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Schifter, Jacobo

Published by Haworth Press (1999)

ISBN 10: 1560239581 ISBN 13: 9781560239581

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About this Item: Haworth Press, 1999. Soft cover. Condition: Poor. 1st Edition. Book is creased throughout, as if someone folded it, placed it into their back pocket, and sat down for three hours; inside front cover has minor soil at bottom; tight, text clean; reading copy. 156 p. The customer who buys this book will also receive a reading copy of Ed Wood's "Death of a Transvestite" (Four Walls Eight Windows, 1999, 1st printing, mass market paperback with badly creased cover, 172 p., published at $9.95). [b 100; otob]. Seller Inventory # 003544

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Reymundo Sanchez; Sonia Rodriguez

Published by Chicago Review Press (2008)

ISBN 10: 1556527225 ISBN 13: 9781556527227

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About this Item: Chicago Review Press, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 39,602,GOOD READING COPY, tight spine,clean pages, NO highlighting/markings,good d j. Seller Inventory # 39,602

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Reymundo Sanchez; Sonia Rodriguez

Published by Chicago Review Press (2010)

ISBN 10: 1569762856 ISBN 13: 9781569762851

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About this Item: Chicago Review Press, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1569762856

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Reymundo Sanchez; Sonia Rodriguez

Published by Chicago Review Press (2010)

ISBN 10: 1569762856 ISBN 13: 9781569762851

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About this Item: Chicago Review Press, 2010. Condition: Good. A+ Customer service! Satisfaction Guaranteed! Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Used items may not include supplementary materials such as CDs or access codes. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. Seller Inventory # 1569762856-2-4

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Reymundo Sanchez; Sonia Rodriguez

Published by Chicago Review Press (2008)

ISBN 10: 1556527225 ISBN 13: 9781556527227

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About this Item: Chicago Review Press, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1556527225

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Samuel Seyer

Published by John Matthew Gutch and others, Bristol (1812)

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About this Item: John Matthew Gutch and others, Bristol, 1812. Hardback, quarto-size, 336 pages (xviii, 318), the latin below the english and the copious footnotes below that: publisher's grey boards backed in brown pebble cloth. CONDITION - Good, the letterpress clean with good margins, an old previous owner's name and place on the front end-paper: the binding worn and fragile, cloth separated at the hinges (holding on the cords) and with small loss at the head. The only subsisting titling is a later improvised label, hand-written on stamp paper. (Unpacked weight: 880 grams). SHIPPING: POST-FREE in UK. Extra shipping charges will be requested for orders from Overseas. For further information or more detail, please use the 'ask the seller a question' link on this page. Seller Inventory # 142996

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Brotherton, David C.

Published by Columbia University Press, New York (2004)

ISBN 10: 0231114192 ISBN 13: 9780231114196

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About this Item: Columbia University Press, New York, 2004. Paper Back Enclosed. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. First Edition; First Printing. 8vo 8" - 9" tall. Seller Inventory # 25138

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Jacobo Schifter

Published by Routledge (1999)

ISBN 10: 1560239581 ISBN 13: 9781560239581

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About this Item: Routledge, 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1560239581

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Rodríguez Monegal, Emir. ; Colchie, Thomas. [Jorge Luis Borges; Miguel Angel Asturias; Alejo Carpentier; Arturo Uslar Pietri ; Juan Carlos Onetti; Vicente Huidobro; Cesar Vallejo; Cesar Moro; Jose Gorostiza; Xavier Villaurrutia; Nicolas Guillen; Pablo Neruda; Oliverio Girondo; Enrique Molina; Jose Lezama Lima; Manuel Bandeira; Oswald de Andrade; Mario de Andrade; Cassiano Ricardo; Jorge de Lima; Carlos Drummond de Andrade; Joao Guimaraes Rosa; Octavio Paz; Nicanora Parra; Adolfo Bioy Casares; Julio Cortazar; Ernesto Sabato; Carlos Martinez Moreno; Juan Rulfo; Vinicius de;/ Two concrete poems -- Francisco Alvim / Two poems -- Clarice Lispector; Nelida Pinos; Alberto Girri; Ali Chumacero ; Cesar Fernandez Moreno

Published by New York : Knopf, 1977 (1977)

ISBN 10: 0394733665 ISBN 13: 9780394733661

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About this Item: New York : Knopf, 1977, 1977. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. 1st edition ; xiv, [495]-982 (487 pp.) ; ISBN: 0394733665 pbk. (v. 2); 9780394733661 pbk. (v. 2) LCCN: 76-19126 ; LC: PQ7087.E5; Dewey: 860/.8 ; OCLC: 2372931 ; edited by Emir Rodríguez Monegal, with the assistance of Thomas Colchie.; stiff paper wrappers ; Contents: The modern masters -- Jorge Luis Borges / The Aleph -- Miguel Angel Asturias / El Senor Presidente -- Alejo Carpentier / Journey back to the source -- Arturo Uslar Pietri / The drum dance -- Juan Carlos Onetti / Jacob and the Other / A dream come true -- Vicente Huidobro / Altazor and other poems -- Cesar Vallejo / Human poems -- Cesar Moro / A surrealist poem -- Jose Gorostiza / Death without end -- Xavier Villaurrutia / Nocturnes -- Nicolas Guillen / Two poems -- Pablo Neruda / Six poems -- Oliverio Girondo / Into the Moremarrow -- Enrique Molina / Two surrealist poems -- Jose Lezama Lima / Texts in prose and verse -- Manuel Bandeira / poems -- Oswald de Andrade / Two texts -- Mario de Andrade / Two texts -- Cassiano Ricardo / My father was the King -- Jorge de Lima / The Big Mystical Circus -- Carlos Drummond de Andrade / Poems -- Joao Guimaraes Rosa / Two texts -- A new Writing -- Octavio Paz / Blanco -- Nicanora Parra / Poems and antipoems -- Adolfo Bioy Casares / The myth of Orpheus and Eurydice -- Julio Cortazar / The other heaven -- Ernesto Sabato / Report on the blind -- Carlos Martinez Moreno / The pigeon -- Juan Rulfo / Luvina -- Five Brazilian poets: Vinicius de Moraes / Two Poems -- Joao Cabral de Melo Neto / The dog without feathers -- Ledo Ivo / Didactic elegy -- Haroldo de Campos / Two concrete poems -- Francisco Alvim / Two poems -- Clarice Lispector / The Passion according to G H -- Nelida Pinos / House of Passion -- Twenty Spanish American poets : Alberto Girri / Epistle to Hieronymus Bosch -- Ali Chumacero / Two poems -- Cesar Fernandez Moreno / Argentine until death do us part -- Idea Vilarino / Three poems -- Cintio Vitier / Two poems -- Ernesto Cardenal / Four poems -- Roberto Juarroz / Four poems -- Blanca Varela / Three poems -- Jaime Sabines / two poems -- Carlos German Belli / O Cybernetic Fairy -- Enrique Lihn / Poems -- Fayad Jamis / Poems -- Pablo Armando Fernandez / Three poems -- Heberto Padilla / Two poems -- Guillermo Sucre / Poems -- Juan Gelman / Theory de Daniela Rocca -- Jose Emilio Pacheco / Two poems -- Homero Aridjis / Five poems -- Javier Heraud / The river -- Antonio Cisneros / poems -- Jose Donoso / Legitimate games -- Carlos Fuentes / The Doll Queen -- Gabriel Garcia Marquez / One day after Saturday -- Guillermo Cabrera Infante / Three trapped tigers -- Manuel Puig / The Buenos Aires affair -- Mario Vargas LLosa / The green house -- Severo Sarduy / The entry of Christ into Havana -- Gustavo Sainz / The Princess of the Iron Palace -- Reinaldo Arenas / Concerning Los Toribios Prison and the Chaining of the friar ; text in English ; foxing ; corner creases, else VG. Book. Seller Inventory # 007135

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AIKMAN, James.

Published by Glasgow: Blackie Fullarton; Edinburgh: Archibald Fullarton (1827)

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About this Item: Glasgow: Blackie Fullarton; Edinburgh: Archibald Fullarton, 1827. 1st. Edn. 4 vols. pp. civ, 447; ii, 630; ii, 572; & ii, 644. Engraved portrait frontispieces to each volume. Coloured folding map in Vol. I. In half calf over marbled boards. All of the boards are detached. Vols. II, III & IV lack title pages. There is occasional light foxing and soiling. The contents are sound. A good working set. Seller Inventory # 1338

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GEOFFREY of Monmouth.

Published by London: for J. Bowyer, H. Clements, and W. and J. Innys, 1718 (1718)

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About this Item: London: for J. Bowyer, H. Clements, and W. and J. Innys, 1718, 1718. Octavo (190 × 117 mm). Near-contemporary panelled calf, sometime rebacked and relined. A little rubbed with some repair to covers, small chip to top corner of first blank, mild spotting throughout. A very good copy, sound and presentable. 16pp. list of subscribers, final errata leaf. First edition in English, William Cole's copy, of "one of the most popular and influential historical works of the middle ages" (ODNB), by Geoffrey of Monmouth (c.11001154/5), bishop of St Asaph. Completed by 1139, Geoffrey's Historia Regum Britanniae introduced such figures as Arthur, Merlin, and King Leir to an international reading public. "The fact that thereafter the Arthurian cycle was mediated primarily through the mid-fifteenth-century Morte d'Arthur of Sir Thomas Malory should not detract from the position of Geoffrey of Monmouth as its great originator" (op. cit.) The figure of King Leir [Lear] seems to have been Geoffrey's original creation, and arguably the most successful. "Indeed, Tatlock described the Leir story 'along with the vogue of Arthur' as 'Geoffrey's greatest contribution to the world'" (op. cit.) The Historia makes Britain's foundation contiguous with classical myth, in the person of Brutus, a Trojan émigré. It proceeds to an account of a series of royal dynasties, some of whose members enjoyed later fame, to the last glorious British kings, notably Uther Pendragon and Arthur, before the final victory of the Saxons. Geoffrey concludes his history in the seventh century AD, where Bede's Historia ecclesiastica begins. This is the copy of Cambridge antiquary William Cole (1714-82), bearing his early ownership inscription to the first blank "G.l.mus Cole Aul. de Clare Cant Soc-Com" dated 1735 (aged 21, his second year as a pensioner at Clare College, Cambridge), and his later armorial bookplate to title page verso, by which time he was, as "Coll. Regal Cantab.", installed as a fellow at Kings College, Cambridge. He was close friends, since Eton, with Horace Walpole, who called him his "oracle in any antique difficulties". Though Cole published no work of his own, he nonetheless acted as antiquarian oracle to many notable contemporaries, including Francis Grose, writing the account of the School of Pythagoras at Cambridge in Grose's Antiquities. Cole did assemble some 100 volumes of manuscript notes, a considerable portion of which were towards histories of Cambridgeshire and the Colleges of the university,which are now at the British Museum. In this copy, Cole's oracular antiquarian brain is turned, fascinatingly, upon Geoffrey of Monmouth's British History, and the book bears numerous useful and interesting marginalia, providing corrections and queries to Monmouth's text, as well as glosses on place-names and concise historical biographies of characters mentioned. At one point he remarks amusingly on the "true Whiggish spirit" of (Thompson's translation of) Cassibellaunus' defiant letter to Julius Caesar on his invasion of Britain. Cole has also added, to the final blank page of the Preface, Alexander Pope's opinion of Thompson's translation, copied from a letter to Edward Blount dated Sept 8 1717: "I have very lately read Jefferey of Monmouth. in the Translation of a Clergyman in my Neighbourhood. The poor man is highly concerned to vindicate Jeffery's veracity as an Historian, & told me, he was perfectly astonished we of the Roman Comunion could doubt of the Legends of his Giants, while we believed those of our Saints!" Pope's witty sign off, "believe there is nothing more true (even more true than any Thing in Jeffery is false) than that I have a constant affection for you & am etc", gives some indication of the prevailing sense that Monmouth's work is of a value more literary than historical, and this, Cole's annotated copy, his highly appealing insofar as it records, intriguingly, a learned antiquary's view this seminal text. Seller Inventory # 90365

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