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    ALAIN.
    $20.00
    (np): New Directions, 1974. First edition. [8 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. Original mailing envelope present. Translated from the original French by Richard Pevear. The final chapter of Alain's THE GODS, here issued for friends of Elizabeth and Richard Pevear, Ann & J. Laughlin, and New Directions.
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    ALLAIN, Marcel and Pierre Souvestre.
    $25.00
    NY: William Morrow (1986). First printing of this edition. 324 pp. Near fine in near fine dust jacket that is lightly toned and faded along the spine. Introduction by John Ashbery.
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    ALLAIN, Marcel and Pierre Souvestre.
    $25.00
    NY: William Morrow (1987). First printing of this edition. 237 pp. Very near fine in near fine dust jacket with sunning to red pigment on spine. Introduction by Edward Gorey.
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    APOLLINAIRE, Guillaume.
    $25.00
    Manchester: Carcanet (1985). First edition. 139 pp. Near fine in near fine dust jacket that is lightly toned and has a wrinkle along the top edge of the rear panel. Translated from the French by Ron Padgett.
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    ARAGON, Louis and Henri Cartier-Bresson.
    $1,250.00
    NY: Limited Editions Club (1994). First edition. Folio. 163 pp w/translator’s notes. Fine in full gray-green semi-rough woven Japanese fabric over boards. Fine publisher’s slipcase. Translated from the original French by Simon Watson Taylor. Illustrated with seven lithographs and one photogravure by Henri Cartier-Bresson. One of 300 numbered copies on Velin Arches paper SIGNED by Cartier-Bresson. Club Newsletter specific to this volume laid-in.
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    ARAGON, Louis.
    $20.00
    London: Picador/Pan (1980). First UK trade paperback printing. 222 pp w/translator’s notes. Pages toned (cheap paper) else near fine in illustrated wrappers with an old price sticker on the rear cover. Translated from the original French by Simon Watson Taylor, with his introduction.
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    ARAGON, Louis.
    $35.00
    London & NY: John Calder/Riverrun (1987). First edition. 185 pp. Pages toned (cheap paper), else very near fine in near fine dust jacket with lightly sunned spine. Translated from the French by Jo Levy. A volume in the Calder French Surrealist Series.
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    ARTAUD, Antonin.
    $20.00
    Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow, 1976. First edition. [20 pp]. Very near fine in stapled wrappers. English translation by Clayton Eshleman and Norman Glass. Text printed in two colors, with a reproduction of an Artaud self-portrait drawn in 1946. Sparrow 47. Morrow & Cooney 242.
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    ARTAUD, Antonin.
    $25.00
    Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow, 1976. First edition. [20 pp]. Pages unopened, else near fine in stapled wrappers. English translation by Clayton Eshleman and Norman Glass. Text printed in two colors, with a reproduction of an Artaud self-portrait drawn in 1946. SIGNED by Eshleman on the front cover. Sparrow 47. Morrow & Cooney 242.
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    ARTAUD, Antonin.
    $20.00
    Los Angeles: Black Sparrow, 1974. First edition. [14 pp]. Two corners lightly bent, else very good plus in printed wrappers with some light toning. Clayton Eshleman translates this 28 February 1947 letter from Artaud to Breton, composed just before the Duchamp-Breton curated 1947 International Surrealist Exhibition. Sparrow 23. Morrow & Cooney 183.
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    ARTAUD, Antonin.
    $20.00
    Paris: lettres modernes 1966. First edition. 59 pp. Very good plus in printed wrappers with an old price sticker on the rear cover. Original French texts with facing English translations by Paul Zweig, who also contributes an introduction.
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    ARTAUD, Antonin.
    $75.00
    London: Calder and Boyars (1969). First UK trade paperback printing. 60 pp. Very good plus in illustrated wrappers. Translated from the French by Simon Watson Taylor. Laid in is the translator's calling card INSCRIBED by Taylor, "23.vii.69 / Here, for your delectation, is probably the/ dottiest play written so far this century.* But / what a mise en scene! / Regards, S.W.T. / * Grove Press edition coming out this year." Taylor has made nine corrections to the text, including to two instances of the publisher mis-printing his name.
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    ARTAUD, Antonin.
    $50.00
    NY: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (1976). First US trade paperback printing. 105 pp. Toning to inside edges of covers, else near fine in illustrated wrappers with sunned spine. Translated from the original French by Helen Weaver.
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    ARTAUD, Antonin.
    $20.00
    Los Angeles: Black Sparrow, 1975. First edition. [20 pp]. Near fine in stapled wrappers. Translated from the original French by Clayton Eshleman and Norman Glass. Sparrow 34. Morrow & Cooney 213.
  • ARTMANN, H.C.
    $75.00
    London: Atlas Press (1992). First UK edition. 62 pp. Fine in illustrated wrappers. Translated from the original German by Derk Wynand. One of 149 (of 300) numbered copies. Artmann was a founding member of “The Vienna Group.” The Printed Head Volume II, number 2.
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    AUSTER, Paul. ed.
    $50.00
    NY: Vintage/Random House (1984). Later trade paperback printing. 635 pp w/indexes. Fine in wrappers. SIGNED by Auster on the title page.
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    AYMÉ, Marcel.
    $12.50
    NY: Atheneum, 1962. First US edition. 253 pp. Page edges foxed, else near fine in very good plus, price-clipped dust jacket. Translated from the original French by Norman Denny.
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    BACHELARD, Gaston.
    $125.00
    NY: Orion Press (1968). First printing of this edition. xii + 123 pp. Two small stamps to bottom edge, else near fine in very good dust jacket with overall edgewear, a closed tear with creases to the rear jacket flap fold. Translated from the original French by G.C. Waterston with his preface.
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    BACHELARD, Gaston.
    $20.00
    Indianapolis & NY: Library of Liberal Arts/Bobbs-Merrill (1971). First edition. xxxvii + 111 pp w/index. Very good plus in illustrated wrappers. Translated from the original French by Colette Gaudin, with her introduction.
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    BACHELARD, Gaston.
    $20.00
    Boston: Beacon (1971). First US trade paperback printing. vii + 212 pp. Very good plus in illustrated wrappers. Translated from the original French by Daniel Russell, with his preface.
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    BARBEY D’AUREVILLY, Jules-Amédée.
    $45.00
    London: Oxford University Press, 1964. First printing of this edition. xviii + 249 pp. Near fine in very good plus, price-clipped dust jacket with rubbing along spine. Introduction by Enid Starkie. Translated from the original French by Jean Kimber.
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    BARNETT, A. ed.
    $40.00
    London: Nothing Doing (formerly in London), 1973. First edition. 16 pp. Faint sunning to spine, else near fine in sewn wrappers. Presents work by Edmond Jabès, “Answer to a Letter,” J.H. Prynne’s “Es Lebe Der König,” and Paul Celan’s “Conversation in the Mountain.” Translations by Rosmarie Waldrop.
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    BARTHES, Roland.
    $20.00
    NY: Hill & Wang (1987). First US edition. 226 pp w/chronological outline. Fine in fine dust jacket. Translated from the original French by Richard Howard.
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    BARTHES, Roland.
    $15.00
    Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press (1987). First US edition. 104 pp w/index. Light foxing to page edges, else near fine in near fine dust jacket. Translated from the original French by Philip Thody, with his introduction.
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    BATAILLE, Georges writing as “Pierre Angélique.”
    $1,250.00
    Paris: Olympia Press, 1956. First printing of this edition (originally published in 1941). 45 pp. Near fine in wrappers and near fine printed dust jacket. Preface by Georges Bataille, to this work by Georges Bataille, published under the Angélique pseudonym. Translated from the original French by Austryn Wainouse, as “Audiart.” A retitled MADAME EDWARDA, the change to avoid trouble with the French authorities connecting this English translation to the French original. An uncommon Olympia book.
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    BATAILLE, Georges.
    $35.00
    NY: Walker and Company (1962). First US edition. 276 w/bibliography & index. Sticker shadow and erasure to front free endpaper, else near fine in very good, price-clipped dust jacket with a closed tear and several creases, and overall edgewear.
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    BATAILLE, Georges.
    $35.00
    [London]: Creation Books (2004). First edition. 165 pp w/notes & sources. Stock sticker on rear cover, else very near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. Translated from the original French and edited by Mark Spitzer. Creation Modern Classics 6.
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    BATAILLE, Georges.
    $25.00
    London & NY: Marion Boyars (1983). First US edition. 158 pp. A few small coffee stains to bottom edge, hard erasure to first leaf. In all, near fine in fine dust jacket. Translated from the original French by Philip A. Facey. The third of Bataille’s novels to be translated into English.
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    BATAILLE, Georges.
    $75.00
    London: Jonathan Cape (1972). First UK edition of this translation. 137 pp. Slight lean to spine, else near fine in very good plus dust jacket with shallow chipping to base and crown, and tips of flap folds. Jacket art by Bill Botten. Translated from the original French by Austryn Wainhouse.
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    BATAILLE, Georges.
    $35.00
    NY: Paragon House (1992). First US edition. xxxiv + 199 pp w/index. Fine in fine dust jacket with spine lettering faded. Translated by Bruce Boone. Introduction by Sylvère Lotringer.
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    BATAILLE, Georges.
    $25.00
    San Francisco: City Lights (1987). Second US edition (originally published in the US by Urizen in 1977). viii + 103 pp. Near fine in illustrated wrappers. Translated by Joachim Neugroschel from the French of the 1928 first edition, but including the closing “Outline of a sequel” from the fourth edition. Bataille’s notorious first novel. Cook 183.
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    BATAILLE, Georges.
    $35.00
    NY: Zone Books, 2005. First US edition. 210 pp w/notes. Small remainder stamp on top edge, else fine in fine dust jacket. Edited and introduced by Stuart Kendall. Translated from the original French by Michelle and Stuart Kendall. Essays and lectures drawn from Bataille’s study of anthropology, comparative religion, aesthetics, and philosophy.