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by Saroyan, Aram (ed.); John Perrault, Ted Berrigan, Ron Padgett, Clark Coolidge, Bernadette Mayer, Joseph Ceravolo, Vito Hannibal Acconci, Robert Viscusi, Robert Lax, bpNichol, Tom Clark, Dom Sylvester Houédard, Joe Brainard, William Burroughs, John

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New York: Lines, 1965. First Edition. Softcover. Near fine. 11 inches tall. [2],41 pp., including 9 full-page illustrations (one printed in red). Stiff printed covers, side-stapled. "NY65" inscribed in upper margin of title page. Mild creasing in front cover and light rubbing to both covers, else near fine. The sixth and final issue of Aram Saroyans journal, which Clay and Phillips rank among the most elegant of all the 1960s mimeograph magazines (pp. 210-211).
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NATIVITY

NATIVITY

by Sassoon, Siegfried

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[London]: Faber & Gwyer, Limited, 1927. Softcover. Near fine. Paul Nash. [3] pp. including wrappers, plus tinted plate. Purple pictorial wrappers, stitched. Minor wear at edges, else near fine. First trade edition. Number 7 of the Ariel Poems, printed at The Curwen Press. Designs and frontispiece plate by Paul Nash.
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BREAD

BREAD

by [Schumann, Peter]

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Glover, Vermont: Bread and Puppet, 1984. First Edition. Softcover. Fine. Peter Schumann et al.. Quarto. [16] pp. including illustrations. Original pictorial self-wrappers, stapled. A fine copy. First edition of Bread and Puppet founder Peter Schumann's essay on and recipe for Silesian bread, illustrated with numerous photographic and woodcut images.
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AN OPEN LETTER TO YOU PRESIDENT WILSON BY JOSEPH W. SHARTS WHO WAS ONE OF COUNSEL FOR EUGENE V....

AN OPEN LETTER TO YOU PRESIDENT WILSON BY JOSEPH W. SHARTS WHO WAS ONE OF COUNSEL FOR EUGENE V. DEBS IN HIS TRIAL AT CLEVELAND, OHIO

by Sharts, Joseph W.

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[New York: Workers Defense Union, 1919]. First Edition. Softcover. Very good. Bifolium. [4] pp. Small chip arly horizontal folds, toning. Overall very good. A fundraising appeal on behalf of the Workers Defense Union for political prisoners held under the Espionage Act of 1917. Ohio-born Joseph Sharts (1875-1965) was a prominent attorney and Socialist Party leader who widely defended American socialists, Communists, and Communist sympathizers), including Eugene Debs and the defrocked Episcopal bishop, William Montgomery Brown, who was tried for heresy in 1924 and 1925. In the present leaflet, Sharts asks President Wilson how Confederates of a generation earlier would compare to workers' rights activists imprisoned at the time. He notes that "when the Slaveholder's Rebellion" burst out," Wilson's father had been a staunch supporter of the Confederacy: "If this means anything it means that your father, Mr. President, openly advocated and urged the overthrow of the government of the United States,… Read more
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EXTERMINATION CAMP

EXTERMINATION CAMP

by Sheen, George

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London: Digit Books (Brown, Watson Ltd.), [1958]. First Edition. Softcover. Very good. 155,[1],[4] pp. Original pictorial wrappers. Bookseller's inkstamp in rear wrapper recto. Modest wear. Very good. Pulp fiction, set chiefly in a Nazi concentration and death camps. The protagonist is a German (gentile) enemy of state, who eventually escapes the death camp and exacts revenge upon his captors. OCLC records one copy, at the British Library. Rare.
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RAMILLETE DE EPISTOLAS, Y ORACIONES CELESTIALES PARA FECUNDAR TODO GENERO DE ESPIRITUS. NACIDO EN...
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Barcelona: Juan Cassañes y Jayme Suriá, 1698. Hardcover. Very good. [20],476,[28] pp. Printed in two columns. In Spanish. Half title. Contemporary three-quarter sheep and marbled boards, gilt spine rules, gilt leather label, edges speckled in red. Early alphanumerical inscriptions in pastedowns. Binding scuffed and rubbed, internally fine. Early Spanish edition of the letters and prayers of St. Catherine of Siena. St. Catherine (1347-1380), virgin and Doctor of the Church, is known for her lifetime of asceticism and mystical experience, her diplomatic efforts on behalf of Popes Gregory XI and Urban VI at the end of the tumultuous 1370's, and her brilliant intellect. Despite her youth and lack of formal education, her writings are considered both theological masterpieces and classics of Tuscan literature. The letters and prayers here were translated into Castilian from the original vernacular Tuscan on order of Spanish Cardinal and Grand Inquisitor Francisco Jiménez de… Read more
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MORATORIUM: OCTOBER 15, 1969

MORATORIUM: OCTOBER 15, 1969

by Sivack, Denis

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New York: [The author], 1970. First Edition. Broadside. Near fine. Broadside, 14 x 11 inches. Light toning at right edge, else fine. Poetry broadside by writer and photographer Denis Sivack, recounting scenes of the day of the Moratorium to End the War in Vietnam mass demonstrations in New York. He drives in the morning from Staten Island, where he sees a Black army recuit staring into the distance, to Brooklyn, where he listens to variety of voices, including a representative of Women Strike for Peace, members of the Black Panthers, and the poet David Henderson, and finally to Washington Square in Greenwich Village, where he sees the statistics of the war dead on the Judson Memorial Church bulletin board and is left with the image of the darkness after a vigil's last candle "had burned to nothing and the last man had walked away." OCLC records two copies, at Brown and SUNY Buffalo (2017).
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THE DAY FIVE THOUSAND FISH DIED IN THE CHARLES RIVER

THE DAY FIVE THOUSAND FISH DIED IN THE CHARLES RIVER

by Spicer, Jack

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Pleasant Valley New York: Kriya Press, 1967. First Edition. Broadside. Near fine. Broadside, 16 x 11 inches. Numbered 80 of 100 copies. Light wear at edges. Near fine. One of the first six broadsides printed at the Kriya Press, in the year it was founded at the Sri Ram Ashrama in Pleasant Valley.
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THE LITTLE BLACK SAMBO STORY BOOK : A TREASURY OF SUNSHINE STORIES FOR CHILDREN

THE LITTLE BLACK SAMBO STORY BOOK : A TREASURY OF SUNSHINE STORIES FOR CHILDREN

by Stephenson, Eunice

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Philadelphia: The John C. Winston Co., 1930. Hardcover. Very good. Eunice Stephenson. 95 pp. including numerous in-text color illustrations. Publisher's pictorial blue cloth, stamped in black, green, and red, color pictorial plate mounted to front board. Christmas 1939 gift inscription on verso of front free endpaper, small pencil scribbles on two endpapers, and faint pencil scribbles on rear board. Binding moderately scuffed and worn. Overall a very good copy. An unusual early version of the Little Sambo story, featuring the title character as an Indian boy dealing with a succession of hungry tigers. With seventeen additional stories (in which Sambo does not appear). Part of the Winston Easy-to-Read Story Books series. OCLC records three copies, at the Library of Congress, University of Florida, and Toronto Public Library.
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DE TELLURIBUS IN MUNDO NOSTRO SOLARI, QUAE VOCANTUR PLANETAE: ET DE TELLURIBUS IN COELO...
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DE TELLURIBUS IN MUNDO NOSTRO SOLARI, QUAE VOCANTUR PLANETAE: ET DE TELLURIBUS IN COELO ASTRIFERO: DEQUE ILLARUM INCOLIS; TUM DE SPIRITIBUS & ANGELIS IBI; EX AUDITIS & VISIS

by [Swedenborg, Emanuel]

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London: [John Lewis], 1758. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. Quarto. 72 pp. Errata leaf not present, as usual. In Latin. Late 19th-century red morocco, raised bands, gilt spine title, inner gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers, a.e.g. Mid 19th-century ownership inscription in title page and underlining and extensive marginal notes in English and Latin from the same owner at various points throughout. Some loss to manuscript marginalia from trimming. Minor wear and soiling to binding and occasional soiling and foxing in contents. Very good. First edition, in Latin, of one of Swedenborg's early mystical writings, published anonymously by John Lewis in London in an edition of 1000 copies. This work, later published in English as "Concerning the Earths in our Solar System, which are called Planets; and concerning the Earths in the Starry Heaven; together with an account of their inhabitants, and also of the spirits and angels there..." is an account of Swedenborg's spiritual… Read more
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ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY IN CONNECTICUT

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY IN CONNECTICUT

by Swett, Paul P

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[S.l.], 1946. First Separate Edition. Hardcover. Fine. [3],76,[2] pp. Original half gray and green cloth. Fine. Reprinted from the Connecticut State Medical Journal.
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THE DIRTY GOAT

THE DIRTY GOAT

by Szoka, Elzbieta & Joe W. Bratcher III (eds.)

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Austin: Host Publications, 1989. First Edition. Softcover. Very good. Quarto. [4],99 pp. Original pictorial wrappers. Original price sticker on front wrapper, upper outer corner bumped, rear wrapper and a few rear leaves nicked. Overall very good. First issue of the Austin, Texas literary/arts journal, featuring works of critical theory, creative prose, poetry, drama, and visual art by various authors and translators. It includes one piece by Frank O'Hara, "Act and Portrait -- Frank O'Hara Text to an Alfred Leslie Film," followed by images of three paintings by Leslie.
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