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FABULOUS SPAIN

FABULOUS SPAIN

by Reynolds, James

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New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1953].. Large octavo. Cloth. Illustrations and pictorial endsheets by the author. Old tape ghosts in corners of free endsheets, otherwise a very good copy in moderately edgeworn pictorial dust jacket with narrow chip at crown of upper spine fold. First edition. In all likelihood the dedication copy, inscribed on the half-title by the author: "For Mag - with all my best - always - R [star]." The printed dedication is "To Margaret Mower Traveler in Spain, whose interest in all that is Spanish marches with my own." Reynolds's friendship with actress Mower stems from his work as stage designer and a photograph of them together from the LC Bains collection is widely disseminated on the web.
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FACTOTUM-ART [Whole number 2]

FACTOTUM-ART [Whole number 2]

by Sarenco, [Isaia Mabellini], and Paul de Vree [eds]

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Calaone-Baone, Italy: Edizioni Factotum-Art, [1978].. [16]pp. Quarto (27 x 21 cm). Stiff pictorial wrapper. Illustrations and facsimiles. About fine. Whole number 2, of seven published. Intended as a quarterly. A multi-lingual periodical devoted to visual and conceptual arts and poetry. Henri Chopin contributes to this number, in company with the editors.
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THE FALL OF VIRTUE: OR, THE IRON-AGE: A POEM

THE FALL OF VIRTUE: OR, THE IRON-AGE: A POEM

by [Leslie, Charles (active 1738-1743)]

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Edinburgh: Printed for R. Fleming, for A. Kincaid ..., 1738.. [6],18pp. Octavo. Extracted from nonce pamphlet volume. Early ink name on title, some discoloration at inner margin of the title recto, otherwise very good. Denoted the "Second Edition," but Foxon suggests it might be a press-variant title or reimpression. The long dedication "To Mrs. Cokburne [sic]" is signed in type at the end "C.L." As tempting as it might be to succumb to wishful thinking, by coincidence of the imprint and date, to assign authorship to Charles Leslie, author of A NEW AND EXACT HISTORY OF JAMAICA (Edinburgh: Printed by R. Fleming, for A. Kincaid, and sold by him, and other Booksellers in town, 1739), recent commentary points elsewhere. Foxon credits Charles Schaw Leslie with five titles published in Edinburgh (including in the same year as this title MASONRY: A POEM) after which he is credited with titles published in Dublin and Belfast. Internal evidence in the Dedication suggests the dedicatee may have been the wife… Read More
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THE FAMILY REUNION

THE FAMILY REUNION

by Eliot, T.S.

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New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, [1939].. Large octavo. Gilt lettered cloth. Fine in very near fine dust jacket with a trace of tanning to the rear panel. First US edition (2500 copies printed). Publisher's review copy, with 'Review Copy' designation, publication date and price stamped on the front free endsheet. GALLUP A33b.
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A FAREWELL TO ARMS SCREENPLAY BY ...

A FAREWELL TO ARMS" SCREENPLAY BY ...

by [Hemingway, Ernest (source work)]: Hecht, Ben [screenwriter]

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[Culver City]: The Selznick Studio, 22 October 1956.. [3],191 leaves. Quarto. Mimeographed typescript, printed on rectos only. Bradbound in canary yellow production company wrappers. Some minor spots of red offsetting to lower edge of upper wrapper, otherwise very near fine. An unspecified but substantially preproduction draft of Hecht's adaptation of Hemingway's novel of the Great War. It was the novel's second screen adaptation to reach production. This draft precedes John Huston's coming on board as director (and of course his departure, at which point Charles Vidor took over). This draft is nearly 20 leaves longer than several subsequent drafts. Rock Hudson and Jennifer Jones starred.
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A FAREWELL TO ARMS

A FAREWELL TO ARMS

by Hemingway, Ernest

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London: Jonathan Cape, [1929].. Cloth. A fine copy in very good, first state dust jacket with some small, shallow nicks along the top edge, a short tear at the toe of the upper joint, and a bit of dust- soiling to the rear panel. First British edition, corrected state of 66:28. In part because of a couple of big- budget film adaptations, arguably the most widely read of all literary American novels with WWI serving as the backdrop. MODERN MOVEMENT 60. GRISSOM A8.2.a.
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FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH A TRUE STORY

FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH A TRUE STORY

by Crow, Cameron

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New York: Simon & Schuster, [1981].. Cloth and boards. Illustrated. Spine very slightly cocked, hint of dust along top edge, otherwise about fine in dust jacket. First edition, hardbound issue, of the music journalist and screenwriter's first novel, the sourcework for the 1982 film based on Crowe's own screenplay. The jacket price of $14.95 is intact, and the copyright page features the full number sequence.
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FIRST CHILDHOOD

FIRST CHILDHOOD

by Berners, Lord [a.k.a. Gerald Hugh Tyrwhitt-Wilson]

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London: Constable & Co., [1934].. Blue cloth. Frontispiece by Rex Whistler. Spine cocked, faded and with several pale spots, top edges of boards faded, top and fore-edges a bit spotted and dust-dimmed; just a good, sound copy. First edition of the author's first prose book publication and the first of his childhood memoirs. An excellent association copy, inscribed by Berners to Cecil Beaton on the blank verso facing the half-title: "To Cecil from Gerald (to be read on the Ocean) Jan. 19. 1934." Beaton was a central personality in Berner's social circle, along with Waugh, Whistler, the Sitwells, the Mitfords, Stephen Tennant and Siegfried Sassoon. With the small bookplate of Anthony Hobson on the front pastedown.
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FIRST DRAFT SHERLOCK HOLMES IN WASHINGTON ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY ... BASED ON A STORY BY SIR. A....

FIRST DRAFT "SHERLOCK HOLMES IN WASHINGTON" ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY ... BASED ON A STORY BY SIR. A. CONAN DOYLE

by [Doyle, Arthur Conan (source work)]: Millhauser, Bertram, and Lynn Riggs [screenwriters]

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[Los Angeles: Universal Pictures], 30 June 1942.. [1],107 leaves. Quarto. Mimeographed typescript, printed on rectos only of salmon colored stock. Bradbound. Pencil name on title leaf ("Milton Feld," a Universal producer at the time), a few annotations in color pencil, very good or better. A first draft of this contribution to the Holmes screen canon. Released in April of 1943, SHERLOCK HOLMES IN WASHINGTON was directed by Roy William Neill, and starred Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce. The association of Lynn Riggs, the Oklahoma-born, part-Cherokee gay playwright and poet with this project is very interesting. It is one of at least two of the Universal Holmes titles that Riggs worked on, the other being an (until recently) uncredited revised draft of the screenplay for SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE VOICE OF TERROR (also dated 1942). Riggs is most widely known for his play, GREEN GROW THE LILACS, which was immensely popular as the musical adaptation, OKLAHOMA!, but little has been written about his years as… Read More
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FIRST EDITIONS OF FRENCH AND ENGLISH AUTHORS AUTOGRAPH LETTERS AND MANUSCRIPTS FROM THE...

FIRST EDITIONS OF FRENCH AND ENGLISH AUTHORS AUTOGRAPH LETTERS AND MANUSCRIPTS FROM THE COLLECTION OF EDWARD TITUS ...

by [Titus, Edward]: Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc.

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New York: Parke-Bernet, 1951.. 99,[1]pp. Printed wrapper. Wrapper sunned at spine and overlap edges, a few smudges to wrappers, otherwise very good. The interesting, eclectic mix of books and manuscripts belonging to expat bookseller and publisher, Edward Titus, of Black Manikin fame. Among the 735 lots are a set of heavily corrected page proofs of ULYSSES, MOSADA inscribed to H.A. Pollexfen, WANDERINGS OF OISIN inscribed to Henley, Melville's copy of POLITENESS OF MANNERS AND BEHAVIOUR IN FASHIONABLE SOCIETY, and much, much more. This copy is priced in pencil throughout, often with buyers noted.
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FIVE AMERICAN POETS

FIVE AMERICAN POETS

by Gunn, Thom, and Ted Hughes [ed]

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London: Faber & Faber, [1963].. 110pp. Gray cloth, lettered in silver. Fine in typically slightly tanned, very good dust jacket. First edition. Selections from the works of Willaim Staffor, Edward Bowers, Howard Nemerov, Hyam Plutzik and Louis Simpson, preceding any book length UK collections by any of the poets. HAGSTROM B16. PIRIE F21.
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FIVE YOUNG AMERICAN POETS ...

FIVE YOUNG AMERICAN POETS ...

by Berryman, John; Randall Jarrell; Mary Barnard, et al.

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Norfolk: New Directions, [1940].. Gilt cloth. Portraits. Slight tanning to endsheets, otherwise about fine in slightly hand soiled dust jacket with tiny tear at top edge of rear panel. First edition. One of 800 copies printed. Collective format for first books by Berryman, Randall Jarrell, Mary Barnard, G.M. O'Donnell and W.R. Moses. This copy is signed by Barnard in the corner of the front endsheet and bears her small personal book label on the front pastedown. HARRISON, NEWTH & CANDIDO, p.4.
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FIX BAYONETS!

FIX BAYONETS!

by Thomason, John W., Jr.

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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1926.. Cloth backed pictorial boards. Color frontis, plates and illustrations by the author. Fine and bright in very good pictorial dust jacket with some small chips and edge wear. First edition of the double-gaited author's semi-fictionalized first book, based on his own experiences as a career officer in the Marines as part of the AEF. Upon publication, James Norman Hall called this work "America's first genuine contribution to [WWI] soldier's narratives, ranking with Barbusse's LE FEU and Masefield's GALLIPOLI," and the London TIMES asserted that "No book which we can recall that has for subject the actual fighting man in the Great War, has appeared to us to equal this." "...The best American book on the War, and one of the best books of any nationality on the War" - Falls. Uncommon in this condition. HANNA 3498. FALLS, p.81 (***).
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FLAT AND ROUND

by Eigner, Larry

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Brooklyn: Pierrepont Press, [1969].. Gilt gray cloth. Fine in slightly dust- smudged and faintly marked slipcase. First edition. Copy 'A' of 26 lettered copies, from a total edition 330 copies, all signed by the author. Precedes the edition published in 1980 as TUUMBA 25.
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FLOSCULI SENTENTIARUM PRINTER FLOWERS MORALISED
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FLOSCULI SENTENTIARUM PRINTER FLOWERS MORALISED

by [Gehenna Press]: [Roylance, Dale (afterword)]

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[Northampton, MA: The Gehenna Press, 1967].. [31]pp. Small folio (29.5 x 21 cm). Quarter vellum and marbled boards, edges untrimmed. Printed in black and colors. Slight natural mottling to the vellum, otherwise about fine. First edition, regular issue, of this handsome presentation of many of Bruce Rogers' printer's ornaments then recently acquired for the Printing Office in the Yale University Library. The entire edition consisted of 250 copies printed by Harold McGrath on French handmade paper in Rogers' Centaur type. Fifty copies, numbered in Roman, were bound by Arno Warner in full leather, and 200 numbered ordinary copies, bound as here. Rather than being numbered, this is designated as copy 'x' and is inscribed by the Baskins on the colophon: "Jill & Dick love Lisa & Leonard 1967." It is the previous owner's recollection that Dick Warren, presssman in the early days of the Gehenna Press, was the recipient of the inscription. BASKIN 51.
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FLOSCULI SENTENTIARUM PRINTER FLOWERS MORALISED

FLOSCULI SENTENTIARUM PRINTER FLOWERS MORALISED

by [Gehenna Press]: [Roylance, Dale (afterword)]

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[Northampton, MA: The Gehenna Press, 1967].. [31]pp. Small folio (29.5 x 21 cm). Quarter vellum and marbled boards, edges untrimmed. Printed in black and colors. Slight natural mottling to the vellum, otherwise about fine. First edition, regular issue, of this handsome presentation of many of Bruce Rogers' printer's ornaments then recently acquired for the Printing Office in the Yale University Library. The entire edition consisted of 250 copies printed by Harold McGrath on French handmade paper in Rogers' Centaur type. Fifty copies, numbered in Roman, were bound by Arno Warner in full leather, and 200 numbered ordinary copies bound as here. This is designated as copy 'lll' and is inscribed by the Baskins on the colophon: " ... with the affectionate regard of Lisa & Leonard 1967." BASKIN 51. BROOK 51.
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FLOWERING JUDAS

by Porter, Katherine Anne

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New York: Harcourt, [1930].. Cloth and boards. Spine gilding patinated as usual, otherwise an unusually nice copy, near fine, in a slightly chipped example of the glassine.wrapper. The folded, printed flap is present, but split along 1/2 of the fold. First edition of the author's first collection of fiction from a trade publisher. One of 600 copies only, printed at the Primavera Press.
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A FLYING SCROLL NO. 8

A FLYING SCROLL NO. 8

by Hodgson, Ralph

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Philadelphia: Printed by Namleda & Co. for the Author, 1948.. Folio broadside (46 x 12 cm), printed on recto only. Fine. First edition, issue on acid-free paper (one of 33 copies thus). Published in a series of eleven rhyme sheets featuring the first appearances of poems by Hodgson that were later collected in THE SKYLARK AND OTHER POEMS (1958) and COLLECTED POEMS (1961). The series began in 1945, and the printing was undertaken by Seymour Adelman for Hodgson, who sold them for "10 cents post free, no discount." SWEETSER A26.
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FOLKS FROM DIXIE ... WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY E.W. KEMBLE

FOLKS FROM DIXIE ... WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY E.W. KEMBLE

by Dunbar, Paul Laurence

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New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1898.. [10],263pp. Frontis and 7 plates. Brown cloth, stamped in gilt and black, pictorial onlay on upper cover. Light rubbing at head and toe of spine, otherwise a very nice, bright copy, near fine. First edition of the author's first prose collection. A book often seen in second rate condition. BAL 4921. WRIGHT III:1668.
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FOLLY AND GLORY

FOLLY AND GLORY

by McMurtry, Larry

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New York: Simon & Schuster, [2004].. Large octavo. Boards. Fine in dust jacket. First edition, limited issue. Copy #67 of 75 numbered copies, in addition to 26 lettered copies with slipcases, all signed by the author. This special issue, equipped with a limitation statement on a prelim, was prepared, with the author's participation, for sale by his Wichita Falls colleagues, Three Dog Books. Berrybender Narratives Book 4.
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