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        Life & Times of Michael K

      South Africa: Raven Press, 1983.. First edition of the author's first Booker Prize-winning novel. Octavo. Signed by the author on the title page. Fine in a fine dust jacket. "So purifying to the senses that one comes away feeling that one''s eye has been sharpened, one''s hearing vivified." (The New York Times Book Review)

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        Life & times of Michael K,

      Ravan Press, Johannesburg, 1983 - Johannesburg, Ravan Press 1983, 250 S., OPbd. m. OU., EA, vom Autor signiert, ausgestrichener Name auf Vorsatz Sprache: en [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Rüger]
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        The Robots of Dawn

      Huntington Woods, Michigan: Phantasia Press, 1983. 1 of 35 lettered and signed deluxe limited edition copies; this being the letter Q. Full black morocco goat with metal and plastic design elements inset on front board, silver titles and decorations of a metallic robot head, and a metallic positronic brain set in a red and blue ionic setting, metallic endpapers, 8vo, 336 pp. Signed by Asimov in silver ink on a special limitation page; issued without dust jacket. In pristine, very fine condition.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Full-Leather. Very Fine.

      [Bookseller: Idler Fine Books]
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        TEN YEARS IN AN OPEN NECKED SHIRT. And Other Poems. Original Manuscript and typescipts

      Arena. Published by Arrow books. London.,1983. FIRST EDITION. 8vo. (7.6 x 5 inches). Paperback. Illustrated throughout with black and white drawings by Steve Maguire. A very good copy with some minor rubbing to the edges but generally bright and tight. ---- With; A folder containing five A4 typescript and partial manuscript leaves of poems by Clarke that feature in the book, all in an early form and different from the published version, some quite substantially so. Number 1. Spilt Beans. -- 47 line poem. 31 lines (4 stanzas) typescript and the final 16 lines manuscript in JCC's hand in green ink. This version is very different to the published text. --- Number 2. Salome (published as Salome Maloney). 40 Line poem in 10 typed stanzas. This version substantially different to the published version. --- Number 3. Readers Wives. 20 line poem. 16 lines (4 stanzas) typed and four lines in JCC hand in green ink. There is a line and arrow showing the manuscript verse belongs between the second and third typed verses. This has some minor differences to the published version. --- Number. 4. Psycle Sluts (part 2). 54 lines (7 stanzas) typed. This has minor differences to the published version. --- Number 5. Bronze Adonis. 74 lines (8 stanzas) typed on 2 sides of the sheet. This has minor differences from the published version, and, more importantly, a whole 10 line stanza (the last) that was not published. Also included in the folder are 9 photographic reproductions of Steve Maguire's illustrations. Formerly the property of Writer and Publisher Jay Landesman (1919 - 2011).:

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        Four Great Castles Caernarfon - Conwy - Harlech - Beaumaris (Gregynog)

      Newtown, Powys: Gwasg Gregynog, 1983 In its grey card covers with tooling to edges, gilt shield of Sir Otto de Grandison to top cover. Spine has title in black ink. Internally, NO inscriptions, title page has a coloured cut of Sir Otto de Grandison's shield by Gerald Cobb, [6], (v-vi), 70 pp, [1], 8 atmospheric plates by David Woodford printed by him on his own etching press in Nant Ffrancon in Snowdonia, with its black buckram slipcase. An edition limited to just 150 copies bound by Desmond Shaw, as this is. There were also 15 specials bound by James Brockman. Published to mark the 750th anniversary of Edward 1's castle building in Wales. (Esslemont/Hughes Gwasg Gregynog 7)

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      Toronto: Salamander Press, 1983 Atwood, Margaret. SNAKE POEMS. Toronto: Salamander Press, 1983. Limited Edition handbound by Anne Goluska in Momi Kon paper over earthy dark green boards accordion style, printed leaf green & black title-piece pasted to the upper cover. A unique production designed by Glenn Goluska. One of only one hundred copies hand-numbered "60" & signed by Atwood. Although the limitation suggests that there are copies out there somewhere, in our experience, they rarely appear offered for sale. A very fine copy. $1175. 1st Edition. Illus. by Glenn Goluska.

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        Snake Poems

      Toronto: Salamander Press, 1983. Dark green paper boards bound accordion style. Limited edition hand bound by Anne Goluska, designed and printed by Glenn Goluska at The Nightshade Press in Toronto, 1983. Title pasted down to front board. Limited to 100 copies of which this is No. 91. Had numbered and signed by ATWOOD with an inscription for Greg, dated June 12, 1999. A FINE COPY.. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine. Book.

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        An original Seamus Heaney limerick, unique to the occasion, handwritten, signed and dated on a postcard illustrated with his portrait.

       Circumstances for the limerick are well documented. The Post Office receiving stamp establishes the postcard was mailed in Dublin 1 day after it was written, suggesting Heaney wrote it in Dublin. As wittily explained in the verse, the limerick was made per a request for an example of Heaney's signature. Below the limerick, a note establishes it is to assist in raising funds for the Swansea Fringe Festival, confirmed by the mailing address that also provides the full names of the persons in the limerick. Limerick, note, and address are handwritten by Seamus Heaney with a blue ballpoint pen: signed in full and dated June 14, 1983. THE ORIGINAL LIMERICK: This is not an ordinary Seamus Heaney signed item, of which there are many, for he has been generous with his time, nor is it a poem copied later in manuscript form, as for a deluxe limited edition. This is a unique, original ephemeral example, not known to have been ever published, of his light verse, signed, dated and exceptionally well documented by virtue of the limerick itself, the note by Heaney below the verse, and the method of transfer including information from the postal seal. "A couple named Ratcliffe + Hood / Have written to ask if I would / Just write out my name - / Which I do with some shame, / It seems so self-centered and rude." NOTE BELOW: "for the Swansea Fringe Grand Auction". MAILING ADDRESS: Helen Ratcliffe and Untepher Hood / Swansea Fringe Festival / Civic Information Centre / Singleton Street / Swansea SAI 3QG / Wales. POST CARD: Heaney portrait by Edward McGuire reproduced in color and published by the Ulster Museum, as color no. 7, stamped by The Republic of Ireland Post Office, Baile Átha Cliath (Dublin) at 6:30 PM on 15-VI (June 15), 1983. SWANSEA FRINGE: A contemporary offshoot of the Eisteddfod, the famous Welsh performance festivals, believed first held in 1980 (possibly 1981). The festival is held September 28-October 8 and generally has over 100 theatre, cabaret, music, and performance acts. Swansea in Swansea Province is Wales' 2nd largest city after Cardiff. CONDITION DETAIL: Never mounted. Handwritten Side: clean, ink bright, letters easily read: minute wear to tips and outer bottom tip with a light water stain that doesn't continue to other side. Address Section: Light vertical crease through 6 letters, affected letters clear. Three moderate abrasion spots 1) top edge, rubbing out printed capitals TCA in POSTCARD, 2) bottom corner, and 3) below limerick, well away from signature. A penciled annotation at bottom edge is mostly erased and barely visible. Color Reproduction: light crease runs horizontally across at chest: bottom tips with minute wear: outer top tip with light rub: light soiling to 2 spots near outer edge, otherwise clean and bright. LIMERICK: light verse of 5 lines with rhyme scheme of aabba, lines 1,2, and 5 with three metrical feet and lines 3 and 4 with two, the metre, traditional anapestic, 2 short syllables followed by a long. Use of word first documented1898 but usage of form pre-dates, at least to 1744 with published "Hickere, Dickere Dock", and likely back much further still: in Ireland the form flourished with the exchanges of the Maigue River poets in the 1730s, centered around Croom in County Limerick. SEAMUS HEANEY: 1995 recipient of Nobel Prize in Literature; first book-"Eleven Poems" (1965); first major collection-"Death of a Naturalist"(1966). In 1983, (year of limerick), he finished his acclaimed translation from the Irish of "Sweeney Astray". Permanent address-Dublin though he has resided frequently in the U.S., teaching at Harvard, etc. Heaney occasionally got up to Swansea, particularly the University. A limited edition booklet of poems, "Joy of Night" was published by the University of Swansea Press in 1994. EDWARD MCGUIRE [1932-86]: Described by art critic, Brian Fallon as, "the finest Irish portrait painter of his generation, and possibly the finest Irish portraitist since John Butler Yeats". He is recalled among friends and people Heaney knew, now dead, in "Seeing Things" (1992). The 1974 portrait painting of Seamus Heaney reproduced on the postcard is in the collection of the National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin.

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        EVERETT RUESS. A Vagabond For Beauty. Signed

      Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith, (Peregrine Smith Books), 1983 First Edition Signed by Edward Abbey, who penned the Afterword, and John Nichols, who wrote the Introduction, on the title-page and further dated by Edward Abbey, 'Tucson 1983'. 8vo. 228 pp. A fine copy in rose paper covered boards, gilt titles and decorations in a fine pictorial dustwrapper. A bright, fresh copy of this biography, accompanied by letters from the artist-poet Ruess, who disappeared in Southeastern, Utah in 1934 at the age of 20.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        [A SPECTACULAR COLLECTION OF ALL THE CORNERSTONE GODOT EDITIONS]. 1. En Attendant Godot. Piece en Deux Actes. 163, [5] pp. 8vo., 188 x 120 mm, in original blue and black printed paper binding. Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1952. WITH: 2. En Attendant Godot. Piece en Deux Actes. 163, [1] pp. 8vo., 188 x 120 mm, in original blue and black printed paper binding. Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1954. WITH: 3. Théâtre de Babylone. The Original Theatrical Program: Jean-Marie Serreau présente En Attendant GODOT de Samuel Beckett Mise en scène de Roger Blin. [12] pp. With black and white photographs of the actors, Beckett, Serreau, Blin, etc. Small square 8vo., 155 x 120 mm, printed coloured wrappers. Paris: Edition Artistique, [1953-4]. WITH: 4. Waiting for Godot. [1], 60, [3] ff. Includes four pages of photos from the original Paris-Blin production. 8vo., 210 x 120 mm, bound in original black cloth in pictorial dust-jacket. New York: Grove Press, 1954. WITH: 5.

      A Spectacular Collection of all the cornerstone Godot editions. Includes the True First Edition in French, the first illustrated edition, A Presentation Copy of the Faber and Faber English Edition -warmly inscribed by Beckett in 1983, a Presentation Copy of the original Grove edition, plus, original playbills for all the major initial productions of Godot onstage. Within this stellar set are the three seminal editions of Beckett's Waiting for Godot: which were all milestones in Beckett's career, and each had considerable impact on the development of "Theater of the Absurd." In fact, it was Godot which defined modernism in twentieth-century theater. Brooks Atkinson said of an early production, "it gave a frightening impression of being close to the truth of the human race waiting indolently for a solution that will never come."o and see Waiting for Godot. At the worst you will discover a curiosity, a four-leaved clover, a black tulip; at the best something that will securely lodge in a corner of your mind for as long as you live" (Bair, Deirdre, Samuel Beckett: A Biography. New York: Summit, 1990, p. 454). Ad 1: True First Edition. Beckett's Waiting for Godot, a milestone in a long productive career, this play has become the symbol of the "Theater of the Absurd." A fine copy. Ad. 2: First Illustrated Edition of Godot. This volume exactly reproduces the 1952 "Editions de Minuit" first edition but includes for the first time 4 pages of black and white photographs of the original cast performing Godot at the Théâtre de Babylone. Short tear to page 54, else fine copy. Ad 3: The playbill for the original French production of Godot at the Théâtre de Babylone, a diminutive theater in Paris. With photos of the first actors to perform in Godot, i.e. Julien Verdier, Lucien Raimbourg and Pierer Latour. The play opened on January 5th, 1953 and ran for over 300 performances. Ad. 4: First Edition in English, Presentation Copy, inscribed by Samuel Beckett: "For Jack (i.e. Jack Garfein) affectionally from Sam 20.11.87." The recipient of this copy was the actor / director Jack Garfein (b. 1930 in Mukaccvo, Czechoslovakia); young Garfein survived a stay in the Auschwitz concentration camp during WW II. In 1945, he emigrated to the U.S. and studied at the New School for Social Research before going into the theater. Garfein was the primary force behind The Actors and Directors Lab in both Los Angeles and New York, as well as the artistic director of The Harold Clurman Theatre in New York. He staged productions of Beckett's works, including an Alan Schneider directed triple-bill of "Ohio Impromptu" - "Catastrophe" - "What Were" in 1983, and a series of works by Beckett at New York's Samuel Beckett Theater. Dustjacket with light wear to top extremities, spine ever so slightly darkened. Presentation copies of any edition of Waiting for Godot are now very rare on the market. Ad. 5: Original playbill from the first New York production of Godot. The cast included Bert Lahr, E.G. Marshall and the chimerical Luchino Solito de Solis. Good condition, light dampstain to covers. Ad. 6: First English Edition. With publisher's note tipped-in announcing that "When Waiting for Godot was transferred from the Arts Theatre to the Criterion Theatre, a small number of textual deletions were made to satisfy the requirements of the Lord Chamberlain. The text printed here is that used in the Criterion Theatre production". Dustjacket with light fading to spine, one short tear closed, a few miniscule signs of wear to spine extremities. Ad 7; Later Edition of the Faber and Faber London printing. Presentation Copy from Beckett to George Hall "with all best wishes Samuel Beckett 29.11.83." " Presumably the recipient was the Broadway actor, George Hall (1916- 2002), who was a theater, TV, and movie actor, best remembered by his role as the elderly Dr. Henry "Indiana" Jones in the TV series "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles" (1992) His Broadway debut was in 1946. Fine copy. Ad. 8: Playbill for the infamous Criterion Production which when Godot was transferred from the Arts Theatre to the Criterion Theatre, a number of textual deletions were made to satisfy the requirements of the Lord Chamberlain. The complete text was not performed in England for another nine years. Ad. 9: Playbill for the acclaimed National Theater production of Godot with John Alderton as Estragon, Alec McCowen as Vladimir and Terence Rigby as Pozzo. This production used Beckett's revised text, based on his 1975 Schiller-Theater production, and the program reproduces three pages from his production notebook, along with a few photographs of the author and actors. Includes extracts from Michael Rudman's visit with Beckett in Paris in 1987, as well as extracts from the original reviews by Norman Mailer, Tennessee Williams, Clive Barnes et al. A fine copy. Ad. 10: Playbill for the famous Mike Nichols Production at the Lincoln Center Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater, starring F. Murray Abraham, Steve Martin, Robin Williams, and Bill Irwin. Directed by Mike Nichols. A near fine copy.

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        Here Follows a Collection of Little People Common to the Natural Forest

      Vancouver, B.C.: Charles Van Sandwyk 1983, 1st Edition. (Softcover) 5pp. As new. 1.25 X 1 inches. Calligraphic text and illustrations printed from original engraving. Edition of 50 copies. Published by the artist. Printed on somerset paper from a single etching, divided into 5 pages. Accordion fold, glued to inside front limp of case. Issued in three bindings- this one marbled paper. Small green paper loop to hold the book shut. A fantastic little book. A true miniature book. EXTREMELY RARE. Charles Van Sandwyk is a Vancouver artist and author who has attained renowned status and won numerous awards as a fantasy artist. His paintings can be found in the National Gallery of Canada and his illustrations are featured in such books as the Folio Society's "The Wind in the Willows" , & the Blue Fairy Book, as well as his own self published books such as: "Sketches from the Dream Island of Birds". Signed on last page by Van Sandwyk. Canadian Artist . .

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        Cycle of the Werewolf ---by Stephen King / The Land of Enchantment, #91 of 100 Copies with original Art and Separate Portfolio of Prints by Berni ( Bernie ) Wrightson -Signed By Stephen King and Berni Wrightson ( Bernie )(aka: Silver Bullet )

      Westland, Michigan: The Land of Enchantment / Christopher Zavisa, 1983, 1st Edition, 1st Printing, One of 100 Copies, Signed, Slipcased, Limited Edition ----------hardcover, a Fine copy in a Fine dustjacket with just the faintest hint of a wee bit of sunning to the spine, in a Near Fine/Fine slipcase, book is signed by KING and WRIGHTSON, numbered # 91, as well this comes with the separate portfolio of 12 colour prints and 12 b&w prints by Wrightson, the portfolio is numbered # 91 and is signed by KING and WRIGHTSON, laid-in to the book is an original werewolf sketch by Wrightson which is signed by WRIGHTSON, the 100 copy limited edition was issued with original artwork by Berni, the 100 copy edition rarely comes onto the secondary market, a wonderful copy of a truly rare edition, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Signed. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Illus. by Berni Wrightson / Bernie Wrightson.

      [Bookseller: Leonard Shoup]
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      [Westland, Michigan]: The Land of Enchantment / Christopher Zavisa Publisher,. [1983]. boards.. A fine copy in fine dust jacket and paper slipcase. (#139221). First edition. Part of the limited edition of 350 copies, this being one of 250 numbered copies designated the "Deluxe Edition" signed by King and artist Berni Wrightson. Basis for the 1985 film "Silver Bullet" from a screenplay by King starring Gary Busey.

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        Cycle of the Werewolf Portfolio + Berni Wrightson: An Appreciation (Signed Limited Edition)

      Westland, MI: Land of Enchantment / Christopher Zavisa, Publisher, 1983. Limited edition.. Heavy stock paper portfolio with internal pockets, enclosing two sets of prints.. Berni Wrightson. (12" x 15", opening up to 24" x 15"). From a signed and numbered limited edition of 350 copies, this being number 123, SIGNED by both Stephen King and Berni Wrightson on the inside pocket flap. Published in 1983, "Cycle of the Werewolf" by author Stephen King featured illustrations by legendary comic illustrator, Berni Wrightson. This limited edition portfolio, also published in 1983, includes two sets of prints illustrated by Wrightson from the "Cycle of the Werewolf" of which 12 are in full color (each measuring 8.5" x 11") and 12 are in black and white (each measuring 9.75" x 14"). Each set of prints is titled January through December. The 24 prints are enclosed in a heavy stock paper portfolio with internal pockets. The prints themselves are bright and clean and in fine condition overall. The portfolio enclosure is in very good condition, with some modest staining and creasing (see photos). The inside of the portfolio is otherwise clean, and includes"An Appreciation" of the famed artist written by Stephen King. A rare limited edition portfolio touched by the wonderfully strange minds of author Stephen King and legendary horror illustrator, Berni Wrightson.

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      London: Jonathan Cape and Hodder and Stoughton 1983, 1983. UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY, INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. Publisher's red paper wraps, printed in black. Pp.250 + [2], blank. Minor wear; near fine. Presented 'To Mike' and signed in full on the title page. John Gardner's third original novel starring Ian Fleming's Commander Bond. Uncommon in proof format, and RARE in signed state.

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        Spring '83.

      1983. 1983 - Gouache painting on paper. 22 x 30 inches. Provenance Roselyne C. Swig. Framed.

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      (Rétaud): Pré Nian Press. (1983). large square 8vo., stiff paper wrappers. not paginated.. Limited to 60 copies. Poems illustrated with two colorful silkscreens by Bracaval. Signed by the poet and illustrator. The heavy handmade paper wrapper is untrimmed at the lower edge. Bracaval has been awarded many prizes through nearly four decades beginning with the Prix Lafont in 1967 and most recently the Prix Robert Beltz in 2002. His works are continually exhibited and are held in such public collections as the Centre George Pompidou, British Library, and the Boston Athenaeum.

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      Turin: Einaudi,, 1983. Octavo. Original blue boards, titles to spine in black. With the dust jacket. An excellent copy in the very lightly marked dust jacket. First edition, first printing. With the author's signed presentation inscription to the first blank, "a Contardo Calligaris scambio di fantasmi Italo Calvino". Calligaris was a Brazilian scholar and the author of the first full-length study of Calvino.

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      Paris, France: Delpire/Ideodis Creation, 2011. First Edition Thus. First Printing.. Softcover. As New/No Dust Jacket, As Issued.. Paris, France: Delpire/Ideodis Creation, 2011. Softcover. As New/None, As Issued. First Edition Thus/First Printing. Unpaginated. Massive "summing-up" of the photographer&#39;s oeuvre. One of the most stunningly beautiful photography books of our time. The 2011 Revised Edition. Published in a very small and limited print run as a Slipcased Set only. The edition is now very scarce. An austerely elegant production by Delpire/Ideodis Creation: Oversize-volume format. There are five softcover volumes, numbered accordingly (hence the title) . The set weighs 10 pounds. Photographs, films, and text by Sarah Moon. DVD attached at the back of Volume 5. Printed on thick coated stock paper by EBS in Verona, Italy to absolutely the highest standards. Gray hard board slipcase. Without DJ, as issued. Presents, in a sumptuous Slipcased Set, the definitive retrospective of Sarah Moon&#39;s body of work. This is it, in all its glory: The enigmatic and mesmerizing work of the British-American expatriate artist/photographer whose trademark gossamer style has the pull of an ineffable dream. Born in the United Kingdom as Marielle Hadengue, Sarah Moon has now lived in Paris as an art and fashion photographer for most of her professional life. Moon enjoys a global cult following (she is worshipped in Tokyo, the Paris of the East) for her emotionally charged yet delicate, stylized eroticism, unencumbered by time, place, and context. "Sensuous and romantic, imbued with the cool, watery softness of late-afternoon light moon, her pictures have transformed the image of femininity" (Robert Delpire) . "Working in subtly toned black-and-white and an especially rich color, Moon conjures Expressionist, atmospheric images that can&#39;t be pinned down to a particular time" (The New Yorker Magazine) . An absolute "must-have" title for Sarah Moon collectors. <b><i> This copy is very prominently, neatly, and beautifully signed in black-ink pen on the front free endpaper of Volume 1 by Sarah Moon. It is signed directly on the page itself, not on a tipped-in page. This title is now highly collectible. As far as we know, this is the only signed copy available online and has no flaws, a pristine beauty. A rare signed copy thus. </b></i> Winner of The Grand Prize of the Bologna International Book Fair in 1983 for "Little Red Riding Hood", the only photographer ever to win the award. One of the finest living artist/photographers. A flawless collectible copy. (SEE ALSO OTHER SARAH MOON TITLES IN OUR CATALOG). ISBN 2851072625.

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        The Plant, Parts 2 and 3 (Signed)

      Bangor: Philtrum Press, 1983,1985. Advance issues.. See description for condition of items included.. Advance issues of two of the three parts of Stephen King&#39;s unfinished serial novel, <i>The Plant</i>. In the 1980s, King printed up limited editions of <i>The Plant</i> in three installments, from 1982 to 1985. Each book was issued separately, in editions of 226 copies, and each is a very difficult item to find these days. These are advance issues of Parts Two and Three, as follows: galley proof of Part Two, <u>annotated in ink by King in five places, three of them signed "Steve</u>." Includes the title page and pages 1-17, minus p. 9. 7-1/2" x 25", folded; near fine. <i>Together with</i> a photocopy typescript of Part Three, with <u>annotations by King throughout</u> in pencil and green, blue, red, black, violet and orange ink. Includes pages 1-56, minus page 50, plus the colophon and three versions of the title page; fine. Both items appear to have been working copies of the respective parts, which probably accounts in some fashion for the missing page in each, and strongly suggests that they are unique -- i.e., that it would have hindered the publication process for more than one version of either of these to have circulated, except perhaps sequentially. In any case, Stephen King manuscript material is extremely rare and seldom appears on the market; to have two of the three parts of <i>The Plant</i>, each annotated by hand by the author, is remarkable. We have never had, nor seen, comparable manuscript material or annotated galleys by King before.

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        THE PLANT

      Bangor, Maine: Philtrum Press,. 1983. decorated green wrappers, sewn.. A fine copy. (#140056). First edition. Limited to 226 copies of which this is number 109 of 200 numbered signed by King (this one a presentation copy with a signed inscription by King to a well-known New York book editor) dated 6 January 1983 on the recto of the first blank. The first of the legendary Plant booklets.

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        Haggadah de la Ve coupe

      Armand & Georges ISRAEL 1983 - 1 vol. in-40 157 p. reliés plein veau de couleur verte, dos à nerfs avec les mentions de titre, d'auteur et d'éditeur dorées. Plat supérieur ornementé d'un décor doré représentant une coupe, symbole du Séder de Pessa'h et plat inférieur comportant un décor gaufré de Moretti représentant un personnage. Tranches dorées. Ouvrage contenu dans une boîte en peau retournée verte à l'extérieur et en maroquin vert à l'intérieur. Plat supérieur de la boîte avec fenêtre en pexiglas ouvrant sur le décor du livre. Lithographies et sérigraphies de Raymond Moretti. Calligraphie originale deAcher AMAR. Texte en hébreu et en français. Paris, Armand & Georges ISRAEL, 1983. Épreuve d'artiste signé par l'illustrateur. Très bel exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Northampton, Massachusetts: Pennyroyal Press, 1983. No. 175 OF 350 COPIES. Hardcover. 349 x 254 mm (13 3/4 x 10"). Portfolio: 355 x 260 mm. (14 x 10 1/4") xvi, 282 pp., [2] leaves. Two volumes (including portfolio of prints). With essays by Ruth Mortimer, Emily Sunstein, Joyce Carol Oates, and William St. Clair. No. 175 OF 350 COPIES. Original tan quarter morocco over maroon cloth boards by Sam Ellenport at the Harcourt Bindery, raised bands, maroon leather label with calligraphic titling. In the matching publisher&#39;s (just slightly marked) folding cloth box. WITH 52 WOOD ENGRAVINGS BY BARRY MOSER, and with an extra suite of plates in a portfolio, each of the extra plates signed by him. Printed by Harold McGrath in Poliphilus and Wilhelm Klingsporschrift type. "A Century for the Century" 92. Very faint foxing to fore and tail edges of the book block, otherwise spotless and unworn. Moser&#39;s dark and haunting wood engravings are well suited to Shelley&#39;s classic tale of horror, and the work was acclaimed by the Grolier Club as one of its "Century for the Century." We never see the monster in full here; the artist cleverly shows us only glimpses of the horror and allows our imaginations to elaborate. At the same time, the model for an earnest but fanatical Victor Frankenstein was a very real person--printer Art Larson, who worked with McGrath and Moser in the early 1980s. The layout of the text here is noteworthy, as it echoes the design of 15th century books: most pages are a solid block of letterpress, the paragraph openings marked with tiny cruciform ornaments just as paragraphs in incunables were indicated with small painted flourishes. This design, the typeface (clean, elegant, roman), and the airy spacing make for a page that is striking in its simplicity and, thus reminiscent, not only of early printing, but also particularly of Doves Press books. In addition to the three volumes of the 1818 text of "Frankenstein," this edition includes critical essays by Sunstein, St. Clair, and Oates, and a publishing history by noted bibliographer Ruth Mortimer.

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev]
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        An Enquiry Into the Nature of Certain Nineteenth Century Pamphlets, A Sequel to an Enquiry: The Forgeries of Buxton Forman & Wise, & Two Poems (3 vols)

      London and Berkeley: Scolar Press, [1983]. Hard Cover. Fine. Hard Cover. 8vo. Two of the volumes are bound in full black morocco with gilt titles to spines; the 3rd volume is actually a portfolio which houses two pamphlets and is bound in quarter black morocco with grey paper boards and gilt title to spine. All volumes are housed in a black cloth slipcase. The two pamphlets mentioned above are: "Two Poems" by Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning (Chapman & Hall, 1854) and "A Note on Two Poems" by Nicolas Barker (Scolar Press, 1983). Both pamphlets are in sewn cream paper wrappers. The "Note on Two Poems" is printed in an edition limited to 80 copies, of which this is number 64. "An Inquiry into the Nature..." is a second edition while the other book and both pamphlets are all first editions. Both books have approximately 400 pages each; "Two Poems" is 15 pages and "A Note on Two Poems is 27 pages. BOB/041906.

      [Bookseller: The Kelmscott Bookshop]
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        The History of Middle Earth, Volumes 1 - 12

      London: Allen & Unwin/Unwin Hyman/Harper Collins, 1983. First Edition. Original Cloth. J.R.R. Tolkien. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. A complete History of Middle Earth, in Twelve Volumes. All 12 volumes in Near Fine in Near Fine/Very Good Plus dustjackets. Only the lightest of rubbing to the dustjackets, no chipping or loss to any. #3 The Lays of Beleriand shows some wrinkling in the laminate, as often found. A slight bit of fading to the spine of #5 The Lost Road, only noticeable if dustjacket is spread out. #7 The Treason of Isengard has a small 1/4" closed tear to the top of the front spine fold. An outstanding set for the collector. Allen and Unwin first printings of the first 4 volumes housed in a black buckram slipcase with ribbon pull, Unwin Hyman first printings of the second 4 volumes housed in a black buckram slipcase with ribbon pull, and Harper Collins first printings of the final 4 volumes, housed in a black buckram slipcase with a silk ribbon pull. Only 2 volumes are price clipped, #5 & #6, with Unwin Hyman price label on #5. Points of issue on the 12 books are as follows: No price on dustjacket #1, #2, #4, #7, #9, #11, #12. Price on dustjackets #3, #5, #8, #10. No names or writing in any of the books. No foxing or offsetting in any of the books. The first four books, published by Allen & Unwin have the topstain on the top edge. The final 3 volumes have the slightest toning to the edges of the text block as is so often found, #10 & #12 much less than the norm. #12 The Peoples of Middle Earth is an exceptional copy, no rubbing or flaws to the dustjacket as is so often the case with this very scarce book. Edited by Christopher Tolkien from his father&#39;s manuscripts, detailing the evolution of Tolkien&#39;s life long works dealing with Middle Earth. Digital photo&#39;s available, inquire if interested. Other Tolkien books available, include both the UK and US editions, original cloth bindings, custom fine bindings, and Signed/Numbered/Limited Editions. Near Fine / Very Good Plus.

      [Bookseller: The Tolkien Bookshelf]
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        The Witches

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1983. Octavo. Original green boards, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Illustrated by Quentin Blake. Spine lightly bumped, dust jacket price clipped. First edition, first impression. Signed by Quentin Blake on the title page.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      Octopus Books Limited. London.,1983. FIRST EDITION. 4to. (11.2 x 9.7 inches). Limited edition. One of only 25 copies, numbered and signed by the author, specially bound by Zaehnsdorf of London. This copy bound for Hugh Pigott, (possibly related to the wine writer Stuart Pigott). The book is fully illustrated throughout with colour photographs. Fine leather binding of full black morocco. Spine with raised bands. Compartments lettered and decorated with gilt bunches of grapes. The Zaehnsdorf logo of a gilt Z on a red morocco onlay is in the bottom panel. Front panel with Hugh Pigott's name beneath a gilt bunch of grapes and three leather onlay and gilt illustrated leaves, two red and one green. All edges gilt. Gilt inner dentelles. Marbled endpapers. Housed in a felt lined black cloth slip case. A fine copy in a wonderful decorative leather binding.:

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        Poems by Li Po

      (Lexington, KY: Anvil Press, 1983). Two quarto volumes. 72; 17pp. One of 150 copies. Designed and printed by Carolyn Hammer with the assistance of W. Gay Reading and Paul Holbrook in red and black Hammer Uncial on Iyo Glazed paper. Bound by Hammer, Reading, and Susan Coates in black cloth with printed label. Li Po&#39;s seal appears on the title page, having been reproduced from a seal impression in "Mr. Ho&#39;s History of Seals" from 1623. The second volume was printed by Byron-Page Printing Co. and bound in gray Mingei paper. It contains the translator&#39;s notes and a phonographic recording of T&#39;ang Dynasty music on authentic period instruments. Both volumes are housed in a black cloth chemise with black ties. Fine copy with only light discoloration to edges of chemise. Extra paper spine label laid in to first volume.

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        Karsh: A Fifty-Year Retrospective

      Boston: Little, Brown and Company. 1st Edition. Hardcover. SIGNED LIMITED FIRST EDITION, letter "B" of only 32 copies reserved for the artist and publisher (out of a total deluxe edition of 332 copies). Signed by Karsh in the book and with a SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH created especially for this edition. A fine copy in the original shipping box. Each copy of the deluxe edition was issued with a signed 11x14 inch (image area, 8.5 x 11 in.) original photograph of one of four subjects (Winston Churchill, Ernest Hemingway, Georgia O&#39;Keeffee, Pablo Casals) issued in equal numbers. This copy with the photograph of Hemingway. The book is illustrated throughout with nearly 200 magnificent portraits of many of the most influential people of the century. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1983. Printed in Switzerland of the New York Graphic Society. Quarto, original half morocco over cloth boards; original cloth folding box; original shipping box. A few tiny marks to binding. A fine copy, completely as issued in the original shipping box.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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        Teenage Lust. An Autobiography

      New York: Larry Clark,, 1983. Quarto. Original grey photographically illustrated stiff wrappers, titles to spine in black. Photographic illustrations throughout. Corners and edges of spine very lightly rubbed, a lovely, bright copy. First edition, first printing. Signed by the Larry Clark on the title page. Not published as a hardback.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Teenage Lust: An Autobiography

      New York: Self-published, 1983 Paperback SIGNED. First edition, first printing. Very Good paperback with a touch of soiling and rubbing and creases to the spine; protected by a custom acetate dj. A nice copy overall. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. Unpaginated; 92 b&w reproductions; 9 x 11 inches. SIGNED BY CLARK on the title page with "NYC" and dated in 1998; no inscription. Clark&#39;s second book, following Tulsa; only issued in paperback. See: Roth, Book of 101 Books, p244-245; Auer, 802 PhotoBooks, p648.

      [Bookseller: A&D Books]
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        ONE CHRISTMAS. Signed

      New York: Random House, 1983 First Trade Edition. 8vo. Original maroon cloth lettered in gilt. Inscribed in ink by the author on the front endpaper: "For John and Joy, two very/ special people./Please look after my dearest/little friend for me /Love, Truman." John Miller was a film director doing a series of interviews with Joanne Carson - Johnny&#39;s second wife and Truman&#39;s dearest friend. Joanne arranged for Truman to inscribe copies of, A Christmas Memory and One Christmas for John. A copy of a typed affidavit signed by Miller on his letterhead detailing his relationship with Carson and Capote, with a 3"x 5" original colour photo of Joanne, Truman and John is inserted into the book. Near fine or better in the original slipcase. This presentation copy of One Christmas is especially poignant as it was TC&#39;s last Christmas - he passed in Joanne&#39;s home August 25, 1984.. Signed by Author. First Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Lyonesse: Suldrun&#39;s Garden; Lyonesse: The Green Pearl; Lyonesse: Madouc

      Novato, CA and Lancaster, PA: Underwood-Miller, (1983)-1989. First editions, first printings.. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. The Lyonesse trilogy. Volume 1 is One of 500 signed and numbered copies. It is in fine condition, in a fine dustwrapper, unclipped; Volume 2 is one of 600 signed numbered copies, in fine condition, in fine, unclipped dustwrapper and in the publisher&#39;s slipcase. Volume 3 is the first edition in fine condition in a fine unclipped dustwrapper.

      [Bookseller: Thorn Books]
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        The Velveteen Rabbit ; the Reluctant Dragon ; Aesop&#39;s Fables ; Beauty and the Beast ; Mother Goose a Collection of Classic Nursery Rhymes Easton Press Leatherbound 5 Volume Set Illustrated by Michael Hague

      Easton Press. Fine with No dust jacket as issued. Hardcover. Easton Press Leatherbound Five Volume Set. Multi color Leather bindings with gold gilt lettering and design. All are in FINE condition. A very small quantity of these were produced. Long out of Print. Gold gilt page edges. Silk ribbon marker. Original illustrations copyrights are between 1983 and 1985. Illustrated by Michael Hague. The Velveteen Rabbit ; the Reluctant Dragon ; Aesop&#39;s Fables ; Beauty and the Beast ; Mother Goose a Collection of Classic Nursery Rhymes. This item exceeds standard weight & will require extra postage. Please inquire. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall .

      [Bookseller: Book Gallery // Mike Riley]
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        Milongas. Prologo and Epilogo del Autor. Grabados Originales de Ana Maria Moncalvo

      Buenos Aires: Ediciones Dos Amigos. 1983. First Edition thus, one of 30 Roman-numeralled copies only, all on Richard de Bas hand-made white paper, each signed in pen by the author, Jorge Luis Borges, and the designer / publisher, Samuel Cesar Palui. Page size: 9-3/4 x 6-1/4 inches; 58pp. Bound by Maria Sol Rebora: full fawn-colored goatskin with onlays of three shades of cream, plus tan and black morocco, each applied in vertical bands of irregular widths, with gilt fillets tooled horizontally at irregular widths, the title in gilt on a smooth spine, fawn colored morocco doublures with vertical gilt fillets at irregular widths on the front and rear flyleaves, signed in gold gilt on lower rear turn-in, Sol Rebora," top edge gilt, headbands of fawn colored and gold gilt thread, white Japan paper guards with gold gilt threads in the paper, original wrappers bound in, housed in quarter goatskin clamshell box of gray goatskin with title and author stamped in gold gilt on spine and edges, with gilt fillets running length of spine, and gray paper over boards, fine. Sol Rebora has designed and executed an especially elegant binding for this beautiful book from Ediciones Dos Amigos. The design is deceptively simple as she has used vertical and horizontal lines at irregular distances to form a strong architectural image. A further integral part of the design is her use of the grains of the morocco placed in contrast to one another to create visual depth on a flat surface. Maria Sol Rebora began her studies in fine bookbinding in 1996 in her native Argentina. She has since studied binding with Betsy Palmer and Deborah Evetts and design with Monique Lallier, Edwin Heim, Jean-Luc Honneger and Jan Sobota, as well as at the Centro del bel Libro, Ascona. Her work is currently featured in the 100th Anniversary Exhibition of the Guild of Book Workers, a juried exhibition. & Included in this collection of Jorge Luis Borges poems, known as "Milongas," is a previously unknown Milonga, titled "Unfaithful." Borges has also added a new Prologue and Afterward to this collection of poetry for. In the Afterwood, he thanks the artist, publisher, and printer for their work in bringing this book to life. & Under the direction of Samuel Cesar Palui, one of the "Dos Amigos," this edition was hand set and printed letterpress in Kluekens 12pt. in two colors, black for the text and red for the running heads, initial letters, and page numbers, by Ruben and Claudio Lapolla. The four aquatints by Ms. Moncalvo were pulled with the assistance of Mirta Ripoll; all are sepia and black. Combined with Ms. Rebora&#39;s classically beautiful binding, the reader / viewer sees a true livre de peintre in the French tradition with a decidedly "New World" emphasis and twist. Borges&#39; poems, known as "Milongas," were frequently set to the music of the tango and have contributed greatly to the cultural life of Argentina. This copy is about as beautiful contemporary book as one could hope to find. <br>See an <A HREF= >Image.</A><br>

      [Bookseller: Priscilla Juvelis, Inc.]
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        Four great castles

      [Newtown, Montgomeryshire, Wales]: Gwasg Gregynog [The Gregynog Press], 1983. Folio (26.9 cm, 10.5"). [2], vi, 70, [2] pp.; 8 plts. Fine press edition of this essay on the architecture and history of Caernarfon, Conwy, Harlech, and Beaumaris, opening with a foreword by Charles, Prince of Wales. Illustrated with eight delicately, precisely etched views by => David Woodford, printed by him on his own press in Snowdonia, the volume was designed and otherwise printed by Eric Gee at => Gregynog Press on Zerkall mould-made paper with deckle edges. The present example is numbered copy 96 of 165 printed &#151; 150 bound as here, with an additional 15 copies specially bound. Provenance: Front pastedown with bookplate of Norman J. Sondheim, the American collector of press books. Publisher&#39;s grey marbled paper&#150;covered sides, front cover with gilt-stamped coat of arms, spine with black-stamped title; spine a touch sunned with unobtrusive small scuff towards foot, sides very slightly sprung, slipcase lacking. Front pastedown with bookplate as above. Volume clean and unworn, beautiful and uncommon.

      [Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia]
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        The curate of Clyro / extracts from the diary of the Reverend Francis Kilvert ; selected and introduced by Meic Stephens ; illustrated with wood engravings by Sarah Van Niekerk

      Newtown (Wales) : Gwasg Gregynog, 1983. 1st Edition in this form. Physical description: [44] leaves ; 25cm. Subjects: Kilvert, Robert Francis (1840-1879) -- Diaries -- England -- 19th century -- Rural life. Church of England -- Clergy -- Biography -- Correspondence, diaries, etc. Robert Francis Kilvert was an English clergyman remembered for his diaries reflecting rural life in the 1870s, which were first published over fifty years after his death. Near fine copy bound in cloth-backed, decorated, paper-covered boards. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Limited edition of 250 numbered copies - this is no. 227. Printed on Barcham Green Maidstone Light Toned hand-made paper. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        The Curate of Clyro

      Newtown, Powys: Gwasg Gregynog, 1983 Extracts from the Diary of the Reverend Francis Kilvert. An edition limited to 296 copies, of which there were 16 special copies, and 280 normal copies all bound by James Brockman as is this copy. Bound in quarter brown cloth spine with specially commissioned brown Cockerell marbled paper boards, title in brown to paper label on spine, published in September 1983, small Harlech College paper label to fpd, remains of removed small label to fep, [82] pp, 12 wood engravings, top edges unopened, 237*155mm. Immediately popular and was soon out of print! (Esslemont and Hughes, Gwasg Gregynog 8). Kilvert, Church of England clergyman and writer. See ODNB.Sarah van Niekerk, member of: Society of Wood Engravers Royal Society of Painter/Printmakers Royal West of England Academy Hon. Royal Birmingham Society of Artists Bath Society of Artists.

      [Bookseller: Madoc Books]
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        Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Tom Sawyer&#39;s Comrade), A Facsimile of the Manuscript, 2 Vols. A Bruccoli Clark Book

      Detroit: Gale Research Company. 1983. First edition thus. Hardcover. Fine. First edition, 1983. Two volumes, complete. Full leather with beautiful color inlay and onlay Zaehnsdorf bindings with gilt titles and gilt edges housed in cloth slipcase, clean unmarked text, Fine copies in Near Fine slipcase. Published by Gale as a Bruccoli-Clark title, this deluxe edition comes from Matthew Bruccoli&#39;s own collection, and we have been told by Rick Layman (Bruccoli&#39;s publishing partner) that Zaehnsdorf bound fewer than 50 sets this way to market to collectors, but that Gale trashed the majority of these, as they remained unsold. Matthew Joseph Bruccoli (1931-2008) was the foremost F. Scott Fitzgerald scholar and bibliographer of his time. Additionally, he wrote on, and edited critical editions of Hemingway, Hammett, Cozzens, Thomas Wolfe, John O&#39;Hara, and Vladimir Nabokov. He studied bibliography under the tutelage of Fredson Bowers and worked with Jacob Blanck on the Bibliography of American Literature. He was responsible for the republication and rediscovery of dozens of forgotten American novels, and went on to be the editor and publisher of the 400+ volume Dictionary of Literary Biography, and was the chief editor of the University of Pittsburgh Press bibliography series.

      [Bookseller: Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB]
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      London, St. Michael / Purnell, 1983.. Image size 150 x 198 mm, 6 x 7¾ inches, a charming river scene with beautiful trees on the far bank, a small rowing boat in the foreground, Ratty on the oars and Mole pointing at the wild wood. Signed "BIRO" on the lower edge of the image at the left. In large cream mount. A Fine example. This edition produced for Marks & Spencer, contained 50 illustrations by the versatile and prolific Hungtarian artist Val Biro, famous amongst other things, for the Gumdrop series. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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        Five Poems. With a Foreword by Edward Mendelson

      (Cedar Falls): Labyrinth Editions, 1983. Quarto. (36)pp. From a total edition of 120 copies, this is one of twelve printed entirely on vellum by Richard Bigus, illustrated by Maureen Carey, and signed by the printer, the artist, and Auden&#39;s bibliographer, Edward Mendelson, who provides the Foreword. The illustration is a woodcut reproduction of Breughel&#39;s "Fall of Icarus," shown opposite "Musée des Beaux Arts," the poem in which it is described. The Foreword and each of the five poems commence with a three-line initial in gold leaf, built out with gesso. Blue initials begin each stanza. Printed by a perfectionist who wrote "Whole days were spent kerning and adjusting letters on each two-page spread." Handsewn and bound in full limp vellum by Claudia Cohen and Sarah Creighton. Housed in vellum-backed silk clamshell box. Extremely fine.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
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        Signed Photos of the 1983-1984 New York Yankees Baseball Team

      New York Yankees, New York 1983 - An amazing collection of 23 small 4" x 5" black and white photos of many of the 1983-84 New York Yankees baseball team that have been individually signed by them. The names of the players have been written on the bottom of the white margins. The players included are; RUDY MAY, DAVE RIGHETTI, JAY HOWELL, JOHN MONTEFUSCO, LOU PINELLA, DAVE WINFIELD, LARRY MILBOURNE, WILLIE RANDOLPH, ROY SMALLEY, DON BAYLOR, ANDRE ROBERTSON, BERT CAMPANERIS, KEN GRIFFEY, DALE MURRAY, RON GUIDRY, GRAIG NETTLES, GEORGE FRAZIER, MATT KEOUGH, RICH GOSSAGE, BOB SHIRLEY, SHANE RAWLEY, BILLY MARTIN AND YOGGI BERRA. Also included is an 8" x 10" group portrait of the 1983 team. Fine. Also included is a vg paper copy of "N.Y. Yankees Collectibles" A price guide to memorabilia for America's favorite tearm, by the stff of Beckett Baseball Card Monthly. The book has prices for all sorts of memorbilia and is illus. with many color photos. This is a first edition pub. in 1999. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ira Joel Haber - Cinemage Books]
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        Två Skådespel. Natten är dagens mor / Kaos är granne med Gud.

      Stockholm; Bonniers, 1983. First edition. [20x12,5 cm]. 243, (1) pp. Pictorial wrappers. Rear panel a trifle soiled. Very fine. First publication of the two plays 'The Night is Mother to the Day' and 'Chaos is God's Neighbor'. The plays were premiered in 1982 and 1983, respectively, and were broadcast in Swedish television in 1984, which led to Norén's breakthrough as a dramatist, and which gave birth to a new expression in Swedish: ''Norénstämning'' (''Norén mood/athmosphere'' -- applied at family gatherings of the awful kind). The two plays are generally considered the most important events in Swedish theatre since the days of Strindberg. Inscribed: ''Till min vän Ingmar från Lars / december 1983''. The recipient is unknown to us

      [Bookseller: Patrik Andersson Antikvariat]
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        The Psychology of Déjà Vu: Have I Been Here Before?

      Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press, 1983.. First Edition. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0854947639 Signed by Author Undamaged binding. Clean throughout. Unmarked except for author's signed presentation inscription on half-title, to which the author has also stapled his business card. This was the first investigation of the "déjà vu" phenomenon written from a psychological perspective. xx + 277pp.

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        Bestiario de Oxford. Manuscrito Ashmole 1511 de la Biblioteca Bodleian. Traducción de Carmen Andreu. Estudio Codicológico y estético por Xénia Muratova. Los bestiarios en la literatura medieval por Daniel Poiriion

      Edces. de Arte y Bibliofillia/University of Oxford, Madrid 1983 - Fol., 2 vols. (Vol. 1: 104 hojas, letra gótica, 131 grabados pintados a la aguada sobre fondo de oro, seis a toda página, capitales decoradas; vol. 2: estudio y comentarios, 172 p.). Ejemplar nº 25 de una tirada de 495. Bestiario: Plena piel, nervios, lomo y planos muy decorados con figuras doradas; Comentarios: tela editorial. Todo debidamente estuchado. Soberbia edición de un manuscrito de la colección del alquimista y astrólogo francmasón Elías Ashmole (1617-1692), conservada en la Biblioteca Bodleyana de Oxford. Se compone de 104 hojas en pergamino, precedidas de hojas en blanco (nueve al principio, ocho al final), de escritura gótica regular y uniforme, con mayúsculas afiligranadas rojas y azules de dimensiones modestas, seis hojas adornadas con espectaculares miniaturas a toda página, todas sobre fondo de oro, entre las que sobresalen la imagen de Cristo o del Dios creador, y 131 hermosísimos grabados con figuras policromadas de animales, todas igualmente sobre fondo de oro, que muestran un buen conocimiento de las ciencias naturales. La obra es un tratado didáctico sobre la significación alegórica, religiosa y moral de los animales mencionados en la Biblia y tiene un doble significado: muestra el conocimiento de la naturaleza como camino para acercarse a Dios, y es un himno de alabanza al Creador. Facsímiles. Literatura religiosa. Literatura moral. Zoología. Ciencias naturales. Facsimile. Religious literature. Moral literature. Zoology. Natural sciences.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Studio]
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