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883 Bremen. Vol. I, no. 1 (of 3 published)

883 Bremen. Vol. I, no. 1 (of 3 published)

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Bremen: self-published, 1973. A4 (30.5 × 21.5 cm). Original pictorial wrappers; offset-printed and xeroxed text, photographs, and drawings on loosely inserted sheets; 10 pp. Very good. Single issue of this uncommonly seen German underground journal, inspired by the "Agit 883" periodical published in Berlin from 1969 to 1972. It was intended as a broad forum for a left opposition in Germany, and evolved from an initial interest in Marxism into an anarchist-inspired publication. After the journal published the first public pro-RAF statement in 1970, it was indexed and the publishers were subject to prosecution and police searches, which ultimately led to the end of the project in 1972. The present periodical began with a page in the original Agit 883 dedicated to Bremen, and began to appear as an independent journal two months after the last issue of Agit 883 appeared. An editorial proclaims "Long live the myth of 883, which has risen again!" Like its namesake, the journal sought to "bolster the… Read More
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Acción socialista: publicación quincenal [Socialist action: a bi-weekly publication], nos. 1-19...
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Acción socialista: publicación quincenal [Socialist action: a bi-weekly publication], nos. 1-19 (all published)

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Buenos Aires: Editorial Marinoni, 1919-1920. Octavos (18.2 × 13.6 cm). Somewhat later leather boards; all original illlustrated front and rear wrappers bound in; most issues 30-36 pp. Restoration to binding; some toning and light soiling throughout; overall about very good. A complete run in nineteen issues of the short-lived Argentinian socialist journal, published from July 1919 through April 1920. Each issue features a single longer essay or text on social, political, and economic issues. The first issue presents the Spanish translation of the "Communist Manifesto" ("Manifiesto del Partido Comunista"). Other texts include: "Los Instigadores" by Filippo Turati; "La Acción Económica de la Clase Trabajadora" by Juan B. Justo; "Salario Minimo y Trato Colectivo de Trabajo" by Dr. Enrique del Valle Iberlucea; "La Carestia de la Vida" by Dr. Nicolas Repetto; "Revolución Invariable y Eterna" by Enrique Villarreal; "El Socialismo y el Problema Militar" by Dr. Antonio de Tomaso; "Sindicalismo y… Read More
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Agit 883 56 51. Alternative title: Agit 883. [Various subtitles: Flugschrift für Agitation und...
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Agit 883 56 51. Alternative title: Agit 883. [Various subtitles: Flugschrift für Agitation und Sozialistische Praxis; Kampfblatt der Kommunistischen Rebellen; Revolutionäre Aktion.] No. 1 (15 February 1969) through No. 84 (16 October 1971)

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58 issues (of 88 total published), most 12 pp., of the well-known journal of the West Berlin neoanarchist student movement, becoming increasingly radical and militant during the period of its publication, advocating the strategic use of violence by urban guerilla groups (Rote Armee Fraktion) and armed resistance to conservative and imperialist politics in Germany and abroad in the US-Vietnam War, in particular expressing solidarity with the liberation movements of the Vietcong, the Black Panther Party, and struggles in Palestine, Italy, Guatemala, Angola, et al., most articles unattributed but edited by a collective including Dirk Schneider and members of RAF such as Holger Meins, Ulrike Meinhof, Andreas Baader, Michael Baumann, et al. Striking cover designs with original text illustrations, photocollage, and comics throughout. Tabloid. Illustrated self-wrpps., some slight scattered toning and dust-staining, minor edgewear and a few small tears, otherwise good condition. Berlin 1969-1971. This… Read More
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Artes; Monuments et Mémoires. Vols. 1-8 (all published in the first series)
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Artes; Monuments et Mémoires. Vols. 1-8 (all published in the first series)

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A complete set of the first series of the annual, ed. by Wilhelm Wanscher, each of the 8 volumes containing 200 to 300 pp. of annotated articles (in English, French or German) on Danish art and architecture, ancient, Italian, and Oriental art that relates to Danish collections, and some general topics such as geometric art, documents interspersed throughout, (36) pp. bibliography of Danish writings on art and architecture in first volume, numerous illus. in the text and on foldout plates (a few in color). 4to. 1/2 calf. Very minor worm damage along spine of first volume. Copenhagen (Haase) 1932-1940. Arntzen Q 84. The articles, by Wanscher, Christian Elling, J. Prip-Moller, et al., include most informative material on the architects Bindesboll, Oettinger and Hansen, the Palaces of Friederichsberg and Kronborg, and Danish architecture in general since the Romanesque era as well as full documentation on Nicolas Abildgaard, Eijdtveldt, and the versatile Skovgaard who renewed fresco and mosaic art. The… Read More
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Artisjok. Driemaandelijke Tijdschrift voor Hedendaagse Kunsten. Year I, No. 1 (31 January 1968)...
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Artisjok. Driemaandelijke Tijdschrift voor Hedendaagse Kunsten. Year I, No. 1 (31 January 1968) through Year II, No. 1 (31 January 1969) (all published)

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1968. A complete run in 5 issues of the short-lived Antwerp-based serial under the editorial direction of Werner Spillemaeckers, devoted to the dissemination of avant-garde art and literature and 1960's culture, with poems, prose, reviews, essays, and analysis by numerous progressive cultural figures. Illustrated throughout after photographs and artworks by post-War artists. Small 4to. Original illustrated wrpps. Antwerp, 1968-1969. Contributors to Artisjok include Ben Klein, Wopko Jensma, Phil du Plessis, Phil Mertens, Filip Tas, Henri-Floris Jaspers, Boudewijn Buckinx, Jan Vaerten, Pol Le Roy, Casper Schmidt, Rudy Witse, Paul Joostens, Patrick Conrad, Josep-Maria Subirachs, Roland Massa, Paul de Vree, and others. Very scarce; as of January 2019, WorldCat only locates two holdings in North American institutions.
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Borstrock: voor een ijstijdelijk moment in de aardse hel [Borstrock: for an ice age in earthly...

Borstrock: voor een ijstijdelijk moment in de aardse hel [Borstrock: for an ice age in earthly hell]. Unnumbered issue (all published?)

by Hans v/d Tol, André van der Ree

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Rotterdam, [1970]. Large quarto (36.3 × 25.7 cm). Original pictorial self-wrappers; [20] pp. Illustrations, including a psychedelic centerfold. Old horizontal crease; some foxing to right edge of front wrapper; light creasing to upper edge; still about very good. Apparently all published of this Dutch Provo-affiliated journal. As of April 2022, KVK and OCLC only show copies in two Dutch institutional libraries.
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Brewster Rooster. Vol. 1, No. 1 (Sunday 21 December 1952)
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Brewster Rooster. Vol. 1, No. 1 (Sunday 21 December 1952)

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6-page typed and mimeographed bulletin printed on board the USS General A.W. Brewster, titled "Welcome Aboard" and intended to introduce new crew members to life on the ship, with information such as the day's schedule including meal times, inspections, and recreational activities, opening hours for the ship's barber shop and ship's store, times of church services, a note on bingo games, a welcome letter to new crew members referencing rules, bunks, terminology, cleanliness, and meals, a roster of the officers on duty, uniform regulations, a call for variety show participants, stats on distance traveled and distance remaining on this deployment, and a few topical news items relating to Owen Lattimore, the Great Smog of London of 1952, the Brobie Siamese twins, University of Oklahoma football, boxer Yoshio Shirai, and other stories. 4to., 8 x 13 inches. Original self-wrpps., stapled at upper left corner. Illustrated. Some light toning and creasing, overall very good. USS General A.W. Brewster, San… Read More
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Bulletin de la Société des Amis des Monuments Parisiens. Constituée dans le But de Veiller sur...
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A complete run of 12 volumes, bound in 4, of the important French journal under the direction of architect Charles Normand, concerned with the monuments and urban preservation of Paris, containing many hundreds of pages of documents and papers on well-known buildings and works of art, collections, demolished structures, archaeological finds, vandalism, and other topics. Profusely illustrated with approximately 400 fine illustrations from photographs, elevations, floor plans, and line drawings, including many folding plates. Large 8vo. Leather-backed marbled boards with raised spines and gilt details. Overall very good condition, some minor toning and edgewear. Paris, 1885-1900. Complete run of the bulletin published at irregular intervals, including a three-year gap between volumes 11 and 12. The Société was founded by Normand with the goal of fighting against vandalism, and its members organized walks, visits, and excursions. Meetings were held at the Cercle de la Librairie on boulevard… Read More
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Catalonia: Periodic Nacionalista Liberal. Politic, Literari i de Critica Artistica. Second...
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Catalonia: Periodic Nacionalista Liberal. Politic, Literari i de Critica Artistica. Second Series. Nos. 1 (December 1899) through 12 (March 1900)

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104 pp. continuously paginated volume comprising a complete run in 12 issues of the second series of the journal devoted to Catalan political and cultural developments just before the turn of the 20th century, with contributions by numerous noted scholars and cultural figures, numerous illustrations throughout after drawings, paintings, posters, and musical scores. Small folio (14 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches). Red cloth, labeled to spine; very slight edgewear, age-darkening throughout, overall very good. Barcelona: Tipografia L'Avenç, 1899-1900. An extremely rare journal documenting Catalan culture during the flowering of Art Nouveau. Scarce institutionally; as of January 2024, OCLC locates a handful of copies of the first series and very few of the second series.
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Collection of Supplementary Booklets and Associated Volumes for Rouge: Journal d'Action Communiste
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Collection of Supplementary Booklets and Associated Volumes for Rouge: Journal d'Action Communiste

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A sizeable collection of supplements to Rouge and other associated serials and publications, dating primarily from the 1970s. - Supplements to Rouge: 40, 56, 63, 105, 132, 133, 140, 143, 154, 156, 177, 185, 188 (3 different), 189 (3 different), 190 (2 different), 192, 197, 204 (4 different 204s), 206, 243, 247, 253, 276, 297, 333 - Poche Rouge: 1, 4, 5, 6, and 10 (1972-1974) - Série Classique Rouge: 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, and 11 (1970-1972) - Livres Rouge (2): Pierre Rousset, Le Parti Communiste Vietnamien (1973) and Tariq Ali, Pakistan: Dictature Militaire ou Pouvoir Populaire? (1971) - Cahiers Rouges/Cahier Rouge: Cahiers Rouges, Série "Marx ou Creve", Nos. 5 and 6 (1971 and 1974) Cahiers "Rouge", Documents de Formation Communiste, Nos. 6-7, 8-9, and 10-11 (1969) Cahier Rouge Nouvelle Série, No. 1 (May 1975) Cahier Rouge, Nos. 2 and 6 (Jan. 1975 and Oct. 1976) - Taupe Rouge: 2, 4 (Supplement to Rouge No. 124), 6, 11 (Supp. to 185), 12 (supp. to 187), 13 (supp. to 187), 14 (supp. to 189) - Série Taupe… Read More
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Comunità. Rivista Mensile del Movimento Comunità. Year I, No. 5 (September 1946) through Year...
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Comunità. Rivista Mensile del Movimento Comunità. Year I, No. 5 (September 1946) through Year XX, No. 139/140 (November/December 1966)

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Altogether 147 issues, comprised of 7 early issues (Year I, Nos. 5 and 6, and Year II, Nos. 2, 3, 8, 21, and 23) and a large sequential run of 140 issues (Year III, No. 1 through Year XX, No. 139/140, lacking nos. 66 through 69) of the long-running Italian social, political, and cultural journal affiliated with the Movimento Comunità, an Italian socialist and liberal-democratic political party, under the editorial direction of Adriano Olivetti, Giorgio Soavi, and Renzo Zorzi, containing articles and essays on politics, sociology, literature, art, architecture, economics, urban planning, and other topics in Italy and abroad, with contributions from Olivetti, Gerardo Bruni, Vincenzo Mazzei, Mario Praz, Giuseppe Rovero, Alberto Moravia, Giulio Carlo Argan, Luciano Anceschi, Ignazio Silone, Giorgio Bassani, Cesare Pavese, Mario Luzi, Elio Vittorini, Carlo Bo, and many others. Profusely illustrated throughout with photographs and drawings. Early issues tabloid, later issues small 4to. 1946 and 1947… Read More
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Cuaderno de la Plata. No. 1 (October 1968) through No. 7 (November 1972) (all published)
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Cuaderno de la Plata. No. 1 (October 1968) through No. 7 (November 1972) (all published)

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A complete run in seven fascicules of the Argentinian cultural and political journal, edited by Luis Aznar and Guillermo Korn, born out of the socialist branch of the Reforma Universitaria, each issue with a specific focus topic and subtitle, celebrating the Reformation as a political-cultural and socialist movement, each issue containing essays, prose, poetry, and cartoons. Scattered illustrations throughout from cartoons and drawings. 8vo. Original illustrated wrpps., housed in two cloth-backed boards portfolios with matching slipcases. Very minor abrasions to slipcases, some very minor wear and soiling to wrpps. Caracas, Buenos Aires, and La Plata, 1968-1972. The seven issue subtitles are: 1) Cincuentenario de la Reforma Universitaria. 2) La Argentina del Año 2000. La Ley Federal de Educación. 3) Círculo Vicioso: La Actualidad Universitaria. 4) Apuntes Sobre la Rebelión de los Jóvenes - Chile: La Unidad Popular al Poder. 5) El Materialismo Dialéctico, La Universidad. 6) Chile: Documentos… Read More
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De New Babylon Informatief. No. 1 (July 1965) through No. 4 (1966) (all published)
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De New Babylon Informatief. No. 1 (July 1965) through No. 4 (1966) (all published)

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Various: 1965-1966. 52.5 x 35 cm. Original printed self-wrappers; first three issues are a single page, fourth is a special eight-page issue. Very good to fine condition. A rare complete set in four issues of the journal published in conjunction with four different exhibitions by Constant Nieuwenhuys, known as Constant (1920-2005). Constant was a Dutch painter, sculptor, graphic artist, and musician. He was affiliated with the avant-garde movement CoBrA and with the Situationist International before beginning what he called his "New Babylon" project. The New Babylon project lasted from 1956 to 1974, and was characterized by Constant's shift to focus primarily on architecture and the urban environment. He envisioned a "world wide city for the future" with collectively-owned land and automated labor leading to more freedom for creativity. This project consisted of models, spacial constructions, maquettes, collages, drawings, and text which all worked together to convey Constant's theories. The project… Read More
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Demain: Pages et Documents. Paraissant le 15 de Chaque Mois. Nos. 1 (January 1916) through 11/ 12...

Demain: Pages et Documents. Paraissant le 15 de Chaque Mois. Nos. 1 (January 1916) through 11/ 12 (November/ December 1916)

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The complete first year of the journal (in 11 issues, most approx. 64 pp.), published under the editorial direction of Henri Guilbeaux, presenting essays, letters, documents, and other writings pertaining to social, political and cultural issues of the time, with entries by numerous noted cultural figures including Romain Rolland, Ethel Sidgwick, Gustave Dupin, P. J. Jouve, Ramsay Macdonald, Jacques Mesnil, Jeanne Bertrand, Marcel Martinet, Rabindranath Tagore, A. Lunatcharsky, et al., with two woodcuts by Frans Masereel. 8vo. Orig. wrpps. Geneva 1916. Demain ceased publication in 1918.
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El Siglo Pintoresco: Periodico Universal. (All published)

El Siglo Pintoresco: Periodico Universal. (All published)

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3 vols., 288, 290, 307 pp., complete run of the Spanish periodical edited by Ángel Fernández de los Ríos consisting of a miscellany of contributions reflecting contemporary cultural and political interests, including articles on ancient Greek archaeology, serialized novels by Ramón de Navarrete, Arabic script, discussion of current political events, poetry, etc., heavily illustrated throughout (some full-page). Stamp of previous owner on a couple of pages. Tall 8vo. 1/2 leather and cloth, spines and corners slightly rubbed. Madrid (Baltasar Gonzalez) 1845-1847.
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Erste Hilfe. No. 1 (February 1970) (all published)
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Cologne: Buero Olympia/Lidl Sport, 1970. Quarto (29.5 x 21 cm). Original illustrated wrappers; unpaginated (40 pp.), profusely illustrated throughout. Overall very good condition. The first and only issue of the magazine which dealt with the actions of the LIDL group during the 1970 German contemporary art exhibition, "Jetzt: Künste in Deutschland heute." According to articles about one of its members, German Neo-Expressionist painter and sculptor Jörg Immendorff, "LIDL ridiculed elitist art traditions, the cult of creative 'genius', and the precious aesthetic object. The artist countered these hierarchies by assembling a body of pretentious iconograpic motifs drawn from the make-believe world of the child - turtles, dogs, goldfish, playhouses, and polar bears - which he transformed into the 'working material' of what he hoped would be a new functional art form." (Pamela Kort, 1991) DADA-like in theory, LIDL never became an established group but consisted of a variety of artists, including James Lee… Read More
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I.A.C.-Info. No. 1 (1972) through 26 (1977) (all published)
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I.A.C.-Info. No. 1 (1972) through 26 (1977) (all published)

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Oldenburg, Germany: International Artists' Cooperation (I.A.C.), 1972-1977. Quartos (29.8 x 21 cm). Single sheets, most printed double-sided, loose as issued. Overall very good condition. A complete collection in 26 issues of the publication from the International Artists' Cooperation (I.A.C.), edited by Klaus Groh. Groh (b. 1936) is a German artist and author who helped bring Mail Art from America to Europe and established an international Mail Art network. He directed the Micro Hall Art Center and the cabaret Literaturium as well as the IAC, the latter of which he ran from 1969 to 1990. IAC Info was a precursor to many Mail Art letters and works. The first sheet has a handwritten address in the lower margin, and the group is accompanied by several handwritten notes fand a letter from Groh to Christian Schaffernicht. In the letter, Groh writes requesting payment for what he's already delivered and states, "Here is a new bundle, with my printed dissertation (enclosed) and ALL IAC-Infos in addition."… Read More
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IIIme convoi / Troisième convoi. No. 1 (Octobre 1945) through No. 5 (1951) (all published)
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IIIme convoi / Troisième convoi. No. 1 (Octobre 1945) through No. 5 (1951) (all published)

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Paris: 1945-1951. Octavos (19 x 12.7 to 21 x 14 cm). Original printed paper wrappers, housed in fitted archival slipcase; 16, 16, 40, 46, 30 pp. Some light toning, overall excellent. A rare complete collection in five fascicules of the Surrealist magazine under the editorial direction of French poet Michel Fardoulis-Lagrange. Cofounded with Jean Maquet, and with the collaboration of René de Solier and Raoul Ubac, five total issues were published. Speaking later on the spirit behind the journal, Fardoulis said "Nous avions fait une croix sur le sartrisme et le surréalisme, l'un pour sa conception de l'engagement, l'autre pour ses manifestations scandaleuses. Nous voulions nous situer ailleurs, dans le domaine de l'extériorité, c'est-à-dire dans le mythe du langage." He and Maquet chose the title after a famous line from André Breton, and meant to signify not a complete departure from Surrealism, but a slight shift in direction and approach. The issues contain brief works of prose and poetry with… Read More
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Identités. Journal Littéraire. No. 1 (June 1962) through No. 13/14 (Winter/Spring 1966) (all...
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Identités. Journal Littéraire. No. 1 (June 1962) through No. 13/14 (Winter/Spring 1966) (all published)

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A complete run of 14 issues in 11 fascicules of the French literary journal, each issue 4-8 pp., under the editorial direction of Marcel Alocco with assistance from Jean-Pierre Charles for several issues, each issue featuring prose and poetry from a variety of contributors including Jean-Pierre Charles, Frédérique Laghet, Richard Laszlo, Jean-François Maure, Daniel Karm, Albert Carlin, Marcel Alocco, Régine Lauro, Jacques Belmans, Daniel Reynaud, Jean Pastureau, Serge Bec, and others. Not illustrated. Some minor scattered soiling, toning, small marginal tears. Tabloid. Self-wrpps. Nice/Aix-en-Provence 1962-1966. Marcel Alocco is a well-known painter, writer, and poet, who founded Identités in 1962 with Jean-Pierre Charles and Régine Aizertin-Robin. He published several other journals as well, including Caprices (1960-1961) and the Fluxus serial Open (1967-1968), and various collections of poetry and essays. The title for this journal was taken from a poem by Paul Eluard from his collection… Read More
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Il Soviet. Year I, No. 1 (December 1918) through Year V, No. 52 (April 1922). (All published)

Il Soviet. Year I, No. 1 (December 1918) through Year V, No. 52 (April 1922). (All published)

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Unpaginated (circa 208 pp.) reprint of the renowned Italian socialist journal, commenting on the political situation in Italy and around the world following WWI from a communist viewpoint. Lg. folio. 1/2 cloth and boards. Milan (Feltrinelli Reprint) 1966. During the course of its publication, Il Soviet was the official organ for the following groups at different times: Partito Socialista Italiano, Partito Socialista Italiano, Frazione Comunista Astensionista del Partito Socialista Italiano, and Partito Comunista d'Italia Sezione dell'Internazionale Comunista. Very rare in American institutions in either the original edition or in reprint.
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