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        A Hall of Mirrors

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1967. First edition of the author's first book. Octavo. Signed by Stone who has additionally added the line from this title as follows, "They killed my girl," Rheinhardt said, walking down the street. "I'm gonna to bust up the bar." Laid in a program from a literary festival signed by Stone as well. Light wear to the bottom boards, else near fine in a very good dust jacket.A Hall of Mirrors served to identify a major new talent who lived up to his seeming promise with the critically acclaimed novels Dog Soldiers (1974, National Book Award), A Flag for Sunrise (1981), and Outerbridge Reach (1992). "Stone's position as a leading novelist has been well earned for the skill with which he imbues the novel of action with moral and political dimensions" (Stringer, 646).

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        Autograph postcard signed and 2 postcards signed.

      Cortona and Venice, 1959 to 1967. - Oblong 8vo. Altogether 3 pp. With one envelope. To Mr. and Ms. Julien Cain: "Bien à vous. Merci à bientôt | Marc Chagall", followed by some autogr. lines and signature of Aimé Maeght and his wife (Venice, [12. IX. 1960]. - The two other cards were written and signed by Vava, and signed by Chagall ("Marc").

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        Wissenschaft und Weisheit: Zeitschrift für augustinisch-franziskanische Theologie und Philosophie in der Gegenwart (KONVOLUT der Jahrgänge 1967 (30. Band) - 2001 (64. Band) - einheitlich gebunden in 16 Bänden); es fehlt Jahrgang 1971/ 1972 (34/ 35. Band)!!,

      Patmos Verlag 1967 - 2001. - je Jahrgang ca. 250 Seiten; Der Erhaltungszustand des hier angebotenen Werks ist trotz seiner Bibliotheksnutzung sauber. Es befindet sich lediglich ein Bibliotheksstempel im jeweiligen Band; ordnungsgemäß entwidmet. KOMPLETTPREIS für 16 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 15000

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        Cerceaux ‘sorcellent.

      - Paris, Jeanne Bucher; Bale, Edit. Beyeler, 1967. Mm. 215x270, illustrato in nero e a colori. Brossura editoriale illustrata a risvolti. Edizione originale. Uno dei 750 esemplari numerati. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Europe: Where Time Has Stopped (First Edition)

      Kashima Kenkyujo Shupankan, Tokyo 1967 - This is a first edition, first printing of the critically acclaimed photobook, Europe: Where Time Has Stopped published by Kashima Kenkyujo Shupankan, Tokyo in 1967. Measuring approximately 11.75 x 8 inches and containing 105 black and white and 30 color photographs including 5 gatefolds, the book is bound in blue cloth boards and housed in a photographically illustrated slipcase with acetate cover. Included in the book is the original publishers post card as issued. The book is in Near FINE+ condition with a very small crease to the corner of one of the gatefolds . The slipcase is in Near FINE condition with some wear to the corners and a small loss to the spine head of the acetate covering. This is a notoriously fragile title and is very rarely found in collectible condition. Overall, this is a superior copy of an influential photobook that is becoming increasingly scarce. Europe: Where Time Has Stopped earned Ikko Narahara the Japan Photo Critics Association Photographer of the Year Award, The Mainichi Art Award, and the Minister of Educations Award. The book is cited in Ryuichi Kanekos reference work on Japanese Photobooks, Japanese Photobooks of the 1960s and 1970s. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Emil Cimiotti,stehende II, 1967, signiert

      1967 - Emil Cimiotti, Stehende II, signiert, 1967 emil cimiotti,stehende II, 1967, unter der standfläche gestempelt cimiotti und nummeriert LL 10, auflage 100, hier exemplar 10, bronze geschliffen, erschienen als jahresgabe kunstverein braunschweig, maße etwa 21,5 x 7 x 4,5 cm, abgebildet auf seite 161 des werkverzeichnisses der plastiken 1955 - 1977, brusberg dokumente 10, 1978, Cimiotti (19. August 1927 in Göttingen) ist ein Bildhauer des deutschen Informel.Cimiotti begann 1949 nach der Rückkehr aus der Kriegsgefangenschaft und einer Lehre als Steinmetz sein Studium an der Kunstakademie Stuttgart bei Otto Baum und Karl Hils. Willi Baumeister, der an der Akademie Malerei lehrte, forderte und förderte ihn durch sein Interesse. 1951 ging Cimiotti an die Hochschule der Künste nach Berlin zu Karl Hartung, der ihn allerdings nach zwei Monaten aus seiner Klasse wies. Cimiotti ging für ein Semester nach Paris zu Ossip Zadkine. Er besuchte Constantin Brâncuși, Le Corbusier sowie Fernand Leger. 1952 kehrte Cimiotti an die Kunstakademie Stuttgart zurück, wo er 1954 sein Akademiestudium beendete. 1956 kam es zu ersten Ausstellungsbeteiligungen und heftigen Verrissen durch die Kunstkritik. 1957 erhielt Cimiotti den Kunstpreis „junger westen 57“ für Bildhauerei. Dieselben Arbeiten, die eben noch verrissen worden waren, wurden nun begeistert gefeiert, nachdem Albert Schulze Vellinghausen und John Antony Thwaites sehr positiv darüber berichtet hatten. 1958 war Cimiotti mit einer Werkgruppe im Italienischen Pavillon der 29. Biennale in Venedigvertreten. 1959 erhielt Cimiotti den Kunstpreis „junger westen 59“ für Handzeichnung sowie das Stipendium der Villa Massimo in Rom. Er nahm an derdocumenta II 1959 in Kassel sowie an Ausstellungen in den USA und Paris teil. 1960 wurden die in Rom entstandenen Arbeiten im Kölner Kunstverein ausgestellt und fast sämtlich von Museen erworben. Er nahm an der 30. Biennale in Venedig im Deutschen Pavillon mit Baumeister, Bissier und Schmidt-Rottluff teil. 1963 wurde er als Gründungsmitglied der Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig berufen. Er nahm 1964 an der documenta III teil. 1966 änderte er seine Arbeitsweise, er schaffte Auflagengüsse in Sandguss. Es entstanden größere Freiplastiken für die Universitäten Göttingen, Kiel und Konstanz. 1971 kehrte Cimiotti zu seiner alten Technik des direkten Arbeitens in Wachs zurück. Es entstanden Stillleben, letztlich Vanitasmotive. Cimiotti setzte erstmals bei seinen Plastiken Farbe ein. 1981 erlaubte ein schwerer Unglücksfall in der Familie bis Mitte 1983 kaum plastisches Arbeiten. 1989 folgten die letzten Jahre der Lehrtätigkeit an der Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig und der Umzug in das neue Atelier in Hedwigsburg. Äußerst produktive Jahre folgten, mit Retrospektiven inOsnabrück und Recklinghausen. Er nahm an der Ausstellung „Europäische Plastik der Informel“ im Wilhelm-Lehmbruck-Museum in Duisburg teil und wurde zum Mitglied der Akademie der Künste in Berlin-Brandenburg gewählt. Preise: 1957 Kunstpreis junger westen für Bildhauerei, 1959 Kunstpreis junger westen für Handzeichnung, 1959 Stipendium der Villa Massimo in Rom, 1984 Niedersachsenpreis für Kultur, 2006 Ernst-Rietschel-Kunstpreis Infos: Internet [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Emil Cimiotti, Stehende I, signiert, 1967

      1967 - Emil Cimiotti, Stehende I, signiert, 1967, unter der standfläche gestempelt cimiotti sowie (wohl) nummeriert 69, bronze geschliffen, auflage 100 als jahresgabe kunstverein braunschweig, maße etwa 19 x 7,5 x 3,5 cm, abgebildet auf seite 160 des werkverzeichnsses der plastiken 1955 - 1977, brusberg dokumente 10, 1978, Cimiotti (19. August 1927 in Göttingen) ist ein Bildhauer des deutschen Informel.Cimiotti begann 1949 nach der Rückkehr aus der Kriegsgefangenschaft und einer Lehre als Steinmetz sein Studium an der Kunstakademie Stuttgart bei Otto Baum und Karl Hils. Willi Baumeister, der an der Akademie Malerei lehrte, forderte und förderte ihn durch sein Interesse. 1951 ging Cimiotti an die Hochschule der Künste nach Berlin zu Karl Hartung, der ihn allerdings nach zwei Monaten aus seiner Klasse wies. Cimiotti ging für ein Semester nach Paris zu Ossip Zadkine. Er besuchte Constantin Brâncuși, Le Corbusier sowie Fernand Leger. 1952 kehrte Cimiotti an die Kunstakademie Stuttgart zurück, wo er 1954 sein Akademiestudium beendete. 1956 kam es zu ersten Ausstellungsbeteiligungen und heftigen Verrissen durch die Kunstkritik. 1957 erhielt Cimiotti den Kunstpreis „junger westen 57“ für Bildhauerei. Dieselben Arbeiten, die eben noch verrissen worden waren, wurden nun begeistert gefeiert, nachdem Albert Schulze Vellinghausen und John Antony Thwaites sehr positiv darüber berichtet hatten. 1958 war Cimiotti mit einer Werkgruppe im Italienischen Pavillon der 29. Biennale in Venedigvertreten. 1959 erhielt Cimiotti den Kunstpreis „junger westen 59“ für Handzeichnung sowie das Stipendium der Villa Massimo in Rom. Er nahm an derdocumenta II 1959 in Kassel sowie an Ausstellungen in den USA und Paris teil. 1960 wurden die in Rom entstandenen Arbeiten im Kölner Kunstverein ausgestellt und fast sämtlich von Museen erworben. Er nahm an der 30. Biennale in Venedig im Deutschen Pavillon mit Baumeister, Bissier und Schmidt-Rottluff teil. 1963 wurde er als Gründungsmitglied der Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig berufen. Er nahm 1964 an der documenta III teil. 1966 änderte er seine Arbeitsweise, er schaffte Auflagengüsse in Sandguss. Es entstanden größere Freiplastiken für die Universitäten Göttingen, Kiel und Konstanz. 1971 kehrte Cimiotti zu seiner alten Technik des direkten Arbeitens in Wachs zurück. Es entstanden Stillleben, letztlich Vanitasmotive. Cimiotti setzte erstmals bei seinen Plastiken Farbe ein. 1981 erlaubte ein schwerer Unglücksfall in der Familie bis Mitte 1983 kaum plastisches Arbeiten. 1989 folgten die letzten Jahre der Lehrtätigkeit an der Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig und der Umzug in das neue Atelier in Hedwigsburg. Äußerst produktive Jahre folgten, mit Retrospektiven inOsnabrück und Recklinghausen. Er nahm an der Ausstellung „Europäische Plastik der Informel“ im Wilhelm-Lehmbruck-Museum in Duisburg teil und wurde zum Mitglied der Akademie der Künste in Berlin-Brandenburg gewählt. Preise: 1957 Kunstpreis junger westen für Bildhauerei, 1959 Kunstpreis junger westen für Handzeichnung, 1959 Stipendium der Villa Massimo in Rom, 1984 Niedersachsenpreis für Kultur, 2006 Ernst-Rietschel-Kunstpreis Infos: Internet [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Aspen Winter Jazz

      John & Kimiko Powers, Aspen, 1967 - Artist poster. Offset color lithograph on glossy stock. 65.9 x 111.7 cm. Created by Lichtenstein for John & Kimiko Powers' “Aspen Winter Jazz Festival” held the weekend of 25 - 26 February, 1967. 1 cm-long horizontal soft crease to left margin edge, center; tiny bump to upper left corner, still VG+/Fine. Refrence: Corlett 44 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        James and the Giant Peach. A Children's Story

      London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd.,, 1967. Octavo. Original pictorial laminated boards, titles to spine and front cover in black. No dust jacket issued for this edition. Illustrated throughout the text by Michel Simeon. Name to front free endpaper, rubbing to spine tips a very presentable copy. First UK edition, first impression. A very good copy.

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        Predictions for the End: A Process Anthology

      Np: The Process Church of the Final Judgement, [1967]. Square 8vo, 81 pp, perfect bound in laminated wraps. Wraps and interior pages toned, with a faint smell as if from cigarette smoke; some creasing; very good. & & A historical survey of quotes by various hands aligned into an apocalyptic narrative by Father Joab, who was co-director of the Chicago chapter,accompanied by illustrations by Father Anatole. OCLC locates only five holdings.

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        Fish and Sky.

      New York: Tanglewood Press Inc., 1967 - Excellent condition. Presented float mounted in a light ash frame. Two colour screenprint on silver gelatin photographic print mounted on a lenticular offset lithograph on white compostion board with window mount. Image size: 27.9 x 35.5 cm. Mount size: 60.4 x 50.8 Edition of 200. Signed on the mount in pencil lower right by Lichtenstein, numbered lower left, also signed on verso of image in pencil upper right. The mount is an integral part of the print. Corlett 50

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        The Season to be Wary.

      Little Brown & Company, Boston, MA 1967 - Hardcover 1967, 1st edition edition. Inscribed and signed by Rod Serling to Lillian and Fred on front free endpaper. A lot of foxing to dust jacket, otherwise very good. Dust jacket bound in brodart cover. Binding firm. Pages unmarked and clean. Minor discoloration to front paste-down otherwise covers and text in very good condition. [276 pages] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A White Paper Will Blow Through the Streets

      Np: 1967. Artists' book, 25" circular sheet of Japanese paper, offset lithograph. Heavily creased, with some light toning to margins, else very good. & & A very early bookwork by Byars, consisting of the title phrase printed in small black letters on a large circular white sheet of Japanese paper, and distributed in Kyoto, Japan. At least one example of the work was supposed to have been released to blow through the streets of Kyoto. Rare. [Reference: Perfect is My Death Word No. 44]&

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        THE WISHING TREE

      RANDOM HOUSE, NEW YORK 1967 - THE WISHING TREE BY WILLIAM FAULKNER, RANDOM HOUSE 1967, 8VO, PP 82. ILLUSTRATED TEXT AND DJ BY DON BOLOGNESE. TURQUOISE BOARDS WITH FLORAL DECORATION, GILTED TITLE ON SPINE. CONDITION IS FINE THROUGHOUT AND DJ IS NEAR FINE WITH SOME WRINKLING NEAR TOP EDGE FRONT AND BACK. SEE PHOTOS DJ IS UNCLIPPED WITH ORIGINAL PRICE OF 3.95 UPPER RIGHT OF FRONT FLAP, BOTTOM OF FRONT FLAP HAS DATE OF 4/67, THIS IS FIRST PRINTING, SO STATED. THE LCCCN IS 66-21458 FAULKNER'S ONLY CHILDREN'S BOOK TELLS THE TALE OF DULCIE AND HER FRIENDS TAKEN ON A BIRTHDAY HUNT TO FIND THE WISHING TREE. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An Expensive Place to Die

      Jonathan Cape, 1967. 1st. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Very Good book in likewise Very Good dustwrapper. Some minor shelfwear to extremities mainly foot and top of dw spine. Not price-clipped no inscriptions. Secret Documents complete (10) in attached file. Very Good copy.

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        WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? Chaos or Community?

      Harper & Row 1967 Slight wear & slight chipping to DJ; SIGNED to front free endpaper, likely by secretary. Pamphlet laid in reprinting speech by Jack Greenberg of the NAACP. Stated first edition ; 8vo; 209 pages

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        The Outsiders

      New York: Viking, 1967. First edition of the author's first book, published when she was only seventeen years of age. Octavo, original black. Fine in near fine dust jacket that shows only light wear. Signed by the author on the title page. A very nice copy of an uncommon book. Published when she was only 18, Susan Eloise Hinton's first book was praised as "an impressive performance… a book alive with the fresh dialogue of her contemporaries" (New York Times). It was the basis of the acclaimed Francis Ford Coppola film, starring Tom Cruise, Rob Lowe and Diane Lane.

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        Anales de la Corona de Aragon,compuestos por Jeronimo Zurita. Edicion preparada por Angel Canellas Lopez. 9 Volumenes

      Institución Fernando el Católico / CSIC, Zaragoza 1967 - cubiertas bien conservadas láminas. . 5831 págs.

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        Fish and Sky

      New York: Tanglewood Press Inc.,, 1967. Two colour screenprint on silver gelatin photographic print mounted on a lenticular offset lithograph on white compostion board with window mount. Image size: 27.9 x 35.5 cm. Mount size: 60.4 x 50.8 Excellent condition. Presented float mounted in a light ash frame. Edition of 200. Signed on the mount in pencil lower right by Lichtenstein, numbered lower left, also signed on verso of image in pencil upper right. The mount is an integral part of the print.

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        emil cimiotti, kleine figur ein exemplare von 5, signiert

      1967 - emil cimiotti, kleine figur ein exemplare von 5, handsigniert, kleine figur, bronze geschliffen, maße etwa 20 x 8 x 4 cm, auflage 5 exemplare, eigenedition , 1967, abgebildet auf seite 160 des werkverzeichnsses der plastiken 1955 - 1977, brusberg dokumente 10, 1978, unter dem fuß von cimiotti bezeichnet "1 v. 5 ex." und handsigniert Emil Cimiotti (19. August 1927 in Göttingen) ist ein Bildhauer des deutschen Informel.Cimiotti begann 1949 nach der Rückkehr aus der Kriegsgefangenschaft und einer Lehre als Steinmetz sein Studium an der Kunstakademie Stuttgart bei Otto Baum und Karl Hils. Willi Baumeister, der an der Akademie Malerei lehrte, forderte und förderte ihn durch sein Interesse. 1951 ging Cimiotti an die Hochschule der Künste nach Berlin zu Karl Hartung, der ihn allerdings nach zwei Monaten aus seiner Klasse wies. Cimiotti ging für ein Semester nach Paris zu Ossip Zadkine. Er besuchte Constantin Brâncuși, Le Corbusier sowie Fernand Leger. 1952 kehrte Cimiotti an die Kunstakademie Stuttgart zurück, wo er 1954 sein Akademiestudium beendete. 1956 kam es zu ersten Ausstellungsbeteiligungen und heftigen Verrissen durch die Kunstkritik. 1957 erhielt Cimiotti den Kunstpreis „junger westen 57“ für Bildhauerei. Dieselben Arbeiten, die eben noch verrissen worden waren, wurden nun begeistert gefeiert, nachdem Albert Schulze Vellinghausen und John Antony Thwaites sehr positiv darüber berichtet hatten. 1958 war Cimiotti mit einer Werkgruppe im Italienischen Pavillon der 29. Biennale in Venedigvertreten. 1959 erhielt Cimiotti den Kunstpreis „junger westen 59“ für Handzeichnung sowie das Stipendium der Villa Massimo in Rom. Er nahm an derdocumenta II 1959 in Kassel sowie an Ausstellungen in den USA und Paris teil. 1960 wurden die in Rom entstandenen Arbeiten im Kölner Kunstverein ausgestellt und fast sämtlich von Museen erworben. Er nahm an der 30. Biennale in Venedig im Deutschen Pavillon mit Baumeister, Bissier und Schmidt-Rottluff teil. 1963 wurde er als Gründungsmitglied der Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig berufen. Er nahm 1964 an der documenta III teil. 1966 änderte er seine Arbeitsweise, er schaffte Auflagengüsse in Sandguss. Es entstanden größere Freiplastiken für die Universitäten Göttingen, Kiel und Konstanz. 1971 kehrte Cimiotti zu seiner alten Technik des direkten Arbeitens in Wachs zurück. Es entstanden Stillleben, letztlich Vanitasmotive. Cimiotti setzte erstmals bei seinen Plastiken Farbe ein. 1981 erlaubte ein schwerer Unglücksfall in der Familie bis Mitte 1983 kaum plastisches Arbeiten. 1989 folgten die letzten Jahre der Lehrtätigkeit an der Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig und der Umzug in das neue Atelier in Hedwigsburg. Äußerst produktive Jahre folgten, mit Retrospektiven inOsnabrück und Recklinghausen. Er nahm an der Ausstellung „Europäische Plastik der Informel“ im Wilhelm-Lehmbruck-Museum in Duisburg teil und wurde zum Mitglied der Akademie der Künste in Berlin-Brandenburg gewählt. Preise: 1957 Kunstpreis junger westen für Bildhauerei, 1959 Kunstpreis junger westen für Handzeichnung, 1959 Stipendium der Villa Massimo in Rom, 1984 Niedersachsenpreis für Kultur, 2006 Ernst-Rietschel-Kunstpreis [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Star Stone. Farbige Lithographie in Blau und Rot. 1963. Innerhalb der Darstellung unten Mitte in Bleistift monogrammiert. Verso in Bleistift numeriert: 132/150.

      - Nahezu blattgross auf Arches-Velin 65,5 : 50,5 cm. Drucker: Maurice Beaudet, Paris. – Blatt 20 aus der "Graphikmappe der Hochschule St.Gallen", 1967.

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        Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

      London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., , 1967. Illustrated by Faith Jaques. Octavo. Original laminated pictorial boards, titles to front cover and spine in black. Vignette illustrations by Jaques in the text throughout. Spine tips and corners slightly rubbed and a little cracked to the lamination, but still an excellent copy. First UK edition, first impression. A very nice copy of the increasingly scarce first UK edition (originally published New York, Knopf, 1964, with illustrations by Joseph Schindelman).

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        Dialogues of Creatures Moralised.

      [Kentfield, California: The Allen Press, 1967. - This book was first translated into English in 1535. The only other English edition appeared in 1816, and it is excessively rare, all but forty-two copies having been destroyed by fire. Folio. 13Ó x 9 .Ó With 122 woodcut illustrations from the original edition, printed in Latin by Gerard Leeu at Gouda, Holland. Title-page in red and brown. Printed in black, with several colors used in the decorative borders of the illustrations. Joseph HaslewoodÕs introduction to the 1816 English edition is used here as the preface. Edited by Cott Hobart Original light brown cloth, with front cover pictorially stamped in brown. Spine and front cover lettering in red. A fine copy in publisherÕs matching slipcase. With the original prospectus laid in, signed "Merry Christmas Lewis and Dorothy [Allen]." One of 130 copies printed on Fabriano Book paper by the Allen Press. This was the most ambitious project of the Allens up to that date. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        DOCUMENTS MARIANISTES. NOTES D'INSTRUCTION. TOME 1 A 13.

      REGINA MUNDI 1967 - RO30118226: 13 volumes de 100 à 200 pages. Code en pied de 8 volumes. 1er plat du volume 11 et 13 détaché. Dos du tome 5 se détachant en coiffes. 1 : Petites feuilles détachées. 13 : INDEX In-8 Broché. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 366.5-Sociétés secrètes [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Canadian Journal of Zoology (1967-1993)

      Ottawa: National Research Council, 1967-1994. Hard bound. Vol. 45 (1967) to Vol. 72 (1993) -- with just a few missing vols. All 61 volumes are bound in blue cloth with 2-3 bound volumes per year, all are quartos (10-12 inches high), in this 27-yr run of a foremost journal in zoology, comprising a record that is seldom seen in the discipline. All volumes are ex-lib and are in very good or better condition. Illustrated with numerous diagrams and in earlier volumes many fold-out plates as well. The missing volumes are as follows: Vol. 47; Vol. 48(2); Vol. 53(2); and Vol. 57. We only list books for sale that we physically hold in stock. Obviously, due to the immense weight of this journal run, shipping cost will need to be worked out with any prospective buyer. Please note as well that we hold in stock numerous softcover issues of the Canadian Journal of Zoology, including the following: 1995-1997 - 36 softbound issues (12/year, or the complete run for these three years); 1963-1966 (11 issues); and 1969-1980 (137 issues). These titles are available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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        The Dainty Monsters

      (Coach House)|~| (Toronto): (Coach House). (1967). His first book, a volume of poetry. One of 500 numbered copies. This copy is inscribed by Ondaatje, "with best wishes," in 1968. Ripple to rear pastedown, else fine in a very near fine dust jacket with just a bit of creasing to the upper edge. . First Edition. Hardcover.

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        THE GENOCIDES.

      London: Ronald Whiting & Wheaton, [1967] - Octavo, boards. First British (and first hardcover) edition. The author's first book. 1965 Nebula nominee. Anatomy of Wonder (1987) 4- 185. A fine copy in nearly fine dust jacket with two tiny chips from lower right front corner at flap fold. (#127376) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Genocides

      London -Ronald Whiting and Wheaton 1967 - A scarce copy of Disch'sfirst novel, being a truly powerful work of science fiction. First English edition. With the original illustrated dustwrapper by Penny Carey. Condition: In original cloth covered binding with original illustrated unclipped dustwrapper. Externally, cloth is generally smart, though with the spine very slightly cocked. Dustwrapper is smart, with only some light chipping, and minor sunning to the rear. Internally, firmly bound andbright, with instances of light scattered foxing. Overall:NEAR FINEwith aNEAR FINEdustwrapper. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Théoda. Dix-huit lithographies originales de Jaques Berger.

      André u. Pierre Gonin,, Lausanne, 1967 - Lausanne, André u. Pierre Gonin, (1967) Folio. 203 (4) S. Mit 18 farb. Lithogrphien von Jaques Berger. Orig.-Halbpergament (lose in Einband). Nr. 153 von 153 (Gesamtausgabe 215) Ex. Von der Autorin, vom Verleger und vom Künstler signiert. Sprache: Französisch / Français / French Orig.-Halbpergament (lose in Einband).

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        Andy Warhol's Index [Book] (First Edition)

      New York: Random House, 1967. First Edition. Quarto. First Edition. photo illustrated silver wrappers, with various tipped- and bound-in materials. Unpaginated (72 pp.), black-and-white illustrations throughout. Very Good or better condition, lacking the protective wrapper, and the price sticker on the front wrapper. Light rubbing overall, spine slightly shaken. & & Castle pop-up complete; red accordion complete, but inaudible; biplane pop-up complete; "The Chelsea Girls" paper wheel present and attached to spring; 12-sided "sphere" complete but unattached from band, which is present; Lou Reed Picture Disc Record present; rainbow nose with pink overlay complete, as are the fold-out pages; "Hunt's Tomato Paste" can pop-up complete; all eight rectangular name tabs present; lacking balloon, yet the two corresponding pages are stuck together (common with this book). Though not a rare publication, to find a copy with most of the pop-ups and affixed items included, particularly the Lou Reed picture, is uncommon. & & Warhol's first widely accessible photo illustrated book, after a series of smaller, private publications. A nearly complete, visually stunning book.& & Roth 101. Parr & Badger, pp. 144-145.

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        [Poster]: Mechanischer Kopf (Der Geist Unserer Zeit) [Mechanical Head - The Spirit of Our Time]. Moderna Museet Stockholm 21okt.-19 nov.1967

      Moderna Museet Stockholm Stockholm: Moderna Museet Stockholm. 1967. Black and white poster (halftone print). Professionally framed. Measuring approximately 30" x 40". Fine. Large poster advertisement for the 1967 exhibition at the Modern Museum in Stockholm: the first full-scale retrospective of Raoul Hausmann's artwork.Hausmann, one of the key founders of the Berlin Dada movement, instigated several important firsts in the modern art movement. In 1917-1918 he invented the optophonetic poem and photomontage, and published the first Dada Manifesto; his pioneering work in photography and numerous writings (manifestos and institutional critiques) had a profound influence on the European Avant-Garde throughout the 1930s-1940s; and in 1958 he helped to found the Fluxus movement.The poster reproduces his most famous work: "Mechanischer Kopf (Der Geist Unserer Zeit)," circa 1919-1920. Constructed from a hairdresser's wig-making dummy, the piece has various measuring devices attached: a ruler, a pocket watch mechanism, a typewriter, some camera segments, and a crocodile wallet. Interpreted by critics as a Marxist reversal of Hegel, "a head whose thoughts are materially determined by objects literally fixed to it," Hausmann himself likened it to the average German of the day, who has "no more capabilities than those which chance has glued on the outside of his skull; his brain remains empty."Hausmann also played an important role in the Neo-Dada and Fluxus movements inspired by the famous 1958 Dada exhibition in Frankfurt-Dusseldorf, which included many of his artworks. By the time of his 1967 retrospective, Hausmann had formed close personal and working relationships with the leading figures of both intertwined movements, including Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Yves Klein, and fluxus-impresario George Maciunas, who had assumed the leadership role in Fluxus "happenings."Maciunas included Hausmann's works in the earliest happenings or "Fluxfests," and had initially referred to the movement as "neo-dadaism." In a letter to Maciunas from 1962, Hausmann discouraged the use of the term: "I note with much pleasure what you said about German neodadaists---but I think even the Americans should not use the term "neodadaism" because neo means nothing and -ism is old-fashioned. Why not simply "Fluxus"? It seems to me much better, because it's new, and dada is historic." A very scarce, beautifully printed copy of the Stockholm poster, well-preserved in a clean wood and glass frame. .

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        The Master and Margarita

      Collins Harvill 1967 - Collins Harvill 1967 , Hardback , 1st edition, 1st impression .Fine copy in near fine unclipped dust jacket. First UK printing, and first printing in the English language. Copyright page states 1967, with no statement of later printing. Translated by Michael Glenny with jacket design by Alex Jawdokimov. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Derriere Le Miroir

      Maeght Editeur, France 1967 - 40 p. plus 4 p. 39 cm. 7 colour lithographs by MirÛ, including 2 diptychs, 1 triptych. Non-coloured MirÛ lithographs interspersed with the text. 25 pictures depict other works by MirÛ. Card cover, unbound signatures. Library stamp on front cover. Slightly bumped top-right corner. "Chroniques" section is rough along the top. Derriere le Miroir was associated with some of the best-known artists of the 20th century. Despite presenting himself in a very orderly, upstanding manner, MirÛ's work belies a sense of playfulness with its bright colours and bold shapes. Though Joan MirÛ eschewed group membership, he was well connected with the surrealist community, and his works are still considered very valuable today. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE NINE BILLION NAMES OF GOD: THE BEST SHORT STORIES OF ARTHUR C. CLARKE

      New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc.,. [1967]. cloth.. A fine copy in fine dust jacket. (#132154). First edition. A collection of twenty-five stories selected by Clarke as those he himself liked best.

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        THIS IMMORTAL

      London: Rupert Hart-Davis,. 1967. boards.. A near fine copy in near fine dust jacket with small closed tear at. bottom edge of front panel, some rubbing along front fold, and two. tiny abrasions to lamination at upper edge of front panel. (#126591). First edition. Label signed by Zelazny affixed to the half title page. The author's first book. 1966 Nebula nominee. The shorter magazine version, "... And Call Me Conrad," won the 1966 Hugo award for best novel. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-1311. Survey of Science Fiction Literature V, pp. 2260- 63.

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        The Ticket That Exploded

      New York: Grove Press, Inc.. (1967). First. First American edition. Fine in a very slightly age-toned, else fine dustwrapper. Inscribed by Burroughs to Ruth Ford: "For Ruth Ford, William S. Burroughs." Ford, the Mississippi-born sister of surrealist author Charles Henri Ford, was a beautiful model and actress, first in Orson Welles's Mercury Theatre, and later in films and theater. Notably, she starred on Broadway in Jean Paul Sartre's No Exit in 1946, under the direction of John Huston (the last of five Broadway plays he directed). Her apartment in the Dakota became a salon for authors such as Tennessee Williams, Edward Albee, Terrence McNally, and Truman Capote. A chance encounter between Stephen Sondheim and Arthur Laurents in her Manhattan living room led to their collaboration, with her Dakota-neighbor Leonard Bernstein, on West Side Story. Similarly, she brought together Kay Thompson and Hilary Knight to create the celebrated stories of Eloise, the little girl who lived at the Plaza.Ford is well known also for her long friendship with William Faulkner, which began with her dating his brother Dean in the early 1930s. Faulkner was openly smitten with Ford for many years. He wrote his experimental 1951 title Requiem for a Nun, a sequel to his early and controversial novel Sanctuary, with her in mind. He further declared, to the consternation of his agent and publisher, that it was her dramatic property (Requiem for a Nun was a mixture of stage play and novel). Stage production of the title stalled for years, partly because Faulkner's experimental drama did not lend itself to live theatre, and partly because the producers were unsure of Ford's suitability. Faulkner was adamant that it was her dramatic property, and in 1959 she adapted the play herself and starred in its London production opposite her second husband, Zachary Scott. Her stage version received enthusiastic reviews in both London and New York, but did not fare so well with audiences and closed after a short run on Broadway. Ford continued to act on both stage and screen well into the 1980s. She passed away in 2009 at the age of 98. A nice association. .

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        THE DAINTY MONSTERS

      [Toronto]: [Coach House Press], (1967). First Edition. hardcover. Fine in a close to Fine dustwrapper. His uncommon first book, copy #495 of only 500 numbered copies. SIGNED by the author on the title page in his later scrawl. This copy belonged to Canadian poet Dennis Lee who has SIGNED the front endpaper. Lee was the co-founder of House of Anansi Press in 1967 and Editorial director there until 1972. At Anansi, he supervised the publication of one of Ondaatje's better books, THE COLLECTED WORKS OF BILLY THE KID, in 1970. Lee also wrote most of the song lyrics for the Jim Henson television show FRAGGLE ROCK.

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        Poetry in the Making: Catalogue of an Exhibition of Poetry Manuscripts in the British Museum, April - June 1967

      London: Turret Books,, 1967. With contributions by C. Day Lewis, T. C. Skeat and Philip Larkin. Octavo. Original dark blue cloth, title to spine in gilt. In the dust jacket. A fine copy in the jacket. One of 126 copies signed by the authors. Loosely inserted are a 7-page pamphlet entitled Poetry in the Making: Illustrative Material, and an invitation to poetry readings by John Betjeman, Edmund Blunden, Roy Fuller, Ted Hughes, Christopher Logue, George Macbeth and Stevie Smith.

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        Chu Lai Vietnam Photo Album

      N.p.: n.p. [N.p.: n.p., 1966-1967]. Several pages ripped, else very good in hand-painted boards, with a long horizontal crack across the rear board.. Unique Vietnam War era photo album, created by an unknown American soldier stationed at the Chu Lai Marine Corps base. Features 118 color and black-and-white photographs in a range of formats, mostly 3 1/2 X 2 1/2 inches, with a few larger prints. Images include a mixture of portraits, Vietnam landscapes, and army scenes, adhered to the album's internal pages. An overwhelming number of photographs have been captioned with the depicted individuals' names or the represented scenery's locations. A few prints have been damaged in storage, with fragments of the album page paper stuck to the recto, and two prints fixed to the verso of the preceding page; tape marks on the adjacent pages indicate that several photographs are missing. Penetrating portrait of one Vietnam soldier's personal life, before and during the war, with rare images of the Chu Lai base and surrounding region.

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        WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE: CHAOS OR COMMUNITY?

      Harper & Row New York: Harper & Row, (1967). First Edition. Hardcover. Spine of the book quite sunned, still Near Fine in a close to Fine dustwrapper. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the front free endpaper: "To Mrs. B. Hockaday/Martin Luther King Jr.

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        Paintings by Chi Pai-Shih (Qi Baishi, 1864-1957)

      Cultural Museum Agency, NP 1967 - Large Folio (15 x 10 1/2"). (6) 190pp. Original illustrated stiff brown wrappers with black lettering on cover. Frontispiece portrait, hand-colored pochoir over offset reproduction. Early major monograph of the artist. Profusely illustrated with artwork typical for his mid career featuring flowers, insects, and birds. 9 pages (131-139) of calligraphic poems, and 22 pages(141-162) of red seals are reproduced as lithographs, not offset printing. Trained as a carpenter for ten years starting when he was eight he went on to become a cabinet maker, master carver, renowned great seal cutter, and fine artist. He is quoted to have said: "I learned finger-painting in my youth; landscape painting after 30; and specialized in flowers, insects and birds after 40." Some of the offset reproductions in this book are covered with tipped-in on-lays of the same images with different density, the original print still viewable. Text in Chinese, captions and list of paintings in English. Wrappers are covered with a protective acetate cover which is moderately chipped and repaired with tape in some instances. Two red circular stickers, one on spine with the handwritten number 12 and the other blank in lower left corner of back cover. Small spot of ink on tissue guard and in margin 1 1/2" above portrait.On last page "of" penciled into margin. Book block moderately age-toned. Wrappers in overall good-, interior in good+ to very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Poster]: Mechanischer Kopf (Der Geist Unserer Zeit) [Mechanical Head - The Spirit of Our Time]. Moderna Museet Stockholm 21okt.-19 nov.1967

      Moderna Museet Stockholm, Stockholm 1967 - Black and white poster (halftone print). Professionally framed. Measuring approximately 30" x 40". Fine. Large poster advertisement for the 1967 exhibition at the Modern Museum in Stockholm: the first full-scale retrospective of Raoul Hausmann's artwork.Hausmann, one of the key founders of the Berlin Dada movement, instigated several important firsts in the modern art movement. In 1917-1918 he invented the optophonetic poem and photomontage, and published the first Dada Manifesto; his pioneering work in photography and numerous writings (manifestos and institutional critiques) had a profound influence on the European Avant-Garde throughout the 1930s-1940s; and in 1958 he helped to found the Fluxus movement.The poster reproduces his most famous work: "Mechanischer Kopf (Der Geist Unserer Zeit)," circa 1919-1920. Constructed from a hairdresser's wig-making dummy, the piece has various measuring devices attached: a ruler, a pocket watch mechanism, a typewriter, some camera segments, and a crocodile wallet. Interpreted by critics as a Marxist reversal of Hegel, "a head whose thoughts are materially determined by objects literally fixed to it," Hausmann himself likened it to the average German of the day, who has "no more capabilities than those which chance has glued on the outside of his skull; his brain remains empty."Hausmann also played an important role in the Neo-Dada and Fluxus movements inspired by the famous 1958 Dada exhibition in Frankfurt-Dusseldorf, which included many of his artworks. By the time of his 1967 retrospective, Hausmann had formed close personal and working relationships with the leading figures of both intertwined movements, including Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Yves Klein, and fluxus-impresario George Maciunas, who had assumed the leadership role in Fluxus "happenings."Maciunas included Hausmann's works in the earliest happenings or "Fluxfests," and had initially referred to the movement as "neo-dadaism." In a letter to Maciunas from 1962, Hausmann discouraged the use of the term: "I note with much pleasure what you said about German neodadaists---but I think even the Americans should not use the term "neodadaism" because neo means nothing and -ism is old-fashioned. Why not simply "Fluxus"? It seems to me much better, because it's new, and dada is historic." A very scarce, beautifully printed copy of the Stockholm poster, well-preserved in a clean wood and glass frame.

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        A Grain of Wheat

      London: Heinemann, 1967. First edition of the author's magnum opus. Octavo. Original green cloth. Fine in a very good dust jacket. Signed by Ngugi who has also transcribed the last sentence of this title. A very nice copy. Liberated from a Kenyan prison by Amnesty International, Ng?g? wa Thiong'o has taught at both Yale University and New York University. In 1973, he won the Lotus Prize for Literature and in 2012 the National Book Critics Circle Award. Ng?g? has been and nominated for the Man Booker International Prize, and he has frequently been regarded as a likely candidate for the Nobel Prize in Literature (The Guardian).A Grain of Wheat seamlessly weaves multiple narratives as it depicts Kenya's struggle for independence (1952-9159). It was published by Heinemann in 1967, and it can be seen as a reference to Ngugi's time in prison.

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        RUN PIGEON RUN - ORIGINAL ARTWORK. Pagan

      Los Angeles: Parliament. 1967. pp. 26-27. Magazine not seen. Artwork by Bill Edwards. . "Image 17.5"" x 16.875"" on board 27.75"" x 18.75"". Ink, gouache and crayon on board. Corners bumped, image very good. "

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        WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE: CHAOS OR COMMUNITY?

      New York: Harper & Row, (1967). First Edition. Hardcover. Spine of the book quite sunned, still Near Fine in a close to Fine dustwrapper. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the front free endpaper: "To Mrs. B. Hockaday/Martin Luther King Jr.

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