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MANY HAPPY RETURNS : TO DICK GALLUP
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MANY HAPPY RETURNS : TO DICK GALLUP

by Berrigan, Ted

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New York: Printed by Grabhorn-Hoyem in San Francisco for Angel Hair Magazine, 1967. First Edition. Softcover. Near fine. Bifolium, 9½ x 7 inches. [4] pp. Title and colophon printed red. Signed by Ted Berrigan. Two contemporary ink corrections on second page. Very light dust-soiling on p. [4], else fine. One of 200 unlettered copies printed for Christmas (an additional four copies lettered and signed were printed hors commerce); signed by Berrigan. Berrigan dedicates the poem to Richard Gallup and refers within it to various other friends and poets throughout, including Joanne Kyger, Jack Kerouac, Anne Waldman, and Lewis Warsh. Fischer, p. 30.
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MASKS AND MASKING IN MEDIEVAL AND EARLY TUDOR ENGLAND

MASKS AND MASKING IN MEDIEVAL AND EARLY TUDOR ENGLAND

by Twycross, Meg, and Sarah Carpenter

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9780754602309
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0754602303
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Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate, 2002. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine. [10],418 pp., containing in-text illustrations. Publisher's pictorial blue cloth. No dust jacket, as issued. Pencil ownership signature in front free endpaper. Fine. "Drawing on broad research, this study explores the different social and theatrical masking activities in England during the Middle Ages and the early 16th century. The authors present a coherent explanation of the many functions of masking, emphasizing the important links among festive practice, specialized ceremonial, and drama" (publisher). From Ashgate's STUDIES IN PERFORMANCE AND EARLY MODERN DRAMA series.
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THE MASTER RACE MENTALITY "WE OR THEY"

THE MASTER RACE MENTALITY "WE OR THEY"

by Anspacher, Louis K.

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New York: Island Workshop Press, 1945. First Edition. Softcover. Near fine. 29 pp. Approx. 8 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches. Original printed wrappers. Light wear to wrappers, else near fine. A late-World War II anti-German, anti-Isolationist polemic by the American playwright and poet, Louis K. Anspacher, including several pages of his verse. Anspacher argues that the Pan-German mentality infects the minds of Germany as a whole, not merely the Nazi leadership, and that Anglo-American civilization must destroy it utterly lest it continue to re-emerge in history. He spares little: "The German soldier is still a serf. He accepts no moral or civic responsibility whatever. He would rather obey than think. He is trained to unconditional and unthinking, blind obedience. This Herrenvolk soldier is the most slavishly robotted animal in history. This is why the German soldier at command will take low advantage of armistice terms as he did in Paris on August 23rd, 1944. He will murder innocent civilians,… Read more
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A MIDSUMMER'S NIGHT'S DREAM : A CRITICAL GUIDE

by Buccola, Regina (ed.); [Dorothea Keller, Jeremy Lopez, Tom Clayton, Paul Menzer, Mathhew Woodcock, Annaliese Connolly, Tripthi Pillai, Adrienne Eastwood]; [William Shakespeare]

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9781847061355
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1847061354
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London: Continuum, 2010. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine. xii,212 pp. Publisher's cloth. No dust jacket, as issued. Near fine.
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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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MORE I REMEMBER

MORE I REMEMBER

by Brainard, Joe

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New York: Angel Hair Books, 1972. First Edition. Softcover. Near fine. 10 inches tall. [42] pp. Pictorial wrappers, saddle-stapled. Covers lightly rubbed, corners lightly bumped, else near fine. One of 800 unnumbered copies (of a total of 826) printed for Angel Hair Books by Chapel Press in Williamstown, Massachusetts. First edition of Brainard's first follow-up to his 1970 prose-poem memoir classic, I REMEMBER. Clay and Phillips, p. 179.
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MUCKLEFOOT MISCELLANY
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MUCKLEFOOT MISCELLANY

by Kaplan, Victor Lorenz (poetry); Dorothea Baer [Tyler] (woodcuts)

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New York: Hand set in Caslon Old Face & Priory Text, by M. Martin & C. Skalba, apprentices, & printed at Uranian Press N.Y.C., 1960. First Edition. Broadside. Fine. Tyler, Dorothea Baer. 4 broadsides, approximately 20 x 8½ inches, in original printed paper folder, 21 x 8¾ inches. Printed on tan paper. Signed and numbered in pencil on front cover of folder by Baer and Kaplan. Front cover of folder embossed with seal of the Uranian Press. Fine. Numbered 298 of 400 copies. The first Uranian Press "Broadside Ballads Folio," inspired by the the blackletter broadside ballad of Elizabethan England, advertised in the 1960 Uranian Press Catalogue One, and sold by Uranian Press founder Richard O. Tyler in the Judson Church Yard in Greenswich Village. The poems are composed by Victor Lorenz Kaplan, a.k.a. Ralph Mucklefoot, type set by young apprentices Michael Martin and Conard Skalbo, and illustrated with woodcuts by Dorothea Baer, wife of Richard Tyler and co-founder of the Uranian Press and the later… Read more
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