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  • BELISAIRE. Par M. Marmontel, de l'Académie Françoise by MARMONTEL, Jean-Francois, 1723-99
    MARMONTEL, Jean-Francois, 1723-99
    BELISAIRE. Par M. Marmontel, de l'Académie Françoise

    Amsterdam: Aux Depens de la Compagnie, 1767. Early printing, same year as the first. Small octavo (17 cm), untrimmed, in later quarter tan calf and marbled boards spine with raised bands, gilt title. pp viii, (190), [2, blank]. Tanning to the page edges, creases to one leaf near middle; else fine externally and internally. Contains an author preface. Pages 1-149 contain the novel BÉLISIARE, which is based on the life of the Byzantine general Flavius Belisarius; pages 151-89 contain his "Fragmens de philosophie morale"'; the last page contains"Vers sur la condemnation de Bélisaire projettée en Sorbonne". The famous plea for religious tolerance in Chapter XV brought on the condemnation of the Sorbonne and the Archbishop of Paris, all but…

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    Amsterdam: Aux Depens de la Compagnie, 1767. Early printing, same year as the first. Small octavo (17 cm), untrimmed, in later quarter tan calf and marbled boards spine with raised bands, gilt title. pp viii, (190), [2, blank]. Tanning to the page edges, creases to one leaf near middle; else fine externally and internally. Contains an author preface. Pages 1-149 contain the novel BÉLISIARE, which is based on the life of the Byzantine general Flavius Belisarius; pages 151-89 contain his "Fragmens de philosophie morale"'; the last page contains"Vers sur la condemnation de Bélisaire projettée en Sorbonne". The famous plea for religious tolerance in Chapter XV brought on the condemnation of the Sorbonne and the Archbishop of Paris, all but ensuring the book's success. "Bélisaire is a banned 1767 French novel on the life of the Byzantine general Belisarius by Jean-François Marmontel. It popularised the apochryphal tale of his being reduced to beggary by Justinian I despite his great services to the empire, citing it as an example of the ingratitude of those in power towards their faithful servants and indicting the French king Louis XV by proxy as another such ungrateful monarch." - Wikipedia. Marmontel's contributions to the great Encyclopédie, collected as Eléments de Littérature, is still considered a classic of French literature. "John Ruskin named him as one of the three people in history who were the most influential for him. In his autobiography, John Stuart Mill credits Memoires d'un père with curing him of depression." - Wikipedia. A nice copy of this French classic.

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    Condition: Binding: Hardcover

    Book ID: 47246
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  • GLECKNER, Robert F.
    BLAKE'S PRELUDE: poetical sketches

    Edition: First edition

    Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1982. Brown boards. pp (xii), (203). Index. Fine copy. Jacket has sunning to spine and front panel, else fine.

    Condition: Binding: Hardcover

    Book ID: 52170
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  • GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von, 1749-1832 [James Russell Lowell)
    Briefe an die Gräfin Auguste zu Stolberg, verwitwete Gräfin von Bernstorf.

    Edition: First edition.

    Leipzig: F.A. Brockhaus, 1839. 16mo. [4], 194 pp, including half-title leaf. Bound with: [Klopstock, Friedrich Gottlieb, 1724-1803]. Kurzer Briefwechsel zwischen Klopstock und Goethe im Jahre 1776. Leipzig : [s.n.], 1833. 12 pp. Quarter bound in old quarter calf and marbled boards, marbled page edges. Lacking the spine entirely; brown spots to corners of endpapers from binding materials; text has foxing; VG and unworn otherwise, text block tight in the binding. This was American poet JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL'S COPY, with his ink signature ("J.R. Lowell") on front pastedown and his ink note on the free endpaper giving a short title of each of the two collections of Goethe's letters bound together here. Ink inscription at top of half-title leaf of…

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    Leipzig: F.A. Brockhaus, 1839. 16mo. [4], 194 pp, including half-title leaf. Bound with: [Klopstock, Friedrich Gottlieb, 1724-1803]. Kurzer Briefwechsel zwischen Klopstock und Goethe im Jahre 1776. Leipzig : [s.n.], 1833. 12 pp. Quarter bound in old quarter calf and marbled boards, marbled page edges. Lacking the spine entirely; brown spots to corners of endpapers from binding materials; text has foxing; VG and unworn otherwise, text block tight in the binding. This was American poet JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL'S COPY, with his ink signature ("J.R. Lowell") on front pastedown and his ink note on the free endpaper giving a short title of each of the two collections of Goethe's letters bound together here. Ink inscription at top of half-title leaf of Francis Lowell Burnett, M.D., Elmwood, 1912. There is a small pencil note to the fore margin of page 63 (in J.R. Lowell's hand?) "See next page where the gander gets another kind of sauce." There is a book on Goethe's influence on Lowell (George Wurfl, Lowell's Debt to Goethe: A Study of Literary Influence .State College, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State College Studies, 1954).

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    Book ID: 21349
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  • CANDIDE, ou l'Optimisme, Traduit de l'allemand de Mr. le Docteur Ralph, par M. de V. by VOLTAIRE, François Arouet de, 1694-1778
    VOLTAIRE, François Arouet de, 1694-1778
    CANDIDE, ou l'Optimisme, Traduit de l'allemand de Mr. le Docteur Ralph, par M. de V.

    No place (Rouen): No publisher, 1759. Rouen edition. 12mo, 16cm, pp (215) (including 3 page Table at rear, last page numbered 315), bound in modern marbled paper with leather spine label, red page edges. Scattered light foxing, but text is VG+, unworn. Page 195 numbered 105, last signature using smaller type. See Begesco 1441. The earliest edition was printed clandestinely (as were all the early editions) in Geneva by Cramer (299 pp, only perhaps a dozen known copies of the true first). CANDIDE was published more or less simultaneously in five countries no later than 15 Jan., 1759. Eighteen 1759 French language editions are known today. PMM 204. This famous satire on religious and philosophical (Leibnitz) optimism is Voltaire's…

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    No place (Rouen): No publisher, 1759. Rouen edition. 12mo, 16cm, pp (215) (including 3 page Table at rear, last page numbered 315), bound in modern marbled paper with leather spine label, red page edges. Scattered light foxing, but text is VG+, unworn. Page 195 numbered 105, last signature using smaller type. See Begesco 1441. The earliest edition was printed clandestinely (as were all the early editions) in Geneva by Cramer (299 pp, only perhaps a dozen known copies of the true first). CANDIDE was published more or less simultaneously in five countries no later than 15 Jan., 1759. Eighteen 1759 French language editions are known today. PMM 204. This famous satire on religious and philosophical (Leibnitz) optimism is Voltaire's best-known work, one of the most famous of the French Enlightenment, and a widely read classic of world literature even today.

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    Book ID: 33669
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  • Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1671-1713.
    Characteristicks of men, manners, opinions, times. In three volumes. By the Right Honourable Anthony, Earl of Shaftesbury. The fourth edition (3 volume set)

    No place (London): No publisher (Printed by John Darby), 1727. Fourth edition (first was in 1711). Three volumes. pp (6), iv, 364, including frontispiece portrait and collective title with engraved vignette by Simon Gribelin; 443; (4), 391, [1], (54, Index). Each volume has a separate title leaf. Engraved Gribelin headpieces. Old brown calf sides, period 20th century rebacking with raised bands, labels, gilt ornament. On each front pastedown is the armorial bookplate of Samuel Allen (motto "Dum vivo, spero") and small circular label of Battle Abbey (ruined abbey on the site of the Battle of Hastings); in the top margin of each front free endpaper is the 1960 ownership inscription of Robert A. Fenn, of London; Volumes 1 &…

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    No place (London): No publisher (Printed by John Darby), 1727. Fourth edition (first was in 1711). Three volumes. pp (6), iv, 364, including frontispiece portrait and collective title with engraved vignette by Simon Gribelin; 443; (4), 391, [1], (54, Index). Each volume has a separate title leaf. Engraved Gribelin headpieces. Old brown calf sides, period 20th century rebacking with raised bands, labels, gilt ornament. On each front pastedown is the armorial bookplate of Samuel Allen (motto "Dum vivo, spero") and small circular label of Battle Abbey (ruined abbey on the site of the Battle of Hastings); in the top margin of each front free endpaper is the 1960 ownership inscription of Robert A. Fenn, of London; Volumes 1 & 2 have the bookplate of M.P. Grace. Partial cracks to some inner hinges but all quite firm, endpaper tanning and foxing, in all a VG+ set, text clean, tight, and unworn, externally quite attractive. A nice set of one of the most influential philosophical books of the 18th century in England and elsewhere, the work uses the phrase "moral sense" for the first time and it was a foundational text for the Scottish school of ethical philosophy. 2.5 kg parcel.

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    Condition: Binding: Hardcover

    Book ID: 49690
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  • WILMOT, B.C., compiler (John Buchan)
    CHECKLIST OF WORKS BY AND ABOUT JOHN BUCHAN IN THE JOHN BUCHAN COLLECTION, Douglas Library, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario

    Boston: G.K. Hall, 1961. Second edition, revised (first was 1958, in mimeograph form). Blue cloth. pp (6), (38), [2], (24, index), [4] + plates. Yellowing to page edges, VG otherwise. Bookplate of Buchan collector Rosemary Dudley, with her ink marginalia in the main section. Queen's acquired the personal library, including some manuscript material, in 1955. A scarce book, and still a useful reference.

    Condition: Binding: Hardcover

    Book ID: 50308
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  • COMUS, a masque. presented at Ludlow Castle 1634....with notes and critical and explanatory by various commentators, and with preliminary illustrations...by Henry John Todd... by MILTON, John
    MILTON, John
    COMUS, a masque. presented at Ludlow Castle 1634....with notes and critical and explanatory by various commentators, and with preliminary illustrations...by Henry John Todd...

    Canturbury: W. Bristow, for Rivingtons, W. Clarke, Fletcher & Co., and J. Deighton, 1798. pp xxi,[3],62,[2];199. With the half-title leaf. Contemporary calf, spine lettered and decorated in gilt, sprinkled page edges. Cracked front joint neatly repaired, now sound; Browing from binding to margins of endpapers and binder's fly leaf front and rear; VG otherwise, text clean, tight, fine. Armorial bookplate at front of Sir Abraham Hume, Bart. with ink name at top of Lady Amelia Hume. Both Sir Abraham and Amelia Egerton Hume were keen cultivators of roses. Their friend Joshua Reyolds painted her portrait. The first major variorum edition, containing the first bibliography of the work (pp 193-99). A scarce book.

    Book ID: 49741
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  • ENNS, Victor Jerrett
    CORRECT IN THIS CULTURE

    Edition: First edition

    Saskatoon: Fifth House, 1985. The paper issued. Card covers with flaps. 72 pp. Fine. Poetry by an author from a Mennonite background. Note: light parcel, any default shipping may be reduced.

    Condition: Binding: Softcover

    Book ID: 51267
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  • BROWNE, Isaac Hawkins, 1705-1760
    De animi immortalitate; poema

    Edition: First edition.

    Londini [London]: J.& R. Tonson & S. Draper, 1754. pp [2], 60, stitched, edges untrimmed. Front cover of original plain blue-grey wrapper present but detached, rear wrapper lacking. Creases, nicks, small chips, dust soiling, to fore edges; inner edge of front cover has creases, shallow chips; last leaf partially detached, with short tears to inner edge; nice otherwise. Published anonymously, text in Latin. Browne was a lawyer and poet practicing in Lincoln's Inn. This poem on the immortality of the soul was his best known work. This copy is the variant with a price (1s.6d.) printed on the title page.

    Condition: Binding: Softcover.

    Book ID: 26594
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  • CONCINA, Daniele, 1687-1756
    DE' TEATRI MODERNI contrarj alla professione cristiana libri due del P. Daniele Concina dell'ordine de'predicatori in conferma delle sue dissertazioni De spectaculis theatralibus

    Roma (Rome): Presso gli eredi Barbiellini Mercanti di libri, e stampatori a Pasquino, 1755. Quarto. pp xxviii, 376, indexed, title page in red and black, engraved device on title page, decorated initials, head and tail pieces. Bound in old half vellum and marbled boards without free endpapers, gilt lettered label on spine, sprinkled page edges. Marbled boards are rubbed, with some peeling in inner margins; small blue spots along fore margin of title page; in all, externally VG, internally fine, no library marks. Concina, a noted reactionary and austere Dominican preacher of Venice, spoke strongly against modern culture and engaged in heated polemic and controversy. Note: 2 kg parcel, extra shipping may be required.

    Condition: Binding: Hardcover.

    Book ID: 33442
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  • GRAHAM, R.B. Cunninghame
    DOUGHTY DEEDS. An Account of the Life of Robert Graham of Gartmore, Poet and Politician, 1735-1797, Drawn from his Letter-books & Correspondence.

    Edition: First American issue

    New York: Dial, 1925. (UK sheets, cancel title leaf). Black cloth. Octavo, xvi, 205 [3] pp + frontispiece portrait + seven plates. Index. One added colour plate tipped in at p. 46. Modest wear to spine ends and outer corners, page edges yellowed

    Condition: Binding: Hardcover

    Book ID: 3252
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  • Fleming, Patricia Lockhart; Alston, Sandra
    Early Canadian Printing: A Supplement to Tremaine's a Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, 1751-1800

    Edition: First edition.

    University of Toronto Press, 1999. Octavo, blue cloth without jacket as issued. pp (xxiv), 629, (3). Corner crease to two leaves, else a fine copy. Inscribed by both authors to another librarian. A first rate descriptive bibliography. Note: 1.5 kg parcel, extra postage will be required.

    Condition: Binding: Hardcover.

    Book ID: 35333
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  • DOBSON, Austin
    EIGHTEENTH CENTURY VIGNETTES (First and Second Series)

    Edition: First printing

    London: Chatto & Windus, 1892, 1894. Two volumes. Quarter bound in white parchment and greyish boards. First series : pp (4), 261, [3] + frontispiece portrait and 6 other engraved plates with tissue guards. #125 of the large paper illustrated edition of 250 copies, signed by the author. Spine darkened and a bit rubbed; some wear to outer corners of boards; creased corner bump to front cover; mild soiling to the boards; yellowing to page edges and endpapers; VG otherwise, internally fine. Second series: Quarter bound in white parchment and tan boards. pp [2], (2), xii, 300 + frontispiece and 5 other engravings with tissue guards. #18 of 200 copies of this large paper illustrated edition. Spine darkened and…

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    London: Chatto & Windus, 1892, 1894. Two volumes. Quarter bound in white parchment and greyish boards. First series : pp (4), 261, [3] + frontispiece portrait and 6 other engraved plates with tissue guards. #125 of the large paper illustrated edition of 250 copies, signed by the author. Spine darkened and a bit rubbed; some wear to outer corners of boards; creased corner bump to front cover; mild soiling to the boards; yellowing to page edges and endpapers; VG otherwise, internally fine. Second series: Quarter bound in white parchment and tan boards. pp [2], (2), xii, 300 + frontispiece and 5 other engravings with tissue guards. #18 of 200 copies of this large paper illustrated edition. Spine darkened and a bit rubbed; some wear to outer corners of boards; mild soiling to the boards; yellowing to page edges and endpapers; VG otherwise, internally fine. Both printed at the Chiswick Press. 2.3 kg parcel

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    Condition: Binding: Quarto

    Book ID: 52204
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  • EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY STUDIES - 15 issues

    Northfield, MN, and Baltimore, MD, 1988-2010: American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 1988. Bound in card covers. Fine copies. A scholarly quarterly devoted to the study of the 18th century. 15 issues as follows: Vol. 21 / #4, Summer, 1988, published at St. Olaf's College in Northfield, MN. All others published by Johns Hopkins University Press in Baltimore. Vol. 33 / #1, Fall, 1999; 34 / 2, Winter 2001; 36 / 1, Fall 2002; 37 / 3, Spring 2004; 38/14; Summer, 2005; 39/2; Winter 2006; 39/3, Spring 2006; 39/4, Summer 2006; 41/2, Winter 2008; 42/2; Winter 2009; 43/1, Fall 2010; 43/2, Winter 2010; 43/3, Spring 2010; 43/4, Summer 2010. Note: heavier parcel, extra postage will be required.

    Condition: Binding: Softcover

    Book ID: 52473
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  • WARD, Thomas, 1652-1708
    ENGLAND'S REFORMATION, (from the time of K. Henry VIII. to the end of Oates's Plot). A poem in four cantos

    London: John Baker, 1715. Second edition, with a new editor's Preface (first was in 1710). Two volumes in one, each with a title leaf. 12mo, pp (xii), 312; (ii), 209. Bound in old calf. Some spine lettering flaked away; joints and hinges repaired with rice paper; VG copy otherwise, no tight in the binding, no owner names. ESTC T132411. Foxon W208. "He had been brought up as a presbyterian or Calvinist, but his studies in theological controversy induced him to join the Roman catholic church. Subsequently he travelled in France and Italy. At Rome he accepted a commission in the pope's guards, and he remained in the service for five or six years, during which time he served in…

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    London: John Baker, 1715. Second edition, with a new editor's Preface (first was in 1710). Two volumes in one, each with a title leaf. 12mo, pp (xii), 312; (ii), 209. Bound in old calf. Some spine lettering flaked away; joints and hinges repaired with rice paper; VG copy otherwise, no tight in the binding, no owner names. ESTC T132411. Foxon W208. "He had been brought up as a presbyterian or Calvinist, but his studies in theological controversy induced him to join the Roman catholic church. Subsequently he travelled in France and Italy. At Rome he accepted a commission in the pope's guards, and he remained in the service for five or six years, during which time he served in the maritime war against the Turks. In 1685 he returned to England. He took a leading part in the controversy of 1687-8, as a 'Roman catholick soldier;' but Dr. Tillotson believed he was really a jesuit in disguise, while Henry Wharton assured the public that the soldier was originally a Cambridge scholar, and had exchanged his black coat for a red one." - DNB. The work, left unfinished, was a burlesque modelled on Butler's HUDIBRAS.

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    Book ID: 33545
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  • Epea pteroenta.. Or, the diversions of Purley by Tooke, John Horne, 1736-1812
    Tooke, John Horne, 1736-1812
    Epea pteroenta.. Or, the diversions of Purley

    London: Printed for the author, at J. Johnson's, 1798 , 1805. Two volumes. Part I, 1798, Part II, 1805. Second edition of Part I, first edition of Part II. pp (6), 534 + frontispiece by W. Sharp + plate at p 454; (8), (532), index. Contemporary tan calf, spines with raised bands, two label, gilt ornament to the compartments. Some uneven sunning and minor scuffing to covers; bit of wear to joints; each volume neatly repaired to the inner hinges with archival cloth tape. Vol. I has the shadow of a label removal inside front cover and slight foxing to the frontispiece and title page. In all, VG externally, internally clean, fresh, fine, now sound in the bindings. ESTC…

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    London: Printed for the author, at J. Johnson's, 1798 , 1805. Two volumes. Part I, 1798, Part II, 1805. Second edition of Part I, first edition of Part II. pp (6), 534 + frontispiece by W. Sharp + plate at p 454; (8), (532), index. Contemporary tan calf, spines with raised bands, two label, gilt ornament to the compartments. Some uneven sunning and minor scuffing to covers; bit of wear to joints; each volume neatly repaired to the inner hinges with archival cloth tape. Vol. I has the shadow of a label removal inside front cover and slight foxing to the frontispiece and title page. In all, VG externally, internally clean, fresh, fine, now sound in the bindings. ESTC T32791 >>> Tooke was an English clergyman, radical politician, and philologist, was " one of the most effective English agitators for parliamentary reform and freedom of dissent in the late 18th century. He attacked the powerful Whig magnates but stopped short of advocating democracy."- EB. He agitated for parliamentary reform and self-government for the American colonies (which landed him a prison term). An enthusiastic philologist, he was among the first to regard language as a product of historical development rather than as a fixed structure." - EB. The Diversions of Purley "is a treatise on etymology: the author contending that in all languages there are but two sorts of words necessary for the communication of thought, viz., nouns and verbs; that all the other so-called parts of speech are but abbreviations of these, and are 'the wheels of the vehicle language.' He asserts also that there are no indefinable words, but that every word, in all languages, has a meaning of its own. To prove this, he traces many conjunctions, prepositions, adverbs, etc., back to their source as comparisons or contractions; accounting for their present form by the assertion that 'abbreviation and corruption are always busiest with the words most frequently in use; letters, like soldiers, being very apt to desert and drop off in a long march'. Throughout the work, the author constantly refers to his imprisonment and trial, introducing sentences for dissection which express his political opinions, and words to be treated etymologically which describe the moral or physical defects of his enemies." - Bartleby. A third volume was contemplated but never finiished. Today his philology is regarded as eccentric and misguided. 4 kg parcel, extra shipping will be required.

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    Book ID: 52135
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  • CLELAND, John
    FANNY

    Paris: 1962. Traveller's Companion paperback no. 17. Second Olympia Press edition (the first was Memoirs of Fanny Hill, published in 1956). First published 1749 as Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.

    Condition: Binding: Softcover

    Book ID: 38757
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  • JOHNSON, R. Brimley, editor (Fanny Burney)
    FANNY BURNEY AND THE BURNEYS.

    Edition: First US edition

    New York: Stokes, 1926. Octavo, 405 pp + plates, indexed. Spine has minor wear at tips, gilt lettering darkened; light yellowing to endpapers and page edges; else a VG tight and clean copy, no owner names. Made from UK sheets.

    Condition: Binding: Hardcover

    Book ID: 24789
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  • ISHERWOOD, Robert M.
    FARCE AND FANTASY: popular entertainment in eighteenth-century Paris

    New York: Oxford University Press, 1986. The paper issue in card covers. pp (xii), 324. Illustrated, Index. Ink owner name at front, VG+ otherwise.

    Condition: Binding: Softcover

    Book ID: 52199
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  • GOETHE, Johnann Wolfgang (Lynd Ward, ltd. ed.)
    FAUST: A Tragedy. Translated by Alice Raphael. With an introduction for the modern reader by Mark Van Doren and woodcuts by Lynd Ward

    Edition: First of this edition

    New York: Jonathan Cape & Harrison Smith, 1930. Tall octavo. Original blue cloth spine gilt lettered and decorated boards (Art Deco design) printed in blue, black and gilt, top edges gilt, other edges. pp (xxii), 262 + 6 mounted woodcuts. Edition of 501 numbered copies (490 for sale), signed by the translator, this is #396. As well, the frontispiece is signed by Lynd Ward in pencil below the image. Spine a bit sunned; plates have tan spots at corners from glue used to tip them in, as always; else a fine copy, original glassine wrapper present (small tear at head of spine, creases to fore margin of front panel and front flap), no owner names, hinges not cracked. The…

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    New York: Jonathan Cape & Harrison Smith, 1930. Tall octavo. Original blue cloth spine gilt lettered and decorated boards (Art Deco design) printed in blue, black and gilt, top edges gilt, other edges. pp (xxii), 262 + 6 mounted woodcuts. Edition of 501 numbered copies (490 for sale), signed by the translator, this is #396. As well, the frontispiece is signed by Lynd Ward in pencil below the image. Spine a bit sunned; plates have tan spots at corners from glue used to tip them in, as always; else a fine copy, original glassine wrapper present (small tear at head of spine, creases to fore margin of front panel and front flap), no owner names, hinges not cracked. The original decorated card slipcase (no lettering, same Deco design as covers and endpapers) has repaired splits to edges, small chip to fore edge of top side; wear to bottom side; just good. A most handsome edition of one of the great classics of world literature. 1.5 kg parcel

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    Condition: Binding: Hardcover

    Book ID: 27455
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