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        Poèmes EDITION ORIGINALE Tirage de tête ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Les éditions de minuit, 1968. Fine. Les éditions de minuit, Paris 1968, broché. - First edition, one of 100 numbered copies not for sale on vellum BFK Rives tank. Signed autograph of the author Ludovic (January) and his wife Agnes. Back slightly insolated without gravity. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale imprimée à 762 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin cuve B.F.K. de Rives, le nôtre un des 100 exemplaires hors commerce. Envoi autographe signé de Samuel Beckett à Ludovic (Janvier) et à sa femme Agnès. Dos très légèrement insolé sans gravité.  

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Werkmeister, Wolfgang. - "Ein Fluß mündet ins Meer".

      - Radierung / Aquatinta, auf BFK-Rives-Bütten, 1968. Von Wolfgang Werkmeister. Auflage Exemplar Nr. 27/30. 34,8 x 45,0 cm (Darstellung / Platte) / 49,5 x 64,5 cm (Blatt). Werkmeister II 66. Rechts unter der Platte in Bleistift signiert und datiert, links betitelt sowie mit eigenhändiger Auflagenbezeichnung versehen. Am Blattrand links unten Prägestempel "Druck Werkmeister" und Wasserzeichen "BFK Rives France". - Am oberen Blattrand unscheinbar fingerspurig. Verso rEste einer ehemaligen Montierung. Sonst sehr schön erhaltenes Exemplar. Wolfgang Werkmeister (*1941 Berlin, lebt und arbeitet in Hamburg). Deutscher Grafiker, bedeutender Vertreter der zeitgenössischen Radierkunst. 1960-64 Besuch der Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart, Fachklasse für freie Grafik und Illustration bei Gunther Böhmer. 1965 Besuch der Fachhochschule für Gestaltung Hamburg bei W. M. Busch und S. Oelke. 1966-68 tätig als Pressezeichner. 1972/73 Dozent an der Fachhochschule für Gestaltung, Hamburg. Zahlreiche Auslanfsaufenthalte und Stipendien in Marokko, USA, auf den Kanarischen Inseln, etc. 2001 Kunstpreis der Stadt Baden-Baden. Zentrales Ausdrucksmittel ist die Radierung, genauer die Aquatinta, in der er Landschaft als Hauptmotiv regelrecht zelebriert und in technisch ebenso aufwändigen wie raffinierten Blättern druckgrafisch umsetzt. Stilistisch siedelt sein Werk zwischen einem geschickt eingesetzten Fotorealismus und der lakonischen Bildsprache eines Ansel Adams. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: GALERIE HIMMEL]
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        Endgame

      New York: Grove Press, 1968. Hardcover. Near Fine. One of the 26 numbered and signed copies, the true first edition. Very near fine brown cloth over off-white paper boards. No wear or soiling to the fragile boards, corners completely sharp. No soiling to the easily soiled cloth spine, lettering completely clear, spine maybe just a touch lighter than the rest of the 1/4 cloth (see last photo and zoom in). There is a little fold in the cloth on the top of the spine that is not a bump. See photos. Contents very near fine, no foxing, no markings of any kind in the book. Sewn binding tight. The deep gutter-edges of several gatherings toned (1/4 inch) by the glue that was used in the binding. The best copy of an impossibly rare book. Many, including Harold Bloom, have argued that Endgame is the greatest dramatic work of the twentieth century. Beckett thought it his best. Because of the severe limitation (26 copies), the book will eventually become a Black Tulip of twentieth century literature. No copies at auction in the last decade. I can think of only one twentieth-century highspot issued with a smaller limitation: Winnie the Pooh, which had only 20 signed in the extra limited. By contrast, there were 50 signed copies of Hart Crane's The Bridge, 100 of Joyce's Ulysses, 170 of Lawrence's Seven Pillars of Wisdom. I hesitate to end.

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        Cancer Ward].

      Il Saggiatore Milano 1968 - Octavo (18.5 x 12 cm). 320 pp; some pages slightly browned. Publisher's printed wrappers; very lightly soiled. Fine copy of the first edition of the literary masterpiece, which together with Solzhenitsyn's earlier works brought him the Nobel Prize in 1970. "Solzhenitsyn based Cancer Ward on his own experiences of being treated for cancer in Tashkent after he had been freed from the Gulag. The work was written between 1963 and 1967 and Solzhenitsyn had originally hoped that it would be published in the Soviet Union. Novyi Mir accepted the work and printed off galley proofs for the first eight chapters in 1967, but in the end it proved too controversial. Cancer Ward was widely circulated in samizdat and eventually copies reached the West where editions were issued by several different publishers. There are significant textual differences between the different samizdat editions. The Milanese edition of Cancer Ward contains just over half the novel; a second volume was envisaged but never printed. Despite being incomplete it is still considered to be the first publication. The author is listed as "Anonymous", presumably in order to protect Solzhenitsyn from any possible repercussions. The publishing information in the book states that it was printed in February 1968, but it likely came out in March or April. Very rare." (Matthew). T. Mathew, A guide to the Russian editions of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's major works. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Carteles avant la lettre (posters before letters: a collection of six limited-edition signed and justified lithographs created by Hernández Pijuan to be used as posters)

      Polígrafa 1968-1993, Barcelona - Six large signed and justified original lithographs (three printed in color) by Joan Hernández Pijuan: posters he designed during his career, all signed and avant la lettre. 76 x 56 cm. Editions all limited to 99 impressions printed on fine, thick wove paper (before the much larger unsigned poster editions). Maluquer 115, 146, 148, 219, and 276 (the sixth poster, from 1993, is extremely rare and is not in Maluquer). FINE AND BRIGHT, like new. Price is for all six. The set is extremely rare; I have found no evidence of them ever being offered for sale as a group. Some are available separately; please inquire. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Cole & Contreras / Sylvan Cole Gallery]
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        Ronald Reagan writes to an old friend "it was good to reminisce about those Des Moines days ?" - his first job was as a sports announcer in Iowa

      [Sacramento, California], January 16, 1968. 8" x 6.25". "Draft Autograph Letter Signed ""Ronald Reagan"" as Governor of California, 1 page, 8"" x 6.25"". [Sacramento, California, January 16, 1968]. To Bertha Glasscock. On lined yellow paper, cut from a larger sheet. Fine condition.Governor Reagan's secretary, Cathy Davis, has penned the date above Reagan's letter (""1/16/68"") which she then typed, and then drew a diagonal line in red ink across the text, indicating she had typed it for his signature.In full, ""To Bertha Glasscock. Dear Mrs. Glasscock. I've just had word from Al Crandall and so discovered your where abouts. I was happy to learn of your pleasant life in Texas and it was good to reminisce about those Des Moines days. I wish you the very best & who knows maybe some day Texas-Calif business will make it possible for our paths to cross. Best Regards Ronald Reagan""In December 1932, six months after he graduated from Eureka College, then 21-year-old Ronald Reagan got a job as a sports announcer at radio station WOC in Davenport, Iowa. When WOC and WHO in Des Moines, Iowa merged in April 1933, he moved to Des Moines as chief radio announcer. He broadcasted Chicago Cubs home games based on telegraph reports from Wrigley Field. In March 1937, while with the Cubs during spring training in California, Reagan made a screen test for Warner Bros. who signed him to a movie contract in April. The rest, as they say, is history.Governor of California since 1967, seven months after he wrote this letter, Reagan's name was placed in nomination for President at the 1968 Republican National Convention. On the first ballot, with 667 needed to win, he received 182 votes and finished third behind Nixon (692) and Rockefeller (277). "

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        [Collection of Vintage Prints of Yippies]

      New York (Chicago, and elsewhere): (Ann Douglas) [N.Y Free Press?], [ca. 1968]. Very good. 21 original B&W vintage double-weight photographic prints. Various sizes, most approx. 8" x 10" +/-, with several smaller. Many with photographer's stamps and/or penciled captions to versos, many quite detailed. Generally very good or better, with some curling and mild edge-wear. A handful of images have crop marks and other layout notations, all apparently from the NY Free Press. Housed in a worn envelope marked "Yippies" with photographer's business card taped to front. Largely unpublished collection of original, vintage photographs of Jerry Rubin, Abbie Hoffman, Ed Sanders, and company ca. 1968. In- cludes images of protests, rallies, and marches, as well as more intimate portraits, including one striking image of Hoffman naked but for an American flag draped over his shoulders (above). Most im- portantly, includes image of Judy Collins speaking at the Americana Hotel press conference that announced the formation of the Yippies. A well-rounded selection, capturing both the history and spirit of this counter-counterculture group.

      [Bookseller: Brian Cassidy, Bookseller]
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        ON THE WING / HIGHJACKING

      np [New York City]: (Boke Press), (1968). First printing. Wraps. Very good. 4to. Side-stapled wraps. Offset du- plicated and printed tête-bêche with onion-skin end-papers. One of 500 un- numbered copies. Very good overall. INSCRIBED by both Warsh and Waldman to Izzy Young. Also includes a TLS from Waldman to Young, approx. 85 words dat- ed May 29th, 1968. In part: ?"I?'m afraid we might be getting a shack in Maine or something - The Berrigans have already left & so things have quieted down a bit, but St. Marks Place is really get- ting to our nerves.?" Young was a central figure throughout the 1960s NYC music and literary scenes. He founded the Folklore Center, produced Dylan's first concert in 1961 (Dylan even wrote a song for/about him, "Talking Folklore Center"), and was close to Sanders, helping to print several titles from from his Fuck You Press on the mimeo machine at the Center. Handsome collaboration from Waldman and Warsh, with covers designed by Joe Brainard, published by Brainard?'s press, and with a warm as- sociation. Warsh has written of this book: ?"I like this book [...] because of Joe?'s covers, and because of the format. Anne and I had just married, and this was his gift?" (Schlesinger and Birmingham 2). [Clay and Phillips 266].

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        [Collection of Color Transparency Slides of Jimi Hendrix]

      [New York], 1968. Near fine. Eight Kodak color transparency slides. 2" square with image area 1 3/8" x 15/16" approx. Date-stamped "MAR 68" to border of verso. No- tated in ink outside of image area with names, numbers. Clean, well preserved. Near fine. High-resolution jpgs of all images provided. A collection of exceptional but presumably unpublished images of Jimi Hendrix performing at New York City's Hunter College on March 2, 1968. Seven capture the guitar hero on stage: with his signature Stratocaster, kneeling before a giant stack of amplifiers, playing with his teeth, etc. The eighth is a candid portrait, likely snapped backstage. Though we've been unable to determine the photographer, the photos are of clear professional caliber and bear a certain re- semblance to the work of legendary rock-and-roll photographer El- liott Landy. An iconic selection of original vintage slides capturing the signature style of a rock legend.

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        Les aventures d'El Momo EDITION ORIGINALE Grand papier ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Centre de créativité, 1968. Fine. Centre de créativité, Paris 1968, 27x21cm, broché. - First Edition, one of five justified trade off and signed by the author, one draw with 20 ex enriched drawings by the author. Rare and nice copy of this comic supertemporelle coloring and enrich the reader recounting an episode from May 68. A pale marginal wetting the top of the first page tapering to disappear on the following pages. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 5 ex hors commerce justifiés et signés par l'auteur, seul tirage avec 20 ex enrichis de dessins de l'auteur. Rare et agréable exemplaire de cette bande dessinée supertemporelle à colorier et à enrichir par le lecteur relatant un épisode de Mai 68. Une pâle mouillure marginale en tête de la première page s'amenuisant, pour disparaître, sur les pages suivantes.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        The Gates of Paradise For Children For the Sexes

      4 vols. London: Trianon Press, 1968. 4 vols., 8vo and 12mo, Vol. I (8vo), [i-vii]-viii, 50, (4) pp., Vol. II (12mo), [2] pp., 22 plates, Vol. III [4] pp., 31 plates, Vol. IV (12mo), [2] pp., 10 plates, negative and copper plate. Original tan morocco, (volume 4 in light-brown cloth, as issued), cloth slipcase, gilt lettering to backstrip of all three volumes. In volume containing the negative and copper plate, the negative has come unglued but is still present. Some slight fading to backstrips, some dampmarking to bottom of slipcase. Very good. From an edition of 726 total copies, including 700 numbered 1 to 700, of which the first 50 have additional material and are in a special binding. This is copy number 25, with the first three volumes bound in morocco (instead of the usual cloth). Volume I is an introductory volume, followed by three volumes of plates. Bentley, Blake Books, 48.

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        The Mountains

      New York: Chilmark Press,, 1968. Illustrated with ten drawings by John Piper engraved on the wood by Reynolds Stone. With a Descriptive Note by John Piper. Quarto, pp. 42. Original blue-green quarter morocco, dark slate-blue cloth sides, gilt lettered spine, top edges gilt, decorative endpapers. Title printed in pale brown and black, 10 wood engravings by Reynolds Stone after John Piper. An excellent copy. First and limited edition, first impression, one of 110 numbered copies (this numbered CIX), signed by the author, artist and engraver, and with an extra set of the ten engravings tipped-in (captions printed in pale green). A beautifully produced book, printed at the Rampant Lions Press. " [It is Thomas's] most engaging piece of English prose... a centrally significant work, despite its relative brevity and its critical neglect... [Piper's] drawings have the atmospheric precision of an artist who had long made himself at home in the Snowdon range; the wood engravings have the cool accuracy of fine sculpture - like the carved lettering of which Reynolds Stone is a master. And R. S. Thomas's words have a corresponding precision, a sense of actual place" (W. Moelwyn Merchant, R. S. Thomas, 1990, pp. 3 & 56).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Mountains. Illustrated with ten drawings by John Piper engraved on the wood by Reynolds Stone. With a Descriptive Note by John Piper.

      New York: Chilmark Press, 1968 - Quarto, pp. 42. Original blue-green quarter morocco, dark slate-blue cloth sides, gilt lettered spine, top edges gilt, decorative endpapers. An excellent copy. Title printed in pale brown and black, 10 wood engravings by Reynolds Stone after John Piper. First and limited edition, first impression, one of 110 numbered copies (this numbered CIX), signed by the author, artist and engraver, and with an extra set of the ten engravings tipped-in (captions printed in pale green). A beautifully produced book, printed at the Rampant Lions Press. " [It is Thomas's] most engaging piece of English prose. a centrally significant work, despite its relative brevity and its critical neglect. [Piper's] drawings have the atmospheric precision of an artist who had long made himself at home in the Snowdon range; the wood engravings have the cool accuracy of fine sculpture - like the carved lettering of which Reynolds Stone is a master. And R. S. Thomas's words have a corresponding precision, a sense of actual place" (W. Moelwyn Merchant, R. S. Thomas, 1990, pp. 3 & 56). [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        The Mountains

      New York: Chilmark Press, 1968. 10 wood engravings by Reynolds Stone from drawings by John Piper. One of 350 copies, this one out of series. First edition. 4to., original black cloth spine with pictorial boards which are large scale details of one of the engravings, Cwm Graianog, a very copy in the original slipcase, with a slight bump to one corner. Designed and printed by Will and Sebastian Carter at the Rampant Lions Press, bound at Cambridge University Press. 10 line poem and 15 page prose piece accomapnied by Piper's wonderful images, perfectly engraved by Stone.

      [Bookseller: SOPHIE SCHNEIDEMAN RARE BOOKS]
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        STREET WORKS: 0 to 9 No. 6 (supplement)

      New York: 0 to 9, 1968. First Edition. Wraps. Very good -. 4to. side-stapled wraps. Mild rubbing, soil. Very good plus overall. Vari- ously printed (mimeo, off- set, xerox). [64]pp. on 32 leaves. Final issue of this essen- tial magazine. Contributors include John Giorno, Adrian Piper, Anne Waldman, Lewis Warsh, Hannah Weiner, and others. [Clay and Phillips 207-07]. [Aarons and Roth 33-37].

      [Bookseller: Brian Cassidy, Bookseller]
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        A day for Anne Frank

      Philadelphia: The Falcon Press 8vo (29.8 cm, 11.75"). [16] pp.; illus.. 1968 First edition of Williams's first published work: a poetic meditation inspired by the horrors of the Holocaust, with illustrations based on photographs of concentration camp victims. The volume was designed by Eugene Feldman and Sarah J. Williams, and printed by Feldman; this is => one of 1000 copies issued. Publisher's printed paper wrappers; tiny amount of rubbing to extremities. A nice copy of this uncommon debut from a major contemporary American poet.

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        L'?glise (L'assemblea). Traduzione, riduzione, adattamento Giovanni Maria Russo, Rino Di Silvestro.

      Trevi 1968 Iø ediz. In 8 p., pp. 186. Bross. Cop. illustr. con bandelle. Collana "La Voce", 2. L'edizione ? stata curata graficamente da Toni Bonavita. Segni del tempo alle cop. ant. e post. Dal Sito Web Art e Bibliophilia: Un altro testo molto raro di C?line ? la pi?ce teatrale L'Eglise, scritta nel '33 e rappresentata per la prima volta in Francia - con scarso successo - nel 1936 a Lione. L'edizione italiana conserva il titolo originale e viene stampata nel 1968 dalla casa editrice romana Trevi, a cura di Rino di Silvestro e Giovanni Maria Russo. Il libro viene stampato in occasione della rappresentazione della pi?ce a Roma l'anno precedente, in anteprima italiana, curata dagli autori del testo. Interessante la copertina, probabilmente tratta da una foto della rappresentazione, che ricorda certi cataloghi di mostra di artisti coevi come Michelangelo Pistoletto o Mario Schifano. Raffigura due uomini nell'atto di "picchiare" un personaggio dai capelli lunghi - tipico uomo sessantottino - vestito con una bandiera americana. Infatti L'Eglise, come precisa l'editore nella prefazione, ? "una feroce satira verso organismi internazionali come L'ONU, e consimili" (L. - F. C?line, I sotto uomini, cit. p.9).

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        Hassebrauk, Ernst. - Früchtekorb.

      - Mischtechnik / Aquarell & Gouache, über Radierung, 1968. Von Ernst Hassebrauk. 38,4 x 50,2 cm (Darstellung / Blatt) / 50 x 60 cm (Passepartout). Lau 276. In der Darstellung rechts unten in Bleistift signiert: "hassebrauk". - Unikat. - Fachgerecht im Passepartout montiert. Hervorragend erhalten. Ernst Hassebrauk (1905 Dresden - 1974 Dresden). Oft fälschlich auch Ernst Hassebrauck. Deutscher Maler und Grafiker. 1925-27 Studium an der Kunstakademie Dresden. 1927-32 Studium der Philosophie und Kunstgeschichte an der Universität Leipzig. Parallel Studium an der Leipziger Kunstakademie bei Willi Geiger. 1947 Proffesur an der Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig (HGB). 1949 Entlassung aus dem Lehramt im Zusammenhang mit der Formalismusdebatte. 1958-60 Arbeit an den Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen in Dresden. Pflegte einen in seiner vitalen Farbigkeit und üppigen Strichführung neobarock anmutenden expressiven Realismus. Zahlreiche Ausstellungen und Publikationen. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Café Sign.

      - Screenprint, 1968, from a series of five screenprints, edition of 75 with 10 artist's proofs, printed at Kelpra Studio, London, published by Editions Alecto, London. sheet 710 x 932mm Cristea, the complete prints; 12 In good overall condition. 2 small repaired tears lower left of sheet.

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        The Mountains

      New York: Chilmark Press, Inc, 1968 Near Fine, 1968, 10 illust, ltd ed. In green quarter cloth, pictorial boards, tips rubbed, gilt spine titles. Internally, no inscriptions, half title, [6], 5-42 pp, [1], [1], [3], 10 illustrations, top edge cut, remainder not, with a descriptive not by John Piper. Housed in its plain slipcase, the third of the Clover Hill Editions of the Chilmark Press, consisting of 350 copies, of which this is one of the Ordinary copies numbered 1-240, designed and printed by Will and Sebastian Carter at the Rampant Lions Press and bound at the Cambridge University Press.

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        Tarzan of the Movies

      New York: The Citadel Press,, [1968]. A pictorial history of more than fifty years of Edgar Rice Burroughs' legendary hero. Quarto. Original black boards, titles to spine in red. With the pictorial dust jacket. With black and white photographs. Extremities lightly rubbed. An excellent copy. First edition, first printing. Extraordinarily inscribed by seven actors who portrayed Tarzan and Jane between the 1920s and 60s to Hollywood eccentric and 1960s cult figure Bongo Wolf. Of the three Tarzans Johnny Weissmuller is by far the best-known. He was the sixth Tarzan and invented the apeman's signature yell. James H. Pierce (Tarzan no. 4) was the last of the silent film era and Jock Mahoney became the thirteenth Tarzan in 1962. The four Janes are silent movie star Louise Lorraine (Jane no. 3), her predecessor Karla Schramm, Vanessa Brown (no. 8) and Eve Brent (no. 12). Bongo Wolf (real name William Donald Grollman) was a fixture of 1960s Hollywood, easily recognisable by his fake vampire fangs, his bongo drums and his limp. In an interview for The Independent in 2007, his friend, the musician P. J. Proby, said: "Last I heard, Bongo had been kidnapped in Louisiana by this drug pusher.

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        Werkausgabe. 63 Repliken in Originalgröße der wichtigsten Zeichnungen aus dem künstlerischen Schaffen Marinis, ausgewählt vom Künstler. Einleitender Text Werner Haftmann. Von diesem Werk wurde eine einmalige auf 2000 Exemplare limitierte und numerierte Auflage gedruckt. Davon erscheinen 500 Expl. gesondert mit * numeriert für USA, Kanada, Australien, Großbritannien und das übrige Commonwealth. Dieses Exemplar trägt die [handschriftliche] Nummer 542.

      Bremen, C. Schünemann Vlg. Verlag der Dietz Offizin, 1968.. Textheft und 63 Repliken in farb. ill. Schatulle. Gr.-Fol. 42 x 51 cm.. neuwertiges Exemplar. Alle Preise inkl. MwSt. Die AGB und Widerrufsbelehrung finden Sie unter "Anbieter & Zahlungsinformationen". Bei Bestellungen gegen offene Rechnung bitte Telefonnummer angeben. Danke!

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Roland Moser]
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        The Real Inspector Hound (Signed By The Author)

      Faber 1968 - The First UK printing abolished by Faber in 1968.This is the much scarcer casebound edition.The BOOK is in near FINE condition and appears unread.Light offsetting to the endpapers and a small penned previous owner's name to the front blank end-paper, otherwise a very sharp copy.The WRAPPER is complete and is in near FINE condition.Good colouring to the spine.Mild creasing at the upper spine.A few light marks in places. The wrapper looks very attractive in the removable Brodart archival protector.The book has been SIGNED by the author to the title page and a ticket for the signing event accompanies this title as provenance. All in all a very sharp of the author's second play.At the time of listing,the only available signed copy available. Ashtonrarebooks welcomes direct contact. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Opening of the Western-Eye.

      The Social Science Association Press of Thailand, Bangkok 1968 - First edition in English of the Dalai Lama’s first book on Buddhist philosophy. Octavo, original cloth. Signed by the author on the title page in Tibetan "with prayers." A near fine copy in a excellent dust jacket that is lightly rubbed. Rare, especially signed. The Opening the Eye of the Western Eye is a succinct, thorough overview of the doctrines of Buddhism as they have been practiced for a thousand years in Tibet. The Dalai Lama here discusses the need for religious practice and the importance of kindness and compassion. Originally written for Tibetan lay people, this was the Dalai Lama's first book on Buddhist philosophy to appear in English. Written for both Tibetan and Western readers, Opening the Eye of New Awareness is the Dalai Lama's first religious work. It is not an edited transcript of public lectures, but is His Holliness' own summation of Buddhist doctrine and practice. Completed in 1963, just four years after his escape from Tibet and four years after completing his religious education, it is a work of consummate scholarship by a twenty-seven year-old geshe, wise beyond his years. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Papeles de Son Armadans. Revista mensual dirigida por Camilo José Cela. Año III, Abril 1968. (Antonio Rodriguez Moñino: Sobre poetas hispanoamericanos de la época virreinal; Alejandra Pizarnik: Pequeños poemas en prosa; Juan Liscano: Los nuevos dias, y otros textos)

      Madrid - Palma de Mallorca, 1968. 4to. alargado; 112 pp. Cubiertas originales.

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        Adelante. Etapas del Desarrollo Economicosocial y Cultural

      Buenos Aires, Ediciones Marymar, 1968. 4to. alargado; 214 pp., 3 hs. y un estado plegado. Cubiertas originales.

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        Human Cardiac Transplantation. An Evaluation of the First Two Operations Performed at the Groote Schuur Hospital, Cape Town. [Offprint from The American Journal of Cardiology, vol. 22, nr. 4, pp. 584-596].

      New York, 1968. Lex 8vo. Bound with the original wrappers in very nice full burgundy cloth with gilt lettering to front board. Signed by the author on the front wrapper ("Chris Barnard") and dated "16/5/69". A very nice, clean, and fresh copy. Title-page + pp. 584-596.. First printing in the rare offprint, signed and dated by the author, of Barnard's second publication on the seminal performance of the world's first human heart transplantations, one of the most important medical performances in the course of history - "the most publicised event in world medical history". This medical breakthrough introduced to the world a way to prolong life that would become of seminal importance to modern man.Barnard famously carried out the world's first human-to-human heart transplant on December 3 1967, which he described in a paper three weeks later. The patent, Louis Washkansky, a 54-year-old grocer suffering from diabetes and incurable heart disease, died of double pneumonia on December 21 that same year. But nonetheless, the operation became a worldrenowned success. Merely a month later, on January 2 1968, Barnard conducted the world's second human heart transplant, inscribing himself into history once again. This time, the patient, Philip Blaiberg, survived for 19 months. The present paper is the first to describe these two seminal performances together. "Christiaan (Chris) Barnard was born in 1922 and qualified in medicine at the University of Cape Town in 1946. Following surgical training in South Africa and the USA, Barnard established a successful open-heart surgery programme at Groote Schuur Hospital and the University of Cape Town in 1958. In 1967, he led the team that performed the world's first human-to-human heart transplant. The article describing this remarkable achievement was published in the South African Medical Journal just three weeks after the event and is one of the most cited articles in the cardiovascular field. In the lay media as well, this first transplant remains the most publicised event in world medical history. Although the first heart transplant patient survived only 18 days, four of Groote Schuur Hospital's first 10 patients survived for more than one year, two living for 13 and 23 years, respectively. This relative success amid many failures worldwide did much to generate guarded optimism that heart transplantation would eventually become a viable therapeutic option. This first heart transplant and subsequent ongoing research in cardiac transplantation at the University of Cape Town and in a few other dedicated centres over the subsequent 15 years laid the foundation for heart transplantation to become a well-established form of therapy for end-stage cardiac disease. During this period from 1968 to 1983, Chris Barnard and his team continued to make major contributions to organ transplantation, notably the development of the heterotopic ( 'piggy-back') heart transplants; advancing the concept of brain death, organ donation and other related ethical issues; better preservation and protection of the donor heart (including hypothermic perfusion storage of the heart; studies on the haemodynamic and metabolic effects of brain death; and even early attempts at xenotransplantation." (Cardiovasc J Afr. 2009 Jan-Feb;20(1):31-5.)

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        Konvolut mit 10 Originalgraphiken: 1) Reichstagsgebäude. 2) Rathaus Reinickendorf. 3) Riehmers Hofgarten. 4) Im Spandauer Kolk. 5) Rathaus Steglitz. 6) Wohnhaus Akazien-, Ecke Grunewaldstraße. 7) Postamt Haupstraße. 8) 'Idunahaus' Kurfürstendamm Ecke Leibnizstraße. 9) Planufer. 10) Die Carl-Schurz-Straße. Mit je einem Blatt Begleittext zu den dargestellten Gebäuden, geschrieben von Kurt Pomplun.

      Berlin, o. J. [ ca 1968 ].. 10 Originalgraphiken (Radierungen). Blattgröße 41,5 x 51,5 cm. Alle Blätter sind unten rechts mit Bleistift handsigniert, links unten die handschriftliche Nummer (jeweils eine von hundert), ebenfalls mit Bleistift. 10 Blatt Begleittext (21 x 14,5 cm), einseitig bedruckt. Sauber und gut erhalten. Schönes Exemplar.. Die Graphiken sind als Buchillustrationen in dem Werk - und Kurt Pomplun erzählt 'Berlin wie ich es liebe' mit den Illustrationen von Robinson enthalten. --- Werner Kruse (1910-1994): Berliner Grafiker und Illustrator - Pseudonym: Robinson. Ca 250 000 Illustrationen, vom Ölbild bis zur Grafik als Buchillustrator und Pressezeichner. Eines seiner frühen Meisterstücke war ein Neuentwurf des berühmten Motivs des Sarotti-Mohrs in den 1930er Jahren. Nach dem Krieg gründete Kruse die erste deutsche Sportzeitung 'Sport-Forum', zeichnete auch im 'Abend' und im Tagesspiegel Karikaturen, Gerichtsbilder, Humor, Roman-Illustrationen. Berühmt geworden ist der Zeichner mit den Exploramen - dabei werden große Gebäude aufgeschnitten, so dass der Betrachter durch die Fassade blickt. --- Weitere Original-graphiken von Robinson vorhanden. Bitte anfragen. #GrGrSchr26-417591

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        [Offprint]: The Origin of the Yellow Submarine

      [1968]. First. One page photocopied from a scholarly journal. Two vertical creases else about fine. A work of facetious scholarship delineating the origins of the yellow submarine "myth," created by Erich Segal, who wrote the screenplay for the film. In addition to writing novels such as Love Story, Segal was a professor of Greek and Latin literature at Harvard University and other universities. Inscribed by Erich Segal in red felt tip pen: "Regards -- T. Quid." Apparently this was published in 1968 as an appendix to the novelization of the film. We have only seen one other example of this literary hoax, similarly copied, folded, and inscribed. .

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        Danny Lyon: The Bikeriders

      New York & London: Macmillan & CollierÐMacmillan, 1968 Hardcover SIGNED. First edition, first printing. An extremely nice copy: Fine cloth-bound hardcover with a small bump to one edge of one board, a red dot to the bottom edge of the text block which has bled a bit onto some interior pages, and an inscription to the ffep in a Fine dust jacket with a touch of rubbing to the extremities and two tiny closed tears. All dust jackets are protected by a clear mylar cover. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. Danny Lyon's important first book, a documentary photo-essay on the Chicago Outlaws, a "motorcycle racing club," with texts from interviews with members of the gang. A seminal photobook of the 1960s. Photographs, introduction, and interviews conducted by Danny Lyon. SIGNED BY LYON on the title page, inscribed and dated in 2000. 94 pages; 48 b&w plates; 6.5 x 9.5 inches. See: Parr & Badger, Photobook, Vol. 1, p. 256-257; Open Book, p. 236-237; Roth, Book of 101 Books, p. 190-191.

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        L'oeuvre au noir EDITION ORIGINALE ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Gallimard, 1968. Fine. Gallimard, Paris 1968, 14x20,5cm, broché. - Original edition on the current paper. Precious autograph signed by the author Bernard Gheerbrandt, student of Gaston Bachelard and founder of the bookshop La Hune and Club booksellers of France: "Bernard Gheerbrandt ... These powers of gold, mind and the revolt in the sixteenth century ... " Nice full copy of his illustrated jacket whose back is cleared, press clippings attached. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale sur papier courant. Précieux envoi autographe signé de Marguerite Yourcenar à Bernard Gheerbrandt, élève de Gaston Bachelard et fondateur de la librairie La Hune et du Club des libraires de France  : "à Bernard Gheerbrandt ... Ces puissances de l'or, de l'esprit et de la révolte au XVIème siècle..." Agréable exemplaire complet de sa jaquette illustrée dont le dos est éclairci, coupures de presse jointes.  

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        2001: A Space Odyssey

      New York : The New American Library, 1968. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. SIGNED by Arthur C. Clarke on the title page. With his bookplate and business card laid in. On the French title page is a label from the Arthur C. Clarke Foundation, Sir Arthur C. Clarke's stamp and a blind stamped 'From the Library of Arthur C. Clarke'. Comes with 8 private photographs showing Clarke in various activities and a CD with loads of private pictures and correspondence with the former owner of this book. A very good copy with slightest toning to outer edges. Pages are clean, no marks or inscriptions. In a very good dust jacket with slight creasing, small tears to spine ends and a 12 mm. closed tear to the rear side. .

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        Das Erlebnis des Marshalls von Bassompierre., Der Originaltext der Memoiren mit den Fassungen von Johann Wolfgang von Goethe und Hugo von Hofmannsthal. Mit sieben Lithographien von Hans Fronius.

      München, Carl Hanser Verlag, 1968,. - 37(1) S., OHalb-Leder mit bedruckten Deckeln im Schuber (dieser mit Schmutzspuren), Groß-Folio, zweifarbiger Handsatz in der Janson-Antiqua, Einband und Typographie von Viktor Wilsch, handgebunden von Hans Flach; Druck auf Büttenpapier der Firma Mayspies, Düren. Gesamtauflage 190 Exemplare, vorliegend eins von 40 unnummerierten, nicht für den Verkauf bestimmten Exemplaren. Sämtliche ganzseitigen Lithographien sind von Fronius (1903-1988) signiert. 4. Hanser Pressendruck. Oberer Rücken leicht gestaucht, kleinere Abreibspuren am Lederrücken. Guter Zustand. Spindler 63,4. Good copy, not numbered. With 7 handsigned lithographs. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Jardin des Plantes, Wegweiser (Seerose)

      Paris 1968 - 13 x 18 cm 32 Seiten 100 gr. sehr guter Zustand (etwas berieben) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Catalogue de l'Oeuvre de Georges Braque Peintures 1924 - 1927

      Paris: Maeght Editeur, 1968. Hardbound. VG+ ex art reference library copy never used, paper label on lower spine would easily come off. Cloth covered ring binder with colored embossed design by Braque on front cover,. (2), 121, (3) numbered sheets (appx. 250 pp.) with 176 illustrations (14 are in color). Text in French. The pictures are arranged chronologically by year.

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        L'espace littéraire Service de presse ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Gallimard, 1968. Fine. Gallimard, Paris 1968, 11x16,5cm, broché. - New pocket-sized edition, review copy. Touching and valuable autograph signed by the author to his sister Marguerite: "To my dearest sister, Marguerite, this book, premises may be" the end of the book "with tender apology MB." Marguerite Blanchot, renowned organist Chalon Cathedral, remained all his life in the family home with his mother and aunt. "It will gradually become, for the family, as the memory of origins." Very close to Maurice, she regularly corresponded with the writer who reflects him great recognition for his dedication to their helpless mother. If intense affection Blanchot for his mother and his sister shines in dedications of it, we know almost nothing of their relationship. In the only biographical essay on Blanchot, Christophe Bident reveals, however: "Marguerite Maurice Blanchot worshiped his brother very proud of him, (...) it attached great importance to his political ideas (...) She read a lot (.... .) They phoned corresponded. A distance, they shared the same natural authority, the same concern for discretion. " Blanchot address him indeed many books from his library, now with her continuous intellectual link. Nice copy. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition au format de poche, un des exemplaires du service de presse. Emouvant et précieux envoi autographe signé de Maurice Blanchot à sa soeur Marguerite : "Pour ma très chère soeur, Marguerite, ce livre, prémisses peut-être de "la fin du livre" avec les tendres excuses de MB." Marguerite Blanchot, organiste de renom à la cathédrale de Chalon, demeura toute sa vie dans la maison familiale, avec sa mère et sa tante. "Elle deviendra peu à peu, pour la famille, comme la mémoire des origines." Très proche de Maurice, elle correspond régulièrement avec l'écrivain qui lui témoigne une grande reconnaissance pour son dévouement envers leur mère impotente. Si l'intense affection de Blanchot pour sa mère et sa soeur transparait dans les dédicaces de celui-ci, on ne sait presque rien de leurs relations. Dans l'unique essai biographique sur Blanchot, Christophe Bident nous révèle cependant : "Marguerite Blanchot vénérait son frère Maurice. Très fière de lui, (...) elle attachait une grande importance à ses idées politiques (...). Elle lisait beaucoup (...) Ils se téléphonaient, correspondaient. A distance, ils partageaient la même autorité naturelle, le même souci de discrétion." Blanchot lui adresse en effet de nombreux ouvrages provenant de sa bibliothèque, maintenant avec elle un lien intellectuel continu. Agréable exemplaire.

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        THREE TYPED LETTERS SIGNED Concerning personal aspects of Albert Einstein's life

      Princeton NJ:, 1968. THREE TYPED LETTERS SIGNED (TLS) BY HELEN DUKAS-each one page in length-dated 1968-1969 to an early biographer of Albert Einstein with a couple of corrections in Dukas' hand. The letters are Very Good++ to near fine and include comments on Einstein's work habits, vacations, family members who helped finance his education and other personal matters. Included is a short quote by Einstein on recovering from illness. Copies of letters to which Dukas was responding are included. Helen Dukas (2896-1982) was Albert Einstein's secretary beginning in 1928. Following Elsa Einstein's death in 1936 Dukas took over many of the household tasks for the Einstein family. She, with Dr, Banesh Hoffmann served as literary executors of Einstein's estate. She co-authored "Einstein: Creator and Rebel (1972) and was co-editor (with Banesh Hoffmann) of "Albert Einstein: The Human Side" (1979). $850.00

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        MAINS, QUARANTE BOIS GRAVES

      Pierre Vorms, Belves (Dordogne) 1968 - First edition, limited to 120 copies on Velin d'Arches, this no. 65 Signed by Masereel. Quarto. Unpaged (96pp). 40 original woodcuts. Bound in printed wrappers. Avermaete no.57. First edition, limited to 120 copies on Velin d'Arches, this no. 65 Signed by Masereel. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        The Real Inspector Hound.

      Faber and Faber, London. 1968 - First edition. Scarcer hardbound issue. Octavo. 47 pages. His second play.Fine in very good slightly marked and creased dustwrapper with a longitudinal scratch to front panel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Black Buyer's Guide to Stores and Services in Philadelphia - 1968

      Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Black House. 1968. First edition. Printed unstapled wrappers. 16pp. Very good with toning to the rear wrapper, light scuffing and a bit of wear along front foredge. A first edition of the Philadelphia Black Buyer's Guide published by Black House located on 1738 W. Columbus Avenue with the aim to strengthen black communities by focus their spending: "When you buy black you help to make the black community stronger because the money stays in black hands longer!" The guide is divided into two sections, one of various business categories from animal hospitals and florists to record shops and used furniture, and the other a random listing of "black professional," such as dentists, doctors, and lawyers. OCLC locates two copies of the 1969 guide but no copies of this rare debut edition. .

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        Traité de biologie de l'abeille, 5 vol.

      - Masson, Paris, 1968 ;; in-8, cartonnage éditeur avec jaquette xii, 547 pp., 171 figures in-texte, viii, 566 pp., 193 figures in-texte, viii, 400 pp., 1 tableau dépliant en couleurs hors-texte, 113 figures in-texte, viii, 434 pp., 208 figures in-texte, viii, 152 pp., 10 figures in-texte. Très bon état, jaquettes très légèrement abimées en coiffes, la bible sur les abeilles ! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Archive of Anthony Hecht Materials [Signed 10X and Initialed 5X]

      New York State: Anthony Hecht, Various publication dates. First edition. Very Good. A quite scarce, and rare-to-the-market Anthony Hecht Archive, with each item being in Very Good or better condition, containing many items signed by Anthony Hecht, illustrating the inner workings of book publishing and providing an interesting insight into the business side of the great Poet's life. Anthony Hecht's poetry is noted for confronting the Twentieth Century's horrors, particularly those of World War II (in which Hecht fought) and the Holocaust, both of which were recurring themes in his work. Although his parents opposed his becoming a Poet, even going so far as to have family friend Theodor Geisel (Dr. Seuss) try to dissuade Hecht from his chosen career, Hecht, having been inspired by the works of Wallace Stevens, W. H. Auden, and T. S. Eliot, persevered, ultimately becoming one of the greatest Poets of his era and winning the 1968 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for his second collection of verse, "The Hard Hours". Hecht also won the 1983 Bollingen Prize, the 1988 Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize, the 1989 Aiken Taylor Award for Modern American Poetry, the 1997 Wallace Stevens Award, the 1999/2000 Frost Medal, the Tanning Prize, and The National Medal of Arts, as well as a number of other Awards and Fellowships. From 1982 - 1984, he served as the twenty-seventh United States Poet Laureate (officially Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress), placing him in the company of America's greatest Poets such as Robert Frost, Robert Penn Warren, William Carlos Williams, Stephen Spender, and others. The "Anthony Hecht Poetry Prize" is given annually in his honor. In spite of his stellar reputation as a Poet and the recognition he received for his work, this Archive reveals that revenues from his work were not sufficient to support Hecht and his young family. In consequence, Hecht derived most of his income from teaching at the University of Rochester and Hecht's signed letters contained herein are on University Letterhead. The Archive, from the file of Hecht's Literary Agent, Joan Daves, contains four checks (in rather low amounts) made payable to Hecht and representing revenue from his literary work, one of which is endorsed by Hecht, two of which are endorsed by Hecht and his wife Helen, and the fourth of which was deposited without endorsement; five typed letters signed (by Hecht), each dated 1972 or 1973, five contracts signed by Anthony Hecht and other parties; as well as copies of relevant letters, bios, and publicity information provided by Hecht. In the letters, Hecht discusses publishing efforts and plans for "Seven Against Thebes", including plans for a special edition of the work to be produced by Leonard Baskin at Ghenna Press, the birth of his son, the provision of publicity information, and retrieving the original manuscript and the master galleys of one of his works from Oxford University Press (the publication of which had been canceled as noted below). The original signed contracts are as follows: (i) contract with Atheneum dated "9/24/70" for the translation by Hecht and Helen Bacon of Aeschylus?' "Seven Against Thebes" signed by Hecht, Bacon, and Atheneum; (ii) contract with Oxford University Press (OUP) dated October 20, 1972 signed by Hecht, Bacon, and OUP and initialed by Hecht and by Bacon at the bottom of 5 pages (all but the signature page where no initials were called for) -- stapled to which is an original letter on Atheneum letterhead from Alfred Knopf, Jr. reverting all rights granted Atheneum under the above-described 9/24/70 contract to Hecht and Bacon, signed by Alfred Knopf, Jr. and by Joan Daves, entered into so that Hecht and Bacon could enter a contract for the same work with "another publisher" (leading, of course to the foregoing OUP contract; (iii) contract with OUP dated July 17, 1973 for Oedipus At Colonus (a translation of Sophocles' work) signed by Hecht and by George Dimock as "Authors" and signed by OUP; (iv) Letter Agreement dated December 15, 1975 by and among Hecht, Dimock, and OUP mutually releasing each other from all obligations under the July 17, 1973 contract for Oedipus At Colonus together with an original letter signed from OUP to Joan Daves' Agency returning the original mutual release as well as copies of other relevant correspondence, and further including an additional original signed letter from OUP explaining that the project was canceled because Hecht, having found it impossible to work with Dimock given Dimock's interpretation of the Play, had requested the release ; (v) contract with OUP for Oedipus At Kolonus (a second try at the translation of the Sophocles Play) dated February 26, 1980 signed by Hecht and by William Arrowsmith as Author and signed by OUP. Thus we have a quite scarce Archive of Anthony Hecht materials including ten items signed by him, one of which also is initialed by him five times, yielding a total of 15 original Hecht evidences of his Agreement to, or statement of, various matters. The Archive provides an excellent look at Hecht's attempts to get his work published, some successful, some not, and illustrating both the low level of monetary reward won for such work and Hecht's persistence at it. A RARE ARCHIVE OF MATERIALS, MANY OF WHICH ARE SIGNED, RELATED TO ONE OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY'S MOST NOTABLE POETS.

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