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        Surimono: Prints by Elbow

      Lovejoy Press, Washington, D.C. 1980 - Limited edition. This is number nine hundred and ninety-nine of one thousand and fifty copies. Folio. 494pp. Tipped in page 49A (omitted from limited edition print run). Chartreuse silk cloth stamped with white lettering on front board and spine. Preface by David Waterhouse. Introduction by Alfred H. Marks. Corners modestly worn, else fine. Errata slip laid in. Illustrated with numerous woodblock prints accompanied with poetry and descriptions. Contributions by artists such as: Eisen, Gakutei, Gekko, Hiroshige, Hokusai, Hokkei, Kosai, Kosetsu, Kunimasa, Kuninori, Masunobo, Matora, Rinsai, Renchu Ryoshoko, Sessen, Toyoharu, Toyokuni, Utamaro, Utamasa, with writings by Shashofuku Michizure, Isosuzu Kawabito, Senbatei Teodori, Chiyo Matsuhiko, Sansoitei Shinko, Shihan Hoshi, Akatsukiken Urafune, Rogo, Ki no Mamanari, and many more. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        The Bullfighter (The Golden Calf)

      New York: Levine and Levine, 1980. Original color lithograph. 22-3/8 ix 17 inches image on sheet size 29-1/4 x 20-7/8 inches.& (745 x 535 mm sheet size). On of 65 singned and numbered H.C. proofs on Arches. Field 80-1; Michler & Löpsinger, no. 1523 (as Golden Calf).

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        Still Life with Woodpecker

      New York: Bantam Books, 1980: Signed. Uncorrected Proof of the First Edition, in printed wraps. Released in a small number prior to the release of the first American trade hardcover edition, and never truly commercially available. Signed by Tom Robbins on the half-title page. In Good+ condition. Slightly over opened at front hinge with light separation to spine and page block. Wraps show light soiling and light wear, and indents to surface. Reading creases tot he spine. Signed.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Three Large Photographs taken at a Gay Pride Parade

      [San Francisco?. circa 1980]. Three black and white photographs, measuring 11" x 14", laid into mat frames, with tissue guards, mounted inside three large portfolios, measuring 14.75" x 19". Each photograph has been very lightly hand-colored with tonal highlights (light pink, lavender, and blue), very sparingly and neatly applied mostly on dresses and other clothing. A fine set of compelling images of lesbian, gay, and transgender parade participants, most likely taken at a San Francisco Gay Freedom Day (Gay Pride) Parade duing the late 1970s/early 1980s. The large, close-up images include a topless woman in a studded leather harness flanked by teenage boys; two transgender women marching in drag; and a group of Native American men sitting together on a blanket (one of whom is wearing a T-shirt: "Gay American Indians") alongside children playing in a crowded park. The two women in drag are carrying handmade signs that read: "We Queen's are the first in the Kingdom we come with a message of Love & Peace understanding" and "I am Universal." Although we have been unable to positively identify where the photographs were taken, they all closely resemble Ted Sahl's famous series of photographs of the San Francisco Pride Parades taken from 1977-1984. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Selected Plays

      Franklin Center, Pennsylvania: The Franklin Library. 1980. First. First edition. Full leather gilt. Fine. One of an unspecified number of copies Signed by the author with a special message not included in the trade edition. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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      London: Faber and Faber, 1980. First editions, first prnts. Each volume is signed by Golding on the title page. CLOSE published in 1987 (ISBN:0571147798) and FIRE in 1989 (ISBN:0571152031). Laid-in RITES is a digital photo of Golding with a UK bookseller at a 1992 booksigning event. RITES has two small indentations on the front pastedown upper corner with two corresponding impressions on the dustjacket flap and a small rubbed spot on the topedge which has caused a tiny nick on the topedge of a few text pages; the book is in Near Fine condition in a Near Fine dustjacket with a Durafold mylar cover. CLOSE AND FIRE are in Fine condition in a Fine dustajcket with a Durafold mylar cover. RITES was the Booker winner in 1980. Golding's Sea Trilogy in its original publications.Signed by Author. First Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7?" - 9?" tall. The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

      [Bookseller: Revere Books, ABAA & IOBA]
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        Real War

      Warner Books 1980 - One of only 50 copies of the signed limited reserved for presentation by the author, Richard Nixon. this copy is number 50 of 50, and is inscribed by Nixon to Cye Mandel, a prominent Miami restauranteur and casino operator with alleged ties to organized crime. Fine in a fine original slipcase. First printing May 1980 stated on the copyright page and complete row of numbers. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bookbid]
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        Henry Moore: Catalogue of Graphic Work, Volume III, 1976-1979

      Geneva: Patrick Cramer. 1980. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine. Volume 3 only. Signed by Moore on the limitation page -- this is number 133 of 200 copies of the deluxe edition. 1980. Hardcover, small folio. Illustrated throughout. A Near Fine, tight, clean copy in a Very Good dust jacket with light fading and edgewear. The limitation page states that books from this edition numbered 101-175 contain a signed lithograph, but the lithograph appears to be lacking from this volume. Signed by Moore. DJ comes in a mylar wrap. Digital images available upon request.

      [Bookseller: Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB]
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      Kraus International Publications (1980), Millwood, NY - Four volumes. Quarto. Bound in blue cloth with titles in gilt on a black ground Reproduces the subject cards (with some author and catchword title entries) for this outstanding collection. Nearly 45,000 entries. (Sheehy AA390). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: First Folio A.B.A.A.]
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        Wholeness and the Implicate Order

      Routledge & Kegan Paul, London 1980 - London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1980. True First Edition, prior to the 1980 and apparent 1981 corrected versions. Octavo, 224 pp., navy boards with silver spine imprinting, Purple dustjacket with circle design (the jacket, with this first edition, is of a deeper purple shade than for the subsequent two hardcover versions). SUBSTANTIAL UNDERSCORING by a previous owner, on approximately half of the pages; jacket price has been clipped; offset to endpapers. Without the underlining, this would be a somewhat better than Very Good copy. This is the scarce uncorrected true first edition, with no corrections noted on the copyright page (see scan). Celebrated quantum physicist David Bohm's relatively concise offering of his notions regarding the implicate and explicate orders of reality - that the apparent specificness of qualities such as location, and the perceived separateness of things (whether particles or people), that being the explicate order, may in fact be only a semi-autonomous, and certainly temporary, reflection of a greater, underlying, undivided whole (the implicate order). Bohm's thinking in this regard is part of what has led to a variety of hypotheses about the universe, as perceived by us, being "holographic". L67 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Singularity Rare & Fine]
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        The Surgeon's Mate.

      Collins, London, 1980 - Octavo. Original red boards, titles to spine gilt. With the price-clipped dust jacket. A sharp clean copy with just a hint of fading to the spine panel, an excellent copy. First edition, first impression. The Seventh in the Aubrey / Maturin seies. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        The Surgeon’s Mate.

      London: Collins 1980 - First edition, 8vo, 315, (1) pp. Cloth, d.w., not price clipped, with the Author’s name on the spine faded, a near fine copy.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB)]
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        Hamburg 1929 - 1995). Zwischenspiel. Farbradierung von 1980. Signiert, datiert u. nummeriert 28/50. 43,5 x 32,5 cm.,

      1980 - Frielinghaus 116.- Unvollendete Platte und nicht in die Serie 'Caprice 2' aufgenommen. Die Auflage wurde 1992 gedruckt und vom Verlag St. Gertrude, Hamburg, herausgegeben. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K.]
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        Riddley Walker

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1980. Octavo. Original black boards, spine lettered in gilt, grey endpapers. With the dust jacket. Spine rolled; an excellent copy in the bright jacket that has a toned spine. First edition, first impression. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the the title page to the author John Baxter. Scarce inscribed.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      Neville Publishing, Santa Barbara, CA 1980 - Copy Z of 26 lettered and SIGNED copies bound in full black leather of a total edition of 326 of this chapter originally intended for O'Brien's prize- winning GOING AFTER CACCIATO but left out and first published here. It was incorporated in altered form in THE THINGS THEY CARRIED. Fine as issued, without dustwrapper [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Speaking Of Courage

      Neville Publishing, Santa Barbara, CA 1980 - 20 pages. First edition, first printing. One (D) of 26 lettered copies signed by O'Brien. Originally written as a chapter for Going After Cacciato. Fine leather book without dust jacket as issued. A beautiful copy! [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Fireproof Books]
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        Mind''s Eye

      Martin Secker & Warburg Ltd, 1980-02-25. Hardcover. VeryGood/vg. First Edition, tight binding, light creasing, rubbing, nicking and chipping to price-clipped Dust Jacket, \r\n.First Edition.Dust Jacket available.Jacket Condition: vg

      [Bookseller: kbooks]
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        Color 1941-1980

      Matrix, Providence, RI 1980 - First edition. Square folio. Very slight fading at the spine, just about fine in a near fine cloth slipcase with some fading at the extremities. Signed by the author. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Park City

      Albuquerque and New York: Artspace Press and Castelli Graphics in association with Aperture. (1980). First. First edition. Large square quarto. Fine in fine dustwrapper that is a trifle rubbed at the spine ends. A lovely copy of an uncommon and impressive volume, the second of a trilogy of cutting edge modern conceptual photography books by this artist. Parr and Badger, The Photobook Volume 2, p. 34. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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      New York: Harmony Books, 1980 - INSCRIBED by Penn on the half title to photographer Irwin Block First edition. 4to. Illustrated with color photographs throughout. 94, [2] pp. Publisher's beige cloth, fine. In lightly worn dustjacket [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        I am the third".

      Color lithograph, 103 x 72 cms. Signed 'Pistoletto' and dated (1980) in the lower middle. Numbered (6/6) and annotated 'P.P.' in the lower left. SEE ILLUSTRATION. - Color lithograph, 103 x 72 cms. Signed 'Pistoletto' and dated (1980) in the lower middle. Numbered (6/6) and annotated 'P.P.' in the lower left. SEE ILLUSTRATION. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Luiscius Books]
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        For a Song. Natalia d'Arbeloff. [Limited Edition, Handbound Artist's Book with Colored Etchings & Etched Text].

      (c) 1980 Natalie d'Arbeloff NdA Press 6 Cuff Villas London NW1 9AL England. "Number 12 of only 15 copies; with extra, dated inscription by NdA: [-]'s copy since 9th Oct. 1986. - [Colophon:] These poems were written in 1976-77. The etchings were done in 1978. This book was printed in 1980 by NdA on an etching press. The edition comprises: A unique copy including colour proofs, vellum-bound. 15 copies as follows: 1-5 Black ink on white Hondomura paper. Natural goatskin binding. 6-10 White ink on black paper. Black suede binding. 11-15 Black and brown ink on Barcham Green RWS White Wove. Natural goatskin binding. [this copy is from this series] Bindings, with embossed vellum panels, were designed by NdA and made by Rachel Ward-Sale (unique copy and copies No. 1 and No. 6) and by Robert Wallace-Hadrill. [In pencil under embossed NdA monogram:] This is copy No. 12 [-]. Size of binding: 6 3/8 in. x 6 6/8 in., containing 7 colored (brown & gray/black) etchings, with loose tissue guards, illustrating 7 poems, each with a separate, etched title leaf: these & the titlepage & colophon leaf are etched plates with white lettering on a black/gray surface. The image sizes vary slightly (approx. 3 in. x 4 in., or slightly larger), and are printed into the thick paper deeply, to produce embossed mirror images on the back of each illustration page. Embossed NdA mongram page, followed by etched colophon/copyright page. Titles of poems: [1] Now That We've Met; [2] You Know You Can Have Me; [3] In The Hierarchy Of Pleasure; [4] You Have The Power; [5] Listen, I Don't Want To Understand You; [6] Everything In My Life; [7] I Am The Paper Bound in full natural, tan goatskin with a darker tan/brown, embossed panel in the center of the front and back covers, which reproduce the sixth etched illustration (Everything In My Life); black suede paste-downs & purple/brown-surfaced paper endpapers. Preserved in a sturdy, drop-back clamshell box, measuring: 7 1/8 in. x 7 3/8 in. x 1 1/4 in. (thick); this box is covered in black cloth with the title visible as black lettering on a gray surface on the spine; interior of box is lined with a cream-colored suede. The box and book are in fine condition. This entirely etched & embossed book is one of Natalie d'Arbeloff's finest creations. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Typed Letter, signed ("Robert Motherwell"), to Nancy McDonald of Spanish Refugee Aid Inc. of NY

      909 North Street, Greenwich, CT: 909 North Street, March 31, 1980. 4to. 2 pp. typed on letterhead. Fine, in brown cloth chemise . Lengthy typed letter with excellent content concerning Motherwell's uneasy negotiation of Spanish politics and art. In 1980 the Jaun March Foundation and the Catalan bank La Caixa organized the first exhibition of Motherwell's work in Spain. His series of works titled Elegies for the Spanish Republic, begun in 1949 and continued until his death in 1991, totaled more than 170 works and would strongly link the artist with anti-Francosim and the lost Spanish Republic. However, as this letter demonstrates, in person, Motherwell maintained a professional, neutral stance, and seemed to have trouble engaging the Spanish in any political conversation. Reading, in part: "I didn't realize at the time of the New York Times announcement that, though the Juan March Foundation originated the show, in Barcelona it was under the auspices of the largest savings bank in Catalonia, 'la Caixa,' at a small museum they have acquired. If I understand correctly, it is either Spanish or certainly Catalonian law that such a bank must spend 50% of it's annual profits on culture - The Jaun March Foundation, as far as I can tell, is almost an exact equivalent of the J.S. Guggenheim Foundation here - They seem extremely wealthy, honorable in intent, and highly efficient - I mean an almost IBM-corporate efficiency, shattering every cliché about 'mañana' (what is ironic is that the fabulously wealthy Juan March was the financial backer of Franco, and yet in my show are major 'Elegies to the Spanish Republic.'). My impression, for what it's worth, is that there's a kind of understanding that anything scholarly or artistic can be done as long as one stays away from partisan politics. For instance, Barcelona insisted that I be present and treated me beautifully, while the Juan March people [from Madrid] had implied that it wasn't necessary to go to Barcelona, and immediately descended on the scene. As you know, there are tremendous Separatist movements in Spain - Being a fish swimming in foreign waters, I asked various people who know the scene what to do, and the concensus [sic] is that it is a Spanish labyrinth that is *their* problem - Naturally my own interest is in the artistic community, which seems both aware and touched by any outside support. But my experience in Barcelona was (as in Germany, for example) that political discourse is conspicuous by its absence in any general conversation - Everything I have said is impressions - I found the Spanish, unlike Latin Hispanics, extremely reserved and discrete, almost like old-time New England Yankees. What lies underneath I really don't know - I realize I am a bit vague because I really don't *know* anything. I have been going on the artist in me, which senses tensions, pride and formality, eagerness and extreme vulnerability, and since I am not by nature an activist, I have reacted with thorough professionalism instinctively, which seems to be precisely correct - Naturally I find it both strange and irresistable [sic] to show my Hispanic sympathies under such auspices, but there are unexpected occasions: for instance, I've given a small 'Elegy to the Spanish Republic' to the University of Salamance (the oldest one in Spain), and they wish to honor me with a ceremony, which I presume the central government is aware of, and I personally somewhat dread, not being an exhibitionist but an exhibitor - In Barcelona, several young artists told me that, after hearing me speak and reading an interview with me, they were determined to leave for New York. In short, my whole experience is basically as an individual with other individuals, as it is here at home, for that matter. (I have stuck with the Guggenheim Foundation because it is the only Foundation that gives exclusively to individuals, *not* institutions.)"

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Music for Chameleons

      Random House - Hard Cover. Signed by Author. Published in New York by Random House in 1980. First edition. Copyright page states "First Edition." Inscribed by Truman Capote on the front free end-paper: "for Harry and Bill and / all the happy folk at Sag / House--- / Truman / 12 October 1980." Book is fine except for very slight fading along top and bottom edges of boards and spine. DJ near fine, slight creasing on front flap, top corner of back flap folded, slight discoloration along top edges of flaps. In specially made cloth slipcase. DJ price reads "$10.95." We will provide a certificate of authenticity for this item. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bookbid]
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        Robert Motherwell (with an original collage)

      Fundacion Juan March, Barcelona 1980 - Catalog of an exhibition of Robert Motherwell works which took place from February to April 1980 in the "Centre cultural de la Caixa de pensions" in Barcelona, text, translated into catalan by Montserrat Bayà, of an interview of the artist realized by Barbaralee Diamonstein in public at the New School for Social Research in New York in 1979, illustrated, in-4, unpaginated, with an original signed collage by Robert Motherwell on the verso of the back cover, size 14'5 x 16,5 cm; this collage, submitted to the Robert Motherwell Catalogue Raisonné Project / Dedalus Foundation Inc. has not been considered for inclusion: "It is the decision of the Project at this time that it does not intend to include the Work in the Supplement of the Catalogue Raisonné .The foregoing decision of the Project may change in the Project's sole discretion", very good condition (the collage is the last of the five enclosed images). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: alain marchet]
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        Informel Painting with Handwritten Poetry

      1980 - Gerti Bierenbroodspot, a famous Dutch painter and poetess, an icon of Amsterdam. Painting and poems in English (with a ''drop'' of French) written in her own hand for a very close and intimate friend. Made in mixed technique: the stains and colours are integral to informel art. The poems were created on: February 13-17, 1980, February 19, 1980 and February 20, 1980. Seal and signature by Bierenbroodspot too. Painted and written on both sides of the paper. Sometime (1980) sent by post, for it was folded, still visible. Gerti Birenbroodspot's works are present in many galleries and private collections, while her early works are included in the fundus of the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, where she had also held exhibitions.

      [Bookseller: Vodopija Art j.d.o.o.]
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        The Orient Flight LZ 127–Graf Zeppelin. A Philatelic Handbook. [and] The Egypt Flight .

      Germany Philatelic Society, Inc. with support and cooperation of the Chicagoland Chapter no. 5 of the G.P.S. 1980 - 2 vols. Octavo. 1st in original laminated boards, titles to upper board and spine gilt; 2nd in original wrappers. No dust jackets issued. Spines lightly faded, first volume rubbed to foot of spine. First Edition, First Impression. With the authors' compliments slip signed by Len Deighton and Fred Blau laid into the first volume; the second inscribed by Blau "To Brian Lawson with my very best wishes Fred F Blau." [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        The Real War

      Warner 1980 - Shelf 1023 Clean and tight; signed on the publisher's plate affixed to half title page; inscribed by President Nixon to the Chief Watergate prosecutor James Neal of Nashville, TN; minor spine slant; page 197 has four inch diagonal crease at upper corner; one inch wide faded area across bottom edge of front cover; half inch lightly faded strip along outer edge of front cover; light rubbing to spine strip and corners; DJ has some wear to the surface, edges and corners including a half inch closed tear at top edge of front, half inch closed tear at top edge of spine strip, areas of rubbing to edges and corners, one eighth inch closed tear to bottom edge of rear, a bit of very light browning; Not a book club (BC)copy. Not ex library, not a remainder. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BookManBookWoman Bookstore]
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      NY: Harper & Row, (1980) - Gorgeous obviously unread Very Fine First Edition of the late author's fourth Jim Chee mystery. A true collector's copy, this stunning example is inscribed, dated and signed on the title page by the author: For Frisk and Ira Beck / 11/29/1980 / Tony Hillerman [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mystery Pier Books, Inc.,ABAA, ILAB, ABA]
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        DICCIONARIO RAFOLS DE ARTISTAS DE CATALUÑA , BALEARES Y VALENCIA . Desde la época romana hasta nuestros dias . ( 5 Vols ) .

      Edicions Catalanes 1980 - Barcelona 1980 . Encuad : guaflex estampada . 16 x 24cms. 1472pag. Tema : Diccionario , Arte , Pintura , Escultura , . Libros en muy buen estado . ( en la foto con plástico protector ) .

      [Bookseller: montgiber]
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        Scrittura attiva 12 processi artistici di scrittura - Unito a: Scrittura attiva processi artistici di scrittura - Zanichelli 1983 (Quaderni di design)

      Mercato del sale, Milano 1980 - 23,5 x 33,5 cm. 50 fogli sciolti di grafiche realizzate in fotolitografia in 100 esemplari numerati e firmati dagli artisti e 3 fogli di indice In-4, scatola in cartone telato (con applicata serigrafia figurata) contenente 50 grafiche realizzate in fotolitografia in 100 esemplari numerati e firmati dagli artisti fra cui: Munari - Pericoli - Tadini - Isgrò - Spatola, + 3 fogli (di Indice e testo illustrativo). Tali grafiche "in alcuni casi sono state ritoccate dagli artisti stessi (Scanavino, Sanesi, Marocco, Pozzati, Carrega, Finotti); in altri casi sono stati effettuati degli interventi di collage (De Leonardis, Altamira, Brunetti, Carpi, Castagnotto, Carrega, Oberto (OM), Niccolai, Izzo).". Esemplare 72/100, molto ben conservato. Ottimo stato di conservazione - Fine conditions scatola in cartone telato (con applicata serigrafia figurata) contenente 50 grafiche realizzate in fotolitografia [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Carlo Faita Studio Bibliografico]
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        La carte postale de Socrate à Freud et au-delà.

      Aubier |& Flammarion 1980 - - Aubier & Flammarion, Paris 1980, 14x22cm, broché. - Edition originale sur papier courant.Envoi autographe signé de l'auteur à un couple de proches amis Jos et Christine (Joliet).Joseph Joliet, ancien étudiant de Derrida devint un très proche ami du philosophe. Très attentif à l'écriture de Joliet, Derrida rédigera la préface de son roman: L'enfant au chien assis et le soutiendra dans ses périodes difficiles (cf. Derrida a Biography, par Benoit Peeters).Dos légèrement ridé sans gravité, une trace de pliure marginale en pied du premier plat, exemplaire complet de sa bande annonce qui comporte de petites déchirures. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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