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        CADILLAC JACK. Inscribed to Edward Abbey

      New York: New York: Simon & Schuster, (1982)., 1982 McMurtry, Larry. CADILLAC JACK. Signed. New York: Simon & Schuster, (1982). First Edition Inscribed and Signed by Larry McMurtry to fellow author Edward Abbey. "For the Abbey - the most peculiar book I ever wrote I think." Additionally, Signed by Edward Abbey on the bottom edge, as was his custom with books in his library and then Signed on the front dustwrapper flap by Abbey with an arrow pointing to the next name he wrote, Peacock and then another arrow to the name Spaulding. A better than very good copy in 1/4 red cloth over gray paper covered boards, gilt titles slightly oxidized in a bright, fresh near fine dustwrapper. 8vo. 395 pp. An extremely nice copy. [29849] $8500. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Matinée chez la Princesse de Guermantes Cahiers du temps retrouvé

      Paris: Gallimard, 1982. Broché. 15x21,5cm. Edition originale, un des 65 exemplaires numérotés sur Hollande, tirage de tête. Infimes piqures sur le dos sinon bel exemplaire. - Gallimard, Paris _1982, 15x21,5cm, broché. - broché

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        10 Poems, newly translated by Michael Feingold. Drawings by Peter Thompson

      Vincent FitzGerald & Co. New York: Vincent FitzGerald & Co.. 1982. One of 125 copies all on Somerset handmade paper, watermark: "Somerset" / "England"), the first 25 of which were signed by the artist and the translator. Page size: 9-7/8 x 7-5/8 inches; 9 triptych fascicles each with a poem in French and an English translation of the poem; inbetween is an image of Rimbaud, with titlepage and colophon fascicles. Bound: loose as issued in blue cloth clamshell box with title stamped in red on front cover. The illustrations by Peter Thompson were printed on Arches paper at Meriden Gravure, with the exception of the first which is a tipped-in photograph of a color painting, an interpretation of the young Rimbaud by Thompson. The text was printed in charcoal gray ink, catching the delicate drawings by Thompson, by Dan Keleher's Wild Carrot Letterpress, and designed by Vincent FitzGerald and Robert Reitzes. The second book of the press, a simple yet elegant book. THEMES AND VARIATIONS, p. 88. See an Image.

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      Greenbrae The Allen Press Greenbrae The Allen Press, 1982-83. Two vols., tall 8vo. Volume I bound in full native dyed terra-cotta goatskin with black onlays, blind tooled, carrying, in black Greek characters, the name Agamemnon across the top of the front and back boards (and spine), and the name Æschylus across the bottom. Full black goatskin inner doublures, leather joints, red Japanese endpapers, silk headbands. Volume II in a similar design but with the colors reversed; across the top, in terra-cotta Greek characters, is the word Choephoroi, and across the bottom is the word Eumenides. The doublures are terra-cotta, the joints, endpapers and headbands as before. Each is housed in a quarter-morocco clam-shell case. Each volume is signed by the binder. Limited to 140 copies by the Allen Press, they were the only limited edition in English translation, and represent the 48th and 49th books of the press. The type is Menhart Unciala, printed in black and brown; the running heads are Solemnis and Libra types, Greek-letter calligraphy and decorations are from Greek sources. The all-rag paper is handmade and especially watermarked at the Richard de Bas mill in France. The books were printed on dampened sheets on an Albion press made in Scotland in 1882. Denise Lubett, Fellow of the Designer Bookbinders since 1971, is one of the 38 binders who was asked to contribute a chapter to A Bookbinders' Florilegium, a publication of the H.R.C., in which these artist-craftsmen talk about their approach to the art of binding books. We quote: "...great purity of style and design usually bring forth great beauty...if we no longer bind books so that they become too fragile to handle...if we can ascertain that this bound book can be handed down for a number of generations, then we will have achieved a better and more significant role as modern bookbinders." The volume we are offering epitomizes these ideas. The Oresteia is a trilogy of Greek tragedies written by Aeschylus. The first story concerns the king Agamemnon who returns from the Trojan War to face the wrath of his wife, Clytemnestra, for sacrificing their daughter. To make matters worse, Agamemnon is accompanied by his concubine, Cassandra. While bathing, Agamemnon is murdered by his wife, and Cassandra is killed too. In the second play, Choephoroi, Clytemnestra sends her surviving daughter, Electra, to Agamemnon’s grave, where she happens to meet her brother, Orestes. The siblings talk and eventually discuss a plot to avenge the murder of their father. The plan works, and Orestes kills his mother and her new husband. Orestes becomes tormented by the “Furies” since matricide is particularly horrific. Eumenides, the final play in the trilogy, addresses whether the Furies torment of Orestes is justified. Events leading up to a trial by 12 Athenians involve, among others, Apollo and Hermes. At the trial, Orestes is represented by Apollo, and the Furies represent the other side. At the end of the trial, the jury is evenly split, and Orestes is relieved of the wrath of the Furies. THE ALLEN PRESS PRINTING BOUND BY DENISE LUBETT

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        (Watercolor Alphabet)

      1982. A lush 20 1/2 by 15 3/4-inch original watercolor painting of the alphabet surrounded by a thicket of leaves, tall grass, and wildflowers. Birds and butterflies flutter amidst the leaves, while a rabbit and a field mouse sit in the grass. The alphabet is painted in pale yellow, and it sits squarely at the center of the painting, in a clearing framed by the leaves and the horizon. Sarah Chamberlain is a well-known artist and book illustrator who studied with Barry Moser and Leonard Baskin and, for a decade beginning in the 1970’s, ran the Chamberlain Press. Her work has illustrated numerous texts, from Aesop and the Brothers Grimm to Charles Simic, and many miniature books. In a blue mat and a simple oak frame. Very fine.

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        Los Ambulantes

      Thistle Hill Press North Brookfield: Thistle Hill Press. (1982). A study of and tribute to the itinerant photographers of Guatemala. With photographs by Parker and text by Neal. Printed in a deluxe edition of 100 copies, this copy is out of series and from the library of the authors. With an original selenium-toned silver print signed by Neal. The print is housed in a folding chemise; the book is bound in Guatemalan "ghost" fabric, purchased by the authors on their trip; both are enclosed in a clamshell box with paper labels. A trade edition was issued by the MIT Press, but the limited edition is extremely scarce. Fine. . First Edition.

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        (ghitti) alle selve, alle foglie dei boschi. cinque frammenti dalle georgiche nella traduzione di salvatore quasimodo. naquane. 1982

      34.5x24.5 pp. nn fogli sciolti in cartella contenuta in cofanetto ottimo cartella con cinque incisioni originali di Franca Ghitti tirate su torchio a mano e stampata da Giorgio Lucini in settanta esemplari in numeri arabi (la nostra è la 47) più quindici esemplari in numeri romani riservati ai collaboratori

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      New York: Simon & Schuster / Timescape Books New York: Simon & Schuster / Timescape Books,. [1980-1982]. printed wrappers.. Very light foxing to yellow spines of volumes one and two, a fine. set. A nice set of one of the major works of contemporary SF.. (#109597). Advance copies (uncorrected proofs) of the first editions. All volumes signed by Wolfe. The complete "The Book of the New Sun," comprising The Shadow of the Torturer, The Claw of the Conciliator, The Sword of the Lictor and The Citadel of the Autarch. The first volume won the 1981 World Fantasy award, the second won the 1981 Nebula award. Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 4-510. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 4A-270. Pringle, Science Fiction: The 100 Best Novels 95. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature I, pp. 154-60.

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc. ]
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        A IS FOR ALIBI

      Holt Rinehart and Winston NY: Holt Rinehart and Winston, 1982 Uncorrected proof for the first edition. Signed by Grafton on the title page. Perfect-bound blue printed wraps. Small date stamped two times on topedge, minimal soiling on topedge and foreedge, shallow crease on front wrap bottom corner (not immediately apparent) and narrow 1.5 inch (purple) dampstain on spine. Very Good+ condition. Signed by Author. First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Galley/Proof. The images are of the book described and not stock photos.

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        Mirrors / Messages / Manifestations

      Aperture New York Aperture (1982) Second edition. Deluxe issue vg 1/50. Square quarto. 243pp. Mottled tan cloth with spine lettered in silver in original slipcase. Profusely illustrated with 253 b/w reproductions of photographs on glossy paper by Minor White. With original 10 3/4" x 7 1/2" black and white photograph, 'Stone Steps, Notom, Utah, 1967', Estate stamp dated 1980 on verso, window-mounted on stiff board (15 3/4 x 20"), original tissue guard with printed caption, all in original portfolio of gray paper-covered boards with white folding flaps, name of artist in silver lettering on front cover. Only issues 1-25 were published with this particular photograph. All in near fine condition. "Minor White was a mystic, and Mirrors / Messages / Manifestations is a forthrightly mystical work. These qualities in themselves signify courage because there were few - even among Minor's closest associates and friends - willing to deal seriously with such intangibles. Minor's mysticism, however, was neither occult nor sentimental. It was a search for intelligence that goes beyond the ordinary dimensions of daily life. In an unpublished manuscript written in 1969, the year this book was first issued, Minor wrote: Consciousness in photography comes out of an awakening to the interlocking interconnectedness of everything, from atoms to suns, space to time, light to dark, event to situation, man to Man, and Man to God." (Michael E. Hoffman)

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        Early Millar: The First Stories of Ross Macdonald and Margaret Millar (Deluxe Limited Edition, signed by both authors)

      Santa Barbara, CA: Cordelia Editions, 1982. First Edition. 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.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc. ]
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        The One Whose Eyes Open When You Close Your Eyes

      Roslindale, MA: Pym-Randall Press. 1982. First. First edition. Slight rubbing to the boards, and a trifle foxed on the foredge, still just about fine in a very lightly rubbed, near fine dustwrapper. One of 400 hardcover copies of a total edition of 1000, of which 50 were numbered and signed by the author. Although this copy is unnumbered it bears a warm and long Inscription from Wright in the year of publication, to another poet and close personal friend, about poetry and creating poems. .

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        Natural World: A Bestiary

      Open Book Barrytown, New York: Open Book, 1982. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Fine. Cloth; with poems by Harrison and photo-illustrations of sculpture by Diana Guest. From a limited edition of 250, signed by Harrison and Guest on the half-title page. 250 hors commerce.

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        Natural World: A Bestiary (Signed Limited Edition)

      Open Book New York: Open Book, 1982. Limited Edition. One of 350 copies, of which only 100 were for sale (and this being No. 56), signed by both Harrison and Guest on the half-title page. Fine and unread without dust jacket as issued. A charming edition of poetry accompanied by black and white images of Guest's sculptural work.

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        Natural World: A Bestiary - Limited Edition

      Open Book Barrytown, New York: Open Book. Fine; Signed by Author & Illustrator. 1982. Limited Edition. Cloth. 0940170086 . A most attractive Limited Edition in Fine condition. Limited to 350 copies, of which only 100 were for sale, this one being #66. SIGNED by both the author and illustrator Jim Harrison and Diana Guest directly on the half-title page; Original poetry by Jim Harrison and black-and-white plates by sculptor Diana Guest; B&W Photographs .

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        LITTLE, BIG

      London: Victor Gollancz LtdLondon: Victor Gollancz Ltd,. 1982. boards.. A fine copy in fine dust jacket. (#132158). First British (and first hardcover) edition. 1982 World Fantasy award winner. "A now recognized landmark of modern fantasy, Crowley's novel encompasses many worlds in its ambitious scope and triumphs on all counts ... A literate, touching and unassuming masterpiece." - Barron (ed.): Fantasy Literature, 4A-79. Pringle, Modern Fantasy: The Hundred Best Novels 76.

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc. ]
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