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THE NABOKOV-WILSON LETTERS 1940-1971
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THE NABOKOV-WILSON LETTERS 1940-1971

by [Nabokov, Vladimir]; [Wilson, Edmund]; Karlinsky, Simon

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New York: Harper & Row, 1979. Very good plus in very good plus jacket.. First edition of the selected correspondence between to major midcentury literary figures, whose longstanding friendship became public over their "embittered 1965 debate" on Nabokov's translation of a Pushkin novel. 9'' x 6.25''. Original blue cloth, spine lettered in gilt. In original unclipped ($15.00) brown typographic dust jacket designed by Paul Bacon. Gold endpapers, fore-edge machine deckle. xii, 346 pages. Spine of book and jacket sunned, else clean and sound.
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NABOKOV'S QUARTET
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NABOKOV'S QUARTET

by Nabokov, Vladimir

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(New York): Phaedra Publishers, 1966. Near fine in very good plus jacket.. First edition in English of this collection of four of Nabokov's short stories: An Affair of Honor, Lik, The Vane Sisters, and The Visit to the Museum. 8.5'' x 5.5''. Original tan cloth with black lettering. In original unclipped ($3.95) dust jacket. Green endpapers. 104 pages. Minor wear and faint toning to jacket panels, with light scuffing to top edge.
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MARY
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MARY

by Nabokov, Vladimir

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New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1970. Very good plus in very good plus jacket.. First English-language publication of Nabokov's first novel, untranslated for 45 years. 8.25'' x 5.75''. Original black cloth with gilt-lettered spine. Top edge purple. In original unclipped ($6.95) bright purple printed jacket. Ochre endpapers. Translated from the Russian by Michael Glenny in collaboration with the author. xii, 114 pages. Spine lightly bumped. Jacket faintly sunned at spine; minor edgewear; faint toning to verso edges.
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CHROME
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CHROME

by Nader, George

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New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1978. First printing. Near fine in very good plus jacket.. Signed first edition of the first science fiction novel marketed to a gay male audience by a major publishing house. CHROME narrates the far-future romantic awakening of Chrome, space cadet, server of sandwiches, and personal massage therapist to the imperious and magnificent Abd H'Lokk-Mond H'Zum (Vortex for short), from their first meeting at an elite desert spa to their several joyful reunions. URANIAN WORLDS, the classic reference guide to LGBTQ science fiction, acknowledges that "the entire novel sparkles with homoerotic tension rare in science fiction" but judges Nader's political awareness "limited" (Garber & Paleo). The latter is true, but beside the point: CHROME joins the campy verve of '50s space opera to the increasing sexual freedom of '70s science fiction, in a setting deliberately removed from contemporary struggles and pressures, with a passionate love story. This was Nader's only published… Read More
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JAPANESE PAINTINGS: CHILDREN'S SPORTS
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JAPANESE PAINTINGS: CHILDREN'S SPORTS

by Nagao, Kagesuke; Kobayashi, Eitaku

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Tokyo: Hakubunsha, 1888. Near fine.. Trilingual publication (Japanese, English, French) of elaborately produced color woodblock prints on the theme of traditional Japanese children's games. Gorgeous multi-color woodblock prints capture traditional games based on famous paintings created hundreds of years earlier. The laid-in English description includes (in part): "Hane-tsuki: 'Battledore and Shuttlecock,' a game played principally during the first ten days of the New Year"; "Koma Asobi: 'Playing with Tops,' and Tamaya: 'Blowing Soap-bubbles"; "Sugoroku, a sort of backgammon"; "Hotaru-gari: 'Hunting Fireflies"; and more, including descriptions of holidays like Obon and making "snowmen" of Daruma, the iconographic image of the monk who brought Zen to Japan. The skill of late-era ukiyo-e and nihonga artist Kobayashi Eitaku is evident in this collection, which showcases traditional subjects and aesthetics - very much in response to the Western styles enjoying a growing vogue in the Meiji era.… Read More
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THE SOUL OF A TREE: Woodworker's Reflections
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THE SOUL OF A TREE: Woodworker's Reflections

by Nakashima, George

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New York: Kodansha International Ltd, 1981. Fine in fine jacket.. Signed first edition of the architect and furniture designer's stunningly illustrated autobiography. Nakashima's discussion of his artistic development covers his childhood in the Pacific Northwest; youthful travels and work in Paris and Tokyo; wartime internment in Idaho; and eventual construction of his studio and workshop in New Hope, Pennsylvania, now designated a National Historic Landmark. Additional chapters explore his design philosophy and the technical aspects of woodworking, materials selection, and hand craftsmanship, illuminated by glowing color photography and Nakashima's own sketches. A gorgeous production. 11.5'' x 8.5''. Original dark red cloth with gilt-lettered spine. Brown textured endpapers. In original ($52.00) dust jacket. Illustrated throughout with line drawings by the author and photographs by G. Barrows, G.W. Holland, Dana Levy, Osamu Murai, Ezra Stoller, and Hiroshi Suga. 221, [3] pages. Signed by Nakashima… Read More
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YOU CAN'T GET THERE FROM HERE
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YOU CAN'T GET THERE FROM HERE

by Nash, Ogden; Sendak, Maurice

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London: J.M. Dent & Sons, 1957. Fine in near fine jacket.. First UK edition of Nash's urbane and polysyllabic verses, with illustrations and dust jacket by Maurice Sendak. 7.25'' x 5''. Original blue cloth with gilt-lettered spine. In original unclipped (12s. 6d.) pictorial dust jacket by Sendak. Black and white Sendak illustrations throughout. 179, [1] pages. Minor soil, light scuffing to jacket.
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FUN WITH DECALS
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FUN WITH DECALS

by Nast, Elsa Ruth; Malverne, Corinne

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New York: Simon & Schuster, 1952. Very good.. First edition Little Golden Book with a complete page of real decals that the owner can cut out, soak, and apply to furniture or walls for decoration. 8'' x 6.5''. Original paper boards with Golden Book paper spine. "A" in gutter of final leaf. Complete with decals leaf. [28] pages. Closed tear to decals leaf, carefully repaired. Some edge soil and rubbing.
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TAPIOLA'S BRAVE REGIMENT
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TAPIOLA'S BRAVE REGIMENT

by Nathan, Robert; Wiese, Kurt

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1941. First printing. Very good plus in very good plus dust jacket.. Inscribed first edition of this story of a Yorkshire terrier who rallies his animal friends to fight an unseen enemy on the edge of WWII, with illustrations by Freddy the Pig's Kurt Wiese. Published as the US teetered on the edge of entering WWII, TAPIOLA'S BRAVE REGIMENT takes a surprisingly satyrical view of the conflict that raged in Europe. This is in contrast to Robert Nathan's works after the US had joined the war, which were far more patriotic. 8.25'' x 5.25''. Original light brown boards. Original unclipped ($1.75) color pictorial dust jacket. Pictorial endleaves of animals marching across a map of Central Park. Illustrated in black and white. 138 pages. Inscribed by Nathan to second blank. Gift inscription to jacket front flap, dated 1941. Jacket with mild edgewear, some toning to spine and edges; a couple tiny scuffs. Binding with slight foxing to edges, light toning to endpapers. Tight.
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THE ORCHID
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THE ORCHID

by Nathan, Robert

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Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1931. First edition (stated). Very good plus in very good jacket.. First edition of this amusing snapshot of the tangled lives of entertainers in their twilight years, a satire with heart. "Nathan smiles at the comedy and breaks your heart with it," observes Michael March in THE BROOKLYN CITIZEN (5). Appropriately, a species of orchid was named after Robert Nathan in 2004 (Paphiopedilum Robert Nathan Boersma). 7.5'' x 5''. Original purple cloth lettered in gilt. In original unclipped ($2.00) blue and pink pictorial dust jacket with art by L. Trevisan. 199, [1] pages. Gilt lettering somewhat tarnished. Jacket with fading to spine, shallow chipping at spine edges, a bit of light soiling and edgewear.
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THE ORCHID
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THE ORCHID

by Nathan, Robert

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Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1931. First edition (stated). Near fine in very good plus slipcase.. Specially bound and presented first edition of the acclaimed tragi-comedy, one of only two "large paper' or 'de luxe copies" in existence. This beautiful production was created uncut in rose boards and in an Art Deco-style slipcase that matches the deluxe production's endpapers. Bound at the rear of the book is a typewritten limitation page signed by Scott Cunningham, reading in part: "This is one of two copies of the first edition bound with the sheets entirely uncut, - prior to the date of publication. In a sense these copies are advance issues, and it is certain in any case that they are the only 'large paper' or 'de luxe' copies in existence." A rare and unusual collector's item, as it was meant to be from its production in 1931. 7.5'' x 5''. Original rose buckram, black goatskin spine label. In original black paper slipcase with gilt dot pattern. Endpapers made with same material as… Read More
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1965 DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL DINNER

by [Democratic National Committee]

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n.p.: n.p., 1965. First Edition. Near fine.. Commemorative illustrated booklet, with menu and program, from the June 24, 1965 dinner honoring the campaign work of Senator Warren G. Magnuson and Representative Michael J. Kirwan and the restoration of a Democratic majority in both houses under the Johnson administration. Wraps. 4th. Saddle-stapled green and pink wraps. Light creasing to lower edge. Near fine.
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EMBLEMS FOR THE YOUNG FROM SCRIPTURE, NATURE AND ART
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EMBLEMS FOR THE YOUNG FROM SCRIPTURE, NATURE AND ART

by Neale, Cornelius

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London: Religious Tract Society, 1845. Very good.. Mid-Victorian edition of this attractive little reader that invites children to consider its many illustrations in order to enhance the moral effect of the text. Cornelius Neale acknowledges that the woodcut emblems he assembled for this volume come from a variety of sources, and have, in many cases been used in earlier publications; "some have been picked up here and there, where the author could not now readily find them" (xiii). An interesting example of the money-saving ingenuity of some popular printers, additionally bringing up questions of attribution and copyright practice in the Victorian era. 16mo. 5.75 x 3.74" Contemporary quarter black leather binding with red boards. Red endpapers. Illustrated with a black-and-white frontispiece and numerous woodcuts throughout. xxviii, 80 pages, collated complete. Small bookplate to front pastedown with two complex interlocking Rs. Boards with some rubbing, minimal color infills to edges; cracking to… Read More
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STORY OF THE FOURTH OF JULY
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STORY OF THE FOURTH OF JULY

by Ned, Uncle; Howland, William

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New York: Kiggins & Kellogg, 1859. Very good.. Second edition of this near-miniature patriotic tale as told by Revolutionary War veteran Uncle Ned, number 7 in the second REDFIELD'S TOY BOOK series. This short account of the history of the United States contains common colonial tropes that echo in education today, including the story of Columbus and racist concepts of native peoples. STORY OF THE FOURTH OF JULY shows the continuing effort to build an American mythology, using simplified narratives for younger generations to learn and carry on. 3.75'' x 2.25''. Original yellow pictorial wrappers, saddle-stitched. Three full-page woodblock illustrations with two smaller woodblock illustrations in text. 16 pages, with ads to rear wrapper. Wrappers with a bit of soiling and edgewear. Leaves with scattered soiling. A tight copy.
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WALLACE NEFF AND THE GRAND HOUSES OF THE GOLDEN STATE
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WALLACE NEFF AND THE GRAND HOUSES OF THE GOLDEN STATE

by [Neff, Wallace]; Kanner, Diane

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New York: The Monacelli Press, 2005. First edition. Near fine in near fine dust jacket.. Inscribed first printing of this attractive monograph on the influential but reclusive architect who championed the Spanish colonial revival and helped define the architectural style of California - including postcard from the author. Neff's designs for Hollywood royalty include Cary Grant, Mary Pickford, and Claudette Colbert - as well as modern celebrities such as Diane Keaton, Madonna, and Brad Pitt, who have paid top dollar for his homes. An architect with real staying power in the California psyche. 11'' x 9''. Original brown boards. Original unclipped (no price) color pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated in color and black and white. 248 pages. Inscribed by Kanner to title page, "To Andre / I am flattered / by your readership, / from across the / great U. S. - Diane Kanner / July 31, 2007." With color pictorial postcard about Kanner's next projects loosely laid in, dated Aug. 6 2007. Jacket with light… Read More
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WALLACE NEFF: ARCHITECT OF CALIFORNIA'S GOLDEN AGE
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WALLACE NEFF: ARCHITECT OF CALIFORNIA'S GOLDEN AGE

by [Neff, Wallace]; Neff, Wallace Jr.; Clark, Alson; Gebhard, David

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Santa Barbara: Capra Press, 1986. First edition. Fine in very good plus dust jacket.. Signed first printing of this attractive look at the career of the architect of numerous Southern California "dream houses" for the rich and famous in the first half of the 20th century. Neff's architecture "reflected the preferences of a public that shared his value judgements" (introduction), and is California through and through. 10'' x 10.75''. Original blue cloth boards. Original unclipped ($50) color pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated in black and white and color. 232 pages. Signed by Neff Jr. to half-title page, dated January 9, 1990. Jacket with light edgewear, a couple tiny closed tears; mild sunning to rear. Binding with a hint of shelfwear. Clean and tight.
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SMALL SONGS FOR SMALL SINGERS
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SMALL SONGS FOR SMALL SINGERS

by Neidlinger, W. H.; Bobbett, Walter

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New York: G. Schirmer, 1896. Very good.. First edition of this positively delightful collection of simple songs for young singers, with charming illustrations for each song in color. Walter Bobbett's illustrations of children owe a great deal to Kate Greenaway aesthetically, but his animals have a personality all their own. 12'' x 9''. Original cloth-backed color pictorial boards. Illustrated in color, with musical notation. 58 pages. Boards with moderate rubbing, a couple spots of soil; light sunning to spine. Front flyleaf with a couple of crayon or colored pencil marks; leaves with light finger soil, spine cracked to some openings. Colors bright.
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THE WONDER CITY OF OZ
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THE WONDER CITY OF OZ

by Neill, John R.; [Baum, L. Frank]

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Chicago: Reilly & Lee, 1940. Fine in very good plus jacket.. First edition, first issue of the first Oz book both written and illustrated by Neill, who illustrated every Oz book from 1904 to 1942. After Baum had a falling out with W.W. Denslow, the illustrator of THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ, John R. Neill took on the job of illustrating the second Oz book, THE MARVELOUS LAND OF OZ (1904). He continued illustrating the series beyond Baum's death, providing the legitimacy of continuity for Ruth Plumly Thompson, Baum's successor. WONDER CITY OF OZ is the first of three Oz books written (and illustrated) by Neill after Thompson stepped back; his authored works are considered part of the Famous Forty, the Oz canon. Original light blue cloth, pictorial paste-on. In original unclipped ($1.50) color pictorial dust jacket, listing titles through this title. 318 pages. Book beautiful. Jacket bright with a few neat tape repairs on verso.
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A CHRISTMAS CAROL
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A CHRISTMAS CAROL

by Neill, John R.; Dickens, Charles

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Chicago: The Reilly & Lee Co, 1915. Fine in very good dust jacket.. First edition thus, John R. Neill's delightful take on the Christmas classic, part of the Children's Red Book Series. Written in only six weeks at a low point in Dickens's career - and printed at his own expense when his publishers didn't want to take on the risk themselves - A CHRISTMAS CAROL Carol revived Dickens's fortunes. The characters of Scrooge and Marley, Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim, are immediately recognizable even to those who've never read a word of Dickens: "'God bless us every one!' said Tiny Tim, the last of all." Les Standiford calls it "the very apotheosis of [Dickens's] themes" (5) in his book THE MAN WHO INVENTED CHRISTMAS, which argues that Dickens's Christmas tale shaped traditions of the holiday for decades to come. Indeed, the singular success of the book would help establish a robust market for Christmas gift books that thrives to this day. Here Oz artist John R. Neill's illustrations have lent extra charm to… Read More
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THREE LITTLE PIGS / PRECOCIOUS PIGGY / THE BRAVE LITTLE TAILOR
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THREE LITTLE PIGS / PRECOCIOUS PIGGY / THE BRAVE LITTLE TAILOR

by Neill, John R.

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Philadelphia: Henry Altemus, 1904. Very good plus.. Collection of tales from children from Henry Altemus's "Wee Books for Wee Folks" series, featuring illustrations by the artist best known for his work on the Oz series. 5.5'' x 4.25''. Original cloth backed pictorial boards, pictorial paste-on. Featuring 40 illustrations by Neill: 22 full-page color illustrations plus-partial page illustrations in color and in black and white. 94 pages. Lightly faded on edge of rear board.
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