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      New York: Kennedy Graphics. Distributed graphics by Alan Wofsy Fine Arts. 1975 - Lithograph in 8 colors. Old Testament series. 100 x 66 cm. Edition of 100. Signed and numbered by the artist. Fern & O'Sullivan, 659. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        Salem's Lot

      Garden City:Doubleday , 1975. - VG/NF. 1st edition, 1st printing Finalist for the 1976 World Fantasy Award. Basis for the 1979 TV mini-series starring David Soul, James Mason, Lance Kerwin and Bonnie Bedalia and the 2004 TV movie starring Rob Lowe, Donald Sutherland and Andre Braugher. Book has minor shelf wear, lightly soiled top edges and one bumped corner. 2nd state jacket has sunned spine and lightly soiled rear panel, but hardly any of the creasing usually found with this book. We offer a LIFETIME GUARANTEE. See KHBOOKS for details. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ken Hebenstreit, Bookseller]
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        Voyage of the Eye. Afterword by Beaumont Newhall.

      New York: Aperture Inc., 1975 - Quarto. Original black cloth, titles to spine and upper board in silver. With the dust jacket. An excellent copy in the dust jacket. Illustrated throughout from photos. First edition, first printing. Inscribed by the author on the front pastedown "To Gerry with warm affection – Brett – 1976". Gerry Robinson was a photography historian and colleague of Weston. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        An Original Photograph of William S. Burroughs

      Columbia University , 1975. First Edition. Photograph. Near Mint. Taken at a Columbia University Reading on April 17, 1975 by Fred W. McDarrah. 8 x 10 black & white gelatin hand print from the original negative by McDarrah. Caption written on back by McDarrah, with his signature above his address label which is affixed to the back of the photo. Burroughs appears in tweed jacket and tie, gazing to the right. A wonderful image. McDarrah original prints are rarely offered outside the gallery market.

      [Bookseller: Third Mind Books]
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        In Praise of Darkness [Signed by Borges and by di Giovanni] [Elogio de la Sombra; Firmado por Borges y por di Giovanni]

      London: Allen Lane, 1975. First edition. Hardcover. Fine/near fine. A Fine, Superior, copy of the first edition, first printing (slight touch of pushing to the spine tail, slight gap between the spine head and the closed page block), in a Near Fine dust jacket (quite light rubbing to the edges, tiny closed tear to the front panel's upper edge, small wrinkle and tiny closed tear to the front panel's upper right corner), SIGNED BY JORGE LUIS BORGES WITH HIS FULL SIGNATURE AND TWO-LINE DRAWING, AND SIGNED BY THE TRANSLATOR NORMAN THOMAS DI GIOVANNI, on the half-title; a collection of Poems and short Prose pieces each of which is presented both in English and in Spanish and which, when published, was the first collection of Poems written by Borges in the then-prior 45 years with a book in mind. A founder, and principal practitioner, of postmodernist literature who saw himself as being primarily a Poet, Jorge Luis Borges and his work exerted a strong effect on Literature. In his New York Times review of "In Praise of Darkness", American poet, memoirist, translator, Hispanist, and comparatist Willis Barnstone stated: "This latest book by Borges is unified and dominated by darkness and sight, with often an ecclesiastic note as he recreates Heraclitus or the Apostle John or fragments from an apocryphal gospel. Borges is blind and therefore sees everywhere. Yet his is not an Isaiahan vision of heaven and destruction, and when he speaks through biblical figures it is as if he were talking to an old Argentine friend over a cup of maté. Indeed, he slips through historical and imaginary time periods in such a way as to prove that man is always man, always alone, caught in the beast of his body, the labyrinth, while living out the dream or illusion of a vision beyond the labyrinth." Of this translation, Barnstone noted: "The translation of the book is by Norman Thomas di Giovanni in collaboration with the author (except for one poem translated by John Updike). As in other skillful translations by this team, one cannot really speak of loss but of transformation. Borges's fiction and poems work equally well in Spanish and English, and the reader need not fear disparities." Copies of the book in English translation are surprisingly uncommon. Signed copies of the book, especially signed by both the Author and Translator, are as scarce as hen's teeth. A Fine copy, SIGNED BY JORGE LUIS BORGES WITH HIS FULL SIGNATURE AND TWO-LINE DRAWING, AND SIGNED BY THE TRANSLATOR NORMAN THOMAS DI GIOVANNI. QUITE SCARCE TO RARE.

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC]
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      New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan (1975). Uncorrected proof. A couple of small smudges or spots on the wrappers, else just about fine. Ownership Signature of Hunter S. Thompson on the front blank. Typed Letter Signed from Senior Editor Peggy Brooks to Thompson sending the proof and soliciting a blurb from him. Ultimately the book appeared with blurbs from Alison Lurie and Doris Grumbach, with nary a word from Thompson as near as we can tell, although he obviously saw fit to write his name in it. Kennedy and Thompson met in San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1960 and became lifelong friends after a series of acidic letter between the pair resulting from Kennedy's rejection of Thompson, who had applied for a position at the English-language newspaper where Kennedy was managing editor. Thompson turned his time as a young writer struggling in San Juan into his first novel, The Rum Diary, which was written in the early 1960's but not published until 1998. The first book in Kennedy's celebrated Albany cycle, with a notable association.

      [Bookseller: Between The Covers]
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        Paroles Peintes V

      Lazar-Vernet, Paris 1975 - In folio en feuilles sous chemise et étui. Gravures originales de Miro, Chilida, Bryen, Ubac, Bona, Matta, Lepatre, Tapiès et Lam. Tirage limité à 132 exemplaires , celui-ci un des 20 exemplaires nominatif ( Francis Ponge), manque la suite sinon bel exemplaire.

      [Bookseller: La Basse Fontaine]
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        Cave Birds

      The Scolar Press, 1975 - Drawings by Leonard Baskin One of [about 125] numbered copies of which 100 for sale, signed by the author and the artist Elephant folio Sight spotting and marking to a few of the plates, not affecting images, otherwise a very nice copy. Presentation Copy, inscribed by the author in the year of publication: "To Dodo & Eric with lots of love from Ted and Carol 17th August 1975" The inscription is to the author’s close friend Eric Walter White, the poet, editor, translator and composer, and his wife Dorothy. This sumptuous production comprises ten poems each with a facsimile of the author’s manuscript or typescript tipped-in on the facing page, loose as issued in original paper-covered boards folder with printed label, folio, this laid into a well in a larger burlap covered folding box (with printed label and ties) which also contains, loose as issued, the ten drawings on larger paper and the main title-page (tissue guard missing). This copy furthermore contains a Scolar Press flyer advertising the book (lightly spotted). [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Bertram Rota Ltd]
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        Briefe und Aufzeichnungen (7 Bde.). Gesamtausgabe.

      Kassel, Bärenreiter, 1962-1975 - 8°, zus. ca. 4000 S., wenige Textabb., OLwd. m. OU., Farbkopfschnitt., Alle Bde.: OU etw. beschienen, Bd. 1, 3, 5, 6, 7 OU-Kapitale m. kl. Randrissen, insgesamt gute Exemplare. Hg. von der Intern. Stift. Mozarteum Salzburg. Gesammelt und erläutert von W. A. Bauer und O. E. Deutsch.Bd. 1:1755 - 1776; Bd. 2: 1777 - 1779; Bd. 3:1780 - 1786; Bd. 4: 1787 - 1857; Bd. 5: Kommentar l/ll; Bd. 6: Kommentar ll/lV; Bd. 7: Register. Umschlag v. Boehland. 9000 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej]
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        HISTOIRE D’O.

      - Paris, Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 1975. Petit in-4 en feuilles (22x28) sous chemise imprimée avec le titre gaufré, encarté dans un coffret de toile rouge (34x40) , titre doré au premier plat, 184pp. Ouvrage illustré par des lithographies érotiques en couleurs de LEONOR FINI; il a été tiré à 800 exemplaires, celui-ci étant l’un des 762 sur Ingres ACCOMPAGNE D’UNE LITHOGRAPHIE ORIGINALE SIGNEE DE L’ARTISTE (29x38).Traces minimes au coffret avec une auréole claire, mais l’ouvrage lui-même est en bon état. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: LA BOUQUINERIE]
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      Milano; Franco Sciardelli, 1975 - First edition, LIMITED EDITION #29 of 50 copies in a total edition of 60 copies. Folio, 34pp., illustrated with 7 original acqueforti (Etchings) by Bepi Romagnoni. SIGNED BY BOTH SANESI & ROMAGNONI.Text in Italian." Roberto Sanesi, was one of the most remarkable Italian writers of his generation. A highly accomplished and prolific poet, he was capable of working in a great variety of metrical forms, and was a master of free verse. His poetry, always imbued with a certain intellectuality, ranged extensively from the confessional and anecdotal to the philosophical and metaphysical, and he could shift register with extraordinary skill, from the lyrical to the factual to the speculative, within the bound of a single poem. In this respect he had learned much from TS Eliot and Ezra Pound, whose formal diversities and virtuoso uses of poetic impersonality he adapted with great originality to his own purposes in Italian. Sanesi was also a major translator of English and American poetry, making available for the first time much of the historical and modernist canons of British, Irish and American verse. He directed Italian versions of plays by Shakespeare, Marlowe and Eliot, and wrote and translated libretti for operatic productions, including Benjamin Britten's The Turn Of The Screw. A sensitive, respected and enthusiastic art critic, he was greatly loved by those whose work he championed. He created his own form of quick and fanciful pictorial calligraphy, and exhibited and published it with great success. He was also a gifted teacher and broadcaster. " Very scarce. A fine copy in publishers original case. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Grove's dictionary of music and musicians

      - Bibliografías colectivas.(013) Música. Géneros musicales. Métodos y estudios de Música para los distintos instrumentos. Enciclopedias. Inglés. (78(031)=20) Biografías. (929(100)) Macmillan. London etc. 1975. 23 cm. 10 v. : il. Encuadernación en tapa dura de editorial con sobrecubierta ilustrada. Edited by Stanley Sadie. Indice. Música. -Enciclopedias. Músicos. -Enciclopedias. Idioma: inglés . Cubierta deslucida. ISBN: 0-333-23111-2 23F [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Alcaná Libros]
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        My Life and Times

      Playboy Press, New York 1975 - First edition. Large quarto. Spine a little faded, else fine in silk covered boards in slipcase, lacking the dustwrapper. One of 500 numbered copies Signed by the author, this copy is designated as "Copy P" and in addition to being signed is additionally Inscribed by the author to Sydney Omarr: "For Sydney Omarr. Cheers! 1/13/72." Omarr was the "astrologer to the stars" and published a daily horoscope that appeared in more than 200 newspapers. His books of horoscopes sold over 50 million copies. He started out during the Second World War at the age of 17 when his predictions of horse races, boxing matches, and other sporting events were broadcast on Armed Forces Radio. Omarr and Miller became close friends, sharing the same tastes. Omarr liked to surround himself with beautiful women and was the personal adviser to Jayne Mansfield, Rita Hayworth, Kim Novak, and Mae West, among others. Omarr wrote a book on Miller, *Henry Miller: His World of Urania*, and Miller wrote the introduction to *Sydney Omarr's Astrological Guide to 1973* and the liner notes to the record album *Presenting Sydney Omarr*. A very nice association. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        My People in Jazz.

      Tokyo, Yamate Shobo, 1975 - Folio, original laminated card wraps in heavy card dust jacket. Very good, the jacket just a touch rubbed. Black and white and colour photographs. First edition, only issued in Japan. This copy dated and warmly inscribed, in an elegant block printed script, by the author on the front free endpaper, "Bernard; Nice to meet and have known you, Through our friend in jazz, Ann, Thanks for everything, K. Abe, July 1 '80." Inscribed to Bernard LaMotte (1903-1983), a prominent American-born artist who lived for much of his life in France. It was at his Paris studio, Le Bocal, that his friend Antoine de Saint- Exupery wrote the Le Petit Prince and where LaMotte illustrated Exupery's Flight To Arras. A very nice copy of a scarce and fragile publication, this with excellent provenance. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Man Ray

      London: Thames and Hudson,, 1975. With 154 illustrations, 20 in colour. Octavo. Original pictorial wrappers. Illustrations throughout. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression, softcover issue. Signed and with a pastel drawing by the author on the half-title.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Man Ray. With 154 illustrations, 20 in colour.

      London: Thames and Hudson, 1975 - Octavo. Original pictorial wrappers. An excellent copy. Illustrations throughout. First edition, first impression, softcover issue. Signed and with a pastel drawing by the author on the half-title. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Ausgewählte Gedichte. Mit einundzwanzig Illustrationen von Roswitha Quadflieg.,

      Hamburg, Raamin-Presse, 1975 - 42 S. mit 21 ganzs. Radierungen, Buchschmuck und einer lose beigelegten num. und sign. Radierung von Roswitha Quadflieg. 6. Druck der Raamin-Presse. - Katalog "Rijksmuseum Meermanno-Westreenianum" 6; Katalog "Zwanzig Jahre Raamin-Presse" S. 49-57; Zwang, 60 Pressendrucke in Handeinbänden 41 (alle mit Abbildungen); Tiessen 12; Spindler 71.9. - Nr. 9 von 10 Ex. (GA 60). Impressum von der Künstlerin sign. - Druck auf Arches Bütte in der 12 und 20 Punkt Breitkopf-Fraktur, Initialen in der 36 Punkt Oud Hollands. Bindearbeiten von Christian Zwang, Hamburg. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 550 Gr.-8°, HLeder, marmoriertes Deckelbezugspapier, Pp.-Schuber

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      Black Sparrow Press, Santa Barbara 1975 - First Edition. #218 of 250cc signed by Bukowski on the colophon. Top edges just lightly sunned, otherwise a fine copy in publisher's illustrated boards and mylar jacket. Krumhansl 51c. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kenneth Mallory Bookseller, ABAA]
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      New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1975. First. First edition. Small owner's name and a small offset spot, both on the front fly, else fine in near fine dustwrapper. Signed by Gaddis on the title page. A nice copy of this National Book Award-winning novel. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Miro: Lithographs. Volumes 1-4.

      Maeght. Tudor, Paris. New York - A catalogue raisonne of Miro's lithographs. Four volumes, limited edition, published between 1975 and 1981, covering Miro's work from 1930 to 1972. They contain all of the original lithographs that were to be executed by Miro for the catalogue raisonne; the final two volumes, 5 and 6, contain photographic reproductions of his lithographic work. There are 34 original lithographs by Miro, pulled by Mourlot. A scratch or two on the glassine covers; the slip-cases are worn. The four volumes, plates and dust jackets, are in mint condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: JMHunt]
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        Édouard Manet. Catalogue raisonné.

      Paris & Lausanne: La Bibliothèque des Arts. 1975 - 2 vols. Size 28 x 38 cm. Volume I: Peintures, 308 pp., 4 color pl., 430 black and white ill. Volume II: Pastels, aquarelles et dessins, 277 p., 4 color pl., 679 black and white. In 1975, this new revised and corrected edition of the catalogue raisonné of the work of Édouard Manet was published, listing the paintings in a first volume, with the pastels, watercolors and drawings in the second. Each reproduction is the object of extensive notes, and the whole completed by various annexes: a list of exhibitions, a bibliography, an index of titles and proper names, and a topographical index.

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        Joan Miró Lithographs. Volumes 1-6 (I, II, III, IV, V & VI), the complete set in English.

      New York and Paris: Tudor/Amiel/Maeght-1992, 1975 - 4to. The complete set in 6 volumes, lacking the 34 original color lithographs except the original lithograph dust-jackets are present. All volumes clothbound in dust jackets and acetate dust jackets; in excellent condition. Volume 1: 1930-1952, 236 pages, 189 color plates; Volume 2: 1953-1963, 254 pages, approx. 200 color plates; Volume 3: 1964-1968, 217 pages, and over 200 color plates; Volume 4: 1969-1972, 210 pages and over 200 color plates; Volume 5: 1972-1975, 192 pages, 210 color plates; Volume 6: 1976-1981, 200 pages, 180 color plates. References: Freitag 6573; Cramer 160, 198, 230 and 249.

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        Joan Miro Lithographs: Volume II

      Leon Amiel, New York 1975 - First English language edition. Folio. Fine in fine dustwrapper and possibly original, unprinted plastic overjacket with a small tear on the spine, in fine original unprinted cardboard slipcase. Catalogue raisonne with eleven original lithographs. One of 5000 copies, this copy unnumbered. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        JOAN MIRO LITHOGRAPHS 1953 - 1963. Volume 2 only of 6. 12 ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHS.

      New York, Leon Amiel, 1975.FIRST AMERICAN EDITION 1975, translated from the French, Volume 2 only of 6, edition limited to 5000 numbered copies, this copy out of series and unnumbered, large 4to, 320 x 245 mm, 12½ x 9¾ inches, 200 lithographs, most full page and most in colour, plus 12 ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPHS, including the DUSTWRAPPER, 5 double page, 253 pages, in original publisher's cream cloth, red lettering to spine, red endpapers, in DUSTWRAPPER with green promotional wraparound band, plus publisher's outer acetate dustwrapper and plain cardboard slipcase. Book in FINE condition, both dustwrappers also FINE, showing no wear, slipcase very slightly worn. This is Volume 2 (1953 - 1963) of a 6 volume Catalogue Raisonne of the lithographs of Miro. The original lithographs were printed by Mourlot in Paris. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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        Miro: Lithographs. Volume II. 1953-1963.

      Leon Amiel. Maeght Editeur, Paris and New York 1975 - First limited edition. The English translation of Miro's lithographic work from 1953 to 1963. There are 12 stunning original colour lithographs by Miro, pulled by Mourlot. The book, its lithographs and the dust jacket are as new. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: JMHunt]
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        Joan Miró Lithographs II

      New York: Leon Amiel, 1975. 1953-1963. 254 pp. Contains 12 original lithographs. Preface by Raymond Queneau. Cramer, 198.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        Ugly Rumours

      London: Allen & Unwin. (1975). His first book, a novel set in Vietnam, about a Special Forces lieutenant and a sergeant serving as advisor to a Vietnamese Infantry Division. Not published in this country, and the author has pointedly refused to list it among his "previous publications" on his later books or allowed it to be reprinted. His memoir, In Pharaoh's Army, alludes somewhat disparagingly to the novel he was writing while he was serving in Vietnam, presumably Ugly Rumours. Wolff is one of the most highly regarded short story writers in America, winner of the PEN Faulkner Award, and his memoir This Boy's Life was made into a memorable movie. A novel by him on the pivotal event of his generation -- the Vietnam war -- is a notable contribution to contemporary literature, regardless of the author's opinion of its quality. This copy is signed by Wolff, and scarce thus, presumably because of his feelings detailed above. A fine copy in a very near fine dust jacket with some shallow scratching to the lamination. First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Otto Bauer - Werkausgabe. Band 1 bis Band 9. Herausgegeben von der Arbeitsgemeinschaft für die Geschichte der österreichischen Arbeiterbewegung. Herausgeberkomitee: Manfred Ackermann, Karl Czernetz, Heinz Fischer, Gottfried Hatzl, Ernst K. Herlitzka, Heinz Kienzl, Fritz Klenner, Wanda Lanzer, Eduard März, Hugo Pepper, Alois Piperger, Erich Pogats, Hans Schroth, Joseph T. Simon, Karl R. Stadler, Ernst Winkler, Stefan Wirnlandner.

      Wien, Europa, 1975 - 1980.. 9 Bde. Pag. [pro Bd. ca. 1000 S.]. OLwd. m. OSch.. In neun Bänden komplett. - Leichte Lichtschatten, schöne Expl. - Bauer, (1881 - 1938), war nach dem Studium der Rechtswissenschaften an der Univ. Wien (Promotion 1906, Die Nationalitätenfrage und die Sozialdemokratie, 1907, (2)1924) politisch und publizistisch für die österr. Sozialdemokratische Partei tätig, seit 1907 als Redakteur der "Arbeiter-Zeitung"; er war Mitbegründer des theoretischen Parteiorgans "Der Kampf". 1918/19 Staatssekretär im Außenministerium, vertrat der Theoretiker und Wortführer des Austromarxismus eine radikale nationalstaatliche Lösung in Mitteleuropa. Bauer war maßgeblich an der Gestaltung der österr. Verfassung von 1920 beteiligt und verfaßte 1926 das Linzer Programm der Sozialdemokratischen Partei. Nach dem Scheitern des Februaraufstandes 1934 floh er in die Tschechoslowakei und emigrierte 1938 nach Frankreich. Bauer veröffentlichte u.a. Die österreichische Revolution (1923, Nachdruck 1965) und Zwischen zwei Weltkriegen? Die Krise der Weltwirtschaft, der Demokratie und des Sozialismus (1936). Postum erschien seine Einführung in die Volkswirtschaftslehre (1956, hrsg. von Ernst Winkler und Benedikt Kautsky). (DBE)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek]
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        Il sorriso del Buddha.

      Pancheri, Rovereto. 1975 - Al frontespizio titolo e autore manoscritti a matita. Stampato in torchio a mano in n° 30 esemplari ad personam numerate da 1/30 a 30/30 (15/30) e n° 10 copie d’autore numerate da I/X a X/X. Libro d’artista con una pagina in bianco con testo in nero e viceversa altra pagina in nero con testo i bianco. Critico d’arte e saggista di origine istriana, ha al suo attivo varie migliaia di corrispondenze, in gran parte dalla Francia, la Gran Bretagna, i Paesi Bassi e la Svizzera, pubblicate su più di quaranta fra quotidiani e periodici italiani, francesi, svizzeri e americani, e varie monografie di autori contemporanei, cataloghi di mostre, raccolte di poesia e poesia visiva, cartelle di grafica, multipli e libri d’artista. Rarissimo. Formato: [24] c., 21x21, m.t. Buono.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige]
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        Bunker Archeologie

      Centre Georges Pompidou - CCI, Paris 1975 - coll. couv. sple. un peu fottée rabats ill. n&b. 20x24cm. 660gr. 186pp. ill. n&b. état excellen ed. orig. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: A Balzac A Rodin]
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        When Money Dies: The Nightmare of the Weimar Collapse

      William Kimber, London 1975 - Small mark on front endpaper. The dustwrapper is not price clipped and is protected. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Beach Hut Books]
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        THE POET'S HAND BOOK. Signed By 24 Poets with Drawings.

      NP. [New York]: ND, [1968 -1975]., New York - Ginsberg, Allen, et al. THE POET'S HAND BOOK. Signed. NP. [New York]: ND, [1968 -1975]. First edition 1 of 1 copy. A collection of 24 mostly "Beat" poet hands drawn with poetic license by their owner's other hand [well] - mostly from the late 60's; the earliest dated '68 - the latest dated '75 including the paws of Ginsberg & Corso, Bill Berkson. Dick Gallup, Anne Waldman, John Giorno, Ron Padgett, Joe Brainard, Gerald Malanga, Jim Carroll, Ted Berrigan, & others - in a 30 page Artist's 9" x 12" unpaginated Sketch Book in basically fine condition. I don't remember who started it all - one of the crew. The first hand is Berkson's & the last is signed Gregory Nunzio Corso in full. [Saroyan's is a loose insert on card stock] Ginsberg's hand "ah" is that of the master - in itself worth the price of admission, neatly adorned with AG Mantras. All in all a Hip New York moment in the continuum - a remarkable relic from the period, 23 original ink drawings. Unique. The Lefties win on paper 14 2 10 but only on paper. In excellent condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Salem's Lot

      Doubleday 1975 - First Edition, First Printing SIGNED by Stephen King on a laid in signature. The book states "First Edition" on the copyright page and has the first issue point with code Q37 printed on P. 439. This original dustjacket has benefitted from professional restoration. The end result is a beautiful dustjacket that is rich in color, with no chips or tears. The book is in nice shape with minor wear to the edges. The binding is tight, and the pages are clean. There is no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a sharp clean copy of this true first edition SIGNED by the author. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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