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‎Alarm der Leiber. 1., 2. und 3. Teil.‎

‎Ohne weitere Angaben, [Deutschland, um 1960]. 3 Hefte. 8°. Jedes Heft à 30 S., jeweils mit 6 - 8 pornographischen Zeichnungen. Geklammerte Broschur mit Deckeltitel.‎

‎Die 3 Hefte sind illustriert mit so dilettantischen wie eindeutigen Zeichnungen. Ein wunderbar schräges Zeitdokument aus der Abteilung "Schmuddelheftchen für unter dem Ladentisch" . Umschläge etwas gedunkelt und berieben, insgesamt gut erhalten.‎

Bookseller reference : 3753B

‎Das Modell der Malerin.‎

‎Ohne weitere Angaben [um 1930]. 8°. 23 einseitig getippte Matrizenabzüge. Masochistisch-flagellantischer Roman.‎

‎In einem privaten geklammerten Umschlag. Der 20jährige Gerd steht der malenden Baronin Modell und auch sonst seinen Mann. Dabei wird noch ein Dienstmädchen beglückt, die Dame schwingt dazu das Peitschchen und am Schluß sind alle zufrieden. Einband etwas fleckig, Seiten gedunkelt, kleine Randläsuren. Selten. Polunbi 2, 102 ("unbraubar zu machen").‎

Bookseller reference : 5059A

Livre Rare Book

Antiquariat Ars Amandi
Berlin Germany Alemania Alemanha Allemagne
[Books from Antiquariat Ars Amandi]

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‎Das Modell der Malerin. Masochistisch-flagellantischer Roman.‎

‎Ohne weitere Angaben [um 1930]. 8°. 23 einseitig getippte Matrizenabzüge. In einem privaten geklammerten Umschlag.‎

‎Der 20jährige Gerd steht der malenden Baronin Modell und auch sonst seinen Mann. Dabei wird noch ein Dienstmädchen beglückt, die Dame schwingt dazu das Peitschchen und am Schluß sind alle zufrieden. Einband etwas fleckig, Seiten gedunkelt, kleine Randläsuren. Selten. Polunbi 2, 102 ("unbraubar zu machen").‎

Bookseller reference : 5059A

‎Im weissen Rössl am Wolfgangsee. Erlebnisse eines Journalisten von ooo.‎

‎Wien, Privatdruck, Bibliophile Studiengesellschaft, 1955. 8°. 363 S. Vermutl. Orig.-Leinen.‎

‎Dieses schreibmaschinenschriftliche Typoskript wurde in Matrizenform vervielfältigt, weshalb es innen stellenweise etwas fingerfleckig ist (Matrizenabzüge färben anfangs ab). Sonst sehr gutes Exemplar dieses berühmten, ausgesprochen deftig erotischen Romans.‎

Bookseller reference : 2784A

‎Sommererlebnisse eines Journalisten im Salzkammergut nacherzählt von Ernst Oskar Friedrich. (Privatschrift).‎

‎Ohne weitere Angaben, [um 1950]. 8°. 208 einseitig getippe Seiten (wohl der 1. Durchschlag, da in guter farbstarker Qualität). Schmuckloser Orig.-Leineneinband mit Klarsichtfolie bezogen.‎

‎Bei diesem Werk handelt es sich eigentlich um ein Typoskript des berühmten deftig-erotischen Romans "Im Weissen Rössel am Wolfgangsee". Buchblock verzogen. Titel etwas fingerfleckig. Auf 2 verschiedenen Papiersorten getippt. Also alles richtig autentisch.‎

Bookseller reference : 3092B

‎'LOU' W. SMITH‎

‎1923 Exceptional, Funny and Unique Typescript Diary of a Witty and Bitingly Clever Woman As She Travels from Brooklyn to Hawaii and Back, Observing the World Around Her in a Mature and Refreshingly Original Way‎

‎Across the U.S. A and to Hawaii and Back, 1923. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Manuscript, On offer is a fascinating, typescript diary of a young woman’s (named Lou W. Smith) trip across the United States, touring the West coast for a few days, and then departing on a steamship and heading for a Hawaiian vacation. The diary consists of 24 typed pages, beginning on Monday, July 16, 1923 “En route Baltimore & Ohio. Washington to Chicago.” and ending August 25th. A letter is also included that is very interesting and shines some light on the diary. It is written on a letterhead that says, “Treasury Department Washington. Office of Chief Clerk and Superintendent.” It dates September 11, 1923 and beings, “Dear Pal, Am enclosing a couple of snapshots which I think will interest you, also a copy of my diary which you said you wanted. Please don’t take offense at anything you may read therein. It sounds sort of grouchy to me, but I didn’t mean it to, at all. Well, I’m 29 years old today! Whew! Last milestone before the curve. I don’t like to get thirty very much. I always feel tender toward you on that day, however, and thankful that you brought me into the world and took such tender care of me all through my childhood and when I was sick and brought me up through it all, well and sound and educated “N” everything. It took a lot out of your own life and body and I do appreciate it.” It ends, “The messenger just came in with Emily Post’s book on Etiquette which I have wanted for some time-- From Francis Ryan. (It costs $4.) I shall now proceed to saturate myself with manners. Well- bye bye now, honey. Have you settled down yet? Lovingly, Lou.” The author is a lovely, exciting and very funny writer. There are moments of great hilarity and levity throughout the pages. She writes with a keen sense of observation and comedic wit. The diary begins, “July 16, 1923. Left at 7:25 P.M. after a very hot day. Francis Ryan and Violet seeing us off. We have the nicest brand new car (railroad car) named the ‘Mountain Queen’, done in blue plush and Circassian walnut. It is quite comfortably cool, to my surprise, and there seems no reason why we shouldn’t last through the night so far as the weather is concerned.” They arrive in Chicago (“Had a horrible dinner at the ‘Northwestern Cafe’), then go onto Salt Lake City. They move on to Yellowstone National Park: “The Camps are great. We have one all to ourselves, with wooden floor and sides, and a canvas top. There is a large dining lodge decorated artistically with pine boughs and cones. Even the electric bulbs have shades of the small branches and cones. After dinner we went to the bear haunts where the food refuse is placed for them. Two large black ones rewarded for our efforts...The busboys and waitresses are college undergrads and awfully cute. The boys are called ‘packrats’ because they lug the baggage, the dishwashers are ‘pearl divers’ and the bed makers ‘bedbugs’ and the waitresses ‘heavers.’” She goes on to talk about all the songs they sing at dinner and even quotes some. There is even some war talk at dinner (“He and mother couldn’t seem to quite agree as to who started the war, and he had the firm conviction that it was the inevitable course for one nation that is expanding to take by force from a neighboring nation that is not populating so rapidly, land for the extension of the empire.”) Then on to their next camp called “Lake Camp” and the next morning on to Mammoth Lake. As always, the author is a talented, funny writer: “Our lodge was right on the brink of a precipice overlooking the Upper Falls, twice as high as Niagara and we could hear the roar of the water as it came thundering down, all night long. (I record this truthfully and without exaggeration as my dinner disagreed with my digestive apparatus and I spent the night trying to arbitrate the dispute..the dinner lost the argument and I lost the dinner, toward morning, after a hectic struggle.) Next day we drove to Mammoth Camp, a most wondrous drive through mountain ranges. Mother and I, being tenderfeet, had some qualms about there being no railing on the highway, as the road was slippery from the recent rain and a skid of three feet would have catapulted us into eternity in a most precipitous fashion”; The author comments on the people she meets while traveling, with her usual sardonic wit: “Whoever said, ‘See America First’ didn’t count on the superlative satisfaction in travelling out here when some blatant braggart in a condescending blah blah tells you patronizingly how much this looks like Italy and you can quietly answer, ‘Yes, doesn’t it bring one back to Amalfi and the Bay of Salerno?’ It is killing to see the crestfallen expression and hear the weak ‘Oh, have you been to Italy?’ Oh, boy, but it’s a grand and glorious feeling! A Miss Pomposity from Buffalo thought she had quite overwhelmed me with the announcement that she got the little matrix ring she was wearing in Florence and it was such fun to say, ‘Did you get it at Copini’s? I have a little lapis ring I picked up there last summer.’ The poor dear’s day was ruined.” The author and her mother go back to Salt Lake where they board the Denver and Rio Grande train. She falls in love with the desert: “The sunset on the desert was enchanting. There were clouds which looked like huge snowdrifts, shot through with a rose and blue streak and on the other side would be the softest delft blue, mottled clouds, some of them with gold-lined fissures. One long white cloud resting on a mountain peak looked like a gigantic sea-serpent made of cotton-tufts. While the sun was setting on the right just ahead, the full silver moon appeared on the left over the observation platform and I felt distinctly Omar Khayyamish, and could readily imagine the wilderness to be ‘paradise snow’ under certain conditions, and I could even eliminate the book, the loaf of bread and the fermented grape juice.” The go onto to San Francisco, but cannot stay long as they have to dash across the city in a taxi and catch “The Lark” which takes them to Los Angeles to board the ocean liner Calawaii. In Los Angeles, they go “for an automobile ride around the city. In the residential section we saw the homes of Jack Dempsey, Fatty Arbuckle, and Mary Pickford (before she married Doug.)” they then board the ocean liner: “We left in the morning for Wilmington and sailed at noon. The ship’s orchestra (3 piece, saxophone, banjo, drum and traps) was playing and the passengers on board threw colored paper serpentines to those on the dock which served to bind the parting friends until the strain severed them..Mr. Dunbar, Major Clear’s friend of Los Angeles Steamship Company came to our stateroom before the boat sailed and introduced us to the Captain and the Purser.” On the boat, the author describes a number of people getting sea sick, the deck games, bridge party and a vaudeville performance, mind reading by a woman by the name of ‘Madame Nacknack’, songs sung by a burlesque actress who was on board, and more. “Friday morning our ship’s newspaper gave us news of President’s death. It was certainly shocking. It seems to give me such a detached feeling, though. The states seem so far away and the news seems like that of a far country. There was to be a costume ball in the evening, but no one dressed for it, out of respect to the President.” The president was Warren G. Harding, who died on August 2nd, 1923 of pneumonia. She soon reach Hawaii: “The Hawaiian band in white uniforms was playing “Aloha Oe” and it brought a lump to the throat. “Aloha” means welcome, greetings, love, or farewell. It is such a charming custom, too, to greet the loved one with garlands of flowers and place them about their necks. A sweet little Navy mother, Mrs. Lovelace, who happened to be attracted to me because of my voice, kindly offered their car for our use and we came to ‘Fernhurst.’ [the Fernhurst Inn] It is a gorgeous place, a huge, stately white mansion sitting back from the roadway, amid the most luxurious tropical growth of royal palms and countless varieties of ferns and flowers. There is a long sweep of porch across the front with large square columns above which is the long sleeping porch. A low stone wall surrounds the property..” A photograph of this is included in the diary. “August 5th, We like Fernhurst more all the time. The meals are delicious, served in a spacious, airy dining room by cute little Japanese girls in their kimonos and straw sandals. The china is dainty and the silver monogrammed. There are so MANY Japanese here! Everywhere there are little Japanese women sandalling along, some with babies strapped to their backs sometimes lying there fast asleep.” They take a ride around the island in a Pierce Arrow auto by way of Nuuanu Valley up to the Pali, 2000 ft. high. Then to a pineapple plantation. They see a Mormon settlement, and have lunch at the Haleiwa Hotel on the veranda. Then they take a short trip on a glass bottomed boat to see the submarine gardens, then drive through a sugar mill, and return back to Fernhurst. The next day, they attend a luau and the author devotes quite a bit of writing describing that. “Thursday was largely spent shopping for souvenirs. Our tour of the shops took us through Japanese and Chinese quarters. The slogan of a current tobacco advertisement is similarly appropriate; ‘Your nose knows.’ Most of the Japanese women dress in native costume and many of the Chinese women wear the Chinese pantaloons and square jackets with little stand-up collars. Their hair is always a sleek, shiny black, coiffure with meticulous care. The Hawaiian women are universally fat.” The next day, they go to a memorial for President Harding, The passage about the service is about 1 ¼ pages long and is exceptionally well written. On August 11th they board the ship and head back home and while the boat is pulling away she writes: “As the boat pulled slowly out from the pier, they played, “Aloha Oe” and I really couldn’t keep back the tears. I had plenty of company, though, so I didn’t feel quite so foolish. Their greetings and farewells are most touching and it takes a strong heart to keep from being affected. Aloha, Oahu! Aloha nui oe!”; “Tuesday. Who recommends sea trips, anyway? This is the last one I want. I’m not seasick in the ordinary sense of the word, but I AM sick of the sea. I felt so well when I came aboard and ate a hearty lunch, but there my trouble began..” After this little bout of sea sickness, normal ocean liner activities resume. Her one page description of the masquerade party while on board is especially notable. Then it’s back to Los Angeles. They head back to Salt Lake City, then Colorado Springs, Cave of the Winds, Manitou, Cheyenne Mountain, quick stop in Lincoln before arriving in Chicago on August 24th. There are about 5 full typed pages about their trip back home on board the train.” All this is should show you that this woman is an absolutely marvelous writer. There is much more than what I’ve quoted here. The diary pages are all typed and on tissue type paper that measures about 8” x 11”. The cover that once housed the pages is in rather rough shape. It does however state her name and address as “Mrs. L. W. Smith. 5 Hunterfly Place. Brooklyn, NY.” All the diary pages look good and their only imperfections are a few small tears on some page edges. Not all the pages are attached to the binding. The letter to the Treasury Department is in very good condition, with small discoloration on the edges. Good.‎

Bookseller reference : 0009068

‎( TAPUSCRIT) - GSELL Paul (1870 - 1947, écrivain, critique d'art, scénariste.‎

‎Diogène-le-Chien, pièce en 3 actes - Le Mistère (!) de Sainte Jeanne d'Arc, huit vitraux - L'Unique amour : Scènes de Fersen , Scènes de Marie-Antoinette.‎

‎Ensemble de 3 tapuscrits ou copies de tapuscrits de Paul Gsell, en 5 dossiers. Diogène le Chien. Pièce en Trois actes. Tapusctit in-4° sous chemise ocre ou beige formant couverture, titre manuscrit au 1er plat par l'auteur, broché par ruban. 2 exemplaires, un de 144pp. , l'autre non paginé. Les 2 avec nombreuses ratures et corrections autographes de l'auteur. Cette comédie a été radiodiffusée en 1937, avec une musique de Henri-Emile Sauveplane (cf. BNF). Déchirures aux couvertures, on a joint des pages volantes d'un 3ème exemplaire incomplet. /‎

‎Le Mistère(!) de Sainte Jeanne d'Arc. Huit vitraux. Tapuscrit in-4° de plus de 100 feuillets ( pagination séparée à chaque vitrail), sous chemise verte, titre manuscrit au 1er plat. Sans date (vers 1924 ?). Table manuscrite par l'auteur " Groupement des tableaux" avec le titre de chaque tableau. Seule une partie semble avoir été publiée: "Le Mystère de Sainte Jeanne d'Arc (une scène)" , dans la Revue Mondiale n° du 15 juillet 1924 et occupe les pp. 153-160. ( Cf. BNF)./ L'Unique Amour. Scènes de Fersen, Scènes de Marie-Antoinette. 2 copies de tapuscritsi n-4°, sous couverture orange, titre manuscrit au 1er plat. Sans date (vers 1939). 148 ff. ch. et 163ff. ch. (écrits au recto). Sans édoute écrits pour le “Cent cinquantenaire de la Révolution française, 1789-1939 Scénario pour une fête de plein air par Paul Gsell“. Mise en scène de Pierre Aldebert... ( cf BNF). On a joint une lettre autographe signée de l'auteur au sculpteur Noel Feuerstein (1 page in-4°, avec ratures et corrections, datée de Paris, le 27 janvier 1937) sur Diogène et sa signification politique. ( Reu-CO2)‎

Bookseller reference : 9761

Livre Rare Book

Livres Anciens N. Rousseau
Reuilly France Francia França France
[Books from Livres Anciens N. Rousseau]

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‎(BOOTH, PHILIP; CONNELL, MARC; EBERHART, RICHARD; HOWES, BARBARA; IGNATOW, DAVID; JACOBSEN, JOSEPHINE; STAFFORD, WILLIAM),‎

‎Poets and Poetry.‎

‎(n.p.): (n.p.), [c.1969-1971]. First Edition. A small collection (10 items; 7 authors) of signed fair copy poetry and typed and autograph notes signed, solicited by a collector in the early 1970s, as follows: Philip Booth, a fair copy of "Was a Man" with an autograph note signed at the bottom of the page; Marc Connell, a typed note signed transmitting two autographs (not present); Richard Eberhart, a typed note signed soliciting information and assurances from the recipient before agreeing to sign a poem; Barbara Howes, signed fair copies of "Troy Weight Taken" and "A Night Picture of Pownal" and a signed Christmas greeting entitled "Talking to Animals;" David Ignatow, a signed fair copy of "Get the Gasworks," which Ignatow has re-titled by hand "Simultaneously;" Josephine Jacobsen, a signed fair copy of "Country Bath;" William Stafford, an autograph note signed agreeing to be part of the collection; and, lastly, a note from Thornton Wilder's sister Isabel explaining that Thornton is not well enough to participate. Most of the items are folded for mailing; else fine.‎

Bookseller reference : 018709

‎(KAEL, PAULINE). MARCUS, ALAN,‎

‎Genesis West, Vol. 3, Nos. 1 & 2.‎

‎(Burlingame): (Chrysalis West), 1965. Contains "Miracles, a Cinematic Romance" by Marcus. Laid in is a typed letter signed by Marcus to Pauline Kael inviting her to Acapulco and soliciting literary favor, by asking her help in getting an excerpt from his work-in-progress published. Marcus' first novel was Straw to Make Brick and his second, Of Streets and Stars, was a Hollywood novel, as was the work excerpted here -- presumably why he was writing Kael and soliciting her help; they had a mutual friend in Ernest Callenbach (author of Ecotopia, among others). The letter is edge-sunned and edge-chipped and folded; very good. The magazine is the second issue, which tips in the final pages, completing Marcus' piece, which he has hand-corrected. Near fine.‎

Bookseller reference : 023500

‎(O'BRIEN, TIM). O'NAN, STEWART,‎

‎Screenplay of Going After Cacciato [Signed].‎

‎, 1996. Typescripts of O'Nan's screenplay based on Tim O'Brien's National Book Award-winning Vietnam novel. Two clean copies, each signed by O'Nan on the title page. 126 pages each, and in a Kinko's box that is hand-labeled "Going After Cacciato/ 27 August 96/ Original - Top/ Copy - Bottom." The screenplays are fine; the box has two broken corners. This same year, O'Brien provided a jacket blurb for O'Nan's highly regarded Vietnam novel The Names of the Dead. Several years back it was rumored that Cacciato would be filmed, with Nick Cassevetes as director, and with a different screenwriter. For now, we have only O'Nan's vision.‎

Bookseller reference : 029952

‎(ONDAATJE, MICHAEL),‎

‎Poets Between the Wars.‎

‎(Toronto): McClelland and Stewart, (1967). First Edition. Ondaatje's copy of this paperback anthology. Signed: "Michael and Kim Ondaatje/ London, August '67." Laid in is a manuscript fragment in Ondaatje's hand (likely used as a bookmark), which reads: "cf. [compare] [Robert] Frost and [Archibald] Lampman as Nature Poets -- show (in [words torn here] etc, Woodcutter's Hut [a Lampman poem]." The anthology is spine-sunned; near fine in wrappers. The fragment is edge-sunned and unevenly torn, about four square inches. An early (legible) Ondaatje signature, from the same year The Dainty Monsters, his first book, was published.‎

Bookseller reference : 027699

‎(WYETH, ANDREW),‎

‎The Helga Files [The Record of the Unveiling].‎

‎, 1985-1987. The publisher's files (Art & Antiques magazine) for the breaking story of "The Helga Pictures," Wyeth's previously secret cache of 245 paintings and drawings, many nude, of his neighbor in Chadds Ford, PA. Included are: * the transcript of the 1985 interview with Wyeth by editor Jeffrey Schaire in which Wyeth first divulged the existence of the unknown work. 24 pages. This interview was for a story on Wyeth that Arts & Antiques ran the year before the Helga story graced their cover. * a second copy of the 1985 transcript, marked and annotated in preparation for extracting the story from the conversation. * a partial handwritten transcription of the 1985 interview, with notes on images to be used, 7 pages. * a photocopy of the press release for the 1985 article, with edits shown. * a printout of the typescript of that first article, "The Unknown Andrew Wyeth." * a printout of the typescript of the 1986 Helga article, entitled "Andrew Wyeth's Secret Paintings." * storyboard-type layout of the text and images to be used in the 1986 article. * two mockups for the layout of the 1986 article, the first draft using the title of the 1985 article and unrelated text, but with the Helga pictures; the second adding the actual title and text. * 11 proof prints and 3 photo positives of Helga images, most stamped as property of Time magazine; with a black and white proof of their cover story, which reported (as did Newsweek) on the revelation of the Helga pictures a week after Arts & Antiques broke the story. * the typesetting of what seems to be the publisher's (Wick Allison's) introduction to the Helga piece in the 1986 issue, lightly copyedited. * five pieces of correspondence, 1985-1988, from the photographer on the story, Peter Ralston, to the author, Jeff Schaire. * two snapshots of Andrew Wyeth with Jeffrey Schaire, taken by Susan Gray at the 1987 showing of "The Helga Pictures" at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. along with Schaire's invitation to the preview. * three letters from Mary Adam Landa, curator of the Wyeth Collection in Chadds Ford. * the radio transcript of Helen Hayes's piece on Wyeth (for her syndicated program "The Best Years") from 1985, in which she reported on the first Arts & Antiques article, without mentioning the foreshadowed cache of secret paintings. * two file folders full of the fall-out from the Helga story: fan mail and kudos (and some snarky commentary) from other publications, galleries and individuals; press clippings; arrangements for publicity appearances and a proposal for a video; numerous clippings of cartoons and parodies. ¶ Wyeth had always been controversial: dismissed by critics and beloved by the public. The Helga story revealed the depth of this chasm, as the 1985 report of an unknown body of work by a major American painter was shrugged off by the art establishment, only to sweep the headlines of popular culture a year later, as Helga became ensconced in the public imagination. Later, the art historian John Wilmerding wrote, "Such close attention by a painter to one model over so long a period of time is a remarkable, if not singular, circumstance in the history of American art." The story of the Helga pictures was one of the most compelling and widely reported tales of an American artist since Jackson Pollock made headlines in the 1940s and '50s. This is the unique, original file that broke the story that eventually made the covers of Time and Newsweek magazines. But for some isolated dampstaining, the archive is near fine or better.‎

Bookseller reference : 030152

‎[ALGERIE] [MOULOUYA] [DEBDOU] [TAPUSCRIT] - POUPART (Lieutenant)‎

‎Extraits de mon journal de Marche pendant les Opérations d'Avril-Juin 1911 sur la Moulouya et à Debdou‎

‎Sans lieu, ni date, années 1910. 1 tapuscrit dactylographié de 51 pages, avec corrections et notes de l'auteur, sous reliure moderne plein cuir, enrichi d'unr grande carte manuscrite signée par l'auteur, des Opérations de la Colonnee sur la Moulouya-Debdou, datée d'avril-juin 1911. Relié à la suite, un album de 100 photographies originales (10*6 cm) sur 25 pages, illustrant la campagne militaire. Toutes photos légendées.‎

‎Document tout à fait unique du Lieutenant de Zouaves Poupart sur sa campagne d'Algérie en 1911.‎

Bookseller reference : 6086

Livre Rare Book

Librairie Ancienne Indosiam
Hong Kong China China China Chine
[Books from Librairie Ancienne Indosiam]

€450.00 Buy

‎[Louys]. Louis, Pierre [sic]‎

‎Aus den Liedern der Bilitis.‎

‎o.J. 8°. 30 nn. Blätter. Mit einer Kordel gebunden in Deckeln aus Rohseide.‎

‎Laut handschriftl. Bleistiftnotiz auf dem Titelblatt "Eine kleine Auswahl aus den Französischen übersetzt und für ihre liebe Hanna Vetter aufgeschrieben von Margaret Lestenz. August 1937." Der Text in Schreibmaschine, die Überschriften handschrtiftlich in Rot. Die angeblich von Louys aus dem Griechischen übersetzten Lieder sind eindeutig eine eigene freie Schöpfung des berühmten Autors, der mit viel Stilsicherheit und einer wunderbaren klaren Sprache die antike Sinnenlust besingt. Bütten unbeschnitten. Einband etwas berieben. Minimalfingerfleckig.‎

Bookseller reference : 8857A

‎[Munch, Berthold.]‎

‎Im weißen Rößl am Wolfgangsee. Erlebnisse eines Journalisten.‎

‎Wien, Bibliophile Studiengesellschaft, 1955. 8°. 363 S. in Schreibmaschienenschrift. Schmuckloses rotes Leinen.‎

‎"Dieses Buch hat kein Theoretiker geschrieben. Hier spricht die Wirklichkeit in jedem Zucken lustgepeinigter Körper, in jedem erlösenden Seufzer satter Zufriedenheit. Ob im Bett, auf einer Waldlichtung, im Boot oder sogar auf verschwiegenen Orten; jeder Platz, ob romantisch oder profan, wird geweiht durch die ekstatische, brünstige Vereinigung lebenshungriger Partner. Wilde Gier, sanft berechnender Genuß oder raffinierte Perversitäten beherrschen die Szene." (Vorwort zu einer anderen Ausgabe.) Einband etwas berieben. An den Vorsätzen Buchblock gebrochen, dadurch gelockert. Papierbedingt gebräunt und etwas angestaubt.‎

Bookseller reference : 8986A

‎[TAPUSCRIT. - CINÉMA]‎

‎Rapport sur le tirage et développement des films sonores.‎

‎Procédés R.C.A. Movietone et Vitaphone. Rapport de Monsieur Conrard sur l'étude du film parlant & sonore en Amérique. S.l. [Joinville], s.d. [16 juillet 1929], in-4, en feuilles dans un classeur dossier de carton souple avec fermoir à glissière. 28 ff. anopisthographes dactylographiés sur papier pelure, 14 figures dont 13 contrecollées et une hors texte. Très intéressant et probablement un des premiers compte-rendus en français sur les procédés de sonorisation synchronisée Vitaphone et Movietone. Le premier fut adopté de 1926 à 1930 par la Warner bros pour la production de longs métrages et de près de 2000 courts métrages. Commercialisé par les frères Warner qui risquèrent tous leurs avoirs dans ce coup de dés, l'exploitation de ce procédé fit de leur société l'une des plus puissantes maisons de production américaines. - Le second forme le premier dispositif d'enregistrement photographique du son sur pellicule.‎

Bookseller reference : 27325

Livre Rare Book

Librairie Chamonal
Paris France Francia França France
[Books from Librairie Chamonal]

€1,500.00 Buy

‎[Tapuscrit] Fechner, Marguerite‎

‎La Forteresse Fechner‎

‎slnd, ca 1980 2 volumes in-4, demi-maroquin cerise à coins, dos à nerfs orné, tête dorée, 446 ff. ch. (recto) multigraphié. Bel exemplaire, le premier volume sous étui bordé.‎

‎La saga familliale des Fechner : le producteur Christian Fechner (1944-2008) et son frère, comédien , musicien et producteur Jean-Guy Fechner. Première partie seule (Les fondations ; le récit se termine sous l’Occupation). Très bon état d’occasion‎

Bookseller reference : 62880

Livre Rare Book

Librairie de l'Avenue
Saint-Ouen France Francia França France
[Books from Librairie de l'Avenue]

€508.00 Buy

‎[Typoskript.]‎

‎Im weissen Rössl am Wolfgangsee.‎

‎Wien, Privatdruck, Bibliophile Studiengesellschaft, 1955. 8°. 363 S. Erlebnisse eines Journalisten von ooo.‎

‎Vermutl. Orig.-Leinen. Dieses schreibmaschinenschriftliche Typoskript wurde in Matrizenform vervielfältigt, weshalb es innen stellenweise etwas fingerfleckig ist (Matrizenabzüge färben anfangs ab). Sonst sehr gutes Exemplar dieses berühmten, ausgesprochen deftig erotischen Romans.‎

Bookseller reference : 2784A

Livre Rare Book

Antiquariat Ars Amandi
Berlin Germany Alemania Alemanha Allemagne
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‎[Typoskript]. Kirchbach, Alfred.‎

‎Edmees Ausbildung zur Demi-Vierge.‎

‎Ohne weitere Angaben, [vermutl. um 1930]. 8°-quadr. 186 beidseitig mit der Schreibmaschine getippte Seiten, Matrizenabzug.‎

‎Orig.-HLeinen mit goldgepr. RTitel. Die junge, gelehrige Edmée wird in diesem sehr erotischen Roman in die hohe Schule der Liebeskunst eingeführt. Bei einer Demi-Vierge geht es darum, dass sie alle Spiele der Liebeskunst und Erregung beherrscht, sich und die Männer zum äussersten Exzess bringt ohne dabei jedoch ihre Jungfräulichkeit zu verlieren. Einband etwas berieben. Bindung etwas gelockert, stellenweise leicht stockfleckig. Vgl. Polunbi 41 ("unbrauchbar zu machen").‎

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‎Abry (Augusta) :‎

‎Marguerite d'Autriche. Reconstitution historique des principaux épisodes de sa vie.‎

‎S.l., s.n., 1956 ; tapuscrit in-4, de (44) feuillets (43 + 11 bis) recto seul ; couverture beige clair imprimée en bleu.‎

‎Édition originale de cette pièce historique en sept tableaux qui, à notre connaissance, n'a jamais été montée ni publiée. Augusta Abry est l'auteur de "Notre patois et nous poètes patoisants" paru à Rumilly en Savoie en 1942 et qui concerne la Savoie. Bon exemplaire.‎

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‎ACHEBE, CHINUA,‎

‎Typed Letter Signed.‎

‎, 1982. November 15, 1982. Written to three Yale University English professors, accepting an invitation to a 1984 "Commonwealth of Letters" conference in which Achebe's work was slated to receive special attention. "But even without that peculiar attraction the project sounds so rich and so far away that I should have no hesitation in accepting to be there." Signed by the author. Typed on the stationery of Okike, an African journal of new writing that Achebe edited. Notation of one of the professors that the other two had been copied; folded in thirds for mailing with a couple small edge chips; near fine.‎

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‎album; original typescript; Russia; India; Bayley Sir Edward Clive 1821 1884; Bayley Lady Emily Anne Theophila nee Metcalfe 1‎

‎Typescript of a Biography of Sir Edward Clive Bayley Told Partly by Himself Partly by His Sisters and Partly by His Wife Lady Emily Anne Theophila Bayley. With Colored Views of Russia and Original Photographs of India‎

‎England Russia India 19th century. Hardcover. Very Good. Half morocco and green cloth gilt-stamped ornament and lettering "Memories / E.C.B. / E.A.T.B." in spine compartments; small 4to 200x245mm; two sections of typed textpp. 95 109 divided by illustrations see below mounted to heavy cardstock leaves. The first section is dictated by Edward Clive Bayley to his wife Lady Emily and deals with his childhood years in Russia then moves on to India. It is accompanied by seven 100x145mm and eight 63x88mm view of Russia. The second section is dictated by Lady Emily beginning her story when she is 17 and moves to India and also including her time spent in England. It is accompanied by 4 sepia photographs 150x205mm showing interior and exterior views of a sprawling Delhi home. <br/><br/>Sir Edward Clive Bayley was an antiquary and administrator in India employed at East India College Haileybury in Bengal civil service in Meerut in Gujarat and in Punjab. He arrived in India in 1842 where he met and married Emily Metcalf in 1850; they had 13 children to whom this volume is dedicated. The couple returned to England so that Edward could study law then returned to India on the outbreak of the uprising -- in September Edward was ordered to Allhabad to assist John Peter Grant in his provisional goverment of the Central Provinces. Thereafter Edward served in a judicial capacity in Benares Azamargh Allahabad and Agra. He was a respected antiquarian and the foremost authority on India numismatics. Lady Emily returned to England with her husband upon his retirement in 1878 where she worked on their memoirs a portion of them published as "The Golden Calm" in 1980 and SOLD WITH a copy cloth in dust jacket. hardcover‎

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‎album; original typescript; Russia; India; Bayley Sir Edward Clive 1821 1884; Bayley Lady Emily Anne Theophila nee Metcalfe 1‎

‎Typescript of a Biography of Sir Edward Clive Bayley Told Partly by Himself Partly by His Sisters and Partly by His Wife Lady Emily Anne Theophila Bayley. With Colored Views of Russia and Original Photographs of India‎

‎England Russia India 19th century. Hardcover. Very Good. Half morocco and green cloth gilt-stamped ornament and lettering "Memories / E.C.B. / E.A.T.B." in spine compartments; small 4to 200x245mm; two sections of typed textpp. 95 109 divided by illustrations see below mounted to heavy cardstock leaves. The first section is dictated by Edward Clive Bayley to his wife Lady Emily and deals with his childhood years in Russia then moves on to India. It is accompanied by seven 100x145mm and eight 63x88mm view of Russia. The second section is dictated by Lady Emily beginning her story when she is 17 and moves to India and also including her time spent in England. It is accompanied by 4 sepia photographs 150x205mm showing interior and exterior views of a sprawling Delhi home. <br/><br/>Sir Edward Clive Bayley was an antiquary and administrator in India employed at East India College Haileybury in Bengal civil service in Meerut in Gujarat and in Punjab. He arrived in India in 1842 where he met and married Emily Metcalf in 1850; they had 13 children to whom this volume is dedicated. The couple returned to England so that Edward could study law then returned to India on the outbreak of the uprising -- in September Edward was ordered to Allhabad to assist John Peter Grant in his provisional goverment of the Central Provinces. Thereafter Edward served in a judicial capacity in Benares Azamargh Allahabad and Agra. He was a respected antiquarian and the foremost authority on India numismatics. Lady Emily returned to England with her husband upon his retirement in 1878 where she worked on their memoirs a portion of them published as "The Golden Calm" in 1980 and SOLD WITH a copy cloth in dust jacket. hardcover books‎

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‎ALLISON, DOROTHY,‎

‎Two or Three Things I Know For Sure [Proof, with Photocopied Typescript].‎

‎(NY): Dutton, (1995). First Edition. The uncorrected proof copy of this narrative work based on a performance piece that Allison wrote and performed after the success of Bastard Out of Carolina, her first novel. Together with the photocopied typescript, which reproduces numerous changes and corrections, presumably authorial, including the excision of several long paragraphs, still visible. Edge tears to the cover sheet; otherwise fine. The proof copy is fine in wrappers. Allison's first novel was highly praised, and controversial. It was adapted for a television miniseries which won an Emmy award and was nominated for several others, but was for a time banned in Canada because of the controversial subject matter.‎

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‎ANDERSON, KENT,‎

‎Defense of Faculty Reviews.‎

‎, 1992. A 7-page dot-matrix print-out of a letter by Anderson defending himself against a series of complaints made against him as a faculty member at Boise State University. Together with an unsigned cover letter from 1993 expressing, among other things, a wish he could publish the letter and a tirade against "the new thing, the E-mail," and its allowing people to hide behind a curtain like the Wizard of Oz. Also together with four of Anderson's reviews as a faculty member, three of which have Anderson's holograph annotations (e.g. "don't know how she got this guy in her pocket"). And also together with, and paper-clipped to his faculty reviews, the Pablo Neruda poem "Guilty," on which Anderson has written: "I make my 'Creative Writing' students memorize this for their mid-term." Not signed on the preceding items, but with a 1993 letter of transmittal signed by Anderson, saying, among other things, that he expects he'll be in Boise a few more years "before [they] manage to get rid of me." Rust from paperclips; otherwise all items fine.‎

Bookseller reference : 031324

‎ANDREE, M.‎

‎Don't Mrs. Worthington: A Story of the Cane and Whip, Depicting Life Behind the Scenes of a Theatre‎

‎London, The Birchwood Press. 1958, First Edition. Paperback, 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Novel set in a theatre about the erotic adventures of a young actress. c.1950s Soho typescript bound in card. Some creasing to covers. Good.‎

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‎Der Bund der Wildsaulein und wie es zu Seiner Grundung Kam‎

‎Vienna, Np. First Edition. Typescript, 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Erotic typescript novel concerning the confessions from a society of debauched women. bound in plain brown wraps 38p. c.1930s. German text. Probably unique. Part of a collection with a curious provenance. The ms were seized by the Viennese police in the 1930s and sometime after the trial were donated to the Universitats Institut fur Kriminologie in Vienna. From there they passed to the Austrian National Library, through a local bookseller to us. Good.‎

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‎El Mokri: Hedes Werdegang: Die Geschichte Einer Jungen Dame‎

‎Vienna, Np. 1938, First Edition. Typescript, 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Erotic typescript novel about the story of a young woman's sexual adventures told in epic poem format. Bound in plain brown wraps 90 pages. c.1930s. German text. Probably unique. Part of a collection with a curious provenance. The ms were seized by the Viennese police in the 1930s and sometime after the trial were donated to the Universitats Institut fur Kriminologie in Vienna. From there they passed to the Austrian National Library, through a local bookseller to us. Good.‎

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‎Erotisches Briefwechsel‎

‎Vienna, Np. 1931, First Edition. Paperback, 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Erotic typescript. An exchange of highly erotic letters between a doctor and female patient dated 1930-1931, closely typed. 10 pages. Probably unique. German text. The mss were seized by the Viennese police in the 1930s and sometime after the trial were donated to the Universitats Institut fur Kriminologie in Vienna. From there they passed to the Austrian National Library, through a local bookseller to us. Good.‎

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‎Fate Holds The Whip Hand‎

‎London, Np. 1958, First Edition. Paperback, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Novel of female spanking and submission. c.1950s Soho typescript bound in card. Good.‎

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‎Flagellantismus: Case of One‎

‎London, Np. 1950, First Edition. Paperback, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Lesbian flagellation novel. Np 100p. c.1950s Soho typescript bound in card. Very Good.‎

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‎Humiliation Extreme‎

‎London, Np. 1958, First Edition. Paperback, 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Novel of female spanking and submission. c.1950s Soho typescript bound in card. Very Good.‎

Bookseller reference : 010586

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‎India: Land of Lust‎

‎London, Np. 1958, First Edition. Paperback, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Erotic debauchery in an Indian palace during colonial times. c.1950s Soho typescript bound in card. Some creasing to covers. Good.‎

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‎Lash‎

‎London, Np. 1952, First Edition. Paperback, 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Novel of female spanking and submission, illustrated with line drawings. c.1950s Soho typescript bound in card. Very Good.‎

Bookseller reference : 012453

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‎Love By Lash and Jungle Fantasy‎

‎London, Np. 1958, First Edition. Paperback, 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Two novels in one. The second is set in the Belgian Congo where Henry de Groot exploits the black women of the local tribes for his own twisted pleasures, the first is a male domination spanking and caning story. Racist by the standards of today. c.1950s Soho typescript bound in card. Very Good.‎

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‎Prefect: Special Books 35‎

‎London, Bonhomme Press. 1969, First Edition. Paperback, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Novel of schoolgirl spanking and submission illustrated with photographs. "Written by a retired gentlewoman, being an account of her experiences during the 1930s of life at a boarding school at which the strict disciplines of victorian times were still applied." c.1960s Soho typescript bound as a booklet.Wear to top right corner. Good.‎

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‎Redskin‎

‎London, Leviathan. 1956, First Edition. Paperback, 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Girl is kidnapped by American Apache Indians. Racist by today's standards. Includes six line drawings. c.1950s. Soho typescript bound in card. Spine worn. Good.‎

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‎Scrutiny‎

‎London, Np. 1958, First Edition. Paperback, 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Novel of female spanking and submission, illustrated with 11 line drawings. c.1950s. Soho typescript bound in card. Very Good.‎

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‎Sechs Erotische Novellen aus dem Leben Einer Schonen Winerin Von Ihr Selbst Erzahlt‎

‎Vienna, Np. First Edition. Paperback, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Six short stories on various erotic themes including one with a lesbian theme. 16p typescipt bound in pink wraps with ties, lower tie broken, last few pages creased. c.1930s. German text. Probably unique. Part of a collection with a curious provenance. The ms were seized by the Viennese police in the 1930s and sometime after the trial were donated to the Universitats Institut fur Kriminologie in Vienna. From there they passed to the Austrian National Library, through a local bookseller to us. Good.‎

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‎The Erotic Flagellators‎

‎London, Np. 1958, First Edition. Paperback, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. A collection of stories on female flagellation illustrated with line drawings. c.1950s Soho typescript bound in card. Very Good.‎

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‎White Geisha‎

‎London, Np. 1955, First Edition. Paperback, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Erotic story of a white girl trained as a geisha in Japan. Np 100p. c.1950s Soho typescript bound in card. Very Good.‎

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‎Zwei Novellen: Der Neugierge Nock / Ein Modernes Marchen‎

‎Vienna, Np. First Edition. Paperback, 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Erotic typescript featuring two highly erotic novellas. Closely typed 4+8 pages. Bound in plain brown wraps. c.1930s. German text. Probably unique. Part of a collection with a curious provenance. The ms were seized by the Viennese police in the 1930s and sometime after the trial were donated to the Universitats Institut fur Kriminologie in Vienna. From there they passed to the Austrian National Library, through a local bookseller to us. Good.‎

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‎AP.G‎

‎Au val d'anniviers au val moiry au val d'herens. A mon compagnon de course Louis-Ami Baillod.‎

‎1940. Gr.-8°. (54) Bl. Mit 3 Tafeln (Originalzeichnungen) sign. AP. G. und 12 mont. Fotografien (9 x 7 cm). Leinenband der Zeit., Einband Orig. und Fotos‎

‎Text als Typoscript.‎

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‎BARNES, William : Giles Dugdale.‎

‎Giles Dugdale's Original Manuscript & Typescript of his 1953 Biography Of William Barnes.‎

‎Comprising 3 sections thus : 1 Dugdale's Manuscript* of Chapter 9 with many ms alterations : 2 Dugdale's Typescript* c.230pp of Chapters 1-8 with many text corrections & alterations, and also heavily sub-edited for the printer : 3 Dugdale's Proof Typescript* of Chapters 1-10 + Bibliography, Appendices &c, c.363pp ribbon-tied in 5 Vols, the card covers titled by Dugdale, and with many further corrections and inserts by Dugdale. --o0o-- Dugdale's Biography Of Barnes, virtually the only modern source on Barnes, was published by Cassell in 1953 in 10 Chapters + Appendices. The Proof Typescript here includes in addition a 13pp section reprinting Coventry Patmore's essay A Modern Classic : William Barnes, which was omitted from the published book. - [c.1953]‎

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‎BELL, CHRISTINE,‎

‎Saint [with Original Story].‎

‎Englewood: Pineapple Press, (1985). First Edition. Her first book. Signed by the author in Miami in 1992. Together with a three page original story by Bell, in the form of letter, about a gang of three circus dogs gone bad that hang out behind Vinnie Tellarino's Steak House & Restaurant, emerging only to steal purses and books that need to be signed. The book has foxing to the endpages and page edges; near fine in a near fine dust jacket foxed on verso. Blurbs by Anne Tyler, Gail Godwin and James Dickey. The letter/story is a dot matrix print out that is folded in thirds and is also signed by Bell. As best we can tell, the story has not been published. Bell wrote the novel that was the basis for the 1995 film, The Perez Family, with Marisa Tomei and Anjelica Huston.‎

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‎BERAUD (Henri)‎

‎UNE HISTOIRE DE L’AN QUARANTE. Tapuscrit original.‎

‎Tapuscritde 9 feuillets titrés Une histoire de l’an quarante, portant diverses corrections (ratures, ajouts, indications typographiques). Article pour Gringoire sur le congrès de la Confédération générale des œuvres laïques qui réunissait «le bataillon sacré des comitards, les émules de Paul Bert, le dessus du panier de l’enterrement civil et l’élite des saucissonneurs du Vendredi Saint.» et dont le sujet principal fut la loi des 36 heures. Béraud s’indigne qu’au moment où le pays est devant l’alternative d’une «guerre sans espoir ou d’une paix sans fierté», on puisse préconiser de réduire les heures de production. Provenance archives Henri Béraud.‎

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Paris France Francia França France
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‎BERGE, CAROL,‎

‎Typed Letter Signed.‎

‎, June 22, 1988. Two pages promising to send an article which will apparently deal with the parallels between American Indian and Japanese ways of living, the life of Maria Sanchez, and "life lived as an entity, all of a piece. The artist as not a soul divided..." Folded in thirds for mailing; holograph corrections. A nice letter, with good content. Signed by the author. Fine. With envelope.‎

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‎BERGE, CAROL,‎

‎Typed Letter Signed.‎

‎. [March 1988]. Berge, a longtime poet and novelist who was associated with the New York poetry avant-garde of the 1960s, introduces herself to the recipient, the editor of Art & Antiques magazine, as both a writer and an antiques dealer. The letter is a sales pitch for a scarab ring in her possession and includes a drawing: "To me, it looks like either a Scarab beetle (stylized in form), or/and some sort of old inkwell with plumes extending from it. That suits the idea that I'm into Scarabs and I'm also a novelist and writer." Signed by the author. Folded in thirds for mailing, with a resume and mailing envelope included. Fine.‎

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‎BERGE, CAROL,‎

‎Typed Note Signed.‎

‎, [October 1988]. Berge proposes an article on "a renowned Santera." Composed on a typewriter that makes periods look like commas; folded in thirds for mailing; else fine, with envelope. Signed by the author.‎

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‎Bermondsey; manuscript; typescript; Guy Michele Andree; Sprent F. P. trans.‎

‎Alphonse de Chateaubriant AND La France Contemporaine‎

‎likely the 1920s or early 1930s. Ephemera. Very Good. A small archive of works by Michele Andree Guy: "La France Contemporaine" in French 9 leaves 208 x 270 mm typed on the recto only and bound with a clasp at top corner; "Alphonse de Chateaubriant Romancier" in French 11 leaves 208 x 270 mm typed on the recto only and staple-bound at the top corner; and the translation into English of "Alphonse" 11 leaves 203 x 328 mm lined paper handwritten in black ink on the recto only with corrections in ink and pencil staple-bound at tope corner. All in excellent condition some light wrinkling or flattened creases along the edges nowhere infringing upon text. Alphonse de Chateaubriant was a prize-winning French novelist who became an ardent supporter of Nazism after a trip to Germany in 1935. The essay included here focuses on his writing making no mention of his abhorent political beliefs and a pencil notation indicates that it may have been a submission to the Bermondsey Book literary magazine edited by Frederick Heath and published December 1923 to May 1930. However we find no record of publication. <br/><br/> unknown‎

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