HARDY, T: A Spacious Vision: Essays on Hardy

Mallett, Phillip V.; Draper, Ronald P. (editors). A Spacious Vision: Essays on Hardy. Newmill, England: The Pattern Press, 1994. ISBN: 1872229123. Unmarked. Clear dust jacket. 149p. Very Good. Hardcover. (#26479) $16.00

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This collection was brought together by members of the Thomas Hardy Society in honor of the 75th birthday of Dr. James Gibson, the chairman of the society in 1994.

Contributors include Michael Irwin, Anthony Thwaite, Phillip Mallett, Simon Curtis, Rosemary Sumner and others. Thomas Hardy (1840–1928) was an English novelist and poet, who was influenced both in his novels and in his poetry by Romanticism, especially William Wordsworth.

Includes promotional materials and two loose reviews, one of which has a note.

According to the promotional materials included with the book, only a limited number of hardbacks were published, most copies were paperbacks.

ELTON, B: This Other Eden

Elton, Ben. This Other Eden. Pocket Books, 1993. ISBN: 0671897020. Unmarked. Good. Paperback. (#26420) $10.00

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An entertaining book that captures the peculiarities of human nature. In the book, Nathan Hoddy constructs hermetically sealed geodesic domes in anticipation of an oncoming Armageddon in the hope that the dome will enable enclosed humans to ride out the storm. 375p.

AUSTEN, J: Anne Elliot (German Edition)

Austen, Jane. Anne Elliot (German Edition). Zurich: Manesse Verlag, 1966. Text in German. Unmarked text. Tear on dust jacket, top, front. Title page creased. 459p. Very Good in good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#26402) $18.00

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Translated by Ilse Liesi. Postscript by Max Wildi. Measures 4×6 inches. Anne Elliot is the protagonist of Jane Austen’s sixth and last completed novel, Persuasion (1818), published posthumously.

SNOW, CP: The Two Cultures and A Second Look

Snow, C. P. The Two Cultures and A Second Look. Cambridge University Press, 1974. ISBN: 052109576X. Unmarked text. 107p. Good. Paperback. (#26369) $10.00

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An expanded version of the two cultures and the scientific revolution. Classic text of the 1959 Rede Lecture that introduced the “two cultures” concept speaking of a gulf he perceived between the scientist and non-scientist.

CHASE-RIBOUD: B: Chase-Riboud (The work of Barbara Chase-Riboud)

Selz, Peter; Heckmanns, F. W. Chase-Riboud (The work of Barbara Chase-Riboud). Berkeley Art Museum, 1972. Unmarked. 2 tiny white nicks on cover. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26179) $25.00

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Exhibition catalog for 1972 exhibition, with exhibition checklist. B/W plates.

Essay by Genevieve Monnier on her (then) recent drawings.

Dialogue between Francoise Nora-Cachin and Barbara Chase-Riboud. 30p.

Barbara Chase-Riboud (b. 1939), is an internationally acclaimed visual artist, bestselling novelist and award-winning poet. Established as a sculptor, Chase-Riboud attained international recognition with the publication of her first novel, Sally Hemings.

FRANCIS, WN: The History of English: Pamphlet includes Chapter Three of the book and promotional inserts

The History of English: Pamphlet includes Chapter Three of the book and promotional inserts, book cover Francis, W. Nelson. The History of English: Pamphlet includes Chapter Three of the book and promotional inserts. Norton, 1963. Unmarked text. Mailing label on back, 48p. Bibliography. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26169) $12.00

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Billed as an innovative survey of the language for freshman English students.

The History of English: Pamphlet includes Chapter Three of the book and promotional inserts, inside pages