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        WITHOUT YOU THE TRAGIC STORY OF BADFINGER

      USA: FRANCES GLOVER BOOKS, 1997 LIMITED NUMBERED EDITION 152 OF 1000 WITH CD AND SIGNED LETTER FROM AUTHOR.REVIEWDan Matovina fervently delves into the history of this ill-fated band, slowly revealing the details of what led to the tragic suicides of the main members of this group: Chief songwriter / guitarist Peter Ham's weakness was his gullibility, naivety and stubborness. Bassist Tom Evans' weakness was an (at that time) undiagnosed bi-polar condition resulting in abberant behaviour made far worse by alcohol binges.Drummer Mike Gibbins goes along to get along, which both helps and hinders at different times and the other surviving member Joey Molland is painted as a jealous, competitive, selfish man - influenced to be this way by an opportunisitic and sociopathic wife who manipulates him emotionally by withholding sex, love etc.These are strong words and impressions indeed but not entirely unwarranted when you consider independently of this book - Molland's release of the 1990 live album "Day After Day" which had the other band members parts removed or tinkered with and terrible modern digital effects implanted which ruined what could have been an important musical document of that time - warts and all. The inner sleeve for that CD - showing Molland seated and smiling smugly to himself as two other band members gaze fondly at him and main member Pete Ham is ignored and slightly edged out of the picture - tells us a lot and reinforces author Mantovina's character sketch of Molland's behavior displayed in the book.Although Molland's wife Kathy is truly a disgusting drama-queen who tries to meddle in everything she can, the biggest sociopath and villain here is manager Stan Polley - a man so bereft of morals and principle that there are really no words in the English language to describe the depths of what an odious, evil person he truly is.This book has come under fire for what it alleges. But those that doubt the darker aspects of these two characters can independently verify for themselves: Kathy Molland's name appears in the album credits of Badfinger's 'Andy Norris' song - even though she was not ever a musician or writer. She also clamors for attention in an "I was there" type interview done independently of this book, causing the viewer to ask "Why is she being interviewed when she's not a member of the band?" Stan Polley's other activities include ruining the careers of Lou Christie, Charlie Calello, and several other musicians, as well as later investors and business developers operating far outside of the music industry.Essentially the bands' fallacies overtake them because of adverse conditions imposed by Polley whose intent is to manipulate them out of all their money. The band members and their surrounding people unknowingly all slowly descend into playing roles which exacerbate the situation. In some capacity everyone is to blame for what happens.The book is instructive to any would-be musicians in the modern music business, though in truth many bands in this era were ripped off in the exact same fashion. Today the stereotypical psychopathic music business executive is an unquestioned regular staple in the pop music business. Look no further than the Idol TV shows, where talentless non-musicians sit as self-appointed judges and tell naive aspiring singers how to sing. It's also evident in the moral content (or lack thereof) of today's top 40 song lyrics which thousands of young impressionable kids are being exposed to. Stan Polley would have loved this era so dearly and truly lived in the wrong time.This book merely serves as a warning to avoid these music business pitfalls by documenting what happens when you do become involved with toxic people, or at the very least - fail to recognize a deterioration of relationships and situations as they are.The book overall is excellently written and the characters come to life in Mantovina's portrayals.In one sense, aside from Polley, there really are no villains here, just tragic unwitting victims playing a game where each participant loses big. And everyone does from the Beatles right on down

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        A Good Wife Wouldn't.

      North Bay, Canada:: Transformer Press,, 1997.. Edition of 10. 8.5 x 10.25" tunnel book with six pages. Lise Melhorn-Boe: " This is a story about a woman who wants a dishwasher, but whose husband won't let her buy one, even with a prescription from her doctor, and money from his parents, was told to me by Danielle Hart. It's a tunnel book made of pink handmade paper hands with colour-copied images of dirty dishes, washed dishes in a drainer and a dishwasher at the end of the tunnel. I was on a canoe trip with a friend and two friends of hers, one of whom as a laywer, who had been, in her teenage years, a rower. Her sister was an Olympic medalist for Canada in rowing and competed at the Olympics in Munich. The sister was expected to win a gold but then was injured in an accident during training (another rower's paddle ripped open her leg). She competed anyway and managed to get a Bronze even though it was obvious to everyone that she was in extreme pain. She became a big heroine. [The lawyer sister] told me the story as we were sitting around the campfire. Because she was such a strong woman herself, and obviously from a strong a family of strong women, she just couldn't understand the woman in the dishwasher story and why she wouldn't just go out and buy a dishwasher. ... [However,] I could picture my mother in this very same situation. I made a quilt with the story on it, with real rubber gloves appliqued to the quilt. It's such a good story that I later made the book too.

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        POISSON D'OR. Roman

      - Paris, Gallimard - NRF, 1997. Broché: 14.5 x 21.5 cm, 251-[5] p., non coupé. Édition originale. Un des 90 exemplaires sur vélin pur fil des papeteries Malmenayde (no. 24) seul grand papier. À l'état de neuf. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Neurogenetics vol 1-5: 9 books

      Halbleinen 5 Bände in 9 Büchern aus den Jahren 1997 bis 2004 in Halbleinen gebunden. Ehemalige Bibliotheksexemplare mit entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen. , Preise inkl. Mwst.

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        Contacts: Stage, Theatre, Film, Radio No.87, 1997/98

      Spotlight 1997 - Paperback; English language; good condition. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. For buyers outside the UK we now offer significantly lower rates on our airmail shipping. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Michael Hartnett, photographed in Dublin in 1997.

      1997. Ireland, 1997. Original photograph by John Minihan of irish poet Michael Hartnett on archival paper. Image: 23 cm x 31 cm / Framed: 37 cm x 44 cm. From the library of irish photographer John Minihan. With John's copyright-stamp verso. Signed and titled by John Minihan verso. Beautifully framed. John Minihan is an Irish photographer, born in Dublin in 1946 and raised in Athy, County Kildare. At the age of 12 he was brought to live in London, and went on to become an apprentice photographer with the Daily Mail. At the age of 15 he won the Evening Standard amateur photography competition. At 21 he became the youngest staff photographer for the Evening Standard. For thirty years he remained in London, returning every year to his hometown of Athy to record the people and their daily lives.nnThe work of Minihan in Athy makes up a large part of his canon. Minihan began taking photos in Athy when he was 16. The photos are an attempt to document the lives of the ordinary people of the town in their day to day business and also in times of joy and sadness, notably during the wake of a woman called Katy Tyrrell.nIn between documenting Athy on visits home, Minihan continued his career on Fleet Street, which included the iconic snap of the 19-year-old Lady Diana Spencer in the garden of the nursery at which she worked, the morning sun to her back, her legs in silhouette through her skirt. Diana had just been announced as the Prince of Wales's love interest and photographers raced to take her photo, Minihan having the fortune to turn up first.nOver the years Minihan developed a close relationship with many writers and his photographs of Samuel Beckett show a particular affinity between the two men. Minihans photos of Beckett are some of his best known, one in particular is described as one of the greatest photos of the twentieth century. William S. Burroughs once referred to Minihan as "a painless photographer".nnMinihan is perhaps best known for his photographs of Samuel Beckett. Minihan first expressed a desire to photograph Beckett in 1969, following Becketts winning of the Nobel Prize for literature, having noticed that all the available photos of Beckett were of a poor quality;nn 'We were running a story but discovered there were only two very vague images of Beckett taken many years before. It was like he didn't exist - that was the moment I decided I wanted to meet this man and take his photograph.'nnMinihan first encountered Beckett in London in 1980, while Beckett was working on a production of one of his own plays, Endgame. Minihan met Beckett in the Hyde Park hotel and showed him some of his photos of Athy to break the ice. The two met on a number of occasions over the next few years, but it was not until 1985 that they met in Paris. They arranged to meet in the restaurant of the Hotel PLM, a regular haunt of Beckett. At ten to five, with the light fading, Minihan took the photo that would go on to be called by some as the photograph of the twentieth century. John Calder credited Minihan with capturing,nn 'the introspective, infinitely sad gaze of a man looking into the abyss of the world's woes'.nnAmong his numerous photographic publications are Photographs: Samuel Beckett (1995); Shadows from the Pale, Portrait of an Irish Town (1996); and An Unweaving of Rainbows, Images of Irish Writers, 1996.nHe is currently a freelance photographer specialising in 'the arts'. His book of photographs of Samuel Beckett was published in 1995. His photographs of Athy have been exhibited throughout the world. He was given the freedom of Athy in 1990. Minihan currently lives and works in West Cork. nMinihan's many exhibitions in museums and galleries around the world include the Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, 1984; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris 1986; the National Portrait Gallery, London 1987/8 and the October Gallery, London 1990 as well as the Guinness Hop Store, Dublin 1991. (Wikipedia)

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        Paradise ***Signed***

      Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., New York, NY 1997 - Inscribed "Toni Morrison / March 1998" on title page in black ink. Born February 1 8, 1931, Lorain, Ohio, USA. Original name CHLOE ANTHONY WOFFORD American writer noted for her examination of black experience ( particularly black female experience) within the black community. She received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1993. Morrison grew up in the American Midwest. She attended Howard University (B.A., 1953) in Washington, D.C., and Cornell University (M.A., 1955) in New York. After teaching at Texas Southern University for two years, she taught at Howard from 1957 to 1964. In 1965 she became a fiction editor. From 1984 she taught writing at the State University of New York at Albany, leaving in 19 89 to join the faculty of Princeton University. The central theme of Morrison's novels is the black American experience; in an unjust society her characters struggle to find themselves and their cultural identity. Morrison's use of fantasy, her sinuous poetic style, and her rich interweaving of the mythic gave her stories great strength and texture. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Cien Años de Soledad [One Hundred Years of Solitude]

      [Bogotá]: Grupo Editorial Norma, 1997. Signed limited edition of Cien años de soledad, number 47 of 100 copies signed by Nobel Prize winner Gabriel García Marquez to mark the thirtieth anniversary of his most celebrated novel, first published in Buenos Aires in 1967. The hypnotic, harrowing account of the rise and fall of the Buendía family traveled like wildfire around the globe, inspiring countless feats of magical realism and launching the Latin American literary boom. This Colombian "edición commemorativa," produced for distribution in Latin America only, is the only limited edition of Cien años de soledad to be signed by García Marquez. Text in Spanish. A fine signed copy of a modern classic. Octavo, publisher's full tan calf, raised bands, spine lettered in gilt, spine stamped with gilt fleur-de-lis to indicate a signed and numbered copy, marbled endpapers, tan silk ribbon marker. Bookbinder ticket ("Taller la Entenalla") to front pastedown, "XLVII" hand-numbered in ink on the limitation page. Signed and dated by García Marquez on the dedication page. Housed in publisher's blue and orange marbled paper slipcase with yellow release ribbon.

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        Cold Mountain

      U.S.A.: Atlantic Monthly Press 1997 - Atlantic Monthly Press (1997), N. Y., 1997. Book Condition: Very fine copy. map endpapers, original cloth-backed boards, dust jacket First edition of the author's first book, winner of the National Book Award. First printing with misprint on p. 25, line 16 ("man-woman" instead of "mad-woman"). Signed by Frazier on the title page. Included is the Cold Mountain DVD also signed by the author. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Iter Italicum

      1997. Hardcover. New. SKU: MM-27849853; EAN: 9789004105928

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        JOE AND ME, AN EDUCATION IN FISHING AND FRIENDSHIP (LIMITED, SIGNED COPY)

      NEW YORK ROB WEISBACH 1997 - LIMITED TO ONLY 50 NUMBERED COPIES, THIS BEING NUMBER 17. FINELY BOUND IN RED HALF NIGERIAN GOATSKIN OVER SILK BOARDS, RAISED BANDS, WITH AN ORIGINAL WATER-COLOUR OF A COLORADO TROUT ON A FOLD-OUT PLATE BY PROSEK, COMPLETE WITH HAND-MADE MATCHING SLIPCASE. SIGNED BY PROSEK (THE AUTHOR AND ILLUSTRATOR) AND CAROLYN CHADWICK, THE BINDER. VERY SCARCE. A FINE COPY. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        POPULATION LOSSES IN YUGOSLAVIA 1941-1945

      Zagreb; Dom & Svijet 1997 - Softbound. 8vo. 252 pages. 24 cm. First English edition. Translated from Croatian into English by Lidija Simunic Mesic. Original title: Gubitci stanovistva Jugoslavije 1941-1945. Written by Vladimir Žerjavic (1912 – 2001) a Croatian economist and a United Nations consultant; this volume is a survey of the demographic shifts and accompanying population losses during the second world war in Yugoslavia, the author arrives at a figure of one million deaths, rather then the 1.7 million presented by Tito to the United Nations in the late 1940’s. A controversial work. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Casualties - Yugoslavia. World War, 1939-1945 - Casualties - Yugoslavia - Statistics. Kriegsopfer Geschichte 1941-1945. Yugoslavia - Population - History. OCLC lists 25 copies. Light shelf wear to wraps, otherwise fine. Great condition. (HOLO2-104-38) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Golfo di Napoli: Amalfi - Positano - Sorrento - Capri - Ischia - Vesuvio

      Bergverlag Rother, 1997 - 160 Seiten Artikel stammt aus Nichtraucherhaushalt! Y8431 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 240 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Proud Highway.

      NY, Villard, 1997 - NY, Villard, 1997, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. This is Vol. 1 of The Fear and Loathing Letters, subtitled Saga of a Desperate Southern Gentleman, edited by Douglas Brinkley, foreword by William J. Kennedy, with a bookplate affixed to front free endpaper Signed by Thompson with his usual HST. Fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Kellerkneipe und Elfenbeinturm.

      Ullstein Taschenbuchvlg., 1997 - 344 Seiten Artikel stammt aus Nichtraucherhaushalt! EC4774 Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 141 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        George Herbert Walker Bush: A Photographic Profile.

      College Station, TX: Texas A & M University Press, 1997. First edition of this photographic profile of the 41st President of the United States. Quarto, original dark blue cloth. Signed by George H.W. Bush. One of 1250 copies. Fine in a fine slipcase. History was in the making in those years and David Valdez's camera recorded it. As the personal photographer for Bush's second term as vice president and four years as president, Valdez had a standing invitation to be present in meetings and personal private moments in Bush administration. George Herbert Walker Bush: A Photographic Profile chronicles the development of Bush's life and career, beginning with his childhood, military service, marriage, and early postings. Valdez presents in colorful and dramatic detail a behind-the-scenes look at life in the White House and offers intriguing glimpses into the personal side of Bush's presidency. Since President Bush rarely gave precious seconds of his time for posed photographs, a large portion of Valdez's photographs are candid, showing a president at work, rest, and play.

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        Orsanmichele a Firenze. Orsanmichele, Florence.,Modena,Franco Cosimo Panini Editore,1997

      Modena Franco Cosimo Panini Editore, 1997. A cura di Diane Finello Zervas. Testi di D. Finiello Zervas, P. Grifoni, F. Nannelli, C. Pisetta e G.M. Vitali. Fotografie di A. Corsini, M. Falsini e P. Tosi. Testo Italiano e Inglese. Modena, 1997; 2 voll., ril. in tela in cofanetto, cm 25x32. Vol. I: Atlante fotografico (Pp. 532, 985 ill. col. num. n.t.). Vol. II: Testi. Saggi e schede (Pp. 664, 278 ill. b/n num. n.t.). (Mirabilia Italiae. Collana diretta da Salvatore Settis. 5). english italiano 88-7686-77 Mirabilia Italiae. 0005

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        Crossfire, Hurricane: The Photographs of Bob Gruen (25 Years of the Rolling Stones in the USA)

      Genesis Publications, 1997. Limited to 1750 signed and numbered copies, this is number 931. The book and slipcase are as new. The shrinkwrap is still present and was only opened to photograph the signature and limitation page. A beautiful example of a very scarce book. This book cannot be shipped to Canada or Russia. Expedited international shipping is not available. The delivery expectation for international shipping is 7-32 business days, depending upon customer location. . Signed. Limited/Numbered. Hard Cover. As New/As New.

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        Cien Años de Soledad [One Hundred Years of Solitude]

      Grupo Editorial Norma, [Bogotá] 1997 - Signed limited edition of Cien años de soledad, number 47 of 100 copies signed by Nobel Prize winner Gabriel García Marquez to mark the thirtieth anniversary of his most celebrated novel, first published in Buenos Aires in 1967. The hypnotic, harrowing account of the rise and fall of the Buendía family traveled like wildfire around the globe, inspiring countless feats of magical realism and launching the Latin American literary boom. This Colombian "edición commemorativa," produced for distribution in Latin America only, is the only limited edition of Cien años de soledad to be signed by García Marquez. Text in Spanish. A fine signed copy of a modern classic. Octavo, publisher's full tan calf, raised bands, spine lettered in gilt, spine stamped with gilt fleur-de-lis to indicate a signed and numbered copy, marbled endpapers, tan silk ribbon marker. Bookbinder ticket ("Taller la Entenalla") to front pastedown, "XLVII" hand-numbered in ink on the limitation page. Signed and dated by García Marquez on the dedication page. Housed in publisher's blue and orange marbled paper slipcase with yellow release ribbon. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Samuel Beckett / Beckett Time - "What are you waiting for .?" - Jumbo Poster for an international Festival, celebrating Samuel Beckett - [Unique because it is signed by the photographer, John Minihan !].

      Glasgow / Aberdeen, c. 1997. - Original Quality Jumbo Poster using John Minihan's Photograph of Samuel Beckett, professionally mounted and framed. 106 cm x 157 cm. From the private library and personal archive of irish photographer John Minihan. This photography-poster is a real stunner and can make an impact on any wall with lifesize Samuel Beckett in the room. John Minihan is an Irish photographer, born in Dublin in 1946 and raised in Athy, County Kildare. At the age of 12 he was brought to live in London, and went on to become an apprentice photographer with the Daily Mail. At the age of 15 he won the Evening Standard amateur photography competition. At 21 he became the youngest staff photographer for the Evening Standard. For thirty years he remained in London, returning every year to his hometown of Athy to record the people and their daily lives. The work of Minihan in Athy makes up a large part of his canon. Minihan began taking photos in Athy when he was 16. The photos are an attempt to document the lives of the ordinary people of the town in their day to day business and also in times of joy and sadness, notably during the wake of a woman called Katy Tyrrell. In between documenting Athy on visits home, Minihan continued his career on Fleet Street, which included the iconic snap of the 19-year-old Lady Diana Spencer in the garden of the nursery at which she worked, the morning sun to her back, her legs in silhouette through her skirt. Diana had just been announced as the Prince of Wales's love interest and photographers raced to take her photo, Minihan having the fortune to turn up first. Over the years Minihan developed a close relationship with many writers and his photographs of Samuel Beckett show a particular affinity between the two men. Minihans photos of Beckett are some of his best known, one in particular is described as one of the greatest photos of the twentieth century. William S. Burroughs once referred to Minihan as "a painless photographer". Minihan is perhaps best known for his photographs of Samuel Beckett. Minihan first expressed a desire to photograph Beckett in 1969, following Becketts winning of the Nobel Prize for literature, having noticed that all the available photos of Beckett were of a poor quality; 'We were running a story but discovered there were only two very vague images of Beckett taken many years before. It was like he didn't exist - that was the moment I decided I wanted to meet this man and take his photograph.' Minihan first encountered Beckett in London in 1980, while Beckett was working on a production of one of his own plays, Endgame. Minihan met Beckett in the Hyde Park hotel and showed him some of his photos of Athy to break the ice. The two met on a number of occasions over the next few years, but it was not until 1985 that they met in Paris. They arranged to meet in the restaurant of the Hotel PLM, a regular haunt of Beckett. At ten to five, with the light fading, Minihan took the photo that would go on to be called by some as the photograph of the twentieth century. John Calder credited Minihan with capturing, 'the introspective, infinitely sad gaze of a man looking into the abyss of the world's woes'. Among his numerous photographic publications are Photographs: Samuel Beckett (1995); Shadows from the Pale, Portrait of an Irish Town (1996); and An Unweaving of Rainbows, Images of Irish Writers, 1996. He is currently a freelance photographer specialising in 'the arts'. His book of photographs of Samuel Beckett was published in 1995. His photographs of Athy have been exhibited throughout the world. He was given the freedom of Athy in 1990. Minihan currently lives and works in West Cork. Minihan's many exhibitions in museums and galleries around the world include the Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, 1984; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris 1986; the National Portrait Gallery, London 1987/8 and the October Gallery, London 1990 as well as the Guinness Hop Store, Dublin 1991. (Wikipedia)

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        Samuel Beckett's - "Endgame" at Donmar Warehouse Theatre, London,1997 - "Nagg", played by Harry Jones - "Nell", played by Eileen Nicholas.

      London. From the private library and personal archive of irish photographer John Minihan. With John's copyright-stamp verso. Signed and titled by John Minihan. Beautifully framed.. London, 1997. Original, Vintage Photograph on archival paper. Image: 25 cm x 20 cm / Framed: 44,5 cm x 39 cm. From the private library and personal archive of irish photographer John Minihan. With John's copyright-stamp verso. Signed and titled by John Minihan. Beautifully framed. John Minihan is an Irish photographer, born in Dublin in 1946 and raised in Athy, County Kildare. At the age of 12 he was brought to live in London, and went on to become an apprentice photographer with the Daily Mail. At the age of 15 he won the Evening Standard amateur photography competition. At 21 he became the youngest staff photographer for the Evening Standard. For thirty years he remained in London, returning every year to his hometown of Athy to record the people and their daily lives. The work of Minihan in Athy makes up a large part of his canon. Minihan began taking photos in Athy when he was 16. The photos are an attempt to document the lives of the ordinary people of the town in their day to day business and also in times of joy and sadness, notably during the wake of a woman called Katy Tyrrell. In between documenting Athy on visits home, Minihan continued his career on Fleet Street, which included the iconic snap of the 19-year-old Lady Diana Spencer in the garden of the nursery at which she worked, the morning sun to her back, her legs in silhouette through her skirt. Diana had just been announced as the Prince of Wales's love interest and photographers raced to take her photo, Minihan having the fortune to turn up first. Over the years Minihan developed a close relationship with many writers and his photographs of Samuel Beckett show a particular affinity between the two men. Minihans photos of Beckett are some of his best known, one in particular is described as one of the greatest photos of the twentieth century. William S. Burroughs once referred to Minihan as "a painless photographer". Minihan is perhaps best known for his photographs of Samuel Beckett. Minihan first expressed a desire to photograph Beckett in 1969, following Becketts winning of the Nobel Prize for literature, having noticed that all the available photos of Beckett were of a poor quality; 'We were running a story but discovered there were only two very vague images of Beckett taken many years before. It was like he didn't exist - that was the moment I decided I wanted to meet this man and take his photograph.' Minihan first encountered Beckett in London in 1980, while Beckett was working on a production of one of his own plays, Endgame. Minihan met Beckett in the Hyde Park hotel and showed him some of his photos of Athy to break the ice. The two met on a number of occasions over the next few years, but it was not until 1985 that they met in Paris. They arranged to meet in the restaurant of the Hotel PLM, a regular haunt of Beckett. At ten to five, with the light fading, Minihan took the photo that would go on to be called by some as the photograph of the twentieth century. John Calder credited Minihan with capturing, 'the introspective, infinitely sad gaze of a man looking into the abyss of the world's woes'. Among his numerous photographic publications are Photographs: Samuel Beckett (1995); Shadows from the Pale, Portrait of an Irish Town (1996); and An Unweaving of Rainbows, Images of Irish Writers, 1996. He is currently a freelance photographer specialising in 'the arts'. His book of photographs of Samuel Beckett was published in 1995. His photographs of Athy have been exhibited throughout the world. He was given the freedom of Athy in 1990. Minihan currently lives and works in West Cork. Minihan's many exhibitions in museums and galleries around the world include the Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, 1984; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris 1986; the National Portrait Gallery, London 1987/8 and the October Gallery, London 1990 as well as the Guinness Hop Store, Dublin 1991. (Wikipedia)

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        Samuel Beckett's - "Waiting for Godot" at "The Old Vic" - Theatre, London,1997 - "Ben Kingsley" as "Estragon" and "Alan Howard" as "Vladimir".

      London. 1997 - Original, Vintage Photograph on archival paper. Image: 25 cm x 20 cm / Framed: 44,5 cm x 39 cm. From the library of irish photographer John Minihan. With John's copyright-stamp verso. Signed and titled by John Minihan. Beautifully framed. John Minihan is an Irish photographer, born in Dublin in 1946 and raised in Athy, County Kildare. At the age of 12 he was brought to live in London, and went on to become an apprentice photographer with the Daily Mail. At the age of 15 he won the Evening Standard amateur photography competition. At 21 he became the youngest staff photographer for the Evening Standard. For thirty years he remained in London, returning every year to his hometown of Athy to record the people and their daily lives. The work of Minihan in Athy makes up a large part of his canon. Minihan began taking photos in Athy when he was 16. The photos are an attempt to document the lives of the ordinary people of the town in their day to day business and also in times of joy and sadness, notably during the wake of a woman called Katy Tyrrell. In between documenting Athy on visits home, Minihan continued his career on Fleet Street, which included the iconic snap of the 19-year-old Lady Diana Spencer in the garden of the nursery at which she worked, the morning sun to her back, her legs in silhouette through her skirt. Diana had just been announced as the Prince of Wales's love interest and photographers raced to take her photo, Minihan having the fortune to turn up first. Over the years Minihan developed a close relationship with many writers and his photographs of Samuel Beckett show a particular affinity between the two men. Minihans photos of Beckett are some of his best known, one in particular is described as one of the greatest photos of the twentieth century. William S. Burroughs once referred to Minihan as "a painless photographer". Minihan is perhaps best known for his photographs of Samuel Beckett. Minihan first expressed a desire to photograph Beckett in 1969, following Becketts winning of the Nobel Prize for literature, having noticed that all the available photos of Beckett were of a poor quality; 'We were running a story but discovered there were only two very vague images of Beckett taken many years before. It was like he didn't exist - that was the moment I decided I wanted to meet this man and take his photograph.' Minihan first encountered Beckett in London in 1980, while Beckett was working on a production of one of his own plays, Endgame. Minihan met Beckett in the Hyde Park hotel and showed him some of his photos of Athy to break the ice. The two met on a number of occasions over the next few years, but it was not until 1985 that they met in Paris. They arranged to meet in the restaurant of the Hotel PLM, a regular haunt of Beckett. At ten to five, with the light fading, Minihan took the photo that would go on to be called by some as the photograph of the twentieth century. John Calder credited Minihan with capturing, 'the introspective, infinitely sad gaze of a man looking into the abyss of the world's woes'. Among his numerous photographic publications are Photographs: Samuel Beckett (1995); Shadows from the Pale, Portrait of an Irish Town (1996); and An Unweaving of Rainbows, Images of Irish Writers, 1996. He is currently a freelance photographer specialising in 'the arts'. His book of photographs of Samuel Beckett was published in 1995. His photographs of Athy have been exhibited throughout the world. He was given the freedom of Athy in 1990. Minihan currently lives and works in West Cork. Minihan's many exhibitions in museums and galleries around the world include the Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, 1984; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris 1986; the National Portrait Gallery, London 1987/8 and the October Gallery, London 1990 as well as the Guinness Hop Store, Dublin 1991. (Wikipedia)

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        Le Corbusier. 40 Wohnhäuser/40 Houses. Bauten und Projekte/Buildings and Projekts by Le Corbusier. Mit einem Beitrag von Friedrich Kurrent.

      Salzburg - München, Anton Pustet, 1997. 32,5 x 45 cm. 180 Bll. Lose Blattsammlung in OLeinenkasette. Erste Ausgabe. Nr. 247 von 1000 Stück. - Titelblatt an der Leinenkasette angklatscht, wahrscheinlich durch zuwenig Trockung des druckfrischen Blattes. Sonst schönes Exemplar. - Umfangreiche Sammlung der Häuser und Pläne von Le Corbusier. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Architektur

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        Teenage Lust

      Taka Ishi Gallery, Japan, 1997. Revised Edition. Softcover. Near Fine Condition/No Dust Jacket. CLARK, LARRY. Teenage Lust, Japan: Taka Ishi Gallery, 1997. Quarto, first Japanese edition (preceded by a 1983 English-language edition), unpaginated with 98 pages of photos, mostly duotone, white illustrated wraps. This is the expanded version with an additional 13 pages of photos and a handwritten page of text by Clark. That's in English, as is all the captioning. The photographer's 23-page essay has been translated into Japanese. Clark told Roth (The Book of 101 Books) that the first edition was incomplete and he prefers this one. See Roth pp. 244-5 and Bertolotti Page 260. Clark called this an autobiography although he used people who were about 10 years younger than he, growing up under the same circumstances he did in the Southwest U.S. It's a story of sex, drug abuse and aimless living, with the final part of the book shot among young male hustlers on 42nd Street in New York City, back when it was a center of prostitution. Clark had to finance first publication himself because the original publisher wanted deletions he wouldn't make. Condition of this book: Near fine, very slight toning to the edges and wraps. First edition of the work in this format and binding, and/or set or series. Size: Quarto. Text is in Japanese. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. All edges clean, neat and free of foxing. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Photography; United States; 1970s; Japanese Language; Erotica. ISBN: 0938262149. ISBN/EAN: 9780938262145. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 52493. . 9780938262145

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        Visionaire No 22, Chic

      Visionaire, New York, 1997. First Edition. Hardcover (in Slipcase). New Book/No Dust Jacket. TESTINO, MARIO [editor]. Visionaire No. 22, Chic, New York: Visionaire Publishing, 1997. Quarto, No. 3239 of 5000 printed, unpaginated, cream-colored paper-covered boards half-bound in beige cloth, slipcased, with various designer fabrics tipped in, including a tiny piece of a Versace dress worn by Madonna to the "Evita" premiere in London. Also tipped in is a cocktail napkin with Paloma Picasso's lips outlined by lipstick, and a copy of a letter, with envelope, from Catherine Deneuve to Yves Saint Laurent. Condition of this book: Fine in fine slipcase. Size: Quarto. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. All edges clean, neat and free of foxing. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Fashion, Fabrics & Style; 1990s; Photography. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 52929. .

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        The Schoolbag - SIGNED by both Hughes and Heaney

      Faber, 1997 A first edition, first printing published by Fa- ber in 1997. A fine book in a fine unclipped wrapper, SIGNED by BOTH Heaney and Hughes to the title page. A rare copy of the first trade edition and incredibly rare to find double signed.

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        HANSEL AND GRETEL. Houston Grand Opera

      October 24th through November 9th, 1997. - Original full-color poster measuring 28 x 22 inches, produced on high quality fine art paper, for the World Premiere production of this famous opera with Maurice Sendak's imaginative sets and costumes. It is based upon the original Humperdinck version after the Brothers Grimm fairy tale. AUTOGRAPHED in ink by the artist just below the image near the lower left corner. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        The Hobbit *Signed Alan Lee Deluxe Ltd Ed *

      London: Harper Collins, 1997. Limited/Numbered. Quarter Leather. Near Fine/No Jacket, as Issued. Alan Lee. Signed by Illustrator. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. The Hobbit, or There and Back Again, by J.R.R. Tolkien. Published by Harper Collins in 1997 to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the original publication of The Hobbit. This Edition is Quarter bound in Burgundy leather and cloth, housed in the publisher's original burgundy clothbound slipcase. Number 325 of a Limited Edition of only 600, specially bound and Slipcased by the publisher to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the first publication of "The Hobbit". Signed by the renowned artist, Alan Lee. Gilt title, gilded page edges, and gilt image of Smaug on the book and slipcase. A stunningly beautiful and scarce edition in Near Fine Condition. Digital photo'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. Matched in size and style with the Limited/Numbered Editions by Harper Collins, of the "Silmarillion" and "Lord of the Rings" Near Fine / No Jacket, as Issued.

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        The Quest for Bloods; A Study of the Victorian Penny Dreadful

      Privately Printed, 1997. Edited and with additional notes on the literature of the byways by Ayresome Johns. A posthumous publication, privately printed. Printer and binder unacknowledged. This is a limited edition with an extremely small limitation. The copyright page states, "First edition. Of this edition, a small number of copies, signed by the editor, are issued with one or more of the original penny numbers. Of the signed issue, this is number three of four copies." The "three" and "four" are written in a neat blue ink hand. Also in that same hand, "Orig art for p 199 Varmey the Vampire # 99 Sweeney Todd # 45 and proof of text only # 10." Note, however, that the editor's signature is nowhere to be found. Black buckram binding, with crisp gilt-stamped titling to the spine. Unbumped spine head and tail, with sharp corners. A few tiny and scarcely noticable bumps along the top edge of the boards. Very clean binding. Text block firmly bound in. 11.75 x 8.25 inches. xii and 320 numbered pages, with 12 full-page or 2/3 page B&W plates by W. T. Horton. An immensely clean copy, and quite tight. Presumed unread. Lovely full-pictorial dust jacket, duotone on a canary yellow background. Unsunned and unclipped. DJ with just a trace of rubbing to the rear wrapper. DJ protected by a clear Mylar over-wrapper. A Near Fine copy in a Near Fine DJ. Rare in any condition. The collector is most unlikely to encounter a finer copy, if any copy at all. With thanks to the Edward Lloyd website for the following: "This study concentrates on the earlier period of the penny dreadful: sensational fiction in penny parts written principally for the Victorian lower classes, at a time when they were flocking to the towns in search of work and prosperity. The term 'penny dreadful' is used generally to apply to all such fiction, from its roots in chapbooks and the gothic novel in the 1830s, to its decline into schoolboy adventure stories up to about 1910. The term 'penny blood' applies to the earlier literature discussed here, written for adults, and filled with criminal, supernatural and melodramatic events. The length of stories depended on their success week by week, ranging from 6 to 206 instalments. The best remembered is The String of Pearls (Sweeney Todd, 1846-47). He also brought vampires, already popular among the literati, to a mass market readership (Varney, 1845-47). These two and several others were re-issued later. Weekly numbers were also made available as a compendium at a higher price and some were made into bound volumes. I must acknowledge the contributions of earlier writers, however prone to error, for all have some scarce and vital information to offer. Frank Jay in Peeps into the Past, 1918-21, and elsewhere, made the first systematic attempt to record basic facts about bloods and the periodicals in which they were serialised. Slips he left as markers still remain in volumes in the British Library's collection. Arthur E. Waite (1857-1942) wrote a rather supercilious account of the literature in articles in Walford's Antiquarian Magazine, Vols. XI & XII, 1887, and in the 1920s recorded his researches in The Quest for Bloods with checklists of titles, unpublished until 1997.". First Edition. Buckram. Near Fine/Near Fine. Illus. by Horton, William Thomas. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Limited Edition.

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        BLINDNESS ** Signed First Edition **

      Harcourt Brace & Co, NY 1997 - ***** This is the true first American edition, first printing (with "First edition" and "A C E F D B" stated on the copyright page). ***** This book is SIGNED by the author (Jose Saramago) on the title page. The author has not inscribed this book to anyone; it is just signed by the author. ***** Very nice hardcover with dust jacket. There is NO writing, NO bookplates, and NO remainder marks. It is NOT a book club edition and NOT a former library book. The dust jacket is NOT price-clipped ($22.00). The dust jacket is the true first printing jacket (without the Nobel Prize Winner mention). ***** CONDITION: Both the book and dust jacket are in VERY FINE (flawless) condition. ***** This is a beautiful and rare example of Saramago's masterpiece. ***** We include new mylar (clear) dust jacket protectors with all books at no charge. ***** OUR GUARANTEE TO YOU: All books are guaranteed to be as described. We believe that no sale is complete until you are happy. Any book is returnable for a full refund (including postage) if you're not 100% satisfied. All books are packaged very carefully and shipped via USPS Mail with Delivery Confirmation. Thank you! Richard Vick, Modern First Editions (Buying and Selling Modern First Editions since 1982). [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Black Dragon: Forces Internal - Part II of the Classic Text The Red Dragon

      Library of New Atlantis, 1997. Oversized hardcover is very good plus with shelfwear. The mylar protected dust jacket is very good minus with rubbing, edgewear and light creasing. A nice example of a scarce resource.. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

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        Lichtungen.

      6 Holzschnitte / 98 1997 - Ex. 58, Aufl. 100 Exemplare, 62,5 x 51,5 cm In original Karton-Mappe, mit aufgeklebtem Titel. Alle Blätter signiert und nummeriert. Erker Presse St. Gallen 1998. ** Photos auf Wunsch im JPG-Format erhältlich.** [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Broadside vignettes. The poster / broadside format joined with the book. Volume 1 [all published]

      Newtown: Bird & Bull Press, 1997. Edition limited to 145 copies, (this, no. 29), large folio clamshell box, approx. 26" x 19½", containing a bound series of 5 leaves printed on rectos only, followed by 21 printed broadsides, each within a printed bifolium, and each covering a different subject (largely related to printing and papermaking) and printed on various papers in various fonts. This copy warmly inscribed by Morris on the colophon to the box-maker, Greg Campbell of Campbell-Logan Bindery: "Greg -- I usually don't sign things but in this case I'd like to. I don't know if I'll be praised or pilloried for this, but in any case you did a great job on the boxes and I thank you. Henry 6/23/97." Laid in is the original invoice to Campbell, as well as a printed note from Henry Morris, as issued, noting that this project "has been the lengthiest and most demanding project I have done." Conservatory 60: "It was too big, too heavy. and impossible to shelve. However, it was liked by most recipients and only two copies were returned..."

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        Das Buch der Erde. ( Atlas )

      Coron; Bertelsmann 1997 - Hier das Exemplar Nr. 77 einer auf 999 Exemplare limitierten Auflage. Der Atlas mit 558 Seiten mit sehr zahlreichen farbigen Abbildungen und Karten. Original Cabra-Leder-Einband mit umlaufenden Silberschnitt sowie 5 im vorderen Buchdeckel eingelassenen Sterling-Silbermedaillen ( diese symbolisieren die 5 Kontinente ) und 8 Sterlingsilber-Eckbeschlägen. Einige der silbernen Eckbeschläge nummeriert sowie mit Silberstempel versehen. Der Einband gering fleckig, leicht berieben, sonst recht guter Zustand. ( Gewicht ca. 11000 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La guerra civil en 2000 carteles; R?publica, guerra civil, posguerra

      Postermil, Barcelona 1997 - Two volumes, 640p., profusely illus. with color reproductions of civil war era posters, 10x13.5 inches, first editions, both volumes in pictorial djs, very good condition in a good slipcase with minor wear and tears at the foot of the spine. The definitve work on some of the most outstanding poster art of the 20th century. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Signed Collection of First Editions: ‘The Downing Street YearsÂ’; ‘The Path to PowerÂ’; ‘Statecraft. Strategies for a Changing WorldÂ’; ‘The Collected SpeechesÂ’ - with ticket to signing included

      Harpercollins, 1997 The Downing Street Years; The Path to Power; Statecraft. Strategies for a Changing World; The Collected Speeches All SIGNED without dedication HarperCollins 1993 A set of four UK first edition, first printings ALL signed by the Iron lady, Margaret Thatcher. All four are in near fine (or better) condition in like wrappers which are all unclipped - volume 3 has a small scratch to the rear panel. The set consists: 'The Downing Street Years' published by Harper Collins in 1993; 'The Path To Power' published by Harper Collins in 1995; 'The Collected Speeches' published by Harper Collins in 1997 and 'Statecraft' published by Harper Collins in 2002. The edition of 'The Collected Speeches' rarely appears signed. The US first edition readily appears signed, but the UK edition is very scarce indeed signed. IN ADDITION, THE INVITE TO THE SIGNING FOR THE COLLECTED SPEECHES IS INCLUDED BY WAY OF PROVENANCE. As UK specialists in Thatcher's work, this is only the fourth copy we have handled in the last five years. The only set of all four signed Thatcher books available for sale and a superb investment. Postage outside of the UK will be charged at cost.[removed][removed]

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        Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

      Bloomsbury [Australian Print Group, 1997, Australia - AUSTRALIAN FIRST EDITION of J.K. Rowling's "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets". Printed and bound in Maryborough, Vic., Australia, in 1998 by Bloomsbury [Australian Print Group]. 7¿x4¿, color pictorial boards illustrated by Cliff Wright, matching dust jacket. First Australian Edition. Virtually identical to the U.K. First Edition. Fine in fine jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Quest for Bloods; A Study of the Victorian Penny Dreadful

      Privately Printed, 1997. Edited and with additional notes on the literature of the byways by Ayresome Johns. A posthumous publication, privately printed. Printer and binder unacknowledged. This is a limited edition with an extremely small limitation. The copyright page states, "First edition. Of this edition, a small number of copies, signed by the editor, are issued with one or more of the original penny numbers. Of the signed issue, this is number three of four copies." The "three" and "four" are written in a neat blue ink hand. Also in that same hand, "Orig art for p 199 Varmey the Vampire # 99 Sweeney Todd # 45 and proof of text only # 10." Note, however, that the editor's signature is nowhere to be found. Black buckram binding, with crisp gilt-stamped titling to the spine. Unbumped spine head and tail, with sharp corners. A few tiny and scarcely noticable bumps along the top edge of the boards. Very clean binding. Text block firmly bound in. 11.75 x 8.25 inches. xii and 320 numbered pages, with 12 full-page or 2/3 page B&W plates by W. T. Horton. An immensely clean copy, and quite tight. Presumed unread. Lovely full-pictorial dust jacket, duotone on a canary yellow background. Unsunned and unclipped. DJ with just a trace of rubbing to the rear wrapper. DJ protected by a clear Mylar over-wrapper. A Near Fine copy in a Near Fine DJ. Rare in any condition. The collector is most unlikely to encounter a finer copy, if any copy at all. With thanks to the Edward Lloyd website for the following: "This study concentrates on the earlier period of the penny dreadful: sensational fiction in penny parts written principally for the Victorian lower classes, at a time when they were flocking to the towns in search of work and prosperity. The term 'penny dreadful' is used generally to apply to all such fiction, from its roots in chapbooks and the gothic novel in the 1830s, to its decline into schoolboy adventure stories up to about 1910. The term 'penny blood' applies to the earlier literature discussed here, written for adults, and filled with criminal, supernatural and melodramatic events. The length of stories depended on their success week by week, ranging from 6 to 206 instalments. The best remembered is The String of Pearls (Sweeney Todd, 1846-47). He also brought vampires, already popular among the literati, to a mass market readership (Varney, 1845-47). These two and several others were re-issued later. Weekly numbers were also made available as a compendium at a higher price and some were made into bound volumes. I must acknowledge the contributions of earlier writers, however prone to error, for all have some scarce and vital information to offer. Frank Jay in Peeps into the Past, 1918-21, and elsewhere, made the first systematic attempt to record basic facts about bloods and the periodicals in which they were serialised. Slips he left as markers still remain in volumes in the British Library's collection. Arthur E. Waite (1857-1942) wrote a rather supercilious account of the literature in articles in Walford's Antiquarian Magazine, Vols. XI & XII, 1887, and in the 1920s recorded his researches in The Quest for Bloods with checklists of titles, unpublished until 1997.". First Edition. Buckram. Near Fine/Near Fine. Illus. by Horton, William Thomas. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Limited Edition.

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