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        ALL THE ASSHOLES IN THE WORLD AND MINE - SIGNED WITH ARTWORK

      Bensenville, IL: Open Skull Press, 1966. First Edition. One of ca.400 copies. Slim octavo (21.5cm); mimeographed sheets stapled into card wrappers illustrated by the author; [32]pp. While not called for, this copy has been signed by the author on the first blank page, above a half-page illustration of a man chasing a large-breasted woman under the sun. A Fine copy. A humorous, early foray into prose, chronicling (in painful detail) the account of the author's hemorrhoid operation and hospitalization, which kept him away from work for several months. Uncommon signed. Krumhansl 23; Dorbin A10.

      [Bookseller: Captain Ahab's Rare Books]
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        Le Tombeau de L'Histoire.

      Neuchâtel: Baconnière,, 1966. Octavo. Original wrapper, title to spine and front cover. With original glassine jacket. Covers slightly faded, a little bit of rubbing to extremities, a few spots on edges. A very good copy. First edition, first printing, presentation copy. This copy is inscribed by the author to Lucien Rebatet (1903-1972), author of Les Deux étendards, on a front blank flyleaf.

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        Sven Dalsgaard: Kunstnerbog/Artist's Book 1966.

      Kunstnerbog i form af bog-objekt, bygget op over elementer fra talrige sammenhænge (bl.a. Sven Dalsgaard Selvbiografi (1966) og Louisiana Revy om Yves Klein), København 1966. 20,5x20,5 cm. 15 opslag, udført som collage med indsatte genstande (for eksempel blå kuvert og gummibånd). Med håndskrevne tekster og titler. Signeret og dateret på bagomslaget: Sven Dalsgaard 1966. Velbevaret. * Unikum. Tour-de-force gennem Dalsgaards koncept- og billedverden anno 1966 med stolen, aftryk af røde læber, den blå farve samt kunstnerens egen person som centrale elementer.

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        MARTIAL RAYSSE.

      Alexander Iolas Gallery. Paris, Roma, New York, (senza data, 1966). Cari amici Martial Raysse Galeria Jolas Milano. Album con due anelle cromate, cm. 21x27; copertina in cartone. 16 cartoncini con interventi, aggiunta di fogli, ritagli ecc. Libro d'artista costruito da M. Raysse. Axs

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        Styx: bulletin skupiny Lacoste [Styx: bulletin of the Lacoste group], no. 1

      Brno, 1966. Folio (30 × 21.5 cm). Original side-stapled wrappers with typewritten title and small original watercolor illustration; 38 pp. of mimeographed typescript, with small photographic prints, and and [3] leaves of original photographs. Last three leaves detached from staples; upper spine extremity split; still a rather good copy of a fragile publication. First issue of the rare surrealist samizdat journal Styx, issued in Czech with partial translations into French, from 1966 to 1969. The preface states that "bureaucratic hurdles" prevented the publication of a fully illustrated, offset-printed volume showcasing the art and writing of the Lacoste group, a Brno-based association of surrealist artists. In lieu of the former, this first issue of Styx can be considered Lacoste's manifesto: it includes a survey detailing the members' definitions of the movement, their key influences, and thinly-veiled questions about surrealism's role in a repressive political environment. A short "sociological" study explicitly mentions ways in which surrealism survives in Czechoslovakia despite the state's official stance against it. Also included are poetic texts, an experimental surrealist play, Pajurek's photo-illustrated lyrical "found dictionary" and a list of visual works, accompanied by seven photographic prints (four more showing work by Frantisek Deák were apparently removed by the editors, because he had left the group in August 1966). This is no. 60 of 98 numbered copies, signed by all four authors, and inscribed to Danish artist Henny Kjer. All in all, five numbers were issued (numbered 1-7, but with nos. 2 and 5 never published). The print runs ranged from 98 to 128 copies. A very uncommon glimpse into one of the various ways surrealism survived in post-war Czechoslovakia, along with the activities of Skupina Ra and other groups. Not in KVK, OCLC. The only institutional holdings we can find are at the Centre Pompidou.

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        The Living White House

      National Geographic Society 1966 - 143pp, gilt lettering on spine, gilt leafs, green leather cover. Minor rubbing on top of spine. Limited edition of 100 books produced for Mrs. Lady Bird Johnson in 1966. Signed by Lady Bird Johnson on limitation page with the following inscription: "For Johannah Hill - with high hopes for your years ahead and loving congratulations - Lady Bird Johnson - May 29, 1976." A scarce item. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Fellowship of the Ring (Revised Edition First Printing)

      George Allen & Unwin, Ltd.. Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. 1966. Revised Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Hardcover. 1966. George Allen & Unwin. 423 pages. First Printing of the Revised Edition. Map present in back. Book has only slight shelfwear, else FINE condition. Dust Jacket light wear and scuffing to back panel, else Very Good Plus. First Printing with final corrections by Tolkien. Dust Jacket price clipped. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 423 pages .

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        Fontana Galleria La Polena

      Manifesto stampato in occasione della mostra di Fontana nell'ottobre del 1966, con la geniale realizzazione grafica di A.G. Fronzoni che rievoca il " taglio" nel titolo della mostra.

      [Bookseller: Librisenzadata rari antichi riviste d'ep]
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        The Thursday books.] Here Comes Thursday; Thursday Rides Again; Thursday Ahoy!; Thursday in Paris.

      London: George G. Harrap & Co, Ltd, 1966-68-69-71 - 4 works, octavo. Here Comes Thursday: original blue cloth, title to spine in black, vignette of mouse to front cover in black; Thursday Rides Again: original pale green cloth, title to spine in blue, vignette of mouse to front cover in blue; Thursday Ahoy!: original red-brown cloth, title to spine in white, vignette of mouse to front cover in white; Thursday in Paris: original buff cloth, title to spine in brown, vignette of mouse to front cover in brown. All with the dust jacket. Edges slightly toned, spines of Thursday in Paris and Thursday Rides Again toned. An excellent set in the lightly creased dust jackets, occasional wear to edges, short closed tear to rear panel joint of Thursday Ahoy! First editions, first impressions, presentation copies, all inscribed by the author on the front free endpapers to a Hungarian couple who influenced, in part, Bond's portrayal of Paddington Bear's best friend. The recipients, Barbara and Etele, worked with the author at the BBC Monitoring Service at Caversham Park after the Second World War. Bond noted that "at that time Caversham Park was staffed almost entirely by refugees: Russian and Polish people and different nationalities My Paddington Bear books also had a character who was a Hungarian refugee – Mr Gruber" (BBC interview, 13 February 2012). The character of Mr Gruber, a Notting Hill antique dealer, was Paddington's great friend in the series. Bond stayed closely in touch with Etele and Barbara for many years after he left Caversham. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Ariel: Poems

      New York: Harper & Row, 1966. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First Edition, First Printing. Review copy, with publisher's slip loosely laid in. Near Fine, in a Very Good dust jacket with price intact. Light strip of sunning to to edge of cloth, mainly at spine. The dust jacket shows toning and soiling. The review slip shows a small strip of toning to the top edge and light curve at the left edge. A very lovely copy, rare with publisher's review slip laid in.

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        Norwood

      New York: Simon and Schuster, 1966. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. 190 p. Very Good+ in Very Good jacket. Clean pages and sturdy binding. Small coffee stains on fore edge and margin of page 148, else fine. No orange or yellow remainder spray. Jacket has a tear in the bottom of the front panel, some rubbing, small chips at extremities, price intact. A nice copy.

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        Nova Express

      Jonathan Cape, London 1966 - The first British edition. Inscribed by the author, again for Richard Aaron. Slight softening to the spine ends; faint foxing to the edge of the text block; very near fine in a fine dust jacket. Uncommon signed, and a good association. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        ANNALI DELLA SCUOLA NORMALE SUPERIORE DI PISA Serie II Vol XXXV

      PISA: SCUOLA NORMALE SUPERIORE DI PISA, 1966. BROSSURA. BUONO. 21 28. I II USATO

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        CARMINA

      MONDADORI, 1966. ITALIANO 0,75 Volume raccolto in elegante cofanetto con nastro blu per facilitare la fuoriuscita del libro. Sovraccoperta con alette scurita al dorso. Cifre a matita alla quarta. Lieve ingiallimento delle pagine che risultano leggere, scorrevoli, nitide. Ritratto in nero del Pascoli all'antiporta protetto da carta velina. Titolo in rosso al frontespizio. Piano dell'opera: "Carmina" a cura di Maria Soror e "Poesie latine" a cura di Manara Valgimigli. Testi a fronte in latino. In allegato al risguardo posteriore, documenti manoscritti dell'epoca. USATO

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        Death Of A Doxy

      New York: Viking Press, 1966. 8vo (8'1/2" x 5-1/2"). 186pp.Inscribed (7/1/74) on the half-title by author. Includes two sentence TLS (6/22/74) which apparently refers to a previous letter (already replied to) and inquiring about his signing autographs. Scan of letter available upon request. Text block tight and unmarked. Unclipped DJ in Mylar with "peek-a-boo" upper panel hole intact. Upper corner of lower panel worn, 1/8" tear to tail of lower panel, light fraying to head of spine. Near fine / very good +.

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        ALBO DEI MEDICI-CHIRURGHI ANNO 1966

      L. CAPPETTA, 1966. ITALIANO 0,4 Interessante Albo dell'ordine dei medici chirurghi di Capitanata in brossura morbida, lievemente scolorita ai margini, con segni di inchiostro al piatto anteriore ed impurità varie alla quarta. Lieve ingiallimento dei tagli con piccole macchie di inchiostro. Segni minimi di impurità al frontespizio. Pagine spaziose, nitide, con tabelle di inserimento dati in nero. In allegato "L'aggiornamento dell'albo" in esame. USATO

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        IL VOCABOLARIO DELLA LINGUA LATINA

      LOESCHER, 1966. ITALIANO 2,05 Volume redatto con la collaborazione di A. Brambilla e G. Campagna. Pagine ottimamente conservate, bianche, terse. Segni a penna sui tagli. Coperta in tela gialla, con titoli al dorso. Quest'ultimo si presenta parzialmente distaccato dal capitello. Sovraccoperta con alette logorata e strappata alle bordature con lieve ingiallimento al dorso. USATO

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        Death of a Naturalist.

      London: Faber and Faber, 1966 - Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spine in gilt. With the dust jacket. Occasional foxing and a couple of pencil marks internally. An excellent copy in the slightly toned dust jacket, spine ends scuffed. First edition, first impression. Signed by the author on title page, this is Heaney's first collection of poems to be published in book form. Brandes & Durkan A2a. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Modigliani

      Fabbri - Skira, 1966. ITALIANO 0,53 Legatura editoriale in tela, con titolo al dorso. Sovracoperta illustrata conalette, con alcuni strappi. Pagine in buono stato. Ricco di tavole pittoriche a colori, applicate alle pagine. Traduzione dal francese di Giovanni D' Andrea. USATO

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        A CHOSEN WORLD

      Agoura, CA: Pad Library, 1966. Paperback. Light shelfwear. Very good. 156pp.+ads. A gay erotic novel. Painted back cover, by Corley (he painted his own covers), of man at a typewriter. This was his first novel. 'From the depths of his frustrated emotions, a young man outs into this classic tome, his innermost conflicts of... his CHOSEN WORLD. In this desperate search for understanduing and to be understood... he bares the hidden recesses of his mind and his life.. AS A HOMOSEXUAL. PL524.

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        AGENDA ITALIANA DELL'ALIMENTAZIONE APPETIBILITA DEI CIBI PIU IGIENE DELLA MENSA

      EDITORIALE FENARETE, 1966. ITALIANO 0,44 Delizioso volume con copertina illustrata con un dipinto di Pieter Brueghel. Quarta con becca all'angolo superiore. Buon custodimento delle pagine, con moltitudine di immagini fotografiche a colori fuori testo ed altre in bianco e nero nel testo. Tagli lievemente fioriti, così come le prime e le ultime pagine del manuale. USATO

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        Death of a Naturalist

      London: Faber and Faber,, 1966. Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spine in gilt. With the dust jacket. Occasional foxing and a couple of pencil marks internally. An excellent copy in the slightly toned dust jacket, spine ends scuffed. First edition, first impression. Signed by the author on title page, this is Heaney's first collection of poems to be published in book form.

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        Wine

      London: Thomas Nelson, 1966. Full Leather. Very good. London: Thomas Nelson, 1966. Full Leather. One volume. Quarto, First Edition. Wine by Hugh Johnson. How its made Red Table Wine, White Table Wine, Aperitifs Sherry-Champangne other sparkling wine, and vineyard from the world Europe, France, Burgundy, Bordeaux, The Rine and Moselle, Northern California and South-east Australia. Photogravures illustrations throughout. Bound in full striking red crushed morocco, covers and spine composed of scrolling interlacing tendrils and leaves gilt, gilt title, all edges gilt, decorative endpaper, gilt turn-ins, original cover- wrapper bound into the rare of book.

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        Isidoro e Lucrezio I. - Le fonti dei capitoli De Tonitruo e De Fulminibus del De Natura Rerum e delle Origines - Estratto dalle Memorie della Accademia Patavina di SS. LL. AA. Classe di Scienze Morali, Lettere ed Arti - Vol. LXXVIII (1965-66)

      Società Cooperativa Tipografica - Padova, 1966. INTERLINGUE 0,13 Buono stato, coperta in cartoncino, scritta ex libris su piatto anteriore, tracce di sporco, lieve ammaccatura, tagli appena bruniti, pagine ben conservate. Estratto dalle Memorie della Accademia Patavina di SS. LL. AA. Classe di Scienze Morali, Lettere ed Arti - Vol. LXXVIII (1965-66). I volume della collana Isidoro e LUcrezio. Lingue: Italiano, Latino. USATO

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        Nights and Days

      Atheneum, New York 1966 - First edition, hardcover issue. Fine in attractive near fine dustwrapper with some old tape shadows inside the jacket and a small shadow ion the rear flap from an ill-advised jacket protector. Advance Review Copy with publisher's slip laid in. Nicely Inscribed to another noted American poet: ". ever fondly - Jimmy.". A very nice copy of this National Book Award winner. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Wine

      Thomas Nelson, London 1966 - London: Thomas Nelson, 1966. Full Leather. One volume. Quarto, First Edition. Wine by Hugh Johnson. How its made Red Table Wine, White Table Wine, Aperitifs Sherry-Champangne other sparkling wine, and vineyard from the world Europe, France, Burgundy, Bordeaux, The Rine and Moselle, Northern California and South-east Australia. Photogravures illustrations throughout.Bound in full striking red crushed morocco, covers and spine composed of scrolling interlacing tendrils and leaves gilt, gilt title, all edges gilt, decorative endpaper, gilt turn-ins, original cover- wrapper bound into the rare of book. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Book: On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are

      New York: Pantheon Books, 1966. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. Inscribed by Alan Watts to former owner on front free endpaper. x, 146 pp. Tan cloth with black and red stamping. Very Good+ in Very Good unclipped, slightly-toned dust jacket with darkened spine panel, a few small stains on back panel, small closed tear there as well. Cloth faintly dampstained but internally clean and straight. One of the British philosopher and lecturer's best-known works.

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        Weg Ins Unbekannte. Zwölf Radierungen Von Paul Eliasberg mit einem Text von Wieland Schmied

      Fackelträger Verlag Schmidt-Küster GmbH, Hannover 1966 Mappe Tadellos \"Von dem Werk erschienen 10 Exemplare in einer Vorzugsausgabe. Die Normalausgabe erschien in einer AUFLAGE VON 100 EXEMPLAREN: JEDE AUSGABE ENTHÄLT 12 RADIERUNGEN (hier 13 Radierungen- Frontispiz)) VOM KÜNSTLER HANDSIGNIERT. Die Radierungen wurden auf Velin von Manuel Robbe in Paris gedruckt, den Text druckte die Hildesheimer Druck- und Verlagsgesellschaft. Dieses Exemplar trägt die Nummer 78.“ In intaktem Schuber. In Kartonmappe, unverletzt. Inhalt: Eine original und eigenhändig signierte Radierung als Frontispiz. Text, 4 Seiten auf Doppelblatt. Die Radierungen: 1. Weg ins Unbekannte (mehrfarbig). 2. Rückkehr der Vögel. 3. Ville-mirage. 4. Landschaft mit großer Wolke. 5. Herkunft der Flüsse. 6. Erinnerung an die Vorzeit. 7. Katzenflug. 8. Die versteinerten Schiffe. 9. Druidenstätte. 10. Baum der Propheten. 11. Wo einst Götter lebten. 12. Nach dem Zurücktreten des Meeres. Eine tadellose Sammlung! +++ Paul Eliasberg ( 1907/1983) deutsch-französischer Graphiker. +++ Wieland Schmied (1929/2014) österreichischer Kunsthistoriker und -kritiker, Ausstellungsmacher, Literaturwissenschaftler und Schriftsteller. +++ A COLLECTOR\'S EDITION PUBLISHED IN !00 COPIES, here number 78 with altogether 13 etchings on Robbe\'s velin paper, EACH ETCHING BEING SIGNED BY THE ARTIST, a signed frontispiece being added. Portfolio presented in its original slipcase. Introductory text by Wieland Schmied on 4 pages. Mint condition. +++ 26,4 x 33,5 cm, 0,75 kg. +++ Stichwörter/Keywords: Illustrierte Bücher limitiert nummeriert Vorzugsausgabe Graphische Kunst Zeichnungen drawings Grafik graphic art Versand D: 5,50 EUR

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        Six Lectures On Modern Natural Philosophy (Inscribed By Author To Hilda Geiringer Von Mises)

      Springer-Verlag, Berlin 1966 - 17 Pp. Brown Cloth Stamped In Black. A Bright, Clean, Unworn, Unmarked Example. No Fading, Hinges Tight. Inscribed By Truesdell "For Hilda V. Mises From Her Admiring If Incorrigible Friennd Clifford." Hilda Geiringer (1893¿1973) Was An Austrian Mathematician.She Was Born In 1893 In Vienna, Austria Into A Jewish Family. She Received Her Ph.D. From The University Of Vienna In 1917 Under The Guidance Of Wilhelm Wirtinger With A Thesis Entitled "Trigonometrische Doppelreihen" About Fourier Series In Two Variables. She Spent The Following Two Years As Leon Lichtenstein's Assistant Editing The Jahrbuch Über Die Fortschritte Der Mathematik, A Mathematics Review Journal. Although Trained As A Pure Mathematician, Geiringer Moved Towards Applied Mathematics To Fit In With The Work Being Undertaken At The Institute Of Applied Mathematics. Her Work At This Time Was On Statistics, Probability Theory, And Also On The Mathematical Theory Of Plasticity. She Submitted A Thesis For Her Habilitation To Qualify As An Instructor At The University Of Berlin, But It Was Not Immediately Accepted. Geiringer Lost The Right To Teach At The University In December 1933. In Fact, She Had Been Proposed For Appointment To The Position Of Extraordinary Professor In 1933 But The Proposal Had Been ¿Put On Hold¿ Once The Civil Service Law Came Into Effect Two Months After Adolf Hitler Attained Power. This Law Disqualified Jews From Serving As Teachers, Professors, Judges, Or In Other Government Positions. Geiringer Left Germany After She Was Dismissed From The University Of Berlin, And, With Her Daughter Magda, She Went To Brussels. There She Was Appointed To The Institute Of Mechanics And Began To Apply Mathematics To The Theory Of Vibrations. In 1934, Geiringer Followed Von Mises To Istanbul Where She Had Been Appointed As Professor Of Mathematics And Continued To Research In Applied Mathematics, Statistics, And Probability Theory. While In Turkey, Geiringer Became Intrigued With The Basic Principles Of Genetics Formulated By Augustinian Monk Gregor Mendel. Between 1935 And 1939, She Was Preoccupied With Uses For The Theory Of Probability To Which She And Von Mises Had Made Major, Early Contributions. Arguably Hilda Geiringer Was One Of The Pioneers Of What Emerged As The Burgeoning Disciplines Bearing Such Names As Molecular Genetics, Human Genetics, Plant Genetics, Heredity In Man, Genomics, Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, Biomedical Engineering, And Genetic Engineering, Among Others. Her Pioneering Work Was Largely Overlooked Mainly Because It Was Done In Istanbul And Published In Turkish Journals.Following Atatürk¿S Death In 1938, Geiringer And Her Daughter Went To Bryn Mawr College In Pennsylvania In The United States, Where She Was Appointed To A Lecturer Position. In Addition To Her Lecturing Duties At Bryn Mawr College, Geiringer Undertook, As Part Of The War Effort, Classified Work For The United States National Research Council. During 1942, She Gave An Advanced Summer Course In Mechanics At Brown University In Providence, Rhode Island, With The Aim Of Raising The American Standards Of Education To The Level That Had Been Attained In Germany. She Wrote Up Her Outstanding Series Of Lectures On The Geometrical Foundations Of Mechanics And, Although They Were Never Properly Published, These Were Widely Disseminated And Used In The United States For Many Years. Geiringer And Her Long Time Collaborator Richard Edler Von Mises Married In 1943 And, The Following Year, She Left Her Part-Time, Low-Pay Lecturing Post At Bryn Mawr College To Be Nearer To Him And Because The Wheaton College Offered Her First Permanent Position In The Usa. She Accepted A Post As Professor And Chairman Of The Mathematics Department There. In 1953, Richard Von Mises Died And The Following Year, Geiringer, Although Retaining Her Job At Wheaton College, Began To Work At Harvard, Completing And Editing Many Of Von Mises¿ Unfinished Works. (Wikipedia) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Flowers for Algernon

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and World, 1966. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First Edition, First Printing in original dust jacket with price intact. In Very Good+ condition, in an About Very Good dust jacket. Clean text. Sound binding. Light musty odor. Small, previous owner address label to front free end paper. Light edge wear, spine lightly worn, faint mottling to cloth with two two tiny abrasions to the top of the rear spine gutter. The dust jacket shows waviness to the spine panel, light rubbing and light edge wear, with wear to spine ends, a few short tears, and a chip at the top of the rear panel. An attractive copy.

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        GRAFFITI DEL PALATINO vol. III I.PAEDAGOGIUM

      HELSINKI: TYPIS EXPRESSIT TILGMANN, 1966. BROSSURA. BUONO. 18 26. ACTA INSTITUTI ROMANI FINLANDIAE USATO

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        A SMALL ARCHIVE CONSISTING OF 14 LETTERS by the BEAT-ERA AUTHOR & VISUAL ARTIST FIELDING DAWSON, MOST SIGNED, to his friend the experimental novelist & screenwriter RUDY WURLITZER. Together with a COLLAGE by Fielding Dawson & a SIGNED copy of his little book "Man Steps Into Space".

      1966-67 and 1997. [1966]. [1966]. 1966 - - An archive of letters, mostly typed and signed by Fielding Dawson, addressed to his friend the novelist and screenwriter Rudy Wurlitzer. Included in the archive is a Collage by Dawson created from black & white newspaper clippings, titled "Her Escape From Somnambulism". Dated December 30th, 1966, the collage is annotated, inscribed to Rudy and signed on the verso. Also included is Dawson's 8 page booklet "Man Steps Into Space", Inscribed to Rudy on January 1st, 1967. A telegram to Rudy from Taos, New Mexico, opens with "Angst here too." [possibly a reference to a line in NOG: "I’ll tell you a secret, we called you Dr. Angst because of the gloom on your face."]Ten substantial, stream of consciousness letters, addressed to Rudy, are dated from February 8, 1967 to March 3, 1968. Most are typed and signed by Fielding Dawson. Most of the letters are signed "Fielding" though some are simply signed "Fee". Fielding Dawson's first book "An Emotional Memoir of Franz Kline" was published in 1967 and he makes mention of sending the carbon of his book to Philip Guston. In his February 11, 1967 letter, Dawson mentions a "ruthless session with Lefford" in which he discussed his mother & childhood. He is possibly referring to the psychologist A. Lefford who co-authored the monograph "Intersensory Development in Children" with H. Birch in 1963. In his postcript to this letter, Dawson writes "Do you know, at one time, I was the catcher in the rye?". In an annotation penned in ink at the top, he mentions that "I told Lefford there was a problem at Black Mtn". His January 24, 1968 letter has much on his "Black Mountain" book with several references to Robert Creeley and Charles Olson. In a postscript, this letter contains a reference to Rudy Wurlitzer's book "Nog": "I hope your book comes along better".In a subsequent letter, dated July 23, 1968, addressed to the psychologist Dr. Lefford, Fielding Dawson signs himself "Annihilatr" [sic] and expresses his growing anxiety resulting from being rejected by the women in his life and his inability to write in this state: "What worries me is the sense of panic I feel, the feeling of being totally rejected and abandoned way out of proportion to event." The letter was shared with Rudy but possibly not actually sent to Lefford.Three letters dated from March 13, 1997 through July 22, 1997 describe Dawson's consultations with his therapist "Nina". He's included related material with the letters and in a couple of instances shares with Rudy copies of letters he wrote to "Nina", heavily corrected in ink.A unique archive which provides much insight into the author's life and writings. The Beat-era short story author, novelist and avant-garde artist, Fielding Dawson (1930-2002) studied at Black Mountain College under Franz Kline and Charles Olson. His collages and paintings illustrated several poetry books and literary magazines. His often painfully raw stream of consciousness writings sought to draw out and evoke a sense of humanity. He was one of a group of poets whose works were identified with with the Black Mountain school. Several were to return to teach, joined there by such seminal figures as Willem de Kooning, John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Buckminster Fuller, and others. A conscientious objector, he served as a cook in a military hospital when drafted in 1953. Returning to New York, he caroused with the likes of Franz Kline, Philip Guston, Robert Motherwell, and Jackson Pollock. They often were the subjects of his writings. An advocate of prison reform, he taught writing to maximum security prisoners at prisons such as Sing-Sing and Attica and read their works on the weekly radio progam "Breaking Down The Walls".The American experimental novelist & screenwriter Rudy Wurlitzer (born 1937) first started writing when working on an oil tanker when he was 17 years old. A descendant of Rudolph Wurlitzer who founded the Wurlitzer piano company, Rudy subsequently worked as secretary for the author Robert Grave [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Blue Mountain Books & Manuscripts, Ltd.]
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        Every Building on the Sunset Strip

      Los Angeles: Edward Ruscha, 1966 [1970]. First Edition. Softcover. Like New. Signed. First edition, second printing [1970] lacking the extra flap at the last fold. Signed by Ed Ruscha in pencil on the verso of the front cover. Near Fine, with several tiny spots to wraps, and light creasing to the spine, in a Fine silver Mylar-covered card slipcase. A stunning copy, signed by the author, and housed in a custom made clamshell case.

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        Decameron Volume III

      Marotta Editore, NAPOLI 1966 - ITALIANO Legatura editoriale, copertina rigida, foderata in tela rossa, con decorazioni e titoli in oro, sovraccoperta plastificata, con alette ed illustrazione in cornice; segni del tempo, bruniture. Pagine in ottimo stato; volume riccamente illustrato, con materiali a colori, anche fuori testo. Con introduzione di Vittore Branca. La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 20% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 999,00 euro.

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        Commentaire sur le Timee. Traduction et notes par A. J. FESTUGIERE

      - Vrin/N.R.S., Paris, 1966-1967-1968, 5 vol. gr. in-8, br., 264 - 341 - 362 - 204 - 277 p., excellent papier, sign du prof. Alexis Philonenko sur p. de garde., t. II non coupé. Edition originale de cette traduction. Bel ensemble [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Le Chemin des philosophes]
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        Man of La Mancha

      New York: Random House, (1966). First Edition. First Printing Fine in 1/4 green cloth and red-orange cloth covered boards with gilt text on the spine and a blind embossed image of the Random House logo on the front board. An octavo of 8 1/4 by 5 1/2 inches with hints of rubbing to the cloth at the corners of the head and heel of the spine. In a very good+, unclipped dust jacket minor shallow chipping at the corners of the lower edge of the spine area, light rubbing to the upper corners of the spine area and light rubbing to the fold to the front flap. Signed: "Quixotically yours | Dale Wasserman" (the author) on the first free end page and the date of "6/98" at the upper corner of the first free end page. Laid-in at the front of the book is a brief typed letter from Wasserman dated May 23, 1998 on his letterhead, presenting the book to his friends noting that it is a first edition, "which has become quite rare"; and, at the time, in its 29th printing. It is boldly signed by the author. 82 pages of script. Illustrated with a frontispiece photograph of the two main characters on their "steeds" and two black and white photographs of Richard Kiley in the role of Don Quixote. Man of La Mancha had its world premier at The Goodspeed Opera House in 1965 where it immediately went to Broadway and London. It was first produced in New York on November 22, 1965 at the Washington Square Theater. The show ran for 2,328 performances winning five Tony Awards and was revived five times in subsequent years becoming a classic of musical theater.

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        Haggadah for Passover, Copied and Illustrated by Ben Shahn.

      1966 - Paris: The Trianon Press, 1966. 80 leaves. Large, unbound folio in stiff, glassine covered wrappers, housed in large, vellum box, stamped with gilt lettering on front, back, and spine, with double clasp closure. Printed on Arches Verge paper. A fine copy. One of 228 copies, this no. 4. Signed and stamped with the artist’s cypher on the frontispiece. Ben Shahn (1898-1969) enjoyed a long career as a social realist artist and left wing visionary, widely recognized for his murals, paintings, commercial illustrations and photography, he collaborated with Diego Rivera and undertook commissions for the Farm Security Administration. Perhaps his most famous work, the Jersey Homesteads Mural, has also been linked to the Haggadah and the themes of slavery, the struggles of immigrants, deliverance and redemption were important throughout his career. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd]
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        Pied Piper

      Pan, 1966. Paperback. Good. 1966. 253 pages. Good condition paperback; as expected for age. Cards, pages, and binding are presentable with no major defects. Minor issues may exist such as shelf wear, inscriptions, light foxing and tanning.

      [Bookseller: The World of Rare Books]
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        The Moon is a Harsh Mistress

      New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1966. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. 383 p. Bound in recent full leather with gilt lettering on spine and beautiful marbled endpapers. Very Good internally. Light reading wear, a few light stains here and there and a few dog-eared pages. A lovely copy of the Hugo-winning novel.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books ]
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