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        Encuentros [Texto impreso] =] Rencontres = Meetings = Treffen = Incontri : [Exposición] Pamplona, 26 VI-3 VII / organización, Alea dirección, Luis de Pablo y J.L. Alexanco. Los Encuentros de Pamplona 1972 Contribución del Grupo Alea y la Familia Huarte a un acontecimiento

      1 volumen (sin paginar, [101] hojas plegadas) : ilustraciones, fotografías 28 x 21 cm. Softcover/Paperback, Rücken bräunlich und mit Blessuren, sonst Exemplar in gutem Erhaltungszustand Die Pamplona Treffen (26. Juni - 3. Juli 1972) waren der Wendepunkt in der nationalen künstlerischen Entwicklung in den letzten Jahren der Franco neben den Hinweis auf die symbolische Ende von Schritt Domain informalist Malerei und Abstraktion, davon ausgegangen, und von der offiziellen Kulturpolitik eingesetzt.Artists in attendance in Pamplona Participating artists (list created from reviews appeared in the press): Juan José Aquerreta, Arri, Balerdi, Isabel Baquedano, Néstor Basterrechea, Bonifacio, Ramón Carrera, Eduardo Chillida, Gonzalo Chillida, Luis García Núñez (Lugán), Agustín Ibarrola, Iñurrieta, Mari Paz Jiménez, Vicente Larrea, Remigio Mendiburu, Mieg, Mirantes, Javier Morrás, Ortiz de Elguea, Pedro Osés, Joaquín Resano, Mariano Royo, Rafael Ruiz Balerdi, Pedro Salaverri, Sistiaga, Zumeta. // Other artists: Javier Aguirre, Carlos Alcolea, José Luis Alexanco, Shusaku Arakawa, Jordi Benito, Nacho Criado, Equipo Crónica, Esther Ferrer, Xavier Franquesa, Joan Gardy Artigas, Madelaine Gins, Llimós, Antoni Muntadas, Fernández Muro, Dennis Oppenheim, Martial Raysse, Salvador Saura, Francesc Torres, Isidoro Valcárcel Medina. // Poets: Alain Arias Misson, Carlos Ginzburg, Jorge Glusberg, Ignacio Gómez de Liaño, Lily Greenham, Kriwet, Fernando Huici, Javier Ruiz. // Architects: José Miguel de Prada Poole. // Dance and theatre artists: Laura Dean and her company, Merce Cunningham (as a spectator), Ludwig Flaszen, Kathakali from Kerala. // Musicians: Agúndez, José and Jesús Artza, J. S. Breton, Silvano Bussotti, John Cage, Luis de Pablo, Diego del Gastor, Luc Ferrari, Grocco, Juan Hidalgo, Hornung, Kathakali from Kerala, Hoseyn Malek, Tomás Marco, Walter Marchetti, Carmelo Llorente (Pamplona Choral Society), Eduardo Polonio, Steve Reich, Josef Anton Riedl, Tran van Khe, David Tudor, Horacio Vaggione. // Spectators: Juan Antonio Aguirre, Castilla del Pino, Luis Gordillo, Armando Montesinos, Simón Marchán, Tomás Llorens. Kunst 3 +++++ 20 Jahre Antiquariat Christmann in Wiesbaden +++++

      [Bookseller: Wiesbadener Antiquariat Christmann]
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        Encyklopädie der technischen Chemie (Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry), 4. Aufl., 25 Bände, Halbleder-Ausgabe.

      Weinheim/Bergstr., Verlag Chemie, 1972 - 1984. Einschlägige Enzyklopädie zur technischen Chemie sowie zur Chemie als Wissenschaftsdisziplin einschließlich der Materialwissenschaften, der Biotechnologie und der Umwelttechnik. Im Gesamtumfang von ca. 19.000 Seiten. Mit zahlreichen Abbildungen, Graphiken und Tabellen. Traditionsreiches Werk, das den Forschungs- und Entwicklungsstand des Faches in seiner Zeit umfassend widerspiegelt. Vom Kaiserreich bis zum Ende der Weimarer Republik hatte die deutsche Chemie sowohl von den industriellen Standards her als auch auf wissenschaftlichem Sektor eine weltweit führende Stellung inne. Von der Jahrhundertwende bis zum Ende der Weimarer Republik wurde der Chemie-Nobelpreis allein fünfzehnmal an deutsche Chemiker vergeben, unter ihnen Fritz Haber (1918) und Walther Hermann Nernst (1920). Nach den Verwerfungen des Dritten Reiches, das auch die Naturwissenschaften ideologisch zu durchdringen versuchte ("deutsche Chemie"), konnte diese Tradition wiederaufgenommen werden mit dem Ergebnis, daß die deutsche Chemieindustrie bis heute ihren hohen Leistungsstandard im Weltmaßstab bewahren konnte. Die 4. Auflage ist die letzte in deutscher Sprache die Folgeauflagen erschienen englischsprachig. Die Ausgabe gliedert sich in einen einleitenden allgemeinen Teil über die Grundlagen und Methoden der chemischen Verfahrenstechnik und Prozesstechnologie (Bände 1 bis 6) sowie einen lexikalischen Teil A bis Z (Bände 7 bis 24). Der zur Erschließung des Gesamtwerkes erforderliche abschließende Registerband (Band 25) wurde zweisprachig in Deutsch und Englisch verfaßt. Gliederung: Band 1: Allgemeine Grundlagen der Verfahrens-und Reaktionstechnik. Band 2: Verfahrenstechnik I (Grundoperationen). Band 3: Verfahrenstechnik II (Reaktionsapparate). Band 4: Verfahrensentwicklung Dokumentation. Band 5: Analysen- und Messverfahren. Band 6: Umweltschutz und Arbeitssicherheit. Band 7: Acaricide bis Antihistaminica. Band 8: Antimon bis Brot. Band 9: Butadien bis Cytostatica. Band 10: Dentalchemie bis Erdölverarbeitung. Band 11: Erdöl und Erdgas bis Formazanfarbstoffe. Band 12: Fungizide bis Holzwerkstoffe. Band 13: Hormone bis Keramik. Band 14: Keramische Farben bis Kork. Band 15: Korrosion bis Lacke. Band 16: Lagerwerkstoffe bis Milch. Band 17: Milchsäure bis Petrolkoks. Band 18: Petrosulfonate bis Plutonium. Band 19: Polyacryl bis Quecksilber. Band 20: Radionuklide bis Schutzgase. Band 21: Schwefel bis Sprengstoffe. Band 22: Stähle bis Textilfärberei. Band 23: Textilhilfsmittel bis Vulkanfiber. Band 24: Wachse bis Zündhölzer. Band 25: Autoren- und Sachregister. Buchrücken partiell mit geringfügigen Spuren entfernter kleiner (privater) Etiketten. Sonst sehr gutes, augenscheinlich kaum benutztes Exemplar Seiten frisch und fleckenfrei sowie frei von Stempeln. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (bitte Art.-Nr. auf der Angebotsseite in das Suchfeld eingeben).

      [Bookseller: Anton-Heinrich]
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        Diane Arbus: An Aperture Monograph (First Edition)

      New York: Aperture, 1972. First Edition. First Edition, first issue with "Two Girls in Identical Raincoats." Published in conjunction with a posthumous exhibition of the photographer's work at the Museum of Modern Art which helped establish her deserving reputation.Very Good plus in a Very Good plus dust jacket. Light foxing to the boards, endpapers, and first few leaves. Jacket has a few short closed tears on the front panel, and light rubbing overall.Roth 101, pp. 214-215. Parr and Badger Vol. 1, pp. 258-259.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc. ]
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        Bellotto - Bernardo Bellotto

      Elek Paul, 1972. cm 25x28 pag. 840 ill. 37 tav col, 862 b/n ottimo esemplare. 2 volumi in cofanetto. Volume I: testo, pp 309 di t., 5 tavole a colori di cui 4 a doppia pagina,. 188 ill in b/n, albero genealogico della famiglia, bibliografia, indice; volume II: Catalogo, pp 531 di t., catalogo illustrato delle opere certe e di quelle attribuite, 28 tav a colori e 674 in b/n Inglese

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        The Novels of I. Compton-Burnet.

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd.,, London 1972 - In 19 vols. [Contents as follows] Vol.I: Pastors and Masters. / Vol.II: Brothers and Sisters. / Vol.III: Men and Wives. / Vol.IV: More Women than Men. / Vol.V: A House and its Head. / Vol.VI: Daughters and Sons. / Vol.VII: A Family and a Fortune. / Vol.VIII: Parents and Children. / Vol.IX: Elders and Betters. / Vol.X: Manservant and Maidservant. / Vol.XI: Two Worlds and their Ways. / Vol.XII: Darkness nad Day. / Vol.XIII: The Present and the Past. / Vol.XIV: Mother and Son. / Vol.XV: A Father and his Fate. / Vol.XVI: A Heritage and its History. / Vol.XVII: The Mighty and their Fall. / Vol.XVIII: A God and His Gifts. / Vol.XIX: The Last and the First. Limited and numbered edition of 500 copies, No.243. Preserved in 4 slipcases (sl.stained & rubbed). d.w. Red cloth. Top edge red. d.w. sl.stained of some vols. [Vol.I]: Front flap sl.clipping. [Vol.XV]: Sl.spotted on margin of title page to P.15. Otherwise fine condition. 22x14.5cm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ogawa Tosho,Ltd. ABAJ, ILAB]
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        Le miroir de l'homme par les bêtes *

      Maeght, Paris 17.11.1972. - En feuilles 47 x 35, couverture rempliée d'un collage traversant constitué de trois découpes de papiers métallisés couleur, étui-boîte de pleine toile, titrée en blanc & argenté au dos. 3 eaux-fortes et aquatintes originales couleur et 1 gravure au carborandom avec variante de tirage inversé, soit 5 planches gravées de Joan Miro. Exemplaire truffé d'un double manuscrit de ce beau livre présentant divers duels; celui d'extraits poétiques en fac-similé autographe imprimé sur des pages métallisées faisant face au poème typographique imprimé sur papier bristol, celui des gravures en couleur tirée en noir sur blanc puis négativement, celui d'un texte derrière lequel se profile le fantôme de Jérôme Bosch à qui ce livre rend hommage et jusque dans la personnalisation de cet exemplaire dédicacé par le poète à des amis, en souvenir d'une rencontre près de dix ans avant la sortie de ce livre, qu'il n'a pas perdu de vue durant cette période, l'ouvrage lui-même étant dédié à Pierre Desvignes.Le manuscrit à base du fac-similé en est quasi le strict reflet, toujours en duo comme en miroir des 7 pages métallisées (indiquées en tête en rouge) où y figurent ses 88 vers, calligraphié sur beau Arches cuve calibré au format du livre tandis que le second texte autographe, typographié dans le livre, court en 128 lignes sur 8 pages quadrillées 27 x 21, avec quelques repentirs ou différences avec le texte imprimé, le tout agrafé, dûment titré, signé et daté entre Bruxelles et Paris (ultime duel) de fin 1963 à fin 1964.Touchant et éblouissant ensemble.[Cramer 159] Édition fort originale. L'un des 25 exemplaires numérotés sur bristol, signé par les auteurs.

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        Originale Robert Häuser Ansichtskarte

      Eigene Ansichtskarte, - Originale Robert Häuser Ansichtskarte, Originale Unterschrift von Robert Häuser, Abb. der Ansichtskarte `das Boot` 1972, Robert Häuser gilt als ein Klassiker der modernen Fotografie. Er gehört zu den wenigen internationalen anerkannten deutschen Fotografen der Nachkriegszeit, die eine unverwechselbare Handschrift entwickelt haben, Ansichtskarte altersentsprechend berieben, Ecken leicht bestoßen sowie leichte Knicke vorhanden, auf der Briefmarke befindet sich die Abb. `` 1000 Jahre Domplatz zu Halberstadt``, Maße ca. 14,5 x 10,5 cm Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Thore Riewe die Wühlmaus]
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        Watteau. Critiques - Planches - Catalogue - Tables.

      Editions Artistiques Athéna, Madrid 1972 - 1250pp. casi todas ilustradas. El segundo volumen todo son láminas sueltas , elegantemente guardadas en una caja con el mismo formato de libro que los otros tres volúmenes. Muy cuidada edición de solo 2000 ejemplares. Muy buena encuadernación en buena tela . =Catálogo razonado de toda la obra del célebre pintor. Size: 4 Vols. De34 x 25 Cm. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BALAGUÉ LLIBRERÍA ANTIQUÀRIA]
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        The Red Pony (Original screenplay for the 1973 TV movie)

      Los Angeles: Omnibus Productions Inc, 1972. Revised Final Shooting Script for the 1973 TV movie. Numerical notation in holograph ink on the title page. Based on the 1937 novella by John Steinbeck, filmed once before by Lewis Milestone in 1949. Winner of two Primetime Emmy awards and nominated for seven more. Shot on location in Sonora, California. Black titled wrappers. Title page present, dated August 7, 1972, noted as FINAL SHOOTING SCRIPT, with credits for screenwriter Totten and novelist Steinbeck. 158 leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 148. Mimeograph, with five blue revision pages dated 8/10/72. Pages and wrapper Near Fine, bound with two gold brads.

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        THE NORTH

      London: Enitharmon Press, 1972. First Edition. wraps. Fine. Avigdor Arikha. Folio (11-3/4" x 15") in wraps, loosely housed as issued in a paper folder, cloth chemise, and slipcase. Text printed by Will and Sebastian Carter on paper made by J. Barcham Green. Of a total of 137 numbered copies illustrated with 3 original etchings by Avigdor Arikha, each signed in pencil by the artist, this is copy #121 and is one of only 12 "Ad personam" copies. Rather than being signed on the colophon page as with the regular copies, this is INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the front of the folder: "for Herbert Myron/from his friend/Sam. Beckett/Paris May/1973." The text of THE NORTH comprises the penultimate paragraph of THE LOST ONES with minor variants from the full edition in English. Herbert Myron, a professor of French at Boston University, was a friend who had a lengthy correspondence with Beckett. Myron introduced Beckett to Lawrence Harvey who wrote SAMUEL BECKETT: POET AND CRITIC, focusing on Beckett's least known writings.

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        The Water-Method Man

      NY: Random House. (1972). The uncorrected proof copy of Irving's second book. Spine slightly faded, with a short thin "skid mark" on the rear cover; near fine in wrappers. A very uncommon proof, preceding his breakthrough novel, The World According to Garp, by six years, and dating from a period when proofs were not commonly collected, so few will likely have survived. This is the earliest John Irving proof we've seen. First Edition. Softcover. Near Fine.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        A Theory of Justice

      Cambridge: The Belknap Press of Harvard University, 1972. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, second printing. xv, 607 pp. Purple cloth with green lettering. Near Fine in Very Good+ unclipped dust jacket ($15.00). A bit of toning to paste down. Small closed tear to fore edge, wear along edges, faint sunning to spine panel The original American cloth issue of this influential work was printed in small numbers and early printings are uncommon.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Extensions Out: The Immeasurable Equation, Vol. II (First Edition, signed by Sun Ra)

      Chicago: Ihnfinity, Inc. / Saturn Research, 1972. First Edition. First Edition. SIGNED by Sun Ra on the front wrapper. A followup volume to Sun Ra's first book of poetry, "The Immeasurable Equation," also issued by the publisher in 1972. The first volume is rare (we have seen it twice in 15 years); we have never seen an example of the second volume, though we were aware of its existence based on the extensive bibliography in "Sun Ra: The Immeasurable Equation" (James L. Wolf and Harmut Geerken, Waitawhile Press, 2005), which collects all of Sun Ra's poetry and prose, both printed and recorded. OCLC locates no copies in institutions. The two volumes complete Sun Ra's printed output for the 1970s, and the Wolf-Geerken bibliography notes only various reprints in the 1980s and early 1990s. This second volume consists mostly of poetry by Sun Ra, but with an interesting prose chapter in the middle titled "The Air Spiritual Man," omitted from later collections, that explains (if abstractly) some of Sun Ra's origins and philosophies. As with the poetry and performance known to us already by the great jazz musician and composer, the poems here involve interplanetary philosophical intrigue, sometimes meditative, sometimes very serious, and sometimes quite humorous and bright. Thick side-stitched card wrappers, mimeograph. 142 pages, with poems and the single prose piece together in alphabetical order, front wrapper and interior illustrations by Aye. Near Fine.

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        Photographic print 'Esztergom'

      1972 - KERTÉSZ, André. Photographic print, "Esztergom" [New York: circa 1972]. Silver gelatin print, measuring 8 by 10 inches. $2300.Photograph printed by Kertész's studio, signed, dated and captioned in his hand, apparently produced to promote the publication of Sixty Years of Photography (though it does not appear in the book).Kertész was "one of the first photographers to demonstrate the tremendous richness of the street". his work is known for its wit, composition, and sense of the unusual" (Blodgett, 96). This exceptional photograph is captioned by Kertész in pencil, "Esztergom, Feb. 1-1917, A. Kertész." Studio stamp on verso. Fine condition. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Horizons

      Books for Libraries Press 1972 - Rare hardback copyright 1972; reprint of 1932 first edition; remarkably well preserved withdrawal from college library with usual stamps and stickers; green cloth text block and boards tight and square; no dj; two gently bumped corners; 293 spotless pages with copious b&w illustrations by the author nwdr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: My November Guest Books]
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        Promotional die cut illustrated poster for The Who, circa 1972

      London: The Who, 1972. Psychedelic promotional poster for The Who, circa 1972, produced to promote worldwide tours and the release of "Who's Next" (1971). The only example we have ever encountered. Die cut double weight paper stock. 24 x 28 inches, rolled. Near Fine.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Verklaring van de Bijbel (compleet)

      Kampen, De Groot Goudriaan 1972-1998 - 40 delen compleet (voor zover verschenen, m.u.v. Job 2). Mooie uniforme set in kunstlederen banden met (goud)-opdruk.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo]
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        Phandangos 3! (aka Fandangos no. 3)

      Jan Van Eyck Academy 1972 - 520 x 395 mm. Printed black on large format (aged and toned) newsprint with numerous unique collages and cut-out interventions throughout. The cover includes a unique collage element (magazine cut-out glued to the page) as well as ‘Blue Landscape’ by Dick Wessels, a blue acetate square stapled to the cover. Contributors include Thomas Niggl, Herbert Walker, Dick Wessels, Bernardo Salcedo, Karina Raeck, G. J de Rook, Michael Gibbs, Jacques Lizene, Davi Det Hompson, Jorgos Chronis, Ovum, CAYC, Ad Gerritsen, Marten Hendrix, Peter Hutchinson, Marjo Schumans, Peter Adamski Etiquette, Christiane Berndes, Jochen Gerz, Michel Druks, Anton Verhoeven, Geza Perneczsky (with rubberstamp in red), Beverly Parke, Klaus Groh, Guillermo Duarte, Jan Tomaschoff and others. A column mentions CAYC sending a group of Heliographic prints/copies of proposals to Agora studios (who in turn sent a show of Dutch conceptual works to Buenos Aires). Large item, requires extra postage. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: William Allen Word & Image]
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        DACIA REVUE D'ARCHEOLOGIE ET D'HISTOIRE ANCIENNE

      EDITIONS DE L'ACADEMIE DE LA REPUBLIQUE SOCIALISTE DE ROUMANIE, BUCAREST 1972 - INTERLINGUE In francese ed in tedesco, coperta rigida cartonata con segni di usura agli angoli ed ai bordi, leggermente ingiallita e con lievissima fioritura, pagine leggermente ingiallite causa tempo e con lievissima fioritura, numerose illustrazioni in nero nei testi e fuori testo

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        Watership Down

      London: Rex Collings Ltd., 1972. 413 pp. Approximately 5 1/2 x 8 1/2". First English edition. Dust jacket in near fine condition, with a few tiny little chips out of bottom edge, Japanese paper repairs done very nicely to inside jacket on spine creases which looks like a few small tears were repaired, original price of "£3.50 net" intact; Brown cloth with gilt lettering on the spine and a gilt design of rabbits on the front over, previous owner's signature in ink on front free endpaper, slight foxing to top pages fore-edges, very light convex crease on spine, otherwise in near fine condition. Richard George Adams (1920 - ) was born in Newbury, Berkshire, England and is best known for authoring Watership Down, The Plague Dogs, and Shardik. Watership Down came about as a result of stories Adams told his two daughters when they were young. Originally, it was turned down by four publishers before being picked up by Rex Collings, whereupon it became an immediate international success. Watership Down is about a small group of anthropomorphized rabbits who have their own language, culture and mythology. After their warren is destroyed, they adventure out into the world seeking a new home and encounter many difficulties along the way. Watership Down won the prestigious Carnegie Medal and Guardian Prize, among other book awards

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        Anne Tyler 17-Volume Collection of Signed First Editions, with Correspondence: The Clock Winder; Celestial Navigation; Searching for Caleb; Earthly Possessions; Morgan's Passing; Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant; The Accidental Tourist; Breathing Lessons; Saint Maybe; Your Place is Empty; Tumble Tower; Ladder of Years; A Patchwork Planet; Back When We Were Grownups; The Amateur Marriage; Timothy Tugbottom Says No!; Digging to America

      An impressive collection of novels by the Pulitzer Prize winning author, comprising all published works released from 1972 to 2006 (and thus missing her first three, and last four, works), as well as her two juvenile titles. Your Place is Empty is also of particular interest, being an imprint of the William B. Ewert fine press in Concord, New Hampshire. With the exception of Digging to America, they are all signed by Anne Tyler directly on the title pages - no small feat considering that, until recently, the author did not make public appearances or grant interviews. Even sending items to her for the purpose of obtaining signatures was a complicated process, as illustrated in the four postcards and three greeting cards included here, in which Tyler requests they be sent such that she can receive them without leaving her home. The original recipient of these also sent the author a number of gifts, for which she expresses thanks in her correspondence. First editions. Each (except Digging to America) signed without inscription by author on title page. The Clock Winder: board edges a bit faded, two tiny spots on top page ridge. Back When We Were Grownups includes publisher's newsletter (laid in). New York: Alfred A. Knopf / G.P. Putnam's Sons / William B. Ewert / Orchard Books, 1972. First Edition. Near Fine/Near Fine.

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        Taxi Driver [Taxi-Driver] (Original screenplay for the 1976 film, screenwriter's submitted copy)

      Los Angeles: Mitchell J. Hamilburg Agency / Columbia Pictures Corporation, 1972. Early draft script for the 1976 film. Screenwriter Paul Schrader's submitted copy, with a Writers Guild of America register stamp dated 1972 on the title page. A film that would prove to be the turning point in the careers of director Martin Scorsese, screenwriter Paul Schrader, and actors Robert De Niro and Jodie Foster, and one that has only gained significance with the passage of time. Exhibiting elements of both American experimental filmmaking and vanguard European narrative, and a perfect example of American neo-noir, drawing influences from Bresson, Antonioni, Godard, Hitchcock, Lang, and Malle. Nominated for four Academy Awards including Best Picture. Set in New York City and shot on location there. Goldenrod titled wrappers. Title page present, dated Jul. 6, 1972, with a credit for screenwriter Schrader. 122 leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 122. Mechanically reproduced. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus, bound internally with three gold brads. Elsaesser, pp. 149-150. Grant, pp. 630-631. Hardy, The BFI Companion to Crime, pp. 318-319. Spicer, pp. 293-294. Silver, p. 456. National Film Registry.

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        Regalità di Torino. Presentazione di Giuseppe Pella

      Editalia, Roma 1972 - In-folio (415x315mm), pp. 243 + (1) di colophon con giustificazione di tiratura. Magnifica legatura editoriale con il piatto anteriore in bronzo sbalzato riproducente il monumento equestre di Emanuele Filiberto in piazza San Carlo coniata dall'officina Nuccitelli di Roma su bozzetto plastico di Arturo Bruni. Dorso a nervi rilevati in pelle marrone con titolo, filettature e piccola illustrazione in oro entro scomparti. Al contropiatto, targa metallica figurata con giustificazione di tiratura incisa. Numerosissime illustrazioni in b.n. n.t. e f.t riproducenti rarità dell'iconografia torinese nei secoli, capilettera neri su fondo figurato rosso. Le illustrazioni, curate dalla Ditta Papi di Roma, riproducono stampe provenienti dalle collezioni private Peyrot, Bourlot, Bertarelli, Casati, Bocca e da raccolte museali. Nell'appendice, relativa alle stampe di Torino, sono riprodotte, ripiegate su doppio foglio, tre antiche cartografie cittadine. Esemplare n° 1415 (su 2448 copie). Perfetto stato. Conservata la custodia.

      [Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA)]
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        Max Ernst: Jenseits der Malerei - Das grafische OEuvre. Eine Ausstellung im Kestner-Museum Hannover vom 16. April bis 15. Juli 1972. (= Brusberg Dokumente 3).

      (Hannover, Galerie Brusberg, 1972). 4°. Mit 3 (2 num u. sign.) Orig.-Lithographien von Max Ernst, einer mont. Farbtafel sowie zahlr. Abbildungen. 79 nn. Bll., Illustr.-OPpbd. Erstausgabe. - Nr. 44 von 111 Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe, von Erhart Kästner u. Werner Spies (die jeweils einen Text verfasst haben) im Druckvermerk signiert. - „Die ersten 111 Exemplare enthalten eine dreifarbige Originallithografie die von Max Ernst für diesen Katalog geschaffen wurde sowie eine einfarbige Variante dieser Lithografie [...]. Bei den Exemplaren 1-111 sind die beiden Lithografien signiert und numeriert“. Neben den beiden lose beiliegenden num. u. sign. Lithografien auf Japanbütten ist eine weitere einfarbige, farblich abweichende Variante eingebunden. - Der empfindliche schwarze Einband etw. berieben, sonst gutes Exemplar. - Spies/Leppien 220a-c; Brusberg/Völker 175, 1-3. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Max Ernst: Jenseits der Malerei - Das grafische OEuvre. Eine Ausstellung im Kestner-Museum Hannover vom 16. April bis 15. Juli 1972. (= Brusberg Dokumente 3), Signierte Bücher, Vorzugsausgaben

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        Diane Arbus: An Aperture Monograph (First Edition)

      New York: Aperture, 1972. First Edition. First Edition, first issue with "Two Girls in Identical Raincoats." Published in conjunction with a posthumous exhibition of the photographer's work at the Museum of Modern Art which helped establish her deserving reputation. Very Good plus in a Very Good plus dust jacket. Light foxing to the boards, endpapers, and first few leaves. Jacket has a few short closed tears on the front panel, and light rubbing overall. Roth 101, pp. 214-215. Parr and Badger Vol. 1, pp. 258-259.

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        Hall's Breechloaders: John H. Hall's Invention and Development of a Breechloading Rifle with Precision-Made Interchangeable Parts and Its Introduction into the United States Service

      George Shumway Publisher, 1972. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good. York, PA: George Shumway Publisher, 1972. Limited edition, unnumbered of 500 issued in cloth. Hardcover. 369 pp. Near fine, in a very good unclipped jacket. Jacket has light edge wear with the head of the spine expertly reinforced with book tape. A small closed tear at the top of the rear panel has received similar treatment. Inscribed to noted sword collector, Richard "Dick" Johnson, on the front free endpaper: "To Dick Johnson - / To a fellow company member / and Hall enthusiast with / kindest regards / R. T. Huntington

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        In Out Productions presenteert Equipo Movimiento – MARROQUIN /YOUNG TCHONG / CARDENA,

      In Out Productions, Aalst 1972 - 490 x 345 mm. Blue and day-glow pink screen printed on paper stock. A heavily screen-printed document, very rare. Few if any copies known to be in existence. Unusually Cardena has been included as part of Equipo Movimiento which is rarely seen elsewhere. In-Out Productions printed the poster as an advertisement for the exhibition in Belgium (New Reform Gallery) that took place 17.11.72 – 30.11.72. The In Out Centre was founded by Michel Cardena in 1972, its core participants were the artists Raul Marroquin, Ulises Carrion, Hetty Huisman, Sigudur and Kristján Gudmundsson. It closed in 1974 but is regarded as one of the most significant avant garde centres in the Netherlands in the 1970s. Condition: Various pinholes to corners and closed tears to bottom right corner, very good. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: William Allen Word & Image]
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        Western

      Equipo Movimiento, Amsterdam 1972 - 84 x 33 cm. Black screen print on white cartridge paper stock. Together with purple rubberstamp of the movement founded by Marroquin ‘In-Out Productions Equipo Movimiento Marroquin-Young Tchong’. Inscribed Marroquin E/M / 72, numbered 34/50 , signed 'Raul Marroquin / 72' in pencil. One of three prints from 1972 that features stills from a film made by Marroquin in the same period. The film-stills, which are drawn from the film held in the Li-Ma Archive in Amsterdam, involve a deadpan moustached actor staring straight at the camera putting on various hats and headpieces. These prints are the only physical examples of this work created by the artist in the 1970s. Marroquin is presently featured in the exhibition Playground Artistas Dialogo - Raul Marroquin and klaus Fruchtnis, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Bogota, June 30-July 31st, 2016. Condition: light creasing to bottom and bottom corners but no tears or marks overall near fine.

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        Hommage à Georges RIBEMONT-DESSAIGNES.&#8206

      Galerie Chave Vence 1972 Lithographie originale en 8 couleurs de dimension 760 X 540 mm., signée et numérotée au crayon par Max ERNST. Tirage limité à 99 exemplaires. Parfait état. ( Max ERNST Druckgraphische N°184 ). D'autres photos sur www.cazitel.com

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        LEARNING FROM LAS VEGAS

      Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1972. First Edition. Hard Cover. near Good dust jacket. Folio. Light shelfwear to the extremities including bumping to the corners; some separation at the back endpaper at the hinge--the hinge is holding well; contents clean and binding sound; errata slip laid in; scarce in printed glassine dust jacket; this jacket is shelfworn as usual; complete but for a chips at the spine the affects the “L” in the title; previous owner tape repairs here and there; digital images can be made available upon request.

      [Bookseller: Michael Pyron, Bookseller]
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        Kosmicheskie dali

      1972 - (SOKOLOV, A.K.) LEONOV, Aleskei Arkhipovich. Kosmicheskie dali. Moscow: Ikobrazitel'noe iskusstvo, 1972. Folio (11 by 14-1/2 inches), original marbled blue imitation leather gilt portfolio, metal and enamel cover medallion, original printed self-wrappers; pp. 34, 33 loose color plates. $2800.First edition of Russian cosmonaut A.A. Leonov's work on artificial satellites, with 35 loose color illustrations (17 folding) and 5 additional monochrome red-tone illustrations laid in, signed on the front wrapper by both the illustrator A.K. Sokolov and by Leonov. Text in Russian.This elaborate production by Russian cosmonaut A.A. Leonov concerns artificial satellites and astronautics. "In March 1965, at the age of 30, Soviet cosmonaut Alexei Leonov made the first spacewalk in history, beating out American rival Ed White on Gemini 4 by almost three months. Floating outside his tiny Voskhod 2 capsule for 10 exhilarating minutes, Leonov felt, he writes, "like a seagull with its wings outstretched, soaring high above the Earth" (Air & Space, Smithsonian). Leonov went on to write extensively about his life as an astronaut and about space exploration in general. The wonderful illustrations by A.K. Sokolov display satellites and the landscapes of astronomical bodies as well as space itself in vivid color. The entirety is housed in a handsome publisher's portfolio made of blue imitation leather and bearing a raised metal and enamel medallion with a hammer and sickle. This copy contains two copies of Plate 1, for a total of 35 plates instead of the usual 34. Five additional folio red-tone monochrome illustrations, apparently also by Sokolov, have been laid in; they do not appear to be integral to this edition. The front wrapper also bears an inscription in an unidentified hand in addition to the signatures of Leonov and Sokolov.Small, faint stain on front wrapper/inscription, slight scattered foxing to verso captions of folio plates, light edge-wear to portfolio including small missing piece at top of pocket. A near-fine copy, most desirable signed. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Regain.

      Grenoble, Editions du Grésivaudan, (1972).In-folio de 225 pp., 7 pp.n.ch., en ff. sous couverture rempliée imprimée, chemise et étui, chemise à lacets pour le portfolio de la suite (manque 3 lithos dans la suite). Magnifique édition, peu courante et injustement méconnue, illustrée de 16 lithographies originales en couleurs de Pierre PARSUS.Tirage à 299 exemplaires tous signés par l'artiste, celui-ci un des 50 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin d'Arches comprenant en portefeuille : une suite en couleurs des 16 lithographies sur Arches au format in-plano et 4 lithographies en couleurs imprimées sur soie et signées par l'artiste.Très bel exemplaire de ce superbe Giono.

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        Amphigorey; Amphigorey Too; Amphigorey Also (3 books)

      New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons; Congdon & Weed, Inc, 1972-1983. First edition. Hardcover. Very good/very good. SIGNED. Quarto [29 cm] Illustrated boards. The extremities are moderately bumped and rubbed, and the dust jackets, with very occasional areas of minor soiling, show light surface and edge wear. The dust jacket for Amphigorey is sunned at the spine, and has a crease in the rear inside flap. The jacket for Amphigorey Too has a 1" closed tear along the bottom edge of the front panel. Attractive first editions of three companion volumes in Edward Gorey's Amphigorey series. Edward Gorey has signed all three books near his name on the title pages.

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        Journal de prison 1959.

      Editions Sarrazin 1972. In-12 broché de 238 pages au format 13,3 x 19,4 cm sous belle couverture typographique rempliée par Patrick Michel. Courte biographie de l'auteur, avec portrait photo, sur les rabats. Longue préface de Josane Duranteau. Frontispice de Fernand Michel. Un des 100 exemplaires n° sur pur fil du tirage de tête ( seul grand papier ) accompagnés de la superbe gravure originale n° & signée par Fernand Michel. Notre exemplaire port le n° 48. Microscopiques frottis au bas du dos, sinon état superbe, proche du parfait. Rarissime édition originalePort gratuit pour la France ( En raison des nouvelles normes postales, les livres dont l'épaisseur dépasse les 3 cm seront expédiés obligatoirement en Colissimo avec un forfait ajouté de 5 € ) Port à la charge de l'Acheteur pour le reste du monde. Pour destinations extra-planétaire s'adresser à la NASA. Membre du Syndicat Lusitanien Amateurs Morues - Vente exclusivement par correspondance ! Le libraire ne reçoit que sur rendez-vous. Il est préférable de téléphoner avant tout déplacement.

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        The Case of the Irate Witness and Other Stories

      William Morrow & Co, New York 1972 - Published posthumously, The Case of the Irate Witness is the only short story, featuring Perry Mason, that Gardner ever wrote. Bound in are a list of books by Erle Stanley Gardner and a "Publisher's Note." Octavo, price of $4.95 on front flap of dust jacket; neat owner name on FEP. A beautiful copy, with just a hint of wear at foot of spine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Hamburger Kunst-Kassette : Pavlos [Box Set].

      Hamburg : Kunstverein Hamburg, 1972. 246 von 500 Inhalt: Baum-Objekt (ein signiertes Original-Multiple von Pavlos), José Pierre: \"Pavlos oder die Beschreibung der Welt\" - eine Tragödie, Ausstellungskatalog mit Texten, Abbildungen, einem Atelierbericht sowie ausführlicher Bio- und Bibliographie, Vollst. Oeuvrekatalog. In Box. Box etw. berieben/Schutzfolie leicht eingerissen, Baum etwas berieben/ eingerissen/ leicht fleckig/ gebräunt, ansonsten gut erhalten. Versand D: 2,20 EUR

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        Tarzan Alive: A Definitive Biography of Lord Greystoke

      Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1972 Very good in a very good dust jacket. INSCRIBED by the author on the half-title page. First Edition stated on the copyright page. Book has slight rubbing along the bottom edges, and very light soiling of the page ends. Dust jacket has original price of $5.95 printed on the front flap. Chips at the corners and spine ends; soiling; a small piece missing from the top of the front panel and top of spine, and a small closed tear on the top of the front panel. We will provide a certificate of authenticity for this item. Comes housed in a custom slipcase.. Inscribed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.

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        La religione oggi un approfondito dibattito di scienziati, teologi e filosofi sul significato della religione nel mondo moderno e sulle nuove forme di religiosità

      ARNOLDO MONDADORI, MILANO 1972 - Gli Oscar ITALIANO N. L83 della collana;raduzione di Elena Baffi, Marina Bianchi e Mario Spinella; brossura editoriale con segni di usura nel dorso e nella copertina e nella legatura; presente firma di appartenenza sul frontespizio

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        GREASE ; A New 50's Rock Musical

      Winter House Limited, New York 1972 - First Edition, First Hardcover Printing of this beloved Broadway and film classic. Introduction by Michael Feingold. Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket, very faint label shadow rear panel, priced ($4.95) front flap. SCARCE, and especially so in such lovely, collectible condition.The world premiere of GREASE was in Chicago in 1971, and the Broadway premiere followed in 1972, starring Barry Bostwick and Carole Demas. Basis for the 1978 movie starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John, and 2 Broadway revivals, in 1994 and 2007, in addition to countless regional theatre, summer stock, community theatre, and high school and middle school drama group productions. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Design A Plastické Hmoty ? Design and Plastics. Umelecko-Katalog.

      Prague, The Museum of Decorative Arts, 1972. - 24:24,2 cm. 206 S. (137 Nrn.) m. zahlr. Abb. Farb. OPlastikeinband mit 2 Plastikringen gebunden. Original-Ausgabe. Kleine und frühe Fibel über Kunststoff-Möbel. Neben den vielen Italienern wie S. Asti, L. Castiglioni, DAM Milano, J. Colombo, M. Bellini, S. Coppola u.a sind Objekte von Leif Alring, O. von Bohr, V. Firt, J. Hofman, Z. Kadlec, Y. Kukkapuro, L. Niklova usw. enthalten. Texte in tschechisch und englisch. Mit sehr auffälliger Einbandgestaltung aus orangerotem Kunststoff. In 1972 the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague launched ?Plastic Design,? a study devoted to surveying the accomplishments of the plastics industry in Czechoslovakia. Rather than culminating in an exhibition of national designs, the museum?s study resulted in Design A Plastické Hmoty, a book displaying its subject through its neon plastic cover, white plastic two-ring binding, and numerous clear plastic overlays. texts in Czech and English [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A 2-PAGE TYPED LETTER SIGNED by MILICENT TRYON Addressed to Freudian psychiatrist and criminologist Dr. Arthur Foxe on the subject of sexually motivated murder.

      December 30, 1972.. 1972.. Good. MILICENT TRYON WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR INTRODUCING THE WORD "GENDER" INTO THE LEGAL LANGUAGE - Over 350 words typed on two sheets of 11 inch high by 8- 1/2 inch wide paper. Thanking the psychiatrist and criminologist Dr. Arthur N. Foxe for granting her an interview, Milicent Tryon introduces herself in a way that suggests they have met before: "Applause Magazine folded, my husband and I separated, and Minou had kittens. I now work as a $145 a week secretary, but things could be worse. I get to walk to work (at Columbia)...." Milicent Tryon was Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's secretary at Columbia University. She quickly dives into her subject: "Now, about murder. (Just so your unconscious can be thinking about my questions during the day, I thought I'd send a few.) I want a profile of a typical character who commits sexually-motivated murders...." She follows up with some perceptive observations, paraphrasing the German psychologist Erich Fromm's observations about sadism and provides context from her own life while seeking answers: "(My little summaries seem so pat, so simple, so trite. Yet, I've been around such growth patterns myself, and I have a feeling for this thing that goes beyond understanding. My own mother was created in a laboratory by Tennessee Williams and Vincent Price. Two of her brothers molested me, as fine southern gentlemen do on occasion. And one of my brothers who has been under her influence excessively is on his way to becoming like Uncle. He's also sadistic, unlike Uncle)." Elaborating, she offers subjects for discussion: "A big feminist issue is this women-as-objects thing. Its relation to murder is something I hope you will comment on.... Once a boy has such a crippled childhood, how much of what happens afterwards, when he's in his teens and beyond, makes him into a killer?" Concerned that Dr. Foxe may worry about being misquoted, she asks: "Are you still with me? I definitely want you to look over my version of you comments. I'd hate to make a fool of myself in print.... Enclosed are some of my reviews, just to prove that there are fools who will publish my stuff...." Signed "Milicent".<p>The original mailing envelope is stapled to the letter together with an 11-1/2 inch high by 8- 1/2 inch wide sheet of paper upon which are photocopied three of her film, music and literary reviews.<p>Additionally attached is a 4-page proof, on 11 inch high by 8-1/2 inch wide paper, of Dr. Foxe's essay "Murder". The heavily corrected proof is preceded by a brief biography of the psychiatrist at the top of the cover page. An annotation requesting a "galley proof" is penned by Dr. Foxe on the cover page. Typed and penned strike-outs and ink corrections in DR. FOXE'S HAND abound and several paragraphs are clipped and pasted onto the pages. One such paragraph reads: "But what is the cause of murder? The cause of murder is the same as that which causes other crime--the variants being in quantity, situation and coloring. The three causes of crime are, 1-violence done to the child by those around it, parents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, and less frequently non-members of the family. Sustained violence, less frequently, later in life, may have a similar effect, 2- Sanction given the criminal act in childhood by a major parent or equivalent figure. (The mother who sanctions thefts for the household, even if needed, is an example) 3- a general lack of leaven in the family or early childhood situation- warmth, consideration, thought." We've been unable to determine if Dr. Foxe's essay was ever published.<p>Milicent Tryon's letter is in near fine condition, folded for mailing with but minor creases to the corners. Dr. Foxe's manuscript, with its pasted paragraphs and corrections, is in used but nonetheless good condition. <p>Although little information is available about this fascinating woman, she was responsible for replacing the word "sex" with the word "gender" in legal briefs and law. At the invitation of Dean Michael Sovern, Ruth Bader Ginsburg accepted a position at Columbia University in 1972, becoming the Law School's first tenured woman professor. Having successfully argued gender discrimination cases before the Supreme Court, a cause that she continued at Columbia, she became a "Superstar". According to Professor Hans Smit, "She was the only member of the faculty who taught the law that she created." In an April 10, 2009 interview with Professor Deborah Jones Merritt & Professor Wendy Webster Williams, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recalled her time at the school: "Students went through the U.S. Code chapter-by-chapter and reported on the laws that differentiated on the basis of, we say 'gender' now, we said 'sex' then." Prompted by Professor Williams' statement: "We say 'gender' now because of your secretary." Justice Ginsburg replied: "Well, I changed because of her prompt. Other people did for different reasons. But, for me it became altogether clear when my secretary at Columbia said, 'I'm typing these briefs for you and jumping out all over the page is 'sex, sex, sex.' Don't you know that for the male audience you are addressing, the first association of the word 'sex' is not what you're talking about. So, why don't you use a grammar book term? Use 'gender.' It has a neutral sound, and it will ward off distracting associations.' Milicent Tryon was my astute secretary then, and from that day to this, I've used gender." Following that statement Professor Williams observed: "And the Court picked it up."

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        Kritischer Kalender. 1973.

      München, Bruckmann 1972. Mit 27 Abb. nach Lithographien von A. Paul Weber und einer Orig.-Zeichnung des Künstlers. Unpag. Gr.-8vo. OPp.-Einband. Mit einer Orig.-Zeichnung in Faserstift von A. Paul Weber (signiert und datiert \"18.11.72.\") auf dem fliegenden Blatt. Auf dem fliegenden Vorsatz zudem gewidmet \"D.E. von apw.\" - Einband mit kleinen Gebrauchsspuren. Sonst von guter Erhaltung Versand D: 5,00 EUR A. Paul Weber, Karrikatur, Satire, Zeichnung, Handzeichnungen 20. Jahrhundert

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