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‎Die Bücher der Neunzehn‎

‎Friedrich Sieburg: Lauter letzte Tage. Prosa aus zehn Jahren. Enmalige Sonderausgabe.‎

‎Stuttgart, Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt., 1963. 8°. [14,4 : 21,4 cm]. 386 Seiten. Originalleinenband mit Schutzumschlag. (Umschlagoberkante gering gerändert. Gestempelt). - Ansonsten ein sehr gut erhaltenes, sauberes Exemplar ohne Eintragungen. = Die Bücher der Neunzehn 102, Juni 1963.‎

‎- Hier sind sie nun alle beieinander, die spannenden Geschichten und liebenswürdigen Plaudereien, die dramatischen Schilderungen aus historischen Tagen und aus exotischen Ländern, der sanfte Spott über die internationale Gesellschaft und über die Welt der feinen Leute... (aus dem Klappentext).‎

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‎Die Bücher der Neunzehn‎

‎Wolfgang Borchert: Das Gesamtwerk. Mit einem biographischen Nachwort von Bernhard Meyer-Marwitz. Mit einer Titel-Porträttafel. Einmalige Sonderausgabe.‎

‎Hamburg, Rowohlt., 1959. 8° [12,8 : 19,5 cm]. 349 Seiten. Originalleinenband mit goldgeprägter Deckelvignette, reicher Rückenvergoldung, Kopffarbschnitt und illustriertem Schutzumschlag. (Oberer Deckelrand gering fleckig. Umschlag mit wenigen kurzen Randeinrissen. In abnehmbarer Umschlag-Oberkantenklarsichtschutzfolie). - Ansonsten ein sehr gut erhaltenes, sauberes Exemplar ohne Eintragungen. = 77. Tausend aller Auflagen. Die Bücher der Neunzehn, Band 51. Januar 1959.‎

‎- Dieses Werk vermittelt dem Leser eindeutig das klare Bild eines Wahrheitssuchenden, eines von seiner dichterischen Aufgabe Besessenen. In der visionären Schau der harten Realtität unserer Zeit, in nervöser Sensiblität für die Schwebungen zwischen Gefühl und Verstand, zwischen Lebenswillen und Lebensangst, in einer sprachlichen Formung, die von einem ergreifenden Rhythmus beseelt ist, atmet dieses Buch die Not und Lust, die Einsamkeit und Enttäuschung der jungen Generation, die aus dem Inferno des Krieges in eine zerschlagene Welt zurückkehrt... (aus dem Klappentext).‎

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‎Die Goldene Truhe‎

‎Chinesische Novellen aus zwei Jahrtausenden übertragen von Wolfgang Bauer und Herbert Franke.‎

‎München, Hanser, 1964. 3. Aufl. 8°. 443 S. mit Textillustrationen. OLwd. m. OUmschl., in gutem Zustand.‎

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‎die horen. Zeitschrift für Literatur, Grafik und Kritik‎

‎"Irgendwo bei Kattowitz": Stimmen aus dem Nachbarhaus. Polnische Gegenwart im Spiegel der Literatur (45. Jahrgang, Band 2 / 2000, Ausgabe 198). -‎

‎Bremerhaven, "edition die horen" im Wirtschaftsverlag NW, 2000. 284 Seiten, Gr.-8°, Kartoniert‎

‎Herausgeber: Johann P. Tammen; mit Abbildungen; --- gutes Exemplar‎

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‎Dietlein, Rudolf, Waldemar Dietlein Richard Gosche (Hrsg.) u. a‎

‎Aus deutschen Lesebüchern. Erster Band. Dichtungen in Poesie und Prosa erläutert für Schule und Haus. Unter Mitwirkung namhafter Schulmänner. 4. Auflage.‎

‎Gera, Leipzig: Druck und Verlag von Theodor Hofmann, 1897. 558 Seiten. 220 x 120 mm, schwarzer Original-Halblederband mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und Rücken-Schmuck, mit marmorierten Deckel und Hinterdeckel.‎

‎Einband etwas berieben und bestoßen, Namenszug auf dem Vorsatz, sonst sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar.‎

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‎DIETZ, CURT REINHARD‎

‎Die Insel der Hoffnung (Abenteuerroman)‎

‎Leipzig, Verlag Friedrich Rothbarth 1935. Halbleinen, 8°, 271 S., 10.-21. Tausend‎

‎Einband Gebrauchsspuren, Rücken vorn unten ca 3 cm eingerissen‎

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‎Dietze, Anita und Walter‎

‎Deutsche Epigramme aus vier Jahrhunderten‎

‎Leipzig: Verlag Phillipp Reclam, 1973. 2., veränderte und erweiterte Auflage 436 Seiten , 25 cm, Gewebeeinband mit Schutzumschlag‎

‎Schutzumschlag fleckig, ansonsten sehr guter Zustand, Deutsche Epigramme das ist: Scharf- doppel- neben- un- nach- und überhaupt sinnige Schmäh- Schimpf- Spott und Stachelverse. 1h5a Bei dem eingefügten Bild handelt es sich um das eingescannte Buch aus meinem Bestand. Bei Bestellungen Werktags bis 12,00 Uhr erfolgt der Versand in der Regel noch am selben Tag, ansonsten am folgenden Werktag.‎

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‎DIGBY (KENELM) AND RATTRAY (SYLVESTRI):‎

‎Theatrum Sympatheticum Auctum, exhibens Varios Authores de Pulvere Sympathetico quidem: Digbaeum, Straussinum, Papinium et Moyhum de Unguento vero Armario; Goclenium, Robertum, Helmontium, R. Fluddum, Beckerum, Borellum.... Praemittitur his Sylvestri Rattray, Aditus ad Sympathiam et Anti-Pathiam. Edition novissima, correctior, acution, multisq' parasangis melior.‎

‎Norimbergae, Apud Johan. Andeam Endterum, & Wolfgangi Junioris Haeredes. 1662. Thick 4to, 197 x 134 mms., pp. [viii], 722 [723 - 764 index], title-page printed in red and black, engraved vignette on page 125, recently rebound in dark chocolate sheepskin, gilt spine, black leather labels, new end-papers, including two dark brown ones (rather unsympathetic); title-page soiled and frayed, but a so-so to good copy, with the small library stamp of St. Patrick's College Library, Maynooth, on various pages (de-accessioned). The volume contains Digby's "Oratio de Pulvere sympathetico"; Laurentius Straussius's "Epistola ad Comitem Dygbaeum"; Nicolaus Papinus's "Dissertatio de Pulvere Sympathetico"; and Ercius Mohyus' "Pulvis Sympatheticus". Digby first described his well-known weapon-salve, or powder of sympathy, in the discourse alleged to have been delivered at Montpellier in 1658. Its method of employment stamps it as the merest quackery. The wound was never to be brought into contact with the powder, which was merely powdered vitriol. A bandage was to be taken from the wound, immersed in the powder, and kept there till the wound healed. Digby gives a fantastic account of the "sympathetic" principles involved. He says that he learned how to make and apply the drug from a Carmelite who had travelled in the East, and whom he met at Florence in 1622. He first employed it about 1624 to cure James Howell of a wound in his hand, and he adds that James I and Dr. Mayerne were greatly impressed by its efficacy, and that Bacon registered it in his scientific collections...(DNB). Lorenz Strauss [1633-1687] physician, professor of medicine at Giessen, court physician of the Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt. He edited the 1660 edition (from which this edition is taken) of Theatrum Sympatheticum. Papin born at Blois practiced medicine there and Alencon, and his death occurred subsequent to 1653. This dissertation was first published at Paris in 1644. Mohyus came from Rondchamp near Liege. He studied medicine and practiced it with credit from1620 to 1654. The Pulvis was first published in 1654. (Information from Heritage Auctions, 2015) Rubin 68. Bruning 2077. Ferchl 531. Ferguson II,440. Caillet 10599. Duveen 574. Rosenthal, Magica, 3265. Gilhofer, Alchrmie 133, 428. Esoterica 4823. Neu 4013.‎

Bookseller reference : 8910

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‎DILICH, Wilhelm‎

‎Festungslehre. (Nachdruck der Ausgabe 1640).‎

‎München: Uhl 1971. 163 Sp. + Reg. + 110 Abb. auf Taf. Quer 2° Ln. *nahezu neuwertig*.‎

Bookseller reference : 47131

‎DILLON, MYLES (EDITOR)‎

‎Irish Sagas‎

‎British, Mercier Press. 1970, 2nd Printing. Mass Market Paperback. Solid copy with a light spine roll and covers show light wear. Very Good -.‎

Bookseller reference : 22873

‎Dimitri Mereskovskij‎

‎Mereskovskij, Leonardo da Vinci. La resurrezione degli Dei‎

‎Dimitri Mereskovskij, Leonardo da Vinci. La resurrezione degli Dei, Giunti Martello, Firenze 1982, pp. 651, cm 23, cart. ed. con titoli al dorso e al piatto e sovraccoperta. Collana Storica Giunti Martello. Traduzione di Mario Visetti. Leggere tracce d’uso, uno strappetto senza mancanze alla sovraccoperta, una sottolineatura a evidenziatore ad una carta, minime fioriture ai tagli, per il resto buona copia.‎

‎Dingler, Max‎

‎Geschriebene Mundart, das ist Wohlerwogene und beherzigenswerte Regeln für die einheitliche und gemeinverständliche Schreibung der bairischen Redeweis in Vers und Prosa. Dargeboten von Max Dingler. 2., vermehrte und verbesserte Auflage.‎

‎Erfurt: Gebr. Richter 1942. 112 Seiten. Frakturdruck. 8° (17,5-22,5 cm). Privater Pappband mit montierten Titel der Orig.-Broschur. [Hardcover / fest gebunden].‎

‎Ehemaliges Bibliotheksexemplar mit Spur von entfernter Deckelsignatur, Inventarnummern und Stempeln auf Innendeckel und Titelblatt. - Einband leicht berieben, Ecken und Kanten etwas bestoßen. Papier gebräunt. - Insgesamt ordentlich bis gut erhaltenes Exemplar.‎

Bookseller reference : 3120034

‎Dino BUZZATI‎

‎Dino BUZZATI - Sessanta racconti - 1995‎

‎Dino BUZZATI - Sessanta racconti - 1995. Arnoldo Mondadori Editore, Milano (volume 1573 della collana "Oscar scrittori del novecento"); brossura editoriale figurata con titoli al piatto e al dorso; 16°, cm 18,5; 1 vol.; Pagg. 562; Spellatura all'angolo superiore destro, nel complesso più che buon esemplare; Firma d'appartenenza al piatto, prima edizione "Oscar scrittori del novecento".‎

‎DINTER, ARTUR‎

‎Die Sünde wider den Geist (Ein Zeitroman)‎

‎Leipzig und Hartenstein, Verlag Matthes und Thost 1921. Pappband, 8°, 244 S., 1.-50. Tausend, Band zwei der Romantrilogie‎

‎Einband Gebrauchsspuren und fleckig, Namenszug auf dem Titelblatt‎

Bookseller reference : X5372

‎DIONYIUS THE CARTHUSIAN.‎

‎D. Dionysii Carthusiani, in quatuor Evangelista Enarrationes, Praeclare admodum, & ab eruditissimis optimisque viris quamdivitissime desideratae, atquie nunc ex altera: eaque diligentissim ad archetypon recognitione, sublastis mendis quibus scatebant pluribus quam diligentissime excusae.‎

‎Folio, 335 x 212 mms., foliated [10], 381 [= 379], engraved vignette on title-page with publisher's initials in centre and "Chapel House Newport" above the vignette, contemporary annotation on title-page and numerous marginal annotations also in a contemporary hand, paste-down end-papers from printers' waste in red and black (probably pre-1500), contemporary calf, bordered and panelled in blind with a lozenge in blind within the border, remains of clasps, foully rebacked in totally unsympathetic style, title-page with stains, fore-margins of first 7 leaves very slightly stained Denis the Carthusian (aka Denys van Rijkel [1402/1403 - 1471] was educated at the University of Cologne and entered the Carthusian order in 1425. An astonishingly prolific author, he began his commentary on the Bible with the Psalms and extended it to the whole of the Old and New Testaments; this commentary on the first four books of the Bible is perhaps his best-known New Testament commentary. Denis' knowledge of theology was said to more comprehensive than that of any other theologian on his time or before, and one of his 16th century editors, Petrus Blomevenna, said of him "he who reads Denys reads everything." - Parisiis. Apud Gervasium Chevallonium. 1539.‎

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‎DIONYIUS THE CARTHUSIAN.‎

‎D. Dionysii Carthusiani, in quatuor Evangelista Enarrationes, Praeclare admodum, & ab eruditissimis optimisque viris quamdivitissime desideratae, atquie nunc ex altera: eaque diligentissim ad archetypon recognitione, sublastis mendis quibus scatebant pluribus quam diligentissime excusae.‎

‎Parisiis. Apud Gervasium Chevallonium. 1539. Folio, 335 x 212 mms., foliated [10], 381 [= 379], engraved vignette on title-page with publisher's initials in centre and "Chapel House Newport" above the vignette, contemporary annotation on title-page and numerous marginal annotations also in a contemporary hand, paste-down end-papers from printers' waste in red and black (probably pre-1500), contemporary calf, bordered and panelled in blind with a lozenge in blind within the border, remains of clasps, foully rebacked in totally unsympathetic style, title-page with stains, fore-margins of first 7 leaves very slightly stained Denis the Carthusian (aka Denys van Rijkel [1402/1403 - 1471] was educated at the University of Cologne and entered the Carthusian order in 1425. An astonishingly prolific author, he began his commentary on the Bible with the Psalms and extended it to the whole of the Old and New Testaments; this commentary on the first four books of the Bible is perhaps his best-known New Testament commentary. Denis' knowledge of theology was said to more comprehensive than that of any other theologian on his time or before, and one of his 16th century editors, Petrus Blomevenna, said of him "he who reads Denys reads everything."‎

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‎DIONYSIUS CARTHUSIANUS.‎

‎Elucidissima in divi Pauli Epistolas commentaria Dionysis, olim Carthusiani apud celebrem Ruremunda, ducatus Geldriae urbem cui in componendis sacrarum literarum libris vix alter similis successit. Vita authoris, simul & operum illius cathalogus, cum indice, & ... Caroli, ducis Geldri� &c. epistola hortatoria, necnon & sacr� facultatis theologic� Coloniensis approbatione, co[m]mentarijs ipsis pr�mittuntur.‎

‎8vo, 164 x 103 mms., foliation irregular, but no missing leaves, [28], 394 [i.e. 392] leaves, or, ff. 1-290, 293-394, a few contemporary marginal comments, portion of contemporary sheepskin binding remaining part of boards, but with later 18th century rebacked, spine ornately gilt in compartments, morocco label; lower portion (38 mms.) of imprint cut from title-page (date retained, but publisher missing) with consequent loss of text on verso, early library stamp with holy monogram, IHS, on title-page as well as Petit's printer's device, ink name obscured on title-page, wormed throughout, fairly severely in first few leaves, but almost entirely in the margins, occasional staining, front hing cracked, top of spine chipped, corners very worn; a well-used copy.e Dionysius the Carthusian (1402/03 - 1471), the Flemish or Rhenish theologian, was as industrious as he was pious, and this early commentary on the life of St. Paul is like many of his works a compilation. The work was edited by Petrus Blomevenna (1436 - 1536). Referenced by: Adams, D592. - Paris [apud Petrum Gaudoul], 1531.‎

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‎DIONYSIUS CARTHUSIANUS.‎

‎Elucidissima in divi Pauli Epistolas commentaria Dionysis, olim Carthusiani apud celebrem Ruremunda, ducatus Geldriae urbem cui in componendis sacrarum literarum libris vix alter similis successit. Vita authoris, simul & operum illius cathalogus, cum indice, & ... Caroli, ducis Geldriæ &c. epistola hortatoria, necnon & sacræ facultatis theologicæ Coloniensis approbatione, co[m]mentarijs ipsis præmittuntur.‎

‎Paris [apud Petrum Gaudoul], 1531. 8vo, 164 x 103 mms., foliation irregular, but no missing leaves, [28], 394 [i.e. 392] leaves, or, ff. 1-290, 293-394, a few contemporary marginal comments, portion of contemporary sheepskin binding remaining part of boards, but with later 18th century rebacked, spine ornately gilt in compartments, morocco label; lower portion (38 mms.) of imprint cut from title-page (date retained, but publisher missing) with consequent loss of text on verso, early library stamp with holy monogram, IHS, on title-page as well as Petit's printer's device, ink name obscured on title-page, wormed throughout, fairly severely in first few leaves, but almost entirely in the margins, occasional staining, front hinge cracked, top of spine chipped, corners very worn; a well-used copy. Dionysius the Carthusian (1402/03 - 1471), the Flemish or Rhenish theologian, was as industrious as he was pious, and this early commentary on the life of St. Paul is like many of his works a compilation. The work was edited by Petrus Blomevenna (1436 - 1536). Referenced by: Adams, D592.‎

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‎DIONYSIUS CARTHUSIANUS:‎

‎D. Dionysii Carthusiani Enarrationes piae eruditae in XII. Prophetas minores, Oseam, Iohelem, Amos, Abdiam, Ionam, Mich�am, Nahum, Abacuc, Sophoniam, Agg�am, Zachariam, Malachiam. Cum Gratia Privilegio ad Sexennium.‎

‎Folio, 304 x 194 mms., foliated [v], clxxiiii. BOUND WITH: D. Dionysii Carthusiani Enarrationes piae ac eruditae, in libros Iosue. Iudicum. Ruth. Regum. I. II. III. IIII. Paralipomenon. I. II. Cum Gratia et Privilegio. Coloniae, suis impensis Petrus Quintelle excudebat, Anno. M. D XXXV [1535]. Folio, 304 x 194 mms., foliated [v], cccv. 2 volumes in 1. Fine woodcut title-page with title bordered by 6 woodcut panels and historiated initials for first item, woodcut vignette at lower margin of title-page of second item, with historiated initials throughout, occasional marginalia in both items, contemporary calf panelled in blind, remains of clasps; end-papers from an earlier incunabulum, joints skilfully restored, a very good to fine copy in an interesting binding, with a contemporary ownership autograph on the top margin of the title-page and "Chapel House Newport" in a late 18th century hand under the title. Denis the Carthusian (1402�1471), also known as Denys van Leeuwen, Denis Ryckel, Dionysius van Rijkel (or other combinations of these terms was one of the most prolific commentators on the Bible and Biblical history. He wrote over 150 works, two of which are bound together here, a commentary on the minor prophets of the Bible and one of commentaries on Joshua, Judges, Ruth, Kings, and the Chronicles. The latter volume has a dedicatory letter by Bruno Loher, the editor and brother of Theodoricus Loher, and an index by Bartholomaeus Laurens. - Coloniae, expensis Johannis Soteris & Melchioris Novesiani. Anno M. D. XXXIII. Mense Septembri. 1533,‎

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‎DIS, A. VAN & T. HERMANS (COMPILERS),‎

‎Het Land der Letteren. Nederland door schrijvers & dichters in kaart gebracht. Orig. edn.‎

‎Amsterdam, Meulenhoff, 1982. large 8°. orig. cloth, dustjacket. 447pp. Num. col. and plain plates & text-ills, after photogrs. by Menko ten Cate, list of sources consulted, register, incl. two orig. press-clippings loosely inserted, a review and publ. advert. [Boek van de Maand, series]. A lavishly illustrated review of dutch literature, poetry and prose. Very fine copy.‎

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‎DISCHE, IRENE‎

‎Fromme Lügen (Sieben Erzählungen)‎

‎Frankfurt/M, Eichborn Verlag 1989. Hardcover mit Schutzumschlag, 8°, 293 S., 2. Auflage, Die Andere Bibliothek, herausgegeben von Hans Magnus Enzensberger, »Dier vorliegende Ausgabe unterscheidet sich ausstattungstechnisch deutlich vom Erstdruck. Sie wurde unter Verwendung des Original-Sat‎

‎Schutzumschlag etwas berieben und leicht bestoßen, sonst guter Zustand‎

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‎DISHER, GARRY, CO-ORDINATOR [CONTRIBUTORS]‎

‎Output: Creative Writing‎

‎Windsor, Victoria, Australia, Employ Publishing Group. 1988, First Edition. (ISBN: 0959101438) Softcover, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 164pp. Book clean and square. Spine firm. Leaves clean. Art-illustrated [Michael Bean] card wrapper nominally edgeworn only. The Fifth Annual Anthology Of Prose And Poetry, a compilation of the skills from the professional writing students at Holmesglen College of Tafe, Melbourne, Victoria. Co-ordinated by highly-successful author, Garry Disher, and supported by an extensive editorial team, the many contributors maintained a high standard of 'Creative Writing' throughout. Book weight approx. 250g. Postage charge will be reduced as this item will post under 500g. packed weight. Very Good +.‎

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‎DISRAELI, BENJAMIN (Earl of Beaconsfield)‎

‎Tancred oder Der neue Kreuzzug.‎

‎Berlin, Jüdische Büchervereinigung 1936. Ganzleinen, 8 , 317 S., dieser Roman wurde als zweiter Band der Jahresreihe 1936 den Mitgliedern der jüdischen Buchvereinigung E.V. geliefert. Einband Gebrauchsspuren. Hardcover‎

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‎DISSERTATION. ESSAYS.‎

‎A Dissertation on False Religion: Also Essays and Letters on Various Subjects. A New Edition, With Alterations and large Additions; Particularly an Appendix to the Dissertation on False Religion, containing Answers to some Objects which have been made against it. Likewise an Index to the Whole.‎

‎8vo, 200 x 124 mms., pp. [vii], viii - xiii [xiv blank, xv Errata, xvi blank], 377 [378 blank, 379 - 415 Index, 416 blank], contemporary calf; corners a little worn, front joint very slightly rubbed, but generally a very good copy. This edition is in fact considerably expanded from the first edition of 1739. For the 1739 edition ESTC T96099 claims that it was "reprinted in 1757 with the addition of an essay on false religion." In fact, the essay on false religion appears on pages 216 - 291 in the 1739 edition, but the two texts differ greatly. Several essays appear in this 1757 edition that did not appear in the 1739, e. g., the cumbersomely-titled "To The Most Noble, the Right Honourable, the Honourable Nobility and Gentry Associated for the Preservation of the Game"; dated 5 April 1756, it claims "That we are in the utmost danger of losing our country [to the French] is apparent to all men who are not bereaved of every grain of understanding." Similar overstatements suggest that the author has his tongue firmly fixed in his cheek. ESTC T104023 locates copies in BL; Bates College, Florida State University, Fordham University. A "Third Edition" was published in 1761, ESTC N16898, with copies in Emory, Illinois, and Yale, and it appears to be a straightforward reprint of this edition of 1757. - First Edition London: Printed for T. Osborne, and J. Shipton..., 1757.‎

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‎DISSERTATION. ESSAYS.‎

‎A Dissertation on False Religion: Also Essays and Letters on Various Subjects. A New Edition, With Alterations and large Additions; Particularly an Appendix to the Dissertation on False Religion, containing Answers to some Objects which have been made against it. Likewise an Index to the Whole.‎

‎London: Printed for T. Osborne, and J. Shipton..., 1757. 8vo, 200 x 124 mms., pp. [vii], viii - xiii [xiv blank, xv Errata, xvi blank], 377 [378 blank, 379 - 415 Index, 416 blank], contemporary calf; corners a little worn, front joint very slightly rubbed, but generally a very good copy. This edition is in fact considerably expanded from the first edition of 1739. For the 1739 edition ESTC T96099 claims that it was "reprinted in 1757 with the addition of an essay on false religion." In fact, the essay on false religion appears on pages 216 - 291 in the 1739 edition, but the two texts differ greatly. Several essays appear in this 1757 edition that did not appear in the 1739, e. g., the cumbersomely-titled "To The Most Noble, the Right Honourable, the Honourable Nobility and Gentry Associated for the Preservation of the Game"; dated 5 April 1756, it claims "That we are in the utmost danger of losing our country [to the French] is apparent to all men who are not bereaved of every grain of understanding." Similar overstatements suggest that the author has his tongue firmly fixed in his cheek. ESTC T104023 locates copies in BL; Bates College, Florida State University, Fordham University. A "Third Edition" was published in 1761, ESTC N16898, with copies in Emory, Illinois, and Yale, and it appears to be a straightforward reprint of this edition of 1757.‎

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‎DITTBERNER, HUGO‎

‎Geschichte einiger Leser (Ein Roman)‎

‎Zürich, Haffmans Verlag 1990. Hardcover mit Schutzumschlag, 8°, 223 S., 1.-4. Tausend‎

‎Guter Zustand‎

Bookseller reference : X1605

‎DIVOIRE (Fernand)‎

‎L'homme du monde.‎

‎Paris, Kra, aux Editions du Sagittaire, (1925); petit in-12° carré, 150 pp., broché, couverture imprimée rempliée. Edition originale, exemplaire numéroté sur vélin de Rives. "Les Cahiers Nouveaux", n°15. 1925‎

Bookseller reference : 200301844

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‎Divomlikoff Lavr (pseudo. Vladimir Volkoff)‎

‎Le Tretre‎

‎Robert Morel Hautes plaines De Provence 1972‎

‎Roman. Double vie d'un agent-prêtre du KGB et ses problèmes de conscience. Jaquette grise et noire illustrée sous couverture souple blanche ajourée défraichie. 390 pp. bon état intérieur frais. 3-ème édition. Auteur anagramme du pseudonyme. Couverture souple Satisfaisant‎

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‎Diverse‎

‎Les cent nouvelles.‎

‎Paris, Garnier Frères. Marmorierter Halblederband der Zeit, 424 Seiten, 8°. Texte revu avec beaucoup de soin sur les meilleures éditions et accompagnées de notes explicatives (ca. 1900). Einband etwas berieben. Seiten papierbedingt leicht gebräunt. Sonst sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Schöne Halbleder-Ausgabe mit marmoriertem Schnitt in französicher Sprache. Halbleder‎

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‎Diverse Autoren‎

‎Dreissig neue Erzähler des Neuen Russland. Junge russische Prosa. 16.-30. Tausend (Dritte, veränderte Aufl.)‎

‎Berlin, Malik, 1931. 618 S. Leinen.‎

‎Mit Lesebändchen. Buchrücken fehlt komplett, Bindung dementsprechen instabil. Einband leicht berieben und fleckig mit leichten Kanten- und Randbestößen. Papier leicht nachgedunkelt. Notizen und Besitzvermerk auf Vorsatz, Markierungen im Inhaltsverzeichnis. Einige Seiten etwas stockfleckig. Versand in aller Regel innerhalb von ein bis zwei Werktagen. Rechnung mit ausgewiesener Mehrwertsteuer beiliegend.‎

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‎DIVINE OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND‎

‎A Lady's Religion In a Letter To the honourable My Lady Howard. By a Divine in the Church of England. With a Prefatory Epistle to the same Lady, By a Lay-Gentleman.‎

‎FIRST EDITION. Small 12mo, 128 x 69 mms., pp. [xxiv], 71 [72 blank], contemporary calf, panelled in gilt, spine gilt in compartments; joints repaired. A very good to fine copy. With several ownership inscriptions on the front end-papers: "Mary Bowsher/ Jany ye. 29th/ 1789 the gift of miss [?Flagraal]. Emison Bowsher/ the gift of his aunt/ Oct. 1838" on the recto of the front free end-paper, and "Mary Powell/ the gift of her/ Mother/ March 14 1869" on the front paste-down end-paper; and "Mary Bowsher" on the recto of the rear free end-paper, with various scribblings in pencil on the rear end-papers. The "Lay-Gentleman" signs himself "Adeisid�mon," which was the title of a book published in 1709, Adeisid�mon, sive Titus Livius a superstitione vindicatus ... Autore J. Tolando. Annex� sunt ejusdem Origines Judaic�. It is just possible that Toland is the "Lay-Gentleman" and re-used "Adeisdaemon" twelve years later. Given Toland's literary and religious propensities, he could even have authored the work himself and then have written the preface; or that he knew this work and borrowed the pseudonym` of the author of the preface. In any case, the "Lay-Gentleman" has an agenda that Toland probably would have had some sympathy for, stating that the author "has shewn Religion to be plain, short, and intelligible.... And that the knowledge of it depends not upon the helps of Spurious Learning, he has with a deal of genuine Learning. What ought to recommend him most, is, that although he be a Divine, yet he pretends not to make any thing pass upon you by vertue of the bare Authority of his Profession...." ESTC R212982 locates copies at BL (2), Bodleian, Cambridge, Lambeth Palace; and Minnesota. The work was reprinted in 1704, 1748 (Foulis Press), 1748 (London: Owen), 1751, and 1753. All copies except the 1748 Owen imprint, which adds other material, are uncommon. For Adeisid�mon, see Robert Sullivan: John Toland and the Deist Controversy (1982) - First Edition London: Printed for Tho: Warren for Richard Baldwin..., 1697.‎

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‎DIXELIUS, HILDUR‎

‎Die Überwältigten. Vier nordische Novellen.‎

‎Berlin-Steglitz, Eckart-Verlag 1933. Pappband, 8°, 44 S., Der Eckart Kreis - Band 5.‎

‎Einband leichte Gebrauchsspuren. (Bilder imJPEG- oder PDF-Format auf Anfrage)‎

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‎Doane, Heike‎

‎Nachlese. Interpretationen zu Martin Walsers Prosawerk.‎

‎Würzburg : Königshausen & Neumann, 2016. 231 S. Originalbroschur.‎

‎Der Ironiebegriff: Jenseits der Liebe: Seelenarbeit; Das Schwanenhaus -- Innen- und Außenwelt: Ein fliehendes Pferd -- Versuche der Selbstverwirklichung: Seelenarbeit -- Die Anwesenheit der Macht: Brief an Lord Liszt -- Tödliche Verlockung: Brandung -- Geteiltes Land - halbierte Menschen: Dorle und Wolf -- Ein Beitrag zu zeitgenössischen Gattungsfragen: Ein fliehendes Pferd und Dorle und Wolf -- Im Clinch mit Verlusten: Die Verteidigung der Kindheit -- Zitat, Redensart und literarische Anspielung: Die gesprochene Sprache in Die Verteidigung der Kindheit -- Ein gutes Gewissen ist keins: Ein springender Brunnen -- Der Schatten des Komischen: Ohne einander und Ein springender Brunnen -- Die Symbiose von Erzähler und Figur: Der Lebenslauf der Liebe -- Der Glücklichste und die Unglücklichen: Tod eines Kritikers Die Verteidigung der Liebe: Das dreizehnte Kapitel. ISBN 9783826058547‎

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‎Dobbs, Kildare et al (eds.)‎

‎The Tamarack Review, Issue One, #1, Autumn 1956‎

‎paper bound, 96pp. The first first issue of this important periodical in Canadian fiction. Contributions by Ethel Wilson; Hilda Neatby; Brian Moore; Alan Brown; Vincent Tovell; Timorthy Findley; George Woodcock; Jay Macpherson; and Margaret Avison. Very good. 142 grams. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.‎

‎DOBBS, KILDARE ET AL (EDS.)‎

‎The Tamarack Review, Issue One, #1, Autumn 1956‎

‎Toronto: Macmillan, 1956. paper bound, 96pp. The first first issue of this important periodical in Canadian fiction. Contributions by Ethel Wilson; Hilda Neatby; Brian Moore; Alan Brown; Vincent Tovell; Timorthy Findley; George Woodcock; Jay Macpherson; and Margaret Avison. Very good. 142 grams.‎

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‎DOBRACZYNSKI, JAN‎

‎Briefe des Nikodemus‎

‎Berlin, Union Verlag 1957. Ganzleinen mit Goldprägung, 8°, 532 S., mit einer Kartenskizze, aus dem Polnischen übersetzt von Eustachy Swiezawski‎

‎Guter Zustand‎

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‎DOBREE , BONAMY:‎

‎Modern Prose Style‎

‎Clarendon Press 1956 VG/Good price clipped edgewear 252pp 7.5 x 5 315g ¶ The author offers a discussion of the characteristics of good modern prose, supported by illustrative quotation from 75 English and American contemporary writers‎

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‎DOBREE, BONAMY (EDITOR); PROBYN, CLIVE T. (INTRODUCTION)‎

‎Alexander Pope - Collected Poems‎

‎London, Melbourne and Toronto, Everyman's Library. 1983. (ISBN: 0460117602) Soft cover. Book, Some scuffs and edge wear. 408 pages. Very Good -/No Jacket.‎

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‎DOBSON (Susanna):‎

‎The Life of Petrarch. Collected from Memoires pour la Vie de Petrarch.‎

‎2 volumes. 8vo, pp. 544 [545 - 555 Index, 556 blank]; [II], 556 [557 - 567 Index, 568 blank, engraved frontispiece in volume 1, attractively rebound in quarter calf, marbled boards, vellum corners, morocco labels; top of title-page volume one slightly defective, ex-library, with several library stamps, including one on title-page of volume 1. Susanna Dobson (d. 1795) was the wife of Matthew Dobson, author of several medical treatises. Mrs. Dobson's first book was her Life of Petrarch, first published in 1775, which derived in part from de Sade's M�moires pour la vie de Petrarch. The work proved to be very popular and had reached a sixth edition by 1805. Dr. Johnson noted it more-or-less favourably, saying that it "epitomized a very bulky French Life of Petrarch." Mrs. Dobson published other works and translations but could not make inroads into literary circles: Mr. Thrale said of her, in 1784, that she "is jealous of me with her Husband.... I care not.. if She & her Husband were tyed together, & thrown into the Sea." Fanny Burney had rather strong words, describing her as "coarse, low-bred, forward, self-sufficient, and flauting"; Burney's assessment was only slightly attenuated by her further observation that Mrs. Dobson had "a strong and masculine understanding, and parts that, had they been united with modesty, or fostered by education, might have made her a shining and agreeable woman." - London: Printed for James Buckland..., 1775.‎

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‎DOBSON (Susanna):‎

‎The Life of Petrarch. Collected from Memoires pour la Vie de Petrarch. The Second Edition.‎

‎FIRST EDITION. 2 volumes. 8vo, pp. xxxii, 544; [ii], 560, engraved frontispiece in volume 1, additional errata slip pasted to bottom of errata on p. xxxii in volume 1, contemporary calf, olive green morocco labels; no blank leaves before half-title in volume 1, or before title-page in volume 2, several leaves sprung in volume 1, spines a little dried, tops of spines chipped, lacks numbering label on volume 1. Susanna Dobson (d. 1795) was the wife of Matthew Dobson, author of several medical treatises. Mrs. Dobson's first book was her Life of Petrarch, first published in 1775, which derived in part from de Sade's M�moires pour la vie de Petrarch. The work proved to be very popular and had reached a sixth edition by 1805. Dr. Johnson noted it more-or-less favourably, saying that it "epitomized a very bulky French Life of Petrarch." Mrs. Dobson published other works and translations but could not make inroads into literary circles: Mr. Thrale said of her, in 1784, that she "is jealous of me with her Husband.... I care not.. if She & her Husband were tyed together, & thrown into the Sea." Fanny Burney had rather strong words, describing her as "coarse, low-bred, forward, self-sufficient, and flauting"; Burney's assessment was only slightly attenuated by her further observation that Mrs. Dobson had "a strong and masculine understanding, and parts that, had they been united with modesty, or fostered by education, might have made her a shining and agreeable woman." - First Edition London: Printed for the Author; and sold by J. Dodsley..., 1776.‎

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‎DOBSON (SUSANNA):‎

‎The Life of Petrarch. Collected from Memoires pour la Vie de Petrarch. The Second Edition.‎

‎London: Printed for the Author; and sold by J. Dodsley..., 1776. FIRST EDITION. 2 volumes. 8vo, pp. xxxii, 544; [ii], 560, engraved frontispiece in volume 1, additional errata slip pasted to bottom of errata on p. xxxii in volume 1, contemporary calf, olive green morocco labels; no blank leaves before half-title in volume 1, or before title-page in volume 2, several leaves sprung in volume 1, spines a little dried, tops of spines chipped, lacks numbering label on volume 1. Susanna Dobson (d. 1795) was the wife of Matthew Dobson, author of several medical treatises. Mrs. Dobson's first book was her Life of Petrarch, first published in 1775, which derived in part from de Sade's Mémoires pour la vie de Petrarch. The work proved to be very popular and had reached a sixth edition by 1805. Dr. Johnson noted it more-or-less favourably, saying that it "epitomized a very bulky French Life of Petrarch." Mrs. Dobson published other works and translations but could not make inroads into literary circles: Mr. Thrale said of her, in 1784, that she "is jealous of me with her Husband.... I care not.. if She & her Husband were tyed together, & thrown into the Sea." Fanny Burney had rather strong words, describing her as "coarse, low-bred, forward, self-sufficient, and flauting"; Burney's assessment was only slightly attenuated by her further observation that Mrs. Dobson had "a strong and masculine understanding, and parts that, had they been united with modesty, or fostered by education, might have made her a shining and agreeable woman."‎

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‎DOBSON (SUSANNA):‎

‎The Life of Petrarch. Collected from Memoires pour la Vie de Petrarch.‎

‎London: Printed for James Buckland..., 1775. 2 volumes. 8vo, pp. 544 [545 - 555 Index, 556 blank]; [II], 556 [557 - 567 Index, 568 blank, engraved frontispiece in volume 1, attractively rebound in quarter calf, marbled boards, vellum corners, morocco labels; top of title-page volume one slightly defective, ex-library, with several library stamps, including one on title-page of volume 1. Susanna Dobson (d. 1795) was the wife of Matthew Dobson, author of several medical treatises. Mrs. Dobson's first book was her Life of Petrarch, first published in 1775, which derived in part from de Sade's Mémoires pour la vie de Petrarch. The work proved to be very popular and had reached a sixth edition by 1805. Dr. Johnson noted it more-or-less favourably, saying that it "epitomized a very bulky French Life of Petrarch." Mrs. Dobson published other works and translations but could not make inroads into literary circles: Mr. Thrale said of her, in 1784, that she "is jealous of me with her Husband.... I care not.. if She & her Husband were tyed together, & thrown into the Sea." Fanny Burney had rather strong words, describing her as "coarse, low-bred, forward, self-sufficient, and flauting"; Burney's assessment was only slightly attenuated by her further observation that Mrs. Dobson had "a strong and masculine understanding, and parts that, had they been united with modesty, or fostered by education, might have made her a shining and agreeable woman."‎

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‎DOBSON, AUSTIN‎

‎Collected Poems - Volume I (Vol. 1)‎

‎New York, Dodd, Mead and Company. 1895. Hardcover. Book, Normal wear, including spine fading; a decent readable copy. Very Good -.‎

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‎DOBSON, ROSEMARY; EDITOR‎

‎Australian Voices. Poetry and Prose of the 1970's.‎

‎First Edition; 8vo; pp. (x) 183, endpapers; original yellow cloth, title lettered in black on spine, dustjacket, minor crease to preface page, otherwise a very good copy. Canberra, Canberra Fellowship of Australian Writers, 1975. Signed by the editor‎

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‎DOBSON, ROSEMARY; EDITOR.‎

‎Australian Voices. Poetry and Prose of the 1970's.‎

‎First Edition; 8vo; pp. (x) 183; original cloth, rubbed dustjacket; otherwise a fine copy. Canberra, Canberra Fellowship of Australian Writers in association with Australian National University Press, 1975.‎

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‎DODD, LEE WILSON‎

‎The Middle Miles and Other Poems‎

‎New Haven, Yale University Press. 1915. Hardcover. Book, A rare volume. Normal aging, including worn edges and exposed corners; lacks spine strip, exposing some signatures at upper and lower ends; other normal scuffs and soils. 105 pages. Good/No Jacket.‎

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‎DODD, WAYNE (EDITOR); SANER, REG; MILLER, JANE; STEWART, FRANK; PULASKI, JACK; ALVARO RÍOS; REVELL, DONALD; OTHERS‎

‎The Ohio Review, Number 45 (1990)‎

‎Athens, Ohio, Ohio University, 1990. Softcover. Square, sound binding. Clean and bright pages. Writing on inside, front of wraps. Wraps have light edge wear. ; Contents: Saner, "The Ypsilon Answer"; Miller, "Sea Level"; Stewart, "Poetry and Wildness: Some Notes on the Hunt"; Pulaski, "Courting Laura Providencia, and the Cost of Living"; Alvaro Ríos, "All-weddings." Poetry by William S. Merwin, Galway Kinnell, Allen Strous, Katherine Soniat, Gisela Wilson, Jeffrey Skinner, Thomas Rabbitt, James Applewhite, James Ragan. Essay Review by Revell, "The Memory and Future of Ourselves: Levertov, Plumly, Upton, and Boruch." Notes on contributors; index. ; 9.0" tall; 120 pages. Good .‎

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‎DODDRIDGE (Philip):‎

‎The Rise and Progress of Religion in the Soul: Illustrated in a Course of Serious and Practical Addresses...The Fifteenth Edition.‎

‎12mo, pp. xv [xvi - xx Contents], 336 [337 adverts, 338 blank], contemporary sheepskin (rubbed). - London: Printed and sold by J. Barfield..., 1807.‎

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‎DODDRIDGE (PHILIP):‎

‎The Rise and Progress of Religion in the Soul: Illustrated in a Course of Serious and Practical Addresses...The Fifteenth Edition.‎

‎London: Printed and sold by J. Barfield..., 1807. 12mo, pp. xv [xvi - xx Contents], 336 [337 adverts, 338 blank], contemporary sheepskin (rubbed).‎

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‎DODT, BEATUS [1818-1901]‎

‎Ægte og Uægte : Livsbillede‎

‎Kjøbenhavn, Steen & Søn, 1870. orig. wrappers. 19x12cm, 517 pp. Partially unopened.. Rubbed. Some chips & tears to spine. Foxed. Good. ¶ Prose fiction.‎

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