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        Crow: From the Life and Songs of the Crow

      New York: Harper & Row, 1971. Fine/Near Fine. First American edition, hardcover issue. Two tiny spot on rear board, else near fine in a near fine dustwrapper with a few glue spots on the inside of the jacket and "dupe" in wax pencil on the front. Inscribed to a noted American poet and with the poet's typescript introduction of Hughes for a poetry reading laid in.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Happy Birthday, Wanda June

      Delacorte Press 1971 - Publisher's black cloth binding with spine stamped in gilt and upper board with metallic red pitch fork design. First edition, first printing stated and with orange end papers, in dust jacket with publisher's price of $5.95 intact. Near Fine, with previous owner inkless emboss to front free end paper, pages lightly toned, else fine. In a Very Good dust jacket, with a bit of rubbing amateur color touch-ups made with black marker. A pretty scarce Vonnegut title in the correct first edition. While the book club edition states "first printing" as well, the end papers are white. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Crow Wakes.

      Woodford Green, Essex: printed by Alan Tarling for Poet & Printer,, 1971. Twelve Poems. Small octavo. Original vellum-backed patterned boards, titles to spine and front in black. Fine. First edition, first printing, signed and numbered by Hughes not once but twice, one of the scarce 100 copies retained by the poet. The title page verso is signed "No. 30 Ted Hughes" and the front free endpaper signed and numbered "Ted Hughes 18/88". The printer Alan Tarling informed the bibliographers Sagar and Tabor that "These poems were excluded for personal reasons from [Hughes's] Crow opus... There were 200, a hundred each going to poet and printer plus 30 review or academic copies. None of mine was signed and each cost £2.25, though I gave some to friends and relatives. All the 'academic' copies were gratis, and said as much in an extra colophon... I don't know how TH's copies were distributed or whether or not they were signed". Hughes had in fact numbered and signed all his copies on the title page verso from 1 to 100, but later apparently overlooked that he had done this and signed what were presumably his remaining copies from 1 to 88 on the front endpapers.

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        Crow Wakes. Twelve Poems.

      Woodford Green Poet & Printer 1971 - 'Two hundred copies of this book were printed and bound for April 1971, a hundred each going to poet and printer, by Alan Tarling at 44 Westview Drive, Woodford Green, Essex Uk where the imprint Poet & Printer is registered.' This is numbered 39 of 88 copies signed by the author ('Ted Hughes 39/88') on the front free endpaper. Publisher's decorative boards with quarter cream paper binding and lettering to spine and front board in black. pp. [1-6] 7-27 [28-32 blank]. Now in clear, archival protective sleeve. A book in Fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Survival Pending Revolution

      1971.] 1971 - Huey told me that The People are responsible for making Revolution. But while in the process of making the Revolution. Huey Says: ?We The People are threatened with genocide, because racism and fascism are rampant not only in our country but throughout the world? Original poster (51 x 34.8 cm)., two line drawn illustrations and text in black in a box with a black border, signed in the stone. N.p. [San Francisco/Oakland?], N.p. [Black Panther Party], N.d. [but circa An open-gun carrying 'conscious' black woman in Africocentric clothing and wearing a badge that reads ?I am arevolutionary? carries stuff tagged for the various ?people's free? programmes. The free bus stands in the background. Illustration first published in the BPP newspaper on March 21, 1971. A bit creased from a long time ago, crisp, white copy, verso with a small pen annotation and some numbers in pencil. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        An' When Yer Smashin' Th' State, Kids...Don't Fergit t' Keep a Smile on Yer Lips An' a Song in Yer Heart'

      Los Angeles: Peace Press, 1971. Ephemera. Very bold screen print poster produced by the unique California political collective and print shop, the Peace Press (1967 - 1987), which created materials for such anti-war groups as the Students for a Democratic Society, the Vietnam Day Committee, and the Resistance. Founded by the activist Jerry Palmer who put together a small press and included community members, teaching them the necessary printing and production skills; serving clients such as the Women's Strike for Peace, the Black Panthers, Chicano Moratorium, Free Angela Davis Committee, Teamsters United, Malcolm X Committee, and many more. Unsigned. Vibrant violet, yellow ochre & white, with the words in a bubble over the head of an angry looking man's head. 15 x 22 1/4". Very good condition.

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        Album Apollinaire : iconographie [Presentation copy for Sonia Delaunay]

      Réunie et commentée par Pierre-Marcel Adéma et Michel Décaudin. [Paris] : Gallimard, [1971]. First edition. Small octavo, limp full leather with gilt decorated and lettered spine, pictorial dust jacket; a presentation copy, the half title inscribed by the authors for the artist Sonia Delaunay 'A Madame Sonia Delaunay, en souvenir de simultaneisme, avec le sincère hommage des auteurs / M. Décaudin P. Marcel Adéma'; pp 315, [2], black and white photographic illustrations throughout; a fine association copy. This publication is essentially an extended pictorial essay documenting the life, work and immediate influences of the poet and art critic Guillaume Apollinaire. Apollinaire was a member of the artistic circle of Sonia and Robert Delaunay, and he coined the term Orphism to describe the use of pure abstraction pioneered by the two artists. Orphism aimed to express the ideals of Simultanism - the existence of an infinitude of interrelated states of being. This concept is fundamental to Sonia Delaunay's work, a fact which is alluded to by the authors in their dedication.

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        Oskar Kokoschka. Das druckgraphische Werk.

      Zustand: Gut bis Sehr Gut min. gebräunt, nur stellenweise gering wellig (Innen) Einband Außen hat geringe Gebrauchsspuren Ist gering bestoßen-berieben, sehr kleine, eher unscheinbare Verfärbungen im Pergament Schutzumschlag fehlt, oder es gibt keinen Ex.-Nr. 147 Blatt mit gesuchten Nummern beiliegend Ohne Schuber 1 x signierte Orig.-Radierung, Selbstbildnis, 1971 und 1 x signierte Orig.-Radierung (Gänsemagd). Dies ist wahrscheinlich Band 1 der Ausgabe Auf Anfrage kann ich sehr schnell Photos der signierten Bilder versenden

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        RECORDS

      Heavy Industry Publications, Hollywood, CA 1971 - np (72pp), 60 b&w illustrations. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. Edward Ruscha's fifteenth artist book "Records" is a charming photographic inventory of thirty vinyl phonograph records (and their album cover graphics) from the artist's personal collection circa 1971. A most handsome example of the first and only edition (entry B15 in Siri Engberg's "Edward Ruscha: Editions 1959-1999" which is also cited on pages 198-201 of The Hasselblad Center's "The Open Book", page 105 of "From Fair to Fine: 20th Century Photography Books That Matter", page 105 of "From Fair to Fine 2", and page 226 of "From Fair to Fine 3") limited to two thousand unnumbered copies that was issued without a glassine wrapper. A small blue adhesive label reading "Wittenborn Art Books / 1018 Madison Ave., New York 21" is affixed to the inside of the rear cover. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Arcana: Books on the Arts]
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        Der Auszug aus Ägypten. Was uns die Bibel erzählt.

      Taschenbuch Ausgabe von 1971, außen mit Gebrauchsspuren, sonst innen guter Zustand, Artikel stammt aus Nichtraucherhaushalt! CN2735

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Felix Mücke]
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        Icons of Cyprus

      Arcadia Press, London 1971 - Preface by His Beatitude Monsignor Makarios, President of the Republic of Cyprus. Copy 135 of a limited edition of 265 copies in a specially designed full-leather binding by Zaehnsdorf. Folio, 131 pp, extensively illustrated in color. Bound in red morocco with black onlay and gilt decoration, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Fine copy in the original cloth box, which is sound but shows moderate wear and soiling. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Endless Night

      Fontana/Collins, 1971. Paperback. Used; Acceptable. Paperback; English language; a fair reading copy. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. All international orders are sent airmail.

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        Another Roadside Attraction (signed 1st printing)

      Doubleday, New York 1971 - Doubleday. New York. 1971. 400 pages. 1st Edition, first printing. Stated First Edition. SIGNED by Tom Robbins directly to the half-title page; signature only. One of only 6,000 printings in the initial print run. Book is tight and clean. Binding and hinges are strong. Bright green endpapers. Quarterbound with green cloth binding over black cloth boards. Only minor rubbing at corner tips. Small faint scuff to rear panel cloth. Original DJ with $6.95 price intact on flap. Black DJ shows rubbing along the edges with slightly heavier rubbing at folds and crown. Always a difficult DJ to find crisp. Book is about Near Fine with a VG+ dj. A most desirable copy of this first edition, first printing signed by Tom Robbins. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Hexagano '71, Complete Set of 13 issues

      La Plata: (self-published), 1971-1973. Slightly musty odor, overall near fine in printed envelopes.. First Edition. A complete run of the thirteen issues of Hexagano '71, Antonio Edgardo Vigo's mail art sequel to Diagonal Cero. Each issue contains several contributions, including visual poetry, illustration, essays, telegrams, and calls for submission. While Vigo was the driving force behind Hexagano (terming himself the "editor irresponsible"), the overall content was drawn from a wide range of international contributors from Argentina, Latin America, Europe, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Though not overtly political, the restrictions and censorship imposed by Argentina's military junta provide an underlying force to Vigo's oblique strategies of artistic discussion and dissemination. Throughout, Hexagano subverted and challenged the assumed hierarchies of publication; Vigo eschewed pagination, colophons, editorial credits. Instead of numbered issues, he followed an eccentric lettering system, naming the issues a, ab*, ac, b*c, b*d, b*e, cd, ce, cf, de, df, dg and e. Following the final issue of Hexagano '71, published in 1974, Vigo would expand upon the global correspondent model with the publication of his next mail art journal, "The International Book".

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        [New York School ] Collected Poems of Frank O'Hara [First Issue]

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1971. First Printing. Hardcover. Fine/Fine-. First Edition (so stated), edited by Donald Allen, with Introduction by John Ashbery, in the suppressed first-issue dust jacket. Tall, thick 8vo: xxix,[1],586,[6]pp. Publisher's coarsely woven oatmeal-colored cloth, spine and upper cover lettered in gilt, decorative end papers, top edge stained pale lime-green, fore-edge untrimmed; pictorial jacket (featuring Larry Rivers's full frontal nude portrait of the poet with penis erect), with publisher's code 10/71 on rear flap. A superb production in Fine condition, tight, square, and unmarked; About Fine jacket (price-clipped), vivid and bright. From the dust jacket flap: "This collection bring together for the first time all of the poems that have so far been discovered-more than five hundred . . . " In fact, tales are told of O'Hara's friends finding his poems stuffed into sock drawers and of O'Hara writing some of his best-known poems in the middle of a party, on the Staten Island Ferry, during lunch breaks. "Such casualness regarding publication and composition became part of O'Hara's 'official' poetics in his mock-manifesto 'Personism,' in which he deduced, 'While I was writing [a poem] I was realizing that if I wanted to I could use the telephone instead of writing the poem.'" (The Literary Encyclopedia) It seems something of a minor miracle, then, that this important collection ever saw the light of day. Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        DUTCH DETAILS

      The Octopus Foundation & Sonsbeek 71, Deventer, THE NETHERLANDS 1971 - np (40pp), 116 b&w illustrations. Text in Dutch and English. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. "Dutch Details" is Ed Ruscha's innovatively-designed artist's book published in conjunction with the Sonsbeek 71 festival that documents sequentially-photographed walks across bridges over ten Dutch canals in Veendam, Stadskanaal, Musselkanaal and Ter Ape. Each view is reproduced across the recto of a single 4 ¼ x 30" page folded vertically in the middle. An internally bright, handsome example of the exceedingly uncommon 1971 first and only edition (entry B14 in Siri Engberg's "Edward Ruscha: Editions 1959-1999" which is also cited on pages 198-199 of The Hasselblad Center's "The Open Book") limited to an estimated three thousand unnumbered copies - virtually all of which were destroyed following the exhibition - showing typical mild age-toning along with some light wear and creasing, a tiny surface abrasion, and a few patches of mild foxing to its white covers. There is 2 ¼" long browned dampstain along the middle of the foredge of the front panel, and a white adhesive label reading "American Distributor: / Wittenborn and Company / 1018 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10021" is affixed to the title page. Still in all, this is a most presentable copy that is near-unique in that the edges of the folded pages are uncut and therefore not hinged with tape of what is with the exception of the legendarily scarce "Stains" portfolio, the most elusive of all of Ruscha's artist publications. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Gesammelte Werke in neunundzwanzig Bänden. - Band 1: Psychiatrische Studien./ Band 2: Experimentelle Untersuchungen./ Band 3: Psychogenese der Geisteskrankheiten./ Band 4: Freud und die Psychoanalyse./ Band 5: Symbole der Wandlung./ Band 6: Psychologische Typen./ Band 7: Zwei Schriften über Analytische Psychologie./ Band 8: Die Dynamik des Unbewussten./ Band 9/1: Die Archetypen und das kollektive Unbewusste./ Band 9/2: Aion: Beiträge zur Symbolik des Selbst./ Band 10: Zivilisation im Übergang./ Band 11: Zur Psychologie westlicher und östlicher Religion./ Band 12: Psychologie und Alchemie./ Band 13: Studien über alchemistische Vorstellungen./ Band 14/1,2,3: Mysterium Coniunctionis./ Band 15: Über das Phänomen des Geistes in Kunst und Wissenschaft./ Band 16: Praxis der Psychotherapie./ Band 17: Über die Entwicklung der Persönlichkeit./ Band 18/1,2: Das symbolische Leben. Verschiedene Schriften./ Band 19: Bibliographie./ Band 20: Gesamtregister./ Briefe 1: 1906-1945./ Briefe 2: 1946-1955./ Briefe 3: 1956-1961./ Supplementband Seminare: Kinderträume./ Supplementband Seminare: Traumanalyse.

      Olten/Freiburg im Breisgau, Walter.1971-87. 29 Bde. 23 x 16 cm. Farblich abweichende original Leineneinbände mit Rvg. Sehr gut erhalten, nur bei einem Band ist der Deckel leicht berieb. Innen teils mit Besitzvermerk, bei zwei Bänden mit wenige, dezente Bleistiftanstreichungen, ein Band Deckelgelenk angebrochen und bei einem anderen Band Buchschnitt mit größeren Kaffefleck, sonst fleckenfreie Exemplare. Carl Gustav Jung wurde als zweiter Sohn des reformierten Pfarrers Johann Paul Achilles Jung (1842–1896) und seiner Frau Emilie (1848–1923), Tochter des Basler Antistes Samuel Preiswerk, in Kesswil, Kanton Thurgau, geboren. Die Familie Jung stammte ursprünglich aus Mainz; der gleichnamige Grossvater Karl Gustav Jung (1794–1864) emigrierte 1822 nach Basel und wirkte dort bis 1864 als Professor für Medizin. Carl Gustav war sechs Monate alt, als sein Vater ins Pfarrhaus von Laufen nahe beim Rheinfall umzog. Vier Jahre später zog die Familie nach Kleinhüningen bei Basel. Als er neun Jahre alt war, wurde seine Schwester Johanna Gertrud («Trudi») geboren. Nach dem Tod seines Vaters am 28. Januar 1896 musste Jung als junger Student für den Unterhalt seiner Mutter und seiner Schwester sorgen. Ab 1895 studierte Jung Medizin an der Universität Basel. In dieser Zeit trat er dem Schweizerischen Zofingerverein bei. In seiner frühen Studienzeit beschäftigte er sich u. a. mit Spiritismus, einem Gebiet, das damals, wie seine Biografin Deirdre Bair 2005 schrieb, «als mit der Psychiatrie verwandt» angesehen wurde. Sein Interesse daran wurde zum einen durch zwei unerklärliche «Poltergeistphänomene» in seinem ersten Studiensemester geweckt: Ein plötzliches Zerreissen eines Tisches und sauberes Zerspringen eines Brotmessers habe er beobachtet. Jung besuchte von 1894 bis 1899 Séancen seiner Cousine Helly Preiswerk, die in Trance mediale Fähigkeiten zu haben schien, sowie zwei Jahre lang, von 1895 bis 1897, die wöchentlichen Séancen eines «Gläser- und Tischrücker-Kreises», der sich um ein fünfzehnjähriges «Medium» gebildet hatte. Seine Mitarbeiterin Marie-Louise von Franz äusserte dazu mit Bezugnahme auf Jungs Ausführungen über Die psychologischen Grundlagen des Geisterglaubens: «Diese Erfahrung veranlasste ihn, längere Zeit alle Geistererscheinungen überhaupt als autonome, aber prinzipiell persönlichkeitszugehörige ‹Teilseelen› anzusehen.» Jung spezialisierte sich auf Psychiatrie. Interesse an diesem Gebiet hatte er bereits aufgrund der Aufgaben seines Vaters Paul als Pastor und Konsulent Irrenanstalt Basel (vermutlich von 1886/87 bis zu seinem Lebensende am 28. Januar 1896). Ausschlaggebend für Jungs Entscheidung war die Lektüre von Krafft-Ebings Lehrbuchs der Psychiatrie für praktische Ärzte und Studierende, in dem Psychosen als «Krankheiten der Person» beschrieben werden, was für Jung «die beiden Ströme meines Interesses» als «gemeinsame[s] Feld der Erfahrung von biologischen und geistigen Tatsachen» verband. 1900 wurde Jung nach seinem Staatsexamen als Assistent von Eugen Bleuler in der Irrenheilanstalt Burghölzli in Zürich tätig. Während dieser Zeit entstand aus seinen Beobachtungen des Phänomens der gespaltenen Persönlichkeit, die er anhand von Protokollen spiritistischer Sitzungen gewonnen hatte, 1902 seine Dissertation Zur Psychologie und Pathologie sogenannter occulter Phänomene. Im Winter 1902/03 assistierte Jung bei Pierre Janet am Pariser Hôpital de la Salpêtrière. Seine Forschungen am Burghölzli über Gehirngewebeproben und seine Arbeit mit der damals populären Hypnose zur Heilung der Symptome psychischer Krankheiten befriedigten Jungs Suche nach dem Entstehen und der Natur von Geisteskrankheiten nicht. Erst die Fortführung der von Wilhelm Wundt entwickelten Assoziationsstudien zusammen mit seinem Kollegen Franz Beda Riklin führten Jung zu einer ersten Antwort. Die Ergebnisse seiner Assoziationsexperimente, verknüpft mit den Überlegungen von Pierre Janet in Paris und Théodore Flournoy in Genf, brachten Jung zur Annahme der von ihm so genannten «gefühlsbetonten Komplexe». Er sah darin die Bestätigung von Sigmund Freuds Theorie der Verdrängung, die ihm die einzig sinnvolle Erklärung für solche sich autonom verhaltende, aber dem Bewusstsein schwer zugängliche Gedankeneinheiten war.; Quelle Wikipedia. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Esoterik; Pädagogik; Psychoanalyse; Psychologie, Carl Gustav Jung; Mann; Sammelband, Anthology; Sammelwerke; Schweiz; Werkausgaben; Werke

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        Geology and mineral resources of northeastern Franklin County, Pennsylvania, ( Pennsylvania. Topographic and Geologic Survey Atlas 119ab)

      Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Dept of Environmental Resources, Bureau of Topographic and Geologic Survey, 1971. Paperback in Slipcase. Used; Good. Paperback in Slipcase; English language; 8vo - over 7.75" - 9.75" tall; ex-university library book with usual markings and complete with fold-out map and stratigraphic section chart in slipcase. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. All international orders are sent airmail.

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        An' When Yer Smashin' Th' State, Kids.Don't Fergit t' Keep a Smile on Yer Lips An' a Song in Yer Heart'

      Peace Press, Los Angeles 1971 - Very bold screen print poster produced by the unique California political collective and print shop, the Peace Press (1967 - 1987), which created materials for such anti-war groups as the Students for a Democratic Society, the Vietnam Day Committee, and the Resistance. Founded by the activist Jerry Palmer who put together a small press and included community members, teaching them the necessary printing and production skills; serving clients such as the Women's Strike for Peace, the Black Panthers, Chicano Moratorium, Free Angela Davis Committee, Teamsters United, Malcolm X Committee, and many more. Unsigned. Vibrant violet, yellow ochre & white, with the words in a bubble over the head of an angry looking man's head. 15 x 22 1/4". Very good condition.

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        A Long Undressing. Collected Poems: 1949-1969

      New York: Jargon Society, 1971. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. A near fine copy in original rust cloth decorated and lettered in gilt, lightly foxed at edges and pictorial dust jacket with a small tape mend on verso (JW's unfortunate habit) but is near fine otherwise.. Small quarto. 7.25 x 10.25 in. 193 pp. Jargon 55. Designed by Andrew Hoyem and the dust jacket reproduces a photograph by Imogen Cunningham, "The Poet and His Alter Ego." Broughton has inscribed this copy on the front free endpaper to the book's publisher, Jonathan Williams: "Dear Jonathan/ praise and thanks/ praise and thanks/ for this most beautiful of books/ James/ devoutedly. " A splendid and poignant association.

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        A FEW PALM TREES

      Heavy Industry Publications, Hollywood, CA 1971 - np (64pp), 14 b&w illustrations. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. "A Few Palm Trees" is Edward Ruscha's thirteenth photographically illustrated artist book - a charming black and white survey of fourteen palm trees inhabiting the City of Angels. An internally bright, most handsome example of the 1971 first and only edition (entry B13 in Siri Engberg's "Edward Ruscha: Editions 1959-1999" which is also cited on pages 198-201 of The Hasselblad Center's "The Open Book", page 104 of "From Fair to Fine 2", and page 224 of "From Fair to Fine 3") limited to three thousand, nine hundred copies issued without a glassine wrapper showing just a bit of wear and handling to its still-glossy black covers along with a mild soft crease along the spine. A white adhesive label reading "American Distributor: / Wittenborn and Company / 1018 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10021" is affixed to the title page. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Gesammelte Werke in neunundzwanzig Bänden. - Band 1: Psychiatrische Studien./ Band 2: Experimentelle Untersuchungen./ Band 3: Psychogenese der Geisteskrankheiten./ Band 4: Freud und die Psychoanalyse./ Band 5: Symbole der Wandlung./ Band 6: Psychologische Typen./ Band 7: Zwei Schriften über Analytische Psychologie./ Band 8: Die Dynamik des Unbewussten./ Band 9/1: Die Archetypen und das kollektive Unbewusste./ Band 9/2: Aion: Beiträge zur Symbolik des Selbst./ Band 10: Zivilisation im Übergang./ Band 11: Zur Psychologie westlicher und östlicher Religion./ Band 12: Psychologie und Alchemie./ Band 13: Studien über alchemistische Vorstellungen./ Band 14/1,2,3: Mysterium Coniunctionis./ Band 15: Über das Phänomen des Geistes in Kunst und Wissens

      Olten/Freiburg im Breisgau Walter-87 1971 - 29 Bde. 23 x 16 cm. Farblich abweichende original Leineneinbände mit Rvg. Sehr gut erhalten, nur bei einem Band ist der Deckel leicht berieb. Innen teils mit Besitzvermerk, bei zwei Bänden mit wenige, dezente Bleistiftanstreichungen, ein Band Deckelgelenk angebrochen und bei einem anderen Band Buchschnitt mit größeren Kaffefleck, sonst fleckenfreie Exemplare. Carl Gustav Jung wurde als zweiter Sohn des reformierten Pfarrers Johann Paul Achilles Jung (1842–1896) und seiner Frau Emilie (1848–1923), Tochter des Basler Antistes Samuel Preiswerk, in Kesswil, Kanton Thurgau, geboren. Die Familie Jung stammte ursprünglich aus Mainz; der gleichnamige Grossvater Karl Gustav Jung (1794–1864) emigrierte 1822 nach Basel und wirkte dort bis 1864 als Professor für Medizin. Carl Gustav war sechs Monate alt, als sein Vater ins Pfarrhaus von Laufen nahe beim Rheinfall umzog. Vier Jahre später zog die Familie nach Kleinhüningen bei Basel. Als er neun Jahre alt war, wurde seine Schwester Johanna Gertrud («Trudi») geboren. Nach dem Tod seines Vaters am 28. Januar 1896 musste Jung als junger Student für den Unterhalt seiner Mutter und seiner Schwester sorgen. Ab 1895 studierte Jung Medizin an der Universität Basel. In dieser Zeit trat er dem Schweizerischen Zofingerverein bei. In seiner frühen Studienzeit beschäftigte er sich u. a. mit Spiritismus, einem Gebiet, das damals, wie seine Biografin Deirdre Bair 2005 schrieb, «als mit der Psychiatrie verwandt» angesehen wurde. Sein Interesse daran wurde zum einen durch zwei unerklärliche «Poltergeistphänomene» in seinem ersten Studiensemester geweckt: Ein plötzliches Zerreissen eines Tisches und sauberes Zerspringen eines Brotmessers habe er beobachtet. Jung besuchte von 1894 bis 1899 Séancen seiner Cousine Helly Preiswerk, die in Trance mediale Fähigkeiten zu haben schien, sowie zwei Jahre lang, von 1895 bis 1897, die wöchentlichen Séancen eines «Gläser- und Tischrücker-Kreises», der sich um ein fünfzehnjähriges «Medium» gebildet hatte. Seine Mitarbeiterin Marie-Louise von Franz äusserte dazu mit Bezugnahme auf Jungs Ausführungen über Die psychologischen Grundlagen des Geisterglaubens: «Diese Erfahrung veranlasste ihn, längere Zeit alle Geistererscheinungen überhaupt als autonome, aber prinzipiell persönlichkeitszugehörige ‹Teilseelen› anzusehen.» Jung spezialisierte sich auf Psychiatrie. Interesse an diesem Gebiet hatte er bereits aufgrund der Aufgaben seines Vaters Paul als Pastor und Konsulent Irrenanstalt Basel (vermutlich von 1886/87 bis zu seinem Lebensende am 28. Januar 1896). Ausschlaggebend für Jungs Entscheidung war die Lektüre von Krafft-Ebings Lehrbuchs der Psychiatrie für praktische Ärzte und Studierende, in dem Psychosen als «Krankheiten der Person» beschrieben werden, was für Jung «die beiden Ströme meines Interesses» als «gemeinsame[s] Feld der Erfahrung von biologischen und geistigen Tatsachen» verband. 1900 wurde Jung nach seinem Staatsexamen als Assistent von Eugen Bleuler in der Irrenheilanstalt Burghölzli in Zürich tätig. Während dieser Zeit entstand aus seinen Beobachtungen des Phänomens der gespaltenen Persönlichkeit, die er anhand von Protokollen spiritistischer Sitzungen gewonnen hatte, 1902 seine Dissertation Zur Psychologie und Pathologie sogenannter occulter Phänomene. Im Winter 1902/03 assistierte Jung bei Pierre Janet am Pariser Hôpital de la Salpêtrière. Seine Forschungen am Burghölzli über Gehirngewebeproben und seine Arbeit mit der damals populären Hypnose zur Heilung der Symptome psychischer Krankheiten befriedigten Jungs Suche nach dem Entstehen und der Natur von Geisteskrankheiten nicht. Erst die Fortführung der von Wilhelm Wundt entwickelten Assoziationsstudien zusammen mit seinem Kollegen Franz Beda Riklin führten Jung zu einer ersten Antwort. Die Ergebnisse seiner Assoziationsexperimente, verknüpft mit den Überlegungen von Pierre Janet in Paris und Théodore Flournoy in Genf, brachten Jung zur Annahme der von ihm so genannten «gefühlsbetonten Komplexe». Er sah dari

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        De Grazia--The Irreverent Angel

      San Diego, CA: Frontier Heritage Press. Very Good. 1971. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Limited edition, numbered 60/100, and includes an original watercolor by DeGrazia. Original watercolor is signed by DeGrazia and also handwritten on the watercolor is "a midnight sketch 3AM winter of 1971." Watercolor is bound into book. Book is housed in an off-white slipcase. Brown cloth boards over black quarter cloth binding. Title gilt on spine with 60/100 in white ink on spine. Boards are in very good condition with light wear to spine. Text block is clean and binding is tight. This book includes many reproductions of DeGrazia's watercolors, and photographs of the artist and his other mediums of work. Image depicts original watercolor, please call for more images. ; Oblong 4to 11" - 13" tall; 191 pp; Signed by Artist .

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        Cela Va Sans Dire

      Psi, Paris 1971 - SATIÉ ALAIN Cela va sans dire Paris, Psi, 1971. Poème lettriste présenté sous forme d'une boîte à quatre tiroirs contenant chacun un texte d'Alain Satié illustré de bas-reliefs par Maurice Lemaître, Roland Sabatier, Alain Satié et Jacques Spacagna. Conception graphique Alain Satié. Tirage total de 35 exemplaires signés et justifiés par les artistes. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Sade Fourier Loyola

      - Seuil, Paris 1971, 14x20,5cm, broché. - Edizione per il quale non è stato redatto grandi carte, una copia del servizio stampa. autografo Firmato Roland Barthes nel suo caro amico dell'università Robert (Mauzi): "A dire ciò che si sa, il mio forte e leale affetto Roland .." Torna insolated come al solito. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale pour laquelle il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers, un des exemplaires du service de presse. Envoi autographe signé de Roland Barthes à son proche ami l'universitaire Robert (Mauzi) : "Pour vous dire ce que vous savez, ma solide et fidèle affection. Roland." Témoignage de la grande complicité des deux hommes, qui formèrent une bande inséparable avec Michel Foucault et Louis Lepage. Mauzi, éminent spécialiste du XVIIIe siècle, inspira profondément Barthes dans sa recherche structuraliste. L'envoi revêt un caractère très personnel ; une marque d'attachement renouvelée à un ami intime, qui était passionné de ses écrits et accompagnait leur création et publication de près. Dos insolé comme habituellement.

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        Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

      New York: Random House, 1971. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing. Very Good with light fading to boards at edges. Silver stamping to spine cloth is fresh and sharp. In a Very Good dust jacket with publisher's price intact, light rubbing, light light toning to top edge and light dimpling to the spine panel. A nice copy of the author's most well-known work.

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        A Dard Hunter Keepsake

      New Britain, CT: Massmann, Robert E., 1971. (6) pp., frenchfold. Limited to fifty copies printed at the Art Press and signed by Massmann. Sevaral keepsakes in one, this tribute to Hunter includes a eulogy and a reproduction of a letter from Harrison Elliot, both held in pockets on the inside covers. The main text is a description by Massmann about the contents of the Keepsake, and is bound in stiff wrappers with printed label depicting Hunter's Mountain House on the front cover. The paper for the cover is from the last lot made at Hunter's Lime Rock Mill. The eulogy, bound in red, was written and presented by Hugo Alpers for the Rowfant Club in 1967; the cover and endpapers of this small book are handmade by Hunter (1 by 2 1/4). The enclosed letter enclosed is a reproduction of one written by Harrison Elliot on paper which he made from one of Hunter's shirts (3 5/16 by 7 1/8, folded). A sample of the actual paper and of the shirt from which it was made are mounted into the main book as frontispiece. Entire ensemble housed in stiff paper sleeve with same printed label of The Mountain House on front cover. Fine. (2 1/2 by 1 13/16; 64x46mm).

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        SULLA GUERRA DI POPOLO QUINDICINALE A DISPENSE

      LE EDIZIONI DEL MAQUIS, MILANO 1971 - I CLASSICI DEL MARXISMO ITALIANO N. 12 del quindicinale di testi di ideologia marxista, frontespizio mancante, copertina morbida, illustrata, con fioritura, tracce di umidità ed usura ai bordi, pagine brunite attorno ai testi, con tracce di umidità e fioritura

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        Biker im Mongolenlook. 1971. Original Fotografie. Silbergelatine-Abzug von 1995. Bildformat: 12,6 x 19,0 cm. Rückseitig montiertes Schild mit den Daten zur Fotografie. - Minimaler Silberglanz, sonst von exzellenter Erhaltung. - Der Abzug wurde im Zusammenhang mit der Ausstellung "Dennis Stock: Made in USA erstellt. Photographies 1951 - 1971" im Historischen Museum der Pfalz in Speyer, 1995. - Siehe die ABBILDUNG.

      ***** Denns STOCK:Biker in popular "mongol look", USA 1971. Original photography silver gelatin print (1995) Size:12,6 x 19,0 cm. On verso mounted label with image description. - Minor silver mottling, else excellent. - Printed in the context of exhibition "Dennis Stock: Made in USA. Photographies 1951 - 1971" at Historisches Museum, Speyer, Germany, 1995.- Please note IMAGE. 6

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        Procès en Diffamation plaidé devant la conférence du stage. Pointe sèche originale de Salvador Dali. Six eaux-fortes originales de TIM.

      (Fontenay-aux-Roses), Pierre Belfond, 1971. Gilt lettered red cloth-covered box, 40 x 30,5 x 4 cms., containing an original numbered (XLIV/L) and SIGNED color dry-point etching by Salvador Dali + 5 (of 6) signed etchings by TIM (= Louis Mitelberg: 1919-2002), loose as issued in plain wrappers, together (58) pp. Artist's Book. One of 50 Roman numbered copies "hors commerce" (XLIV), reserved for the artists and collaborators. Blank protective wrappers very lightly stained, otherwise a fine copy. Dali, Salvador.

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        [Poster]: Abortion: A Woman's Right to Choose March & Rally

      San Francisco: Women's National Abortion Action Coalition, 1971. Near Fine. Poster. Measuring 11" x 17". Printed in black and yellow on thicker white paperstock. Two rubbed spots, modest scrape on verso only, very good or better. Around the border of the poster appear the words: "In San Francisco Women & Men Rain or Shine No Forced Sterilzation No Restrictive Contraceptive Laws." The organization WONAAC was founded in July 1971, this is for an early rally.

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        Grapefruit

      London: Sphere Books, 1971. First Sphere books edition of this early example of conceptual art. 12mo, original illustrated wrappers, as issued. Signed by both John Lennon and Yoko Ono on the front free endpaper. In near fine condition with some light rubbing and a crease to the rear panel. The Sphere edition integrates the subject matter of Ono's 1966 short film Bottoms. Rare and desirable signed by both Ono and Lennon. has become famous as an early example of conceptual art, containing a series of "event scores" that replace the physical work of art - the traditional stock-in-trade of artists - with instructions that an individual may, or may not, wish to enact. "Grapefruit is one of the monuments of conceptual art of the early 1960s, She has a lyrical, poetic dimension that sets her apart from the other conceptual artists. Her approach to art was only made acceptable when white men like Kosuth and Weiner came in and did virtually the same thing as Yoko, but made them respectable and collectible" (David Bourdon).

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        Two Essays on the Decretum of Gratian.

      Los Angeles: Plantin Press for Bernard Rosenthal and Zeitlin & Ver Brugge, 1971. Folio. 13pp. One of 193 copies printed for Bernard Rosenthal and Zeitlin & Ver Brugge at the Plantin Press, with an original leaf printed on vellum by Peter Schoeffer at Mainz in 1472. It is one of the few leaf books to feature a vellum leaf from an actual incunable. The leaf bears 9 two- to four-line initials, 4 of which are hand-rubricated, all others in blue. The layout of its recto is particularly brilliant, with two columns of text encompassed by justified supplementary commentary. Bound in quarter vellum and marbled paper boards. Very light and scant foxing to endpapers, else fine. Bookplate. (Chalmers 157, p. 90).

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        A Touch of Blossom: Spring 1971. SIGNED/PRISTINE COPY!.

      Amsterdam, Art & Project, 1971. Offset lithograph printed on paper, 29,7 x 42 cms., containing a b/w photo-illustration nearly covering the entire sheet recto, signed 'Gilbert and George' in red pen in the lower right. Bulletin 47. N.B. This is an unfolded and unaddressed copy, rare in this condition. Gilbert & George.

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        [New York School ] Collected Poems of Frank O'Hara [First Issue]

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1971. First Edition (so stated), edited by Donald Allen, with Introduction by John Ashbery, in the suppressed first-issue dust jacket. Tall, thick 8vo: xxix,[1],586,[6]pp. Publisher's coarsely woven oatmeal-colored cloth, spine and upper cover lettered in gilt, decorative end papers, top edge stained pale lime-green, fore-edge untrimmed; pictorial jacket (featuring Larry Rivers's full frontal nude portrait of the poet with penis erect), with publisher's code 10/71 on rear flap. A superb production in Fine condition, tight, square, and unmarked; About Fine jacket (price-clipped), vivid and bright. From the dust jacket flap: "This collection bring together for the first time all of the poems that have so far been discovered--more than five hundred . . . " In fact, tales are told of O'Hara's friends finding his poems stuffed into sock drawers and of O'Hara writing some of his best-known poems in the middle of a party, on the Staten Island Ferry, during lunch breaks. "Such casualness regarding publication and composition became part of O'Hara's 'official' poetics in his mock-manifesto 'Personism,' in which he deduced, 'While I was writing [a poem] I was realizing that if I wanted to I could use the telephone instead of writing the poem.'" (The Literary Encyclopedia) It seems something of a minor miracle, then, that this important collection ever saw the light of day. Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. Fine / Fine-.

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