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        Autograph musical manuscript signed of De temporum fine comoedia. Das Spiel vom Ende der Zeiten. Undated, but ca. 1970

      2 pp., being pages 143 and 144 of the full score. Large folio (416 x 318 mm.). Notated in ink and pencil on 30-stave music manuscript paper. Inscribed to Uli Märkle, a close collaborator and friend of the distinguished Austrian conductor Herbert von Karajan. & & Slightly worn. . De temporum fine comoedia (Play for the End of Time), a major work, was Orff's final musical statement. It was composed over a period of some ten years and had its first performance on August 20, 1973 at the Salzburg Music Festival under Herbert von Karajan with the Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra. & & "The gestation of De temporum fine comoedia, which is the epitome of Orff’s theatrical work, began while he was working on Prometheus. The score to this ‘Spiel vom Ende der Zeiten’ was completed between 1970 and 1971, with texts taken from the Oracula sibyllina, an Orphic Hymn to Oneiros, and also from the Carmina Burana collection. Orff lends to a theological idea a theatrical form that was already present in Des Turmes Auferstehung: Origene’s ‘apokatástasis pánton’, namely the idea that the world returns to God with the consequence that all guilt is temporally finite. The vastness of this eschatological scenario feeds the visionary quality of this modern mystery play. And in the vision invoked by the Anachoretes one participates in the repentance of Lucifer, announced symbolically in the music by open 5ths to a blare of trumpets. There follows a transfiguring dematerialization of all musical parameters, then a canon for four viols. This symbolic mandala representing ‘Tà pánta Noûs’ (‘Everything is Spirit’) and closing with a reference to Anaxagoras, signifies both the end of the comoedia and of Orff’s creative career. " Alberto Fassone in Grove online& & We would like to thank Ms. Sabine Fröhlich of the Orff-Zentrum in Munich for her kind assistance in the identification of this manuscript.

      [Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC]
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        Breakfast of Champions or Goodbye, Blue Monday

      New York: Delacorte Press, 1973.. First edition. Octavo, original orange cloth. Signed by the author with a self-caricature. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with light wear.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        The Godwulf Manuscript

      Houghton Mifflin Company 1973 Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston 1973. First Edition / First Printing. Stated First Printing on the copyright page with no additional printings listed. Signed by Robert B. Parker at the front endpaper and inscribed, ""Beverly, Hope that ankle gets better soon. Hope you enjoy the book."" The Inscription is 100% Guaranteed Authentic. Cloth boards with gold lettering at the spine. Top edge red. Book Condition: Near Fine, clean boards and spine, book is tight and square, light spots at the fore-edge of the pages, small circular inkstamp at the front endpaper. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good, wrapped in a new clean removable mylar cover, original jacket priced at $5.95 at the front flap, author's photo at the rear panel, shelf wear and spots, tears at the front and rear panel, tear at the front panel repaired by tape.

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        Marriages [Inscribed Association Copy]

      NY: Coward McCann Geoghegan. (1973). The first American edition of his first novel. Inscribed by the author to horror writer Stanley Wiater: "I'm pleased to be one of your Dark Dreamers -- sounds like an accurate description to me!" With Wiater's bookplate. A nice association copy: Wiater has been called "the world's leading authority on horror filmmakers and authors" and has published two books of interviews with masters of horror fiction in the Dark Dreamers series, as well as hosting a television interview series with the same title. He has won the Horror Writers of America's Bram Stoker Award three times; Straub has also been a multiple winner of the Stoker Award. Sunning and foxing to top edge; near fine in a very good, rubbed and edgeworn dust jacket with a small abrasion to the front panel and a chip to the upper rear panel. With Wiater's Gahan Wilson-designed bookplate on the front free endpaper (reportedly the only bookplate Wilson ever designed). . First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Stoner

      Allen Lane, 1973-04-24. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Minor wear to jacket with a little lamination lifting right at the edges. jacket clipped, but they missed the price. Spine slanted about 4mm. Free from inscriptions or marginalia. 278 pages Robust packaging. 1st class post to the UK, Airmail worldwide

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        Silence: Lectures and Writings

      London: Calder and Boyars,, 1973. [Together with] M: Writings '67 - '72, [published in] Middletown, Connecticut [by] Wesleyan University Press [in] 1973, [and also John Collins's own copy of] The Modern Chess Primer [by] The Rev. E. E. Cunnington, [published in] London [by] George Routledge & Sons [in] 1922. Work 1: octavo. Printed card wrappers, as issued. Work 2: quarto. Original black cloth, titles to spine in white and gilt, and to upper board in blind, pictorial endpapers. With the dust jacket. Work 3: small octavo. Original cloth backed boards, titles to boards printed in red and black. All housed in a brown cloth chemise and slipcase. Work 1: some stains to covers and edges, an excellent copy. Work 2: extremities faintly rubbed, an excellent copy in the nicked but clean dust jacket. Work 3: covers worn, pages tanned and brittle, but holding together well, overall a good copy. A fascinating inscribed presentation set linking two giants of their respective fields, the musician John Cage and the chess teacher John Collins. Cage attended Collins' Hawthorne Chess Club in Brooklyn, which brought avant garde artists like Marcel Duchamp and Cage together with chess professionals like Hermann Helms "the dean of American chess" and Bobby Fischer, chess prodigy, youngest ever World Champion, and Collins's student. Cage's inscriptions to works 1 & 2 show a warm relationship; respectively: "For John, from John. (the Christmas '73 goes without saying)" and "To John Collins, with friendship and admiration, John Cage, May 1973". Cage has written Collins into the table of contents of work 2, directing the reader to p. 211, where Cage has mentioned Collins in the text, "Jack Collins, brilliant mind, spastic paraplegic, Bobby Fischer's teacher. No one in the world of chess is as beloved. Frequently laughing, he gets around the apartment by riding small tricycle. People who don't play complain chess takes too much time. Given the opportunity to study with Collins, it'd be a waste of time not to." The Modern Chess Primer (11th edition) was Collins's own, and contains his address stamp. Works 1 & 2, which offer great insight into Cage's philosophy of music and of life, are a second reprint and a first edition, first impression, respectively.

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        TO THE WAR WITH WAUGH. With an introductory Memoir by Christopher Hollis and illustrations by Peter MacKarell

      Whittington Press. London. 1973. SIGNED LIMITED EDITION. First edition. 4to. (11 x 7.6 inches). 32 line drawings by MacKarell, some full and double page. One of an unspecified number of the total edition of 600 copies, all numbered and signed by St. John, that was bound in full off-white sheep with gilt lettering to the spine and a gilt stamped illustration, reproducing one of the drawings in the text, to the front board. The binding is by Hunter and Foulis Ltd, who bound the standard cloth edition, with their gilt stamp to the inner rear board. Marbled endpapers. All edges gilt. Housed in the original beige patterned paper covered slip case. The glue used along the top edge of the tipped in portrait frontis has bled through the plate and left some light offsetting to the title page opposite, otherwise a clean and bright copy throughout. Some minor scuffing and bumping to the spine but overall a very near fine copy. This copy is numbered in Roman numerals, No. II, but this special delux leather issue is not mentioned in the colophon. A review from the contemporary issue of the Evelyn Waugh newsletter (Volume 7, Number 2 - Autumn 1973) does list this delux option, with cloth bound copies being advertised at £5.25 and Leather bound at £25. Because of the large price difference it is unlikely that many copies were bound in this way and in over twenty years of bookdealing this is the first that I have come across, despite having had several copies of the cloth bound limited edition. St. John served in the same Royal Marines Regiment as Evelyn Waugh during World War Two. They participated in basic training, prepared to defend the Cornwall area, and joined the Dakar attack. Waugh related many of these activities in Put out More Flags and Men at Arms. We learn the prototype of Ritchie-Hook, the location of Kut-al-lmara House, and the identification of Inverary with the Isle of Mugg. There are some interesting personal revelations, e.g., Waugh's lecture to his men about cursing, his desire to be fighting the Russians in Finland, and his fear of being treated by a Soviet woman doctor.

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        William Wyler: The Authorized Biography

      N.Y.: Thomas Y. Crowell 1973 - 1st printing. Book appears unread, with a couple of tiny marks on title page. Unclipped DJ shows a touch of shelfwear; looks nice in Brodart cover. Inscribed by Wyler on front endpaper: "To our good friends Edward & Cynthia Losker [?] with good wishes/ Affectionately/ Willy." Biography of the three-time Academy Award winner, uncommon signed by Wyler. 456 pages + photos. Please email me for a possible discount! ***Reluctantly downsizing my personal library to accommodate move from suburban house to Manhattan apartment [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Washington Square Autographed Books]
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        Four Fictions. Joseph Conrad: The Lagoon; Gustave Flaubert: The Legend of Saint Julian; Henry James: The Jolly Corner; Luigi Pirandello: The Annuity.

      Kentfield, California: Allen Press, 1973. - These stories were chosen as examples of the best fiction from America, England, France and Italy. Francoeur's bindings have been at many exhibitions, in QuŽbec, Canada and Europe, including the ÒUne passion ˆ quatre mainsÓ exhibition held in MontrŽal (1998) and QuŽbec (1999). The National Library of Canada commissioned its ÒLivre dÕOrÓ from her. She won the William Cowley Award for Fine Binding in 1998 (Canadian Bookbinders and Book ArtistsÕ Guild). Folio. 155 pp. Illustrations and paper are by different craftsmen for each story; illustrators include Blair Hughes-Stanton, Michle Forgeois, Joseph Low, and Paolo Carasone. Finely bound by Quebecois design binder Helene Francoeur in full dark blue goatskin with a stylized "4" embossed on the front board and a somewhat smaller one on the board, gilt-ruled spine with gilt title. A fine copy. One of 137 copies. Allen Bibliography 39. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson Books, A.B.A.A.]
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        The Terminal Man (Original screenplay for the 1972 film)

      Burbank, CA: Warner Brothers, 1973. Final script for the 1973 film, based on the 1972 novel by Michael Crichton. Noted director Mike Hodges' third film, and first to be made in the US (after "Get Carter" in 1971 and "Pulp" in 1972). Segal plays a scientist who agrees to an experimental treatment wherein a tiny computer is implanted in his head to help control violent tendencies. The computer malfunctions (probably Windows-based) and he becomes a psychotic killer. & & Mustard yellow studio wrappers, stamped FINAL on the front wrapper, and dated May 9, 1973. Distribution page present, with receipt INTACTORREMOVED. Title page present, with a credit for screenwriter Hodges. 108 leaves, mechanically reproduced, eye-rest green stock. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus with a diagonal crease to the front panel, internally bound with two gold brads.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        KESEY'S GARAGE SALE. Featuring 5 hot items

      Viking Press/Intrepid Trips. New York.,1973. FIRST EDITION. Hardbound Issue. 4to. (11.2 x 8.8 inches). Inscribed in blue, green and red ink by Kesey on the half title, to the Irish novelist, and Daughter of Sean O Faolain and Eileen Gould, Julia O'Faolain: "For Julia Oh! Faolain. Up the Real Rebels Ay? Ken Kesey 1985" Illustrated throughout with line drawings by Paul Foster. Contributions by Shirley Abicar, Kathi Wagner, Ken Babbs, Paul Krassner, Ron Bevirt & The Whole Earth Catalog crew, Neal Cassady, Allen Ginsberg, Hugh Romney and Laurence Gonzales. A very good copy in publishers hard cover boards and full colour photo illustrated dustwrapper. One inch closed tear, without loss, to the front panel of the wrapper otherwise in very good condition. The uncommon hard bound issue of Kesey, and His Merry Pranksters, book of essays.:

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        Animal Dreams

      London: Susan Allix, 2011. Hard Cover. Fine. Hard Cover. Number 14 of 15 copies. Numbered and signed by the artist. English book artist Susan Allix began making books in 1973 and has created over 50 books over the last 40 years. This is a collection of whimsical poems about 13 animals with charming full page, full color illustrations by Susan Allix. Featured animals include the cormorant, squid, hedgehog, playpus, elephant, and more. One of our favorite poems is about the hedgehog "A hedgehog's not the thing for me, with spines to fear and dread; though if I went to India, they might think I'm a bed." Each animal has its own introductory title page set in a typeface to match its character. Bound in yellow cloth with paper title label and illustration to front cover. The text is letterpress printed on Somerset mould made paper in Bell type. The illustrations are printed digitally with archival inks from Susan's original colored pencil drawings. Housed in a black corrugated folder with paper title label to spine. Unpaginated [61 pages]. ARTB/032613.

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        FABLES OF AESOP Printed from the Veronese Edition of MCCCCLXXIX in Latin Verses and the Italian Version by Accio Zucco. - (And:) The First Three Books of Caxton's Aesop Containing the Fables Illustrated in the Verona Aesopus of MCCCCLXXIX

      Verona: Officina Bodoni, 1973. 3 volumes. VERY RARE, LIMITED EDITION, number 26 of only 30 copies. With the Officina Bodoni prospectus laid-in. With 68 woodcuts after Liberale di Verona by Anna Bramanti, all hand-coloured by the Atelier Daniel Jacomet, Paris, coloured after a copy of the 1479 edition in the British library. 8vo, beautifully presented in fine bindings of full vellum decorated with Renaissance style gilt strap-work borders, the spines accomplished in green morocco lettered in gilt, top edges gilt, others untrimmed., in the original morocco-trimmed slipcase. 278, (1); 120, (1); 11, (ii, lxvi, (1) pp. An extremely fine set, as pristine, of this rare issue. THE VERY RARE ISSUE OF ONLY 30 COPIES, SPECIALLY BOUND AND PRESENTED. 'Aesop was born sometime around 620 B. C. in Greece, though the actual city is unknown. Many Grecian cities take credit for his birthright. None of his written fables are extant; but it is certain that his fables were popular in Athens during its most brilliant period of literary history. They were widely revered by such notables as Socrates and Plato.' One of the greatest of all classical works, presented by one of the greatest presses of the twentieth century. Will Carter, himself a fine printer, has said that Hans Marderstieg, the founder of the Officina Bodoni, was "probably the finest pressman the world has ever seen or is ever likely to see.

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        The Girl in the Plain Brown Wrapper (First American Hardcover Edition, inscribed in the year of publication)

      New York: J.B. Lippincott, 1973. First printing of this edition, and first American edition in hardcover. INSCRIBED in the year of publication on the front endpaper to Denver Post book editor Clarus Backus: "For Clair and Earlene / Thank you for one of those very good, very rare evenings / John D. MacDonald / 14 July '73." Laid in is a sheet of Denver Post stationery, a clipped article from The Denver Post by Ms. Backus about MacDonald's death, and a glossy Doubleday review photo from 1968, for the book "Three for McGee." & & Near Fine in a Very Good plus dust jacket. Bookplate of noted collector Duke Collier on the front pastedown. Jacket is lightly rubbed at the extremities, with a touch of the usual fading on the spine. A very nice and extremely scarce presentation copy of a key Travis McGee title.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        THE TURQUOISE LAMENT. [First Travis McGee mystery issued originally as a hardback]

      Philadelphia:: J. B. Lippincott,, 1973. First Edition. Very Good++. SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY JOHN D. MacDONALD. A Very Good++ hardback First Edition First Printing with foxing in a Very Good+ Dust Jacket with chips, short closed tears, minimal sun spine. Dust Jacket price clipped as is common with this title (likely related to publisher price increase), but "1073" code intact on flap. First Travis McGee mystery issued originally as a hardback rather than a paperback - which was issued in 1974. 8vo. 287 pp.

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        Cetology. A systematized exhibition of the whale in his broad genera: natural history excerpts from "Moby Dick" edited and illustrated by Ronald Keller

      New York and Bremen, Maine: The Red Angel Press. 1973. Artist&#39;s book, one of 100 copies, each signed and numbered by artist / printer / publisher, Ronald Keller. Page size: 9-5/8 x 10-3/4 inches; 48pp. Bound in brown paper over boards, brown kid spine, brown endpapers with woodcut printed in black of skeleton of whale, top of spine a bit rubbed and a touch sunned, book fine. Laid in is original Prospectus of the book, as well as the invoice from Red Angels Press to previous owner and ALS offering the book. The text is hand set and printed letterpress in Plantin and Times Roman on straw-colored laid paper. The seven pages with original woodcuts by Ronald Keller are printed on straw colored Nideggen paper. Of these, two are triple gate fold pages with shaped text surrounding the woodcut images of two whales. These two woodcuts are printed in brown and black. The remaining images are printed in black (bit of smudging from woodcuts). The size of each mammal is in proportion to the others. This is one of the earliest publications of Red Angel Press (second?) and is the start of a succession of elegantly printed books. <br>See an <A HREF= http://www.bookrouter.com/im/juvelisbks/10684.jpg >Image.</A><br>

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        13 FOIS ELLE ET MOI.

      - Zürich, Ernst Scheidegger, 1973. En feuilles : 48x61 cm. Ouvrage composé de 13 planches, toutes monogrammées et justifiées, imprimées sur papier Japon. Le tout conservé dans un portefeuille de carton contrecollé de papier moutarde, à dos de cuir noir, avec une étiquette xylographique collée sur le premier plat. Etui de même facture, à étiquette xylographique collée sur le plat inférieur. Ensemble en excellent état. Tiré à 91 exemplaires (n° 28). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        1973 - 1979 Collection of Limited Edition Printings of Fine Letterpress Items from The Biscuit City Press of Kingston, Rhode Island (with) a Group of Their Business Correspondence

      Kingston, Rhode Island: Biscuit City Press, 1973. Collection includes: 1973 The Sentence of the Court of King&#39;s Bench against Thomas Williams for the infamous crime of publishing Paine&#39;s Age of Reason # 44 of 60; 1973 The Idol by Paul Petrie, illust. by Sylvia Petrie # 67 of 110, signed only by the author (and with) a laid-in illustrated broadside by both, pencil signed by both, "After Finding A Spider Building a Nest in her Hair"; 1974 On Workhouses or a Memorandum of Essentials to be observed in the Arrangement & Discipline of Workhouses, issued by His Majesty&#39;s Poor Law Commissioners for England and Wales (edited from the original of 1834) # 47 of 62; 1975 Self-Abuse and other Irregularities # 8 of 15; 1975 The Indecent Advertisements Act, 1889 52 & 53 Victoria C. 18 # 6 of 28; 1976 The Act of Renunciation of Allegiance Adopted by the General Assembly of Rhode-Island and Providence-Plantations on the fourth Day of May 1776, # 242 of 250 printed on heavy (near-card weight) stock and laid-in to a plain purplish-red paper wrap cover with holding &#39;shelf&#39; for the sheets; 1976 A Caxton Quintet Being a Collection of Five Facsimiles from the Press of William Caxton Commemorating the 500th Anniversary of the Founding of his Press in England...# 137 of 155; (2 copies of) 1977 The Sayings of Poor Robin selected from James Franklin&#39;s Rhode-Island Almanack 1727-1735 # 19 & # 31 of 106, these on Charter Oak paper and with hand-colored illustrations; 1978 Animal Proverbs or Wisdom from Beastes (from the Collection in William Camden &#39;Remains Concerning Britain... &#39; London 1623) with very good charming wood engravings printed in dark blue by Fritz Eichenberg, one of 115 copies and signed by Fritz Eichenberg and Robert Gutchen; 1978 A Collection of Old English Proverbs Relating to Love and Marriage taken from the 1623 Edition of William Camden&#39;s Remains Concerning Britain. # 44 of 50 printed; 1978-1979 The Dildoides by Samuel Butler ca. 1672, # 34 of 85 (with) a laid-in &#39;With Compliments&#39; card from the Press and a printed announcement of the publication, in it&#39;s own Biscuit City Press printed wrap; 1979 The Vertues of Salad # 8 of 62 (with tissue-guarded black & white botanical plates printed in intaglio and with accompanying text taken from John Parkinson&#39;s &#39;Theatrum Botanicum..." London 1640, uncut and unbound sheets with plain wrap-around paper band and with a a two-color printed card from the press, having an illustration of their 1870 Albion press (and with) a publisher&#39;s booklet announcing the publication and availability, nicely sewn and printed as well and with one of the illustrations - also advertising Time Songs by Paul Petrie; 1979 Time Songs Poems by Paul Petrie Drawings by Sylvia Petrie, # 3 of 12 copies on Rives heavy paper, bound in half-dark blue cloth and modern marbled paper covered boards; all items printed and designed by Sylvia & Robert Gutchen at the Biscuit City Press and except for the last item, all in paper wraps, varying sizes from 2 1/2" x 4 1/2" to 9" x 12", average size about 6" x 8"; (with) a group of correspondence from the press: including 3 letters signed 1979-1980 from Robert Gutchen regarding publications and sales of available BCP items, interesting bibliographical content describing the work of the Press and availability of particular pieces, 2 of the letters 2-sided and all written on BCP letterheads, in Robert Gutchen&#39;s near-calligraphic hand in a sepia or blue ink; a short note on card by Gutchen concerning mailing of books; one hand-written invoice, with the request for items on a typewritten copy-carbon; a typewritten note regarding the proper order of sheets for the binder for "The Vertues of Salad"; small mailing envelope from the press, cancelled stamp 1979; and a few printed invoices for pieces bought from the Press, with hand-written details and typewritten addressed envelope from the buyer, bookseller-publisher Nicholas T. Smith of Bronxville, N.Y.; over 15 publications from this press, and with some interesting ephemeral material; occasional edge, tips wear to paper; all in very good condition and interesting American small press printing materials, accomplished on good papers on the press&#39; Albion letterpress. Biscuit City Press was founded by Professor Robert M. Gutchen, a professor of English History at the University of Rhode Island and which printed from its beginnings in 1970 to its last pressing in 1990. . First Edition. Very Good.

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        Gravity&#39;s Rainbow

      New York, Viking Press,, 1973. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine in red, parabolic arc to upper board in blind, top edge stained orange. With the dust jacket. An excellent copy in the price-clipped dust jacket rather faded at the spine and with a few short tears and a light stain to the verso. First Edition, First Printing. The author&#39;s masterpiece.

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        De l'inconvénient d'être né.

      Gallimard 1973 - - Gallimard, Paris _1973, 14x20,5cm, broché. - Edition originale pour laquelle il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers, un des exemplaires du service de presse. Envoi autographe signé de l'auteur à Roger Munier : "pour lui dire le grand plaisir que j'ai eu hier soir à parler avec lui de choses sans issue." Agréable exemplaire. . La Librairie Le Feu Follet offre aux clients AbeBooks 10% de réduction ainsi que les frais de port vers la France métropolitaine sur l'ensemble de son catalogue. Prix d'origine : 920 EUR. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        SLEEPING BEAUTY. Signed Typescript

      New York: [Published by Knopf in 1973], 1973 Ross Macdonald&#39;s carbon typescript for the novel marked as "Copy 3 - My Master Copy" on the tile page in his hand. 332 pages housed mostly in individual plastic sheets as was Macdonald&#39;s custom. Holograph notes, corrections, emendations throughout. ".the finest series of detective novels ever written by an American." - NY Times. "In &#39;Sleeping Beauty&#39;, Lew Archer finds himself the confidant of a wealthy, violent family with a load of trouble on their hands--including an oil spill, a missing girl, a lethal dose of Nembutal, a six-figure ransom, and a stranger afloat, face down, off a private beach. Here is Ross Macdonald&#39;s masterful tale of buried memories, the consequences of arrogance, and the anguished relations between parents and their children. Riveting, gritty, tautly written, &#39;Sleeping Beauty&#39; is crime fiction at its best." "Ross Macdonald remains the grandmaster, taking the crime novel to new heights by imbuing it with psychological resonance, complexity of story, and rich ness of style that remain awe inspiring. Those of us in his wake owe him a debt that can never be paid." Jonathan Kellerman. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        You&#39;ll Be Sick If You Spend All Your Time Indoors

      Petersburg Press in association with Waddington Galleries., 1973. Sheet size: 61 x 56 cm. Screenprint on heavy wove paper. Fine condition. Presented in a contemporary metal frame. Edition of 100. Signed and numbered in pencil lower right by Caulfield. From the sought after C Edition with larger margins and each print signed on the front by Caulfield. The A and B editions were printed without margins and only 6 images from each set were signed on the verso.

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        Apartheid and the Archbishop

      Cape Town: David Philip,, 1973. The Life and Times of Geoffrey Clayton Archbishop of Cape Town. Octavo. Original black boards, titles to spine gilt, turquoise endpapers, dust jacket. 8 black and white plates. An excellent copy in the lightly rubbed and frayed dust jacket. First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author on the title page "To Douglass & Dorothy Sheen with affectionate wishes, Alan Paton Christmas, 1973". Presentation copies of Paton&#39;s books are uncommon.

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        A Computer Perspective (First Edition, inscribed by Charles and Ray Eames to Henry Luce III)

      Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press, 1973. First Edition. First Edition. INSCRIBED to philanthropist and Time magazine publisher Henry Luce III by both authors on the front endpaper: "To Hank Luce / Charles and Ray / Jan 1, 1973." An attractive copy of this profusely photo-illustrated history of early computing with many two-color diagrams and photographs, detailing the technological advances of the collaboration between design and engineering. Charles and Ray Eames, innovative designers known largely for their modern furniture and architecture, were also active in industrial and graphic design. This publication covers the period from the 1890s to the 1940s, with a brief overview of the computer up to the 1970s. Near Fine in a Very Good plus dust jacket. Boards lightly bowed. Fragile jacket has light toning at the spine and extremities, chipping predominantly to the top edge, splitting at the spine hinges, and a two-inch closed tear at the crown.

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        Category, Fifty Drawings

      NY: Gotham Book Mart, 1973. One of 100 deluxe copies, signed by the artist and specially bound. A Gorey favorite, with fifty numbered cats, pictured in color, and posed in various settings and manners. Cat number thirty-one wears a striped scarf, standing on the seat of a unicycle with arms crossed. The original drawings of these cats were done to accompany the limited edition of Amphigorey. Spine faded and lightly spotted, else fine in blue cloth, in a toned blue slipcase with a few spots of foxing. (Toledano A50b).

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        The Biblical Message of Marc Chagall. Pref. by Jean Chatelain

      New York, Tudor Pub. Co. , 1973. 1st Edition. Complete with an original lithograph, 16 oils, 39 gouaches and 14 tapestries, ceramics, stained-glass windows reproduced. Subjects: Bible. O. T. --Illustrations. Bible--Influence. Fine cloth copy in a near fine, very slightly edge-nicked dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered.

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        Les Diners De Gala - with 3 Original Photographs

      New York: Felicie, Inc., 1973. OVERSIZED. 322pp, printed on fine glossy paper, bound in color illustrated cloth, with binding and hinges tight. The dust jacket is in a protective mylar cover, and is NOT price clipped. Illustrated with color photographs and Dali&#39;s art throughout. THREE ORIGINAL 8 X 10" PHOTOGRAPHS LAID-IN. 1) b/w photo of the book with its dust jacket [has small edge stain]. 2) b/w photo of Dali standing above a spread of food, photo used in the book. 3) b/w photo of Dali and a woman, both seated and relaxed, with the woman holding a striped cat (Dali&#39;s wife Gala?), photo not used in the book. COOKBOOK WITH RECIPES THROUGHOUT.. Hard Cover. VERY GOOD ++/Very Good ++. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

      [Bookseller: Monroe Bridge Books, MARIAB Member]
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        Aphrodisiac Girl (Bounce Girl)

      Oval Books 1973 - Oval OB-531. Paperback original. Reissue of Bounce Girl. Light reading crease along the front hinge, a small scuff on the spine, and light soiling on the edges of the pages. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Volunteer Paperbacks]
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        Dance Hall of the Dead (Signed)

      New York: Harper & Row, 1973. First edition / First printing.. Hardcover.. A near fine copy in a near fine dust jacket.. Octavo. SIGNED by the author on the title page. Hillerman&#39;s third novel, and second mystery featuring Navajo tribal detective Joe Leaphorn. Winner of the Edgar Award for Best Mystery Novel of the Year. Hillerman&#39;s success reinvigorated the detective form and opened it to a new generation of writers featuring detectives who not only plied their trades in different locations but brought to their jobs a much wider variety of qualifications than the tough-but-sensitive he-man types of earlier years. ~This is a clean and tight copy which is otherwise fine, but for some slight separation of the spine cloth from the binding at the top and some very faint spotting to top page edges. Dust jacket is clean overall (and would probably be considered &#39;fine&#39; by most), with just a bit of toning to rear panel and spine, and a touch of rubbing and wear to extremities. ~Overall, a beautiful copy with bold signature by Hillerman on the title page.

      [Bookseller: Bloody Rare Books, LLC]
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        The Great Taos Bank Robbery and Other Indian Country Affairs (First Edition, First Issue)

      Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 1973. First Edition. First Edition. Fine and unread in a Fine dust jacket. First issue dust jacket with only one image (of Shiprock) on the rear panel. An impeccable copy.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Breakfast of Champions

      n.p.: Delacorte Press/Seymour Lawrence, 1973. Signed by the author on the half-title page. First edition / First printing. Orange cloth. Just about fine in fine dust jacket..

      [Bookseller: Orpheus Books]
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        WINNIE-THE-POOH. Signed by the artist

      London, Methuen Children's Books, 1973.. FIRST EDITION WITH SHEPARD'S ILLUSTRATIONS IN COLOUR, LIMITED TO 300 NUMBERED COPIES SIGNED BY THE ARTIST AND HAND BOUND FOR THE PUBLISHER IN FULL MOROCCO BY ZAEHNSDORF, THIS BEING COPY No. 206. 8vo, 240 x 155 mm, 9½ x 6¼ inches, full crushed dark blue morocco, raised bands to spine with 3 blind stamped vignettes of Pooh in compartments, gilt lettered to spine, gilt vignette to upper cover of Christopher Robin pulling on his boots, back to back with Pooh, all edges gilt, colour pictorial map endpapers, 146 pages. All the original illustrations by Ernest Shepard now freshly water-coloured by the artist himself. This is the first time the book has been published with coloured illustrations throughout. Almost imperceptible fading to spine, minute mark at tail of spine, tiny narrow indentation to upper cover next to spine, 25 mm (1") very light score mark on lower cover next to fore-edge, no owner inscriptions, contents bright and clean. Near Fine in near Fine slipcase, cloth bound at top and bottom, also gilt lettered on spine with black Pooh vignettes and the same gilt vignette to front (slipcase a touch faded on spine). Ernest Shepard has signed the limitation page in ink. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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        Three Books from the Fantod Press IV: The Disrespectful Summons, The Abandoned Sock, The Lost Lions (Signed Limited Edition)

      Fantod Press distributed by Gotham Book Mart, 1973. First editions. Softcovers. Three volumes, all letter K from only 26 lettered copies. Text and illustrations by Gorey. All three booklets are in very fine condition in stapled wrappers in a fine slipcase. Signed by Gorey in all three volumes. Very scarce in this issue. (Toledano A48a, A51a, A55a)

      [Bookseller: Jeff Hirsch Books, ABAA]
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        A Song and A Diary For A (Signed Limited Edition)

      New York: Adventures in Poetry, 1973. First edition. Softcover. Copy S from an edition of only 26 lettered copies. Cover sheet with an illustration by Edward Gorey. A very near fine copy in stapled wrappers. Signed by both Elliott and Gorey on the colophon page. Scarce Gorey item.

      [Bookseller: Jeff Hirsch Books, ABAA]
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        American Review 16

      New York: Bantam, 1973. Printed wrappers, 164pp. Uncorrected proof. American 16 is the first appearance of the literary paperback under the Bantam imprint. In about fine condition, with light soiling and age toning to the covers, spine straight and tight, pages clean and unmarked, accept for author&#39;s autographs. Contributors include, Ralph Ellison, author of The Invisible Man, Allen Ginsberg, George Dennison, Maxine Kumin, Adrienne Rich, and Harold Brodkey, to name a few. Signed & Inscribed by Harold Brodkey: "To Burt / with admiration / Harold Brodkey" on the front cover, and also signed by Ralph Ellison at the start of his story, "Cadillac Flambe" Scarce Thus.. Signed. First Edition. Printed Wrappers. Fine.

      [Bookseller: Idler Fine Books]
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        Please Pass the Guilt (Signed First Edition)

      New York: The Viking Press, 1973. First Edition. First Edition. INSCRIBED by the author in the year of publication, on the half-title page: "For Ed / with love / Rex / August 31, 1973." Near Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket. Some foxing to the page edges, else a bright copy.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        El Capitan, Yosemite

      July 30. 1973.. Orig.-Buntstiftzeichnung. 55 x 42 cm. In sehr gutem Zustand. Vom Künstler eh. signiert, dat. u. bezeichnet.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag]
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        Autograph Letter Signed [Author of Norwood or A Tale of Village Life in New England; Seven Lectures to Young Men; Evolution and Religion; Life of Jesus the Christ; and Yale Lectures on Preaching, etc...]

      Peekskill, NY: Henry Ward Beecher, 1973. First edition. Loose_leaf. Very Good +. A Very Good + Autograph Letter Signed from the popular, influential, and controversial Congregationalist Preacher Henry Ward Beecher. Henry Ward Beecher (1813 &#150; 1887) was a highly popular, and highly controversial preacher, author, editor, and lecturer, an ardent and outspoken abolitionist, proponent of women&#39;s suffrage, supporter of Darwin&#39;s Theory of Evolution, and an advocate of temperance. Not only did Beecher speak against slavery, he took action against it by, for example, raising funds to purchase guns for those opposing slavery in Kansas and Nebraska, which rifles became known as "Beecher&#39;s Bibles". Beecher drew crowds of thousands to his weekly sermons and to his lecture tours and Abraham Lincoln said of Beecher that no one in history had "so productive a mind". After attending one of Beecher&#39;s sermons, Mark Twain described the preacher as "sawing his arms in the air, howling sarcasms this way and that, discharging rockets of poetry and exploding mines of eloquence, halting now and then to stamp his foot three times in succession to emphasize a point." The letter offered here, dated "Aug 4 &#39;73" and sent from Peekskill, New York (Beecher&#39;s home) to a fly trap manufacturer, occupies both sides of a single sheet of paper (measuring approximately 6" x 5") with a single horizontal fold for mailing. (The fold has cause a split across the letter very neatly taped across the letter&#39;s recto.) In the letter, Beecher writes: "Gentlemen / Have you any agency / for your fly traps in New York / City? - Why do you not / advertise them? - Say in / the Christian Union? // The one you sent me for / trial has done unexpectedly / well, and I would like / to get others. One in each / living room, in summer / would[?] go far to keep down / this nuisance [illegible]. // I find, for their effective working / that a [illegible] allowance of [illegible] / strong [illegible] , and water so / as to give out a smell, is / very useful." Beecher then signs the letter "Truly yours / Henry Ward Beecher". An excellent Henry Ward Beecher letter, dealing with a concern of daily life, offering advice on the use of fly traps, cleverly endorsing the product&#39;s performance and seeking a new advertiser for the Christian Union, one of the leading religious newspapers of the day, edited, of course, by Henry Ward Beecher. Letters from this important and influential Preacher are quite uncommon the market. An excellent AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED BY HENRY WARD BEECHER. QUITE SCARCE.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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