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        Cantique du Soleil. Comprenant le texte original et la traduction francaise de Pierre-Jean Jouve. Les onze linograv.orig. ... du Fernand Dubuis.

      (Lausanne), Andre et Pierre Gonin (1982).. 4°. 11 farb. Linolschnitte lose in ill. OKart.-Mappe. Mit Seidenpapierzwischenlagen. Vom Künstler sign. Ausgabe. Mappe etwas angestaubt.. Num. Ausgabe, eines von 92 auf Velinpapier gedruckten Expl.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker]
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        Almanak - 366 Knittelverzen

      Cornamona Pers, Amsterdam 1982 - Een van de10 extra luxe exemplaren, gemummerd met 'HC" bestemd voor de auteur en de uitgever. De totale oplage bedraagt 60 genummerde exemplaren. Door Geert van Daal gebonden in een Franse band van blauw oasis-leder, met handvergulde, geciseleerd kopsnede. Met gemarmerde schutbladen in bijpassende cassette. Genummerd "HC" en gesigneerd door de auteur. One of 10 HC numbered copies (on a total of 60) intended for author and publisher. Bound in a French binding of blue oasis-leather. Marbled endpapers. Top edge hand gilt. Fine copy of this extremely rare limited and signed edition. Additional photographs on request. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Concept Books]
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        Dessins de Michel Ciry. Remarques sur le dessin par Michel Ciry.

      La Bibliothèque des Arts 1982 - Paris, La Bibliothèque des Arts 1982. grand in 4°. 144 pages et 67 planches. Toile bleue. Jaquette illustrée sous emboitage toilé bleu. Un des 10 exemplaires présentés sous étui toilé auquel a été joint un dessin original et une gravure signée par l'artiste ; Envoi autographe signé de l'artiste. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: ARCALA LIVRES ANCIENS]
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        [Poster]: Gay Olympic Games. San Francisco Aug. 28-Sept. 5, 1982

      San Francisco: Gay Olympic Games. 1982. Poster. Measuring 14" x 21". Printed in black on glossy white stock. One very short tear, a small crease, otherwise fine. Very attractive poster by "K. Anderson" depicting many of the sports apparently included in the Olympic Games. A poster for the very first Gay Olympic-style games. The organizers were sued by the International Olympic Committee and the United States Olympic Committee just three weeks before the start of the games, and were forced to change the name to the Gay Games, which have been held ever since with the 2018 Games to be held in Paris. Tina Turner performed at the opening ceremony of this first event. They haven't announce the 2018 performer but we're putting our money on Lady Gaga. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Poster]: Gay Olympic Games. San Francisco Aug. 28-Sept. 5, 1982

      Gay Olympic Games, San Francisco 1982 - Poster. Measuring 14" x 21". Printed in black on glossy white stock. One very short tear, a small crease, otherwise fine. Very attractive poster by "K. Anderson" depicting many of the sports apparently included in the Olympic Games. A poster for the very first Gay Olympic-style games. The organizers were sued by the International Olympic Committee and the United States Olympic Committee just three weeks before the start of the games, and were forced to change the name to the Gay Games, which have been held ever since with the 2018 Games to be held in Paris. Tina Turner performed at the opening ceremony of this first event. They haven't announce the 2018 performer but we're putting our money on Lady Gaga.

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        Thermo Field Dynamics and Condensed States

      Elsevier Science Ltd, 1982-06-01. Hardcover. Good.

      [Bookseller: Schwabe Books]
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        LETTRES, NOTES ET CARNETS

      PLON 1982 - RO30111497: 10 volumes d"environ 300 pages chacun. Texte sur deux colonnes. Titre doré sur le dos. Très nombreuses photos noir et blanc ainsi qu'en couleurs. Médaillon en plastique doré reproduisant l"appel de Londres du 18 juin 1940 sur la couverture. Lettres, notes et carnets du Général de 1905 à 1958. In-4 Relié. Très bon état. Couv. fraîche. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 944.0821-De Gaulle [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Cotton Club (Original screenplay, two drafts)

      Zoetrope Studios / Orion Pictures, Los Angeles 1982 - Final Third Draft Script and Final Script for the 1984 film, "The Cotton Club," directed by Francis Ford Coppola, based on the non-fiction book by James Haskins, written for the screen by Coppola, William Kennedy, and Mario Puzo, and starring Richard Gere, Gregory Hines, Diane Lane, Bob Hoskins, and Nicolas Cage. Lucia Bozzola: "Combining electric song and dance performances with drama (both on and off screen), Francis Ford Coppola's "The Cotton Club" looks back to the 1920s-1930s peak of the legendary Harlem nightclub where only blacks performed and only whites could sit in the audience. Mixing historical figures with characters loosely based on actual people, Coppola and co-writers William Kennedy, and Mario Puzo (who Coppola worked with on "The Godfather" films) created a panorama of love, crime, and entertainment centered on the Club." Two scripts are in this archive. First script: Black leatherette studio wrappers (produced by Studio Duplicating Service for use in New York).Title page present, noted as FINAL THIRD DRAFT, with a date of June 3, 1982, with only Puzo credited as screenwriter. 122 leaves, mechnically reproduced, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus with yapped edges, bound with two gold brads. Second script: Self-wrappers, with title page integral to the front wrapper, issued by Totally Independent, Ltd. Title page notes this draft as the FINAL SCRIPT, with screenwriting credits attributed to Coppola and Kennedy, dated December 8, 1983. 110 leaves, followed by 8 pages of continuity at the rear. Wrappers very slightly toned, else Near Fine. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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        My Mark

      Sherwood Press, Los Angeles, CA 1982 - A fine copy of one of only 26 lettered and signed copies of the first edition, with a special insert designed by Dennis Cooper laid in. (This copy is letter V.) The contents of the special insert include: a torrid picture postcard announcing the first reading/performance on Saturday, August 28, 1982; a 5"x 7 1/4" facsimile of a section of the manuscript of My Mark; a lettered (V) copy of Sheree Levin's photograph of Mark Lewis and Dennis Cooper; and a 5" x 7 1/4" facsimile of a drawing by Laura Berringer bearing, in blue pencil, an arrow and the words (presumably written by Cooper) "I hit him." The chapbook and all special insert items are in absolutely mint condition. This is the only signed and lettered copy (with inserts) of this rare Cooper title that we have ever seen. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Works on Paper]
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        Copper engraving: 'stairs to the Roof"

      n.p., 1982. One of 100 signed. 16 x 5-3/16 inches. . Matted, framed, and glazed. Signed in pencil by the artist on the mount. Fine. Kraeft 137

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Autographed Photo

      1982. Photo. Measuring 8" x 9.5". Fine. Inscribed by Berrigan: "for Bob from his friend in the 'Truck Trade,' Love Ted Berrigan." A striking photograph by Mark Hillringhouse of a shirtless Berrigan smoking a cigarette. The date is pencil on the verso: "Oct. 1982." .

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

      London; Secker & Warburg; 1982 - First UK edition, first printing. Signed by the author. Near fine (a couple of minor bumps) in blue cloth boards in a near fine spine faded and price clipped dustjacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        T. Nakayama, his life and Work

      Irongate Editions LTD, Bethesda, Maryland 1982 - Excellent condition. As new. Life and works of Japanese printmaker Tadashi Nakayama. 33 colour plates and photo documentation of the artist. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Encore Books]
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        RESAN TILL ODESSA eller STOCKHOLM-BASEL via HELSINGFORS, MOSKVA, ODESSA, KIEV, BUKAREST, BUDAPEST och WIEN.

      Bokforlageterata, Stokholm, Sweden 1982 - Artists' book. Color and black and white. Box with handle containing 26 folios. Text: U. Ahlner. Artwork: E. Dietman. Edition of 75 copies. Signed and numbered. Folios in excellent condition. Box in very good minus condition. Box top ripped at handle. Folios: 11.25 x 15" each. Box: 12 x 16 x 2". [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Steven Leiber]
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        Ulrich Rückriem: Illustrationen zu einem Denkmal 1982. SIGNED.

      Mönchengladbach/Bonn, Galerie Löhrl/Galerie Klein, 1982 - Mönchengladbach/Bonn, Galerie Löhrl/Galerie Klein, 1982. Stiff paper portfolio, 31,5 x 43 cms., containing 1 cardboard sheet, 7 illustrations after drawings on transparent paper, 1 title-page, 1 text-sheet, 1 colophon-sheet which is signed, dated (1982) and numbered (16/90) by hand. MINT COPY in an edition of 90 copies. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Luiscius Books]
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        Faksimile - Codex Guta-Sintram. Bibliothèque du Grand Séminaire, Strasbourg, Ms. 37. (2 Bde.).

      Luzern, Faksimile-Vlg., 1982 - 2° (36 x 27 cm), 326 S., 230 teilw. ganzseitige farb. Bilder; Kommentarbd.: 240 S., Geprägter Rindsledereinband (Kommentarbd. HLdr.), Minimal beschienen, sonst tadellos. Vergriffen! Nr. 334 von 980 Exemplaren. Eine Kostbarkeit romanischer Buchkunst. Juwel romanischer Buchmalerei.Der Codex Guta-Sintram ist eine der kostbarsten Handschriften des Elsaß, die wegen ihres Alters, ihres außergewöhnlichen romanischen Buchschmucks und ihres hochinteressanten Inhalts zu den Kulturschätzen von europäischem Rang zählt.Auch die Tatsache, daß Schreiber, Illustrator sowie Entstehungszeit bekannt sind, trägt zur Sonderstellung dieser einzigartigen Handschrift bei.Ein ungewöhnliches Teamwork Der Codex Guta-Sintram ist das gemeinsame Werk der Augustiner-Chorfrau Guta von Schwarzenthann und des Augustiner-Chorherrn Sintram von Marbach in der Nähe von Schwarzenthann. Die schöne Schrift stammt aus der Hand der Guta, während Sintram den wundervollen Buchschmuck mit ganzseitigen Bildern und zahllosen großen und kleinen Initialen ausführte. Gemeinsam vollendeten die beiden 1154 das prächtige Werk und weihten es der Jungfrau Maria.Das Kloster Marbach im Oberelsaß wurde 1089 durch Manegold von Lauterbach gegründet, der dort die Augustiner-Chorherren ansässig machte. Dieses berühmte Kloster war danach Ausgangspunkt und Zentrum vieler bedeutender Neugründungen am Oberrhein, in Süddeutschland und in der Schweiz.Eine in ihrer Art einmalige Handschrift Der Codex Guta-Sintram ist ein Gebetbuch, das dem Gebrauch der Damen des Klosters Schwarzenthann diente.Aber damit ist er nicht ausreichend gewürdigt, denn er sprengt die engen Grenzen eines Gebetbuches: Er enthält auch Hinweise zum Lebenswandel und Lebensunterhalt der Chorfrauen; er diente als Rechtsbuch, denn er beinhaltet auch eine Abschrift päpstlicher Privilegien für den Konvent. Auch auf die Zeiteinteilung der Klosterinsassinnen wird eingegangen, denn es finden sich genaue Anweisungen zum Gebrauch des Kalenders und zur Berechnung des Osterdatums sowie ein umfangreicher Kalender mit dem Martyriologium.Dazu enthält das Buch ein auf die Monate aufgeteiltes, architektonisch gegliedertes Verzeichnis der in Marbach und Schwarzenthann verstorbenen Äbte, Pröpste, Mönche, Priorinnen und Nonnen.Weiter gehören zu diesem einmaligen Werk eine Sammlung von Predigten zum Tagesevangelium (ein Homiliar) und schließlich auch die Augustinerregel mit dem Kommentar des Hugo von St. Victor sowie die Consuetudines, eine Sammlung der im Kloster Marbach üblichen Gewohnheiten und Bräuche. Dazu kommt noch ein illustriertes Kalendarium.Romanische Tips für gesundes Leben Das wichtigste Element des Codex Guta-Sintram ist der aufwendig gestaltete Kalender, der über 70 Seiten der Handschrift reicht und die reichste Ausstattung erhalten hat.Die Seiten sind mit sich über die ganze Doppelseite hinziehenden Bildstreifen mit Initialen und Tierkreiszeichen und Dreiergruppen von Personen geschmückt. Auf Spruchbändern sind verschiedene medizinische, pharmakologische und gesundheitliche Ratschläge festgehalten, wie etwa Vorschriften für den Aderlaß oder Ratschläge für Essen und Baden. Empfohlen werden je nach Monat Arzneien pflanzlicher und tierischer Herkunft, heilkräftige Mischungen sowie Diätspeisen.Dieser mit Witz und Humor gestaltete diätetische Monatskalender gibt einen einmaligen Einblick in die klösterliche Pharmazie und Medizin des Mittelalters. Ein damit vergleichbares Beispiel gibt es weltweit nicht.Der Kommentarband Das große Ereignis der Faksimilierung dieses wichtigen Werkes war Anlaß zu einer umfassenden wissenschaftlichen Untersuchung der Handschrift, die auch vom Nationalen Forschungsinstitut in Paris unterstützt wurde.Folgende Experten haben mitgewirkt: die Herausgeberin, Dr. Béatrice Weis, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Strasbourg; Dr. Pierre Bachoffner, Strasbourg; Dr. Gérard Cames, Strasbourg; Abbé Jean Châtillon, Professor am Institut Catholique, Paris; Abbé Raymond Etaix, Bibliothekar der Facultés Catholiq [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Angeber Icks. 1ne Quijoterie (Eine Quijoterie). Hrsg. von Claus Clément.

      - Hamburg, CC-Verlag 1982. 38 : 26 cm (Buch) bzw. 48,5 : 37,2 cm (Kassette). 82 unn. S. verschiedene Papiere mit meist farb. Abb. Farbig illustr. Orig.-Kart. + 7 Original-Radierungen in Bütten-Passepartoutmappen. Zus. in Orig.-Leinenkassette. - Tadelloses Exemplar. Eines von 3 Exemplaren (Nr. 1) für den Verleger Claus Clément mit allen sieben beiliegenden Orig.-Radierungen "zu Angeber X / ICKS" für die Vorzugsausgabe in 700 Exemplaren. Sämtliche Arbeiten sind Autoporträts, in Bleistift signiert, datiert, 5 davon bezeichnet: "CC", bzw. "CC p d.". 6 Blätter sind "1/100", 1 Bl.: "1/60". - Die Titel der Radierungen lauten: "auf nach Kassel ins Schlamassel", "Magdalenen gruss VIII", "Der König des Misthaufen", "im Zweifelsfalle: der Hüter des Misthaufens", "Er wünschte sich was feulletonistosches, hat er nun", ".ob auch für uns das Innere der Künstler der sicherste Zufluchtsort ist?? Bazon Brock geschlossene Abteilung Kassel", "Ich hab die Welt und Ihr das Geld". [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gerhard Zähringer, Antiquariat & Galerie]
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        BETWEEN TWO WARS, SELECTED POEMS WRITTEN PRIOR TO THE SECOND WORLD WAR.

      Labyrinth Editions & The Iris Press, Athens, OH 1982 - Unpaged. Illustrated by Daniel Goldstein printed from photomechanical magnesium engravings. Folio. Gilt-titled vellum spine over boards designed by the artist. Prospectus laid in. LIMITED TO 50 COPIES with and extra portfolio of the prints signed (of a total edition of 130 copies). SIGNED by the artist, the printer, and Bradford Morrow who wrote the introduction [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The One Whose Eyes Open When You Close Your Eyes

      Roslindale, Massachusetts: Pym-Randall Press. 1982. First. Uncorrected Proof. Folded and gathered photocopied sheets, staple bound into a mockup of the dustwrapper. The pages have been stapled together, the staples exhibiting oxidation, some staining to the jacket, overall a sound, good copy. On the title page, Wright has handwritten three epigraphs, from Einstein, Bliss Carmen, and another we cannot quite make out, but it might be Al Capone. Laid in is a two-page photocopied long galley of the front matter of the book (contents, acknowledgements, etc.), on the back of which Wright has written a letter, well before publication to another poet and close personal friend: "12 February 1982. Jim, I thought you might like to see this: the first page proofs of my book." Wright goes on to speak about their last visit together, and concludes with a drawing that we are at a loss to describe. A possibly unique construction of Wright's first important collection, with a nice association. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Plant ---Part 1, 2 and 3 --- Three Volumes --- Signed By Stephen King ( Book One, Two and Three )

      Bangor, Maine: Stephen King / Philtrum Press, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1st Edition, 1st Printing, Limited Edition -----------3 volumes, trade paperback size softcovers, parts ONE and TWO are string tied, part THREE is perfect bound, all are Fine copies, all in uniform format otherwise, Books 1 and 2 are signed by STEPHEN KING, all 3 copies are PROOF copies and not part of the numbered 226 copies (200 numbered and 26 lettered ), rare, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Signed. First Edition. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by Text Cover.

      [Bookseller: Leonard Shoup]
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        The One Whose Eyes Open When You Close Your Eyes

      Pym-Randall Press, Roslindale, Massachusetts 1982 - Uncorrected Proof. Folded and gathered photocopied sheets, staple bound into a mockup of the dustwrapper. The pages have been stapled together, the staples exhibiting oxidation, some staining to the jacket, overall a sound, good copy. On the title page, Wright has handwritten three epigraphs, from Einstein, Bliss Carmen, and another we cannot quite make out, but it might be Al Capone. Laid in is a two-page photocopied long galley of the front matter of the book (contents, acknowledgements, etc.), on the back of which Wright has written a letter, well before publication to another poet and close personal friend: "12 February 1982. Jim, I thought you might like to see this: the first page proofs of my book." Wright goes on to speak about their last visit together, and concludes with a drawing that we are at a loss to describe. A possibly unique construction of Wright's first important collection, with a nice association. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        The Cheyenne Saddle: A Study Of Stock Saddles Of E.l. Gallatin, Frank A. Meanea And The Collins Brothers - Signed and Numbered

      Cheyenne, WY: Cheyenne Corral, Westerners International. Fine+ in Fine+ dust jacket. 1982. First Edition; First Printing; Signed by Author. Hardcover. A stunning signed and limited Edition of 200 copies (this one being #86) in unread Very Fine condition, SIGNED and dated (2/1/83) by author James R. Laird on the limitation page. A phenomenal presentation in tan saddle-leather covers, stamped gilt lettering on front cover and spine, matching slip-case in light tan cloth, stamped gilt lettering on front side; A detailed account of individual saddles produced in the old western saddle manufacturing center of Cheyenne, Wyoming. An essential compository for the serious saddle historian and collector and reader of the romantic cowboy past in frontier towns. Includes numerous pictures of saddles, saddles trees, leather shirt cuffs, holsters, chaps, bridles, bits, spurs, horse harnesses together with contemporary price lists .

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        [Screenplay]: Nothing Lasts Forever

      New York: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer / Broadway Pictures. 1982. Screenplay. Quarto. 70pp. Screwbound in black duplicating service wrappers with gilt lettering. Near fine with some light wear and rubbing to the wrappers. The screenplay for the unreleased cult film by Tom Schiller, an original Saturday Night Live writer responsible for many of its early taped segments, including "Java Junkie" and "Don't Look Back in Anger" (notable for an aged John Belushi as the last surviving SNL alumnus dancing on the graves of fellow cast members). This surreal film follows a young artist returning to New York, now run by the Port Authority, and his subsequent recruitment by an underground tramp community that secretly rules the world. The picture starred Zach Galligan as the artist with appearances by Dan Akroyd, Imogene Coca, Mort Sahl, Eddie Fisher, and Bill Murray in an early film role as a "menacingly-friendly" lunar bus host. According to Schiller, the film was made to get SNL producer Lorne Michaels out of an MGM development deal: "I think they thought it was low budget or something to get off the hook of their contract, but I had total freedom. No one was watching hardly and I got to make a personal film with a studio crew." The film was at first accepted for entry at Cannes but a poor test screening and the film's own quirky style, which interspersed black and white stock footage of New York with new color scenes of the underground, ultimately doomed the film's release. Aside from an appearance on late night TV in Europe, the film was not released theatrically or to home video. The film was rediscovered by audiences after Murray insisted it be included in a retrospective of his work, creating a demand for its release on DVD for which MGM has so far not responded. OCLC locates no copies. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Changing Light at Sandover

      Scribner, 1982-09-01 New York: Atheneum, 1982. 560 p. First edition, first printing. (The three books appeared first separately, without coda.) Signed by the poet in blue ink on the half title. Fine hardcover in very Near Fine dust jacket. Jacket presents well, light wear at tail and tips, else fine. A handsome signed copy James Merrill's occult poetry masterpiece in its first complete edition.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Le Corbusier: Early Buildings and Projects 1912-1923

      Garland; Fondation Le Corbusier, New York and London; Paris 1982 - 646 pp. Folio. Cloth. Scuffed, soiled. Bumping to upper corners and lightly to sp. ends. Interior clean. Volume I in The Le Corbusier Archive set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE FAR SIDE OFTHE DOLLAR. MANUSCRIPT EDITION.

      Columbia/Bloomfield Hills: Bruccoli Clark, 1982. - Unpublished "Manuscript Edition." Folio. One of 221 numbered copies (the entire edition), this copy being unnumbered and marked "Out of Series." The unnumbered copies were used as review copies (a publisher's prospectus for the book is laid-in). According to publisher Matthew Bruccoli: "The printer spoiled the copies, and I destroyed them. I decided not to start over because by that time Ken (i.e. Ross Macdonald) was unable to sign copies." Through the years only a literal handful of copies, all unnumbered, have been encountered. Bound in patterned paper over boards with a giltstamped leather spine. Fine, unread copy with one leaf of the author's draft affixed to a preliminary page. This edition includes a final chapter that was not present in the original 1965 novel published by Knopf. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Early Millar: The First Stories of Ross Macdonald and Margaret Millar (Deluxe Limited Edition, signed by both authors)

      Cordelia Editions, Santa Barbara, CA 1982 - First Edition. One of 15 roman-numbered copies issued (this being No. III), SIGNED by both Kenneth Millar and Margaret Millar. Brief owner notation on the rear endpaper, now partially erased, else Fine in full blue leather, with a photo of the two authors with their high school deabating team laid in, as issued. The first appearance in book form of these stories for both authors, originally issued in their high school magazine, "The Grumbler." [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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        A Time to Keep Silence

      London: John Murray, (1982). . Second edition. 8vo, 95, (1) pp. Publisher’s green cloth, gilt lettered to the spine, dust jacket, not price clipped, inscribed by the author to the writer and publisher Leo Lerman with a typical sketched illustration of clouds and birds in flight, “a frugal return for that delicious and invigorating feast at the Cafe des Artistes”, signed Kardamyli (the author’s residence on the Mani peninsula) June, 1983. 8 photographic plates plus illustrations in the text by John Craxton. A fine copy. First published in 1957, this edition has a revised introduction.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop]
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        Varfor New York?

      Wiken 1982 - RALPH HERRMANN'S WHY NEW YORK? 16 artists and 4 art dealers respond. Hard bound with dust jacket. Text in Swedish. Printed in Belgium. An increasingly scarce title. RARE! [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Black Cat Books]
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        ON THE BLACK HILL

      Cape 1982 - First edition. Original grey boards with gilt titles to the spine in pictorial dustwrapper designed by Mon Mohan. Author's presentation copy, inscribed on the title page, "For Joe Hunt / With best wishes and thanks / Bruce Chatwin / 9 Nov '83" A near fine copy with a couple of small indentations to the bottom edge of the boards, in a fine dustwrapper. Winner of the James Tait Black Memorial Prize. The author's third novel, concerning happenings on the Welsh border over the course of a century. Presentation copies of Chatwin's work are rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Jonkers Rare Books ABA ILAB]
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        On The Black Hill

      Jonathan Cape, UK 1982 - London, Jonathan Cape, 1982. Hardback first edition and first impression. The book and jacket are near fine with a bit of bumping to the spine tips, and an owner's initials on the ffep. A nice copy. Signed by the author to the title page without inscription. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Hyraxia Books. ABA, PBFA]
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        Crow Ikon.

      New York: Kennedy Graphics. Distributed graphics by Alan Wofsy Fine Arts. 1982 - Lithograph in three colors on Vélin d'Arches paper. Native American series. Image: 108 x 81.75 cm. Paper: 102 x 93.6. Edition of 50. Hand signed and numbered. Fern and O'Sullivan, 686. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Verwandlungen durch Licht/Metamorphosis through Light

      Luca Verlag 1982 - First Edition. Erstausgabe. Edited by Ute Eskildsen. Preface/Vorwort Andor Kraszna-Krausz. Chapters: 1. 'Verwandlung als Provokation'/'Metamorphosis as a provocation'. 2. 'Biographische Daten/'Biography'. 3. 'Werkchronologie'/'Professional Chronology'. 4. 'Ausstellungen und Bildpublikationen'/Exhibitions and Reviews'. 5. 'Entstehung und Rezeption'/'Reception'. 108 pages. 70 full-page black + white plates. Special collector's edition 1/100 copys accompanied by a signed (by printer Andre Gelpke), numbered and dated original contact print made from Lerski's plate. Signiert (vom Printer Andre Gelpke), numeriert und datiert. 30 cm x 24 cm. 11,8"x9,5" inches. Gebunden im Schuber mit Fotografie auf dem Deckel. Sehr guter, neuwertiger Zustand. Linen hardcover without dustjacket as issued in a slip-case with a mounted photograph on front. Very good like new copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Medea with the Birds.

      New York: Kennedy Graphics. Distributed graphics by Alan Wofsy Fine Arts. 1982 - Lithograph in 5 colors on Velin d'Arches paper. 43 x 28 cm. Signed by artist in pencil, in the bottom margin. Fern & O'Sullivan, 684. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        Uncommon Places

      Aperture, NY, USA 1982 - First Edition. Signed. Hardcover. 4to. Near fine condition. 63 pages. Text in English. 49 colour plates. Very light rubbing and soiling to the photo-illustrated dustcover. Spine of dustcover lightly sunned. A touch of foxing to the top edge of pages and boards. Light edgewear to the bottom edge of boards. Otherwise internally a fine copy. Inscribed and signed to the half endpaper in black ink by Stephen Shore as follows - / For Paul / Stephen Shore /. Contact for further images. Language: eng [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bondi Books (ABAJ, ILAB)]
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        Goethe Yearbook. Publications of the Goethe Society of North America. Vo. 1 – 19.

      Columbia. Camden House. 1982 ff. - Originalleinenbände (11, 14 – 19 noch in Originalfolie). gr. 8°. unterschiedlicher Umfang. Vol. 1 mit handschriftlicher Name im Vorsatz. die ersten Bände wenig angestaubt. wohlerhaltenes Ensemble. in deutscher Sprache Sonderangebot: Antiquariat am Flughafen bietet AbeBooks-Kunden einen exklusiven Rabatt von 30% auf sämtliche Preise. Alter Preis: 600,00 EUR.

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        Da Dada a Tata un Fluxus fragile.

      Padova, TOT oggetti e situatizioni ludiche, 1982 - 2°, ca 50 B. mit unterschiedlichen Papieren, zahlr. Abb., Ringorder., Min. angeschmutzt, sonst gutes Exemplar. Text it. Auflage 200. - Ennio Chiggio (*1938), italienischer Grafikdesigner, gründete zusammen mit Giulia Laverda in den späten 70iger Jahren die Galleria TOT in Padua um dort radikale Tendenzen der Gestaltung, Konzeptkunst, Ultramobile, Memphis, Alchemie, Gufram etc. zu zeigen. Ausserdem zusammenarbeit mit der Gruppo Tata. (GRUPPO TATA (nel 1980 Ennio Chiggio e Giulia Laverda aprono a Padova la galleria TOT, per la quale Chiggio cura, oltre a mostre sulle tendenze radicali del design contemporaneo come Ultramobile, Memphis, Alchimia, Gufram, le installazioni e ricerche concettuali sulla performatività del linguaggio ludico del gruppo TATA fondato assieme agli architetti Baruffi, De Santi, Rigo, Pavan, Zambon, agli artisti Garner, Pardini e al critico d'arte Ernesto Luciano Francalanci, con cui si unisce in un lungo sodalizio sia didattico che critico. Tale attività inizia con la pubblicazione del volume ?Del Ludico? edito da Mazzotta e prosegue con una serie di libri oggetto prodotta dalle Edizioni Tot. L'esperienza collettiva dei Ludici siconclude nel 1988. Di questo operare si sono occupati lo storico Ernesto L. Francalanci docente a Venezia ed Annamaria Sandonà dell'Università di Padova. ENNIO CHIGGIO: Ennio Chiggio è attivo nelle arti figurative dal 1959, quando fondò con altri 'coautori' il gruppo Enne. Si è interessato di musica sperimentale, poesia visiva, design grafico e industriale, anche come docente. Nel 1980 ha dato vita con un gruppo di'intellettuali' a un cripto movimento ludico, il ?Tataludico?, che ha esplorato le possibilità del linguaggio nel rapporto tra percettivo e logico filosofico, dopo gli avvenimenti Dada e Fluxus. Questa esperienza è terminata nel 1988.) 1200 gr.

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        Trompe-l?oeil. Ingano e/o mimesi.

      Padova, TOT oggetti e situatizioni ludiche, 1982 - 2°, insg. 36 Bl. (1 Orig.-Lithographie) aus unterschiedlichen Papieren und anderen Materialien (Plastik, Blätter etc.) zahlr. Abb., Ringorder., Min. berieben u. beschienen, 1 Bl. m. Abschnitt (kein Textverlust), sonst gutes Exemplar. Text it. Auflage 200. - Ennio Chiggio (*1938), italienischer Grafikdesigner, gründete zusammen mit Giulia Laverda in den späten 70iger Jahren die Galleria TOT in Padua um dort radikale Tendenzen der Gestaltung, Konzeptkunst, Ultramobile, Memphis, Alchemie, Gufram etc. zu zeigen. Ausserdem zusammenarbeit mit der Gruppo Tata. (GRUPPO TATA (nel 1980 Ennio Chiggio e Giulia Laverda aprono a Padova la galleria TOT, per la quale Chiggio cura, oltre a mostre sulle tendenze radicali del design contemporaneo come Ultramobile, Memphis, Alchimia, Gufram, le installazioni e ricerche concettuali sulla performatività del linguaggio ludico del gruppo TATA fondato assieme agli architetti Baruffi, De Santi, Rigo, Pavan, Zambon, agli artisti Garner, Pardini e al critico d'arte Ernesto Luciano Francalanci, con cui si unisce in un lungo sodalizio sia didattico che critico. Tale attività inizia con la pubblicazione del volume ?Del Ludico? edito da Mazzotta e prosegue con una serie di libri oggetto prodotta dalle Edizioni Tot. L'esperienza collettiva dei Ludici siconclude nel 1988. Di questo operare si sono occupati lo storico Ernesto L. Francalanci docente a Venezia ed Annamaria Sandonà dell'Università di Padova. ENNIO CHIGGIO: Ennio Chiggio è attivo nelle arti figurative dal 1959, quando fondò con altri 'coautori' il gruppo Enne. Si è interessato di musica sperimentale, poesia visiva, design grafico e industriale, anche come docente. Nel 1980 ha dato vita con un gruppo di'intellettuali' a un cripto movimento ludico, il ?Tataludico?, che ha esplorato le possibilità del linguaggio nel rapporto tra percettivo e logico filosofico, dopo gli avvenimenti Dada e Fluxus. Questa esperienza è terminata nel 1988.) 1200 gr.

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