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    The (Victoria, British Columbia) Daily Colonist Newspaper: Friday, November 25th, 1904 Issue by Contributors, Multiple

    Victoria, BC, Canada: The Colonist Printing and Publishing Company. Paperback. 8 pages. A wonderful snap shot of life as it was on Vancouver Island 100 years ago. News of the day includes: Archbishop of Canterbury supports Roosevelt; By-Election in Nova Scotia is fixed; Townsites in the Far North - Taku Arm/New Hazelton; Russo-Japanese War; Ladysmith Masquerade Ball; Mining Matters in Boundary; Alberni Greeting to South African Veteran John Redford; Live Stock Adventures - Public Warned against claims put forward by tricky Americans; Cumberland Coal Mine Fire; Yukon property deeded to the King of England; and much more. Dozens of advertisements including: "$650 - Good six-roomed house, on car line, James Bay." Significant chipping along fold. Some yellowing. Few edge tears. Fatigue crack to central portion of all pages. . Fair. 1904. First Edition.


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    The (Toronto) Star Weekly, Saturday March 15, 1947 *COMPLETE* by Contributors, Multiple

    Toronto: Toronto Star. Paperback. A very rare and wonderful find! Take a trip down memory lane with this complete issue of the (Toronto) Star Weekly from March of 1947. Includes five separate components. Magazine Section Number One (16 pages) includes: Harvest in Springtime, by Mary Brinker Post; Tall Tales of the Rattler, by J. Frank Dobie; article entitled 'Arctic Becomes Frontier in New U.S. Strategy'; Trouble in the Desert, by Chester Chatfield; Article - Swing to Nationallization - in which Emil Lengyel describes how various European countries are nationalizing their industries; Article - England's Under Ground - in which Harold A. Albert writes of English Archaeology; Article by Benjamin Waife describes Einstein's contention that two-thirds of people might be killed in nuclear war; Go-Getting Granby, Quebec - nice article with photos; Article - Argentina's 'Little Eva' Bids for More Power; 'Mart, I Know Women!', by Sven Skaar; King of the Clarinet - Barry Ulanov writes of Benny Goodman - includes photos; Moshin Ali writes about 'Opening Up a Forbidden Land' in Nepal; 'Jap Children Learn a New Way', in which Richard Hughes writes about children in the 'bomb-blackened' suburbs of Tokyo; Boxing's 'Uncle' Mike Jacobs; Article on scientific study of the sun by Charles Greeley Abbot; Article - Bombay to Cut Booze by States; Senator Robert L. Owen of Oklahoma has invented a Global Alphabet - article by Mario A. Pei; Claws and Effect, by Clifford L. Walters; plus various black and white ads. Magazine Section Number Two (12 pages) contains: Superior Moustrap, by Travis Ingham; The Sobbing Wind, by Keith Edgar; Monkey-Shines in Zooland, by William M. Mann; News article with the headline "German Divorce a Bargain at $40 - Free if Poor; Britain's Land Revolution, in which Matthew Halton of the CBC describes progress with Britain's Town and Country Planning Bill; Plant Sleuth, by Leigh Henry; Lost Lode - Third Instalment; Your Easter Bonnet, with photos; Variety in the Lenten Menu; The 'Cheesecake' Industry - How Hollywood celebrities spend much of their time posing for publicity photos - includes colour photos of Patricia White and Frances Gifford; Colour half-page cartoon entitled 'Right Around Home' by Dudley Fisher on the theme of 'We Do Our Banking - Such as it is'. The third section is 'Rimrock Red' - a Star Weekly Complete Novel (15 pages) by Lytle Shannon. Page 16 of this section is a cartoon called Vignettes of Life on the theme "Spring is Near". Next we have a twenty-page colour cartoon section - "Canada's Best" - including offerings of: Jane Arden; Thimble Theatre - Starring Popeye; Winnie Winkle; The Lone Ranger; Steve Canyon; Ella Cinders; Invisible Scarlet O'Neil; Dick Tracy;Tarzan; Blondie; Little Orphan Annie; Superman; Napoleon; Flash Gordon; Moon Mullins; Pepsi and Pete (Pepsi cartoon/ad); Mandrake the Magician; Bringing Up Father; Li'l Abner; Terry and the Pirates; Little Lulu; Abbie and Slats. Please note there are fore-edge tears to some of these cartoon pages. Finally we have the 26-page Star Weekly magazine which features a colour cover illustration by Anderson of a boy preparing cough medicine for his sick pooch in front of the pot-bellied stove. The magazine contains dozens of black and white photos on themes including: The Far East's Colorful Highways and Byways (including a most primitive scene scene of stilt fishing huts in the Kalang River near Singapore's civil airport); The Transit Twins and Trolley Triplets - the children of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Macatee of Philadelphiago through 420 diapers weekly!; Life with the world's largest fishing fleet of Norway; Nice full-page colour Campbell's Soup ad; British Folk Dances; Rebirth of Monte Cassino; Colour Bovril ad. Barbara Ann Scott; Lois Maxwell; Gale Robbins; Colour centerfold ad for Rogers Bros. Silverplate; Nice colour Kellogg's All-Bran ad (with beige stain in upper corner; Michele and Mikey Morgan; Stewart Granger with son James; Grandson of Rin Tin Tin; Colour ad for Lipton's Noodle Soup Mix; Lovely back cover colour ad for Floress Fluorescent Lipstick and matching nail lacquer. If you have read this far, you must surely be impressed by the wonderful panorama of news and entertainment spanned by this marvelous offering. Other than the occasional beige stain, chip or tear, all components are in sound condition and ready for your enjoyment. . Good. 1947. First Edition.


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    Philip Johnson: The Constancy of Change by Johnson, Philip; Emmanuel J. Petit; Robert A.M. Stern

    New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2009. Hardcover. First edition, first printing. Fine/As New cloth-bound hardcover in a Fine/As New dust jacket, protected by a clear mylar cover. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. Edited by Emmanuel J. Petit; foreword by Robert A.M. Stern; essays by Beatriz Colomina, Peter Eisenman, Kurt W. Forster, Mark Jarzombek, Charles Jencks, Phyllis Lambert, Reinhold Martin, Detlef Mertins, Joan Ockman, Terence Riley, Vincent Scully, Michael Sorkin, Kazys Varnelis, Stanislaus von Moos, Ujjval Vyas, and Mark Wigley. 274 pages; 53 color and 163 b&w illustrations; 8.75 x 10.75 inches. Index. In sixteen essays, the architectural establishment present their ideas on Johnson, his enormous influence as a curator, and the mixed quality of his built legacy from historical, theoretical and sociological perspectives. Among the topics covered are Johnson’s wide-ranging knowledge of art history, his endorsement of different versions of architectural modernism, his use of rhetoric and the mass media, his social persona, and his politics of patronage.


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    Wallace Stevens by Kermode, Frank

    Grove Press, 1st Evergreen Pilot Edition. GOOD condition. Paper on spine coming loose near front, about an inch loose inside at bottom. Heavy wear to spine with name "Wallace" affected, covers stained and creased. Stain at top throughout but does not affect the text. Interior free of marks except pen mark around 3 words on one page. 134 pp. [see PICTURE of this copy]. Fast shipping, free tracking, superior packaging.


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    Film Noir: An Encyclopedic Reference to the American Style by Silver, Alain; Elizabeth Ward

    Woodstock, NY: Overlook Press, 1979. Hardcover. First edition, first printing. Good+ hardcover with wear and light bumps to the tips, a light crease to the first couple of pages, and light signs of handling in a Good+ dust jacket with wear to the tips, light chipping at the spine ends, and a couple of small chips/tears to the back panel. All dust jackets are protected by a clear mylar cover. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The definitive reference volume for over 300 noir films: each entry starts with all the production data, followed by a synopsis of the film and finally a critical analysis. 393 pages; 75 b&w photos; 9 x 11 inches. Bibliography, index. Appendices on film genres; chronology of film noir; directors; writers; actors; producers; directors of photography; composers; and research sources. Due to size and weight, international and expedited shipping will be more than quoted.


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    Rowlandson and His Illustrations of Eighteenth Century English Literature by Wolf, Edward C. J

    Copenhagen: Einar Munksgaard, 1945. Trade paperback. minor wear to the extremities else a very good [unopened] copy. one of 500 copies.


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    The (Victoria, British Columbia) Daily Colonist Newspaper: Sunday, October 16, 1904 Issue by Contributors, Multiple

    Victoria, BC, Canada: The Colonist Printing and Publishing Company. Paperback. 12 pages. A wonderful snap shot of life as it was on Vancouver Island 100 years ago. News of the day includes: Major coverage of the Russo-Japanese War - General Kuropatkin's World Famed Advance has probably ended in complete disaster; Interior Booze factories to be amalgamated under one management; Cartoon on a railway theme; Scenes from Episcopal Convention in Boston, with photo of J.P. Morgan in top hat ; and much more. Dozens of advertisements including: "Solid Oak Tables - $1.90" Significant chipping along fold. Some yellowing. Few edge tears. . Fair. 1904. First Edition.


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    Pulp Surrealism: Insolent Popular Culture in Early Twentieth-Century Paris by Walz, Robin

    University of California Press, 2000. Hardcover. fine with nice bright d.j..


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    The (Victoria, British Columbia) Daily Colonist Newspaper: Tuesday, November 22, 1904 Issue by Contributors, Multiple

    Victoria, British Columbia: The Colonist Printing and Publishing Company. Paperback. 8 pages. A wonderful snap shot of life as it was on Vancouver Island 100 years ago. News of the day includes: Farewell Banquet to Earl Grey; Russo-Japanese War; American Federation of Labor petitions congress to legislate against Mikado's subjects; The Rock Bay Bridge Question; Alberta Company Makes Big Strike - Fine Flow of Oil near the B.C. line and the Rich Flathead Valley - Pincher Creek; and much more. Dozens of advertisements including "Esquimalt & Nanaimo (E&N) Railway Time Table No. 53 with stops in Victoria, Shawnigan Lake, Duncan, Ladysmith, Nanaimo and Wellington" Significant chipping along fold. Some yellowing. Few edge tears. Clipping from lower corner of page 2. Fatigue crack to central portion of all pages. . Fair. 1904. First Edition.


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    Rowlandson and His Illustrations of Eighteenth Century English Literature by Wolf, Edward C. J

    Copenhagen: Einar Munksgaard, 1945. Trade paperback. a little age darkened at the spine else a nearly fine bright [unopened] copy. one of 500 copies.


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    Elements Of Criticism, [vols 1 & 2 Of 3] by Home, Henry (Lord Kames)

    Edinburgh: A Kincaid and W Creech. Good with no dust jacket. 1774. 5th. leather. Bound in full sheep leather, worn and front covers loose. .


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    Angela Thirkell: An Autobiographic Sketch; Some American Appreciations; A Selection of Poetry Written to Announce the Publication of Some of Mrs. Thirkell's Books; An Abridged Bibliography by Thirkell, Angela

    Alfred A. Knopf, nd. chapbook. A nearly fine bright copy. [16] pp.


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    A Letter to a Young Painter by Read, Herbert

    New York, New York: Horizon Press, 1962. First U.S. Edition. ADVANCE REVIEW COPY. Hardcover with dustjacket. NEAR FINE/VERY GOOD+.. Clean, tight copy with light foxing to textblock edges and negligible wear. Price-clipped DJ, covered in an archival brodart protective sleeve shows very light edge wear. Advance editorial copy sent out for review with notice laid in at rear. 277 pp. with 22 illustrations. [see PICTURES of this copy]. Fast shipping, free tracking, superior packaging.


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    The Heroic Couplet by Piper, William Bowman

    Cleveland: The Press of Case Western Reserve University, 1969. very good with nice bright but slightly worn d.j..


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    The (Victoria, British Columbia) Daily Colonist Newspaper: Wednesday, November 23rd, 1904 Issue by Contributors, Multiple

    Victoria, BC, Canada: The Colonist Printing and Publishing Company. Paperback. 8 pages. A wonderful snap shot of life as it was on Vancouver Island 100 years ago. News of the day includes: Zemstvos Gathering in Russia; Elections in the Interior; West Hastings Ballot Box Case; Fighting the White Plague - Enthusiastic Gathering and Sale of Work at Balmoral Hotel; Canadian Northern Track Layers Making Good Progress; Atlin Flourishing; and much more. Dozens of advertisements including: "Half-Acre Lots: Just off Gorge Road, For Sale at $200, $225 and $250. (A Good Speculation)" Significant chipping along fold. Some yellowing. Few edge tears. Fatigue crack to central portion of all pages. . Fair. 1904. First Edition.


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    Portraits in Miniature and Other Essays by Strachey, Lytton

    Harcourt, Brace and Co, 1931. First [Stated]. Hardcover. very good with slightly worn d.j. that is age darkened at the spine.


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    The (Victoria, British Columbia) Daily Colonist Newspaper: Sunday, November 27, 1904 Issue by Contributors, Multiple

    Victoria, British Columbia: The Colonist Printing and Publishing Company. Paperback. 16 pages. A wonderful snap shot of life as it was on Vancouver Island 100 years ago. News of the day includes: The Russo-Japanese War; J.P. Planta, well known Nanaimo Public Man, Passes Away; C.P.R. Harbour Improvements - removal of Sehl's Point; W.W. B. McInnes likely to be next governor of the Yukon; The Mullally Sisters; Britannia Mines, Howe Sound, B.C. - History, Geology, Characteristics of Ore Bodies, Development; Chumbi the Key to Thibet (Tibet); Hardships of Russian Workmen; The Centenary of Shrapnel - Its Inventor and his history; Japan's Military System; London Society's Love of Tattoing; Lord Brampton's Reminiscences; Report on the White Pass and Yukon Railway; and much more. Wonderful illustrations of Victorian Women's attire adorn back page. Dozens of advertisements including "Farm For Sale - Lake District - 72.47 acres - A Bargain at $1,500.00." Significant chipping along fold. Some yellowing. Few edge tears. Fatigue crack through central portion of each page. . Fair. 1904. First Edition.


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    Hellas Through The Ages by PANARETOU, ANNITA

    Ephesus Publishing. Hardcover. Very Good. B002KNM8WI Very nice copy of this gorgeous book. Greek and English text., filled with magnificent color photos. Lightly bumped spine tips, tight, clean. Brodart covered DJ has 1/2" tear lower spine, 3/4" partially closed tear upper spine. Small rubbed spot flap edge -VG/VG. 309 pp. Fast shipping, free tracking, superior packaging.


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    The (Victoria, British Columbia) Daily Colonist Newspaper: Wednesday, August 3, 1904 Issue by Contributors, Multiple

    Victoria, British Columbia: The Colonist Printing and Publishing Company. Paperback. 8 pages. A wonderful snap shot of life as it was on Vancouver Island 100 years ago. News of the day includes: The Russo-Japanese War; Trade with the Orient; News from Nanaimo and Ladysmith; B.C. Telephone announcment of new exchange at Ladysmith including list of all 33 numbers; Dr. Telford Case Proceedings; and much more. Dozens of advertisements including "WANTED - Smart girl or an experienced woman for store (city). Significant chipping along fold. Some yellowing. Few edge tears. . Fair. 1904. First Edition.


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    Against Everything: On Dishonest Times by Mark Greif

    London, United Kingdom: Verso Books, 2017. Paperback. New/-. -. Against Everything is a thought-provoking study and essential guide to the vicissitudes of everyday life under twenty-first-century capitalism. Mark Greif is one of the most exciting writers of his generation. In this invigorating collection, he challenges us to rethink the ordinary world and take life seriously - in short, to stay honest in dishonest times. In a series of coruscating set pieces he asks why we put ourselves through the pains of exercise, what our concerns about diet or sex does for our fundamental worth, what political identity the hipster might possess, and what happens to us when we listen to Radiohead or hip-hop. Counter-intuitive and revelatory in his insights, Greif revels in the contradictions arising between our desires and the excuses we make to console ourselves. His work demands we have the courage to be 'against everything', to change our vantage on everyday life, find it wanting and demand something better. | 320 pages | 129 x 198 x 27mm | 344g.


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    Autographed Letter Signed with excellent content by STACK, Robert (1919 - 2003)

    Los Angeles, 1965. unbound. 2 pages (front and back) on personal letterhead, 10 x 8 inches, Los Angeles, February 3, 1965. Written to powerful Philadelphia Inquirer critic Harry Harris, thanking him for a positive review, in small part: "...I read your review of a T.V. effort I was involved in called the 'American Sportsman' and found it interesting. The premise of the show was to take two guys to Africa who had never been on Safari. Anyway, this is not an apology for hunters or hunting... anymore than a meat eater could defend his appetite to a vegetarian. I am only sorry if any segment of the television audience finds it objectionable..." This was written in the days when a critic could make or break an actor's career. Accompanied by the original handwritten envelope. Near fine condition.


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    Canon/Archive: Studies in Quantitative Formalism 2017 by Moretti, Franco; Algee-Hewitt, Mark; Allison, Sarah; Gemma, Marissa; Heuser, Ryan; Jockers, Matthew; Katsma, Holst; Le-Khac, Long; Pestre, Dominique; Steiner, Erik; Tevel, Amir; Walser, Hannah; Witmore, Michael; Yamboliev, Irena

    NY, United States: Paper Monument, 2018. First edition. Paperback. New. Full of witty asides and suspenseful first-person narration that acknowledges surprises, dead-ends and the collaborative, experimental nature of the lab's work. . . . Even modest-seeming results . . . unsettle established ideas of literary history."-Jennifer Schuessler, New York TimesFor the past seven years, the Stanford Literary Lab, founded by Franco Moretti and Matthew Jockers, has been a leading site of literary scholarship aided by computers and algorithmic methods. This landmark volume gathers the collective research of the group and its most remarkable experiments. From seemingly ineffable matters such as the "loudness" of thousands of novels, the geographic distribution of emotions, the nature of a sentence and a paragraph, and the evolution of bureaucratic doublespeak, descriptions emerge. The Stanford Literary Lab lets the computers provide new insights for questions from the deep tradition of two centuries of literary inquiry. Rather than, like the rest of us, letting the computers lead.The results are adventurous, witty, challenging, profound. The old questions can finally get new answers-as the prelude to new big questions. Canon/Archive is the fulfillment and further development of "distant reading," adding a rare, full-length monument to the piecemeal progress of the digital humanities. No student, teacher, or inquisitive reader of literature will want to be without this book-just as no one interested in the new data-attentive methods in history, criticism, and the social sciences can afford to evade its summons.ISBN: 978-0-9970318-7-4"Canon/Archive embodies a new mode of thought . . . It is an important book of literary criticism, likely as important as any published this year."-Bill Benzon, 3 Quarks Daily "With scores of graphs and tables, Canon/Archive looks like a collection of scientific papers. And yet, the suspenseful narratives that link the graphs don't sound at all like (modern) science . . . This book offers new, consequential arguments about topics that have long been central to literary study: the nature of genre, the history of the novel, the stylistic strategies that make some writers more prominent than others . . . It has been clear for several decades that quantitative methods could produce real discoveries about literary history; this volume also proves that those discoveries can be communicated in a lively, suspenseful way."-Ted Underwood, Public Books "Franco Moretti's work has helped to make 'computational criticism,' and the digital humanities more generally, into a real intellectual movement . . . securing a permanent seat at the table for a new critical paradigm-something that happens only rarely."-Joshua Rothman, New Yorker "The Literary Lab tackles literary problems by scientific means: hypothesis-testing, computational modeling, quantitative analysis. . . . For the Literary Lab, [evidence] suggests that there are formal aspects of literature that people, unaided, cannot detect."-Kathryn Schulz, New York Times Book Review "The experience of reading Moretti is never less than exhilarating. No one conveys better the sheer fun of literary research, or invests the discipline with such an air of discovery and possibility."-James English, Los Angeles Review of Books | 150 x 230 x 20mm | 532g | 315 pages.


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    Photography: Essays & Images, Illustrated Readings in the History of Photography by Newhall, Beaumont

    New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1980. Paperback. First edition, first printing. Near Fine paperback with light tanning at the edges of the covers and touch of soiling; square tight binding with no creasing to spine. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. Edited with an introduction by Beaumont Newhall. 328 pages; 190 b&w plates and text illustrations; 8 x 11 inches. Index. "A source book for students of the history of photography as an art and a narrative for the general reader." 53 separate pieces that begin with a 1760 prediction of photography and an 1802 report by Wedgwood & Davy on their experiments to copy paintings onto glass through texts on the daguerreotype and early exhibitions, to criticism by Baudelaire, Leger, and Moholy-Nagy, Steiglitz on pictorialism, a credo by Ansel Adams, to an essay on found photography and finally, concluding with a 1971 interview with Walker Evans. In between we hear from or see the work of Cameron, Fox Talbot, Scott Archer, Henry Peach Robinson, Emerson, Jacob Riis, Paul Strand, Edward Steichen, Eadweard Muybridge, Nadar, Beaumont and Nancy Newhall, Francis Frith, Edward Weston, Berenice Abbot, Dorothea Lange, Aaron Siskind, Minor White, and others.


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    Lipstick Traces: A Secret History of the Twentieth Century by Greil Marcus

    Cambridge, Mass., United States: HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2009. Paperback. New/-. Greil Marcus, author of "Mystery Train", widely acclaimed as the best book ever written about America as seen through its music, began work on this new book out of a fascination with the Sex Pistols: that scandalous antimusical group, invented in London in 1975 and dead within two years, which sparked the emergence of the culture called punk. 'I am an antichrist!' shouted singer Johnny Rotten - where in the world of pop music did that come from? Looking for an answer, with a high sense of the drama of the journey, Marcus takes us down the dark paths of counterhistory, a route of blasphemy, adventure, and surprise. This is no mere search for cultural antecedents. Instead, what Marcus so brilliantly shows is that various kinds of angry, absolute demands - demands on society, art, and all the governing structures of everyday life - seem to be coded in phrases, images, and actions passed on invisibly, but inevitably, by people quite unaware of each other. Marcus lets us hear strange yet familiar voices: of such heretics as the Brethren of the Free Spirit in medieval Europe and the Ranters in seventeenth-century England; the dadaists in Zurich in 1916 and Berlin in 1918, wearing death masks, chanting glossolalia; one Michel Mourre, who in 1950 took over Easter Mass at Notre-Dame to proclaim the death of God; the Lettrist International and the Situationist International, small groups of Paris-based artists and writers surrounding Guy Debord, who produced blank-screen films, prophetic graffiti, and perhaps the most provocative social criticism of the 1950s and '60s; the rioting students and workers of May '68, scrawling cryptic slogans on city walls and bringing France to a halt; and, the Sex Pistols in London, recording the savage "Anarchy in the U.K.", and "God Save the Queen". Although the Sex Pistols shape the beginning and the end of the story, "Lipstick Traces" is not a book about music; it is about a common voice, discovered and transmitted in many forms. Working from scores of previously unexamined and untranslated essays, manifestos, and filmscripts, from old photographs, dada sound poetry, punk songs, collages, and classic texts from Marx to Henri Lefebvre, Marcus takes us deep behind the acknowledged events of our era, into a hidden tradition of moments that would seem imaginary except for the fact that they are real: a tradition of shared utopias, solitary refusals, impossible demands, and unexplained disappearances. Written with grace and force, humor and an insistent sense of tragedy and danger, "Lipstick Traces" tells a story as disruptive and compelling as the century itself. | 496 pages | 160.02 x 231.14 x 30.48mm | 657.71g.


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    Peter Halley: Collected Essays, 1981-87 by Halley, Peter

    New York: Sonnabend Gallery, 1989. Paperback. Fine/As New paperback in a Fine/As New dust jacket. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. Second edition, Sonnabend Gallery, 1989. 203 pages; 19 b&w illustrations; 5.25 x 7 inches. From an unnumbered edition limited to 2000 copies. Essays on art and other artists by the painter, writer, teacher, and publisher, Peter Halley.


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