth Century Physics I, pp. 164-65).The energy-conservation principle was arrived at more or less simultaneously in the mid-19th century by a number of scientists, the most important being Helmholtz, Joule and Mayer, but Mayer was the first, as Helmholtz acknowledged, to articulate a general law of energy conservation. Gerlach's lecture gives a brief history of Mayer's discovery and its reception:The law of conservation of energy, first understood empirically by [Mayer], is the fundamental principle of rational natural science and technology. It can be stated that the entire area of natural science research is governed by the validity of the energy law throughout the inanimate and animate world, through the macro- and micro-cosmos, through the technical utilization of apparent matter such as the insight into elementary particles, through cosmic processes, and within living cells. . . .It is thus no coincidence that Mayer as well as Helmholtz, who established the energy theorem five years after [Mayer] in his writings on the conservation of force, making use of the same considerations, but with different motivation, came not from physics but from physiology. In it the picture of a life force dominated, even though it was perceived as being unsatisfactory, which was supposed to control processes in the organic realm, as mechanical force did in inanimate nature. After unfavorable experiences with "natural philosophy", that blurry mixture, physicists rejected generalizations and extrapolations for fear of allowing it [natural philosophy] back in again. Therefore, Poggendorff also did not print Helmholtz, in the Annalen der Physik, and Helmholtz said in 1854 that Robert Mayer was the first one who had dared to state such a general law. . . .In 1842 Mayer calculated the mechanical equivalent of heat from the Dulong-Petit experiments, and with it the low efficiency of the steam engine, whose principle of operation he was the first to explain correctly through the consumption of heat as the equivalent of the work produced, . . .Mayer's accomplishment was not recognized for a long time. Helmholtz, and Joule as well, rejected his arguments, unjustly criticized the calculation of the heat, and unqualified individuals ridiculed him in public. Only Clausius quoted Mayer's first work and the equivalent as a first principle of his thermodynamics in 1850. But at that time Mayer became seriously mentally ill. Only now did the energy law establish itself in the thought process of natural science. The Basel chemist Schoenbein referred to Mayer's accomplishment in 1858, and Justus Liebig praised him as the father of the greatest discovery of the century. A rapid sequence of the highest honors then followed. How Robert Mayer arrived at his idea-some kind of a brainstorm on his trip to Surabaya in the summer of 1840-and even more how the self-taught physicist found the decisive experiments in the literature that were needed for his new concept, how he properly described the steam engine quantitatively, against all [prevailing] opinions-all this belongs to the mysteries about which Johannes Kepler said: "It seems to me that the paths by which men come to understand heavenly things are almost as remarkable as the nature of these things themselves."Offered with Gerlach's manuscript is a copy of Alwin Mittasch's Kraft-Leben-Geist: Eine Lese aus Robert Mayers Schriften (1942), published to commemorate the centennial of Mayer's discovery of the law of energy conservation.

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