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Sotheby Parke Bernet

Published by Sotheby Parke Bernet, Los Angeles (1972)

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Item Description: Sotheby Parke Bernet, Los Angeles, 1972. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 61 pp. with 23 B/W illustrations and a 3-page list of realized prices stapled into the back cover. Saddle-stitched auction catalogue is lightly rubbed and edgeworn. Prints being auctioned include works by Josef Albers, Omar Alt, Richard Anuskiewicz, Alexander Archipenko, Arman, Olle Baertling, Leonard Baskin, Mary Bauermeister, Herbert Bayer, Max Beckmann, George Bellows, Max Bill, Roger Bissiere, Muirhead Bone, Pierre Bonnard, Frank Brangwyn, Georges Braque, Bruno Bruni, Felix Buhot, Alexander Calder, David Young Cameron, Marc Chagall, Samuel Chamberlain, Christo, Chryssa, Antonio Clave, Lovis Corinth, Jose Luis Cuevas, Currier & Ives, Salvador Dali, Allan D'Arcangelo, Honore Daumier, Otto Dix, Pierro Dorazio, Jena Dubuffet-Andre Martel, Raoul Dufy, Hans Erni, Max Ernst, M.C. Escher, Maurice Esteve, Leonor Fini, Jean-Louis Forain, Foujita, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, Johnny Friedlaender, Ernst Fuchs, Alberto Giacometti, Joe Goode, Monserrat Gudiol, Seymour Haden, Richard Hamilton, Childe Hassam, Stanley William Hayter, Erich Heckel, Paul Helleu, Karl Hofer, Alfred Hofkunst, Ikeda, Jasper Johns, Inez Johnston, Allen Jones, Ellsworth Kelly, R.B. Kitaj, Oskar Kokoshka, Kathe Kollwitz, Benjamin Kopman, Nicholas Krushenick, Rico Lebrun, Le Corbusier, Fernand Leger, Alphonse Legros, Gustave Leheutre, August Lepere, Jack Levine, Roy Lichtenstein, Richard Lindner, Bernhard Luginbuhl, Man Ray, Marino Marini, Henri Matisse, Roberto Matta, Almir Mavignier, Charles Meryon, Joan Miro, Henry Moore, Robert Morris, Edvard Munch, Kennth Noland, Claes Oldenburg, Nathan Oliveira, Jose Clemente Orozco, Igor Ortega, Eduardo Paolozzi, Jules Pascin, Max Pechstein, Pablo Picasso, Ken Price, Mel Ramos, Robert Rauschenberg, Ad Reinhardt, Christian Rohlifs, Dieter Rot, Georges Rouault, Richards Ruben, Fritz Ruoff, Ed Ruscha, Niki de Saint-Phalle, Peter Saul, Gino Severini, Ben Shahn, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Richard Smith, Pierre Soulages, Theophile Alexandre Steinlen, Kumi Sugai, Carol Summers, Rufino Tamayo, Antonio Tapies, Jean Tinguely, Mark Tobey, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Otto Tschumi, William Tucker, Victor Vasarely, Jacque Villon, Maurice de Vlaminck, Andy Warhol, John Wesley, Wewerka, J.A. McNeill Whistler, Paul Wunderlich, Jack Youngerman, and Ossip Zadkine. Bookseller Inventory # 002890

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Item Description: Books Llc Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x10 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 74. Kapitel: Abbé Pierre, Pio von Pietrelcina, Fidelis von Sigmaringen, Père Joseph, Ignaz Aurelius Feßler, Guido Benedikt Beck, Guglielmo Massaia, Jean-Henri Maubert de Gouvest, Alexius von Speyer, Paulus Terwitte, Ingbert Naab, Benedict Groeschel, Luigi Padovese, Georg von Pfronten-Kreuzegg, Gideon Spicker, Sebastian Englert, Wilhelm Egger, Ambrosius von Oelde, Felix von Cantalice, Charles Joseph Chaput, Franz Xaver Hacker, Paul Hinder, Marco d Aviano, Leopold Mandic, Stephan Steinberger, Georg Müßig, Laurentius von Schnifis, Walter Ludin, Kapuzinerkirche, Sigbert Wagener, Cyprian Fröhlich, Anton Rotzetter, Konrad von Parzham, Luis Amigó, Henri de Joyeuse, Honorat Kozminski, Theobald Mathew, Matthias von Saarburg, Cesare Bonizzi, Raniero Cantalamessa, Laurentius von Brindisi, Theodosius Florentini, Emerich Sinelli, Sean Patrick O Malley, Valerian von Magnis, Vital Maria Conçalves de Oliveira, Lucian Pulvermacher, Ruggero Franceschini, Pierre Parisot, Walbert Bühlmann, Bernardo Strozzi, Jakob von Ghazir, Archangelus Löslein, Mauro Jöhri, Juan Rodolfo Laise, Prokop von Templin, Bernardo da Corleone, Adrian Holderegger, Bernardino Ochino, Hilarin Felder, Hilarius von Sexten, Benedikt der Mohr, Samuel Gaumain, Francis Baldacchino, Jirí Padour, John Aloysius Ward, Adalbert Ehrenfried, Theophil Ruderstaller, Felizian Bessmer, Consolata Betrone, Livio Reginaldo Fischione, Osório Bebber, Stefan Knobloch, Johann IV. von Manderscheid-Blankenheim, Francisco Chimoio, Jérôme-Michel-Francis Martin, Domenico Crescentino Marinozzi, Sixtus Josef Parzinger, Manfred Marent, Pellegrino Tomaso Ronchi, Heribert Jone, Dietrich Wiederkehr, Lino Esterino Garavaglia, Caetano Antônio Lima dos Santos, Ignazio da Laconi, Peter Baptist Tadamaro Ishigami, Giuseppe Germano Bernardini, Antônio Eliseu Zuqueto, Martin von Cochem, Adalberto Paulo da Silva, Calogero Peri, Georges Marcel Émile Nicolas Perron, Jorge Scarso, Heinrich Suso Braun, Agostinho José Sartori, Francesco Saverio Toppi, Giovanni Bernardo Gremoli, Francesco Gioia, Luca Milesi, Serafim Shyngo-Ya-Hombo, Agustín Romualdo Álvarez Rodríguez, Antoine Dubois, José Francisco Moreira dos Santos, Pedro Luís Guido Scarpa, Louis-François Duplessis de Mornay, Crispinus von Viterbo, Fridolin Ambongo Besungu, Ludovico Micara, Innozenz von Berzo, Mateo de Bascio, Père Marie-Benoît, Giovanni Antonio Cavazzi da Montecuccolo. Auszug: Abbé Pierre (bürgerlicher Name Henri Antoine Grouès; 5. August 1912 in Lyon; 22. Januar 2007 in Paris) war ein französischer katholischer Priester, der die Wohltätigkeitsorganisation Emmaus (franz. Emmaüs) gegründet hat. Sein Pseudonym Abbé Pierre stammt aus der Zeit des Zweiten Weltkrieges, in der er der französischen Résistance und jüdischen Flüchtlingen half. Abbé Pierre führte 30 Jahre lang die Umfragen nach dem beliebtesten Franzosen an, bis er 2005 auf eigenen Wunsch nicht mehr in dieser Rangliste aufgeführt wurde. Abbé Pierre stammte aus einer wohlhabenden Unternehmerfamilie und war das fünfte Kind eines reichen Seidenfabrikanten. Er besuchte ein von Jesuiten geleitetes Gymnasium in Lyon. In dieser Umgebung entschied er sich, Priester zu werden. Sein Vater engagierte sich philanthropisch für die Armen: Als Kind erlebte Henri, wie sein wohlhabender Vater in der Freizeit Obdachlosen die Haare schnitt sowie für Essen und Kleidung der Bedürftigen sorgte. Zur Wahl des Priesterberufs bestärkte ihn auch ein Besuch in Assisi. Mit 20 Jahren trat er in den Kapuz. 76 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159173272

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Published by Belin (2001)

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Item Description: Belin, 2001. 16 x 24. Broché, dos carré, numéro double, 394 p. Au sommaire : Les territoires de l'économie, XVe-XIXe siècles : dossier coordonné par Philippe Minard. Page 7 à 10. Présentation. / Gérard Chastagnaret et Olivier Raveux : Page 11 à 24 : Espace et stratégies industrielles aux XVIIIe et XIXe siècles : exploiter le laboratoire méditerranéen / Guillaume Garner. Page 25 à 50 : Territoire et espace dans la théorie économique en Allemagne,1750-1820 / Jean-Philippe Priotti. Page 51 à 71. Guerre et expansion commerciale : le rôle des Basques dans l'empire espagnol au XVIe siècle / Gérard Gayot. Page 72 à 103 : La main invisible qui guidait les marchands aux foires de Leipzig : enquête sur un haut lieu de la réalisation des bénéfices, 1750-1830 / Matthieu De Oliveira. Page 104 à 122 : Négoce et territoire : les passeports nordistes au XIXe siècle ( 1791-1869) / Natividad Planas. Page 123 à 147 : La frontière franchissable : normes et pratiques dans les échanges entre le royaume de Majorque et les terres d'Islam au XVIIe siècle / Samuel Fettah. Page 148 à 161 : Les consuls de France et la contrebande dans le port franc de Livourne à l'époque du Risorgimento / Mathieu Arnoux et Jacques Bottin. Page 162 à 191 : Autour de Rouen et Paris : modalités d'intégration d'un espace drapier (XIIIe-XVIe siècles) / Caroline Douki. Page 192 à 246 : Le territoire économique d'une région d'émigration : campagnes et montagnes lucquoises, du milieu du XIXe siècle à 1914. / Lectures et débats : Michel Morineau : Page 245 à 306 : Quodlibet : or brésilien, macroéconomie et croissance économique en France et en Angleterre au XVIIIe siècle. / Jochen Hoock : Page 307 à 310 : Économie politique et histoire. Le temps retrouvé : Page 311 à 383 : Comptes rendus. Exemplaire à l'état neuf. Bookseller Inventory # 000469

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Item Description: Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x10 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 85. Kapitel: Kapuziner, Kapuzinerkloster, Abbé Pierre, Kapuzinerkirche St. Elisabeth, Pio von Pietrelcina, Fidelis von Sigmaringen, Père Joseph, Ignaz Aurelius Feßler, Guido Benedikt Beck, Guglielmo Massaia, Jean-Henri Maubert de Gouvest, Alexius von Speyer, Paulus Terwitte, Ingbert Naab, Benedict Groeschel, Kloster Rapperswil, Luigi Padovese, Georg von Pfronten-Kreuzegg, Gideon Spicker, Sebastian Englert, Wilhelm Egger, Ambrosius von Oelde, Felix von Cantalice, Charles Joseph Chaput, Franz Xaver Hacker, Paul Hinder, Marco d Aviano, Leopold Mandic, Stephan Steinberger, Georg Müßig, Laurentius von Schnifis, Walter Ludin, Kloster Lad, Sigbert Wagener, Cyprian Fröhlich, Anton Rotzetter, Konrad von Parzham, Luis Amigó, Henri de Joyeuse, Honorat Kozminski, Theobald Mathew, Matthias von Saarburg, Cesare Bonizzi, Raniero Cantalamessa, Laurentius von Brindisi, Theodosius Florentini, Emerich Sinelli, Sean Patrick O Malley, Valerian von Magnis, Vital Maria Conçalves de Oliveira, Lucian Pulvermacher, Kloster Acquafredda, Ruggero Franceschini, Pierre Parisot, Walbert Bühlmann, Bernardo Strozzi, Jakob von Ghazir, Archangelus Löslein, Mauro Jöhri, Seraphisches Liebeswerk der Kapuziner, Juan Rodolfo Laise, Prokop von Templin, Bernardo da Corleone, Adrian Holderegger, Bernardino Ochino, Hilarin Felder, Hilarius von Sexten, Benedikt der Mohr, Samuel Gaumain, Francis Baldacchino, Jirí Padour, John Aloysius Ward, Liste von Kapuzinerklöstern in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz, Adalbert Ehrenfried, Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule Münster, Theophil Ruderstaller, Felizian Bessmer, Consolata Betrone, Livio Reginaldo Fischione, Osório Bebber, Stefan Knobloch, Santuario di Gibilmanna, Johann IV. von Manderscheid-Blankenheim, Francisco Chimoio, Jérôme-Michel-Francis Martin, Domenico Crescentino Marinozzi, Sixtus Josef Parzinger, Santa Maria Immacolata a Via Veneto, Kloster San Pietro di Paliano, Manfred Marent, Pellegrino Tomaso Ronchi, Heribert Jone, Dietrich Wiederkehr, Lino Esterino Garavaglia, Caetano Antônio Lima dos Santos, Ignazio da Laconi, Peter Baptist Tadamaro Ishigami, Giuseppe Germano Bernardini, Antônio Eliseu Zuqueto, Martin von Cochem, Adalberto Paulo da Silva, Calogero Peri, Georges Marcel Émile Nicolas Perron, Jorge Scarso, Heinrich Suso Braun, Agostinho José Sartori, Francesco Saverio Toppi, Giovanni Bernardo Gremoli, Francesco Gioia, Luca Milesi, Serafim Shyngo-Ya-Hombo, Agustín Romualdo Álvarez Rodríguez, Antoine Dubois, José Francisco Moreira dos Santos, Pedro Luís Guido Scarpa, Louis-François Duplessis de Mornay, Crispinus von Viterbo, Fridolin Ambongo Besungu, Ludovico Micara, Innozenz von Berzo, Mateo de Bascio, Père Marie-Benoît, Giovanni Antonio Cavazzi da Montecuccolo. Auszug: Abbé Pierre (bürgerlicher Name Henri Antoine Grouès; 5. August 1912 in Lyon; 22. Januar 2007 in Paris) war ein französischer katholischer Priester, der die Wohltätigkeitsorganisation Emmaus (franz. Emmaüs) gegründet hat. Sein Pseudonym Abbé Pierre stammt aus der Zeit des Zweiten Weltkrieges, in der er der französischen Résistance und jüdischen Flüchtlingen half. Abbé Pierre führte 30 Jahre lang die Umfragen nach dem beliebtesten Franzosen an, bis er 2005 auf eigenen Wunsch nicht mehr in dieser Rangliste aufgeführt wurde. Abbé Pierre stammte aus einer wohlhabenden Unternehmerfamilie und war das fünfte Kind eines reichen Seidenfabrikanten. Er besuchte ein von Jesuiten geleitetes Gymnasium in Lyon. In dieser Umgebung ents. 88 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159083304

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Item Description: Books Llc Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x4 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 74. Kapitel: Abbé Pierre, Pio von Pietrelcina, Fidelis von Sigmaringen, Père Joseph, Ignaz Aurelius Feßler, Guido Benedikt Beck, Guglielmo Massaia, Jean-Henri Maubert de Gouvest, Alexius von Speyer, Paulus Terwitte, Ingbert Naab, Benedict Groeschel, Luigi Padovese, Georg von Pfronten-Kreuzegg, Gideon Spicker, Sebastian Englert, Wilhelm Egger, Ambrosius von Oelde, Felix von Cantalice, Charles Joseph Chaput, Franz Xaver Hacker, Paul Hinder, Marco d Aviano, Leopold Mandic, Stephan Steinberger, Georg Müßig, Laurentius von Schnifis, Walter Ludin, Kapuzinerkirche, Sigbert Wagener, Cyprian Fröhlich, Anton Rotzetter, Konrad von Parzham, Luis Amigó, Henri de Joyeuse, Honorat Kozminski, Theobald Mathew, Matthias von Saarburg, Cesare Bonizzi, Raniero Cantalamessa, Laurentius von Brindisi, Theodosius Florentini, Emerich Sinelli, Sean Patrick O Malley, Valerian von Magnis, Vital Maria Conçalves de Oliveira, Lucian Pulvermacher, Ruggero Franceschini, Pierre Parisot, Walbert Bühlmann, Bernardo Strozzi, Jakob von Ghazir, Archangelus Löslein, Mauro Jöhri, Juan Rodolfo Laise, Prokop von Templin, Bernardo da Corleone, Adrian Holderegger, Bernardino Ochino, Hilarin Felder, Hilarius von Sexten, Benedikt der Mohr, Samuel Gaumain, Francis Baldacchino, Jirí Padour, John Aloysius Ward, Adalbert Ehrenfried, Theophil Ruderstaller, Felizian Bessmer, Consolata Betrone, Livio Reginaldo Fischione, Osório Bebber, Stefan Knobloch, Johann IV. von Manderscheid-Blankenheim, Francisco Chimoio, Jérôme-Michel-Francis Martin, Domenico Crescentino Marinozzi, Sixtus Josef Parzinger, Manfred Marent, Pellegrino Tomaso Ronchi, Heribert Jone, Dietrich Wiederkehr, Lino Esterino Garavaglia, Caetano Antônio Lima dos Santos, Ignazio da Laconi, Peter Baptist Tadamaro Ishigami, Giuseppe Germano Bernardini, Antônio Eliseu Zuqueto, Martin von Cochem, Adalberto Paulo da Silva, Calogero Peri, Georges Marcel Émile Nicolas Perron, Jorge Scarso, Heinrich Suso Braun, Agostinho José Sartori, Francesco Saverio Toppi, Giovanni Bernardo Gremoli, Francesco Gioia, Luca Milesi, Serafim Shyngo-Ya-Hombo, Agustín Romualdo Álvarez Rodríguez, Antoine Dubois, José Francisco Moreira dos Santos, Pedro Luís Guido Scarpa, Louis-François Duplessis de Mornay, Crispinus von Viterbo, Fridolin Ambongo Besungu, Ludovico Micara, Innozenz von Berzo, Mateo de Bascio, Père Marie-Benoît, Giovanni Antonio Cavazzi da Montecuccolo. Auszug: Abbé Pierre (bürgerlicher Name Henri Antoine Grouès; 5. August 1912 in Lyon; 22. Januar 2007 in Paris) war ein französischer katholischer Priester, der die Wohltätigkeitsorganisation Emmaus (franz. Emmaüs) gegründet hat. Sein Pseudonym Abbé Pierre stammt aus der Zeit des Zweiten Weltkrieges, in der er der französischen Résistance und jüdischen Flüchtlingen half. Abbé Pierre führte 30 Jahre lang die Umfragen nach dem beliebtesten Franzosen an, bis er 2005 auf eigenen Wunsch nicht mehr in dieser Rangliste aufgeführt wurde. Abbé Pierre stammte aus einer wohlhabenden Unternehmerfamilie und war das fünfte Kind eines reichen Seidenfabrikanten. Er besuchte ein von Jesuiten geleitetes Gymnasium in Lyon. In dieser Umgebung entschied er sich, Priester zu werden. Sein Vater engagierte sich philanthropisch für die Armen: Als Kind erlebte Henri, wie sein wohlhabender Vater in der Freizeit Obdachlosen die Haare schnitt sowie für Essen und Kleidung der Bedürftigen sorgte. Zur Wahl des Priesterberufs bestärkte ihn auch ein Besuch in Assisi. Mit 20 Jahren trat er in den Kapuz. 76 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159173272

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Item Description: Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x5 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 85. Kapitel: Kapuziner, Kapuzinerkloster, Abbé Pierre, Kapuzinerkirche St. Elisabeth, Pio von Pietrelcina, Fidelis von Sigmaringen, Père Joseph, Ignaz Aurelius Feßler, Guido Benedikt Beck, Guglielmo Massaia, Jean-Henri Maubert de Gouvest, Alexius von Speyer, Paulus Terwitte, Ingbert Naab, Benedict Groeschel, Kloster Rapperswil, Luigi Padovese, Georg von Pfronten-Kreuzegg, Gideon Spicker, Sebastian Englert, Wilhelm Egger, Ambrosius von Oelde, Felix von Cantalice, Charles Joseph Chaput, Franz Xaver Hacker, Paul Hinder, Marco d Aviano, Leopold Mandic, Stephan Steinberger, Georg Müßig, Laurentius von Schnifis, Walter Ludin, Kloster Lad, Sigbert Wagener, Cyprian Fröhlich, Anton Rotzetter, Konrad von Parzham, Luis Amigó, Henri de Joyeuse, Honorat Kozminski, Theobald Mathew, Matthias von Saarburg, Cesare Bonizzi, Raniero Cantalamessa, Laurentius von Brindisi, Theodosius Florentini, Emerich Sinelli, Sean Patrick O Malley, Valerian von Magnis, Vital Maria Conçalves de Oliveira, Lucian Pulvermacher, Kloster Acquafredda, Ruggero Franceschini, Pierre Parisot, Walbert Bühlmann, Bernardo Strozzi, Jakob von Ghazir, Archangelus Löslein, Mauro Jöhri, Seraphisches Liebeswerk der Kapuziner, Juan Rodolfo Laise, Prokop von Templin, Bernardo da Corleone, Adrian Holderegger, Bernardino Ochino, Hilarin Felder, Hilarius von Sexten, Benedikt der Mohr, Samuel Gaumain, Francis Baldacchino, Jirí Padour, John Aloysius Ward, Liste von Kapuzinerklöstern in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz, Adalbert Ehrenfried, Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule Münster, Theophil Ruderstaller, Felizian Bessmer, Consolata Betrone, Livio Reginaldo Fischione, Osório Bebber, Stefan Knobloch, Santuario di Gibilmanna, Johann IV. von Manderscheid-Blankenheim, Francisco Chimoio, Jérôme-Michel-Francis Martin, Domenico Crescentino Marinozzi, Sixtus Josef Parzinger, Santa Maria Immacolata a Via Veneto, Kloster San Pietro di Paliano, Manfred Marent, Pellegrino Tomaso Ronchi, Heribert Jone, Dietrich Wiederkehr, Lino Esterino Garavaglia, Caetano Antônio Lima dos Santos, Ignazio da Laconi, Peter Baptist Tadamaro Ishigami, Giuseppe Germano Bernardini, Antônio Eliseu Zuqueto, Martin von Cochem, Adalberto Paulo da Silva, Calogero Peri, Georges Marcel Émile Nicolas Perron, Jorge Scarso, Heinrich Suso Braun, Agostinho José Sartori, Francesco Saverio Toppi, Giovanni Bernardo Gremoli, Francesco Gioia, Luca Milesi, Serafim Shyngo-Ya-Hombo, Agustín Romualdo Álvarez Rodríguez, Antoine Dubois, José Francisco Moreira dos Santos, Pedro Luís Guido Scarpa, Louis-François Duplessis de Mornay, Crispinus von Viterbo, Fridolin Ambongo Besungu, Ludovico Micara, Innozenz von Berzo, Mateo de Bascio, Père Marie-Benoît, Giovanni Antonio Cavazzi da Montecuccolo. Auszug: Abbé Pierre (bürgerlicher Name Henri Antoine Grouès; 5. August 1912 in Lyon; 22. Januar 2007 in Paris) war ein französischer katholischer Priester, der die Wohltätigkeitsorganisation Emmaus (franz. Emmaüs) gegründet hat. Sein Pseudonym Abbé Pierre stammt aus der Zeit des Zweiten Weltkrieges, in der er der französischen Résistance und jüdischen Flüchtlingen half. Abbé Pierre führte 30 Jahre lang die Umfragen nach dem beliebtesten Franzosen an, bis er 2005 auf eigenen Wunsch nicht mehr in dieser Rangliste aufgeführt wurde. Abbé Pierre stammte aus einer wohlhabenden Unternehmerfamilie und war das fünfte Kind eines reichen Seidenfabrikanten. Er besuchte ein von Jesuiten geleitetes Gymnasium in Lyon. In dieser Umgebung ents. 88 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159083304

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Item Description: Books LLC Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x10 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 74. Kapitel: Abbé Pierre, Pio von Pietrelcina, Fidelis von Sigmaringen, Père Joseph, Ignaz Aurelius Feßler, Guido Benedikt Beck, Guglielmo Massaia, Jean-Henri Maubert de Gouvest, Alexius von Speyer, Paulus Terwitte, Ingbert Naab, Benedict Groeschel, Luigi Padovese, Georg von Pfronten-Kreuzegg, Gideon Spicker, Sebastian Englert, Wilhelm Egger, Ambrosius von Oelde, Felix von Cantalice, Charles Joseph Chaput, Franz Xaver Hacker, Paul Hinder, Marco d Aviano, Leopold Mandic, Stephan Steinberger, Georg Müßig, Laurentius von Schnifis, Walter Ludin, Kapuzinerkirche, Sigbert Wagener, Cyprian Fröhlich, Anton Rotzetter, Konrad von Parzham, Luis Amigó, Henri de Joyeuse, Honorat Kozminski, Theobald Mathew, Matthias von Saarburg, Cesare Bonizzi, Raniero Cantalamessa, Laurentius von Brindisi, Theodosius Florentini, Emerich Sinelli, Sean Patrick O Malley, Valerian von Magnis, Vital Maria Conçalves de Oliveira, Lucian Pulvermacher, Ruggero Franceschini, Pierre Parisot, Walbert Bühlmann, Bernardo Strozzi, Jakob von Ghazir, Archangelus Löslein, Mauro Jöhri, Juan Rodolfo Laise, Prokop von Templin, Bernardo da Corleone, Adrian Holderegger, Bernardino Ochino, Hilarin Felder, Hilarius von Sexten, Benedikt der Mohr, Samuel Gaumain, Francis Baldacchino, Jirí Padour, John Aloysius Ward, Adalbert Ehrenfried, Theophil Ruderstaller, Felizian Bessmer, Consolata Betrone, Livio Reginaldo Fischione, Osório Bebber, Stefan Knobloch, Johann IV. von Manderscheid-Blankenheim, Francisco Chimoio, Jérôme-Michel-Francis Martin, Domenico Crescentino Marinozzi, Sixtus Josef Parzinger, Manfred Marent, Pellegrino Tomaso Ronchi, Heribert Jone, Dietrich Wiederkehr, Lino Esterino Garavaglia, Caetano Antônio Lima dos Santos, Ignazio da Laconi, Peter Baptist Tadamaro Ishigami, Giuseppe Germano Bernardini, Antônio Eliseu Zuqueto, Martin von Cochem, Adalberto Paulo da Silva, Calogero Peri, Georges Marcel Émile Nicolas Perron, Jorge Scarso, Heinrich Suso Braun, Agostinho José Sartori, Francesco Saverio Toppi, Giovanni Bernardo Gremoli, Francesco Gioia, Luca Milesi, Serafim Shyngo-Ya-Hombo, Agustín Romualdo Álvarez Rodríguez, Antoine Dubois, José Francisco Moreira dos Santos, Pedro Luís Guido Scarpa, Louis-François Duplessis de Mornay, Crispinus von Viterbo, Fridolin Ambongo Besungu, Ludovico Micara, Innozenz von Berzo, Mateo de Bascio, Père Marie-Benoît, Giovanni Antonio Cavazzi da Montecuccolo. Auszug: Abbé Pierre (bürgerlicher Name Henri Antoine Grouès; 5. August 1912 in Lyon; 22. Januar 2007 in Paris) war ein französischer katholischer Priester, der die Wohltätigkeitsorganisation Emmaus (franz. Emmaüs) gegründet hat. Sein Pseudonym Abbé Pierre stammt aus der Zeit des Zweiten Weltkrieges, in der er der französischen Résistance und jüdischen Flüchtlingen half. Abbé Pierre führte 30 Jahre lang die Umfragen nach dem beliebtesten Franzosen an, bis er 2005 auf eigenen Wunsch nicht mehr in dieser Rangliste aufgeführt wurde. Abbé Pierre stammte aus einer wohlhabenden Unternehmerfamilie und war das fünfte Kind eines reichen Seidenfabrikanten. Er besuchte ein von Jesuiten geleitetes Gymnasium in Lyon. In dieser Umgebung entschied er sich, Priester zu werden. Sein Vater engagierte sich philanthropisch für die Armen: Als Kind erlebte Henri, wie sein wohlhabender Vater in der Freizeit Obdachlosen die Haare schnitt sowie für Essen und Kleidung der Bedürftigen sorgte. Zur Wahl des Priesterberufs bestärkte ihn auch ein Besuch in Assisi. Mit 20 Jahren trat er in den Kapuz. 76 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159173272

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Item Description: Books LLC Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x10 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 74. Kapitel: Abbé Pierre, Pio von Pietrelcina, Fidelis von Sigmaringen, Père Joseph, Ignaz Aurelius Feßler, Guido Benedikt Beck, Guglielmo Massaia, Jean-Henri Maubert de Gouvest, Alexius von Speyer, Paulus Terwitte, Ingbert Naab, Benedict Groeschel, Luigi Padovese, Georg von Pfronten-Kreuzegg, Gideon Spicker, Sebastian Englert, Wilhelm Egger, Ambrosius von Oelde, Felix von Cantalice, Charles Joseph Chaput, Franz Xaver Hacker, Paul Hinder, Marco d Aviano, Leopold Mandic, Stephan Steinberger, Georg Müßig, Laurentius von Schnifis, Walter Ludin, Kapuzinerkirche, Sigbert Wagener, Cyprian Fröhlich, Anton Rotzetter, Konrad von Parzham, Luis Amigó, Henri de Joyeuse, Honorat Kozminski, Theobald Mathew, Matthias von Saarburg, Cesare Bonizzi, Raniero Cantalamessa, Laurentius von Brindisi, Theodosius Florentini, Emerich Sinelli, Sean Patrick O Malley, Valerian von Magnis, Vital Maria Conçalves de Oliveira, Lucian Pulvermacher, Ruggero Franceschini, Pierre Parisot, Walbert Bühlmann, Bernardo Strozzi, Jakob von Ghazir, Archangelus Löslein, Mauro Jöhri, Juan Rodolfo Laise, Prokop von Templin, Bernardo da Corleone, Adrian Holderegger, Bernardino Ochino, Hilarin Felder, Hilarius von Sexten, Benedikt der Mohr, Samuel Gaumain, Francis Baldacchino, Jirí Padour, John Aloysius Ward, Adalbert Ehrenfried, Theophil Ruderstaller, Felizian Bessmer, Consolata Betrone, Livio Reginaldo Fischione, Osório Bebber, Stefan Knobloch, Johann IV. von Manderscheid-Blankenheim, Francisco Chimoio, Jérôme-Michel-Francis Martin, Domenico Crescentino Marinozzi, Sixtus Josef Parzinger, Manfred Marent, Pellegrino Tomaso Ronchi, Heribert Jone, Dietrich Wiederkehr, Lino Esterino Garavaglia, Caetano Antônio Lima dos Santos, Ignazio da Laconi, Peter Baptist Tadamaro Ishigami, Giuseppe Germano Bernardini, Antônio Eliseu Zuqueto, Martin von Cochem, Adalberto Paulo da Silva, Calogero Peri, Georges Marcel Émile Nicolas Perron, Jorge Scarso, Heinrich Suso Braun, Agostinho José Sartori, Francesco Saverio Toppi, Giovanni Bernardo Gremoli, Francesco Gioia, Luca Milesi, Serafim Shyngo-Ya-Hombo, Agustín Romualdo Álvarez Rodríguez, Antoine Dubois, José Francisco Moreira dos Santos, Pedro Luís Guido Scarpa, Louis-François Duplessis de Mornay, Crispinus von Viterbo, Fridolin Ambongo Besungu, Ludovico Micara, Innozenz von Berzo, Mateo de Bascio, Père Marie-Benoît, Giovanni Antonio Cavazzi da Montecuccolo. Auszug: Abbé Pierre (bürgerlicher Name Henri Antoine Grouès; 5. August 1912 in Lyon; 22. Januar 2007 in Paris) war ein französischer katholischer Priester, der die Wohltätigkeitsorganisation Emmaus (franz. Emmaüs) gegründet hat. Sein Pseudonym Abbé Pierre stammt aus der Zeit des Zweiten Weltkrieges, in der er der französischen Résistance und jüdischen Flüchtlingen half. Abbé Pierre führte 30 Jahre lang die Umfragen nach dem beliebtesten Franzosen an, bis er 2005 auf eigenen Wunsch nicht mehr in dieser Rangliste aufgeführt wurde. Abbé Pierre stammte aus einer wohlhabenden Unternehmerfamilie und war das fünfte Kind eines reichen Seidenfabrikanten. Er besuchte ein von Jesuiten geleitetes Gymnasium in Lyon. In dieser Umgebung entschied er sich, Priester zu werden. Sein Vater engagierte sich philanthropisch für die Armen: Als Kind erlebte Henri, wie sein wohlhabender Vater in der Freizeit Obdachlosen die Haare schnitt sowie für Essen und Kleidung der Bedürftigen sorgte. Zur Wahl des Priesterberufs bestärkte ihn auch ein Besuch in Assisi. Mit 20 Jahren trat er in den Kapuz. 76 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159173272

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Item Description: University of Virginia Press, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. In recent years, a series of major collections of posthumous writings by Elizabeth Bishop--one of the most widely read and discussed poets of the twentieth century--have been published, profoundly affecting how we look at her life and work. The hundreds of letters, poems, and other writings in these volumes have expanded Bishop s published work by well over a thousand pages and placed before the public a new Bishop whose complexity was previously familiar to only a small circle of scholars and devoted readers. This collection of essays by many of the leading figures in Bishop studies provides a deep and multifaceted account of the impact of these new editions and how they both enlarge and complicate our understanding of Bishop as a cultural icon. Contributors: Charles Berger, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville * Jacqueline Vaught Brogan, University of Notre Dame * Angus Cleghorn, Seneca College * Jonathan Ellis, University of Sheffield * Richard Flynn, Georgia Southern University * Lorrie Goldensohn * Jeffrey Gray, Seton Hall University * Bethany Hicok, Westminster College * George Lensing, University of North Carolina * Carmen L. Oliveira * Barbara Page, Vassar College * Christina Pugh, University of Illinois at Chicago * Francesco Rognoni, Catholic University in Milan * Peggy Samuels, Drew University * Lloyd Schwartz, University of Massachusetts, Boston * Thomas Travisano, Hartwick College * Heather Treseler, Worcester State University * Gillian White, University of Michigan. Bookseller Inventory # AAS9780813932743

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Item Description: University of Virginia Press, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. In recent years, a series of major collections of posthumous writings by Elizabeth Bishop--one of the most widely read and discussed poets of the twentieth century--have been published, profoundly affecting how we look at her life and work. The hundreds of letters, poems, and other writings in these volumes have expanded Bishop s published work by well over a thousand pages and placed before the public a new Bishop whose complexity was previously familiar to only a small circle of scholars and devoted readers. This collection of essays by many of the leading figures in Bishop studies provides a deep and multifaceted account of the impact of these new editions and how they both enlarge and complicate our understanding of Bishop as a cultural icon. Contributors: Charles Berger, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville * Jacqueline Vaught Brogan, University of Notre Dame * Angus Cleghorn, Seneca College * Jonathan Ellis, University of Sheffield * Richard Flynn, Georgia Southern University * Lorrie Goldensohn * Jeffrey Gray, Seton Hall University * Bethany Hicok, Westminster College * George Lensing, University of North Carolina * Carmen L. Oliveira * Barbara Page, Vassar College * Christina Pugh, University of Illinois at Chicago * Francesco Rognoni, Catholic University in Milan * Peggy Samuels, Drew University * Lloyd Schwartz, University of Massachusetts, Boston * Thomas Travisano, Hartwick College * Heather Treseler, Worcester State University * Gillian White, University of Michigan. Bookseller Inventory # AAS9780813932743

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Item Description: Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x10 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 85. Kapitel: Kapuziner, Kapuzinerkloster, Abbé Pierre, Kapuzinerkirche St. Elisabeth, Pio von Pietrelcina, Fidelis von Sigmaringen, Père Joseph, Ignaz Aurelius Feßler, Guido Benedikt Beck, Guglielmo Massaia, Jean-Henri Maubert de Gouvest, Alexius von Speyer, Paulus Terwitte, Ingbert Naab, Benedict Groeschel, Kloster Rapperswil, Luigi Padovese, Georg von Pfronten-Kreuzegg, Gideon Spicker, Sebastian Englert, Wilhelm Egger, Ambrosius von Oelde, Felix von Cantalice, Charles Joseph Chaput, Franz Xaver Hacker, Paul Hinder, Marco d Aviano, Leopold Mandic, Stephan Steinberger, Georg Müßig, Laurentius von Schnifis, Walter Ludin, Kloster Lad, Sigbert Wagener, Cyprian Fröhlich, Anton Rotzetter, Konrad von Parzham, Luis Amigó, Henri de Joyeuse, Honorat Kozminski, Theobald Mathew, Matthias von Saarburg, Cesare Bonizzi, Raniero Cantalamessa, Laurentius von Brindisi, Theodosius Florentini, Emerich Sinelli, Sean Patrick O Malley, Valerian von Magnis, Vital Maria Conçalves de Oliveira, Lucian Pulvermacher, Kloster Acquafredda, Ruggero Franceschini, Pierre Parisot, Walbert Bühlmann, Bernardo Strozzi, Jakob von Ghazir, Archangelus Löslein, Mauro Jöhri, Seraphisches Liebeswerk der Kapuziner, Juan Rodolfo Laise, Prokop von Templin, Bernardo da Corleone, Adrian Holderegger, Bernardino Ochino, Hilarin Felder, Hilarius von Sexten, Benedikt der Mohr, Samuel Gaumain, Francis Baldacchino, Jirí Padour, John Aloysius Ward, Liste von Kapuzinerklöstern in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz, Adalbert Ehrenfried, Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule Münster, Theophil Ruderstaller, Felizian Bessmer, Consolata Betrone, Livio Reginaldo Fischione, Osório Bebber, Stefan Knobloch, Santuario di Gibilmanna, Johann IV. von Manderscheid-Blankenheim, Francisco Chimoio, Jérôme-Michel-Francis Martin, Domenico Crescentino Marinozzi, Sixtus Josef Parzinger, Santa Maria Immacolata a Via Veneto, Kloster San Pietro di Paliano, Manfred Marent, Pellegrino Tomaso Ronchi, Heribert Jone, Dietrich Wiederkehr, Lino Esterino Garavaglia, Caetano Antônio Lima dos Santos, Ignazio da Laconi, Peter Baptist Tadamaro Ishigami, Giuseppe Germano Bernardini, Antônio Eliseu Zuqueto, Martin von Cochem, Adalberto Paulo da Silva, Calogero Peri, Georges Marcel Émile Nicolas Perron, Jorge Scarso, Heinrich Suso Braun, Agostinho José Sartori, Francesco Saverio Toppi, Giovanni Bernardo Gremoli, Francesco Gioia, Luca Milesi, Serafim Shyngo-Ya-Hombo, Agustín Romualdo Álvarez Rodríguez, Antoine Dubois, José Francisco Moreira dos Santos, Pedro Luís Guido Scarpa, Louis-François Duplessis de Mornay, Crispinus von Viterbo, Fridolin Ambongo Besungu, Ludovico Micara, Innozenz von Berzo, Mateo de Bascio, Père Marie-Benoît, Giovanni Antonio Cavazzi da Montecuccolo. Auszug: Abbé Pierre (bürgerlicher Name Henri Antoine Grouès; 5. August 1912 in Lyon; 22. Januar 2007 in Paris) war ein französischer katholischer Priester, der die Wohltätigkeitsorganisation Emmaus (franz. Emmaüs) gegründet hat. Sein Pseudonym Abbé Pierre stammt aus der Zeit des Zweiten Weltkrieges, in der er der französischen Résistance und jüdischen Flüchtlingen half. Abbé Pierre führte 30 Jahre lang die Umfragen nach dem beliebtesten Franzosen an, bis er 2005 auf eigenen Wunsch nicht mehr in dieser Rangliste aufgeführt wurde. Abbé Pierre stammte aus einer wohlhabenden Unternehmerfamilie und war das fünfte Kind eines reichen Seidenfabrikanten. Er besuchte ein von Jesuiten geleitetes Gymnasium in Lyon. In dieser Umgebung ents. 88 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159083304

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Item Description: Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x10 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 85. Kapitel: Kapuziner, Kapuzinerkloster, Abbé Pierre, Kapuzinerkirche St. Elisabeth, Pio von Pietrelcina, Fidelis von Sigmaringen, Père Joseph, Ignaz Aurelius Feßler, Guido Benedikt Beck, Guglielmo Massaia, Jean-Henri Maubert de Gouvest, Alexius von Speyer, Paulus Terwitte, Ingbert Naab, Benedict Groeschel, Kloster Rapperswil, Luigi Padovese, Georg von Pfronten-Kreuzegg, Gideon Spicker, Sebastian Englert, Wilhelm Egger, Ambrosius von Oelde, Felix von Cantalice, Charles Joseph Chaput, Franz Xaver Hacker, Paul Hinder, Marco d Aviano, Leopold Mandic, Stephan Steinberger, Georg Müßig, Laurentius von Schnifis, Walter Ludin, Kloster Lad, Sigbert Wagener, Cyprian Fröhlich, Anton Rotzetter, Konrad von Parzham, Luis Amigó, Henri de Joyeuse, Honorat Kozminski, Theobald Mathew, Matthias von Saarburg, Cesare Bonizzi, Raniero Cantalamessa, Laurentius von Brindisi, Theodosius Florentini, Emerich Sinelli, Sean Patrick O Malley, Valerian von Magnis, Vital Maria Conçalves de Oliveira, Lucian Pulvermacher, Kloster Acquafredda, Ruggero Franceschini, Pierre Parisot, Walbert Bühlmann, Bernardo Strozzi, Jakob von Ghazir, Archangelus Löslein, Mauro Jöhri, Seraphisches Liebeswerk der Kapuziner, Juan Rodolfo Laise, Prokop von Templin, Bernardo da Corleone, Adrian Holderegger, Bernardino Ochino, Hilarin Felder, Hilarius von Sexten, Benedikt der Mohr, Samuel Gaumain, Francis Baldacchino, Jirí Padour, John Aloysius Ward, Liste von Kapuzinerklöstern in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz, Adalbert Ehrenfried, Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule Münster, Theophil Ruderstaller, Felizian Bessmer, Consolata Betrone, Livio Reginaldo Fischione, Osório Bebber, Stefan Knobloch, Santuario di Gibilmanna, Johann IV. von Manderscheid-Blankenheim, Francisco Chimoio, Jérôme-Michel-Francis Martin, Domenico Crescentino Marinozzi, Sixtus Josef Parzinger, Santa Maria Immacolata a Via Veneto, Kloster San Pietro di Paliano, Manfred Marent, Pellegrino Tomaso Ronchi, Heribert Jone, Dietrich Wiederkehr, Lino Esterino Garavaglia, Caetano Antônio Lima dos Santos, Ignazio da Laconi, Peter Baptist Tadamaro Ishigami, Giuseppe Germano Bernardini, Antônio Eliseu Zuqueto, Martin von Cochem, Adalberto Paulo da Silva, Calogero Peri, Georges Marcel Émile Nicolas Perron, Jorge Scarso, Heinrich Suso Braun, Agostinho José Sartori, Francesco Saverio Toppi, Giovanni Bernardo Gremoli, Francesco Gioia, Luca Milesi, Serafim Shyngo-Ya-Hombo, Agustín Romualdo Álvarez Rodríguez, Antoine Dubois, José Francisco Moreira dos Santos, Pedro Luís Guido Scarpa, Louis-François Duplessis de Mornay, Crispinus von Viterbo, Fridolin Ambongo Besungu, Ludovico Micara, Innozenz von Berzo, Mateo de Bascio, Père Marie-Benoît, Giovanni Antonio Cavazzi da Montecuccolo. Auszug: Abbé Pierre (bürgerlicher Name Henri Antoine Grouès; 5. August 1912 in Lyon; 22. Januar 2007 in Paris) war ein französischer katholischer Priester, der die Wohltätigkeitsorganisation Emmaus (franz. Emmaüs) gegründet hat. Sein Pseudonym Abbé Pierre stammt aus der Zeit des Zweiten Weltkrieges, in der er der französischen Résistance und jüdischen Flüchtlingen half. Abbé Pierre führte 30 Jahre lang die Umfragen nach dem beliebtesten Franzosen an, bis er 2005 auf eigenen Wunsch nicht mehr in dieser Rangliste aufgeführt wurde. Abbé Pierre stammte aus einer wohlhabenden Unternehmerfamilie und war das fünfte Kind eines reichen Seidenfabrikanten. Er besuchte ein von Jesuiten geleitetes Gymnasium in Lyon. In dieser Umgebung ents. 88 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159083304

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Item Description: Coordenada-Editora de Brasil, Brazil, 1971. First?. Book Condition: very good. First?. 22 cm, 146, wraps, index. Text is in Portuguese. Signed by one of the contributors, Cassiano Nunes. Bookseller Inventory # 022963

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Item Description: Berlin: de Gruyter, 2001. Book Condition: Sehr gut. XI, 720 S. Ein gutes und sauberes Exemplar. - Peter Baumann, Epistemologische Aspekte in Kants Moralphilosophie -- Walter Brinkmann, Die Goldene Regel und der Kategorische Imperativ: Rationalität und praktische Notwendigkeit -- Olivier Dekens, Les stratégies de la loi. L'élaboration kantienne du prescriptif -- Rex Gilliland, Kant's Doctrine of the Primacy of Pure Practical Reason and the Problem of a Unitary System of Philosophy -- Horst Hermann, Kant als Erzieher -- Christian Illies, Die vermeintliche Leere des Kategorischen Imperativs. Zur Anwendbarkeit von Kants Moralprinzip -- Christian Klotz, Gesetzesbegriffe in Kants Ethik -- Zeljko Loparic, Das Faktum der Vernunft - eine semantische Auslegung -- Marcel Quarfood, Kant's Practical Deduction of Moral Obligation in Groundwork III -- Georg Römpp, Die Artikulation der Autonomie - Zur systematischen Stellung der Tugendlehre in der kantischen Moralphilosophie -- Dieter Schönecker, What is the 'First Proposition' Regarding Duty in Kant's Grundlegung -- Charlene Haddock Seigfried, Kantian Autonomy Fails to Fulfill the Conditions of Practical Rationality -- Bettina Stangneth, Das "Faktum der Vernunft" - Versuch einer Ortsbestimmung -- Klaus Steigleder, Hypothetische Imperative als reflexive Urteile -- Toshiro Terada, The Allegedly Kantian Thesis "Freedom Is Nothing Else but Autonomy" -- Stefano Bacin, Die Lehre vom Begriff des Guten in der Kritik der praktischen Vernunft -- Monika Betzier, Moralische Konflikte: Versuch einer kantischen Deutung -- Maria de Lourdes Borges, Sympathy in Kant's Moral Theory -- William W. Clohesy, Seeking Altruism in Kant's Practical Philosophy -- Rodica Croitoru, What Could Transmit the Kantian Value to the Communist View on Value -- Daniel Dumouchel, La théorie kantienne de la subjectivité et le problème de l'affectivité pratique -- Jeffrey Edwards, Material Conditions of Practical Principles in Kant's Kritik der Praktischen Vernunft -- Andrea Esser, Kant und moralische Konflikte -- Christel Fricke, Kants Theorie des guten Willens zwischen empiristischer -- Konsenstheorie und Crusianischer Moraltheologie -- Joshua Glasgow, Kant's Non-Prudential Duty of Beneficence -- Karl Hepfer, ". der Stein der Weisen": Motivation und Maximen -- Beatrix Himmelmann, Die Lüge als Problem für Kants praktische Philosophie -- Patrick Paul Kain, A Preliminary Defense of Kantian Prudence -- Samuel J. Kerstein, College Park -- Kant's (Not So Radical?) Hedonism -- Morten Kinander, Bergen -- The Hermeneutics of Practical Perspectivism -- Kâroly Kokai, Wien -- Von der Menschenwürde -- Manfred Kühn, Marburg -- Kant and Cicero -- Hiroo Nakamura, Nagano -- Die Kritik der Urteilskraft als "Propädeutik" der -- Metaphysik der Sitten -- Nythamar Fernandes de Oliveira, Porto Alegre -- Kant, Rawls, and the Foundations of a Theory of Justice -- Birgit Recki, Hamburg -- Achtung vor der zweckmäßigen Natur - Die Erweiterung der -- kantischen Ethik durch die dritte Kritik -- Valerio Rohden, Porto Alegre iceros formula und Kants "neue Formel" des Moralprinzips u.v.m. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 550 Fadengehefteter Originalpappband. Bookseller Inventory # 1024956

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Item Description: Belin, 2001. Book Condition: Très bon. 16 x 24. Broché, dos carré, 394 p. Numéro double. Au sommaire : les territoires de l'économie, XVe-XIXe siècles, dossier coordonné par Philippe Minard / Penser l'espace : Gérard Chastagnaret / Olivier Raveux - Espace et stratégies industrielles aux XVIIIe et XIXe siècles : exploiter le laboratoire méditerranéen / Guillaume Garner - Territoire et espace dans la théorie économique en Allemagne, 1750-1820. / Marchands au long cours : Jean-Philippe Priotti, Guerre et expansion commerciale : le rôle des Basques dans l'empire espagnol au XVIe siècle / Gérard Gayot - La main invisible qui guidait les marchands aux foires de Leipzig : enquête sur un haut lieu de la réalisation des bénéfices, 1750-1830 / Matthieu de Oliveira - Négoce et territoire : les passeports nordistes au XIXe siècle (1791-1869). / Frontières et fraudes : Natividad Planas - La frontière franchissable : normes et pratiques dans les échanges entre le royaume de Majorque et les terres d'Islam au XVIIe siècle / Samuel Fettah - Les consuls de France et la contrebande dans le port franc de Livourne à l'époque du Risorgimento. Les formes de l'intégration spatiale : Mathieu Arnoux / Jacques Bottin - Autour de Rouen et Paris : modalités d'intégration d'un espace drapier (XIIIe-XVIe siècles) / Caroline Douki - Le territoire économique d'une région d'émigration : campagnes et montagnes lucquoises, du milieu du XIXe siècle à 1914. Lectures et débats : Michel Morineau - Quodlibet : or brésilien, macroéconomie et croissance économique en France et en Angleterre au XVIIIe siècle / Jochen Hoock - Économie politique et histoire. Le temps retrouvé. Dos parfait. Exemplaire en très bon état. Bookseller Inventory # 002563

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Item Description: Bompiani, Milano, 1994. Brossura. Book Condition: buone. Prima edizione. Presentazione di Enrico Ghezzi. Cm.21,2x15. Pg.XVI, 594. Illustrazioni. Scritti di Michelangelo Antonioni, Massimo Bacigalupo, Carmelo Bene, Ingmar Bergman, Bernardo Bertolucci, Stan Brakhage, Tod Browning, Claude Chabrol, Chen Kaige, René Clair, Jean Cocteau, Francis Ford Coppola, Samuel Fuller, Abel Gance, Ritwik Ghatak, Jean Luc Godard, Sacha Guitry, Neil Jordan, Nacer Khemir, Krzysztof Kiéslowski, Eric De Kuyper, Fritz Lang, David Lynch, Mohsen Makhmalbaf, David Mamet, Jonas Mekas, Jean Negulesco, Manoel De Oliveira, Max Ophüls, Nagisa Oshima, Yasijiro Ozu, Sergej Paradzanov, Robert Parrish, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Nicholas Ray, Edgar Reitz, Jean Renoir, Glauber Rocha, Maurice Schérer, Jean Marie Straub, Seijun Suzuki, Hans Jürgen Syberberg, Irving G.Thalberg, François Truffaut, Dziga Vertov, King Vidor, Orson Welles, Ed Wood, Andrzej Zulawski. 1050 gr. Bookseller Inventory # 120765

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Item Description: E-papers, Rio de Janeiro. Tapa Blanda. Book Condition: New. 21x14. O movimento dos favelados foi capítulo significativo na história das lutas sociais no Brasil na década de 1960, e provocou um processo de politização que empolgou numerosos setores da sociedade que almejavam realizar reformas para minorar as mazelas sociais do país. Como outros movimentos a Federação dos Favelados cresceu e aumentou suas influências, porém teve suas esperanças e utopias destruídas pelo golpe militar de 1964. Este livro, fruto de mestrado em História pela Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais em 2008 busca compreender as formas de representação e ação dos 'trabalhadores favelados', interpretando a experiência política desse ator. Almeja-se descrever os principais confrontos, estratégias e alianças dos movimento com as autoridades públicas e outros segmentos sociais entre 1959 e 1964, além de esclarecer as representações e sentidos da ação do movimento: a articulação de uma visão de mundo que legitimava a luta social. 310 gr. Bookseller Inventory # 1-160258-0

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GRIECO, Donatello, compiler and editor].

Published by Rio de Janeiro, Ministério da Educação e Cultura / Instituto Nacional do Livro, 1968. (1968)

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Item Description: Rio de Janeiro, Ministério da Educação e Cultura / Instituto Nacional do Livro, 1968., 1968. 401 pp., 10 plates, with images on both sides. Large 8°, original printed wrappers (slight soiling; very minor fraying at foot of spine). Unopened; in very good to fine condition. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION. The bibliography occupies pp. 7-40. This is followed by a number of brief literary profiles (pp. 41-132) by 25 authors, including Afrânio Peixoto, Jorge Amado, José Lins do Rego, Donatello Grieco, João de Barros, Gilberto Freyre, and Josué Montello (3). Then there are nine brief essays (pp. 133-70) on literary prizes awarded Agrippino Grieco from 1910 to 1923, including contributions by Oliveira Vianna, Tristão de Athayde (2), and Ronald de Carvalho. Next are 15 brief essays on "Livros da Maturidade" (pp. 171-226), including texts by Jorge Amado, Édison Carneiro, Samuel Putnam, Josué Montello, and José Lins do Rego. On "Machado de Assis" (pp. 227-58) there are seven brief essays; there are six in a section "O Conferencista" (pp. 259-90), including texts by Oswald de Andrade and Josué Montello; "Em Portugal" (pp. 291-326) contains nine brief essays, including two by João de Barros; then there are six interviews (pp. 327-88), and letters (pp. 389-98) by Ronald de Carvalho, Monteiro Lobato, and Alceu Amoroso Lima.----. Bookseller Inventory # 36758

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MACEDO, José Agostinho de.

Published by Lisbon, Na Of. de Joaquim Thomaz de Aquino Bulhões, 1814. (1814)

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Item Description: Lisbon, Na Of. de Joaquim Thomaz de Aquino Bulhões, 1814., 1814. Woodcut royal Portuguese arms on title-page. 16 pp. 4°, contemporary decorated wrappers inside later beige plain wrappers, with author and title in manuscript on front cover. In very good condition. Old rectangular paper tag with red border and serrated edges, and ink manuscript "425" on upper inner corner of front wrapper. ---- FIRST EDITION. Astrea, Marte, o Genio da Lusitania, Europa, Asia, Africa and America speak in praise of the Prince Regent, with frequent references to the French, to the British, and to the Portuguese empire (Asia, Amazon, Zaire).The piece concludes: @E vereis que he melhor, que he mais jocundo / Ser Rei de Portugal, que Rei do Mundo.José Agostinho de Macedo (1761-1831) was a prolific writer of prose and verse, best known for his pamphleteering: "Ponderous and angry like a lesser Samuel Johnson, he bullies and crushes his opponents in the raciest vernacular . . . his idiomatic and vigorous prose will always be read with pleasure" (Bell, @Portuguese Literature p. 282). Macedo was also well known for his arrogance in literary matters: he condemned as worthless Homer's poems, which he had never read in the original, and believed his own epic @Gama, 1811 (reworked and published as @O Oriente, 1814), could have taught Camões how @Os Lusiadas should have been written. Toward the end of his life Macedo became Court preacher and chronicler, and a friend of D. Miguel.---- Innocêncio IV, 193. Ayres Magalhães de Sepúlveda, @Dicionário bibliográfico da Guerra Peninsular II, 243. Not in Biblioteca Pública de Braga, @Catálogo do Fundo Barca-Oliveira. On Macedo, see also António Ferreira de Brito, in Machado, ed., @Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 288-9; Maria Luísa Malato Borralho, in @Biblos, III, 315-20; @Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, I, 575; and Saraiva & Lopes, @História da literatura portuguesa (16th ed.), pp. 661-5. NUC: ICN, MH. OCLC: 4721129 (Houghton Library, University of Miami, University of Arizona, Newberry Library, Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library-University of Toronto); 561870302 (British Library); 61870302 (British Library). Porbase locates only two copies, both at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. Copac repeats British Library only. Bookseller Inventory # 22227

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MACEDO, José Agostinho de.

Published by Lisbon, Na Impressam Regia, 1814. (1814)

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Item Description: Lisbon, Na Impressam Regia, 1814., 1814. Woodcut Portuguese royal arms on title page. 16 pp. 4°, unbound, stitched. Occasional very light foxing. In fine condition. ---- FIRST EDITION of this poem that attacks Napoleon in Macedo's usual virulent style. It includes a mention of the Russian campaign and concludes with the rather disturbing lines, "A Paz pede huma victima sangrenta, / Nos altares da Paz morra o Tyranno."José Agostinho de Macedo (1761-1831) was a prolific writer of prose and verse, best known for his pamphleteering: "Ponderous and angry like a lesser Samuel Johnson, he bullies and crushes his opponents in the raciest vernacular . . . his idiomatic and vigorous prose will always be read with pleasure" (Bell, @Portuguese Literature p. 282). Macedo was also well known for his arrogance in literary matters: he condemned as worthless Homer's poems, which he had never read in the original, and believed his own epic @Gama, 1811 (reworked and published as @O Oriente, 1814), could have taught Camões how @Os Lusiadas should have been written. Toward the end of his life Macedo became Court preacher and chronicler, and a friend of D. Miguel.---- Innocêncio IV, 190. Palha 893. Ayres Magalhães de Sepúlveda, @Dicionário bibliográfico da Guerra Peninsular II, 243. Biblioteca Pública de Braga, @Catálogo do Fundo Barca-Oliveira, p. 167. On Macedo, see also António Ferreira de Brito, in Machado, ed., @Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 288-9; Maria Luísa Malato Borralho, in @Biblos, III, 315-20; @Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, I, 575; and Saraiva & Lopes, @História da literatura portuguesa (16th ed.), pp. 661-5. NUC: ICN, MH, DCU-IA. OCLC: 222248316 (Newberry Library, Harvard University, University of Kansas, University of Toronto). Porbase locates two copies at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal and one at the Biblioteca Municipal de Elvas. Not located in Copac. Bookseller Inventory # 22210

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MACEDO, José Agostinho de.

Published by Lisbon, Na Impressão Regia, 1819. (1819)

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Item Description: Lisbon, Na Impressão Regia, 1819., 1819. Woodcut Portuguese royal arms on title page. 93 pp., (1 l. advertisement). 8°, contemporary brown decorated wrappers (some insect damage to covers). Occasional light marginal soiling. Uncut and largely unopened. Overall in very good condition. ---- FIRST EDITION of @Macedo's first published dramatic work, said by Bell (@Portuguese Literature p. 281) to be based loosely on Napoleon and Joséphine.Macedo (1761-1831), the most prolific writer his time, produced both prose and verse but is best known for his pamphleteering: "Ponderous and angry like a lesser Samuel Johnson, he bullies and crushes his opponents in the raciest vernacular ? his idiomatic and vigorous prose will always be read with pleasure" (Bell, @Portuguese Literature p. 282). Macedo was also well known for his arrogance in literary matters: he condemned as worthless Homer's poems, which he had never read in the original, and believed his own epic @O Oriente could have taught Camões how @Os Lusiadas should have been written.---- Innocêncio IV, 192. Palha 1249. Not in Ayres Magalhães de Sepúlveda, @Dicionário bibliográfico da Guerra Peninsular. Not in Biblioteca Pública de Braga, @Catálogo do Fundo Barca-Oliveira. On Macedo, see also António Ferreira de Brito, in Machado, ed., @Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 288-9; Maria Luísa Malato Borralho, in @Biblos, III, 315-20; @Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, I, 575; and Saraiva & Lopes, @História da literatura portuguesa (16th ed.), pp. 661-5. NUC: DLC, MH, InU, CU. OCLC: 24388627 (without mention of the advertisement leaf; locates fourteen copies, but we think some may be eBooks); 697185498 (an eBook; locating copies at the University of Victoria, and Bibliothèque Nationale de France). Porbase locates five copies, three in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, and one each in the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian and the Biblioteca Municipal de Elvas. Copac locates a single copy, at the British Library. Bookseller Inventory # 22212

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MACEDO, José Agostinho de.

Published by [Colophon] Porto, Viuva Alvarez Ribeiro & Filhos, Typ. a Praça de Sta. Thereza; and Lisbon: Impressão Regia, 1828-1829. (1829)

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Item Description: [Colophon] Porto, Viuva Alvarez Ribeiro & Filhos, Typ. a Praça de Sta. Thereza; and Lisbon: Impressão Regia, 1828-1829., 1829. Each issue with 16 pp., except nº 25 (18 pp. + 1 blank l.); LACKING the final, unnumbered issue. 26 issues in 1 volume. 4°, contemporary half calf over marbled boards (minor wear), flat spine gilt, title in gilt in second compartment; sprinkled edges. Number 16 cut close at bottom; number 17 trimmed at top, affecting a few page numbers. Otherwise fine. Unidentified bookplate with initials "A.D." and motto "Aere perennius." 26 issues in 1 volume. ---- A mixed set: nos. 1-11 and 25 are reprints done at Porto (originally printed in Lisbon, 1828); nos. 12-24 and 26 are the first edition, printed in Lisbon at the Impressão Regia. This set lacks the final issue, an incomplete one published posthumously and without a number. The work is another of Macedo's vitriolic diatribes, this time on liberals and the Portuguese constitution. The first issue was published in Lisbon by Bulhões, the rest by the Impressão Régia; the whole series printed again in Porto.Macedo (1761-1831) was a prolific writer of prose and verse, best known for his pamphleteering: "Ponderous and angry like a lesser Samuel Johnson, he bullies and crushes his opponents in the raciest vernacular . his idiomatic and vigorous prose will always be read with pleasure" (Bell, @Portuguese Literature p. 282). Macedo was also well known for his arrogance in literary matters: he condemned as worthless Homer's poems, which he had never read in the original, and believed his own epic @Gama, 1811 (reworked and published as @O Oriente, 1814), could have taught Camões how @Os Lusiadas should have been written.---- Innocêncio IV, 197, 459: calling for 26 numbers issued while the author was alive, and one issued posthumously, incomplete and without a number. Joseph Conefrey, @Jornais, séries e periódicos portugueses 1826-1834, nº 22: "série importante." Canto, @Ensaio bibliográphico . 1828-1834, nº 1503. Silva Pereira, @O Jornalismo portuguez p. 24. Universidade de Coimbra, @Publicações periódicas portuguesas 355: 26 + unnumbered final issue. Palha 3726: calling for 27 numbers, 1828-1831. Not in @Union List of Serials. On Macedo, see also António Ferreira de Brito, in Machado, ed., @Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 288-9; Maria Luísa Malato Borralho, in @Biblos, III, 315-20; @Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, I, 575; and Saraiva & Lopes, @História da literatura portuguesa (16th ed.), pp. 661-5. NUC: DLC-P4, MH. OCLC: 5014434 (University of Arizona, Catholic University of America-Oliveira Lima Library, Indiana University, Harvard University, University of New Mexico, British Library); 815291421 (British Library); 457794258 (Bibliothèque nationale de France); 316564817 (National Library of Scotland, with only 26 issues); digitized version is 848562958. Porbase locates copies in 6 institutions. Copac repeats the British Library and National Library of Scotland. Bookseller Inventory # 22205

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Item Description: 1854, sessional number 370. xii and 195 pp. Minute of Appointment, Report, Proceedings of the Committee, List of Witnesses, Minutes of Evidence, Appendix and Index. Committee appointed March 1854 ‘to inquire into the State and Condition of the Bridges over the Thames, in the Metropolis, to report whether they are adequate to the present vastly increasing Traffic; whether it be desirable to construct one or more Bridges over the River; and, if so, at what Point or Points; whether it would be desirable to provide, out of Local Funds, the Means of throwing Open to the Public the present Toll-paying Bridges; and, if so, upon what Terms such Bridges could be thrown Open; and to extend their Inquiry to the Area subject to the Coal Tax ’. The Chairman was Benjamin Oliveira. Evidence given by 50 witnesses including Samuel Laing, M.P., Chairman of the London and Brighton Railway Company [1812-1897, see D.N.B.], Ferdinand Brand, Comptroller of the Bridge-house estates, Francis Bennoch, proposer of plan for a bridge across Thames from St Paul’s, James Walker, civil engineer, John Robinson McClean, civil engineer, Samuel Bateson, engineer and architect, Thomas Page, civil engineer employed by Board of Works [1803-1877, see D.N.B.], Robert Few, Chairman of Charing Cross Bridge Company, Alderman [David] Salomons, citizen of London [1797-1873, barrister, businessman, Jew and member of the Coopers’ Company, see D.N.B.], Price Prichard Baly, acting engineer to Charing Cross Bridge Company, Isambard Kingdom Brunel [1806-1859, civil engineer, see D.N.B.] (pp. 65-70), John Plews, civil engineer, George Powell, Chief Clerk of Waterloo Bridge, George Rennie [1791-1866, civil engineer, see D.N.B.] (evidence re Southwark Bridge, p. 82), Joshua Walker, a Director of Southwark Bridge, James Leith, Secretary to Southwark Bridge Company, William Tite [1798-1873, architect, see D.N.B.], John Williams, a director of Vauxhall Bridge, Frederick Gould, Mayor of [Borough] of Kingston[-upon-Thames], Major Charles Lestock Boileau, Chairman of Hammersmith Bridge Company, Frederick Halsey Janson, Solicitor to Battersea Bridge. Appendix contains, inter alia, 11 architects’ and engineer’s drawings, plans, etc., including (i) large folding drawing by J. Pym ‘Metropolitan Super-way. Line from Blackwall Station, Fenchurch Street, to Charing Cross, as seen from the Surrey Side of River Thames’, (ii) large folding ‘Metropolitan Super-highway, detailed elevation’, (iii) large folding ‘Metropolitan Super-way. View of Line crossing the Thames from South Eastern Railway Station, to Blackwall, & Eastern Counties Railway Station, below London Bridge’, (iv) large folding ‘Plan of Metropolitan Super-way’, (v) large folding ‘Charing Cross Bridge, general Plan & Section of Bridge shewing the proposed Approaches’, (vi) large folding sections of ‘Charing Cross Bridge. Drawing of Flooring’, (vii) ‘Charing Cross Bridge. Drawing [plans and sections] of Cutwater to Piers as now constructed’. Chief topics and places investigated and reported upon include Battersea Bridge, Blackfriars Bridge, Charing Cross, Charing Cross Bridge, coal duty, Hammersmith Bridge, Hampton Court Bridge, Kew Bridge, Kingston Brdige, London Bridge, Putney Bridge, railways, railway companies, Richmond Bridge, proposed St Paul’s Bridge, Southwark Bridge, Staines Bridge, taxation, Thames Tunnel, tolls, proposed Tower Bridge, traffic, Vauxhall Bridge, Waterloo Bridge, Waterloo Bridge Company, etc. Folio. Good condition. Rebound in blue buckram boards with gold titling. Bookseller Inventory # 9606

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SÁ, José Maria de [a.k.a Fr. José Maria de Jesus].

Published by Lisbon, Na Impressão Regia, 1810. (1810)

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Item Description: Lisbon, Na Impressão Regia, 1810., 1810. Woodcut Portuguese royal arms on title page. 48 pp. 8°, blind-stamped calf from a seventeenth-century binding (slight wear at extremities), text block edges sprinkled blue-green. Very good to fine condition. Stamp and stamped accession number of Dr. José Bayolo Pacheco de Amorim, as well as the blue oval stamp of the Biblioteca of the Universidade Autonoma de Lisboa, Rua de Santa Marta, 56, on recto of front free endleaf. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION. This is the second blast by this author in what was an extended polemical war begun by José Agostinho de Macedo on the theme of Sebastianism and Sebastianists. Earlier the same year Sá published at the same press, with the same collation, a work in which the author's name does not appear on the title page and instead is given as "hum Amador de Verdade", and in which the words "em que se continûa a responder ao segundo ponto" are omitted. Not much is known about the author, who was active in the first quarter of the nineteenth century and was a Franciscan of the Third Order, living at the convento de Nossa Senhora de Jesus in Lisbon. According to Innocêncio, José Maria de Sá was his secular name.King Sebastian was presumed killed at the Battle of Alcácer-Quibir in 1578, but there were no eyewitnesses, and his body was never found. Many Portuguese came to believe Sebastian survived the battle and would return to claim his throne. This led to Sebastianism: the belief that Sebastian could return at any moment. Politically, there was the belief that King Philip II of Castile (Philip I of Portugal) was not the rightful heir to the Portuguese throne. During the time of the Iberian Union, between 1580 and 1640, four men claimed to be the returned King Sebastian; the last of these pretenders, who was in fact an Italian, was hanged in 1619.Over the years myths and legends arose concerning Sebastian, the common thread being that he was a great Portuguese patriot, the "sleeping king" who would return to help Portugal in its darkest hour - like the British King Arthur or the German Frederick Barbarossa. He would then be known by symbolic names: @O Encoberto (The Hidden One) who would return on a foggy morning to save Portugal; or @O Desejado (The Desired). The legend was vigorously promoted through the massive circulation of popular rhymes (@trovas) written by Bandarra. Even in the final decade of the twentieth century, Sebastianist peasants in the Brazilian sertão believed that the king would return to help them in their rebellion against the "godless" Brazilian republic.The tale of Sebastian's disappearance and alleged return is the basis for the popular song "A Lenda de El Rei D. Sebastião" ("The Legend of King Sebastian") by the Portuguese band Quarteto 1111 in 1968. He is also depicted in a Harry Potter game (Order of the Phoenix), as a portrait which leads to the transfiguration courtyard.---- Innocêncio V, 37. Not in Ayres Magalhães de Sepúlveda, @Dicionário bibliográfico da Guerra Peninsular. Not in Biblioteca Pública de Braga, @Catálogo do Fundo Barca-Oliveira. OCLC: 254111195 (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin - Preussischer Kulturbesitz); 222291633 (Thomas Fischer Rare Book Library-University of Toronto). Porbase locates three copies, all in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. Copac cites a single copy of what is probably the earlier work by the author on this subject (the cataloguing information was insufficient to differentiate with absolute certainty) at the British Library. Not in Hollis, which cites the author's earlier work on this subject.---- BOUND WITH: MACEDO, José Agostinho de. @As pateadas de theatro investigadas na sua origem, e causas. Lisbon: Na Impressão Regia, 1812. 8º, 132 pp.FIRST EDITION. José Agostinho de Macedo (1761-1831) was a prolific writer of prose and verse, best known for his pamphleteering: "Ponderous and angry like a lesser Samuel Johnson, he bullies and crushes his opponents in the raciest vernacular ? his idiomatic and vigorous prose will always be read wi. Bookseller Inventory # 36083

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MACEDO, José Agostinho de].

Published by Lisbon, na Impressão Liberal, 1823. (1823)

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Item Description: Lisbon, na Impressão Liberal, 1823., 1823. 96 pp. 5 issues plus 2 supplements. 4°, contemporary sheep (covers scraped, other minor wear), flat spine gilt, crimson morocco lettering piece (partly defective), edges sprinkled blue-green. Internally fine, overall very good to fine. 5 issues plus 2 supplements. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION, a COMPLETE RUN of this philosophical discourse on topics such as political and royal power, anarchism, rights, liberty, the Anglo-Portuguese alliance, and religious reform.José Agostinho de Macedo (1761-1831) was a prolific writer of prose and verse, best known for his aggressive pamphleteering on behalf of the absolutists: "Ponderous and angry like a lesser Samuel Johnson, he bullies and crushes his opponents in the raciest vernacular . his idiomatic and vigorous prose will always be read with pleasure" (Bell, @Portuguese Literature p. 282). Macedo's high literary reputation among contemporaries proved ephemeral.As a young man, Macedo caused so much trouble within the Augustinian Order that he was unfrocked in 1792, but an influential friend helped him retain his ecclesiastical status by obtaining a brief of secularization. Soon becoming a leading orator, he was named royal preacher in 1802.Macedo is notorious for his arrogance in literary matters: he condemned as worthless Homer's poems, which he had never read in the original, and believed his own epic @Gama, 1811 (reworked and published as @O Oriente, 1814), could have taught Camões how @Os Lusiadas should have been written. When the public reception for @O Oriente was less than enthusiastic, he published @Censura dos Lusiadas, a detailed and virulent critique of Camões. In @Os Burros, a satirical poem published 1812-1814, Macedo skewered a host of men and women, living and dead. Barbosa du Bocage's satirical poem @Pena de Taliao was provoked by Macedo: "Expõe no tribunal da eternidade / Monumentos de audacia, e não de engenho ."---- Rafael & Santos, @Jornais e revistas portugueses do séc. XIX, 1974. Innocêncio IV, 196. On Macedo, see also António Ferreira de Brito, in Machado, ed., @Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 288-9; Maria Luísa Malato Borralho, in @Biblos, III, 315-20; @Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, I, 575; and Saraiva & Lopes, @História da literatura portuguesa (16th ed.), pp. 661-5. Not located in OCLC. Porbase locates 4 copies at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, 3 at the Biblioteca Pública Municipal do Porto, and 1 at the Universidade de Coimbra. Not located in Copac.---- BOUND WITH: [MACEDO, José Agostinho de]. @A tripa virada. Periodico Semanal. Lisbon: na Officina da Horrorosa Conspiração [1823]. 4º, 36 pp. 3 numbers. FIRST and ONLY EDITION. Refers with considerable satisfaction to the coup d?état of June 3, 1823, by which D. João VI abolished the liberal Constitution of 1822 and dissolved the Cortes, returning Portugal to an absolutist monarchy. @* Rafael & Santos, @Jornais e revistas portugueses do séc. XIX, 5038. Innocêncio IV, 196. Pinto de Mattos (1970) p. 400. OCLC: 5523502 (Catholic University of America-Oliveira Lima Library, Newberry Library, Indiana University, University of Kansas, Harvard University); 763057122 (internet resource at Google, but not digitized). Porbase locates copies at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal (12) and the Biblioteca Pública Municipal do Porto (8). Not located in Copac. AND BOUND WITH:[MACEDO, José Agostinho de]. @Tripa por uma vez. Livro primeiro, e ultimo. Lisbon: na Officina da Horrorosa Conspiração,1823. 4º, 67 pp. 1 issue.FIRST and ONLY EDITION. A continuation of the previous work, with most of the venom directed at the pretentions of the Cortes. The situation in Brazil is discussed on pp. 32-7.@* Innocêncio IV, 196. Pinto de Mattos (1970) p. 400. Cf. Rafael & Santos, @Jornais e revistas portugueses do séc. XIX, 5037. Not located in OCLC. Porbase locates multiple copies in 4 locations (Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, Biblioteca Pública Municipal do Porto, Universidade dos Açores, Biblioteca Municip. Bookseller Inventory # 35073

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SILVA, Yeosuah da.

Published by Amsterdam, Em Casa de Yahacob de Cordova, 5448 [i.e. 1688]. (1688)

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Item Description: Amsterdam, Em Casa de Yahacob de Cordova, 5448 [i.e. 1688]., 1688. Large woodcut vignette on title-page; numerous woodcut initials and tailpieces. Hebrew type. (7 ll., 1 blank l.), 497, (1) pp. Leaf CCC4 cancelled; the quire has only three leaves, but pagination and text follow. Large 4° (21 x 16.5 cm.), late-ninteenth?century three quarter dark green morocco over marbled boards by Ferin (spine faded, slight rubbing at extremities), spine gilt with raised bands in six compartments, gilt lettering and numbering, gilt fillets on leather of covers where it meets the marbled boards, top edge rouged, marbled endleaves, gilt circular supra?libris of Bernardino Ribeiro de Carvalho, Lisboa, on front cover, with his name on the outer circle and gilt monogram at center. Light browning, occasional minor stains. Complete and with ample margins. Overall in very good condition. Old signature of Samuel Bendalack in upper blank margin of title-page. From the library of the Condes de Linhares, with inscription in lower blank margin of title-page "Da Livraria Conde de Li // nhares" (purchased by Bernardino Ribeiro de Carvalho at the 15 December 1895 sale, lot 876; cutting from that catalogue pasted on to recto of third and final front free endleaf). Small printed binder's ticket of Livraria Ferin in upper outer corner of verso of front free endleaf. ---- FIRST EDITION. The main text of this work contains thirteen articles, or discourses. The subjects are (1) the existence of the creator, (2) the unity of God, (3) the non?corporality of God, (4) on the eternal nature of the creator, (only God is to be worshipped, as opposed to angels and other heavenly beings), (6), on prophecy, (7) the prophesy of Moses, (8) God gave his law to his people, (9) the law of Moses is eternal, and can never be changed for another, (10) God knows all humans, (11) the good and the just will be rewarded, while the impious and wicked will be castigated, (12) when the messiah comes, the people of Israel will be returned to their original state; and (13) at the resurrection of the dead, there will be a final judgment. The texts contain valuable material concerning the history of the Jews of London. At the end of the discourses is a sermon preached at the author's funeral by Yshac Aboab; on the final page is the author's epitaph. The preliminary leaves include three pages of dedication by the author's widow, Sara, a single page note by Yshak Aboab, and a three page introduction by Selomoh de Oliveira. The author was a disciple of Morteira and of Yshac Aboab, a member of the Academy "Arbol de las Vidas" of Amsterdam, and Haham of the Portuguese Jewish community of London, where he died in 1679.@Provenance: D. Rodrigo de Sousa Countinho Teixeira de Andrada Barbosa (1823?1894), 3º Conde de Linhares (modern title). The library of the Condes de Linhares, consisting of over 14,000 volumes, was one of the most important ever formed in Portugal. The title, extinguished in the seventeenth century, was revived in the Sousa Coutinho family, one of the most cultured and enlightened of the old Portuguese nobility. The first Conde de Linhares in this line (descendents but not the representatives of the original line), was D Rodrigo de Sousa Coutinho (Chaves, 1745?Rio de Janeiro, 1812). He was created Conde de Linhares in 1808. His grandson, the third Conde de Linhares in the Sousa Coutinho line, D. Rodrigo de Sousa Countinho (Paris, 1823?Sintra, 1894), married a daughter of the first Duques de Loulé, who through her mother was a grandaughter of D. João VI and D. Carlota Joaquina. Bernardino Ribeiro de Carvalho (1846?1910), born in the freguesia de Cabaços, concelho de Alvaiázere, came to Lisbon, was brought into the business of his uncle / father?in?law, and acquired a great fortune importing exotic lumber. He was a passionate book collector, frequenting auctions and bookshops from the 1860s until shortly prior to his death. Among the sales he attended and purchased at were those of Sir Gubian (1867), the Visconde de Juromenha (1887), José da Silva Men. Bookseller Inventory # 35496

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