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        Viaggetto in Etruria.

      Trieste-Roma, ALUT, 1966. PRIMA EDIZIONE. In 8vo (cm. 22,5); copertina originale; pp. 16, (4). Uno dei 60 esemplari numerati da I a LX per gli autori. FIRMA AUTOGRAFA di Ungaretti e di B. Caruso. Non è presente l?incisione di Bruno Caruso. Bella dedica autografa (inchiostro verde) ad un grande scrittore del ?900 .... l?augurio del tuo vecchio amico... Roma 3/2/1966. Axs

      [Bookseller: Libreria Bongiorno Paolo]
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        Autograph Letter Signed to Richard Elman

      December 16 [1966]. Six pages of text, handwritten on both sides of three pages, a tirade against Random House/Pantheon's "rotten & inexcusable" failure to promote Elman's book (The Poorhouse State) blended with parallel fears over Random House's coming launch of his own book (Hell's Angels). Thompson covers four possible fronts (Aspen, Denver, San Francisco, L.A.) where he might be able to get press for Elman, pausing occasionally to take swipes at Random House, to note that he himself hasn't yet read Elman's book ("maybe it's rotten & inexcusable too - eh?"), and to suggest that he and Elman team up and join the Oklahoma City Police Department. He promises to make efforts on Elman's behalf but warns that all he can do is mail the books off and "hope for the best. I can't be too hard-nosed with them because I don't want to be black-listed before they have a go at mine" (Hell's Angels, which was officially published the following month). He concludes by asking Elman to do what he can to get Hell's Angels reviewed: "My entire financial future hangs in the balance." Signed, "HST." A noteworthy letter for a number of reasons, but most importantly because Elman was the person who was most directly responsible for getting Hell's Angels published. In his memoir, Namedropping, Elman writes about meeting Thompson, who had called him on the basis of their having a mutual friend. After taking Elman on a scary motorcycle ride around Central Park and New York City, Thompson showed him the manuscript of Hell's Angels, told him their mutual friend had said that he, Elman, had connections in publishing and asked if he could find someone who would be interested in publishing this. Elman had written for The Nation so he showed the piece to Carey McWilliams, the editor of the magazine, and McWilliams printed an excerpt from it in The Nation soon after, the first publication of any portion of the book. Then Elman took the manuscript to his own editor at Pantheon, Sara Blackburn, who loved the book and decided to offer Thompson a contract. At the sales meeting to discuss it, however, Jason Epstein, the editor at Random House, got so excited by the project that he took it from Blackburn and Pantheon and made it a Random House book, offering Thompson a larger contract than Pantheon had (Pantheon was at the time part of the Random House group of publishers, which also included Alfred A. Knopf). A historic letter, at a critical point in Thompson's career, which sheds light on Thompson's and Elman's earlier relationship, when Elman helped Thompson get his work noticed: here the tables are turned, and Elman is seeking Thompson's help, although Thompson, who still has not yet had a book published, can do little to reciprocate. 500 words; writ large in red pen, on gray paper, folded in thirds for mailing, with a crimped, short tear at the middle of the right margin; near fine. .

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        [Playscript]: The Birthday Party

      New York: Haila Stoddard [and] Mark Wright [circa 1966]. Playscript for the American Broadway production. 139 photo-mechanically duplicated leaves, printed rectos only, bradbound into black, die-cut Russell Reproduction Studio wrappers. A faint tidemark at the bottom of the first few leaves and a stain (and paper remnants) on the rear wrap, else very good or better. Hand-numbered "#57" on the title page. After bombing in London in 1958 and almost derailing Pinter's career as a playwright, the American version, produced by Stoddard, Wright, and Leonard S. Field, debuted nearly a decade later to critical acclaim. It ran for 126 performances in 1967-68 and won a Tony Award for Best Actor for James Patterson.

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        [Playscript]: Malcolm

      [1966]. Very good in a softcover post binder from Lillian North Typing Service, New York. Personal copy of Clinton Wilder with his name on the title page. Typewritten script of the play adapted by Albee from the novel by James Purdy. Signed by the author and dated 1979. .

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        While Jewels Rot

      Belfast: Festival Publications. [1966]. His scarce first book, a poetry collection published at Queen's University of Belfast, in Ireland, which the author attended and where he befriended fellow poet, and later Nobel Prize winner, Seamus Heaney. Heaney's first book, Eleven Poems, was published in the same series of chapbooks as this title. Deane's first novel, Reading in the Dark, not published until 1996, was shortlisted for the Booker Prize and won the Irish Times International Fiction Prize and the Irish Literature Prize in 1997. Fine in stapled wrappers. . First Edition. Softcover.

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        FLAG FLUTTER & U.S. ELECTRIC

      New York: Lines / Aram Saroyan, 1966. First Edition. Wraps. Near Fine. 4to. Side-stapled mimeo wraps. Near fine. Minor rubbing, soil/toning to covers. Tiny chip to rear wrapper. Else clean, bright and sound. Coolidge's first book, with a cover by the poet.

      [Bookseller: Brian Cassidy, Bookseller]
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        MOTHER NIGHT

      New York: Harper & Row Publishers New York: Harper & Row, Publishers,. [1966]. cloth-backed boards.. A fine copy in fine dust jacket with several thin vertical lines of. soiling on rear panel (most likely during the printing process, not. abuse). A sharp copy. (#102841). First hardcover edition. 5500 copies printed. Adds new introduction by Vonnegut. The author's third novel, first published in paperback in 1962. Pieratt, Huffman-klinkowitz, and Klinkowitz AD2.

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        The Years As Catches

      Oyez Berkeley: Oyez. 1966. First. First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper. One of 30 numbered and Signed hors de commerce copies of the hardcover issue that have had the endpapers of the book extensively hand-illustrated by the author. .

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        DEATH OF A NATURALIST

      London: Faber and Faber, 1966. First edition, 4th prnt (1970). Inscribed by Heaney on the front free endpage. "for Alan with good wishes Seamus Heaney." Board cloth with touch of shelfwear at corners and spine ends, London bookstore sticker on front pastedown, dusty topedge; dustjacket with publisher's price sticker next to price-clip on front flap, quarter-inch closed tear at the top of the rear flap fold , minimal edgewear, toning on flaps' topedges and folds; a laminated sheet has been applied to the jacket that extends to each flap; it is not immediately apparent. Very Good condition in a Very Good dustjacket with an archival cover. Heaney's first book. Inscribed by Author. First Edition. Hardcovers. The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

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        Winston S. Churchill [the official biography]. COMPLETE SET OF FIRST EDITIONS IN DUST-WRAPPERS

      Heinemann, [1966-88]. 8 Main Volumes plus 13 Companion Volumes, together 21 vols., roy. 8vo., First Edition, with titles in red and black, maps and geneaological tables; original cloth, gilt backs, red tops where called for, all very good, clean copies in unclipped dustwrapper, two or three wrappers with light chafing at edges. The Main Volumes comprise: Vol I: Youth 1874-1900; Vol. II: Young Statesman 1901-1914; Vol. III: 1914-1916; Vol. IV: 1917-1922; Vol. V: 1922-1939; Vol. VI: Finest Hour 1939-1941; Vol. VII: Road to Victory 1941-1945; Vol. VIII: Never Despair 1945-1965.The Companion Volumes comprise Volume I Part 1: 1874-1896; Volume I Part 2: 1896-1900; Volume II Part 1: 1901-1907; Volume II Part 2: 1907-1911; Volume II Part 3: 1911-1914; Volume III Part 1: August 1914-April 1915; Volume III Part 2: May 1915-December 1916; Volume IV Part 1: January 1917-June 1919; Volume IV Part 2: July 1919-March 1921; Volume IV Part 3: April 1921-November 1922; Volume V Part 1: The Exchequer Years 1922-1929; Volume V Part 2: The Wilderness Years 1929-1935; Volume V Part 3: The Coming of War 1936-1939. The dustwrapper of all Main Volumes are the preferred solid colour format.A LOVELY SET AND INCREASINGLY SCARCE IN THIS CONDITION

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        Fluxclinic Record of Features and Feats

      NY: Fluxus, 1966. Very good. Single sheet printed on one side with accompanying folder [offset lithograph on white card stock, folded once, printed on both sides] both in fine condition. Playing doctor is a favorite children’s game. It permits the exploration of each other’s body, and acts as a kind of surrogate catharsis against real doctors who hurt. In performance, Fluxus frequently took simple everyday activities , especially children’s games, and manipulated them as metaphors for larger social and political views. The folder for Fluxclinic Record of Features and Feats was produced by Fluxus for use in Fluxclinic events starting in 1966. Fluxus Codex Page 268.

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        Pater Noster.

      Rizzoli 1966 In-folio, pp. 27, 9 tavole fuori testo, di cui 8 litografie firmate in lastra da Dalì. Legatura in seta blu con disegno in oro al piatto e al dorso, I margini dei piatti

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        SLOTT OCH HERRESÄTEN I SVERIGE 1-18.

      Huvudredaktör: Sven T. Kjellberg. Malmö: Allhem, 1966-72. 7144 s. Komplett svit i 18 volymer inbundna i förlagets dekorerade pappband (s. k. konstläderband). Samtliga delar med bevarade delvis obetydligt nötta och lagade skyddsomslag, och delvis med bevarade skyddskassetter. Rikt illustrerade övervägande med fotografier, delvis i färg, samt med utvikbara kartor.. Skåne 1-3, Uppland 1-2, Halland/Bohuslän/Blekinge, Södermanland 1-2, Västergötland/Värmland/Dalsland 1-2, Närke/Västmanland, Dalarna/Norrland, Östergötland 1-2, De kungliga slotten 1-2, Riksfästen och residens, Småland/Öland/Gotland

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        Slott och herresäten i Sverige 1-18.

      Allhems förlag. Malmö 1966-72. 7144 s. Rikt illustrerad. Förlagets vinröda konstläderband (pluivisinband) med naggade skyddsomslag. Komplett svit i 18 volymer. Lagad reva med japanpapper i skyddsomslaget till del I Västergötland/ Värmland/ Dalsland. 22 x 16 cm.. Skåne I-III. Uppland I-II. Halland/Bohuslän/Blekinge. Södermanland I-II. Västergötland/Värmland/Dalsland I-II. Närke/Västmanland. Dalarna/Norrland. Östergötland I-II. De kungliga slotten I-II. Riksfästen och residens. Småland/Öland/Gotland

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        THE WINTER BEACH. Signed

      New York: William Morrow & Company Inc., 1966 Ogburn, Charlton Jr. THE WINTER BEACH. Signed. New York: William Morrow & Company, Inc., 1966. 8vo., 321pp with index. Publisher's 1/4 white-lettered brown cloth over baby blue paper covered boards. A near fine or better example illustrated with maps & over forty superb line drawings by Marcia & Edward Norman, in a near fine price intact pictorial dustwrapper. Neatly signed in full in black ink on the title page. A very handsome book production, winner of the 1967 prize for natural history writing: The John Burroughs Medal.. "In late October, 1964, in a small bus equpped for camping [Ogburn] set out alone for upper Maine. From Mount Desert Island, he traveled southward with the season, pausing for intensive explorations of Cape Cod and Nantucket, of the Long Island beaches, and of Chincoteague and Assateague Islands off the Virginia shore, until he reached the outer banks of North Carolina. The result is a book of eloquence and vitality, of depth and beauty, and one to which the reader will return again and again." [from the jacket]. This is Ogburn's Classic & an important book in the Natural History genre. Here, he explores and ruminates upon the various Atlantic seacoasts always noting the austere beauty of the sea in winter. An extraordinary vibrant & well informed work, a mixture of scientific fact & sweeping epiphany. Not as well known as Henry Beton's 1928 clasic, The Outermost House but certainly on a par. Very uncommon signed. Custom embossed dark blue cloth slipcase in very fine condition.. Signed by Author. First Edition.

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        The Last Battle

      . Publisher's original unbound uncorrected galleys in 8.5 x 11 inch sheets. Some editorial corrections in ink. Book condition: Fine Condition

      [Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A]
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        I Tre Cosmonauti - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      Milano: Bompiani editore. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1966. First Edition; First Printing; Signed by Author. Hardcover. A scarce First Edition/First Printing (Finito di stampare nel mese di ottobre 1966) , Contursi Aa03a. Minor lamination bubbling to covers, little soiling and water staining to end papers, else Near Fine in pictorial paper-covered boards, lacking the dust-wrapper. Signed by author Umberto Eco on the title page. From the personal library of Eco Bibliographer James Contursi ; Three astronauts from different countries land on Mars, meet a strange Martian, and make an amazing discovery about the nature of humanity. The second of three children's books of Eco. Not just for children. In the original Italian language. Translated into The Three Astronauts in 1989 .

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        A Candle for the Dead

      NY: Abelard-Schuman, 1966. hardcover. VG+/NF. 1st edition, 1st printing Basis for the 1967 UK film, The Violent Enemy, starring Tom Bell as Sean Rogan. Book has slight slant, shelf wear on bottom edges, chipping at top corner of half-title page and bookplate on half-title page. Jacket has both corners of front flap clipped and rubbing at spine and flap fold ends. We offer a LIFETIME GUARANTEE. See KHBOOKS for details.

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        All the Assholes in the World and Mine

      Bensenville: Open Skull Press, 1966. Paperback. Very good. First Edition, circa 400 copies. [12]pp. Wraps show just the lightest soiling, otherwise a near fine copy. Krumhansl 23.

      [Bookseller: Kenneth Mallory Bookseller. ABAA]
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        The Last Picture Show

      Dial 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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        Sweet Life

      Harry N. Abrams New York: Harry N. Abrams. (1966). First. First edition. Oblong folio. Fine in fine dustwrapper. A beautiful copy of a splendid book, with deep, rich gravure images. Parr and Badger, The Photobook Volume 1, p. 254-255. .

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        Jours effeuillés. Poèmes, essais, souvenirs 1920-1965. Préface de Marcel Jean.

      20,5x14 cm. 669 p., 1 f. Avec un frontispice et 39 illustrations dans le texte. Broché. Bleikasten Ab 115. - Edition originale. - No. 28/31 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin pur Lafuma-Navarre (tirage: 2530 expl.). Collection des textes écrits en français et les textes écrits en allmand, traduits en français par Arp même, classés par ordre chronologique. - Très bel exemplaire non coupé.

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat]
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        Ausstellung von Plastiken, Zeichnungen und Graphik.

      4°. 22 n.n. S. Mit 40 s/w. Abbildungen. Illustrierte Originalbroschur. Eines von 125 numerierten Exemplaren der Vorzugsaugabe mit einem signierten und numerierten Kupferstich (Tell). Vorderdeckel numeriert, Vortitelblatt numeriert und signiert. Beigegeben ein zweiter signierter Kupferstich (ebenfalls "Tell") mit einer handschriftlichen Widmung Luginbühls an Hans Bolliger und von als Probeabdruck bezeichnet. - Der Katalog verzeichnet 32 Nummern.

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        Octopussy And The Living Daylights - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      London: Jonathan Cape. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1966. First Edition; First Printing; Signed by Biographee. Cloth. An attractive copy of the First Edition/First Printing in Fine condition in alike, bright dust-wrapper with printed price of 10s 6d. Signed by James Bond girl Maryam D'Abo on the title page; From Jamaica, paradise of sunshine and exotic fish, to Berlin, cold city of stealth, James Bond pursues two strangely heroic enemies of the Secret Service. The first is a dying major whose dwindling hoard of gold conceals an act of treachery and the second an assassin whose identity disturbs Bond's deadly aim. Basis for the James Bond movies Octopussy with Roger Moore, Bond-Girl Maud Adams and The Living Daylights starring Timothy Dalton and Bond-Girl Maryam d'Abo .

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        An Alphabestiary

      Touchstone NY: Touchstone, 1966. First edition. Hardcover. Folios as issued laid-in green cloth tray-case. Very good./No Dust Jacket. Hebald, Milton. No text. Large folio, 53 x 38 cm. Limited edition, copy 79 of 100, signed by John Ciardi, with twenty-six poems by Ciardi, [one for each letter of the alphabet] and twenty-six original signed lithographs in black and white and color. The lithographs were printed by the "Il Torcoliere" workshop, Rome. Hebald, more noted for his sculpture contributes his alphabetical vision, each lithograph housed in separate, individual portfolios. Interior contents fresh, bright. and clean. Wear at tray-case front cover joints, light cover soiling.

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        On a Clear Day You Can See Forever

      Random House New York: Random House. (1966). First. First edition. Gift inscription, foxing to the endpapers, and a small stain on the front board, very good in very good price-clipped dustwrapper with a little spine-toning. Musical about a young woman whose psychiatrist discovers she lived a former life in 19th Century England. The Broadway show was nominated for three Tony Awards: Best Composer and Lyricist, Best Actor in a Musical (John Cullum), Best Actress in a Musical (Barbara Harris). Vincente Minnelli directed the sumptuous film version starring Barbra Streisand, Yves Montand, Bob Newhart, and Jack Nicholson. A very scarce title. .

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        Three Books from the Fantod Press. The Pious Infant; The Inanimate Tragedy; The Evil Garden

      Fantod Press New York: Fantod Press. 1966. First. First edition. Three volumes in stapled wrappers, in publisher's printed envelope as issued. Books are as new; the envelope is fresh with a little edgewear and a small closed tear to the flap fold. .

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        THE CRYING OF LOT 49

      Lippincott THE CRYING OF LOT 49, Lippincott, 1966, first edition, fine in near fine dust-wrapper with some slight wear.

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        Mirror of Venus

      Random House / Ridge Press New York: Random House / Ridge Press. (1966). First. First edition. Quarto. Near fine in a good only dustwrapper with a chip on the rear panel, and a couple of creased tears on the front panel. Nicely Inscribed by the photographer to a noted journalist : "To Donald Whistar Diehl, a fellow connoisseur of fine wine, with admiration and affection, Wingate Holmes Paine. New York September, 1966." The first edition is uncommon, but much more so inscribed. Hasselblad. The Open Book pp. 224-225. .

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        The Flim-Flam Man (Original screenplay for the 1967 film)

      Twentieth Century Fox Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1966. Second Draft Script for the 1967 film comedy, "The Flim-Flam Man," directed Irvin Kershner, based on the 1972 novel, "The Flim-Flam Man and the Apprentice Grifter," by Guy Owen, written for the screen by William Rose, and starring George C. Scott, Sue Lyon, and Harry Morgan. Michael Sarrazin plays a young man gone AWOL from the Army who makes the acquaintance of George C. Scott, a veteran confidence man. Scott takes a liking to Sarrazin, and offers to show him the tricks of the trade as they drift through the American South, pulling one scam after another. Blue studio wrappers, stamped SECOND DRAFT on the front wrapper, rubber-stamped copy No. 74, and dated July 15, 1966. Title page present, with a date of matching the title page and a credit for screenwriter Rose. 123 leaves, mimeograph, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus, bound with two gold brads.

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        Casa d'Oro [7 volumes]

      Fratelli Fabbri Editori Milan: Fratelli Fabbri Editori, 1966. Hardcover. vg. No copies OCLC! 7 volumes. 4to.Continuous pagination. 1200pp. All volumes are in gilt-embossed green leather in mylar with original, pictorial djs. Illustrated throughout with color pictures. Modern designs and architecture by: Alvar Aalto, Marcel Breuer, Charles Eames, Eero Saarinen, E. Aarnio, Scheichenbauer, G. Coslin et.al. Very minor creasing to djs, with some very minor tears at some edges. In Italian. Djs in very good, books in near fine condition.

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        Original Photographs of Hank Bauer in Presentation Binder from Life Magazine

      Folio. Spiral bound flexible red plastic Life Magazine wrappers. Binder is near fine with a little light wear. Clear sheets enclosing fifteen fine, original black and white, or sepia-toned photographs of baseball player Hank Bauer when he was manager of the World Series-winning 1966 Baltimore Orioles. Each photo has the back mark of Life Magazine, and the name of the photographer. Ten are by Bob Gomel and are labeled for an article "Baseball - Hank Bauer," the other five are by Jerry Brimacombe for an article "Sam McDowell." Sizes of each are approximately 8.5" x 13". Apparently prepared for two different articles, we can only presume that they were given to Bauer in this presentation folder. Bauer is pictured alternately pensive, playful, and pugnacious, including a series of photos of him nose-to-nose with an equally unhappy umpire. The hardnosed Bauer had been a Marine hero in WWII and was also noted as one of Mickey Mantle's preferred drinking partners when he played for the New York Yankees. .

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        The Faulkner-Cowley File: Letters and Memories, 1944-1962

      The Viking Press New York: The Viking Press. (1966). First. First edition. Fine in near fine dustwrapper with a tiny tear at the crown and a touch of age-toning. This copy Inscribed by Cowley: "For Allan Lang, Malcolm Cowley." Also, with author's complimentary slip laid in. An excellent copy. .

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        The Last Analysis

      Weidenfeld and Nicholson (London): Weidenfeld and Nicholson. 1966. First. Uncorrected proof of the first English edition. Printed decorated orange wrappers. Fine. Uncommon format of this play by the Nobel laureate. .

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        Terre promise d'Afrique. Symphonie en noir et or avec dix-sept lithographies originales de Hans Erni.

      Quer-2° (36 x 38 cm), 143 (7) S., 17 farb. Orig.-Lithogr., Lose Doppelbl. in HPgt., alles 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.

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        WILD FLOWERS ETCHINGS BY

      New York. 1966. [New York?]. 1966.. [2] leaves plus ten etchings. Quarto (36 x 25.5 cm; 14 x 10"). Loose sheets, laid into folding cloth portfolio. A few smudges to portfolio, otherwise fine. One of a total edition of 110 copies (including 10 artist's proofs), consisting of ten original etchings (plate size 12.5 x 9.5 cm) by Schwartz, printed on handmade Italia paper by Emiliano Sorini, with each etching signed and numbered in the margin by the artist. A beautiful suite by this notable master of the medium, whose later works have illustrated or accompanied texts by Anthony Hecht and Czeslaw Milosz.

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        MOTHER NIGHT

      New York: Harper & Row Publishers New York: Harper & Row, Publishers,. [1966]. cloth-backed boards.. A fine copy in fine dust jacket. A sharp copy. (#141506). First hardcover edition. 5500 copies printed. Adds new introduction by Vonnegut. The author's third novel, first published in paperback in 1962. Pieratt, Huffman-klinkowitz, and Klinkowitz AD2.

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        LIBER EXEMPLORUM AD USUM PRAEDICANTIUM

      Gregg Press 1966. Saeculo XIII Compositus A Quodam Fratre Minore Anglico de Provincia Hiberniae. Secundum Codicem Dunelmensem Editus per AG Little. 177 pp. Latin text with Notes section in English. Index. Brown cloth. Title gt spine. VG+

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        EVERY BUILDING ON THE SUNSET STRIP

      Self published Los Angeles: Self-published, 1966. First edition. Ruscha, Edward. 8vo., folding panorama, with the extra fold found only in the first state. Stiff white wrappers. Housed in silver-paper covered slipcase. The spine is toned and has a vertical crease; the slipcase has a tiny crack at the opening, and the silver foil is lightly rubbed; in all, a very good copy.Although not noted, this first edition, first state was limited to 1000 copies. A frame-by-frame photographic record of every building on the Strip.

      [Bookseller: Andrew Cahan: Bookseller, Ltd ]
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        Winston S. Churchill. Youth 1874-1900. Young Statesman 1901-1914. 1914-1916. 1917-1922. 1922-1939. Finest Hour 1939-1941. Road to Victory 1941-1945. 'Never Despair' 1945-1965.

      London: Heinemann (1966-88).. Eight volumes, all first editions, 8vo. Each volume well illustrated with photographs. Cloth, d.w.'s, small tear to the top of volume I, upper wrapper of volume V partly faded, some other minor creasing, top edges stained red, that to volume V faded, overall a very good set. A monumental work of biography, Gilbert taking over the project at volume III.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop, ABA, ILAB]
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        The Last Picture Show

      Dial Press New York: Dial Press. 1966. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine. 1966, First Edition. 280 pp. Hardcover, oatmeal cloth. Near Fine copy in a Near Fine dust jacket. Slight lean to the spine; small, faint adhesive shadow on the fly leaf; otherwise a clean and unmarked copy. The DJ shows minor wear to the spine ends and corners. DJ now housed in a mylar wrap. Digital images available upon request.

      [Bookseller: Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB ]
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        MESSAGE FROM THE INTERIOR

      Eakins Press NY: Eakins Press, 1966. First ed. Evans, Walker. Square folio, 12 gravure plates with tissue guards. Grey cloth, titled in white ink on the spine with a printed paper label on front cover. A, as new fine copy.

      [Bookseller: Andrew Cahan: Bookseller, Ltd ]
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        Historiettes Galantes. Pointes-seches de Amandine Dore

      Historiettes Galantes. Pointes-seches de Amandine Dore. Paris: Bibliophiles de la Basoche, 1966. Copy number 305 of 350. Folio (13 3/4" x 11 ½"). Unbound, as issued, in wrappers with an extra suite of plates. Fine in protected clamshell box. Complete with 15 hand-colored dry points and a separate suite of five uncolored plates. The prints were pulled at l'Atelier Manuel Robbe and colored by Editions de l'Ibis. A charming portfolio of flirtatious stories with prints that are somewhat erotic, yet not overt.

      [Bookseller: Golden Legend, Inc. ]
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        PASSAGES 22-27 OF THE WAR

      Berkeley: Oyez 1966. [Berkeley]: Oyez, [1966].. Pictorial wrappers, handbound into red cloth. Fine. First edition, first issue, hardbound (presentation) issue. One of six copies, specially bound, with a handwritten limitation statement by Duncan, in this case illuminated by a multicolored ink border: "4 of 6 bound by Dorothy Hawley and signed by the author Robert Duncan for John Martin." Bertholf's discussion of a collage of photographs and newspaper clippings may have been particular to the copy he examined, and the extra illumination by Duncan of the colophon present in this copy does not figure in his description and may be particular to this copy for presentation to his future publisher. Laid in front is a small slip of paper, bearing Denise Levertov's address, in Duncan's hand. By virtue of the limitation, a rare form of this title. BERTHOLF A19b.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        Wormwood

      Dolmen Press (Dublin): Dolmen Press. (1966). First. First edition. Thin quarto. Quarter vellum and veneered boards. Prospectus laid in. Spine ends a trifle bumped, still fine in fine unprinted tissue dustwrapper with one short tear. One of 350 copies Signed by the poet. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Magus

      Jonathan Cape 1966. [xii], 617 pp. Boards in pictorial dw. A splendid copy with minimal foxing to the inside of the jacket.

      [Bookseller: Stephen Foster (also as Fosters' Booksho]
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        CATCH-22

      Modern Library NY: Modern Library, 1966 First Modern Library edition, first prnt. Issued September, 1966. Modern Library book #375. Inscribed by Heller on the title page. "To Alan, Joseph Heller, 1/5/75." Spine slightly cocked and touch of shelfwear to board cloth; dustjacket with beginning tonong, shelfwear with chips at spine ends, perforation on front flap fold, interior faint dampstain at spine bottom edge (not visible on the outside). Bright, clean copy. Very Good condition in about Very Good dustjacket with an archival cover. Heller's first novel.Inscribed & Dated by Author. First Thus. Hardcover. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

      [Bookseller: Revere Books, ABAA & IOBA ]
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        BESTIARE

      Paris: Printed by the artist 1966. Paris: Printed by the artist, 1966.. [2],14 leaves. Folio (65 x 50 cm). Loose sheets. Slight tanning at extreme edges, otherwise very good to near fine. First edition. A suite of fourteen sheets of engravings and intaglios (often with multiple or composite images per sheet), some involving color, plus a frontis of "un chou rouge" on the title leaf and an illustrated index leaf. Copy # 72 of an edition of 120 copies, printed on BFK Rives, with the two prelims numbered as to the impression, and the fourteen sheets of engravings numbered and signed by the artist.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        Typescript of the English translation of his "The Parisians and the Germans"

      published in New York: PLAYBOY January 1966 [published in New York: PLAYBOY, January, 1966. 8-1/2 x 11 inches. 31pp, on rectos of unruled paper, first page with PLAYBOY's printed overlay bearing title, date of the issue, and printer's directions; with numerous editorial corrections in pencil throughout. Stapled. A few creases, slight soiling, overall very good . First appearance of Guy Daniel's translation of Sartre's important essay on Paris under the German occupation, first published in the London magazine, FRANCE LIBRE in 1945; and in SITUATIONS, Vol. III, 1949

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
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