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        The Shorebirds of North America

      NY: Viking, (1967). Limited edition. Hardcover. Fine. Robert Verity Clem,. Large folio. Full leather, gilt spine. Edited by Gardner Stout, illustrated by Robert Verity Clem, text by Peter Matthiessen, and species accounts by Ralph S. Palmer. Illustrated thoughout with full page color plates. One of 350 copies signed by all four. A fine copy, in similar publisher's slipcase.

      [Bookseller: Thorn Books]
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        Biggles Sorts it Out

      Brockhampton, 1967. 1st edition, fine in near fine d.w. just the lightest shelf wear

      [Bookseller: Sarah Key Books, The Haunted Bookshop]
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        Collectio Salernitana ossia documenti inediti, e trattati di medicina appartenenti alla Scuola Medica Salernitana, in 5 voll.

      Forni Editore 1967 in 8°, pp. 4 nn, XVI,536; 8 nn., 800; 8 nn., 348; 8 nn., 623; 12 nn., 412, 3; bross. edit., testi in latino. Ristampa anastatica dell'ediz. di Napoli del 1852-59, stampata dalla Tipografia del Filiatre-Sebezio; "Documenti inediti, e trattati di medicina raccolti ed illustrati da G. e T. Henschel, C. Daremberg, e S. De Renzi; premessa alla storia della Scuola, e pubblicati a cura di Salvatore De Renzi medico napolitano", con alcune ill. in nero nel 3° vol. Opera in ottimo stato a parte i ds. sbiaditi a causa della luce. 268/25

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria La Fenice]
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        Ritual --- Murder, Witchcraft and Paganism in a Cornish Village ---- Filmed as The Wicker Man

      London: Hutchinson / New Authors Limited, 1967, 1st Edition, 1st Printing -----------hardcover, a Near Fine copy in a Near Fine dustjacket with a tiny bit of rubbing to the edges, a beautiful clean bright example of the Peter Edwards designed dustjacket, very scarce book, later filmed and released as The Wicker Man which was novelized by Robin Hardy, and Anthony Shaffer, however, this is not the novelization ---this is the book from which the film was created, from the cover of the later paperback edition, "A child lies dead in the Cornish village of Thorn, the circumstances point to a ritual killing. But when detective Inspector david Hanlin is sent from London to investigate the matter, he discovers that Thorn has sinister and erotic undertones; murmurs of witchcraft and whispers of occult happenings; as well as a Midsummer Eve ritual that stems from a pagan past.", ---a strange book with episodes of blatant sexuality, paranoia, witchcraft, murder, etc., extremely well written although the climax, ultimately is not very surprising, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo . First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. Illus. by Peter Edwards Cover Art.

      [Bookseller: Leonard Shoup]
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        Andy Warhol's Index (Book)

      NY: Random House, 1967. Hardcover. Very Good. Light rubbing to the rear panel, otherwise a near fine copy of the uncommon hardcover issue with the lenticular cover. Signatures tight with all accouterments present and in fine condition with everything attached as it should be with the usual problem of the balloon fusing two pages together. Nice copy. Roth 101. Parr & Badger, pp. 144-145.

      [Bookseller: Kenneth Mallory Bookseller. ABAA]
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        Appunti Per Una Semiologia Delle Comunicazioni Visive - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      Milano: Bompiani. Near Fine. 1967. First Edition; First Printing; Signed by Author. Softcover. First Edition/First Printing "Finito di stampare nel mese di luglio 1967", Contursi A008. Errata slip. Owner’s name to title-page, teardrop discoloration to lower front cover, rear front corners slightly bumped, else a fine, unread copy in original red matte wrappers. Signed and inscribed by Eco to Giuseppe Flores d'Arcais, considered the founder of the school of personalized pedagogy. From the personal library of Eco bibliographer James Contursi. A nice association copy, rare ; First written for the use of students in his university lectures, these materials were later amplified and greatly modified and included in a more theoretically oriented form in La struttura assente (The Absent Structure). In the original Italian language .

      [Bookseller: Books Tell You Why]
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        ARCHER IN HOLLYWOOD. The Moving Target. The Way Some People Die. The

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1967 First Collected Edition of three Lew Archer mysteries, selecting the first Lew Archer mystery, a Haycraft-Queen cornerstone, The Moving Target, basis for the film Harper with Paul Newman, Inscribed by Ross MacDonald on the front free endpaper. 'For ...with cordial best wishes, Ken Millar (John Ross Macdonald), Santa Barbara, Calif. Sept. 8/70.' 8vo. 528 pp. A fine copy in pale yellow cloth, blue titles, blue topstain in a bright, fresh, essentially fine pictorial dustwrapper. With a foreward by Ross Macdonald. A very nice copy.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        "Like to watch television with a girl." [original drawing, ca.1974]

      Very Good+. [slight browning at edges, two small liquid-paper touch-up spots at right-hand corners; signed "BUK"; see note about mounting]. This is an original ink-on-paper drawing, measuring 8-1/2" x 11", by the celebrated L.A. poet/novelist, one of many he made to illustrate his long-running "Notes of a Dirty Old Man" column, which began in the counterculture newspaper "Open City" in 1967 and migrated to the "Los Angeles Free Press" in 1969 when "Open City" folded. (I have not yet been able to pin down a specific publication date for this particular drawing, although it unquestionably dates from the 1973-1974 period.) Bukowski's "Notes" column, which ended in 1976, was probably the single biggest contributing factor to both the spread of his literary fame and his notoriety as a hard-living, hard-drinking L.A. character: in the almost ten years of its run, he went from being a struggling poet (who still worked full-time at the post office) to an internationally-known figure. The "Notes" alternated irregularly between prose and poetry, and his crude yet evocative doodles -- which were also very funny, in a deadpan-hilarious way -- were an important element. Alas, when the columns were collected and reprinted, the illustrations were omitted and some of the flavor thus lost -- as were, in fact, the drawings themselves. This drawing, and the others we're offering for sale, are from the personal collection of L.A. poet-publisher Michael C Ford, who found them while cleaning out his desk at the end of his own tenure as a Freep staffer in late 1974; when he offered them to Bukowski, he was told "ah, you hang onto ‘em kid, they might be worth something someday." That day would be now. [Please note that this particular drawing has been mounted onto a piece of illustration board with two tiny pieces of double-stick tape, at the upper corners. I have been assured by a professional paper conservator that these bits of tape can be removed cleanly, with no damage to the drawing itself and with minimal residue left behind.] Signed by Artist .

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        CORRENTE 30. Litografie

      Teodorani Editore 1967 cartella in folio completamente rilegata in tela gialla, con copia di Corrente del 31 maggio 1940 applicata all?interno a mo? di sguardie, contenente 12 cartelle con testo manoscritto e disegni degli autori, complete delle relative presentazioni, contenenti ciascuna a loro volta 1 litografia in tiratura 42/150 dei seguenti Artisti: Arnaldo Badodi ? Renato Birolli ? Bruno Cassinari ? Sandro Cherchi ? Lucio Fontana - Renato Guttuso ? Giuseppe Migneco ? Ennio Morlotti ? Aligi Sassu ? Ernesto Treccani ? Italo Valenti - Emilio Vedova. La cartella è in buono stato salvo lievi aloni e fioriture, il contenuto è in ottimo stato, tranne qualche lieve fioritura ad alcune carte. Buon esemplare. 974/17

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria La Fenice]
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        Poeterei (3/4). - Doppelnummer der Halbjahresschrift für Poesie und Poetrie. Herausgegeben von Dieter Rot und Rudolf Rieser.

      14,5 x 25 cm. 1 w. Bl., 9 n.n. Bl., 2 w. Bl., 1 w. Bl., 20 n.n. Bl., 1 w. Bl. mit einem montierten und signierten Postkartenausschnitt und dem signierten Originalhammelrelikt in Plastikhülle. Originalzickel-Embryohaut-Einband von Rudolf Rieser. Dobke S. 190. - Roth, Bücher 35. - Originalausgabe. - Nr. 96 von 230 numerierten und im Druckvermerk signierten Exemplaren. - Nur ca. 40 Exemplare wurden in Zickelleder gebunden. Die Nummer drei mit der von Roth als "Originalrhein" bezeichneten Collage, die Nummer vier, als Blockbuch gebunden, mit dem von Roth als "Originalhammel" bezeichneten Objekt. Unter dem Namen Poetrie bzw. Poemetrie bzw. Poetrei veröffentlichte Roth zwischen 1966 und 1969 5 Nummern in 4 Heften mit literarischen Texten. - Gutes Exermplar.

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat]
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        When She Was Good - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      New York: Random House. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1967. First Edition; First Printing; Signed by Author. Hardcover. A very nice First Edition/First Printing in Fine condition in alike dustjacket, SIGNED by author Philip Roth on the title page. A most collectible copy of Roth's third novel; In this funny and chilling novel, the setting is a small town in the 1940s Midwest, and the subject is the heart of a wounded and ferociously moralistic young woman, one of those implacable American moralists whose "goodness" is a terrible disease .

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        The James Joyce Murder - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      New York: The MacMillan Company. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1967. First Edition; First Printing; Signed by Author. Hardcover. A handsome First Edition/First Printing in unread Fine condition in Fine dust-jacket. Small unobtrusive sticker remnant on inside board. Signed by author Amanda Cross directly on the title page. A scarce copy to find signed; A Cock Robin Mystery .

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        Milton, a Poem.

      (Clairvaux: The Trianon Press, 1967).. Limited edition, no. 167 of 380 copies from a total edition of 426 copies, 4to, (59) leaves. 50 coloured facsimile plates plus one black and white plate showing the Preface. Original quarter morocco, t.e.g., spine sunned, marbled sides and slipcase, a near fine copy. A fine facsimile followed by a "Description and Bibliographical Statement" by Geoffrey Keynes.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop, ABA, ILAB]
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        Logan's Run

      Dial Press New York: Dial Press. 1967. First. Uncorrected galley proofs. Bradbound sheets printed rectos only on proofing paper. A little wear on the first and last pages, else near fine. A combination utopia/dystopia where the inhabitants live lives of nonstop pleasure until they are disposed of at age 21, a policy we once endorsed, but which we have long since reassessed. Basis for an interesting film with Michael York, Jenny Agutter, and Farrah Fawcett. A rare issue of an increasingly uncommon title. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Szene am Strand von Porto Garibaldi. Lithographie..

      35 x 52 cm, Randläsuren von fachfrauisch abgelösten Klebstreifen, sonst gutes Exemplar. Exemplar 7 von 9. Unten rechts m. Bleistift sign. (VARLIN). Varlin hielt sich 1956 in dem zwischen Ravenna und Venedig liegenden Ort Porto Garibaldi auf. (Laut Auskunft von Frau Guggenheim vom Varlin-Archiv, der unser Dank gebührt, ein seltenes Blatt). Der Maler Varlin, 1900 als Willy Guggenheim in Zürich geboren, nimmt innerhalb der Schweizer Malerei des 20. Jahrhunderts eine Sonderstellung ein. Unbeeindruckt von den avantgardistischen und abstrakten Strömungen seiner Zeit, schuf er ein eigenständiges figuratives Werk,  das die Fragilität des Alltäglichen ins Zentrum rückt. Varlin starb 1977 im bündnerischen Bondo. Gerne senden wir Ihnen eine Abbildung.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej]
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        Shelter-Sketch-Book. English Edition A. With 80 facsimile collotypes and one original lithograph «Two Seated Women» by the artist.

      2°, (35 x 41.5 cm), 4 Bl., 2 Bl., mit 80 lose eingelegten faksimilierten, farbigen Lichtdrucke der Zeichnungen und einer mehrfarbigen Orig.-Lithographie, OLwd.-Mappe m. losen Blätter in Kartonkassette, Kassette gebräunt, fleckig u. an den Kanten u. Ecken bestossen. Leinenkassette an einer Stelle angerissen. Innen Sauber. Schönes Exemplar. Nr. 11 von 180 Exemplaren. Von Henry Moore im Impressum handschriftlich signiert und nummeriert. Die Orig.-Farblithographie "Two Seated Women" unten links signiert und nummeriert. Im Passepartout über Eck versilbert gerahmt. During the 'blitz' in the early 1940s, the London Underground served as a shelter for Londoners - who not only used the platforms as refuges, but also slept there. Moore produced a group of drawings - the 'shelter sketches' - that are a revelation to those who only know his sculpture. They are of course sculptural, but also subtle, with an extraordinary use of colour, and, above all, humane.

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        New York: Arte e Persone.

      4°, 342 S., zahlr. Abb., OLwd. m. OU., OU randrissigm. kleinen FehlstellenAuf schmutztitel 2 kleine Klebspuren, ansonsten tadell. Erste ital. Ausgabe. Neorealistische Photographien von Ugo Mulas (1928-1973). Text von Alan Solomon. Design von Michele Provinciali. Schwarzweiss-Photographien von Duchamp, Newman, Bontecou, Chamberlain, Dine, Johns, Noland, Poons, Rauschenberg, Rosenquit, Segal, Stella, Warhol, Oldenburg, Lichtenstein, Wesselmann etc.

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        The Case of the Queenly Contestant (Signed First Edition)

      William Morrow New York: William Morrow, 1967. First Edition. First Edition. INSCRIBED by the author on the front endpaper: "To Nordy / with all best wishes from / Uncle Erle / Erle Stanley Gardner." Binding very slightly cocked, else Near Fine in a Fine dust jacket with just a hint of fading to the red spine lettering. A lovely copy. Perry Mason.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc. ]
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        [Flyer]: REJOICE. All Charges Have Been Dropped Against Hippies in the Memorial Day Bust LOVE

      Communication Company/NY New York: Communication Company/NY. June 30, 1967. Flyer printed on pink paper. Approximately 8.5" x 11". Old, light folds, else fine. The flyer quotes at length from Judge Herman Weinkrantz's decision, as well as quotes from Bob Dylan, Jefferson Airplane, the Diggers, and Emmett Grogan, and asks for donations of any films of incidents for the Police Review Board. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Jasper Johns.

      Text by Max Kozloff. Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers, New York (no date, c.1967). 195 pp. 143 illustrations, including 41 hand-tipped plates in full color. Publisher's cloth with dust jacket. 27,5 x 29,5 cm

      [Bookseller: Antiquaria]
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        The Flood

      Hamish Hamilton 1967. [iv], 300 pp. The scarce first English edition of the 2008 Nobel Literature Laureate's work 'Le Deluge', translated from the French by Peter Green. Preceeds the US edition by a year. The book is in very good condition. The unclipped jacket has some old water damage (perhaps added by a previous owner for effect?), and a line of red to the front panel where colour has obviously transferred from the jacket of a neighbouring volume. Some creases and chips with a small amount of loss. 103c

      [Bookseller: Stephen Foster (also as Fosters' Booksho]
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        Canteen Owned by John Wayne –used in “The Green Berets”

      This olive green covered metal Canteen was purchased at the October 6-7, 2011, Heritage Auction of “The Personal Property of John Wayne.” Imprinted under the top of this G.P. Ammo Bag is “Morrow & Douglas / 1944” and, under the lower strip, “U.S.,” indicating it was manufactured for the U.S. Army during World War II. The Vietnam War motion picture “The Green Berets” (1968) was the only John Wayne movie for which the U.S. Army provided accoutrements. In addition to supplies and equipment, the U.S. Army even supplied Wayne with actual weapons for use during the filming. John Wayne starred and also directed “The Green Berets.” His son Michael was the producer and son Patrick was one of the stars. The canteen (including covering) is approximately 8.25” x 5.5”. Fine condition. John Wayne had written to President Lyndon B. Johnson about making a film based on Robin Moore’s book, “The Green Berets.” LBJ’s assistant Bill Moyers wrote back that the President “was interested in the project and that it sounded like an interesting and exciting venture,” telling Wayne to contact the Department of Defense. According to the Internet Movie Firearms Database (, “Wayne’s film received substantial support from the Department of Defense, who lent accurate equipment and weaponry for the production.” Former Johnson assistant Jack Valenti had become head of the Motion Picture Association of America and, even though there were violent war scenes, the MPAA granted “The Green Berets” a “G” (General Audiences) rating. “The Green Berets” was filmed at Fort Benning, Georgia. John Maffre in “The Washington Post” wrote on October 15, 1967, that “The Pentagon has smiled on the production with full logistic support ...” Joan Barthel, in the December 24, 1967, edition of “The New York Times,” wrote that “U.S. Army men and equipment have been made available for ‘The Green Berets’…” She quotes Capt. August Schomburg, Jr., Fort Benning project officer for the movie, “The Army provides certain things that are not readily available.” Maffre reported that “Once they were shooting scenes with a huge C-130 transport plane when the Air Force snatched it back for a training mission…” Mervyn LeRoy, an advisor/director on the set whose many credits included directing “Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo,” added, “You wouldn’t get these planes and these choppers and these soldiers and everything around here unless they wanted this picture made” – real soldiers at Fort Benning, training to go to Vietnam, used their own leave time to work as extras. Others were detailed to the movie set in place of their actual duties with some on administrative leave, such as, according to Barthel, “a platoon of Hawaiians brought down from Fort Devens, Mass. … Permission to film at Benning was granted, after the Pentagon okayed it, by the present commander of the post, Maj. Gen. John M. Wright, and his predecessor, Lieut. Gen. Robert E. York. Lieut. Col. William Byrns, the Hollywood-based Army adviser who went overseas with Wayne to scout sites before settling on Benning, where sections of the terrain resemble Vietnam’s, recalled the generals’ reasoning. ‘They felt that the movie would be very good for the military and for the country at this time.’” Green Beret Maj. Jerold R. Dodds was a Special Forces Advisor on the set. More than 700 costumes, scripts, awards, and memorabilia from the estate of John Wayne brought more than $5.38 million during a two-day auction held at the Hyatt Century Plaza in Los Angeles, October 6-7, 2011. Hosted by Heritage Auctions, in conjunction with John Wayne Enterprises, “a beret from ‘The Green Berets’ … worn as Wayne portrayed ‘Colonel Mike Kirby’ in the film that he starred in and directed” sold for an astounding $179,250. Also, from “The Green Berets,” a pair of camouflage fatigues worn by John Wayne sold for $13,145. Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity from John Wayne Enterprises, Ethan Wayne, President, and a Heritage Auctions lot tag “The Personal Property of John Wayne / October 6, 2011,” bearing a facsimile signature “John Wayne.”

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        Cerceaux 'sorcellent.

      1st edition. Illustrated with 21 (including front cover) orignal silk screens by Jean Dubuffet. Paris, Beyeler à Bâle et Jeanne Bucher, 1967. 4°. (52 pages). In original slipcase.. Text in French.Printed in 800 copies; no. 622 of 750 numbered

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      In-4 p., similp. edit., sovrac., pp. 420,(4), con disegni nel t. , 83 tavv. a colori applic. alla pag., 751 piccole ill. in b.n. che riproducono tutte le opere del Catalogo, finalmente completo e (all'epoca della pubblicazione) in gran parte inedito. Importante monografia sul grande pittore veneziano Federico Zandomeneghi (1841-1917) che visse e lavorò a lungo a Parigi dove veniva tenuto alla pari coi maggiori impressionisti. Cfr. Comanducci, p. 798. Esempl. ben conservato. .

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      Paris: Aux Depens d'un Amateur 1967. [Paris]: Aux Dépens d'un Amateur, [1967].. Small folio (38 x 29cm). Loose sheets laid into folding cloth portfolio. Fine, with minor wear to tips of portfolio. First edition. A collection of twelve poems by Verdet, accompanied by seven original etchings with aquatint (six in color) by Papart. One of one hundred numbered copies on Grand Vélin de Rives, from a total edition of 113 numbered copies and fifteen hors commerce copies, all signed by the author and artist. Although not called for in the justification, this copy is accompanied by an extra folio, enclosing an original watercolor and paper collage (24.5 x 16.5 cm), signed by Papart, two planches refusée, each captioned and signed by Papart, and a broadside printing of a considerably longer version of the poem, "Pour une belle aprés Mort."

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        Snow White

      Atheneum New York: Atheneum. 1967. First. Uncorrected proof. Spiral bound in tall wrappers. A light crease to one corner of the front wrap and the first couple of pages, a little offsetting at the top of the front wrap, one spiral partially broken, else a near fine copy. The author's first novel. Very scarce in this format, presumably issued in a handful of copies. .

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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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        [Program]: La Turista

      The American Place Theatre New York: The American Place Theatre. [1967]. Octavo. [8]pp. Stapled wrappers. Two small bookstore stamps on the rear wrap, else near fine. Program for the first production of the author's first full-length play. Although it won the Obie Award for Best Play, La Turista lasted off-Broadway for less than a month. The program lists the original cast of the play featuring Sam Waterston. .

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      New York: Random House, 1967 A significant presentation. First Edition. 8vo., 313pp. Very good or better in a near fine, fresh dustwrapper. This outstanding copy inscribed on the front free endpaper to the woman who inspired this work: "To Mabel Frohlich / who is the model / for my heroine. / Sue Kaufman". As there is no formal printed dedicatee, this particular presentation comes about as close to the mark as we're going to get. Basis for the 1970 Frank Perry film of the same name starring Carrie Snodgrass & Richard Benjamin. An important 60's title, which shared the morphing cultural & cinematic stage & screen with "The Graduate".. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        Atlas of the Brains of Domestic Animals

      Tokyo : University of Tokyo Press , 1967 . First Edition . VG . Folio . A remarkably beautiful anatomical atlas with illustrations by the author, using his own special techniques based on brain sections from horses, cattle, sheep goats, pigs and domestic fowl. Rubricated Anatomical labels. Ex-libray with minmail interior markings, evidence of label removal on lower spine. A large book, special shipping considerations may apply for overseas orders.

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        LORD OF LIGHT. Presentation Copy

      New York: Doubleday, 1967 First Edition of this masterpiece. A fine bright copy in dustwrapper showing minimal use. Inscribed by the author: "To Bob Shulman / My favorite of my / own books / - Roger Zelazny". Extraordinary Copy. Levack A25a. Winner of the 1968 Hugo / Nominated for the 1967 Nebula.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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      London: Ronald Whiting & Wheaton,. [1967]. boards.. A fine copy in fine dust jacket. A very elusive book in this. condition. (#140074). First British (and first hardcover) edition. A presentation copy with a nice signed inscription by Disch to a New York book editor on the front free endpaper. The author's first book. 1965 Nebula nominee. Anatomy of Wonder (1987) 4-185.

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      Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc.,. 1967. cloth.. A fine copy in bright, fine dust jacket with a touch of wear to lower. right front corner, tiny rubbed spot on front panel, two light. horizontal blue lines on the verso of the jacket (offset from a. previous jacket protector) with slight bleed through, most noticeable. on the rear panel. A very sharp, attractive copy. (#138555). First edition. Winner of the 1968 Hugo award for best novel. 1967 Nebula nominee. Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 4-517. Gerber, Utopian Fantasy (1973), p. 162. Survey of Science Fiction Literature III, pp. 1251-56.

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        Derniers messages. Derriere Le Miroir No 166.

      Paris, Maeght Éditeur 1967. Folio. Number 37 of 150 copies on vélin de lana. (4),18,(14, 3 last blank). Seven colour litographs. Unsewn as issued in original chemise and slipcase. Slipcase slightly rubbed and bumped lower corner at spine. 39,5 x 29 cm.. The seven litographs are: Front cover design, three double page plates and three single page plates. Also 8 portrait photographs of Braque at work

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        Catalogue of books printed on the continent of europe 1501-1600 in cambridge libraries. chippenham 1967.

      2 voll. ril. in tela, cm 26x20, pp 1563. Ediz. in facsimile.

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        The Magus

      London: Blazer Films. 1967. Fowles' screenplay for the 1968 film of his second novel, a near-fantasy set on a Greek island and involving a young expatriate Englishman who is drawn into the fantastic designs of a self-styled psychic. The film, with Anthony Quinn, Michael Caine, Candice Bergen and Anna Karina, gained a cult following in the Sixties. The cast included two of the best-known male leads of their time (Quinn & Caine), an up-and-coming young actress who had been nominated for a "Most Promising Newcomer" Golden Globe two years earlier (Bergen), and Anna Karina, a staple in the films of French avant garde director Jean-Luc Godard. The director was Guy Green, a former cinematographer, and while the material may have been a bit much for Green, whose previous movies had been more straightforward than the complicated, partly fantastic plot that Fowles' novel presented him with, the film was nominated for a British Academy award for cinematography. This script bears the name of David Harcourt and has revision sheets dated September 4, 7 and 12, and November 25, 1967. Harcourt is listed as a camera operator on a production schedule (laid in) dated August 15, 1967. Also laid in is the shooting schedule for November 11. These sheets are torn and sunned, but the script itself is near fine and claspbound in very good red covers. An early, complete piece of writing by Fowles, and likely the scarcest item in his bibliography: the Harry Ransom Center acquired a copy with Fowles' papers; the University of Iowa has a copy in its 20th Century Fox collection. It is Fowles' only screenplay to have been produced, and we have never heard of another copy coming on the market. . First Edition.

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        Tea Party and Other Plays

      Methuen & Co Ltd London: Methuen & Co Ltd. (1967). First. First edition. Spine slightly tilted and boards bowed, with light discoloration on the endpapers, thus very good only in a very good dustwrapper with a sticker shadow on the front panel and some dampstaining on the rear panel and flap. Signed by the author. .

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        Five Plays: Chicago, Icarus's Mother, Red Cross, Fourteen Hundred Thousand, Melodrama Play

      Bobbs Merrill Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill. (1967). First. First edition. Fine in a very slightly age-toned, else fine dustwrapper with a nearly invisible tear on the front panel. Author's first book. A lovely copy, and very scarce thus. .

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        The Chosen

      NY: Simon and Schuster, 1967. hardcover. F/F. 1st edition, 1st printing Author's first book. Basis for the 1981 film starring Maximilian Schell, Rod Steiger and Robby Benson. SIGNED on front fep. Book has very slight slant. Jacket has light rubbing at spine ends. We offer a LIFETIME GUARANTEE.

      [Bookseller: Ken Hebenstreit, Bookseller]
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        A Hall of Mirrors

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 1967. A review copy of his first book, a novel of drifters in New Orleans in the early Sixties caught up in the web of a quasi-religious political machine. Winner of the William Faulkner Award for best first novel of the year as well as a Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship Award. Fine in a fine dust jacket -- completely lacking the rubbing that typically afflicts this title, or the fading to the spine lettering -- with review slip laid in. A beautiful copy, scarce in this condition, and especially as an advance copy. . First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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      Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1967 Stone, Robert. A HALL OF MIRRORS. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1967. First Edition of Robert Stone's widely-acclaimed first book, winner of the William Faulkner Award and Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship Award for best first novel. 8vo. 409 pp. A fine unrubbed copy in 1/4 gray over black cloth, black titles to the spine in a near fine, handsome first issue dustwrapper a small blemish on the upper panel. A very nice copy in a custom blue cloth slipcase in fine condition. "Stone writes like a bird, like an angel, like a circus barker, like a con man, like someone so high on pot that he is scraping his shoes on the stars." Wallace Stegner.. 1st Edition.

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        Poems 3

      New Haven: Yale University Press, 1967. First Edition. Small octavo (21cm). Green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; dustjacket; 61pp. Inscribed on leaf facing copyright page, below dedication: "For Ben & Bernarda / Love, Dugan," undated but apparently contemporary. Mild surface rubbing to dustwrapper, else a fine, fresh copy. & & Dugan's scarce third book. Dugan dedicated all of his published books to his wife Judy, oldest daughter of Ben Shahn with his first wife, Tillie. It was Dugan's practice, as in the present example, to inscribe books to his in-laws directly beneath the dedication, suggesting a strong bond between them.

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        Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead

      New York: Grove Press, 1967.. First American edition of the playwright's classic work. Octavo, original cloth. Fine in a fine near fine dust jacket with a small closed tear to the front panel. Inscribed and dated by the author.

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