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Joaquin de Alba views Violence in America: De Tocqueville's America Revisited, de Alba, Joaquin; Foreword by Chester Burger
121 de Alba, Joaquin; Foreword by Chester Burger Joaquin de Alba views Violence in America: De Tocqueville's America Revisited
Washington DC Acropolis Books (c.1969) 0-87491-120-6 / 9780874911206 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good+ dj Illustrated by Joaquin de Alba 
[solid copy with minimal shelfwear, tiny stain on bottom edge of text block; jacket has a couple of tiny nicks at top of spine, a couple of small closed tears along top edge of rear panel, very light surface rubbing]. (cartoon drawings) In the wake of the violent events of 1968 (including the RFK and MLK assassinations), a leading Spanish cartoonist took a harsh look at America's culture of violence by juxtaposing quotations from Alexis de Tocqueville's "Democracy in America," orginally published in 1835 and 1840, with politically-themed cartoons depicting conditions and events in the modern-day U.S. It ain't a pretty picture. "Combining the wittily acid pen of [de Alba] with the biting commentary made over a hundred years ago by Alexis de Tocqueville creates a volume providing a rare treat for the reader-observer of the American way of life." De Alba (1912-1983) had been a political cartoonist in Spain since the 1930s (the jacket blurb states that he was the "former official cartoonist in Franco's Spain"), but had been living and working in the U.S. for eight years at the time this book appeared; one of his cartoons was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in 1966. Among his fans was President Lyndon B. Johnson, who (not surprisingly) makes frequent appearances in de Alba's cartoons, and who even provided an endorsement of sorts, reproduced on the rear jacket panel. (It had to do with de Alba supplying originals of some of his cartoons for display at the LBJ Library in Texas.) Laid in to this book is a statement from the publisher, dated October 1, 1973, commending the book's previous owner "for suggesting the deTocquille [sic] theme" for the book, and praising her "creative approach and editorial assistance on several of our other books." 
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Sad Laughter Memories: A Daisy-Guts Cocktail and The Legend of Sipho Nyembezi [*SIGNED*], de Ridder, Jac
122 de Ridder, Jac Sad Laughter Memories: A Daisy-Guts Cocktail and The Legend of Sipho Nyembezi [*SIGNED*]
Johannesburg Jonathan Ball Publishers 1983 0-86850-062-3 / 9780868500621 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine in Near Fine dj Illustrated by (dj) Abe Berry Signed by Author
[very slight wear at ends of spine, otherwise tight and clean; ditto the jacket, with just some light surface-scratching to the rear panel]. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the ffep: "To ________ & ______ / with affection / Jac"; also dated in the year of publication. Two novellas set in Sophiatown, a Johannesburg suburb which was once a vibrant center of black culture, but which under apartheid (still the law of the land in South Africa at the time of this volume's publication) had "been bulldozed into the ground to make way for the soulless symmetry of a new white suburb, Triomf" (after its non-white residents had been forcibly removed and relocated to various settlements and townships, of course). "A Daisy-Guts Cocktail" is a "tale of gangsters, shebeen queens, murderers, bank robbers, wayward spirits and strangely gifted souls"; "The Legend of Sipho Nyembezi" tells of "the gentle hunchback blacksmith who talks to angels, and of his friend Macbeth, a Clydedale stallion, who together become entangled in a series of events beyond their control." Signed by Author 
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Daniel Pinkham: A Bio-Bibliography, DeBoer, Kee, and John B. Ahouse
123 DeBoer, Kee, and John B. Ahouse Daniel Pinkham: A Bio-Bibliography
New York/Westport CT/London Greenwood Press 1988 0-313-25503-2 / 9780313255038 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine 
(no dust jacket, as issued) [minor handling wear, slightly bumped at top front spine corner, tiny stain at edge of ffep]. (Bio-Bibliographies in Music, No. 12) Series (B&W photo frontispiece) "Ever since the mid-1940s when he was a recent graduate from Harvard, Daniel Pinkham has composed music at a remarkably consistent rate. His more than 300 musical compositions cover his entire career as performer and teacher, and are in part a measure of his success at securing commissions from a variety of organizations and individuals. From this it follows that Pinkham is performed widely and often, so that a bibliography of his music becomes inseparable from an accounting of the many concerts at which his works have held a featured place." This volume contains: a biography; a completely catalogue of works and a selected list of performances; a discography; a bibliography; four appendices. There's a note at the end of the preface stating that he had completed four more compositions since the text had been completed -- and he lived for almost another twenty years after its publication. 
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The Kingmaker, Denker, Henry
124 Denker, Henry The Kingmaker
New York David McKay Company (c.1972) First Edition Hardcover Good in Near Fine dj Illustrated by (dj photo) Milton Charles 
[heavy foxing to top edge, somewhat less on fore-edge, some soiling to book's covers, boards slightly warped, light musty smell; the jacket, however, has been affected by none of this, and is nearly flawless, with just a touch of soiling to the rear panel]. One of the more outrageous romans-a-clef in the annals of Hollywood fiction, a thinly fictionalized telling of the rise of MCA founder Jules Stein -- here "Dr. Irwin Cone" (nee 'Isidore Cohen"), who builds his "Talent Corporation of America" into a powerful media giant, and who eventually moves to protect his empire from charges of monopoly by his behind-the-scenes manipulation of an appealing has-been cowboy star into the governorship of (as they say) "a great Western state." This "novel of greed, lust, ambition, and the cynical perversion of power" depicts the ways in which Cone's Machiavellian ingenuity and cunning turn the actor, "Jeff Jefferson" (you fill in the real name here), into a full-blown political figure. One can only wonder if the author had an inkling in 1972 of what still lay ahead for Ronald Reagan, the real-life counterpart of Jeff Jefferson. (It's been rumored that there was an attempt at suppression of this novel -- certainly no one was likely to make it into a movie!) My favorite line of dialogue comes near the end, as one character speculates about the potential of the new Governor Jefferson, "Sometimes the man takes over the office. Sometimes the office takes over the man. I guess with him it'll depend on whether he' s playing a governor or being one." 
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How to Play Bongos - Timbales - Conga Drums - Maracas, Deutch, (Dr.) M.; edited by Chas. Colin
125 Deutch, (Dr.) M.; edited by Chas. Colin How to Play Bongos - Timbales - Conga Drums - Maracas
New York New Sounds in Modern Music (c.1956) Unstated edition Stapled wraps Very Good+ Illustrated by (design by) Bob Blansky 
[light edgewear, minor creasing to covers, light soiling to rear cover]. (diagrams, musical examples) Just 48 pages, but enthusiastically pitched as "4 Great Books in 1." Too bad they weren't as enthuiastic about their proofreading, or they might have avoided the typo of "Congo Drums" on the front cover. 
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Great Crimes of San Francisco, Dickensheet, Dean W., ed.
126 Dickensheet, Dean W., ed. Great Crimes of San Francisco
New York Ballantine Books (A Comstock Edition) 1974 0-345-24297-1 / 9780345242976 First Edition Softcover Very Good+ 
[modest external wear, reading crease along front hinge, short diagonal crease at bottom right corner of front cover; see NOTE regarding signature on top of ffep]. Mass Market PB Contents: "The Death of a Dentist" by David Magee; "The Phosphorescent Bride" by Oscar Lewis; "Wells, Fargo Jekyll and Hyde" by Richard H. Dillon; "The History of Theodore Durrant" by Thomas S. Duke; "Eleven Days' Wonder" by Lenore Glen Offord; "The Lingering Doubt" by Miriam Allen deFord; "The Labor Union Murders" by Joe Gores; "This is the Zodiac Speaking..." by Duffy Jennings; "The Chinatown Murders" by Thomas W. Emch. NOTE: At the top of the first inside page appears the following signature/inscription: "Dustin Hoffman / L.A. / July - 1976." I am assured by the person from whom I obtained this book that it indeed was once the property of Dustin Hoffman. 
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The Fall of a Nation; a sequel to The Birth of a Nation, Dixon, Thomas
127 Dixon, Thomas The Fall of a Nation; a sequel to The Birth of a Nation
New York/London D. Appleton and Company 1916 First Edition Hardcover Good in Good dj Illustrated by Charles Wrenn 
(price-clipped) [a Good-only copy, rear hinge cracked and front hinge starting, moderate soiling to covers and edges of text block, spine cloth a little darkened and spotted, contemporary (non-authorial) gift inscription on ffep; jacket edgeworn and soiled, various tiny tears and nicks along top edge, faint dampstaining to lower half of spine (not too visible externally), rubbing/surface-scratching to front panel, etc.]. (frontispiece + five B&W plates) Although billed as a "sequel" to THE BIRTH OF A NATION (which of course was not a Dixon book at all, but D.W. Griffith's film adaptation of Dixon's 1905 novel "The Clansman"), this novel is actually nothing of the sort. As the New York Times summarized it, it's a speculative yarn about "an enormously rich American who conspires with the monarchies of Europe to deliver the United States, bound, gagged, and helpless, into their hands to become a province of an Imperial Federation, for which he is to be made a Prince and its Governor General," all presented in "a galloping style that never stops to consider such small things as probability, or human nature, or logical sequence." Its literary merits were more or less irrelevant, though, for it was so much more than just a novel: it was just one element of a canny multi-media blitz by the North Carolina-born Baptist minister, playwright and literary demagogue to capitalize on the enormous success of Griffith's film. The book in essence is a "novelization" of Dixon's own film of the same name, which went into production in the fall of 1915, when BIRTH was still pulling in huge crowds across the country. It had been serialized in various newspapers as early as December 1915, with this hardcover version was timed to appear almost simultaneously with the film, which premiered in New York in May of 1916. 
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Odd Man Out: A Memoir of the Hollywood Ten, Dmytryk, Edward
128 Dmytryk, Edward Odd Man Out: A Memoir of the Hollywood Ten
Carbondale/Edwardsville Southern Illinois University Press (c.1996) 0-8093-1999-3 / 9780809319992 1st Edition (softcover issue) Softcover Near Fine 
[slight bumping to corners of rear cover, otherwise nice and clean, virtually as-new]. Trade PB (B&W photographs) "In this personal and perceptive book, [the author] vividly chronicles the history of a particularly turbulent era in American political life while examining his own life before and after the events universally called the witch hunts. He details his brief membership in the Communist Party of America, explaining his initial commitment to what he perceived as communist ideals of civil liberties, economic justice, and antifascism, followed by his eventual disillusionment with the party as it betrayed those ideals. He goes on to provide a fair assessment of what then happened to him and the effect it had on the rest of his life. Dmytryk describes the activities, prejudices, and personal behaviors of all the parties enmeshed in the congressional hearings on communism in Hollywood. His reactions to other members of the Hollywood Ten and his recollection of conversations with them lend his book an immediacy that is not only informative but also absorbing." It's worth noting that when Dmytryk published his autobiography, in 1978, half of the Hollywood Ten (himself included) were still alive; by the time this book came out in 1996, he had outlived all but one (Ring Lardner Jr.). 
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Apache Gold and Yaqui Silver, Dobie, J. Frank
129 Dobie, J. Frank Apache Gold and Yaqui Silver
Boston Little, Brown & Company 1944 4th printing Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good dj Illustrated by (dj and illustrations) Tom Lea 
[tight clean book, with just a bit of shelfwear to bottom edge; jacket has a few tiny tears and chips along the top edge (front and rear panels both), still bright and attractive]. (color plates, pen and ink drawings) Beguiling mash-up of fact and legend about the mother(s) of all gold and silver mines, supposedly "still there!" somewhere in the American Southwest, by an author who "has prospected more exhaustively into the history and legends of the southwest than any other man [and presents] a nerve-tingling account of buried treasure truer than many that launched fleets and depopulated towns." 
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The Holocaust in American Film [*SIGNED*], Doneson, Judith E.
130 Doneson, Judith E. The Holocaust in American Film [*SIGNED*]
Philadelphia/New York/Jerusalem The Jewish Publication Society 1987 0-8276-0281-2 / 9780827602816 First Edition Hardcover Fine in Fine dj Illustrated by (dj design) Adrianne Onderdonk Dudden Signed by Author
[lovely clean copy (except for author inscription), with no discernible wear to either book or jacket]. (B&W photographs) INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the ffep. "An investigation into the ways in which specific films influenced and reflected the Americanization of the Holocaust, and how film has helped to disseminate the event into the popular consciousness." Among the films discussed in depth are Chaplin's THE GREAT DICTATOR, THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK (to which an entire chapter is devoted), CABARET, JULIA, THE PAWNBROKER and the TV miniseries HOLOCAUST. Notes; bibliography; filmography. Signed by Author 
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Big Flight, Drake, Francis and Katharine
131 Drake, Francis and Katharine Big Flight
Boston Little, Brown and Company 1934 First Edition Hardcover Very Good in Good dj Illustrated by (dj design) Raymond Lufkin 
[nice solid copy, a bit shelfworn at bottom corners (with slight exposure of boards), faint bookseller's stamp (Bertrand Smith's Acres of Books, Long Beach, California) on front pastedown; jacket has some shallow chipping along top edge, a bit of paper loss at spine ends, spine a bit age-darkened, light soiling to rear panel]. Aviation-adventure novel about a young mechanic who, "aided by a lucky bit of heroism, is hired by a transcontinental air service, eventually becoming a Master Pilot in charge of passenger and mail planes," and who all along is tinkering with an experimental device that will revolutionize flying. Also in the mix is his gal Joyce, "who, though completely feminine, never deliberately reminded you that she was a girl." (Well, that's a relief. No girly-girls for this flyboy!) "Hard-boiled in spots, racy in dialogue, speedy all the way," per the jacket blurb this novel will "quicken the pulse of a cigar-store Indian." The husband-and-wife authors, depicted in a cockpit (of course) on the rear jacket panel, sound suspiciously like the prototypes of their protagonists (allowing for some fantasy-projection, of course): he was a Royal Flying Corps veteran who was wounded in the war in 1916 and subsequently became a lecturer, eventually taking a job of some undisclosed nature on Wall Street (while still remaining a pilot); she was a one-time journalist and freelance feature writer who quit in 1929 to go traveling. "Americans of English birth," they were married in 1932 and evidently spent their honeymoon, and then some, flying around South America. This is the true first edition, preceding the U.K. publication (by John Hamilton Limited) by a year. 
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Some Take a Lover, Du Pre, Ann (pseud. for Grace Lumpkin)
132 Du Pre, Ann (pseud. for Grace Lumpkin) Some Take a Lover
New York The Macaulay Company 1933 First Edition Hardcover Good Illustrated by (dj) Maxwell 
(no dust jacket, although the front panel of the original dj is affixed to the front cover, and the front jacket flap affixed to the front pastedown) [ex-rental library book, stamped as such ("Variety Circulating Library") on front and rear endpapers, title page, and a couple of text pages; ffep removed with consequent weakening of front hinge, externally worn but not too extremely, considering]. Novel about the Singleton family, a clan of rich aristocrats (are there any other kind?) who fashion themselves as "experimenters in modern marriage, who consider breaking the seventh commandment to be the first commandment of 'civilized marriage'." (I'll save you the trouble of looking it up: in this context, that's the one about not committing adultery, although depending on which sort of Christian you happen to be, sometimes it's the one about not stealing.) Anyway, here's how that goes in this book: "Husbands are supposed to smile when they see their wives in other men's arms; wives are supposed to find themselves lovers when they see their husbands in other women's rooms. The civilized way!" This is classic Macaulay pop-fiction territory, i.e. spinning a plot around some "scandalous" modern fad, and also has an interesting backstory: "Ann Du Pre" was the pseudonym of radical/Communist writer Grace Lumpkin, who published at least three novels under the Du Pre name during the same period of time she was turning out serious, respected prole fiction such as "To Make My Bread" (1932) and "A Sign for Cain" (1935). And it gets even MORE interesting when you contemplate the fact that Du Pre/Lumpkin herself was involved in some unorthodox semi-monogamous cohabitation situations during the late 1920s and 1930s. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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Wake Up, Dufresne, Damien
133 Dufresne, Damien Wake Up
Paris Assouline [2004] Unstated edition Hardcover Near Fine 
(pictorial boards; no dust jacket, probably as issued) [nice copy, some rubbing to covers and slight bumping to base of spine]. (color and B&W photographs) Fancy-schmancy promotional book showcasing the work of photographer/makeup creator Damien Dufresne. As described on his website, this is "a beauty book conceived like an artistic proposition: Damien Dufresne creates the make-up, draws, and reinvents. He plays with color, associates them, superimposes them, and creates a resplendent showcase for them." The text is in French, English, and Chinese, and the book includes a DVD, in a pocket on the rear endpaper; it's imprinted "France," so I can't guarantee it will play correctly on American DVD players, should you still have one of those. [NOTE: The actual book does not have those strange vertical lines on the cover; these appear on the scanned image only.] ***Additional shipping charges for this heavy book will apply for non-U.S. customers; please inquire before placing your order.*** 
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The Swallow; a novel based upon the actual experiences of one of the survivors of the famous Lafayette Escadrille, Dunbar, Ruth
134 Dunbar, Ruth The Swallow; a novel based upon the actual experiences of one of the survivors of the famous Lafayette Escadrille
New York Boni and Liveright 1919 First Edition Hardcover Very Good+ 
(no dust jacket) [dust-soiling to top edge of text block, otherwise just a lightly worn copy with the tiniest touch of fraying to cloth at base of spine; attractive vintage bookplate ("Ex Libris - Nell A. Shedd") on front pastedown]. The subtitle pretty much says it all: the book covers its protagonist's entire experience in the Great War, from enlistment through being shot down in combat, and his period of recovery in a French hospital. The author gave her flyboy hero a fictional name, of course ("Richard Byrd," no relation to the well-known polar aviator and later Rear Admiral), but there are plenty of specific and theoretically verifiable details of his exploits: the date on which he was shot down in combat is given as June 18, 1916; he is referred to as "the first American aviator to be severely wounded--for France"; and he's awarded the Croix de Guerre. (Would the author really have lied about the latter?) On top of which, there were only a few dozen Americans who flew for the Lafayette Escadrille (not all of whom survived the war), so unless the author is falsifying the entire underlying premise of her book, then theoretically it ought to be possible to research the identity of this fellow's real-life counterpart. But I'll leave that to you. 
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The Collected Subconscious: An Anthology of Subconscious Comics, Eagan, Tim
135 Eagan, Tim The Collected Subconscious: An Anthology of Subconscious Comics
Santa Cruz CA Gray Matter Press (c.1990) 0-9626272-0-8 / 9780962627200 First Edition Softcover Fine Illustrated by the author 
[very nice, as-new book, with no discernible wear]. Trade PB (cartoon illustrations) The only book-form collection of this "satirical fantasy of the inner world" (which ran in various daily and alternative publications from 1981 through 2000) by the West Coast-based cartoonist, active since the early 1970s, who describes it as taking place "inside somebody’s mind (as distinguished from the inside of his brain)." Most of Eagan's work is more overtly political than this strip, which involves a somewhat ape-like protagonist searching for true happiness, the meaning of life, and other such elusive goals. 
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The Fall of Paris, Ehrenburg, Ilya (translated from the Russian by Gerard Shelley)
136 Ehrenburg, Ilya (translated from the Russian by Gerard Shelley) The Fall of Paris
New York Alfred A. Knopf 1943 3rd printing Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good dj Illustrated by (dj design) George Salter 
[a good sound copy, a little shelfwear to bottom edge, dust-darkening to top of text block; jacket shows a bit of wear at extremities, tiny shallow chip at top of rear panel, very slight paper loss at base of spine]. Sprawling novel following "the varied fortunes of a gallery of men and women who form a cross-section of Parisian life" during the years from 1935 through the fall of Paris to the invading German army in May 1940. "The story ends with the debacle -- the collapse of the French army under the blows of the Wehrmacht, the flight of the Government from Paris to Bordeaux, and finally the formation of a new pro-fascist Government at Vichy." The Russian-born author, a journalist since World War I, had participated in the Bolshevik Revolution; he moved to France as a Soviet correspondence in 1921 and remained there until after it fell to the Germans. Originally published in Moscow in 1942, where it won the "Stalin Prize" for fiction; the American edition, with a beautiful dust jacket designed by George Salter, is surprisingly uncommon. 
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God's Angry Man, Ehrlich, Leonard
137 Ehrlich, Leonard God's Angry Man
New York Modern Age Books, Inc. 1938 (c.1932) Reprint Softcover Very Good 
[some wear at edges and corners, light soiling and age-toning to edges of text block]. (Seal Books) Series Biographical fiction about abolitionist John Brown, originally published by Simon & Schuster in 1932. Contains eight pages of ads for other Modern Age publications in the back of the book. 
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Film Form: Essays in Film Theory, Eisenstein, Sergei (edited and translated by Jay Leyda)
138 Eisenstein, Sergei (edited and translated by Jay Leyda) Film Form: Essays in Film Theory
New York Harcourt, Brace and Company (c.1949) First American Edition Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good dj Illustrated by (dj design) Gene Federico 
[moderate shelfwear to bottom edge and spine ends, a couple of tiny faint stains on bottom edge of text block; jacket edgeworn, with a handful of small edge-tears and some associated creasing at bottom right corner of front panel]. (B&W photographs) Published in America the year after Eisenstein's death, this is a companion volume to the great Soviet director's 1942 book "The Film Sense." "From among his hundreds of writings, this choice selection shows key-points in the development of his film theory and demonstrates the range and quality of his genius. These basic writings in film theory, ranging from 1928 to 1945, are offered in freshly translated, authorized, and complete form. Among them is the famous 'Principles of Film Form,' only half of which has appeared in magazine form, and the autobiographical account of Eisenstein's early days, 'Through Theatre to Cinema.' Four of the twelve essays appear in English for the first time. The longest, 'Dickens, Griffith, and the Film Today,' is one of the most brilliant examples of Eisenstein's erudition, his knowledge of English literature, and his familiarity with American films. The appendix includes, among other interesting material, his 'Notes During Work on Ivan the Terrible.'" 
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The Film Sense, Eisenstein, Sergei M. (translated and edited by Jay Leyda)
139 Eisenstein, Sergei M. (translated and edited by Jay Leyda) The Film Sense
New York Harcourt, Brace and Company (c.1942) First Edition Hardcover Very Good in Very Good dj Illustrated by (dj design) E. McKnight Kauffer 
[moderate shelfwear to bottom edge, tiny shallow dent at right edge of front cover, faint dampstain on bottom of text block next to spine, light dust-soiling to top edge of text block; jacket is a bit edgeworn, lightly soiled, a few tiny nicks and tears along top edge and at corners]. (B&W photographs, sketches, diagrams) The first American edition of the great Soviet filmmaker's first book, "a brilliant discussion of the modern film as a richer, more expressive and profound medium than has hitherto been thought possible." The volume also contains: "the first complete listing of Eisenstein's pre-film and film work (compiled by Jay Leyda); first publication of Eisenstein's earliest theoretical essay and of sequences from Eisenstein's scenarios for AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY, QUE VIVA MEXICO!, SUTTER'S GOLD and FERGHANA CANAL; and the first complete bibliography of Eisenstein writings." 
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Murnau, Eisner, Lotte H.
140 Eisner, Lotte H. Murnau
Berkeley/Los Angeles University of California Press [1973] First American Edition Hardcover Near Fine in Near Fine dj 
(price-clipped) [no discernible wear to book, previous owner's small ink signature on ffep; jacket has one tiny nick at top edge of front panel, light sticker-stain at lower corner of rear panel]. (B&W photographs) 
Price: 100.00 USD
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