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        Black History's Diversified Clientele: A Lecture at Howard University

      Department of History Howard University (Washington, D.C.): Department of History Howard University. 1971. First. First edition. Blue cloth boards gilt. Fine, issued without dustwrapper. A lecture delivered by Quarles while he was a professor at Morgan State. Laid in is a Howard University Department of History slip, apparently intended as a complimentary slip. Additionally this copy is Inscribed by the great African-American historian Rayford Logan to Cynthia Gray in the year of publication. Very scarce. .

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        The Paper Chase

      Houghton Mifflin Company Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 1971. First. First edition. Uncorrected Proof. Agent's label on the first leaf, a little spotting to the wrappers, corners a little worn, a very good copy, in custom cloth clamshell case with leather spine label. A novel about the quest for a Harvard Law degree. The basis for the movie and later the television series of the same name. Veteran stage director John Houseman became a "star" with his Oscar-winning portrayal of the imposing Professor Kingsfield, a role he reprised for television. .

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        Pale Gray for Guilt (First American Hardcover Edition, signed)

      J. B. Lippincott Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1971. First American edition in hardcover in a first issue jacket, with a code of 971 at the top right corner of the front flap, and a price of $5.50 at the bottom of same. INSCRIBED by the author on a generic bookplate tipped in at the title page. Bookplate of noted collector Duke Collier on the front flyleaf. Fine and unread in an about Fine, minutely rubbed dust jacket. As sharp a copy of this Lippincott series title as we have seen.

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        A few Palm Trees.

      17,8x13,5 cm. 32 Bl. Mit 14 s/w. Fotografien. Schwarzer Originalumschlag. Originalausgabe. - Folge von kalifornischen Palmen mit Standortangaben. - Einbandkanten schwach berieben.

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        6 signierte Original-Holzschnitte 1915-1917.

      35,3x30,6 cm. In Originalbroschurmappe. Eines von 100 numerierten Exemplaren. - Jeder Holzschnitt handschriftlich signiert, datiert und betitelt. Ausser einem alle ca. 17,5x12,2 cm. 1915: Selbstbildnis. - Vor dem Ballett. - Mme. de B. - Midinette. - 1917: Verräterin. - M. de Marville (14,5x14,5 cm).

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        THE CARPET PEOPLE

      Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe,. 1971. boards.. A fine copy in fine laminated price-clipped dust jacket. Uncommon in. such nice condition. (#141846). First edition. The U.S. issue with Dufour Editions' distributor label affixed to the title page. The author's first book. The carpet people battle the minions of Fray who live in the underlay.

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        Two Early Stories [The Wavering Disciple and A Study in Opal]

      Albondocani Press New York: Albondocani Press. 1971. First. First edition. Illustrations by Edward Gorey. Foreword by Miriam J. Benkovitz. Fine in self-wrappers with applied paper label. One of 26 lettered copies. .

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        Happy Birthday, Wanda June

      Delacorte (New York): Delacorte. (1971). First. First edition. Cloth rubbed at the bottom of the front gutter, thus very good in very good dustwrapper with a corresponding chip. Inscribed by the author on the half-title. Probably the author's least common book, a play. .

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        The Secret Birthday Message

      Thomas Y. Crowell New York: Thomas Y. Crowell. 1971. First. First edition. Thin quarto. Fine in very good dustwrapper with some tears and age-toning. Signed by the author, "June 1972 With love, Eric Carle," and below it he has drawn a cheerful sun. A nice copy of this children's book, with all of the die-cut pages undamaged and in fine condition. .

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        [Broadside]: Asia / 3 Weddings

      Bolinas, California: [Circa 1965 or 1971]. Broadside. Measuring 8.5" x 11". Art by Josie Grant. Single yellow sheet. Tiny bump to lower right corner, else fine. A flyer for a poetry reading - or performance - of "3 Weddings" by Diane di Prima and "Asia" by Alan Marlowe. Di Prima founded Poet's Press and The New York Poets Theatre with Marlowe who she was married to from 1962-1969. The night, which also included a slide show, was hosted by artist Arthur Okamora at his studio near Agate Beach in Bolinas, California. Rare. OCLC locates no other copies.

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        Ammazza l'uccellino: Letture scolastiche per i bambini della maggioranza silenziosa - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      Bompiani Milano: Bompiani. Very Good+. 1971. First Edition; First Printing; Signed by Author. Hardcover. First Edition/First Printing "Finito di stampare nel mese di ottobre 1973", Contursi A014. Covers slightly soiled, some spotting to bottom page edges, else Near Fine in pictorial paper-covered boards. Signed by the author Eco and inscribed to James Contursi, his bibliographer. From the personal library of James Contursi. An attractive association copy ; One of the few children's books from Umberto Eco's written under his pseudonym, Dedalus. In the original Italian language .

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        Krome, a further experience. Intended as a sequel to You Dress "Funny," an experience

      Joseph J. D'Ambrosio [No place]: (Joseph J. D'Ambrosio. 1971). First. First edition. 12mo. Silver foil boards. Illustrated with original silk-screens. Fine. D'Ambrosio's second book. One of 100 numbered copies Signed by the artist. "This volume of story-graphics was produced completely by hand, using a flat bed printing press and sundry silk screen techniques." Scarce. .

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        Untitled. Lithographie auf Bütten.

      45 x 63 cm, Minimal stockfleckig, Papier beschienen, ansonsten gutes Exemplar. Nr. 19 von 80 Exemplaren. Vom Künstler rechts unten signiert und datiert. Robert Motherwell (1915 -1991), US-amerikanischer Maler des Surrealismus und Abstrakten Expressionismus. Bekanntschaft mit den europäischen Exilkünstlern Fernand Léger und Piet Mondrian. 1942 Verbindungen zu Roberto Matta und Jackson Pollock.

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        Gedenkausgabe der Werke, Briefe und Gespräche (27 Bde.). 24 Bde. u. 3 Ergänzungsbände..

      8°, ca.20.000 S., einige Abb., OLdr. (dunkelbraunes Ziegenleder), Kopfgoldschnitt u Lesebändchen, Tadellos Die wichtigste und vollständigste Ausgabe, die es bis heute gibt. 24 Bde. «Werke, Briefe, Gespräche»; 1 Bd «Tagebücher»; 1 Bd. «Briefe aus dem Elternhaus». «1 Registerbd.» Unterschiedliche Auflage. [Die Bände liegen angenehm in der Hand und sind köstlich anzusehen!]

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        Skulptur - Installation. Strukturiertes Relief aus Sperrholz - matt weiss lackiert.

      51,6 cm x 38,2 cm, 12.2 cm (Tiefe), (Ecken min. bestossen. Ansonsten sehr gut erhalten.) Mit Bleistift signiert und bezeichnet: erb 1971, Paris, Titel (unleserlich). 1971.. Leo Erb wurde im Jahr 1923 in St. Ingbert geboren. Er begann sein Kunststudium im Jahr 1940 in Kaiserslautern unter der Leitung von Prof. Joseph Wack. Er setzte sein Studium 1946 an der Schule für Kunst und Handwerk, Saarbrücken, bei Prof. Dr. Boris Kleint (Ittensche Bauhauslehre) fort, wo er es 1947 auch beendete. Im Jahr 1947 fertigte Leo Erb seinen ersten linearen Papierschnitt. In den folgenden 2 Jahren baute er sein erstes eigenes Atelier in seiner Heimatstadt St. Ingbert. Leo Erb besuchte oft Ausstellungen in Paris, bevor er dort 1961 ein Atelier eröffnete und lebte. 1975 Rückkehr nach Deutschland. 1977 Teilnahme an der Dokumenta VI. 2008 erhielt er den Kunstpreis des Saarlandes. Sein künstlerisches Schaffen umfasst mehr als sechs Jahrzehnte und viele seiner Arbeiten sind in nationalen und internationalen Museen und Galerien ausgestellt. Leo Erb's gesamtes Werk wurde von zwei wichtigen Elementen bestimmt: Der Liebe zur Farbe Weiß und der Linie.

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        New York.

      4°, Kart-Kassette mit 10 losen, gefalzten Bögen (innen links ein Text, rechts ein eingeklebter, handkolorierter Siebdruck), Tadell. Die Kassette ist im Impressum mit E. A. bezeichnet. Die Siebdrucke vom Künstler signiert und ebenfalls mit e. a. (épreuve d'artiste) bezeichnet. Die Blätter zeigen wichtige Bauten u. klassische Ansichten der Stadt, eingebunden in die Phantasie (Ketten u. Reissverschlüsse) des Künstlers. Die Texte stammen aus der Schreibmaschine des «Werbetexters» Gerald Lechner. Beiliegend vier Orig-Tuschzeichnungen (je 2 kleine Klebspuren auf Rückseite) mit Land-Art-Projekten des Berner Künstlers u. Bildhauers (geb. 1927). Die Mappe wurde für die Ausstellung «Swiss Avant Garde», die 1971 in New York stattfand, geschaffen. Beteiligung an der Tell 73, an der Biennale di Venezia 1976. Markenzeichen des Künstlers ist seit den frühen 60iger Jahren die Scherenschnitt-typisierte menschliche Figur. Vor allem bekannt sind die 40 überlebensgrossen Figuren bei der Strafanstalt Witzwil.

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        Mappe mit 6 Orig.-Graphiken. Vor dem Ballett; Verräterin; Mme. de B.; Midinette; Mrs. de Marville; Selbstbildnis. Orig-Holzschnitte (in Interimsmappe).

      35 x 30 cm auf Maschinenbütten, Mappe mt Bändeli., Tadell. Alle Blätter vom Künstler signiert und betitelt. Die Holzstöcke aus dem Jahr 1915 sind 1971 nochmals in kleiner Auflage abgezogen worden. Christian Schad (1894 - 1982). 1913 Studium an der Kunstakademie in München. Seine Bilder und Holzschnitte sind vom Expressionismus geprägt. Während des Ersten Weltkriegs entzieht sich Schad dem Militärdienst durch Flucht nach Zürich. In Zürich findet er Anschluß an die Dada-Bewegung um Hugo Ball (1886-1927), Hans Arp und Tristan Tzara (1896-1963). Er ist zusammen mit dem Schriftsteller Walter Serner (1889-1942) Hg. der Kunstzeitschrift "Sirius". Erste eigene Ausstellung in Zürich. 1917 übersiedelt er nach Genf. Mit Hilfe von lichtempfindlichen Fotoplatten entwickelt er ein Verfahren zur Herstellung von Konturbildern. Diese Photogramme als künstlerisches Ausdrucksmittel gelten als eine der größten Innovationen der Kunst im 20. Jahrhundert. Tzara prägt für diese "Photographien ohne Kamera" den Begriff der Schadographien. 1920-1925 lebt Schad mit Serner in Rom und Neapel. Seine Bilder sind beeinflußt von der italienischen Malerei der Renaissance.1923 heiratet Schad, 1925 übersiedlung nach Wien. Ab 1925 wird Schad zusammen mit Otto Dix und George Grosz zum Hauptvertreter der Neuen Sachlichkeit. Seine in diesem Stil gemalten Bilder thematisieren das nächtliche Großstadtleben. In zahlreichen Porträts zeichnet Schad ein Bild des Lebensstils der "Goldenen Zwanziger". Er porträtiert Künstler, Intellektuelle und Aristokraten, mit denen er in Wien und Berlin verkehrt. 1928 Übersiedelung nach Berlin. Die meisten seiner für die Große Berliner Kunstausstellung 1930 eingereichten Werke werden abgelehnt. Nach der Machtübernahme der Nationalsozialisten zieht sich Schad zunehmend ins Privatleben zurück. Er führt nur noch private Porträtaufträge aus. 1936 "Fantastic Art, Dada, Surrealism" im Museum of Modern Art in New York zeigt seine frühen Holzschnitte und Schadographien.1942/43 Zerstörung seines Berliner Ateliers durch Bombenangriffe.1943 übersiedelt er nach Aschaffenburg. Im Auftrag der Stadt soll er eine Kopie der "Stuppacher Madonna" aus dem 16. Jahrhundert fertigen. 1950-1954 Entstehung der "Magischen Bilder".Ab 1960 erneute Beschäftigung mit Schadographien. Ab 1970 Ausstellungen in London, Paris und Berlin machen ihn einem breiteren Publikum bekannt.

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        A Comedy of... Called Andria. Translated into English by Richard Bernard with... illustrations by Albrecht Dürer.

      Verona: (Officina Bodoni), 1971.. Limited edition, no. 121 of 160 copies from a total edition of 170, folio, 122, (4) pp. 25 woodcuts by Dürer, Press prospectus loosely inserted. Original quarter vellum, some very mild marks to the joints, original glassine wrapper, slipcase with light rubbing, an excellent copy.

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        [Playscript]: Yellow Drum: A Musical Play Based on "The Grass Harp" by Truman Capote

      Kermit Bloomgarten New York: Kermit Bloomgarten. [1971]. First. Playscript. Mimeographed sheets screwbound in printed Studio Duplicating Service wrappers. A few tiny tears and bumps, near fine. Handnumbered "14" on the title page. Finally produced on Broadway as The Grass Harp, the play ran for only seven performances. Very scarce, presumably this was an early version with a working title. .

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        SKIZZEN AUS DER NEUEN WELT...ZEHN RADIERUNGEN AND EINE TITELRADIERUNG, DIE IM FRÜHJAHR 1971 IN DER STOUT STATE UNIVERSITY MENOMONIE/WISCONSIN IN DEN USA ENTSTANDEN

      Burgdorf / Hannover: Steintor Verlag 1971. Burgdorf / Hannover: Steintor Verlag, 1971.. Folio (43 x 42cm). Title leaf plus ten etchings, and tissue interleaves, laid into folding cloth portfolio, with original two color etched pictorial label. Fine. From a total edition of 110 impressions of each of the etchings, this is one of fifty sets for sale as a suite, with each etching signed and numbered by the artist. A sequence of surreal, and occasionally darkly satirical etchings stemming from Eggers's tenure as a visiting professor at Stout, including images titled "Miss Menomonie," "Mister Pecker of Menomonie," "Stout Jury," "Body Building Tonight," "What Means Pollution?" etc.

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        Happy Birthday, Wanda June

      The Wanda June Co. Hollywood: The Wanda June Co.. 1971. Vonnegut's screenplay for the 1971 film based on his stage play, which opened off-Broadway in 1970 and later made it to Broadway for a successful, although relatively short, run. This copy is identified on the front cover as a "Rehearsal Script" and dated March 25, 1971. Signed by Vonnegut on the front cover, with the added comment: "Genuine Relic." 8-1/2" x 11" sheets, printed on rectos only. Several pencilled corrections in text; claspbound in cardstock covers; faint coffee ring on rear cover; near fine. Rare. . First Edition.

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        Le lizard aux plumes d'or VI

      Paris, Mourlot, 1971Litografia originale a colori, mm.476x330 relativi alla sola parte incisa, tratta dalla cartella di Mir¢ "Le lézard aux plumes d'or"composta da una serie di 13 litografie illustranti poemetti chirografati dello stesso Mirò. La cartella fu stampata in 195 esemplari numerati (numerata la cartella ma non le litografie). Filigrana riproducente la firma di Mirò. Ottima conservaz.

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        PREGNANT WOMAN SHOOTING UP

      1971. Printed 1979. Clark, Larry. Original silver gelatin print, 12 5/8 x 8 3/8 inches. Tipped to mat with window over-mat. Fine. SIGNED by the photographer in pencil on the blank verso, dated 1971 and numbered 5/25. When Larry Clark reissued TULSA in 1979, he released a special edition of 25 signed copies of this seminal photograph.

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        THE FABULOUS RIVERBOAT

      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons,. [1971]. boards.. A fine copy in fine dust jacket. (#126799). First edition. Second book of the "Riverworld" series, sequel to TO YOUR SCATTERED BODIES GO (1971). Anatomy of Wonder (1987) 4-210. Survey of Science Fiction Literature IV, pp. 1809-16.

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        The Bluest Eye

      Holt New York: Holt. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Second printing (June 1971) of Morrison's first novel, SIGNED AND INSCRIBED by Morrison on the front free endpaper: "To Ann / from / Toni Morrison / Best always". New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1971. Octavo, original half-blue cloth, original dust jacket. Owner signature and date at top of front free endpaper. Book near-fine with a little fading to edges, dust jacket very good with light edgewear and line of soiling down front panel.

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        NIGHTSPAWN

      W.W.Norton NY: W.W.Norton, 1971. First US edition, first prnt. Signed by Banville on the title page. Faint beginning board edge toning, slight spinecocking; dustjacket with two tiny closed tears on the rear panel topedge, edgewear at the spine ends and bottom corner of front flap clipped (price is printed on the upper corner). Very Good+ condition in a Very Good+ dustjacket with a Durafold archival cover. Banville's second book. Signed by Author. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7�" - 9�" tall. The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

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        [Original art and related Archive]: Adassa and Her Hen

      Philadelphia: David McKay (1971). Archive of original and related material created for the 1971 children's book about a young black girl from Jamaica attempting to save her pet hen Coco from becoming coq au vin. Her efforts lead her unexpectedly to a meeting with the President of Jamaica. All material fine with the exception of a supplied copy of the finished book, good with moderate dampstains to the boards in very good original dustwrapper. Ursula Koering was a New Jersey artist who graduated from the Philadelphia College of Art and illustrated over 200 children's books including Trucks At Work (1946) by Mary Elting; Slappy Hooper: the Wonderful Sign Painter (1946) by Arna Bontemps and Jack Conroy; The First Book of Negroes (1952) by Langston Hughes; and The Long Year (1969), Ester Wier's follow-up to her Newbery Medal-winning book, The Loner (1963). A very nice archive illustrating the publication of a children's book from manuscript to preliminary mock-up to finished art work.Contains:1. The finished drawings for all the art in the book, each with mechanical overlays (where called for).2. A cut and pasted mock-up of the book with original, well-accomplished, preliminary drawings in the text.3. Two versions of the dust jacket art: one a finished drawing, the other a hand painted version.4. Small unpublished spot illustration of Adassa talking to two boys.5. A carbon copy of the manuscript (lacking the first page -- essentially three paragraphs) displaying minor changes in the text.6. Two letters (and a partial third letter) from the publisher to Koering spelling out the terms of payment and royalties for the art.7. Adassa and Her Hen, a supplied copy of the published book in dustwrapper.

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        [Manuscript]: Hart Cooper

      [1971]. Manuscript. Loose quarto sheets printed with black and blue mimeograph ink. 513pp, and 172pp., plus a two-page list of characters and two copies of an excised chapter. A bit of wear to the corner of the first dozen sheets, near fine. Hart Cooper is the unpublished "spiritual autobiography" written by Thackara, a Los Angeles-based author, in 1971, more than a decade before the publication of his first book in 1984, America's Children. According to the author, Hart Cooper was particularly important in "creating the trans-national mythology" later incorporated into his controversial 1999 novel, The Book of Kings, which is considered, depending on the reviewer, a masterpiece of Western literature or else one of the worst novels ever published. This copy of the manuscript comes from the library of Pulitzer Prize-winning writer, Peter Taylor, whom Thackara met while attending Harvard. Taylor became a mentor to Thackara and the two remained friends until Taylor's death in 1994. An influential unpublished first novel from this highly controversial writer.

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        Lay Down My Sword and Shield

      Crowell New York: Crowell. (1971). First. First edition. Fine in near fine dustwrapper with three short tears, two of them trifling, the third along the edge of the spine is a little rubbed. Author's third book, and the scarcest of his three early non-mystery titles. .

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        Dikter om ljus och mörker.

      Stockholm, A. Bonniers boktryckeri, 1971. 134,(1) s. Häftad och ouppskuren. Med dedikation till "Herbert Lindgren med stor beundran och ett varmt tack för ett i allo enastående omslag, tillgivnast Harry Martinson".. Bibliofilupplaga på bättre papper i 25 numrerade exemplar varav detta är nummer 8. Som framgår av dedikationen var det bokbindaren och formgivaren Herbert Lindgren som utformade bokens omslag

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        ANDRIA. Commedia. Nella traduzione di Niccolò Machiavelli, con venticinque illustrazioni di Albrecht Duerer.

      In-4, mz. pergam. edit., astuccio in tela, pp. 115,(3), illustrato da 25 xilografie (conservate nel Kunstmuseum di Basilea), disegnate da Duerer verso il 1492 su legni mai completati; ora i disegni sono stati riportati e incisi per la prima volta da Fritz Kredel per questa ediz. Segue uno studio di Giovanni Mardersteig, con alcune riproduz. sul giovane Duerer a Basilea e sulle ediz. illustrate del Terenzio di quel periodo. Cfr. Cat. Mardersteig,175. Tirat. di 160 esempl. numer. su carta a mano. Il ns., 88, è in ottimo stato.

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        Flore descriptive des Monts Nimba.

      I-VI. Illustrated. Paris, Éditions du Muséum, 1971-83. 8vo. 528,+ (1); 531-905; 911-1374; 1379-1586,+ (1); 1589-2051,+ (2); 2051-2181,+ (2) pp. Sewn as issued, Six volumes. Dedication to Erland Waldenström in part one to four. (Part 1-4: Mémoires du Muséum national d'histoire naturelle. Nouvelle Série. Série B, Botanique. Tome XX, XXII, XXIV, XXV.) Part five and six with title "Flore descriptive des Monts Nimba (Côte d'Ivorie, Guinée, Libéria)"

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        Camden's Britannia 1695

      South Devon House, Newton Abbot, Devon: David & Charles Reprints, 1971 With an introduction by Professor Stuart Piggott and bibliographical note by Gwyn Walters. A facsimile of the 1695 edition published by Edmund Gibson. In quarter modern speckled calf with red marbled boards. Internally, no inscriptions etc, half title, title page withing double ruled lines, (cxcv), 13, [1], [2], [33], [1], [1], 2-1116 pp, [1], [18] Annals, [24] index, [2] appendix, text block edges uncut, most pages uncut (unread!) Camden, historian and herald & Gibson, bishop of London. See ODNB.

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        Crow: From the Life and Songs of the Crow

      Harper & Row New York: Harper & Row. (1971). First. First American edition, hardcover issue. A modest stain on the foredge and the edge of the rear flap, else near fine in an about near fine dustwrapper with a few modest stains and some overall age-toning. Signed by the poet. .

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        AMERICANA

      Houghton Mifflin Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1971 First edition, first prnt. Signed and dated "Nov 30, 2008" by DeLillo on the title page. Additionally, a 3x5 card is laid-in on which DeLillo has written, "Okay - send it. One book, one time. D" Spine cloth just slightly rubbed; dustjacket with chipped spine ends and corners, a closed tear, minimal shelfwear and wrinkles and toning on the front flap fold. Very Good condition in a Very Good- dustjacket with an archival cover. DeLillo's first novel.Signed by Author with Note. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7�" - 9�" tall. The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

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        Tulsa

      Lustrum Press New York: Lustrum Press. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. FIRST HARDCOVER EDITION, SIGNED BY LARRY CLARK, fully illustrated with reproductions of Clark's raw photographs. "The initial shock of Tulsa was that it was photographed from inside the story, and this changed everything." -Andrew Roth, The Book of 101 PhotobooksClark's groundbreaking first book was originally issued as a paperback in 1971. New York: Lustrum Press, 1971 [i.e., 1979]. Quarto, original cloth, original dust jacket. Fine condition.

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        A SORT OF LIFE

      London: The Bodley Head, 1971 First edition, first prnt. Signed by Greene on the title page. Dustjacket with touched corners, minimal rubbing on spine folds and faint beginning toning on the flaps' topedges. Fine condition in a Very Good dustjacket with an archival cover.Signed by Author. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

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        Saulsaye: Églogue de la vie Solitaire

      Nouveau Cercle Parisien du Livre, Paris, 1971. First Edition. Hardcover (Original Cloth). Near Fine Condition. Illustrator: Jean Hugo. Number 144 of 180 signed by the artist, in a cloth chemise with slight browning to the spine, housed in a slightly soiled, matching slipcase. Lovely original color lithographs by Jean Hugo. Size: Quarto (4to). Illustrator: Jean Hugo. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Art & Design; Poetry. Inventory No: 040024. .

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        POWER POLITICS. Signed

      Toronto: House of Anansi Press, 1971 Atwood, Margaret. POWER POLITICS. Signed. Toronto: House of Anansi Press, 1971. First Edition of Margaret Atwood's fifth poetry collection, wonderfully Inscribed by her to close friend & confidant, Canadian poet Daryl Hine in the year of publication; "For Daryl / with love / Peggy Atwood, 1971". 8vo. 58 pp. Fine in the publisher's decorated wrappers. A superb association copy.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        The Objectivist, Volumes 1-10 Complete (with accompanying publications)

      New York: The Objectivist, 1971. This is a complete run of Ayn Rand's publication The Objectivist, volumes 1-10, January 1962 through September 1971 (when it ceased publication). This set consists two parts. --THE FIRST PART is a bound volume of The Objectivist Newsletter, Vols. 1-4, 1962-1965, second printing, 1971. This volume is in fine condition with light age toning to exterior text block. Interior pages are clean and unmarked. After Volume 4 the publication's format changed from newsletter style to magazine style and became simply "The Objectivist." --THE SECOND PART is a complete run of The Objectivist, volumes 5-10, in original softcover form in wraps. These are all in fine condition, clean and unmarked, except for an old rubber band mark on the front or back cover of 3 issues. *** Also included in this set are several publications in original wraps, corresponding in size and format to The Objectivist. These include: 1) "The Intellectual Bankruptcy of Our Age," by Ayn Rand. Lecture first delivered by Ayn Rand at the Ford Hall Forum, Boston, on March 26, 1961, and at Hunter College, University of North Carolina, Johns Hopkins University, Brooklyn College, and Brown University, on various dates in 1961-1962. Published by The Objectivist. 2) "Playboy's Interview with Ayn Rand," interview by Alvin Toffler, originally published in Playboy in March 1964 and reprinted by The Objectivist. 3) "Global Balkanization," by Ayn Rand, lecture delivered at The Ford Hall Forum, Boston, on April 10, 1977. Published by Palo Alto Book Service. 4) "Cultural Update," by Ayn Rand, lecture delivered at the Ford Hall Forum, Boston, on April 16, 1978. Published by Palo Alto Book Service. 5) "A Study Guide to the Ethics of Objectivism," by Leonard Peikoff, revised by Leonard Peikoff and David Kelley. Published by Palo Alto Book Service, 1977. Orange wraps. 6) The Objectivist Forum, Volume 1, No. 2, April 1980. Edited by Harry Binswanger and Leonard Peikoff. Published by TOF Publications, New York. This publication was a new series begun after Rand had discontinued her own. ~~ This complete set forms a valuable representation of Rand's philosophical theories--which included rational egoism, individual rights, and laissez-faire capitalism--set in the context of the time it was published. Each issue contains an article written by Rand. Frequent contributors include Leonard Peikoff and Nathaniel Branden, with other contributors as well, including two articles by Alan Greenspan, an early ardent supporter of Rand. Greenspan's article entitled "Gold and Economic Freedom," discusses the role of gold and the gold standard in a free society. In the last issue, Rand delivers her last essay, entitled "Brief Summary," in which she comments on her theory and its progress, and in which she makes her famous remark: "The monster is Immanuel Kant." Since then it has been argued that she misunderstood Kant. Rand ceased publication of The Objectivist in order to return to a more personal newsletter called "The Ayn Rand Letter." ~~ Each of the two parts in this set as I have described them can also be purchased separately. Please see my separate listings for each. All inquiries will be answered promptly.. Soft Cover. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Scrap: the New York Sunday supplement [subtitle varies], Nos. 1-8, December 9, 1960 through June 14, 1962. An exceptionally rare complete set

      FREE domestic and international shipping with direct order. **New York, [1971?]. A few illustrations in each issue. No. 1 is 4 pp. on off-white paper, 35.5 x 28.1 cm; nos. 2-8 are 8 pp. each on pale gray paper with page size 30.5 x 22.9 cm (folded in quarters from sheets about 61 x 46 cm). A spirited look at the New York art world during a period of extraordinary change. No. 2 has excerpts from a WBAI interview with the editors, "Scrap's First Tape" [a pun on Samuel Beckett's great monologue "Krapp's Last Tape"]. In no. 3 Paul Brach writes on Rauschenberg, and Jasper Johns reviews the printed version of Duchamp's The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even. Geist on Rothko fills most of no. 4. No. 8 features two reviews of Harold Rosenberg's Arshile Gorky: the Man, the Time, the Idea. Now, about this complete set: Scrap originally appeared on the cheapest newsprint, and the few copies available are usually browned, chipped, and very brittle. Some time after 1969, when Geist lent—not gave—a set to the Smithsonian for microfilming, he apparently decided to make a limited number of sets on better paper. MoMA has this version both bound and unbound and assigns it a date of 1971(?). That sounds plausible; I first encountered copies in 1974. A close comparison of both versions confirms that the much crisper second printing was made from original masters or negatives, not reproduced from the 1960-1962 newsprint copies. OCLC locates 15 full or partial sets, some of those in microform.

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        " MAN WITH GOLD MASK" [Original Lithograph]

      San Francisco: Collector's Press 1971. [San Francisco: Collector's Press, 1971].. Large folio (22.5 x 29.5 inches). Original color lithograph, highlighted with embossing and collage. Framed under glass. Fine. Impression #87 of one hundred copies, signed and numbered by Cuevos in the lower edge of the image. A compelling image in blue, green and black, of the upper torso of a human figure with the face concealed by a hinged gold foil mask that opens to reveal a face underneath. Published as an element in the portfolio, CUEVAS' COMEDIES, a collection of fourteen lithographs and screenprints produced under the supervision of the artist and master printer Ernesto F. de Soto. Born in Mexico City in 1934, Cuevas played a pivotal role in the transition from the traditional Mexican muralist style to a contemporary Mexican art that challenged preceding traditions. His work is represented internationally in museums and collections, and he is well known among collectors of illustrated books for his suite of illustrations for Kafka's METAMORPHOSIS, first published in THE WORLDS OF KAFKA AND CUEVAS in 1959, and then revisited as an illustrative accompaniment to the text in the 1984 LEC edition. Extra shipping charges if shipped in frame.

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        [Screenplay]: The Godfather: Screenplay by Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola

      New York: Paramount Pictures. 1971. Original screenplay. Third draft. Dated March 29, 1971 (the date principal photography began). 143pp. Unbound mimeographed sheets printed rectos only, with related material. A script used by the studio to prepare the television version, this is accompanied by 1) a four page mimeographed memo marked: "Master Copy -- Showing Actual Changes Made", apparently intended to make the film televisable, for instance: "21' - Caan balls wedding guest against bedroom door - pick up scene as Duvall knocks on door, Caan and girl are then in freeze position - continue scene (with girl's off camera 'Oh Sonny!' but WITHOUT the orgasmic moans and sighs) after Caan says he will join Duvall in a minute. (Recommended cuts will be made) (Also after cuts made 'Oh Sonny' didn't make sense and Coppola agreed to cut)." Also: "31' - greatest piece of ass I've ever had. (Cut 'ass' only) (Changed to 'greatest piece of stuff')." Also with 2) Single photocopied sheet printed recto only of Coppola's introduction to the film indicating, in part: "I was pleased to have the opportunity to personally supervise the revisions, working with NBC so that this film could be viewed on television." Slight age-toning and light wear at the extremities, paperclips on the pages where changes have been made with pencil notes, else a near fine copy. The bestselling novel was made into one of the most acclaimed blockbuster films, directed by Francis Ford Coppola and featuring Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan, Robert Duvall, and many others. The Godfather was first nationally broadcast on NBC in November, 1974, a month before the theatrical debut of the equally acclaimed The Godfather: Part II. In 1977 a more elaborate, chronological portrayal of the Corleone epic (combining this film, its sequel, and numerous cut scenes) was edited and televised as The Godfather Saga (reportedly in order to raise funds for Coppola's Apocalypse Now). .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Igud Yotsei Sin

      NP Israel: NP , n/d. vg. Oblong quarto. Bolted blue faux-leather with inlaid b/w reproduction of a photograph of the exterior of the synagogue. Inside of front and back board lined in silk-moire. This unique album was presented to Mr. & Mrs. Harry Burston on occasion of their visit to Israel on October 1971. Printed presentation plates in English and Hebrew on title-page. Verso of title-page with 39 original signatures of guests who attended the reception at the synagogue on Nov. 1, 1971. Album contains 14 original (4 1/4" x 6 1/2") glossy b/w photographs inserted on card stock. Each photo protected by tissue guard. One photo shows the exterior, the rest is of the interior of the Synagogue and Cultural Center in Tel-Aviv. Photographs with captions in English and Hebrew. "In Eternal Memory: This building was built in Memory of the Jewish Communities in China by Igud Yotzei Sin in Israel. The construction of the building was possible thanks to the Administrator General and Official receiver of the State of Israel, who handed over the proceeds received from the sale of the Synagogue in Shanghai and through the generous donations from the former residents of China in Israel and all over the world. The building was set thanks to the great devotion extended by the President of the Building Committee, Mr. M. A. Zaigraeff. The inauguration of the skeleton of the building took place on the 20th August 1959. The inauguration of the opening of the building took place on 6th September 1961. Architects & Building plans: Mr. G. Rabinovitch, Mr. A. Kahane, Aron Kodesh." In 1951 a group of Jewish leaders from several communities of former China residents in Israel founded "Igud Olei Sin", which was later changed to "Igud Yotsei Sin." Small sticker of S. Sanzetti Photo Studio on inside of rear board. Minor age toning on title-page and on margin of card stock. Near fine condition. Unique copy.

      [Bookseller: Eric Chaim Kline - Bookseller ]
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