Edition of copies, published March, , printed in rectos only. Rumpled at bottom, horizontal crease, VG otherwise. Earle Birney's copy, signed on the tape "earle birney, Vancouver June". Birney had begun to get into concrete poetry himself by this time. Catalogus: Canadian Literature. Nichol, Barbara.
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Book I and Book II. Tundra Books, c, c Binding pretty solid with hinges intact. Two corners just rubbed through. Spine-ends evenly rubbed across with small amount of fraying and paper exposed. Spine cloth a little sun-touched. Ownership sig to frontpastedown Isabelle Fathuaer?
Le Malade imaginaire - Molière
Two pages within yellowed from a small March 6 datelined clipping laid-in: "Show Cast Quits Over Salary Cut" joint resignation "believed to be a Broadway first". Very Good. Signed by Author s. Reiner Books Professionele verkoper. Catalogus: General 1. Delagrave et Cie, Paris, Etiquettes de code sur les couvertures. Rousseurs sur les tranches. Etat d'usage. L'avanturier hollandois, ou La vie et les avantures divertissantes d'un Hollandois.
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Pages de titre en rouge et noir. Bon exemplaire. Translation of the author himself. The novel was only reprinted in under another title. Title pages in red and black. Binders full brown calf vintage granite.
Back with ornate nerves. Title pieces in red morocco and tomaison in Havana morocco. Missing head and upper joint at the head of Volume II.
A slight hitch to the last box at the tail of Volume II. Good copy.
Jonathan Cape Paperback, pp. I try to imagine what it would feel like if it was you but it s impossible to conjure the world without you, even though we ve been apart so long. I didn t leave you anything. You got to live my life. That s enough.
Instead I m experimenting I ve left the whole lot to the twins. I hope they ll enjoy it. Don t worry, it will be okay. Say goodbye to Jack for me. Love, despite everything, e Julia and Valentina Poole are normal American teenagers normal, at least, for identical mirror twins who have no interest in college or jobs or possibly anything outside their cozy suburban home.
But everything changes when they receive notice that an aunt whom they didn t know existed has died and left them her flat in an apartment block overlooking Highgate Cemetery in London. They feel that at last their own lives can begin. It is certain to cement her standing as one of the most singular and remarkable novelists of our time. Catalogus: General. Near Mint. Montreal, Drawn and Quarterly Petits Livres. Mass market paperback Near fine.
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Short 8vo, square. In wrappers, flaps front and rear. Sketch illus. Catalogus: Art and Architecture. The Hague. Soft cover. Publisher's paper binding is sound but edgeworn at spine. Moderate ex-library stamps, no markings on the interior pages.
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The pictures are wonderful, wonderful. Le Petit Nicolas. There goes the human, he would think, scratching paper again. Figaro makes his first appearance on stage in Beaumarchais' The Barber of Seville. Anglo-Irish politician Edmund Burke publishes Reflections on the Revolution in France , a blistering attack on recent events across the Channel. Go to Burke, Edmund —97 in World Encyclopedia 1 ed. Thomas Paine moves hurriedly to France, to escape a charge of treason in England for opinions expressed in his Rights of Man. Victor Hugo's romantic drama Hernani provokes a riot in the Paris audience on the first night.
Go to Stendhal — in World Encyclopedia 1 ed. Alexis de Tocqueville publishes in French the first two volumes of his extremely influential study Democracy in America. Gustave Flaubert publishes Madame Bovary , a novel of frustrated romanticism in a provincial French context. Charles Baudelaire publishes his first and extremely influential collection of poems, Les Fleurs du Mal. Go to Verlaine, Paul —96 in World Encyclopedia 1 ed.
Gertrude Stein leaves the USA to share with her brother an apartment in Paris that soon becomes a literary and artistic salon. Go to Stein, Gertrude 3 Feb. Go to France, Anatole — in World Encyclopedia 1 ed. Alain-Fournier completes his semi-autobiographical novel Le Grand Meaulnes. The author H. Munro 'Saki' is killed by a sniper's bullet on a battlefield in France.
Wounded at the front on the Somme, the poet Wilfred Owen is invalided home to Britain. James Joyce's novel Ulysses is published in Paris, by Sylvia Beach, because of censorship problems elsewhere. French author Jean Cocteau publishes Les Enfants Terribles , a novel about a brother and sister in a suffocatingly claustrophobic relationship. Go to Cocteau, Jean — in World Encyclopedia 1 ed. French playwright Jean Anouilh has his first play, L'Hermine , produced and published.
Gertrude Stein publishes a best-selling account of her own life under the title The Autobiography of Alice B.