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ARCHARD, CARY (Ed) Idris Davies et al.

Published by Poetry Wales (1981)

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About this Item: Poetry Wales, 1981. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 144 pages. Pictorial white card wraps. VG copy with no previous ownership markings. Seller Inventory # 072044

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ARCHARD, CARY (Ed)

Published by Salesbury Press, Llandybie (1981)

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About this Item: Salesbury Press, Llandybie, 1981. Paperback. Condition: Good +. First Edition. Card covers scuffed and marked but contents very good - clean and tight, spine uncreased. Seller Inventory # 59946

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About this Item: Welsh Outlook Press, 1923. Disbound. Condition: Good. First Edition. 28 pages. Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; Richard Wilson, R.A. - The Master and The Man by Isaac J. Williams; Penegoes Recovery: The Birthplace of Richard Wilson by Evelyn Lewes; Nationalism and The Welsh University by Iorwerth C. Peate; A Study in Mediaevalism: Social and Economic Affairs of The lordship of Glamorgan by W. Tudor Davies; In Boeotia by H. Idris Bell; The Coming of Taliesin by Leigh Henry; Two Languages at Four by May Ervant; Rhymni by J.S.J; The Women of Wales and World Peace by M.; Poetry by Elvyn Williams David; The Development of Rural Industries by Edgar L. Chappell; Wales at Work - A Social Diary. Size: Quarto. 28 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Inventory No: 224157. 21 years of serving customers on ABE. A seller you can rely on. Seller Inventory # 224157

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About this Item: Welsh Outlook Press, 1924. Disbound. Condition: Good. First Edition. 30 pages. Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; The Meaning of Copec by Rev. Hugh Martin; The Social Function of The Church: Precedents and Warnings from The Past by Rev. Malcolm Spencer; International Relations by Sydney Herbert; The Fundamentals of Education by E. Salter Davies; Christianity and Modern Industry by Henry A. Mess; The Sacramental Life: An Impression of The Welsh School of Social Service by Rev. D.J. Evans; The Nature of God and His Purpose for The World by Dr. D.G. Taylor; Copec and Rural Education by Evan T. Davis; The Beaten Track: An Appreciation by Ap P.; Atgof by T.H.D.; In The Backwater by H. Idris Bell; The Exhibition by Brinley Evans. Size: Quarto. 30 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Inventory No: 224168. 21 years of serving customers on ABE. A seller you can rely on. Seller Inventory # 224168

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About this Item: Welsh Outlook Press, 1926. Disbound. Condition: Good. First Edition. 26 pages. Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Note; this is an original monthly part separated from the annual volume, and does not have the original wrappers. Contains; The Musical Outlook by Sir Walford Davies; The Late Mr. John Owens, J.P. by R.R. Williams; Wales for The Welsh: What Then? by E. Ebrard Rees; Federation of League of Nations Societies at Aberystwyth by Professor Webster; Told by The Cobbler of Llansionyn by R. Lloyd Hughes; Beau Nash: King of Bath by Idris Williams; A Conversation: Between Mr. Love-The-Lord and Mr. Moralman, of Chalfont St. Giles by Elined Kotschnig-Prys; The Papacy and The Pseudo-Isidorian Decretals by J.E. de Hirsch-Davies; Could Wales Control Her Own Coalfields: A Nationalist Viewpoint by W. Tudor Davies. Size: Quarto. 26 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Inventory No: 224190. 21 years of serving customers on ABE. A seller you can rely on. Seller Inventory # 224190

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About this Item: Welsh Outlook Press, 1930. Paperback. Condition: Fair. First Edition. 30 pages. Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Original printed wrappers, worn. Staples are rusted. Contains; Morituri Te Salutant by George M. Ll. Davies; How far are we Providing an Education for Life by Rhys T. Davies; A Folk School for Wales by Frederic Evans; The Religious Leadership of The Future in Wales by Prof. G.A. Edwards; The Organisation of Religion in Wales by Rev. T.F. Jones; Thomas Gouge, Pioneer of Popular Education by Idris Williams; Individualism and Literature by Geraint V. Jones; The Welsh League of Nations Union; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies. Size: Quarto. 30 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Inventory No: 224229. 21 years of serving customers on ABE. A seller you can rely on. Seller Inventory # 224229

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About this Item: Welsh Outlook Press, 1930. Paperback. Condition: Fair. First Edition. 34 pages. Published from 1914 to 1933, The Welsh Outlook was intended to promote a view of Cultural Nationalism and social progress within Wales, as reflected in the topics in each monthly part. The magazine is considered to have been important in the development of Welsh Nationalism, and Wales as a Nation separate from the rest of Britain, most especially so from England through the Welsh language. The print runs were tiny, even by the standards of the day, perhaps only 2000 an issue in the early days, rather less later, and are consequently tricky to find. Original printed wrappers, loose and torn. Staples are rusted. Contains; The Passing of Dewi Sant by Wil Ifan; The Catholic Church and The Spirit of Worship by Donald Attwater; The Unknown Abbey - A Medieval Legend by H. Idris Bell; Into Wales and in it by T. Huws Davies; Thoughts on The Welsh Novel by Geraint Goodwin; Racial Prejudices of Welsh School Children by Sydney Herbert; Owen Tudor, his Life and Times by Grace Lloyd-Williams; The National Orchestra of Wales; A Wireless Community by J.E. Tomley; Reverie at Vespers by A. Ll. Owen; The Welsh League of Nations Union; Wales and The World by Rev. Gwilym Davies. Size: Quarto. 34 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Welsh Outlook; Inventory No: 224230. 21 years of serving customers on ABE. A seller you can rely on. Seller Inventory # 224230

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Davies, Idris

Published by Gomer Press, Llandyssul (1990)

ISBN 10: 0863836232 ISBN 13: 9780863836237

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About this Item: Gomer Press, Llandyssul, 1990. Hardback. Condition: Almost as New. Dust Jacket Condition: Almost as New. B/W Illustrations (illustrator). First Impression First Edition. All as new, unread with no marks or inscriptions. Dust jacket not price clipped. There is minor light foxing to top outer edge block. Text in Welsh and English. 'Out of the mining valleys of south Wales, where the memory of hardship lingers on, Idris Cavies speaks with a lyrical simplicity in the vernacular of his country.' Broadleaf Books is a second hand independent bookshop in Abergavenny, South Wales. Enquiries and visits are very welcome. Size: 8 x 6". Seller Inventory # 00187502

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Jenkins, Islwyn

Published by Gomer, Llandysul (1986)

ISBN 10: 0863832105 ISBN 13: 9780863832109

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About this Item: Gomer, Llandysul, 1986. Hardback. Condition: Almost as New. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. B/W Photographs (illustrator). First Impression. Unread copy; clean and tight with end papers illustrated. D/j not price clipped with hairline crease to back (goes accross middle) and very slight wear to top right corners; tiny chip to top back corner by spine. Through lifelong friendship and parallel experience at the same time in the same place the author of these reflections is uniquely qualified to write of the life and work and thought of one who set out 'to ascertain and serve the truth', who died before reaching complete poetic maturity and who, had he been less modest, would have been more widely known. POSTAGE OVERSEAS is by AIR and should extra be needed this will be requested. Broadleaf Books is a second hand independent bookshop in Abergavenny, South Wales. Enquiries and visits are very welcome. loc Size: 8.5 x 6". Seller Inventory # 0010640

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Jenkins, Islwyn

Published by Gomer Press, Llandysul, Ceredigion, Wales UK (1986)

ISBN 10: 0863832105 ISBN 13: 9780863832109

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From: Sue Lloyd-Davies Books (CARMARTHEN, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: Gomer Press, Llandysul, Ceredigion, Wales UK, 1986. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. First Edition; First Printing. Scarlet Red boards with bright gilt titling to the spine. In the original publishers' 'Portrait' pictorial dustjacket. Dustjacket is Not price-clipped. No Inscriptions or Marks. Map endpapers of 'The Rhymney Idris knew' to the front, and pictorial e /ps to the rear. (xix) + (1 Map) + 273 pp. Illustrated in b/w. An Excellent Very Clean, Tight and Bright 'As New' copy. "Idris Davies (January 6, 1905 - April 6, 1953) , was a Welsh poet, originally writing in Welsh, but later writing exclusively in English. He is the only poet to cover significant events in the early 20th century in the South Wales Valleys and the South Wales coalfield and literally from a perspective at the coalface. He is known, amongst much else, for 'The Bells of Rhymney', a ballad on the failure of the 1926 UK General Strike and the Great Depression in the United Kingdom and their effects on the South Wales coal mining valleys. Other notable poems are 'Gwalia Deserta' (1938) ; 'The Angry Summer: A Poem of 1926' (1943) ; 'Tonypandy and other poems' (1945). His second collection of poems was taken by T. S. Eliot for Faber and Faber (1945). "; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 273 pages. Seller Inventory # 109078

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The Complete Poems of Idris Davies. Edited: JOHNSTON, Dafydd. (DAVIES,

JOHNSTON, Dafydd. (DAVIES, Idris).

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About this Item: 1994. University of Wales Press, Cardiff. 1994. First edition. Hardback with DW. Large 8vo. A very clean and fresh copy in wrapper that is sunned to spine and is only slightly shelf worn. Seller Inventory # 74873

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NZ Library: Set #1 (Six Volumes), Limited: DAVIES, Bevan, DIVOLA,

DAVIES, Bevan, DIVOLA, John, KAHN, Steve, KHAN, Idris, MORIYAMA, Daido, SCHOTT, John

Published by Nazraeli Press, Portland, Oregon (2014)

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About this Item: Nazraeli Press, Portland, Oregon, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. PRICING & EDITION NUMBER: Price is net to all; promotional discounts do not apply. The price of this set of six titles reflects a 40% discount compared to purchasing titles individually ($150 per title compared to $250 per title).DISCOUNT ON SET 1 SPECIAL EDITIONS: Customers who purchase this set of six titles also qualify for a $150 discount off the price of a special limited edition from Set 1 (with print) of one of the six titles from the set (you will receive a second copy of the slipcased book with the special limited edition). Otherwise, special edition price is net to all; promotional discounts do not apply.SHIPPING NOTE: due to size and weight (e.g., multi-volume sets), additional shipping fees apply (calculated at checkout).First edition, first printing. Limited edition of 350 copies. Each of the six volumes is numbered on the colophon page and signed by the artist on a label tipped in to the back cover. Each volume in the set shares the following characteristics: Hardcover. Silk cloth-covered boards; with photographically illustrated dust jacket and silk cloth-covered slipcase. 15 x 12 inches. New in publisher's packaging. From the publisher: "We are excited to announce the NZ Library, a new series of limited edition, highly collectible artist's books. Printed on Japanese art paper using our exclusive "Daido black" inks, all books in the NZ Library have certain aspects in common: each title is produced using the highest material and production values; each is limited to 350 numbered and signed copies; each is bound in silk cloth and individually slipcased. Each book in the series is uniform in height, with a slipcased format of 15 x 12 inches. The NZ Library will be built six titles at a time, with groupings curated to balance and play off of past, present and future titles in the series. While copies will be available to purchase individually, a generous discount is extended for orders of all six titles in any given set.Set 1 highlights work by some of the most creative and influential photographic artists active in Los Angeles during the 1970s; re-presents the long-overdue "wayward piece of the puzzle"-- John Schott's entire "Route 66 Motels" portfolio -- to the available literature relating to the groundbreaking New Topographics exhibition shown in 1975 at the George Eastman House in Rochester; offers new insight into Daido Moriyama's working methodology; and provides an ideal forum for the first international publication on the work of superstar contemporary artist Idris Khan."Volume One: Bevan Davies: Los Angeles 1976. ISBN 978-1-59005-383-6. 48 pp., with 32 duotone plates. From the publisher: "Bevan Davies's meticulously printed photographs suggest an appreciation of this form of residential architecture with respect both to the facades on which their identities hinge and to the built spaces between those facades. Preferring to photograph during early morning hours on weekends, Davies positioned the film plane of his 8x10-inch camera parallel to the buildings' fronts, to capture the nuanced play of shadows. The resulting images lend depth to structural and decorative elements that are simultaneously utilitarian and aesthetic." From "Ed Ruscha and Some Los Angeles Apartments" by Virginia Heckert: "Los Angeles 1976 is an exquisitely-produced collection of Bevan Davies's photographs of residential Los Angeles architecture, a subject perfectly suited to his working methods at that time. Born in 1941 and educated at the University of Chicago during the 1960s, Bevan Davies hit his intellectual and artistic stride in the 1970s, dovetailing perfectly with the uniquely fertile grounds that Los Angeles was becoming during that decade. The immediate impact of the work Davies produced at this time is reflected in the list of solo and group exhibitions in which his photographs were shown, including such venues as Sonnabend Gallery, New York; International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House, Rochester; The Museum. Seller Inventory # 110782

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