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Chamberlain, Rudolph W. & Edwin B. Richards

Published by Iroquois Publishing Co., Syracuse NY (1931)

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About this Item: Iroquois Publishing Co., Syracuse NY, 1931. Cloth. Condition: Good. b&w Photos (illustrator). Book block clean and tight. Some discoloration at edges; one page stained. Cover rubbed, edges and corners bumped; small hole at rear hinge. Size: 8vo - Over 7 3/4" - 9 3/4 " Tall. Hard Cover. Seller Inventory # 09968

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Cole, Lawrence Edwin

Published by McGraw-Hill Book Company, NY (1939)

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About this Item: McGraw-Hill Book Company, NY, 1939. Hardcover. Condition: VG without dj. 688pp. Seller Inventory # 17338

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Cole, Lawrence Edwin

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About this Item: McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., New York, 1939. Hard Cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. First Edition/Third Impression. Burgundy boards have minor shelfwear. Pages are clean, text has no markings, binding is sound. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Ex-Libris. Seller Inventory # 029001

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Bonham's - Knightsbridge, Sale title - British and Continental Pictures, Sale date - 3rd April 2007, No. of lots - 349, No. of pages - 56, Illustrated in colour Index   Abercrombie, J.B. Langlois, J Adams, Charles James Lauri, Filippo After Raphael Lauter, Wilhelm Albrecht, Karl Law, David Allori, Cristofano Lawrence, Sir Thomas Altena, M.van.R. Leech, Follower of J Amiconi, B Leech, J. Anderson, Douglas Leitch, William Leighton Angell, H. C. Lely, Circle of Sir Peter Ansingh, T. Lessore, J Anson, Charles Lewis, J Atkins, William Edward Lewis, J.H Atkinson, John Linnell, John Austrian School Lutyens, C.A.H Aylward, James de Vine Madise, Follower of D Banks, J.O. Mander, William Flenry Barker, B. Margeston, W.H. Barnes, Samuel John Marston, A. E. Barr, W. Marty, F.J. Bauerle, CWF Matisse, C Beach, Circle of T Meadows, Arthur Joseph Beer, Wilhelm Amandus Melin, Joseph Urbain Belgian School Mellor, Joseph Berg, A.v.d. Melville, Harden Sidney Blunt, J.H. Merritt, Anna Lea Boel, John Henry Mevius, Herman Box, Alfred Ashdown Meyer, Anthony Andreas de Brandt, Otto Mierevelt, Circle of M. J. van Bromley III, William Milone, Manner of Antonio Broom, Marion L. Moltino, F Burgaritzki, Jacob Morris, J.W. Buttler, H. C Mourell Callow, B Muhrman, Henry Calvert, Frederick Nasmyth, Circle of P Cardona, J Nattier, After J.-M. Carpentero, F. Nattier, Circle of J.M Carroll, William Joseph Neapolitan School Casciaro, Circle of G Noble, James Cassinelli, Attributed to H North Italian School Colacicco, Salvatore Oliver, Follower of W Cole, George Vicat Oswald, Charles W Collier, Arthur Bevan Oswald, John Hervey Collins, Attibuted to C Pannett, Richard Collins, William Pasini, Lazzaro Colls, Ebenezer Payne, Attributed to D Comte, P.C. Peel, James Constable, John Penn, W.C. Continental School 96,179 Penne, Olivier de Cooper, Byron Petersen, Albert Cooper, Follower of T.S Pether, A Coventry, C.C. Poole, James Cox Jnr, D Powell, J.R. De Simone, Antonio Puller, John Anthony Deheveles, C. Pyne, Circle of J.B Delft, Jan van Raaphorst, Cornells Docharty, J. Redmore, Edward King Dollond, W. Anstey Regteren Altena, M.V Dommersen, William Raymond Reni, Guido Donne, Walter J. Reynolds, After Sir J Downman, After J Reynolds, after Sir Joshua Drummond-Fish, Capt. G. Ricciardi, Oscar Duffield, Circle of W Richards, R.P Duprat, Albert Ferdinand Riley, Circle of J Dutch School Ritsema, C, Dyck, Van Roberts, James (of Leeds) Eichinger, Erwin Roman School English Naive School Rope, George Thomas English School 7,10,13,25,36,51 Rowlandson, T Everard Read, A Russian School Fantin-Latour, Henri Scheffer, Ary Farrier, R Schmiechen, Hermann Faulkner, John Schonleber, G Fedeler, C Schwartze, T Fels, Gaston Shannon, J.J Fildes, Sir L. Sherrin, Daniel Finn, Herbert John Simson, William Fisher, Percy Harland Skelton, Joseph Flemish School Sluiter, W Fletcher, Edwin Henry Eugene Smith, C.A Fowles, Arthur Wellington Smith, John Wells Freezor, George Augustus Soper, Attributed to T.J French School 5 21 34 151 South American School 232, 256, 295, 300 Spanish School FrEre, Follower of Charles Edouard Spencelayh, Charles Fripp, A.D. St, John, Edwin Gainsborough, Manner of T Stainton, George Galea, Joseph Stannard, Henry John Sylvester Galea, Luigi Maria Steenwyck, van Gardin, P Stierhof, Ernst Gay, W. Strudwick, John Melhuish German School Sykes, Henry Gibson, T Taylor, Charles Sr.& Jr Goodall, Walter Teniers, David Grace, A.L. Thompson, G. Greene, Miss M.C. Tilche, O. Grootveld, Jan David Geerling Titian (Tiziano Vecelli) Gryeff, Adriaen de Tourrier, Alfred Holst Hardy, Dudley Traies, F D Hardy, Norman H. Tucker, James Wallace Harlow, Circle of G.H. Unterberger, Follower of Franz Richard Hartung, Heinrich (the Elder) van Wyngaerdt, Anthonie Jacobus Hays, George Arthur Varley, John Hazledine, A Velde, After Petrus van der Heinz, Circle of Joseph Velde, W van de Hemsley, W. Vickers, Alfred H. Henshaw, F.H; Lines, H.H Vickers, C Herbert, John Rogers von Eckenbrecher, Themistocles. Seller Inventory # 41117

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About this Item: Condition: Marked. Sotheby's - New York, Sale title - American Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture Date - 15th March 2000, No. of lots - 188, No. of pages - 168, Illustrated in colour and black & white, , INDEX, Perry; Enoch Wood, Pothast, Edward H., Prentice,L, Putnam, Arthur, Pyle, Howard, Albright, Adam Emory 61, Arncrican School, I9th Cemury 7, Avery, Milron 161, Beal, Reynolds lO7, Beard, William Holbrook 55, Beckwith, Carroll 80, 81, 96, Bellows, George 121, Berndmans, Ludwig 175, 176, Bemon, Thomas Hart 142, 144, BitTstadt, Albert 30, 32, Birch, Thomas 13, Blashfidd, Edwin Howland 34, Blum, Robert Frederick 82, Bodmer, Karl lpA, Borcin, Edward 135, Bradford, William 17, Bricher, Alfred Thompson 63, Brooks, Nicholas Alden 23, Brown, John G. 20, lI, 22, 52, 53, Browne, George Elmer 129., Brownscombe, Jennie 72, Burchfidd, Charles 152,154,15), Caries, Arthur B. 151, Carlsen, Emil I2IA, Cassatt, Mary 95, Chase, William Menin 78,98, Cole, Thomas I}A, Comayer, Paul u6, Cornwell, Dean 166, Craig, Charles 130, Cropsey, Jasper Francis 38, 39, 40, 41,42,43,44,45,46,47,48,49, 50, Cucuel, Edward n8, Curran, Charles Courtney 84, 91, Dabo, Lron 123, Demuth, Charles 147,153,156,163, Oesch, Frank H., Oohanos,5tevan, Oubreuil, Victor, Ounn, Harvey T., Evans, De Scott, Falter, John Philip 65, Farny, HenryE 136, Flagg, James Momgomery 184, Frieseke, Frederick C. 89, Frishmuth, Harriet Whitney 75,76, Gaspard, Leon 141, Gay, Walter 94, Glackens, William J., Goodwin, Arthur C. 103, Hall, George Henry, Harrison, Birge, Hassam,Childe, Hemy, Edward Lamson, Hirsch, Stefan 164, Homer, Winslow 78, Hopper, Edward (45, 146, 148, 150, Hovenden, Thomas 8, Humington, Anna Vaughn Hyatt 77, Inness, George, Johnson, David, Johnson, Samuel Frost, Keith, William 28, Kensw, John F. 31, Knight, Daniel Rid~vay 79, Knowles, Joseph Edward 131, Koch, John 143, Lachaise, Gaston 114, Lacroix, Paul, Lambdin, George C. 74, Lawson, Ernest u9, 120, Lie, Jonas, Loemans, Alexander Francois 66, Lover-Lorski, Boris 113',115, Manship, Paul Howard 158, 159, Marsh, Reginald 106, 108, 109, Manin, Fletcher 168, Mazzanovich, Lawrence "4, McCloskey, Alberta Binford, Miller, Richard Edward 8, Moeller,LouisC. '9, Moore, Harry Humphrey ,8, Moran, Edward " Moran, Thomas 35,68, Moses, Anna Mary Robertson, (Grandma") 187, r88, Murch, Walter ,', Myers, Jerome, Nourse, Elizabeth '7, OIinsky, Ivan G. H3, Osthaus, Edmund H. ,83, Ottinger, George Martin, Palmer, Walter Laum ,8, Paris, Walter 78, Parrish,Maxfield '7', Paxton, William McGregor 9', Pearson,Marguerite 73, Quarrley, Arthur 78, Reid, Roben, Reinhan, Charles S., Remington, Frederic, Richards, William Trost, Ritman, Louis, Rockwell, Norman, Roesen, Severin, Rollins, Warren E., Russell, Charles Marion, Sandzen, Birger, Sawyier, Paul, Schofield, Walter E., Schoonover, Frank E., Scou, Julian, Shahn, Ben, Sharp, Joseph Henry, Shinn, Earl, Shinn, Evereu, Sloane, Eric, Sonmag, William Louis, Soyer, Raphael, Stewan,JuliusL, Srubbs, William Pierce, Sully,Thumas, Tait, Arthur F., Thom,j.C. 'A54, Wachtd, Marion Kavanagh 128, Walker, William Aiken 69, 70, Walter, Martha, Ward, John Quincy Adams, Weeks, Edwin Lord, Weir, John Ferguson, Weir, Julian Alden, Wendt, William, Wiggins, Guy, Wiles, Irving Ramsay, Wimbridge, Edward, Wyeth, Andrew,   Weight: 564g. Seller Inventory # 34945

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Lawrence Edwin Cole

Published by Mcgraw-Hill Book Company (1939)

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About this Item: Mcgraw-Hill Book Company, 1939. Condition: Good. 1939. 724 pages. No dust jacket. Red cloth boards. Pages and binding are presentable with no major defects. Minor issues present such as mild cracking, inscriptions, inserts, light foxing, tanning and thumb marking. Overall a good condition item. Boards have mild shelf wear with light rubbing and corner bumping. Some light marking and sunning. Seller Inventory # 1524235053HJG

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Bonhams - London, Sale title - British and Continental Pictures, Date - 9th September 2008, No. of lots - 317, No. of pages - 75, Illustrated in colour Received India stamp inside in front and library sticker on first page INDEX Dunlop Jessie Acs Agoston Dutch School Aglio Agostino Dyckmans Josephus Laurentius Aldin Cecil Charles Windsor Alexander Edwin John Alma Tadema Sir Lawrence Elmore Richard Apperley George Owen Wynne English School Armfield George Ast Balthasar van der Auld John Epstein Jehudo Austin Robert Sargent Erlanger Baron Rodolphe d' Esposito Vincenzo d' Baird Nathaniel Hughes Ballin Auguste Fidler Harry Banner Alfred Fischhof Georg Barber Charles Burton Fisher Mark Barber Thomas Stanley Flemish School Barie Fletcher Edwin Henry Eugene Barland Adam Fox Charles James Berchem Nicolaes Franpois Joseph Charles Berchmans Emile French School Borione Bernard Louis French School Both Jan Dirksz Bouvard Noel Georges Bouvier Urbain James Gabani Giuseppe Bowman Alfred George Gallon Robert Brabazon Hercules Brabazon Garden William Fraser Brentano Anton Gigante Giacinto Bright Henry Gimignani Ludovico British School Glendening Alfred Augustus Brouwer Adriaen Goebel Carl Bunney John Wharlton Gonin Francesco Burt Charles Thomas Goodall Edward Angelo Bussche Joseph Emmanuel van den Goodall Frederick Green Charles Gregory Edward John Camoin Charles Guercino Circle of Giovanni Francesco Canaletto Antonio Canal called il Barbieri called il Caravaggio After Michelangelo Merisi da Gurlitt Ludwig Heinrich Theodor (Louis) Chalmers Hector Chartran Theobald Christiansen Nils Hans Hammond Robert John Clare George Hampel Walter Sigmund Clare Oliver Hamza Hans Clare Vincent Hartmann Ludwig Clercq Alfons de Hay William M Cobbe Bernard Hayllar James Cobbett Edward John Hemsley William Cole George Vicat Hering George Edwards Continental School Hicks George Elgar Continental School Hoppner John Cooke Edward William Horlor George William Copley Fielding Follower of A V Horton Etty Corbould Edward Henry Howland Alfred Cornelius Corot Jean Baptiste Camille Hunt William Henry Corradi Konrad Hunter Colin Cox David Hurlstone Frederick Yeates Crofts Ernest Hussenot Joseph Cruickshank William Curnock James Jackson Ibbetson Julius Caesar Italian School Dall Nicholas Thomas Italian School Dalziel James Daubigny Charles Francois Davies Norman Prescott Jackson Samuel Phillips de Breanski Alfred Fontville Jenkins Wilfred Bosworth de Cock Xavier Johnson Harry John de Luca G Dou Gerrit Kilburne George Goodwin Rappini Vittorio Kirchner Otto Reggi Knight Charles Parsons Rhys Oliver Kurtis Andrew Grant Richards Kuwasseg Charles Euphrasie Rogier Jean Marius Roldan Enrique Roman School Lamplough Augustus Osborne Rooke Thomas Matthews Lance George Rossano Federico Landseer Sir Edwin Rowbotham Charles Langley Walter Rowe Ernest Arthur Langlois Mark William Lanza Luigi Lara Georgina Sala Lawson Cecil Gordon Sangster Alfred Leitch Richard Principal Sassoferrato Giovanni Battista Salvi Leslie Charles called il Lester Adrienne Schafer Henry Thomas Lewis Charles James Schalcken Godfried Linnell John Schampheleer Edmond de Livens Horace Mann Schiele Logsdail William Schmitz Pleis Carl Lucas Albert Durer Schutze Wilhelm Luny Thomas Shalders George Shayer William Joseph Shepherd Thomas Hosmer Maes Eugene Remy Sims Charles Mallender J M Slater Charles Henry Marantonio Somm Henri Maratta Carlo Soyer (nbe Jones) Elizabeth Emma Marilhat Prosper Georges Antoine Spinks Thomas Marks Henry Stacy Stannard Henry John Sylvester Marzi Ezio Steelink Willem Masters Edward Stone Marcus Matania Fortunino Stott William Matthews James Mauve Anton Meacci Riccardo Taylor jnr Charles Meegan Walter Linsley Thors Joseph Morley Thomas William Tillemans Peter Morris William Walker Tonge Robert Morriz Ellerman Toussaint Fernand Muller William James Trouillebert Paul Ddsirb Murillo Bartolomd Esteban Turner George Tyndale Walter Neapolitan School Netscher Caspar Ury Lesser Nisbet Pollok Sincl. Seller Inventory # 28623

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Jack Lawrence/ Walter Gross

Published by Edwin H Morris, London (1946)

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About this Item: Edwin H Morris, London, 1946. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. Photo of Nat "King" Cole on cover. Seller Inventory # 12221

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About this Item: Condition: Marked. Sotheby's - New York, Sale title - American Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture Date - 1st December 1999, No. of lots - 248, No. of pages - 279, 4 fold outs, Illustrated in colour, , INDEX, Adams, Kenneth M., Atherton, John, Avery, Milton 216, 217, 118, 219, 220,223,237,238, Barlow, Myron G. 27, Bellows, George, Bemelmans, Ludwig 244,245, 246, Benton, Thomas Hart, Berninghaus,OscarE. 185, '93, III, Bierstadt, Albert 144, 161, r6i, 163,175, Birch, Thomas 106, Blythe, David Gilmour 116, Boggs, Frank Mycrs 103, Botke, Jessie Arms 64,65, Bradford, William, Braun, Maurice 63, Bricher, Alfred Thompson 107, 142, Bridgman, Frederick Arthur (6), 166, Brown, John G. 125, 153, 154, Bunker, Dennis Miller 31, Burchfield, Charles 78, Butler, Theodore Earl 3, 4, 30, Buttersworth, James E. 102, 139, 140, Carlsen, Emil 1, 2, 5, 41, Champney, James Wells 124, Chase, William Merrin 31,42, Cole, Thomas 127, Colman, Samuel 176, Couse, E. Irving 184, r84A, Cropsey, Jasper Francis 128, 129, Cucuel, Edward 61, Dallin, Cyrus, Dearth, Henry Golden, Dietrich, Adelheid, Dinnerstein, Harvey, Dixon, Maynard, Dodge, William de leftwich, Drewes,Werner, Dunton, W. Herbert, Durrie, George Henry, 80,91, Eakins, Thomas, Edmonds, Fr-.ancis William, Farny, Henry, Fechin, Nicolai, Forster, George, Frieseke, Frederick C., Genth, lillian, Giffard, Sanford Robinson, Glackens,WilliamJ., Gutman, Bernhard, Harris, Charles, Harrison, Birge, Hartley, Marsden 66, 67, 72, 75, Hassam, Childe 6,7,13,20, lI, 2.4, Hawthorne, Charles W., Heade, Martin Johnson, Hennings, E. Martin, Henri, Robert, Herter, Albert 126, Hibbard, Aldro Thompson 55, Hill, Thomas 179A, 180, Hirst, Claude Raguet 160, Homer, Winslow II9, 121, 122, 136, Hubbel!, Henry Salem 17, Hurd, Peter, lnness, George 137,1}8,14-1, Johnson, Eastman "" '39 Jones, Hugh Bolton, Kent, Roekwell 83,84,8,., Knight, Daniel Ridgway, Knight, Uluis Aston, Laurence, Sydney, Lawrence, Jacob 215, UJ., Lawson, Ernest 45,46, 54. 59, Leigh, William R. Ir, leyendecker, Joseph C. 240 '8), longman, Evdyn B. I~} ,8 Luks, George, MacNeil, Herman Atkins, Marcius-Simons, Pinckney, Marin, John, Marsh, Reginald, Martin, David, Maurer, Alfred H., Miller, AJfredJacob, Miller, Richard Edward, Moran, Thomas 174, 192, Moses, Anna Mary Robertson, ("Grandma") 242, 243, Mulhaupt, Frederick 48, Nordfeldt, Bror Julius Olsson 73, Nunamaker, Kenneth 52, Palmer, Walter Launt 157, Petcrson, Jane, Phillips, Bert Greer, Pieçirilli, Attilio, Pippin, Horace, Plcissner, Ogdcn M. 92, 93, 94, Poner, Fairfield 219A, 2I9B, 233, 234, Potthasr, Edward H. 8, Powers, Hiram 148, 149, Prcndergasr, Maurice B. 37, 39, Redfielcl, Edward W 45A, 50, 51, Reid, Robert 36, Remington, Frederic 194, 201, 202, 208,2°9, Richards, William Trost 143,146, Riggs, Robert 229, Ritman, Louis '4, Robinson, Theodore 38, Rockwell, Norman 224,225, 226, 230,231,241, Roesen, Severin, Roseland, Harry, Sample, Paul '35, Savagc, Edward, Schreyvogd, Charles "9, Seltzer,Olafe. '98, Shahn, Ben '7, Sharp, Joseph Henry 186,187,205, Sheder, Charles 7°,71, Shinn, Everett 57, Sioane, Eric 97,98, Sully, Thomas '58, Tait, Anhur F. '56, Tarvenier, Jules 179B, Titcomb, Mary Bradish uA, T6, Turney, Winthrop 49, Ufer,Walref 188,199,203, Waugh, FrederickJ., Weber,Max, Weeh, Edwin Lord, Weir,)ulian.Alden, Whistler, James McNeill 171,172, Whimedge, Worthington 177, Wiggins, Guy 9), 96, 100, Wiles, Irving Ramsay J!1,33, Wood, Grant 88, Wood, Thomas Waterman lOS, Woodward, Mahel, Wyeth, Andrew 222, 232, Wyeth, N. C. 227 Weight: 958g. Seller Inventory # 34679

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COLE, Lawrence Edwin

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About this Item: McGraw, New York, 1939. Condition: Very Good. First edition. Very good hardcover. First edition, 2nd impression. Text clean. Light scribble on outer foredges of pages. Corners on cover slightly bent. Light rubbing to cloth cover. Please Note: This book has been transferred to Between the Covers from another database and might not be described to our usual standards. Please inquire for more detailed condition information. Seller Inventory # 259608

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COLE, LAWRENCE EDWIN

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About this Item: MCGRAW-HILL, NEW YORK, 1939. Hardcover. VG FRONT ENDPAPER OUT. ; TEXT ILLUSTRATIONS & TABLES.; 8vo; 724 pages. Seller Inventory # 22229

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Lawrence Edwin Cole

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About this Item: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc, New York and London, 1939. Cloth. Condition: Good Plus. No Jacket. First Edition, Fourth Impression. 724 pages. McGraw-Hill Publications in Psychology. Cloth covers rubbed and front cover marked; very good condition internally. Heavy volume; additional postage rates. Seller Inventory # 005110

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Christie's - New York, Sale title - Important American Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture  of the 19th & 20th Centuries Date - 5th December 1986, No. of lots - 361, No. of pages - 310, Illustrated in colour and black & white, , INDEX, Edmonds, Francis William, Enneking, John Joseph 173,175,176. C, Evans, De Scott 101, Garber, Daniel 241, Garman, Ed 325,327,328,329,330;332, Gaspard, Leon Shulman 153,154,155, Gignoux, Attributed to Regis Francois 9, Glackens, William 232, Goodwin, Richard La Barre 68, Grabach, John R. 244,245, Gropper, Willim 342, Gruppe, Charles Paul 225, Gwathmey, Robert 344, Hallett, Hendricks A., Hansen, Armin C., Harding, Chester, Harnett, William Michael, Harrison, Lowell Birge, Hart, George Overbury 'Pop', Hart, James MacDougal, Hart, William, Hartley, Marsden, Heade, Martin Johnson, 28A, 28B, 28c, 28D, 52, Hennings, Ernest Martin 152, 156, Henri, Robert 192, Herzog, Herman 43, Higgins, Victor Eugene 151, Hill, John William 17, Hill, Thomas 25,141,143,144, Hoeber, Arthur 216, Hoffbauer, Charles 204, Hoffman, Malvina Cornell 281, Homer, Winslow 92A,92B, Hopper, Edward 188A, INDEX, Akeley, Carl, A very, Milton 273, 295,307,308 Davey, Randall, Davies, Arthur Bowen, Davis, Stuart, Decamp, Joseph Rodefer, Decker, Joseph, Deming, Edwin Willard, Demuth, Charles, Dewing, Thomas Wilmer, Dickinson, Edwin, Dove, Arthur Garfield, DuBois, Guy Pene, Durand, Asher Brown, Durrie, George Henry, Duveneck, Frank, Bach, Berta 63, Bacon, Henry 111,112,113, Beai, Gifford 238, Beckwith, James Carroll 179, 183, Bellows, George Wesley 236, Benson, Frank Weston 125A, 195, Benton, Thomas Hart 254,256,264, Berninghaus, Oscar Edmund 150, Berthelsen, Johann 193, Bicknell, Albion Harris 104, Bierstadt, Albert 18,19,39,41,123, Birch, Thomas 15, Birney, William Verplanck 118, Bissell, George Edwin 31, Bisttram, Emil J. 310,311,312,333, Blaikley, Alexander 129, Bluemner, Oscar 299,300,301, Blakelock, Ralph Albert 87, Blackburn, Joseph 4, Boggs, Frank Myers 219,220, Bohrod, Aaron 346,355,356, Boit, Edward Darley 222, Bradford, William 37,59, Bredin, Rae Sioan 211,234, Bricher, Alfred Thompson, Fisher, Anton Otto, Fogarty, Thomas, Frishmuth, Harriet Whitney, Fursman, Frederick F., Brooks, Nicholas Alden, Brown, Anna Wood, Brown, John George, Browne, Byron, Buttersworth, James E., Burchfield, Charles Ephraim , Carlsen, Soren Emil, Carr, Samuel S., Cary, William de la Montagne, Chase, William Merritt, Christy, Howard Chandler, Church, Frederick Stuart, Clark, Eliot Candee, Clonney, James Goodwyn, Cole, Thomas, Coleman, Charles Caryl, Colman, Samuel, Cone, Marvin, Cooper, Astley David Montague, Cornoyer, Paul, Cornwell, Dean, Cropsey, Jasper Francis, Cucuel, Edward, Curran, Charles Courtney, Curry, John Steuart, Hudson, Grace Carpenter, Humphriss, Charles, Huntington, Anna Hyatt, Jacobs, M., Jacobsen, Antonion, Jarvis, John Wesley, Johnson, Frank Tenney, Jones, Francis Coates, Jones, Hugh Bolton, Kaelin, Charles Salis, Kane, John, Kauba, Carl, Keith, William, Kemeys, Edward, Kensett, John Frederick, Kent, Rockwell, Kingman, Dong, Knight, Daniel Ridgway, Knight, Louis Aston, Koch, John, Koerner, William Henry Dethlef, Konti, Isidore, Kroll, Leon, Kuhn, Walt, Lafarge, John 100, Lawson, Ernest·, Lever, Richard Hayley 251A, Luks, George Benjamin 243, MacDonald-Wright, Stan ton 290,291, MacMonnies Frederick William 33,34, Manship, Paul Howard 278,279, Marin, John 297,304,305, Marsh, Reginald 262, 267, 268, Mazzanovich, Lawrence 213,214, McEntee, Jervis 28F, McEwan, Walter 47,115, Melrose, Andrew 51,57, Miller, Kenneth Hayes 259, Miller, William Rickarby 53, Milles, Carl 271,275,282,283, Moeller, Louis Charles 93, Mora, Francis Luis 247B, Moran, Edward 45, 56A, 80, 81, 83, 90, 108, Moran, Thomas 85,102,105,131, Mulhaupt, Frederick John 174, Murphy, Hermann Dudley 229, Myers,Jerome 266, Niemeyer, John Henry, Norton, William Edward 132, Oberteuffer, George, O'Keeffe, Georgia, Osthaus, Edmund Henry, Owen, Robert Emmett, Page, Walter Gilm. Seller Inventory # 10870

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About this Item: University of Virginia Press, United States, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. New.. Language: English . Brand New Book. In 1925, Edwin A. Alderman, president of the University of Virginia, fulfilled a long-held dream by establishing a magazine at the institution founded by Thomas Jefferson just over one hundred years earlier. Not only did Alderman initiate publication of the Virginia Quarterly Review, he contributed an essay to its inaugural issue. Appearing as the first selection in this new volume of nonfiction from the VQR, Alderman s Edgar Allan Poe and the University of Virginia reflects the rare combination of literary sensibility and immersion in the political and social issues of the day, which has characterized the journal throughout its seventy-five-year history. As Alderman writes, I may be frank and say that there was a time when Poe did not greatly appeal to me. I felt the sheer, clear beauty of his song., but his detachment from the world of men, where my interests most centered, left me unresponsive and simply curious. I have come, however, to see the limitations of that view, and to behold something admirable and strange and wonderful in this proud, gifted man. While the style and diction of the contributions have changed in the years since that first spring issue, a similar clarity of thought, deep intelligence, candor, and command of language can be found in every one of the fifty one essays assembled here by Alexander Burnham. From its home at One West Range, a few doors down from Poe s own room, the VQR has welcomed to its pages scholars such as Dumas Malone and Robert Coles, and writers whose books have become international bestsellers, including Arthur C. Clarke and Frances Mayes. Included here are some of the twentieth century s most brilliant thinkers and stylists, such international literary, political, and intellectual figures as Andre Gide, D. H. Lawrence, Aldous Huxley, Evelyn Waugh, T. S. Eliot, Eleanor Roosevelt, Thomas Mann, Jean-Paul Sartre, Bertrand Russell, and Robert Graves. George F. Kennan muses on The Experience of Writing History, Henry Steele Commager asks Do We Have a Class Society?, and Edmund S. Morgan considers the aloof character of George Washington. Carlos Baker tracks Ezra Pound through Venice, and Scott Donaldson ponders The Jilting of Ernest Hemingway. These leading lights share space, as they do in every volume of the journal, with lesser-known but no less talented writers ruminating on the Battle of the Bulge, the Berlin Wall, the Bomb, and Vietnam, on growing up in Hollywood and living in Charlottesville, Virginia. Writers of the South are fittingly represented by Thomas Wolfe, Mary Lee Settle, and Louis D. Rubin Jr., but a quick scan of the table of contents reveals that the VQR has never been a regional magazine. As the current editor, Staige D. Blackford writes in his preface, Since its inception, the Virginia Quarterly Review has tried to offer its readers a variety of essays on a variety of topics ranging from foreign affairs to domestic politics, from literature to travel, from sports to sex, from music to medicine. On the occasion of its seventy-fifth anniversary, We Write for Our Own Time amply and entertainingly reflects what the VQR s masthead has always proclaimed as its identity: A National Journal of Literature and Discussion. Seller Inventory # AAC9780813919836

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Christie's - New York, Sale title - Important American Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture of the 18th, 19th and 20th CenturiesDate - 25th May 1989, No. of lots - 412, No. of pages - 428, Illustrated in colour, INDEXAlbert, Ernest 317, Armstrong, David Maitland 106, Avery, Milton 345,378,379, 379A, Bacon, Henry, Bail, Thomas, Baum, Walter Emerson, Beard, William Holbrook, Bellows, George Wesley, Beneker, Gerrit A., Benton, Thomas Hart, Bireh,Thomas, Birney, William Verplanck, Blythe, David Gilmour, Boggs, Frank Myers, Borglum, John Gutzan, BoughlOn, George Henry, Bradford, William, Bricher, Alfred Thompson, Brown, George Loring, Brown, William Mason, Burchfield,Charles, Berninghaus, Oscar Emund, Belis, Louis, Bierstadt,Albert 166,167,169, Butler, Howard Russell, Buttersworth. James E.CarlsonCarrCassattChadwickChampneyChaseCoates, Edmund C. 13, Cole,Thomas 15, Coleman. Charles, Comoyer, Paul - 133.134, Couse, EangerTrving 162, Coutts, Alice 164, Crane, Robert Bruce 210,284, Criss, Francis 364A, Cropsey, Jasper Francis 38A,50, Cucucl, Edward 300, Culverhouse, Johann Mongles 27, Curran, Charles Courtney 110,266,270, Carlson. John Fabian, Carr,Samuel., Cassatt, Mary Stevenson, Chadwick, William, Champney, James Wells, Chase, William Merritt, Dabo, Leon 220, Dasburg,Andrew 349, Davis, Charles Harold 201, Davis, Stuart 333,334,376,377, De Haas, Mauritz Frederik Hendrik, Deming. Edwin Willard 149, Demuth, Charles 339.340,369,370., Dolph, John Henry 39, Doughty, Thomas 5, Dufner, Edward 218, Dumond, Frank Vincent 265A, Dunton, W. Herbert 'Buck' 152, Durand, Asher Brown 11,37, Durrie, George Henry 10, Earl, Ralph 1, Ebert, Charles H. 316, Enneking, John Joseph 107, 199,200, Evans, De Scott 90, Farnham, Sally James 174, Farny, HenryF. 156, Farrer, Henry 144, Fechin, Nicolai 148, Ferris, Jean Leon Gerome 123, Fiene,Ernest 356,357, Finck,Hazel 358, Fleek, Joseph Amadeus 353, Francis, John F. 20, Frazier, Kenneth 258, Frieseke, Frederick Carl 217,275, Frishmuth, Harriet Whitney 192,193, Gallatin, Albert Eugene 384, Garber,Daniel 305, Gaspard, Leon 147, Gatch,Lee 385, Gaul, William Gilbert 160, Gay, Walter 102, Gifford, Sanford Robinson 38,81, Gignoux, Francois Regis 4, Gilchrist, William Wallace, Jr. 237, Glackens, William J. 321,322,323,324., Goodwin. Arthur Clifton 290, Gorson, Aaron Harry 362, Graves, Abbott Fuller 273.274, Griffin,Walter 265, Gropper, William 360, Gross,Chaim 197, Guaccimanni, Alessandro 115, Hale, Ellen Day 113, Harrison, Thomas Alexander 219, Harrison, Lowell Birge 288, Hart, James MaeDougal 46, Hart. William 47, Hartley, Jonathan Scott 35, Hartley,Marsden 353A,3538.354, Hassam, Frederick Childe 117.208., Headc, Martin Johnson 63, Henri, Robert 232, Henry, Edward Lamson 62,95, Herzog. Herman 19,65,78, Hitchcock, George 271, Holl,lIld, Francis Raymond 361, Homer, Winslow 51. 52.53,54,55., Hope, James, Hopkinson, Charles, Hopper, Edward, Hosmer,Harriet, Hudson, Grace Carpenter, Hunt, William Morris, Huntington, Dwight W., Irvine, Wilson 279, Ives Chauncey Bradley 30, Jackson, Harry 172, Johnson, David 36, Kahn. Wolf 395,396, Kensett, John Frederick 18,42,43, King, Charles Bird 28, King, Paul 291, Knapp, Charles W. 40, Knight, Louis Anton 122, 138, Koch. John 399.400,401,402,403, Lachaise. Gaston 190, LaFarge,John 119,120, Lane, Fitz Hugh 41A, Lathrop, William Langson 303,304, Laux. August 91.92, Lawson, Ernest 264, Lazzell,Blanehe 373.374, Leavitt, Edward Chalmers 139, Lie. Jonas 292.311, Lippincott, William Henry 206, Luks. George Benjamin 331,335,351, MacDonald-Wright, Stanton 382.383, MacMonnies, Frederick William 34. 34A, MacRae, Elmer Livingston 293, Manship, Paul 191, Marsh. Reginald 364B, Marin. John 182,184,185, Mamer, Alfred Henry 320,346,347, Mazzanovich. Lawrence 222,318, Melchers, Julius Gari 272, Metcalf, Willard Leroy 198.204,211, Miller, Richard Edward 269, Milles. Carl 188.189, Moeller, Louis Charles 104,105. Ill, Moran. Thomas 45,74.86.159, Morrice, James Wilson, Morris. George L. K., Morviller.Joseph, M. Seller Inventory # 13470

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About this Item: University of Virginia Press, United States, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. New.. Language: English . Brand New Book. In 1925, Edwin A. Alderman, president of the University of Virginia, fulfilled a long-held dream by establishing a magazine at the institution founded by Thomas Jefferson just over one hundred years earlier. Not only did Alderman initiate publication of the Virginia Quarterly Review, he contributed an essay to its inaugural issue. Appearing as the first selection in this new volume of nonfiction from the VQR, Alderman s Edgar Allan Poe and the University of Virginia reflects the rare combination of literary sensibility and immersion in the political and social issues of the day, which has characterized the journal throughout its seventy-five-year history. As Alderman writes, I may be frank and say that there was a time when Poe did not greatly appeal to me. I felt the sheer, clear beauty of his song., but his detachment from the world of men, where my interests most centered, left me unresponsive and simply curious. I have come, however, to see the limitations of that view, and to behold something admirable and strange and wonderful in this proud, gifted man. While the style and diction of the contributions have changed in the years since that first spring issue, a similar clarity of thought, deep intelligence, candor, and command of language can be found in every one of the fifty one essays assembled here by Alexander Burnham. From its home at One West Range, a few doors down from Poe s own room, the VQR has welcomed to its pages scholars such as Dumas Malone and Robert Coles, and writers whose books have become international bestsellers, including Arthur C. Clarke and Frances Mayes. Included here are some of the twentieth century s most brilliant thinkers and stylists, such international literary, political, and intellectual figures as Andre Gide, D. H. Lawrence, Aldous Huxley, Evelyn Waugh, T. S. Eliot, Eleanor Roosevelt, Thomas Mann, Jean-Paul Sartre, Bertrand Russell, and Robert Graves. George F. Kennan muses on The Experience of Writing History, Henry Steele Commager asks Do We Have a Class Society?, and Edmund S. Morgan considers the aloof character of George Washington. Carlos Baker tracks Ezra Pound through Venice, and Scott Donaldson ponders The Jilting of Ernest Hemingway. These leading lights share space, as they do in every volume of the journal, with lesser-known but no less talented writers ruminating on the Battle of the Bulge, the Berlin Wall, the Bomb, and Vietnam, on growing up in Hollywood and living in Charlottesville, Virginia. Writers of the South are fittingly represented by Thomas Wolfe, Mary Lee Settle, and Louis D. Rubin Jr., but a quick scan of the table of contents reveals that the VQR has never been a regional magazine. As the current editor, Staige D. Blackford writes in his preface, Since its inception, the Virginia Quarterly Review has tried to offer its readers a variety of essays on a variety of topics ranging from foreign affairs to domestic politics, from literature to travel, from sports to sex, from music to medicine. On the occasion of its seventy-fifth anniversary, We Write for Our Own Time amply and entertainingly reflects what the VQR s masthead has always proclaimed as its identity: A National Journal of Literature and Discussion. Seller Inventory # AAC9780813919836

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About this Item: New York : Abbeville Press : American Federation of Arts, 1990. Condition: Sehr gut. 135 S. Ein gutes und sauberes Exemplar. - The United States is blessed with many museums that have respectable collections of American art. Only a precious few, however, have collections as rigorously first rate as that of Reynolda House, the magnificent former home of Katharine Smith and Richard Joshua Reynolds (founder of the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company) in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Opened in 1967, it is a young museum and an uncompromisingly selective one, including only important works by artists of major signficance in the history of American art, among them John Singleton Copley, Charles Willson Peale, Gilbert Stuart, Edward Hicks, William Sidney Mount, Thomas Cole, Frederic Edwin Church, Asher B. Durand, Eastman Johnson, Worthington Whittredge, Martin Johnson Heade, Elihu Vedder, Albert Bierstadt, Jasper Francis Cropsey, William Merritt Chase, George Inness, Mary Cassatt, Childe Hassam, Thomas Eakins, Maurice Prendergast, Lyonel Fei-ninger, Georgia O'Keeffe, Thomas Hart Benton, Joseph Stella, Max Weber, Charles Sheeler, Charles Burch-field, Jacob Lawrence, and many others. ISBN 1558590676 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 1550 Mit zahlr. farb. Abb. Originalleinen mit Schutzumschlag. Seller Inventory # 981435

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Cole, Lawrence E. (Lawrence Edwin), b. 1897.

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About this Item: ReInk Books, 2017. Softcover. Condition: NEW. Reprinted from edition. NO changes have been made to the original text. This is NOT a retyped or an ocr'd reprint. Illustrations, Index, if any, are included in black and white. Each page is checked manually before printing. As this reprint is from very old book, there could be some missing or flawed pages, but we always try to make the book as complete as possible. Fold-outs, if any, are not part of the book. If the original book was published in multiple volumes then this reprint is of only one volume, not the whole set. This paperback book is SEWN, where the book block is actually sewn (smythe sewn/section sewn) with thread before binding which results in a more durable type of paperback binding. It can also be open wide. The pages will not fall out and will be around for a lot longer than normal paperbacks. This print on demand book is printed on high quality acid-free paper. Seller Inventory # 154071310

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WILLIAMS, EDWIN E. (EDITOR)

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About this Item: HARVARD UNIVERSITY LIBRARY, CAMBRIDGE MASS., 1972. Softcover. Condition: NF. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL CONTROLS FOR CHINESE STUDIES: PRESENT STATUS AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS.EUGENE W. WU. - THE EXPANSION OF ECONOMIC LITERATURE AT HARVARD.ARTHUR H. COLE - RUSTICATED REBEL: AMOS A. LAWRENCE AND HIS HARVARD YEARS.BARRY A. CROUCH. ; SMALL 4to. Seller Inventory # 104106

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About this Item: London: Inst. of Psycho-Analysis, 1940. Broschiert. Condition: Sehr gut. S. 253 - 376. Papier zeitbedingt leicht gebräunt, sonst gut erhalten. - ORIGINAL PAPERS -- IGNACIO MATTE BLANCO SOME REFLECTIONS ON PSYCHO-DYNAMICS -- SUSAN ISAACS, TEMPER TANTRUMS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD IN THEIR -- RELATION TO INTERNAL OBJECTS -- JOHN RICKMAN ON THE NATURE OF UGLINESS AND THE CREATIVE -- IMPULSE -- ERNST KRIS, LAUGHTER AS AN EXPRESSIVE PROCESS -- ABSTRACTS -- GENERAL -- CLINICAL -- CHILDREN -- APPLIED -- BOOK REVIEWS -- PSYCHO-ANALYSIS By Edward Glover -- SUPERSTITION AND SOCIETY By R Money-Kyrle -- NEW WAYS OF PSYCHOANALYSIS By Karen Homey -- CONSCIOUS ORIENTATION By J H van der Hoop -- GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY By Lawrence Edwin Cole -- AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGY BEFORE WILLIAM JAMES By Jay Wharton Fay -- EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY By R S Woodworth -- MENTAL DISEASE IN URBAN AREAS By R E L Faris and H W Dunham -- THE ORGANISM By Kurt Goldstein -- THE STARTLE PATTERN By C Landis and W A Hunt -- SLEEP AND WAKEFULNESS By Nathaniel Kleitman -- ALFRED ADLER By Hertha Orgler -- THE OPEN WAY By E Graham Howe and L le Mesurier -- THE AMERICAN IMAGO, Vol I, Nos 1 and 2 -- PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED -- BULLETIN OF THE INTERNATIONAL PSYCHO-ANALYTICAL ASSOCIATION -- SECRETARY'S NOTICES. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550. Seller Inventory # 950583

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Bruce Ronda

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About this Item: University of Tennessee Press, United States, 2008. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Liberator? Madman? Genius? Martyr? John Brown achieved immediate and lasting notoriety through his attempt to foment an armed insurrection among black slaves in 1859, an event that many believed hastened the outbreak of the U.S. Civil War. From the moment of his capture at Harper s Ferry, Virginia, there have been widely varying interpretations of the man and his motivations. Sometimes depicted as the grim conscience of a nation whose founding proclaimed the equality of all people, sometimes portrayed as a terrorist more devoted to his own martyrdom than to his cause, Brown has been a source of inspiration, fascination, and frustration for some of the country s greatest writers and artists. In this absorbing book, Bruce Ronda examines the representations of Brown chronologically, ranging from Thoreau s Plea for Captain John Brown -with its ardent defense of Brown as a patriot, Transcendentalist, and true New Englander-through treatments by anonymous southern writers and well-known authors such as John Greenleaf Whittier, Herman Melville, Richard Henry Dana, Frederick Douglass, William Dean Howells, and Edwin Arlington Robinson. Ronda then considers the major treatments of Brown in the early to mid-twentieth century by W. E. B. DuBois, Stephen Vincent Benet, and Robert Penn Warren. Of particular interest are discussions of a 1930s poem by Muriel Rukeyser, Truman Nelson s 1960 novel The Surveyor, and artwork by Jacob Lawrence. He concludes with studies of novels by three contemporary authors: Russell Banks, Michelle Cliff, and Bruce Olds. Reading the Old Man challenges the assumption that literature about Brown falls predictably into two camps-celebration or outrage-either defending Brown as liberator and martyr or vilifying him as a traitor, incendiary, and madman. Instead, Ronda discovers a variety of approaches and reveals subtler, more complex portraits, even comparing Brown s fervor to that of today s religious terrorists. Bruce Ronda is professor and chair of the Department of English at Colorado State University. He is the author of Intellect and Spirit: The Life and Works of Robert Coles and Elizabeth Palmer Peabody: A Reformer on Her Own Terms. He is the editor of The Letters of Elizabeth Palmer Peabody: American Renaissance Woman. Seller Inventory # BTE9781572336209

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About this Item: University of Virginia Press. Paperback. Condition: New. 463 pages. Dimensions: 9.2in. x 6.2in. x 1.4in.In 1925, Edwin A. Alderman, president of the University of Virginia, fulfilled a long-held dream by establishing a magazine at the institution founded by Thomas Jefferson just over one hundred years earlier. Not only did Alderman initiate publication of the Virginia Quarterly Review, he contributed an essay to its inaugural issue. Appearing as the first selection in this new volume of nonfiction from the VQR, Aldermans Edgar Allan Poe and the University of Virginia reflects the rare combination of literary sensibility and immersion in the political and social issues of the day, which has characterized the journal throughout its seventy-five-year history. As Alderman writes, I may be frank and say that there was a time when Poe did not greatly appeal to me. I felt the sheer, clear beauty of his song. . . , but his detachment from the world of men, where my interests most centered, left me unresponsive and simply curious. . . . I have come, however, to see the limitations of that view, and to behold something admirable and strange and wonderful in this proud, gifted man. While the style and diction of the contributions have changed in the years since that first spring issue, a similar clarity of thought, deep intelligence, candor, and command of language can be found in every one of the fifty one essays assembled here by Alexander Burnham. From its home at One West Range, a few doors down from Poes own room, the VQR has welcomed to its pages scholars such as Dumas Malone and Robert Coles, and writers whose books have become international bestsellers, including Arthur C. Clarke and Frances Mayes. Included here are some of the twentieth centurys most brilliant thinkers and stylists, such international literary, political, and intellectual figures as Andre Gide, D. H. Lawrence, Aldous Huxley, Evelyn Waugh, T. S. Eliot, Eleanor Roosevelt, Thomas Mann, Jean-Paul Sartre, Bertrand Russell, and Robert Graves. George F. Kennan muses on The Experience of Writing History, Henry Steele Commager asks Do We Have a Class Society, and Edmund S. Morgan considers the aloof character of George Washington. Carlos Baker tracks Ezra Pound through Venice, and Scott Donaldson ponders The Jilting of Ernest Hemingway. These leading lights share space, as they do in every volume of the journal, with lesser-known but no less talented writers ruminating on the Battle of the Bulge, the Berlin Wall, the Bomb, and Vietnam, on growing up in Hollywood and living in Charlottesville, Virginia. Writers of the South are fittingly represented by Thomas Wolfe, Mary Lee Settle, and Louis D. Rubin Jr. , but a quick scan of the table of contents reveals that the VQR has never been a regional magazine. As the current editor, Staige D. Blackford writes in his preface, Since its inception, the Virginia Quarterly Review has tried to offer its readers a variety of essays on a variety of topics ranging from foreign affairs to domestic politics, from literature to travel, from sports to sex, from music to medicine. On the occasion of its seventy-fifth anniversary, We Write for Our Own Time amply and entertainingly reflects what the VQRs masthead has always proclaimed as its identity: A National Journal of Literature and Discussion. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9780813919836

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Bruce Ronda

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About this Item: University of Tennessee Press, United States, 2008. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Liberator? Madman? Genius? Martyr? John Brown achieved immediate and lasting notoriety through his attempt to foment an armed insurrection among black slaves in 1859, an event that many believed hastened the outbreak of the U.S. Civil War. From the moment of his capture at Harper s Ferry, Virginia, there have been widely varying interpretations of the man and his motivations. Sometimes depicted as the grim conscience of a nation whose founding proclaimed the equality of all people, sometimes portrayed as a terrorist more devoted to his own martyrdom than to his cause, Brown has been a source of inspiration, fascination, and frustration for some of the country s greatest writers and artists. In this absorbing book, Bruce Ronda examines the representations of Brown chronologically, ranging from Thoreau s Plea for Captain John Brown -with its ardent defense of Brown as a patriot, Transcendentalist, and true New Englander-through treatments by anonymous southern writers and well-known authors such as John Greenleaf Whittier, Herman Melville, Richard Henry Dana, Frederick Douglass, William Dean Howells, and Edwin Arlington Robinson. Ronda then considers the major treatments of Brown in the early to mid-twentieth century by W. E. B. DuBois, Stephen Vincent Benet, and Robert Penn Warren. Of particular interest are discussions of a 1930s poem by Muriel Rukeyser, Truman Nelson s 1960 novel The Surveyor, and artwork by Jacob Lawrence. He concludes with studies of novels by three contemporary authors: Russell Banks, Michelle Cliff, and Bruce Olds. Reading the Old Man challenges the assumption that literature about Brown falls predictably into two camps-celebration or outrage-either defending Brown as liberator and martyr or vilifying him as a traitor, incendiary, and madman. Instead, Ronda discovers a variety of approaches and reveals subtler, more complex portraits, even comparing Brown s fervor to that of today s religious terrorists. Bruce Ronda is professor and chair of the Department of English at Colorado State University. He is the author of Intellect and Spirit: The Life and Works of Robert Coles and Elizabeth Palmer Peabody: A Reformer on Her Own Terms. He is the editor of The Letters of Elizabeth Palmer Peabody: American Renaissance Woman. Seller Inventory # AAN9781572336209

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About this Item: Literary Licensing, LLC. Hardcover. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 78 pages. Dimensions: 10.0in. x 7.0in. x 0.2in.Contributing Authors Include Lloyd C. Broderson, Frank C. Jones, Courtney Matthews, Oliver P. Ferrell, Edwin K. Cole, Bob Ryan, And R. J. Haggerty. This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Hardcover. Seller Inventory # 9781258696993

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Bruce Ronda

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About this Item: University of Tennessee Press, United States, 2008. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Liberator? Madman? Genius? Martyr? John Brown achieved immediate and lasting notoriety through his attempt to foment an armed insurrection among black slaves in 1859, an event that many believed hastened the outbreak of the U.S. Civil War. From the moment of his capture at Harper s Ferry, Virginia, there have been widely varying interpretations of the man and his motivations. Sometimes depicted as the grim conscience of a nation whose founding proclaimed the equality of all people, sometimes portrayed as a terrorist more devoted to his own martyrdom than to his cause, Brown has been a source of inspiration, fascination, and frustration for some of the country s greatest writers and artists. In this absorbing book, Bruce Ronda examines the representations of Brown chronologically, ranging from Thoreau s Plea for Captain John Brown -with its ardent defense of Brown as a patriot, Transcendentalist, and true New Englander-through treatments by anonymous southern writers and well-known authors such as John Greenleaf Whittier, Herman Melville, Richard Henry Dana, Frederick Douglass, William Dean Howells, and Edwin Arlington Robinson. Ronda then considers the major treatments of Brown in the early to mid-twentieth century by W. E. B. DuBois, Stephen Vincent Benet, and Robert Penn Warren. Of particular interest are discussions of a 1930s poem by Muriel Rukeyser, Truman Nelson s 1960 novel The Surveyor, and artwork by Jacob Lawrence. He concludes with studies of novels by three contemporary authors: Russell Banks, Michelle Cliff, and Bruce Olds. Reading the Old Man challenges the assumption that literature about Brown falls predictably into two camps-celebration or outrage-either defending Brown as liberator and martyr or vilifying him as a traitor, incendiary, and madman. Instead, Ronda discovers a variety of approaches and reveals subtler, more complex portraits, even comparing Brown s fervor to that of today s religious terrorists. Bruce Ronda is professor and chair of the Department of English at Colorado State University. He is the author of Intellect and Spirit: The Life and Works of Robert Coles and Elizabeth Palmer Peabody: A Reformer on Her Own Terms. He is the editor of The Letters of Elizabeth Palmer Peabody: American Renaissance Woman. Seller Inventory # AAN9781572336209

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About this Item: 0. Hardcover. Condition: Gut. Grossoktav. Hln. Bibliotheksexemplar mehrfach gestempelt. Rückenschilder. Schlichter Einband. Innen sehr gut. Feste Buchbindung. Sammelband mit mehreren Beiträgen vom Harvad University Commitee on Econiomic Research Josehp L. Snider: Wholesale prices in the United States 1866-1891, The Review of Economic Statistics, April 1924, 93-118; Warren M. Persons/Edwin Frickey: Money rates and security prices, The Review of Economic Statistics, January 1926, 29-40; Holbrook Working, Bank deposits as forecaster of the general wholesale price level, The Review of Economic Statistics, July 1926, 120-133; F. G. Tryon, Monthly production of anthracite coal, and shipments and production of beehive coke, The Review of Economic Statistics, October 1926 199-204; C. J. Bullock/W. M. Persons/W.L. Crum, The construction and interpretation of the Harvard Index of business conditions", The Review of Economic Statistics, April 1927, 74-92; Warren M. Perons, Money rate , bond yields and security prices, The Review of Economic Statistics, April 1927, 93-102; W. L. Crum, Interpretation of the index of general business conditions, The Review of Economic Statistics, September1927, 1-21; The Review of Economic Statistics, vol 9, April 1924, Number 1 ist vollständig. Inhalt: Reviev of the Year 1926, 1-12; W. R. Burguess, The money market in 1926, 13-19; Warren M. Persons, An index of general busines conditions 1875-1913, 20-29; W. L. Crum, Weekly fluctuations in outside debits, 30-36; Edgar Lawrence Smith, Market value of industrial equities, 37-40; A. H. Cole, Cyclical and sectional variations in the sale of public land 1816-1860, 41-53. Buch. Seller Inventory # 003567

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The Contemporary Reader, Volume 1, Nos. 1-4

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About this Item: Contemporary Reader, 1953. Soft cover. Condition: Fair. Quarto. Vol. 1, No. 1, March 1953. Beige wrapps., aqua, black. Cover sl. foxed. 93pp. + 3pp. ads., 2" tear on final ad page. Edwin Berry Burgum, John R. Starks, Millard Lampell, Anne Lifschutz, Abraham Ward, Abraham Polonsky, Esther Lacy, Victor R. Bull, Martha Millet, Hal Schreiber, Joseph Sander, Aaron Cohen Arnold Ghinger, Arthur McKay, Alan Max & Lester Cole. Contents VG. **Vol. 1, No. 2, Aug. 1953. Lt. blue wrapps., brown, black, faded w. insect nibbles, area of damp abrasion. 64pp. Hal Schreiber, Ruth Goldberg, Thomas McGrath, Vincent Ferrini, Edward Berry Burgum, Millard Lampell, Edith Berg, Jack Wandell, Paule Marshall, Russ Davis, Abraham Polonsky. Contents VG. **Vol. 1, No. 3, Feb. 1954, Smaller 4to, beige wrapps, red, black, some damp abrasion. 95pp. + 1 p. ads. Raphael Tufinio, Abelardo Diaz Alfaro, Lorenzo Homar, Ettore Rella, Jacques Barbicane, Mildred Burgum, George Abbe, William Norton, Louis Lerman, James Wilson, Ira Wallach, Arnold Perl, Howard Da Silva. "Featuring the Full Text of 'The World of Sholom Aleichem.'" Contents VG. **Vol. 1, No. 4, Jan. 1955, Lt. blue wrapps., brown, black, faded. 128pp. incl. Index to Volume 1. Ring Lardner, Jr., Edwin Rolfe, Russ Davis, Beulah Richardson, Abraham Polonsky, Lee Jenson, Lars Lawrence, Lewis Amster, Dora Teitelboim, John R. Starks, Richard Nurko, George Penner, Bob Bernard, George Bogin, A. Alexander, Pierre Henri DeLattre, Don Gordon, G. W. Sherman, Waldeen, Ben Edwards, Julian Mayfield. Contents VG.** Incl. ad. flier facs. from The New Yorker Talk of the Town, Notes and Comments section, featuring the Contemporary Reader. Seller Inventory # ABE-1494366142404

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