New York: Limited Editions Club, 1935. Matisse, Henri. First edition thus, 979 of 1500 copies, signed by MATISSE... Read More about Ulysses. With an Introduction by Stuart Gilbert
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New York: The Vanguard Press, 1935. First edition. First edition of Nelson Algren's first book inscribed by the author to Matthew Monahan of Gotham Book Mart. Ed Landberg was the founder of the Berkeley Cinema Guild and Studio in Berkeley California in the late 1950s, during which he was partners..... Read More about Somebody in Boots
New York: Targ Editions, 1983. First edition in English, one of 250 copies, signed by the Author. Read More about The Miracle of Birds. Translated by Barbara Shelby Merello
The Hague: 's-Gravenhage, 2 October 1958, 31st July 1959. ¶The noted historical writer provides more recent biographical information for Hartley. Hartley had enquired how valuable to his creative writing was his formal education. To which he responded that “high school” was certainly important but that he sees “the most important..... Read More about Two typed letters, signed “Jo van Ammers-Kuller” and a typed synopsis entitled “Diana. The...
London: Pickering and Chatto, 1890. The "Aldine" Edition. The Scott translation was first published first in 1811 and again in 1882, this third edition was issued in 1890. Read More about The Arabian Nights Entertainments...from the Text of Dr. Jonathan Scott (1754–1829
London: L. Reeve & Co, 1868. First edition. Read More about Caliphs and Sultans, Being Tales Omitted in the Usual Edition of the Arabian Nights...
The Limited Editions Club, . CARTIER-BRESSON, Henri. Edition limited to 300 numbered copies signed by Cartier-Bresson. "Just twenty‑eight when he wrote this magical novel, he compares a poet’s love for his city to a peasant’s love for his land. A leading Surrealist writer, Aragon was keenly aware of the hidden..... Read More about Le Paysan de Paris
London: MacMillan and Co, 1895-96. Read More about Poems and Letters
London: Chatto and Windus, Piccadilly, 1882. First edition. Standard work. Read More about Chap-books of The Eighteenth Century
Boston: The Beacon Press, 1955. First edition. Baldwin's powerful first book of essays, in jacket. Baldwin's second book and his first collection of essays, the form for which he would be known. Written from 1948 to 1955, when Baldwin was still in his twenties, these essays first appeared in Commentary..... Read More about Notes of a Native Son
London: Thos. de la Rue & Co., Bunhill Row, 1880. First edition. Irsish geologist, son of Robert Ball to whom this book is dedicated. He was part of the Geological Survey of India in 1864 -1881. Read More about Jungle Life in India; or the Journeys and Journals of an Indian Geologist
New York: The Limited Editions Club, . No. 55 from a limited edition of 300 copies, signed by Balthus. Read More about Cosi Fan Tutte, Dramma Giocoso in Due Atti
London: Printed for John Wilkins at the Sign of the Maiden-Head in New Cheap-side in Moor-field, 1671. First Edition in English. see pp. 100 for Peter Martyr; p. 102 for Peru; p. 91 for Columbus. Read More about The History of the Administration of Cardinal Ximenes, Great Minister of State in Spain...and...
New York: . First Edition. Dedication Copy. Inscribed "To Henry Cabot Lodge with the appreciation of the author for his very kind interest in this little book - James M. Beck". With Lodge Bookplate. This book is dedicated to Lodge. Beck takes President Wilson to task for his foreign policies..... Read More about The Passing of the New Freedom
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[Ballydehob, Co. Cork, Ireland: 1984]. Beckett directs Godot, 1984. A pensive Beckett, pencil in hand at his forehead, looks downward at a notebook. John Minihan photographed Samuel Beckett frequently in the 1980s, in café settings and formal portraits, and as here, while at work on the 1984 production of Waiting..... Read More about Portrait photograph of Samuel Beckett, title inscription by photographer at bottom, “Samuel...
London: William Heinemann, 1921. First trade edition. Read More about A Survey
New York: Simon & Schuster, . Later issue. With twelve girls on the illustration to "They went home and broke their bread", but with title page undated below the Simon & Shuster imprint. Read More about Madeline
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, (1958). First edition. FIRST NOVEL. Berger's first book. Read More about Crazy in Berlin
Philadelphia: Printed Only for Subscribers by George Barrie, c 1905. Number 40 of 1000 copies printred on Japan Vellum. Read More about The Bibliophilist's Library, including, The Decameron of Boccacio (2 Volumes); The Confessions of...
New York & London: G.P. Putnam’s Sons…The Knickerbocker Press, 1899. First Edition. SIGNED. Signed by Bierce of the ffep. Read More about Fantastic Fables
San Francisco: A.M. Robertson, 1899. Edition de luxe, no. 24 of 52 hand-illuminated copies, numbered and signed by the author. Read More about A Season Sowing
Barcelona: Seix Barral, February 1996. First edition. A darkly-comic fictional encyclopedia or anthology of right-wing literary figures in the Americas. It is structured as a series of biographical sketches of major figures, followed by a glossary of further writers, publishers, periodicals, and a bibliography of works. The authors and works..... Read More about La literatura nazi en América
Londini [i.e. Utrecht]: [B. Wild and I. Altheer], 1798. "The most famous jokebook of the Renaissance" "The Facetiae of the well-known humanist Poggio Bracciolini ... is the most famous jokebook of the Renaissance and the only one internationally known and read today. Poggio compield it while he was a Papal..... Read More about Poggii Florentini Facetiarum libellus unicus notulis imitatores indicantibus & nonnullis sive...
The Limited Editions Club, 1993. Balthus. Edition limited to 300 numbered copies signed by Balthus. "What could they have had in common ‑- Count Balthazar Klossowski de Rola, the Paris‑born modern artist (better known as Balthus) who has filled scores of canvases with paintings of female nudes, and Mistress Emily..... Read More about Wuthering Heights