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        THE LAST PICTURE SHOW.

      New York: Dial Press, 1966. - Cloth. First edition of the author's third novel, source for the multiple award-winning and nominated 1971 film adaptation, based on McMurtry's collaborative screenplay with director Bogdanovich. Fine in dust jacket with trivial use at tips. No longer common in this condition.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature, ABAA]
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        The Last Picture Show

      The Dial Press 1966 - The Nobel Prize-Winning author's third book, a '50s coming of age tale in Small-Town rural America. First Edition, First Printing. Book is in VG condition. Nice clean pages and straight spine. The Dial Press. 1966. Signed by author. DJ is mylar-protected and in VG condition. Small 1/4" by 1/4" inch chip on rear DJ at top of spine. 1/4" closed tear at top of rear DJ and 1/2" closed tear on front interior flap. A couple of darkened spots near middle of spine. Previous owner's mark "This Book Borrowed From ________" is stamped in blue ink on the FFEP and there is a faint ghost of staining to the upper edge of pages from FEP through page 5 that it is almost unnoticeable(for illustration-view the Full Title page to get a sense of detectability). very collectible copy overall with minor flaws. In much better condition than many signed and unsigned copies listed for more dollars. The book was flat-signed in person by Mr. McMurtry at the Tucson Festival Of Books in 2013. Strangely enough it is his full signature which he has not done in years. This is a beautiful book at a great price. It was great to see Larry's smile as he signed this copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bound By Books]
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        Andy Warhol: Holy Cow! Silver Clouds!! Holy Cow!

      Cincinnati: The Contemporary Art Center (1966) - 7 5/8 X 10 inch postcard invitation to the members' opening for Andy Warhol: Holy Cow! Silver Clouds!! Holy Cow! at The Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati, on May 17, 1966. Top corners lightly creased, else in near fine condition.

      [Bookseller: Harper's Books, ABAA]
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        THE LAST PICTURE SHOW

      NY: Dial, (1966) - Very nearly Fine First Edition of this renowned title, basis for the acclaimed 1971 film adaptation which won Academy Awards for Cloris Leachman and Ben Johnson. While the copy itself is extremely presentable, the dust jacket (which otherwise would be absolutely Fine) is marred by a water stain on the spine of about a half-inch across and almost three quarters of the way up. Priced accordingly. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mystery Pier Books, Inc.,ABAA, ILAB, ABA]
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        The Last Picture Show (signed 1st)

      Dial Press 1966 - First edition 1st printing, Very Good book with page edge dusting, pushing at spine ends, slightly soft at corners, and with a slight ridge along center of spine, very faint sticker ghost bottom corner front board; in a Good to Very Good jacket that has light edge wear and couple of tiny chips especially at spine ends and corners, mild rubbing/soiling, and sun darkening/fade on spine. This copy signed by McMurtry on the first front end page. Basis for the 1971 film, with the screenplay by McMurtry and Director Peter Bogdanovich, starring Cybil Shepherd, Ben Johnson (Academy Award), and Cloris Leachman (Academy Award). The B/W film was shot in Archer City, Texas, McMurtry’s hometown and where his bookstore is now located. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Squid Ink Books]
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        The Last Picture Show

      The Dial Press 1966 - signature LM [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Brooklyn Rare Books]
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        Lot of Seventeen Pamphlets and Three Broadsides Espousing Irish Republican Views During the Troubles - 1960s and 1970s

      This group includes: Gilmore, \"Labour and the Republican Movement,\" 1966; Harman, \"The Struggle in Ireland,\" (ca. 1970); Bannov, \"The Ulster Tragedy,\" 1973; Two pins about 2 inches in diameter - \"Free Irish Political Hostages,\" and \"Support Irish Political Prisoners\"; De Courcy, \"Revolutionary Movements of the Past, (Republican recruiting)\" 1971; Mandel et al. \"Irlande: Revoltuion en Marche,\" (ca. 1970); Smyth, \"In Defence of Ulster,\" (northern propaganda ca. 1970); Anon. \"Eire Nua: The Social and Economic Programme of Sinn Fein,\" 1971; Cadhain, \"Gluaiseacht na Gaeilge: Gluaiseacht ar Strae,\" (ca. 1970); \"Liam Mellows,\" 1975; \"Songs of Resistance 1968 - 1975,\" 1975; Sticker, 3 1/2 inches square, \"Support Irish Freedom, Boycott British Goods\"; Brenner, \"United States, Britain, Ireland: A Special SPECIAL Relationship,\" (ca. 1972); Snodaigh, \"Ua Rathghaille,\" (ca. 1967); Gilmore, \"The Irish Republican Congress,\" (ca. 1985); \"United Irishman (newspaper)\" March, 1973. Three broadsides: \"Bobby Sands is an Irish Prisoner-of-War\" 11 1/4 x 17 inches; \"They Hunger for Justice: Smash-Block & Armagh,\" printed in red and black, 11 3/4 x 17 inches; \"Don\'t Let Them Die! - Irish Prisoners-of-War Are Dying on Hunger Strike,\" printed in red and black, 11 x 17 inches. The lot, all very good condition

      [Bookseller: Ten Pound Island Book Co.]
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        THE SOFT MACHINE

      Grove Evergreen, NY 1966 - First US edition, first prnt. Review copy with publisher's slip laid in. Signed by Burroughs on the title page. Very slight shelfwear; otherwise, a clean, bright copy; dustjacket with slight wear at spine ends. Review slip with one corner crease. Near Fine condition in a Near Fine dustjacket with a Durafold mylar cover. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Revere Books, ABAA & IOBA]
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        Komposition in Grau, Grün und Blau / Composition grise, verte et bleu / Composition in grey, green and blue. 1966. Lithographie in fünf Farben. Signiert.

      - 48 : 63 cm auf 66.5 : 74 cm. Poliakoff, A. / G.Schneider 54. – Rivière 54. – Plakat für Ausstellung im Kunstmuseum St.Gallen, 12. Juni – 31. Juli 1966. – Eines von 800 Exemplaren. – Drucker und Verleger: Erker Presse, St.Gallen. – Exemplar mit grosser Gefälligkeitssignatur des Künstlers.

      [Bookseller: Gerhard Zähringer, Antiquariat & Galerie]
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        Terre promise d?Afrique. Symphonie en noir et or avec dix-sept lithographies originales de Hans Erni.

      Lausanne, André et Pierre Gonin, 1966 - Quer-2° (36 x 38 cm), 143 (7) S., 17 farb. Orig.-Lithogr., Lose Doppelbl. in HPgt.-Mappe in Schmuckschuber., Tadellos. Ex. Nr. 90 der 123 Ex. auf grand Vélin d?Arches (bei einer Gesamtauflage von 180 Ex.). Von den Verlegern und vom Künstler im Impressum signiert. 2100 gr. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej]
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        Terre promise d`Afrique. Symphonie en noir et or avec dix-sept lithographies originales de Hans Erni.,

      Lausanne, André et Pierre Gonin, 1966 - 143 (7) S., 17 farb. OLithographien Hans Erni, Catalogue raisonné des livres illustrés, Patrick Cramer, Genéve 1996, S. 36. - Nr. 49 von 123 Ex. (GA 180). Gedruckt auf grand Vélin d`Arches. Druckvermerk vom Künstler und den beiden Herausgebern sign. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 2550 Quer-Fol., lose Bogen in lithographiertem Umschlag und HPergamentmappe, . RTitel in Rot, im Schmuckschuber (Bezug mit einer Fehlstelle)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Galerie Joy]
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        OSKAR KOKOSCHKA, OCTOBER - NOVEMBER 1966

      Marlborough-Gerson Gallery, New York 1966 - Illustrated front cover. Self portrait 1966. Lithograph on Japanese paper. Printed signature on front cover dated 1966. Edition 70. Hand written signature adjacent to rear covers, 1908 self portrait, "O Kokoschka," Ville Neuve (Vaud) Switzerland. Clean, soft pictorial covers. Text tight clean & intact. A hint of age toned edges. Austrian expressionist, Oskar Kokoschka (1886-1980). One of the leading masters of Modernism. Art Exhibition Catalogue illustrated with examples of color & b/w painting & graphic works. Art Catalogue; Paintings, Graphic Work Color & B/W; Square 8vo 8" to 9" tall; 132 pages [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Nick Bikoff]
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        Handzeichnungen 1906-1965 Mit Einem Vorwort Und Unter Mitwirkung Des Kunstlers

      Ernst Rathenau, NY 1966 - 4to, 15 pages in text, followed by 134 full-page, black and white lithograph reproductions of drawings by the artist printed recto only. Limited edition, copy 33 of 75 [from a total edition of 600], with original black and white lithograph signed in pencil by Kokoschka. As new copy in the publisher's original slipcase (shipping box). Orig. yellow cloth lettered in black. Fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royoung Bookseller, Inc. ABAA]
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        The Geometric Poem

      Litografia Cosmopresse, Milano 1966 - Riproduzione anastatica del manoscritto originale, con numerosi disegni dell'A. Una foto dell'autore a doppia pagina di Ettore Sottsass pp. 44 n.n. Copertina a due colori (rosso e nero). Esemplare n. 198 Copertina brunita ai margini (Cover sunned at the edges)

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marini ALAI - ILAB]
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        L'Heure du Goémon. Texte original de Charles Estienne. Bois gravés et tirés par (Wilfrid) Moser.

      - Paris, Jeanne Bucher 1966-67. 42,5 : 32,3 cm. 16 Bl. u. Umschlag. Mit insgesamt 16 Orig.-Holzschnitten, davon 11 farbig, und 5 ganzseitig (inkl. doppelblattgr. Holzschnitt auf Umschlag u. ganzseit. geschn. Druckvermerk. Lose wie erschienen. In späterer privater Chemise u. Schuber mit grauem Büttenbezug. In insgesamt nur 32 Exemplaren auf hervorragendem Japanpapier (Japon Kaji-Torinoko) gedruckt. - Der Text in klischierter Handschrift von Charles Estienne in verschiedenen Farben gedruckt. Druckvermerk vom Künstler in Bleistift signiert und nummeriert: 25. – Prachtvolle, meist farbige Originalholzschnitte (bis zu 12 farben) zu dem Text des Pariser Kunstkritikers und Poeten Charles Estienne, der eine bedeutende Persönlichkeit für die Nachkriegskunst in Frankreich und eine Schlüsselfigur in der Kunstszene der 50er Jahre war. – Literatur: Wilfrid Moser. Ein Schweizer Beitrag zur europäischen Nachkriegskunst. Kunsthaus Zürich 1993, S. 61 ff und S. 144 ff (mit Verzeichnis der bisher bekannten Holzschnitte Wilfrid Mosers). – Ein kraftvolles und unvergleichbar schönes Künstlerbuch, (ein „Fest diesseitiger Sinnenfreuden" Guido Magnaguagno) des 1914 in Zürich geborenen und hier 1997 gestorbenen Künstlers. – Komplett sehr selten. – BEILIEGT: Wilfrid Moser. Farbholzschnitt in Rot u. Violett. U.r. in Bleist. signiert u. nummer.: 6/27. 15,4 : 10,9 cm auf Japanbütten 26 : 19,5 cm. Vom Künstler in violettem Filzstift als Glückwunschblatt bezeichnet: „Tanti Auguri 1986". (Nicht im Verzeichnis der bisher bekannten Holzschnitte). [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gerhard Zähringer, Antiquariat & Galerie]
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        Flowers and Leaves: Poema vel Sonata Carmina Autumni Primaeque Veris Transformationum

      Highlands, North Carolina: Nantahala Foundation. Jonathan Williams, Publisher. 1966. First. First edition. Wrappers with applied dustwrapper as issued with cover photograph by Ralph Eugene Meatyard. Two small stains on the top-edge, two leaves wrinkled a bit, a little age-toning and rubbing on the wrappers, very good or better. Warmly Inscribed by the author to wood engraver, artist, and author Clare Leighton on the half-title: "For Clare with admiration, gratitude and love. Guy. June 1966." A long poem, dedicated to composer Charles Ives. Printed and designed by Andrew Hoyem. Published as Jargon 46. An important association copy. Davenport, whose poetry and fiction were informed by his work as artist, and who illustrated much of his own work, studied art with Clare Leighton at Duke. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        DOCUMENTS ORIGINAUX DE LA REVUE "LA RÉVOLUTION", 2ÈME ANNÉE, N°1. Organe du Conseil National de Libération de la République Populaire du Congo-Léopoldville

      Sans date (décembre 1966 - janvier 1967), Sans lieu - 27pp 27 à 34cm x 20,5 à 21,5cm + 18pp 23cm x 15,5cm. Légers plis d'envoi, un petit manque au coin supérieur droit d'un feuillet, quelques petites déchirures marginales, quelques corrections de pure forme d'une autre écriture portées en Belgique et quelques indications techniques en vue de l'impression, sinon très bon état. Originaux des articles transmis à Bruxelles pour être imprimés clandestinement en Belgique, tous les articles manuscrits sans exception étant de la main de Constantin-Marie Kibwe, Directeur de la revue, porte-parole et Secrétaire général du Haut-Commandement du Front de l'Est, membre du Conseil Suprême de la Révolution, futur fondateur du Parti Communiste du Congo puis du Parti Révolutionnaire Marxiste du Congo - PRMC, rallié en 1977 au Parti de la Révolution Populaire de Laurent-Désiré Kabila, tombé dans une embuscade des Forces Armées Zaïroises en novembre 1978 et mort à la prison de Luzumu en avril 1982. Ce numéro, portant la date de janvier 1967, a été tiré à 1500 exemplaires, dont 1200 envoyés à Kibwe, la plupart des autres exemplaires étant expédiés à Brazzaville et au Congo-Kinshasa: Manuscrit de l'article "17 janvier: journée commémorative de l'assassinat sauvage de Patrice Lumumba" (3pp; nom de l'auteur (Constantin Kibwe) barré). Manuscrit de l'article "Le peuple révolutionnaire congolais n'est pas isolé" (4pp). Manuscrit de l'article "Les nouvelles du Front" (2pp). Manuscrit de l'article "Au Burundi, le peuple soutient le nouveau régime, tandis qu'au Ruanda, les révolutionnaires libèrent des régions entières" (4pp). Article dactylographié "La pensée de Mao Tsé-toung: un guide pour le peuple révolutionnaire du Congo et du monde entier", le dernier paragraphe étant corrigé de la main de Kibwe (2pp). Article dactylographié "L'élévation d'un monument explique-t-elle le "lumumbisme" de Mobutu" (3pp; nom de l'auteur (C.M. Kibwe) inscrit à la main, par lui-même). Article dactylographié "Faut-il composer encore avec les traîtres?" (2pp). Manuscrit de l'article "La lutte armée en Afrique: une voie juste" par Emmanuel-Willem Kabasu-Babo (4pp). Manuscrit du "Message des révolutionnaires congolais au Comité de Solidarité avec la Résistance Congolaise" - CSRC, avec signature autographe de Kibwe sur papier à en-tête du CNL - Haut Commandement de la Zone II - Etat-Major Général (3pp; drapeau de la République Populaire du Congo et emblème du CNL découpés du papier à en-tête). Morasse de tous les articles précédents (excepté le Message) et de la "Proclamation du Président de la République du Burundi" du 28 novembre 1966, publié dans le même numéro (18pp). Congo-Kinshasa / Rwanda

      [Bookseller: LIVRESCOLLECTOR]
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        VINGT GRANDS INTERPRETES. (Avec signatures de Markovitch, Cortot, Boulez, Menuhin, Messiaen, Szeryng et Demus)

      Rencontre / Guilde du disque, Lausanne 1966 - Reliure toilée avec jaquette illustrée, 21.5cm x 19.5cm, 127pp, très nombreuses photos et illustrations en couleurs et en noir et blanc (certaines pleines page). Ouvrage : excellent état; jaquette : petite déchirure recollée au coin supérieur droit côté recto, côté verso avec petit manque au bord supérieur et très petit manque au coin inférieur droit sinon très bon état. Présentation, par le célèbre critique français, de Wilhem Furtwaengler, Ernest Ansermet, Herbert von Karajan, Igor Markévitch, Lorin Maazel, Alfred Cortot, Wilhem Kempff, Walter Gieseking, Arthur Rubinstein, Arturo Benedetti-Michelangeli, Sviatoslav Richter, Gyorgy Cziffra, Pablo Casals, David Oïstrakh, Dietrich Fischer-Diskau, Gérard Souzay, Maria Callas, Andrès Segovia, Wanda Landowska et Marcel Dupré. AVEC SIGNATURES AUTOGRAPHES sur ou à côté de leur photo de IGOR MARKEVITCH, ALFRED CORTOT, PIERRE BOULEZ, YEHUDI MENUHIN, HENRYK SZERYNG, JOERG DEMUS et OLIVIER MESSIAEN (qui a ajouté: Bruxelles, 5 février 1969). Sont joints: un article de Pierre Moulaert présentant l'ouvrage (quotidien belge sans référence, 3 mars probablement 1966) (26.5cm x 15cm), ainsi que deux articles, consacrés à Cziffra et Oïstrakh, collés en marge d'une des pages qui leur sont consacrées. Musique classique / Signé / Autographes.

      [Bookseller: LIVRESCOLLECTOR]
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        In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit Timothy F. Leary Appellant, United States Appelle Brief for the Appellant

      Joel Jay Finer 1966, 1st printing. (Wrappers) 129pp. Very good. Original printed blue grey wrappers. Somewhat browned on the edges. Spine faded to tan. Minor pen corrections throughout the text. A very presentable copy of a very scarce item especially so signed. No 23570. This is a printed version of the appeal Leary's council made for his famous conviction on March 11, 1966 for transporting and illegally importing marihuana. The famous case known as Leary vs. United States was eventually overturned on the grounds that the Marihuana Tax Act was declared unconstitutional. His conviction was thus quashed. This wonderful document detailing the whole grounds for appeal has been signed by Leary on the front wrapper when he was making a public reading in Toronto in 1992. The prospectus for the Multimedia convention is also loosely laid in. A wonderful rare Leary item..

      [Bookseller: Aquila Books]
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        Flowers for Algernon

      Harcourt, Brace & World 1966 - First Edition, First Printing INSCRIBED and SIGNED by Daniel Keyes. A beautiful dustjacket that is rich in color with no chips or tears. This original first issue dustjacket has the $4.95 price present on the front flap with slight wear to the edges The book is in excellent condition. The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp with minor wear to the spine and edges. The pages are clean, with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a lovely copy of this true first edition SIGNED by the author. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        Perspectives in Modern Physics - Essays in Honor of Hans A. Bethe *****SIGNED BY HANS BETHE****

      Interscience 1966 - VERY GOOD/GOOD; FIRST EDITION; SIGNED BY HANS BETHE ON THE PAGE BEFORE THE TITLE PAGE; the pages are clean and unmarked and the binding is tight; the dust jacket has edge wear, chipping and browning to the spine and a tear on the front cover at the bottom; Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Virtual Books]
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        SPECIMEN PAGES OF KOREAN MOVABLE TYPES.

      Dawson's Book Shop: Los Angeles, 1966 - 11 x 1/2 x 16 1/2. Frontis, 73 pp. Original cloth-backed boards covered with a special handmade Korean embossed paper. Cloth slip case, with a little joint and extremity wear. Two previous owners have pasted descriptions etc. on 3 pages; of value is a full page prospectus from Dawson's as well as a letter describing how to identify original vs. facsimile specimens in this particular copy. The first owner has underline some text in ink on three pages and has a small date note in ink at the foot of two pages. Book is in otherwise fine condition. Copy 126 of 300 copies. Pages 9-18 provides a brief history of the development of Korean moveable type. Following this, are 22 specimens (from 1420 to 1858) each using a different font with a facing page of descriptive text. In this copy there are 15 ORIGINAL and 7 facsimile specimens; the earliest original is Specimen 5 from 1484. The first 95 copies had 22 original specimens. The succeeding copies had fewer and fewer specimens as the copy number went up., e.g. copy 176 had only 3 original specimens. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Veatchs Arts of the Book, ABAA]
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        Sprachgitter

      Frankfurt, S. Fischer Verlag 1966 - Livre d'occasion 21 x 16,3 cm, cartonnage éditeur, jaquette blanche imprimée en noir, 66 pp., 2 ff. n. ch. Marie-Madeleine Delay était l'épouse du Professeur Jean Delay, psychiatre neurologue qui dirigeait le service de psychiatrie de l'Hôpital Sainte-Anne dans lequel Paul Celan avait été accueilli début février 1966. Elle était aussi une amie intime de René Char, qui avec son soutien, intervint pour améliorer les conditions d'hospitalisation de Celan. Les correspondances échangées par Paul Celan avec sa femme, Gisèle Celan-Lestrange (Seuil, 2001) ainsi qu'avec René Char (à paraître en 2015 chez Gallimard) permettent d'éclaircir les circonstances dans lesquelles a été écrite cette dédicace en apparence anodine. Le 23 décembre 1965, René Char, ayant appris que le traducteur de sa poésie en allemand est souffrant, écrit à son épouse Gisèle pour lui proposer son aide. Celan est alors interné à Sainte-Anne parce que, dans une crise de délire, il a voulu attenter à la vie de sa femme. Le 11 janvier 1966, Gisèle rend visite à Char pour essayer de trouver une solution aux multiples problèmes auxquelles elle est confrontée. Trois semaines plus tard, le 5 février, Marie-Madeleine Delay, dans une lettre à Char, l'informe qu'on vient de lui recommander le poète Paul Celan et lui apprend qu'elle s'occupe de lui. Le 8 février, le Professeur Pierre Deniker, qui travaille avec Jean Delay, écrit à René Char et lui confirme qu'il fera "le maximum pour Paul Celan". Paul Celan est alors interné dans le service du Professeur Delay pour y suivre un traitement adapté. Dans une lettre datée du 10 février, Marie-Madeleine Delay informe Char que Paul Celan est "calme". Dans la même missive, elle commente sa lecture de Die Niemandsrose (La Rose de personne), recueil de Celan paru en 1963, que Char, qui n'ignore pas qu'elle lit l'allemand, lui a probablement confié : "ce sont des Poèmes [.] d'une grande et terrible beauté". Le 9 juin 1966, Paul Celan sort de l'hôpital et retrouve une vie familiale plus apaisée. Vient alors le temps des remerciements. Celan adresse à Char le 21 juillet la traduction en allemand de "Dernière Marche", le poème qui clôt Retour Amont. C'est très certainement à la même période, que le poète allemand envoie cet exemplaire de Sprachgitter à Marie-Madeleine Delay. La dédicace, comme presque toutes celles de la plume de Celan, est lapidaire, mais elle est - on le comprend une fois qu'on connaît les circonstances dans lesquelles elle a été écrite - lestée de non-dit. Remerciements à M. Bertrand Badiou (enseignant-chercheur à l'Ecole normale supérieure). Condition : Réédition de 1966 (correspondant au tirage du 7ème au 9ème mille) en allemand de ce recueil de poèmes (Grille de parole en français), l'édition originale ayant paru chez le même éditeur en 1959. Très précieux envoi autographe signé de l'auteur : "A Madame Delay, / avec mes respectueux hommages, / Paul Celan". 280g. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Faustroll]
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        AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT: 1966 HANDWRITTEN NOTES FOR CASEY STENGEL'S HALL OF FAME INDUCTION SPEECH

      (1966) 1966 - A 2-1/2 page handwritten manuscript on three sheets containing Stengel's notes for his induction speech to the Hall of Fame in 1966, an honor he shared that year with Ted Williams, who gave one of the most important speeches in baseball history when he asked the Hall to open its doors to Negro Leagues players. Stengel, whose career began as a player in 1912 and ended as a manager in 1965, was one of the most colorful figures in the game, noted for his twists of language and truisms such as "Good pitching beats good hitting, and vice versa." As manager of the Yankees, he won 7 World Series out of 9 appearances in 12 years. Mickey Mantle in his Hall of Fame speech said that his father and Stengel were responsible for his success. He also managed the 1962 Mets, the worst team in modern baseball. After their final loss that season, Casey told his players, "This has been a team effort. No one or two guys could have done all this." The notes begin "Hall of Fame & Museum, Cooperstown, N.Y., July 25th 1966," mention "Ted Williams, perfect swing, can hit distance, greatest batter hitting L. handed in my experience in the American League." He cites many players: Ruth, Cobb, Dimaggio, Mantle, often with a comment, and lists the names of all the original inductees. He mentions Abner Doubleday, One-Cat Two-Cat or Rounders, "girls teams 1890-1, Dresses with bloomers," and much more. These pages may have been on the podium with Casey when he accepted baseball's greatest honor. In any event, they are important and historic. Writing dark and clear. Very Good and exceptional

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Campbell's Tomato Soup Can on Shopping Bag.

      Boston: Institute of Contemporary Art, 1966 - Sheet size: 40.6 x 23.2 cm. Light toning and one small tear to extreme right edge otherwise a bright copy. Presented in a black wooden box frame. Screenprint on heavy paper shopping bag. From an unknown edition. Published for the Warhol exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Massachussets, October 1 - November 6, 1966. The Museum of Modern Art have one in their collection. Feldman & Schellmann II.4A

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        THE MOON IS A HARSH MISTRESS.

      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, [1966] - Octavo, cloth. First edition. Winner of the 1967 Hugo award for best novel. 1966 Nebula nominee. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-512. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, p. 299. Survey of Science Fiction Literature III, pp. 1439-43. Mild spotting to top and fore- edge of pages, a fine copy in nearly fine first printing dust jacket (priced $5.95 on the front flap) with small closed tear to front panel near spine fold, touch of rubbing to lower spine end and upper right corner. An attractive copy with clean and very bright jacket. (#134527) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Currey, L.W. Inc. ABAA/ILAB]
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        Flowers for Algernon.

      Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., New York 1966 - First edition. Octavo, original cloth. Inscribed by the author, "To _____ ______ a fine writing student, for whom it is a pleasure to inscribe this- Best Wishes Daniel Keyes Athens Ohio, February 3, 1967." Fine in a near fine dust jacket. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. With more than five million copies sold, Flowers for Algernon is the beloved, classic story of a mentally disabled man whose experimental quest for intelligence mirrors that of Algernon, an extraordinary lab mouse. In poignant diary entries, Charlie tells how a brain operation increases his IQ and changes his life. As a 1959 novella it won a Hugo Award; the 1966 novel-length expansion won a Nebula. The Oscar-winning movie adaptation Charly (1968) also spawned a 1980 Broadway musical. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Fountainhead

      The Bobbs-Merrill Co 1966 - 31st printing. Inscribed by Rand on the front free end paper. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A CHRISTMAS MEMORY. Signed.

      Random House n.d. (1966)., New York - First Trade Edition, later printing Inscribed on the half-title by Truman Capote, 'For John and Joy/Merry Christmas/'82/Truman Capote.' Gilt titled black boards, publisher's red slipcase with tipped-on photograph of the author. A near fine copy, without dustwrapper, as issued. John Miller was a film director doing a series of interviews with Joanne Carson - Johnny's second wife and Truman's dearest friend. Joanne arranged for Truman to inscribe copies of, A Christmas Memory and One Christmas for John. A copy of a typed affidavit signed by Miller on his letterhead detailing his relationship with Carson and Capote. A lovely original 5" x 7" black and white photo by Tim Berrith of Joanne Carson, Truman Capote and John Miller which is also inserted into the book along with a copy of an explanatory transmittal note to John Miller in Joanne Carson's hand. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Moon is a Harsh Mistress

      Putnam, 1966 - First Edition, First Printing. This ORIGINAL sophisticated is rich in color with NO chips or tears. This First Issue dustjacket has the printed price present on the front flap. The book is in nice condition. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning. The boards are crisp with minor wear to the edges. The pages are clean with NO marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a wonderful copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION seldom seen in this nice condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        Midaq Alley.

      Khayats, Beruit 1966 - First Edition. Octavo, original cloth. Fine in a very good plus dust jacket. Signed by Mahfouz. One of the Nobel Laureate's first novels to be translated into English. Rare signed. Provenance Provided. Midaq Alley follows the lives of the inhabitants of a small, forgotten back alley in Cairo. The bizarre lives of the characters - a bar owner, a spinster, and the local beauty - come to life through this ingenious satire. In 1994, Midaq Alley was adapted to the screen by Mexican filmmaker Jorge Fons and won a Special Mention at the 45th Berlin International Film Festival. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Random House Dictionary of the English Language

      Random House, New York 1966 - First edition, unabridged edition. Large quarto. Foxing on the page edges, hinges tender, else very good. This copy Inscribed by Robert McNamara to Bobby Kennedy: "11/20/66 To Bobby who has never been at a loss for words, with best wishes on his birthday, Marg and Bob McNamara." A marvelous association copy of a useful reference work that was, coincidentally, the first book that was totally composed on computer. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Asterix et les Normands. [Asterix and The Normans].

      Paris, Dargaud. 1966 - First Edition. 4to. Publisher's ilustrated paper covered boards. Very minor bumping and edgewear, light scoring of laminate to front board. Very good indeed. Inscribed by Goscinny and Uderzo to titled page: ' A Micheline, / avec notre amitie, / Rene Goscinny / Uderzo' Signed copies are scarce, and even more so in collectable condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books, ABA ILAB]
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        ALFIE

      London: Macgibbon & Kee, (1966) - True First Edition (U.K.) of this landmark (and extremely elusive) title of the sixties, basis for the enormously successful film which launched Michael Caine to immediate stardom. A fine copy in very near fine dust jacket. Signed on the title page by Michael Caine, and additionally (on the front free endpaper) signed and inscribed at length in the very week of publication by the author to the director of his play: Jan. 3rd 1966 / Spring And Port Wine / Apollo [theatre] / To Allan / A true man of the theatre - / with my special / good wishes for / tonight - and my / thanks and respect / for all the work / done - unstintingly - / Sincerely / Bill. Literally, a one-of-a-kind collectible. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mystery Pier Books, Inc.,ABAA, ILAB, ABA]
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        The Last Picture Show

      New York: Dial. 1966. First. Uncorrected proof. Spiralbound advance sheets, laid into the finished dustwrapper. Small tape shadow on the front page, perhaps from a review or complimentary slip, reviewer name on the jacket and half-title, else fine in very good dustwrapper, a bit soiled and with a mild ring stain on the front panel. Publisher's letter laid in. McMurtry and director Peter Bogdanovich co-wrote the screenplay for the 1971 film with Timothy Bottoms, Jeff Bridges, Ellen Burstyn, Cybil Shepherd, and Academy Award-winners Ben Johnson and Cloris Leachman. A rare advance state of this key work, one of the defining works of the Sixties. .

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        Thermonuclear Reactions in Supernova Shock Waves

      1966 - VERY GOOD; FIRST EDITION; ex-library NASA GODDARD INSTITUTE OF SPACE STUDIES AND LIBRARY OF CONGRESS; 2 stamps on flysheet, stamped on all 3 edges and pocket and label in rear; dissertation presented to Faculty of Graduate School of Yale University; pages inside are clean and unmarked and the binding is tight; vanishingly rare; Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Revolution Typographique depuis Stephane Mallarme

      Geneve: Galerie Motte, 1966. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Thick paperbound quarto. 130 numbered pages followed by a Table Des Oeuvres Reproduites. Correct first edition of this extraordinary volume on the influences of modern art movements on the evolution of typography. With essay in French by Jacques Damase and including extensive examples from artists such as Kurt Schwitters, Francis Picabia, Fernand Leger, Man Ray, Robert Delaunay, Tristan Tzara and Guillaume Apollinaire among many others. Illustrated in color and black and white. Covers worn at edges, but a very good copy overall of this uncommon work. Stiff illustrated wrappers.

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        Water-Colour Painting in Britain - I: The Eighteenth Century; II: The Romantic Period; III: The Victorian Period.

      B.T. Batsford, London. 1966-1968 - First edition. Three volumes: pp vii, 243; xii, 244; xvi, 398. Copiously illustrated, mostly in black-and-white, with colour frontispieces. Quarto. Spine at head of Vol. I creased. Very good indeed set in very good dustwrappers torn and creased at head of spine of Vol. I and a little rubbed at hinges and edges of all three volumes. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Manuel du libraire et de l'amateur de livres contenant 1. Un nouveau dictionnaire bibliographique. 2. Une table en forme de catalogue raisonné. I-IX.

      Kbh., Rosenkilde & Bagger. . 1966-68. Leks8vo. Originale grønne helshirtingbind med tittelfelter i rødt og svart. xlvj, 1902 ; iv, 1848 ; 1984 ; 1476 ; 1800 ; 1878 ; 1138 ; 1226 ; 1592 spalter. 1966-68. Large 8vo. Publishers green cloth, titles in red and black. xlvj, 1902 ; iv, 1848 ; 1984 ; 1476 ; 1800 ; 1878 ; 1138 ; 1226 ; 1592 columns

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        The Collected Scientific Papers of Paul A. Samuelson. Volumes I-VII.

      MIT Press 1966-2011., Cambridge, MA - First editions of each volume of the collected papers of Nobel Prize-winning economists papers. Octavo, 7 volumes, original cloth. Volumes 1-5 are near fine in very good to near fine dust jackets. Volumes 1-5 are signed by Paul A. Samuelson; volumes I & II are signed by fellow Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph E. Stiglitz, who served as editor of these volumes. Volumes 6 and 7 are fine in a fine jackets, and were published posthumously. A very attractive set, scarce signed. "It is a measure of Professor Samuelson's preeminence that the sheer scale of his work should be so much taken for granted," observes a reviewer in the "Economist" who goes on to note that "a cynic might add that it would have been better for Professor Samuelson to write less merely to give others a chance to write at all." In fact, Samuelson's output, his "extraordinary mastery of methods, both mathematical and linguistic" (review of Volume 4 of "The Collected Scientific Papers"), have not diminished. Volumes 1 through 4 encompass more than 280 articles. The first two contain virtually all of Samuelson's contributions to economic theory through mid-1964; Volume 3 contains all the scientific papers written from mid-1964 through 1970, and the last volume brings his work up to through 1976. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Three Original Paintings

      - Two original acrylic miniature paintings and one miniature watercolor painting. Each is approximately 3.25" x 4.25" and is housed in an envelope addressed to Lady Kay Deeks. As follows: 1) an original acrylic painting mounted on a white card with Nocho's name stamped on the verso and on the flap of the envelope. The envelope was sent from Montreal and postmarked 1966, addressed in his Nocho's hand to Lady Kay Deeks in London, with his return address handwritten on the flap; 2) an original acrylic painting on a small greeting card, Inscribed inside "May God Forever Bless You" and Signed "Lobo Nocho." The envelope is postmarked New York 1968 and is addressed in his hand to "Lady Kay" with his name and address handwritten on the flap of the envelope; 3) an original watercolor on a greeting card Inscribed inside "God Bless" and Signed "Lobo Nocho." "Lady Kay Deeks" is written in his hand on the envelope, which was apparently delivered in person, as it bears no postal marks. The paintings are of abstract subjects and are quite striking. They are in fine condition. The envelopes are in very good condition.Nocho was an African-American expatriate artist who spent much of his life in France. He grew up in Philadelphia. When he was 19, he joined the Canadian Army, then transferred to the U.S. Army and participated in the Normandy invasion. Though many of his paintings won top awards and were exhibited in Philadelphia, he refused to sell any of them. At age 25, he renounced his American citizenship. His older brother said, "He was always sensitive about race and the way Negroes are treated in this country. He just couldn't adjust to Philadelphia life any more and once told me he thought everyone who looked at him on the street regarded him not as a painter, not even as a human being, but as a black man." After renouncing his citizenship, he worked as a singer and a dancer as well as a painter. He painted the design on the door of the popular Paris jazz club, the Mars Club, a haunt of American musicians, especially African-American musicians.At the age of 44, after becoming a French citizen, he became romantically involved with the fifty-year-old Sarah Churchill, daughter of Sir Winston Churchill. She rented a lavish Roman villa for him in which he could paint, though Churchill's father did not approve of her affair "with a Negro artist-playboy" (*Jet*, July 28, 1966). One of her published poems decries his objections: "Forgive me if I do not cry / The day you die / The simplest reason that I know / You said you'd rather have it so" and "This is what I have chosen / This moment bitter and free / This is what I have chosen." Nocho's vivid, original art is very uncommon.

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        The Savage Mind.

      University of Chicago 1966 - First Edition of the author's magum opus. Octavo. Inscribed by Claude Levi- Strauss on the half title page, "Author's compliments to ______ Claude Levi-Strauss." Light rubbing to the bottom cloth, a near fine copy in a near fine dust jacket. Lévi-Strauss explains that the savage mind is not a particular mind but "rather a mind in its untamed state as distinct from mind cultivated or domesticated for the purpose of yielding a return" (219). The Savage Mind was one of the earliest works of structural anthropology, and it was vastly influential to the general field. The book also influenced the philosophical fields of structuralism and post-structuralism. The application of bricolage to social structure, the unified application of interdisciplinary studies to a single field, directly inspired Jacques Derrida's essay "Structure, Sign and Play". And the notion that social structures can be recontextualized plays a large role in Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari's Capitalism and Schizophrenia. "Every word, like a sacred object, has its place. No précis is possible. This extraordinary book must be read" (Edmund Carpenter, New York Times Book Review). [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        Oeuvres Complètes.

      Club De L'honnête Homme, 1963-1966. P - 12 volumes in-8, pleine reliure d'editeur bleue, rhodoïds. Edition annotée par Maurice Bardeche, avec de nombreux fac-similés et documents photographiques hors-texte. Bon exemplaire de cette edition à tirage limité.

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        The Galilee Hitch-Hiker

      San Francisco:: Cranium Press,, 1966. . A Very Good plus copy in illustrated red paper, stitched binding. Signed & Dated January 15, 1967 by Brautigan. Slight offsetting to rear panel of illustrated wraps. 1/700 copies..

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