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London: Printed for W. Jones, 1716. 32pp. Octavo (signed in 4s). Extracted from bound pamphlet volume, largely untrimmed. Gathering C foxed, else very good. One of two editions published in the same year, with the same imprint. The other is paginated at 25,[1]pp., priority unknown. ESTC T39162.

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New York & London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1891. Sq. octavo. Gilt plum cloth, a.e.g. Six plates by Harry Fenn, et al. Head and toe of spine a bit worn, cloth sizing spotted along upper joint and spine; a good to very good, sound copy. First edition of this collection, dedicated by the author "to my fellow-miners of California and the Pacific Coast...." This copy lacks the errata slip found in some copies. Not in Cowan.

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FLOWERS IN HERALDRY

Ibbett, Vera

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Vancouver: The Alcuin Society, 1977. Folio (350 x 265 mm). Loose signatures, laid into three-piece leather and cloth folder, the whole enclosed in folding cloth clamshell box. Illustrations in color. Prospectus laid in. Other than a few stray marks to the clamshell box, fine. First edition, limited issue. Copy A-3 of 100 specials in the A sequence, numbered and signed by the calligrapher / artist. The entire edition consisted of 2300 copies. A faithful rendering of Ibbett's original calligraphy and drawings of plant specimens collected on the North Downs.

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London: Printed for John Wyat, 1720. [4],24pp. Quarto. Extracted from bound volume. Single stamp of a defunct mercantile Library, otherwise a very good copy, with the half- title. First edition. According to the DNB, this sermon "gave offence, and was answered by Silas Drayton in a pamphlet entitled 'Gallio reproved,' 1721, by Joseph Slade in 'Gallionism truly stated,' 1721, and by another writer under the pseudonym of 'Philoclesius'." ESTC T39668.

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L'EXISTERIE

Ibrahim, Kamal

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[ Gigondas en Vaucluse]: Atelier des Graines, 1978. Small octavo. Open-sewn decorated self- wrappers. Printed in white on black stock. About fine. First edition. Illustrated with a polychrome wood engraving by Michel Beauvais. From a total edition of five hundred copies, this is copy #53 of one hundred numbered copies. Published in the Collection Grames-écriture.

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Copenhagen: Gyldendalske Boghandels Forlag, 1879. Contemporary quarter calf and boards. Extremities worn, narrow crack in upper portion of one joint, some light foxing and modest soiling, but a good to very good copy, bound with the half-title. First edition of one of Ibsen's most successful mid-career plays, translated into English almost immediately as THE DOLL'S HOUSE, or alternatively, in 1880, as NORA, OR THE DOLL'S HOUSE. Next to HEDDA GABLER, this is possibly Ibsen's most widely known play, remarkable for its frank and innovative theatrical treatment of sexual and social emancipation for women. PRINTING AND THE MIND OF MAN 375 (note).

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POEMS

Ibsen, Henrik

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New York: Vincent Fitzgerald & Company, 1987. Quarto. Full handwoven decorative cloth over boards. Illustrated with original colored etchings and a four panel gatefold three- color lithograph. Faint bookplate shadow on front pastedown, otherwise fine in silk- covered gilt-stamped folding clamshell box (lower fore-tip rubbed, small sticker shadow in lower corner of upper panel). First edition of these translations by Michael Feingold, accompanied by a translator's Foreword, illustrated with five colored etchings and a lithograph by Neil Welliver. One of seventy-five numbered copies, from an edition of ninety-five copies printed by Daniel Keleher of Wild Carrot Letterpress on handmade Dieu Donné paper. The etchings were printed by Shigemiotsu Tsukaguchi, and the lithograph at Blackburn's Printmaking Workshop. The handwoven fabric for the cover was made by Sara Dochow.

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Copenhagen: Gyldendalske Boghandels Forlag, 1888. 233pp. Bound with: NAR VI DODE VAGNER. EN DRAMATISK EPILOG I TRE AKTER. Copenhagen & Berlin: Gyldendalske Boghandels Forlag / S. Fischer, 1899. 202pp. Two volumes bound in one. Modern half calf and cloth. Very good copies. First editions of two of Ibsen's most significant later plays, the first translated in 1890 as THE LADY FROM THE SEA, and the latter as WHEN WE DEAD AWAKEN, in 1899.

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Copenhagen: Gyldendalske Boghandels Forlag, 1881. Original heavily decorated plum cloth, stamped in black and gilt, a.e.g. Spine a bit sunned, with signs of very careful rebacking early on, with the original backstrip retained, but a very good copy. First edition of what has been described as both the most classical and the most ruthlessly naturalistic of Ibsen's dramas, translated into English in 1889 as GHOSTS. It "caused such a turmoil in the press that it could not be acted for two years after it was published. The furor over this succès de scandale ...generally clouded the real merits of the drama - actually one of Ibsen's complex statements on inherited guilt, though it was quite literally taken as a play about hereditary disease" - Kunitz & Colby.

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A DOLL'S HOUSE ... SCREENPLAY BY ... [wrapper title]

[Ibsen, Henrik (source work)]: Rodell, John S. [screenwriter]

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[ Culver City]: Vanguard Films, 1947. 127 leaves. Quarto. Mimeographed typescript, printed on rectos only. Bradbound in typescript wrappers. Near fine. Copy #21 of a "first draft" of this adaptation of Ibsen's play for film, made under the auspices of David O. Selznick. The project was unrealized. While Rodell does not appear to have left a tremendous footprint in the film industry, his name does appear on a draft of a dramatization of the 1949 screenplay for LITTLE WOMEN.

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[Original Polish Theatrical Poster for:] DOM LALKI [A DOLL'S HOUSE]

Ibsen, Henrik [sourcework], and David Mercer [screenwriter]

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[Warsaw]: World Film Services, 1975. Polish theatrical poster (58 x 81 cm) . Folded, else near fine. A poster for the original Polish release of the 1973 Joseph Losey film adaptation of Ibsen's classic play depicting marriage, blackmail and betrayal, starring Jane Fonda, Edward Fox, and Trevor Howard, et al. With beautiful original poster art by Rene Mulas.

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SAFE CONDUCT

Ickovic, Paul

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New York: International Center of Photography, 1991. Oblong quarto. Cloth. First edition. With black-and-white photographs taken in Czechoslovakia and Hungary in 1989 and 1990. Foreword by Cornell Capa and an essay by Vaclav Havel. Two corners bumped, else fine in dust jacket.

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WILLI'S WISHFUL THINKING

[World War I Iconography]

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New York: Press of the Woolly Whale, 1939. 12mo. Cloth, paper label. A fine copy. First edition. Reproductions of a series of postcards issued by the German army for use by their troops on the occasion of their anticipated capture of Paris. One of an unspecified number of copies issued to commemorate Armistice Day. LAWSON & PANKOW 85.

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[Covelo, CA & Oberlin, OH]: Idlewild Press, 1999. Narrow large octavo. Red cloth, stamped in gilt. Illustrated. A fine copy, with two copies of the prospectus laid in. First edition. The first title to appear under the peripatetic imprint. Illustrated with seven color photographic transfers from images by the author. One of a total edition of thirty-five copies (of which ten are hors commerce), handset, printed and bound by Fraser at the Yolla Bolly Press in Perpetua types on English mouldmade paper, and signed by Fraser. The imprint and Ms. Fraser are now resident in Melbourne.

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THE GENTLE WEIGHT LIFTER

Ignatow, David

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New York: Morris Galley, 1955. Cloth. First edition of the author's second book. One of a total edition of 500 copies, of which many remained unbound. This copy is bound, but not numbered. Fine in near very good, somewhat edge tanned dust jacket with some dust smudges.

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THE NOTEBOOKS OF ...

Ignatow, David

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Chicago: Swallow Press, 1973. Large octavo. Cloth. First edition. Edited by Ralph J. Mills, Jr. Faint dust speckling to cloth, and to top edge, but a very good copy in near fine dust jacket.

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A CHAPBOOK FOR DAVID IGNATOW

[Ignatow, David]: Stocking, David M. [ed]

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Beloit: Beloit Poetry Journal, 1954. XXVI:1. Stiff printed wrappers. Tanning at wrapper edges, else very good. Issued as Chapbook #14, with cover photo by Malanga and illustrations by Rose Graubart. All hands on deck in homage, this being contributor Cid Corman's copy, with his ownership inscription dated 20 November 1975.

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FIGURES OF THE HUMAN

Ignatow, David

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Middletown: Wesleyan, 1964. Square octavo. Decorated wrappers. First edition, wrapper issue, of the poet's fourth collection. Minor rubbing, else a nice copy.

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FIGURES OF THE HUMAN

Ignatow, David

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Middletown: Wesleyan, 1964. Square octavo. Decorated wrappers. First edition, wrapper issue, of the poet's fourth collection, inscribed and signed by him on the half-title to poet/publisher James Laughlin. Spine somewhat tanned, else a nice copy.

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THE GENTLE WEIGHT LIFTER

Ignatow, David

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New York: Morris Galley, 1955. Unbound, rough trimmed signatures. First edition of the author's second book. One of a total edition of 500 copies, of which many remained unbound, as here. Red marker strike on recto of intended binder's pastedown, otherwise fine.

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