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I CH TH U S : Iesos CHristos THeou Uíos Soter . . . [caption title]
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I CH TH U S : Iesos CHristos THeou Uíos Soter . . . [caption title]

by [Baer, Dorothea (Tyler) [ill.]]

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[New York]: Uranian Press, 1962. First Edition. Broadside. Near fine. Baer, Dorothy [Tyler]. [ca. 1962]. Broadside, approximately 6½ x 5½ inches. Printed in red on green paper. Embossed with seal of Uranian Press in lower margin. Signatures of Dorothea Baer and Richard O. Tyler over rubber stamps of their monograms on verso. Faint toning at bottom edge, else fine. Small Uranian press broadside of the ancient Christian symbol of the fish, in a decorative border, signed in the print by Dorothea Baer Tyler with her "d.b.t." monogram. The caption prints, "ICHTHUS," the Greek word for fish, as an acronym for the Greek words for "Jesus Christ, Son of God, Saviour." No date is provided for the print, but circa 1962 is likely; that year, "ichthus" was also printed on the cover of the Uranian Press's 1962 portfolio, 9 GNOSTIC TRACTS (there, in Greek letters), in red on green paper. Dorothea Baer Tyler frequently alternated, as she does here between the initials in the print and those in her monogram on the… Read more
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I REMEMBER

I REMEMBER

by Brainard, Joe

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New York: Angel Hair Books, 1970. First Edition. Softcover. Near fine. 10 inches tall. [36] pp. Pictorial wrappers, saddle-stapled. Covers lightly rubbed, corners lightly bumped, else near fine. One of 700 unnumbered copies (of a total of 726) printed for Angel Hair Books by Chapel Press in Williamstown, Massachusetts. First edition of Brainard's celebrated prose-poem memoir. In 2001, Paul Auster called it a "masterpiece": "One by one, the so-called important books of our time will be forgotten, but Joe Brainard's modest little gem will endure. In simple, forthright, declarative sentences, he charts the map of the human soul and permanently alters the way we look at the world. I REMEMBER is both uproariously funny and deeply moving. It is also one of the few totally original books I have ever read.” Clay and Phillips, p. 179.
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THE ICONOGRAPHY OF HELL ... EARLY DRAMA, ART, AND MUSIC SERIES, 17

THE ICONOGRAPHY OF HELL ... EARLY DRAMA, ART, AND MUSIC SERIES, 17

by Davidson, Clifford, and Thomas H. Seiler (eds.); [Pamela Sheingorn, Barbara D. Palmer, Philip Butterworth, Richard Rastall, Ann Faulkner, Peter Meredith, Cecile Williamson Cary]

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ISBN 13
9781879288027
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1879288028
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Kalamazoo, Michigan: Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University, 1992. First Edition. Softcover. Near fine. xii,215 pp. plus 23 plates. Original pictorial wrappers. Light wear to wrappers. Near fine. Essays include Pamela Sheingorn's "'Who Can Open the Doors of His Face?' The Iconography of Hell Mouth," Barbara D. Palmer's "The Inhabitants of Hell: Devils," Philip Butterworth's "Hellfire: Flame as Special Effect," Richard Rastall's "The Sounds of Hell," and Thomas H. Seiler's "Filth and Stench as Aspects of the Iconography of Hell."
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ILLUMINATIONS IMAGES BY ORIOLE FARB FESHBACH FOR THE POEM "ASPHODEL, THAT GREENY...
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ILLUMINATIONS IMAGES BY ORIOLE FARB FESHBACH FOR THE POEM "ASPHODEL, THAT GREENY FLOWER" BY WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS

by Williams, William Carlos; Oriole Farb Feshbach (ill.); Stanley Kunitz (forward); Amy Clampitt (intro.)

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9781877675096
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1877675091
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New York: Midmarch Arts Press, 1991. First Edition. Softcover. Fine. Oriole Farb Feshbach. Quarto. x,86 pp. Publisher's pictorial wrappers. Signed by Oriole Farb Feshbach on title page. Fine.
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AN ILLUSTRATION OF THE BOOK OF COMMON-PRAYER, AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE SACRAMENTS, AND OTHER...
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AN ILLUSTRATION OF THE BOOK OF COMMON-PRAYER, AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE SACRAMENTS, AND OTHER RITES AND CEREMONIES OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. . .

by Warner, Ferdinando

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London: Printed for the Proprietors, and sold by James Hodges, 1754. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. Folio. [684] pp. plus four plates (including frontispiece), as called for. Contemporary speckled calf, gilt rules, raised bands, gilt leather label. Modern bookplate in front pastedown and small monogram inkstamp in frontispiece leaf recto and title page, earlier inkstamp of Cornwall House in front free endpaper. Front joint split at head of spine, headband perished, some edgwear to binding, reinforcement of front hinge in clear tape, minor worming in lower margin of first twelve leaves. Contents bright and clean. Good to very good. Scarce first collected edition, complete with four plates. The plates depict St. Paul's Cathedral, worshipers at the Church of St. Margaret at Westminster Abbey, the Last Supper, and the Baptism of Jesus. Issued in weekly parts between 1752 and 1754 "as that the common people could purchase it with ease, and neither the price nor size might affright them… Read more
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IN ADVANCE OF THE BROKEN ARM
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IN ADVANCE OF THE BROKEN ARM

by Padgett, Ron; Ted Berrigan (ed.)

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New York: Lorenz Gude [i.e. "C" Press], 1964. Second Edition. Softcover. Very good. Brainard, Joe. 11 inches tall. [17] leaves, printed recto only, including 2 full-page illustrations. Pictorial covers, side-stapled. Title page signed and inscribed by Padgett. Small ink notes also in title page: "NY65" and ".75." Covers lightly toned and dust-soiled, else near fine. Numbered 71 of a limited second edition of 200 signed copies. With a new cover design and two new drawings (replacing the original four) by Joe Brainard. Padgett signs the title page, “Ron,” below his printed name; above it, he writes, “‘I like the sound of my voice’ – Ted Berrigan.”
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