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Wilde, Oscar

Published by University of Virginia Press (2011)

ISBN 10: 0813931916 ISBN 13: 9780813931913

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About this Item: University of Virginia Press, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: like new. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2011. SIGNED. First edition. Like-new book with like-new DJ. Dated and inscribed by Joseph Donohue on the front endpaper. Book. Seller Inventory # L-WI2011H-A

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Rühm, Gerhard]. - Wilde, Oscar.

Published by (Frankfurt a. M.), Verlag der Autoren, (1983). (1983)

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About this Item: (Frankfurt a. M.), Verlag der Autoren, (1983)., 1983. Kl.-8°. 86 S., 5 Bll., OKart. Condition: 0. Erstausgabe. - Vom Autor am Titelblatt eigenh. signiert. - ge Gewicht in Gramm: 350. Seller Inventory # 38353

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WILDE, Oscar

Published by Dutton, New York (1927)

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About this Item: Dutton, New York, 1927. hardcover. Condition: good. John Vassos (illustrator). First. Illustrations by John Vassos. 4to, black boards; (spine sunned & repaired; corners a bit rubbed; bookplate). New York: Dutton, (1927). Overall a good copy. Presentation copy, signed by Vassos on half title. Seller Inventory # 282829

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WILDE, Oscar.

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About this Item: 1938. DERAIN, Andre. (illustrator). WILDE, Oscar. Salome: Drame en un Acte. Illustrations par Andre Derain. Original printed paper wrappers, housed in custom cloth slipcase. Paris: The Limited Editions Club, 1938. 4to. First edition thus. One of 1500 numbered copies signed by the artist. With 8 full-page illustrations by Derain. Lacks the companion volume in English. Small bookplate, typed label about the artist affixed to inner flap of wrapper, else very good or better. Seller Inventory # 72390

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Salome: Wilde, Oscar; Beardsley,

Wilde, Oscar; Beardsley, Aubrey (ills); Derain, Andre (ills)

Published by Limited Editions Club, London (1938)

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About this Item: Limited Editions Club, London, 1938. Condition: Very good +. Limited edition. Two 4to volumes, number 822 of 1500 printed, signed. The French volume in black card wrappers with pink title text illustrated by Andre Derain with gouache drawings on black paper reproduced through the pochoir process and signed by illustrator. The English translation by Lord Alfred Douglas in gilt-decorated red cloth, with illustrations from the first edition by Aubrey Beardsley. Some wrinkles to covers of the French volume. Slt sunning to the spine of the hardcover. Both near fine in remnants of original glassine in a dusty, slt. bumped slipcase. Seller Inventory # 23739

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Limited Editions Club) Wilde (Oscar)

Published by Two vols, crown 4to, 28cm, 72 & 107p, Imprime a Paris pour les Membres de The Limited Editions Club and The fanfare Press, London, 1938. (1938)

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About this Item: Two vols, crown 4to, 28cm, 72 & 107p, Imprime a Paris pour les Membres de The Limited Editions Club and The fanfare Press, London, 1938., 1938. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Number 574 of 1500 copies the French edition printed in Peignot type in brown and black by Dehon et Cie on Arches paper and signed by the artist. 10 inserted full-page gouache drawings on black paper. The English edition with 12 full-page illustrations (and title-pages) after Aubrey Beardsley. Black paper wrappers printed in colours and orange cloth titled and stamped in gilt. A little wear to extremities of slipcase, but generally very nice and fresh. George Macy remarked of this book: "The illustrations which Andre Derain made for the French volume of Salome are the gayest and most delightful illustrations ever made for a book. This is not my dictum, I am quoting Frank Crowninshield; but I agree.". Signed by Illustrator(s). Seller Inventory # 8398

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Alastair (d.i. Hans H. von Voigt) - Oscar Wilde:

Published by Paris, Les Éditions G. Crès & Cie. (1922)

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About this Item: Paris, Les Éditions G. Crès & Cie., 1922. VII + 89 + 6 S. Priv. HLd. der Zeit, mit eingebundener OBrosch., auf fünf falschen Bünden. EA dieser Ausgabe, in franz. Sprache. Mit allen neun Tafeln. Der Meistereinband signiert von S. David. - Ebd. etw. berieben, Exlibris a. V. Schönes Expl. Sprache: französisch. Seller Inventory # 12024AB

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Oscar Wilde

Published by Cres, Paris (1923)

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About this Item: Cres, Paris, 1923. 3/4 Gilt Morocco. Condition: Very Good. Alastair (illustrator). 1st Edition Thus. French text. Reprint of the original Alastair illustrated version which was published as a limited edition in 1922. Small 4to. (7.6 x 5.8 inches). Beautifully illustrated with 9 colour plates by Alastair. This is the scarce 1st trade edition after the 1922 rare limited edition with the Alastair colored plates in the nouveau manner quite bizarre, the only known copy that has the period Parisian binding by Cres and copy that has preserved both covers in the binding, All plates fresh and startling. 3/4 red gilt morocco with Parisian endsheets and marbled boards, top edge gilt, also contains the original back strip with the original price fo 10 Frances or about 2.50 in dollars. Also, This edition contains a bibliography of the various editions of Salome since its first appearance in Paris on 1893. in French, so many pretty editions then and hence, this being one of the prettiest. Size: 4to. By the Binder. Private Press. Seller Inventory # 1001729

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Oscar Wilde

Published by E. P. Dutton & Co., New York (1929)

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About this Item: E. P. Dutton & Co., New York, 1929. 3/4 Crushed Morocco Gilt. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: no Dj. John Vassos (illustrator). 1st Edition Thus. All three Oscar's in One, each illustrated by John Vassos, the industrial genius and artist, all bound in one 4to volume by the Whitman Bennett Bindery of Brooklyn and signed by them in a crushed levant red rare art deco boards and endsheets, presentation copy by Vassos to his mentor John Pillar of Dutton, thus an association copy as well. spine relaid and new joints else very good copy. all the Vassos plates are fine. repair by Alan Grace of Surrey UK, and St. Simons Island GA. Size: 4to. By the Author and the Binder. Private Press. Seller Inventory # 1001785

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Salomé. Drame en un acte.: WILDE, Oscar.

WILDE, Oscar.

Published by Paris & London: Librairie de l'Art Independant; Elkin Mathews & John Lane, 1893 (1893)

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About this Item: Paris & London: Librairie de l'Art Independant; Elkin Mathews & John Lane, 1893, 1893. Octavo (200 × 143 mm). Contemporary purple hard-grain half morocco, spine lettered in gilt, gilt rules, marbled paper sides and endpapers, top edge gilt, original purple wrappers lettered in silver bound in. A little rubbing to extremities, central vertical crease where originally folded by Archer, wrappers with inevitable marginal fading, an excellent copy. First edition, trade issue, one of 600 copies thus (there were 50 on handmade paper), presentation copy to the influential drama critic William Archer (1856–1924): inscribed by Wilde on the half-title "William Archer, with the author's compliments, Feby 93." A superb association. The play was published on 22 February 1893, to be blasted the next day by The Times as "morbid, bizarre, repulsive," though admittedly "vigorously written in some parts". Archer, who championed Ibsen and the New Drama, had been the only major critic, except for Shaw, to attack the prior decision of the Examiner of Plays not to license Salomé. Calling the Examiner "the Great Irresponsible", Archer defended the play as "a serious work of art" in a letter to the Pall Mall Gazette (1 July 1892, reprinted in Letters of Oscar Wilde, ed. Hart-Davis, p. 317; see Wilde's letter of appreciation to Archer in Letters, p. 319). Wilde wrote to Archer on publication date to "hope you have received Salome in her Tyrian purple and fading silver ", but had to write to his publishers the following month to give them a nudge that Archer, among other intended recipients, had not actually received his promised copy yet. When Archer finally received his copy and put his review of the play into print, in Black and White (11 May 1893), it was a rave: "I have read Salomé twice in two hours; in other words, I have added two hours to the tale of that life within our life, which alone, in the long run, is really worth living – the life of the imagination. Hypnotised by the poet – for what is the magic of poetry but a form of hypnotism? – I have lived through 'the loveliest thing in the world – a drama in the air.' There is at least as much musical as pictorial quality in Salomé. It is by methods borrowed from music that Mr. Wilde, without sacrificing its suppleness, imparts to his prose the firm texture, so to speak, of verse Salomé has all the qualities of a great historical picture – pedantry and conventionality excepted. Its suppression by the Censor was perfectly ridiculous, and absolutely inevitable The atmosphere of the play is certainly none of the healthiest; but if an artist sets forth to paint a fever jungle, we can scarcely complain if his picture be not altogether breezy and exhilarating. As well look for a bracing sirocco or a tonic miasma. Salomé is an oriental Hedda Gabler; and who could portray such a character in the hues of radiant health?". Seller Inventory # 74770

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