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      EDITIONS PIERRE AMIOT 1968 - RO30077253: 334 + 334 + 334 + 334 pages. Nombreuses illustrations en noir et blanc et en couleurs dans le texte et hors texte. Préface de Jean Cassou. De la préhistoire à nos jours pr Jean Rousselot. In-4 Relié. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 700-LES ARTS [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The last Englishman: An autobiography of Lieut.-Col. Alfred Daniel Wintle, M.C. (1st the Royal Dragoons)

      London Joseph 1968. 288 pages. Index. Black and white photographic plates. "Wintle took more boredom out of the 'fifties and 'sixties than any other Englishman. His radio and television appearances provoked thousands of the most passionate, inspired and affectionate letters, cables and poems. On writing, Wintle said: 'The only reason for it is to tell a good tale.' His own story is one of the best England has produced." - from dust jacket. Light wear to clean and unmarked book. Moderate wear to dust jacket now preserved in archival-grade Brodart. A quality copy. First Edition Good Hardcover 8vo - over 7?" - 9?" tall; First Edition. VG

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        [Manuscript]: Now the Fun Starts

      1968. Twenty-one photocopied pages printed rectos only. Heavily copy edited in different colored pencils with several reasonably substantial changes to the text, including the original title ("The Christmas Spirit"), whether by the author himself or by an editor is not entirely clear. A humorous story about a businessman who commutes to Manhattan, drinks his way through the annual office Christmas party, and forgets that he has invited three Arabs from the U.N. to Christmas dinner at his Red Bank, New Jersey home, where they promptly appear while he endures the resultant hangover. Ham is served. Published in the December 28, 1968 issue of The Saturday Evening Post. Nathaniel Benchley, the son of Robert Benchley and the father of Peter Benchley, is known for his comic novel, The Off-Islanders, also about unexpected visitors and the basis for the movie The Russians Are Coming! The Russians Are Coming! A very funny period piece. .

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        The Instant Enemy

      NY: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1968. "...the finest series of detective novels ever written by an American." - NY Times. "'The Instant Enemy' is the quintessential Ross Macdonald novel. Why? Because it incorporates so many of the elements Macdonald held near and dear to his heart. These include: Family tragedies that repeat themselves over the generations. Unexpected familial relationships between characters. A young person's journey to claim a birthright unfairly denied. The notion that one's destiny is largely determined at birth, if not before. The book starts out with Lew Archer being summoned to the Woodland Hills home of Keith Sebastian and his wife Bernice. Their 17 year old daughter has run away and they want Archer to find her without involving the police. Archer soon learns that the girl is traveling in the company of a 19 year old delinquent named Davy Spanner. What's more, it appears that they are planning to commit a very serious crime against Sebastian's boss, the fabulously wealthy oilman Stephen Hackett. " - Amazon review. viii, 232pp. Blue quarter-cloth, dark yellow [mustard] paper boards, silver gilt spine lettering and design, stamped author initials design front cover, cream endpapers, green/yellow top stain, deckled fore-edge. Dust jacket price 4.50. Bruccoli A21.1.a. SIGNED BY AUTHOR to first blank page. Signed copies of this title quite scarce. Book has some minor age-toning to top edge, one tiny spot to top-stain o/w Fine, very tight and appears unread. Slight creasing to dust jacket front flap, slight crease to top spine edge o/w Fine and very bright and crisp.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine in Near Fine DJ/Near Fine. Illus. by Dust Jacket Design By Muni Lieblein. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Africa on maps dating from the twelfth to the eighteenth century: Africa auf Karten des 12. bis 18. Jahrhunderts

      Leipzig Edition 1968 - Leipzig, 1968. Cloth over Boards. First edition. Elephant folio. 77 maps of Africa from European Institutions in facsimile. Explanation in German and English. Includes notes booklet. Suitable for a gift. No international or expedited orders please, this is an extremely large/heavy book. See our pictures of this lovely book. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Sequitur Books]
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        Drafts and Fragments of Cantos CX-CXVII

      New York: New Directions, 1968 Limited edition of 310 numbered copies. Signed by Pound on the limitation page. Publisher's rust cloth, white paper label with the author's initials lettered in black to the spine; housed in the publisher's gray paper slipcase, white title label lettered in black to the front panel. About very good, with minor bowing to the boards, some staining and light soiling to the boards, a hint of soiling to the endpapers, faint rippling to the page fore edges, otherwise bright and fresh pages, with the publisher's errata slip laid in; slipcase with light wear to the extremities, minor bowing, a few minor scuffs, else fine. A tight and presentable copy. Drafts and Fragments of Cantos CX-CXVII is the final installation of Pound's incomplete epic poem The Cantos, which was published over the course of half a century. Pound's most ambitious work, The Cantos tells of a journey that represents the poet's vision of the quest for personal and worldly enlightenment and pays homage to the world's great writers by reestablishing the poetic traditions of Homer and Dante. This edition of Drafts and Fragments was hand printed on watermarked Umbria paper at the Stone Wall Press in Iowa City.. Signed by Author. Limited. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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        Tell me how long the train's been gone

      New York: The Dial Press, 1968. First edition. Hardcover. Hardcover. First edition. A lovely copy of the fifth novel by James Baldwin. This copy was owned by author Kay Boyle whose ownership signature is on the front free endpaper. With a special inscription to Boyle on the title page: "For my very dear Kay / Boyle / A Witness / Love, Jimmy. " A fine book in a fine dust jacket with a slightly darkened jacket spine. A.

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        The Military Philosophers

      London: Heinemann,, 1968. A Novel. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine gilt on a black ground. With the dust jacket. Minute rubbing to the corners, but otherwise a fine copy in the jacket. First edition, first impression. Inscribed by Powell on the front free endpaper, "Andrew Myhilt[?] is confirmed in possession of this book, Anthony Powell, February 1970", and additionally signed by Powell on the title page, having crossed out his printed name. Quite scarce inscribed.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Robert Indiana

      Philadelphia: Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania,, 1968. Introduction by John W. McCoubrey. Square quarto. Original wrappers, titles to covers and spine in white on a black background. Illustrated throughout on Mohawk Superfine paper. Edges a little rubbed, small stain to back cover, internally bright and clean. First edition, first printing. Edition of 2500 copies. Inscribed in blue felt tip on the front free endpaper by Indiana "*Vinalhaven*, for, Elin, on her island, love, for sharing it, Bob, 12 VIII 69". Indiana has also drawn round his hand on the colophon page and inscribed "For, Elin, too, for, the sea, the sun, a season on her island, love, B In, 12 VIII 69". Indiana first visited Vinalhaven in 1969, a small island off the coast of Maine, North America. He rented a studio in a lodge each summer from his friend and photographer, Eliot Elisofon. When Eliot died in 1973, he bought the lodge from his estate for $10,000 and in 1978 moved to Vinalhaven permanently. Elin is the daughter of Eliot and was born in 1952. Published to coincide with an exhibition organized by the Institute of Contemporary Art of the University of Pennsylvania, April 17 - May 27, 1968; Marion Kooglar McNay Art Institute, San Antonio, Texas, July 1 - August 15; Herron Museum of Art, Indianapolis, September 1 - 29.

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      New York: Random House. (1968). First. Uncorrected proof. Tall spiral bound wrappers, leaves printed rectos only. Slight age-toning else fine. Scarce format. A collection of stories including the title story, which provided the original germ of the novel A Separate Peace. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Locations: Poems

      New York:: Norton,, 1968. . A Fine copy in a Fine unclipped dust jacket. This copy of Harrison's second poetry collection is Signed by Harrison. One of 1250 hardcover copies..

      [Bookseller: Gregor Rare Books]
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        The Magic Finger

      London: George Allen and Unwin Ltd.,, 1968. Octavo. Original pictorial boards, titles to spine and front cover in black. No dust jacket issued. Illustrated by William Pène du Bois. White boards a little mottled, but overall a bright copy. First UK edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        La Campagne Electorale Commence / Notre Lutte Continue

      [Paris: May, 1968]. Unique, hand-lettered poster calling on workers to boycott the 1968 General Elections, which the artist characterizes as a Gaullist plot to "Shatter the May Workers' Movement". The poster goes on to say, "...the factory workers are not fooled by the crumbs thrown them by the bosses, nor by the masquerade of the elections...the workers have experienced Democracy [...] free speech in the factory [...] they know that it's possible to create a national list of demands, they know that it's possible to unite under this list the entire population [...] the Electoral battle is not the people's struggle, it's the bourgeoisie's attempt to suffocate the voice of the people in the voting booth!" Unattributed to a specific hand, but signed at base "Mouvement de Soutien des Luttes du Peuple" [Movement in Support of the People's Struggle], a short-lived offshoot of the Marxist student organization Union des Jeunesses Communistes Marxistes-Léninistes, organized in May, 1968 by the leftist intellectual, philosopher and novelist Guy Lardreau. A remarkable survival. Original hand-lettered poster, ca 39" x 27". Lettered in red and black on white paper. Removed from a wall, with layers of paper and wheatpaste adhered to verso; overall wrinkling, a few closed tears, but overall in a remarkable state of preservation, with no losses or major flaws. Archivally hinged to acid-free backing, in gallery frame.

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        De Stijl 1917-1932 Complete reprint 2 vols

      Athenaeum, Amsterdam 1968 - 2 vols (complete) De Stijl 1917 - 1920 / De Stijl 1921 - 1932 - 636 + 666 pag - illustrated - a very good set - including a soft cover edition of: Index of De Stijl, plubished by Van Gennep Amsterdam in 1983 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        To Paint Is To Love Again Including Semblance of a Devoted Past

      New York: Grossman. 1968. First. First edition. Folio. Small dampstain at the bottom of the front board else fine in near very good dustwrapper with scattered light stains and general wear. Inscribed by Miller to his second wife June Mansfield: "For June from Henry. Note: Unfortunately the reproductions are not good -- weak and off color -- sorry!" A collection of Miller's painted art, along with the text of a previously published limited edition that comprises Miller's correspondence with longtime friend Emil Schnellock about art and painting. A great association. .

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        Robert Indiana, With Statements by the Artist and an Introduction by John W. McCoubrey

      Institute of Contemporary Art of the University of Pennsylvania; Falcon Press, Philadelphia 1968 - 63 pp., illus. (part col.), biblio.; 23 x 24 cm. Catalogue of an exhibition organized by the Institute of Contemporary Art of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia (April 17 to May 27, 1968) in collaboration with the Marion Koogler McNay Art Institute, San Antonio (July 1 to August 15, 1968) and the Herron Museum of Art, Indianapolis (September 1 to 29, 1968). The catalogue accompanying Pop artist Robert Indiana's first major museum retrospective, with his famous LOVE logo on the front cover. PRESENTATION COPY. Signed by the author, with a personalized inscription/inside front cover, dated 3.VI.68. Light shelfwear to wraps, minor soiling. Edition of 2500 copies. Collectible. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        14 chansons et 1 charade, 14 songs and 1 riddle, 14 chansons und 1 ratsel

      Editions Hansjorg Mayer, Stuttgart 1968 - coll. couv. sple. ill. coul. 12x16cm. 160gr. np. 3x48pp. avec deux intercalaires coul. texte français (Filliou) anglais (traduction Brecht) allemand (tradition Rot) 4° de couv ill. de trois bulles avec repro texte manuscrit coul des 3: Filliou et deux traducteurs "voici le printemps moi seul suis triste" (here is spring, der frühling is da.) très bon état fente minime au dos mais sans aucun manque exempl. 264/500

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        Aneignung und Politik. Gesammelte Reden und Aufsätze zur Geschichte der Philosophie. Herausgegeben von Hans Sauer.

      München, R.Piper & Co. Verlag, 1968.. 1. Auflage 517 (3) Seiten Gr.-8°, gebundene Ausgabe, Ledereinband. mit Folienumschlag, Schnitt minimal angestaubt, auf dem Vorsatz mit Widmung des Verfassers für seinen Verleger Klaus Piper, signiert in Basel am 15.3.(19)68, "Für Klaus Piper, der dies Buch wie meine anderen so vorzüglich betreut hat, ein Zeichen meines Dankes", mit Nachwort des Herausgebers. Karl Theodor Jaspers (* 23. Februar 1883 in Oldenburg; + 26. Februar 1969 in Basel) war ein deutscher Psychiater, der als Philosoph weit über Deutschland hinaus bekannt wurde. Er wurde 1967 Schweizer Staatsbürger. Jaspers gilt als herausragender Vertreter der Existenzphilosophie, die er vom Existentialismus Jean-Paul Sartres strikt unterschied. Er war zunächst Lehrer und anschließend lebenslanger Freund von Hannah Arendt, mit der ihn auch ein jahrzehntelanger Briefwechsel verband. Ursprünglich Mediziner hat Jaspers grundlegend zur wissenschaftlichen Entwicklung der Psychiatrie beigetragen. Sein philosophisches Werk wirkt insbesondere in den Bereichen der Religionsphilosophie, Geschichtsphilosophie und der Interkulturellen Philosophie. Mit seinen einführenden Schriften zur Philosophie hat er hohe Auflagen erreicht und ist so auch einem breiteren Publikum bekannt geworden. (Wikipedia) Bitte warten Sie nach Ihrer Bestellung unsere Vorausrechnung per E-Mail ab oder zahlen Sie per Paypal an

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        Signed Program for A Lincoln Evening

      The National Park Service, Washington, D.C. 1968 - Tall quarto. String-tied wrappers. (12)pp. Some faint stains, very good. Program for the re-opening of Ford's Theatre. Something of a gala event, this program has been Signed by all of the shows headliners on the same page: Helen Hayes, Henry Fonda, Fredric March, Robert Ryan, Odetta, Harry Belafonte, Andy Williams, Julie Harris, Patricia Brooks, Carmen de Lavallade, and Jean Thielemans. The page with the autographs was exposed to moisture at some time, and a couple of the autographs are slightly feathered, but mostly just about fine. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Please Plant This Book

      Privately printed, San Francisco & Santa Barbara 1968 - First Edition, First Printing with ALL 8 seed packets present. This book is complete with the 8 poems by Brautigan on one side of each seed packet and instructions for planting on the reverse. The seed packets are ALL ORIGINAL, UNOPENED and still contain the seeds from 1968. Copies of this book are scarce with ALL the seeds packet present as most copies are incomplete lacking a few of the seed packets. Overall, a lovely copy with minor wear to the covers. We buy Brautigan First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        R is for Rocket - SIGNED

      Rupert Hart-Davis, London, 1968, Hardcover, Book Condition: Near Fine, Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine, First English Edition., Signed By AuthorNear fine in an equally fine price clipped dust jacket. SIGNED by the author on the title page. From the library of noted author Larry Owens, Book

      [Bookseller: James Graham, Bookseller]
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        Charles Bukowski & Tom Russell Archive

      [1968-2011]. This collection of fifty items contains the correspondence between the two outsiders, as well as Bukowski ephemera, photographs, art and a recording. The center of this archive are the letters back and forth between the two, that Russell originally intended to be a published interview. These unpublished interviews contain classic Bukowski. Complete inventory available upon request. Tom Russell on meeting Charles Bukowski: ?"In 1966 or so I was hanging out in McCarthur Park in Los Angeles and ran into a journalist [Bob Garcia] who wrote for the underground newspaper "Open City." He told me of this wild, drunk writer they had who worked at the Post Office - Bukowski. He started to send me all the issues of the paper with Buk's column "Notes of a Dirty Old Man." I loved them. Kept them all. After the newspaper closed down nobody could find the originals and no one had all the copies….except me. Somehow Bukowski reached out to me, through a friend, and I sent him all the columns….which became a book published by City Lights…."Notes of a Dirty Old Man." Buk and I struck up a correspondence which lasted twenty years almost….he wrote me letters with little drawings on them and I interviewed him for a Norwegian newspaper: Beat. All the is included in the papers….and more. I later ran into him on Hollywood and Vine in 1975. He was buying a porno newspaper on the street. His girlfriend Linda was with him but he did not introduce her…I gave him my first LP "Ring of Bone." Ten minutes later he raced up to us in a VW bug, on the Hollywood Freeway, rolled down his window, and yelled, pointing at her…"This is Linda!" Evidently she'd given him hell for not introducing her….that's some of the story! Tom Russell 2013?"

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        Fleches: Derriere le Miroir Special Number 173

      Maeght, Paris 1968 - Loose as issued in lithograph wrappers, board chemise and slipcase. Wear along slipcase edges and joints, splitting at the corners. A few faint surface marks to chemise, occasional slight age toning internally, but otherwise unmarked. The special issue limited to 150 copies, this number 132 signed in pencil by Calder. 8 lithographs, 6 internally (2 double page) and the front and rear covers. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Art & Design; Inventory No: 043266. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        No One Writes to the Colonel and Other Stories

      New York: Harper and Row. (1968). First. First American edition. Fine in fine, first issue dustwrapper with virtually no rubbing. The Nobel Prize-winning author's first book published in the United States. Excessive rubbing seems endemic to this title -- this is a superior copy. The title story was the basis for a 1999 film starring Salma Hayek. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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      The Encino Press, 1968., 1968. First edition, first (suppressed) printing. 8vo. Cloth, titles on a paper label on spine, xviii, 177 pp., preface, introduction, bibliography. The quite elusive "skycrapers" edition, with the ripe harvest of typos throughout the text. Whaley 38 says, "Examples of errors: p. 56, line 2 - 'in in'; p. 105, paragraph 2, sixth line reads 'skycrapers' instead of 'skyscrapers'; p. 134, paragraph 2, sixth line is a repeat of third line." There are also other errors including line one of last paragraph of front flap which reads "head" instead of "heard." Except for review copies, copies sent to bookshops before the errors were discovered (chiefly to local bookshops), and a handful retained by the publisher to sell towards his retirement, the bulk of the edition was buried in a well behind the old Encino offices. It has been established that the totality of copies which eluded destruction, through one device or another, numbered somewhat less than 100. Those copies which were sent out as review copies are by far the least common. Fine in dust jacket.

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        IN A NARROW GRAVE: Essays on Texas.

      Encino Press,, Austin: 1968 - First edition, second issue with "skyscrapers" p.105:12 versus "skycrapers" in the first issue. Reportedly all but 15 of the first issue were destroyed, although we think a higher number, maybe 30 to 50 actually exist. Essays on Texas, mainly west Texas where the author grew up. We've always liked this first book of essays which starts with "Here's HUD in Your Eye." We think the author is a very good essayist and would like to see more. Fine in dust jacket with tiny chips on corners and bottom spine edge, spine just barely rubbed and a few faint creases, otherwise close to fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quill & Brush, member ABAA]
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        Fleches: Derriere le Miroir Special Number 173

      Paris: Maeght, 1968. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition. Loose as issued in lithograph wrappers, board chemise and slipcase. Wear along slipcase edges and joints, splitting at the corners. A few faint surface marks to chemise, occasional slight age toning internally, but otherwise unmarked. The special issue limited to 150 copies, this number 132 signed in pencil by Calder. 8 lithographs, 6 internally (2 double page) and the front and rear covers. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Art & Design; Inventory No: 043266.

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        Mon Cirque - M. Loyal, Ringmaster

      Paris: Fernand Mourlet,, 1968. Original colour lithograph on Arches paper. Light water stain to lower right, not affecting the image. Sheet size: 71.5 x 51 cm. Edition of 120. Signed in ball point pen by Buffet lower middle and numbered in pencil lower left.

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      [Norfolk]: New Directions, 1968.. Paper over boards, printed spine label. Fine in dust jacket. First edition. From a total edition of one hundred press numbered copies printed by Carolyn Hammer in Emerson type on Shogun paper and signed by the author, this is one of an unknown number of copies with the variant setting of the title-page and the limitation page (with one very minor difference) which Wilson denotes as the "deluxe edition," but with endsheets and binding identical to that appearing on the ordinary copies. This is copy #14 and bears the ownership signature of poet/printer/publisher Walter Hamady. All of the copies we have previously had with these variant settings have been numbered ten or lower. As the publisher asserted that there was no "deluxe edition," it would seem likely that the variations are a consequence only of stop-press alterations by the printer and were not intended as a mark of distinction between "editions." WILSON A16b.

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        Biggles and the Deep Blue Sea

      Brockhampton, 1968, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Fair, 1st Editionthe jacket is worn and marked. a few of the titles on the back have been ticked and there is also a small smudge. the top and bottom of the spine are slightly frayed. some creasing and a few other small tears. still presents reasonably well in cellophane. the book has a previous owner's neat signature and a small price crossed through in ink. the binding is excellent, square and tight. the top of the spine is knocked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Inventory No: 31ds.

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        Setting Free the Bears

      NY: Random House. (1968). The first book by the author of such bestsellers as The World According to Garp and A Prayer for Owen Meany, among others. Unlike his later books which, after Garp, sold literally hundreds of thousand of copies -- millions, if one includes the paperback sales -- this book sold slightly over 6000 copies in two printings. Very near fine in a very near fine dust jacket with some modest mottling to verso, a corner crease to the rear flap and a small price sticker over the original price on the front flap. First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Night of January 16th

      New York / Cleveland: World. (1968). First. First edition thus, the first hardcover edition and with a new introduction by the author. Originally published in 1936 only in a wrappered acting edition. Fine in a very near fine dustwrapper with light soiling and a 1/2" tear at the bottom of the front spine fold. Inscribed by the author: "To Margaret Steinberg -- cordially -- Ayn Rand. 11/18/68." .

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        Andy Warhol: Moderna Muséet Exhibition Catalog

      Stockholm: Moderna Muséet. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Very Good. FIRST EDITION, profusely illustrated with full-page black and white photographs. Warhol's Moderna Muséet catalog "is a fine example of the catalogue-as-artist's-book, a form that ostensibly began with the Dadaists and Surrealists, and is produced with some of the roughest reproductions ever seen, which are entirely appropriate, and supplemented by a long section of Factory snapshots by Billy Name. The genre was revitalized by the Pop movement, and Warhol in particular, which demonstrates his position as a latter-day Dadaist. The Moderna Museet publication especially had a great influence upon Japanese photography in the late 1960s and 1970s, particularly the photobooks of the Provoke era" (Parr and Badger, Vol II).Published by Moderna Muséet, Sweden, in 1968 as an exhibition catalogue for the show "Andy Warhol" at the Moderna Muséet in Stockholm, February - March, 1968.Stockholm: Moderna Muséet, 1968. Quarto (approx. 8.5 x 10.5 in.), original illustrated paper wrappers. Small piece of tape at top of spine; superficial split at center of glue binding (as often), everything holding. An outstanding copy of a fragile book that is extremely prone to wear.

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        2001, A Space Odyssey Based on the screenplay by Stanley Kubrick and Arthur C Clarke [From Clarke's story, The Sentinel]

      London, Hutchinson. 1968., 1968. FIRST UK EDITION, 8vo. Publisher's black cloth with titles in siver to spine; a hint of a lean, a touch of spotting to the top edge, Fine; in Fine and bright pictorial dustwrapper. SIGNED and dated "13 Nov 96" by the Author on a loosely inserted card. On the moon an enigma is uncovered. So great are the implications of the discovery that, for the first time, men are sent out deep into the solar system. But before they can reach their destination, things begin to go wrong. Horribly wrong. Basis for the critically acclaimed Stanley Kubrick movie, adapted from Clarke's story, 'The Sentinel'. Featured in The Times' NovelList 60 Greatest Books Poll [2009]

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