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1924. 2 pages (75 lines), folded in quarters. Jeakes House, Rye, Sussex, Dec. 3, 1924 Aiken replies at length to a Mr. Emery, who has asked him to defend himself against the charge of introducing immoral or smutty episodes to his poems, specifically "Punch". "...The request staggers me! It's very much as if you reproached me for not believing in the devil......If it offends you then it must be that parts of life itself offend you......I suggest that the person.....
Santa Fe: Twin Palms, 2002. Illustrated throughout with duotone photographs. Slim 4to, white pictorial boards, matching d.w (a bit yellowed and scuffed on rear panel). Santa Fe: Twin Palms, 2002. Limited first edition - one of 1000 copies, this one signed by Anderson & Low on the limitation page. Near fine in a very good(+) dust wrapper. Based in London, Jonathan Anderson and Edwin Low have worked as the photographic team since 1990. This book features nude photographs of the.....
Cologne: Taschen, 1997. Brief introduction by Jeff Koons. Profusely illustrated, mostly in color. 460 pages. Thick 4to, glossy pictorial boards. Colgne: Taschen, (2007). First edition. A fine copy. Published on the occasion of the exhibition "Pierre et Gilles: Double Je, 1976-2007." Text in English, French & German.
London: Fanfrolico, 1929. Translated into English verse by Jack Lindsay. Magnificently illustrated by Norman Lindsay (4 full-page & 13 in-text illustrations including the title and limitation pages). xiv, , 59,  pages. Slim, folio, 3/4 blue morocco over gilt-stamped pictorial cloth (leather faded in spots); uncut edges, t.e.g. London: Fanfrolico Press, (1929). A very good(+) copy. Limited edition. Number 372 of 500 copies. Privately printed for subscribers only.
New York: Guido Bruno, 1915. 8 Rhythms and 5 Drawings. Narrow 8vo, loose in printed gold wrappers. N.Y.: Guido Bruno, 1915. The author's scarce first book. Published as a special series of Bruno Chap Books. Good copy of this ephemera, except for puncture holes coming through the back cover and some pages, not affecting the illustrations.
Vienna: Artur Wolf, 1913. Frontispiece self portrait and other plates with lettered tissue guards; black endpapers stamped with a decorative green & gold pattern. 71p., leather backed glazed boards, with elaborate art-nouveau decorations on the spine. Wien: Artur Wolf, (1913). Limited Edition. The corners of the boards are variously bumped and worn, but otherwise a fine copy, # 381 of 1000 copies.
4 volumes bound in 3. With full page black & white illustrations and several in color by Aubrey Beardsley, Marcus Behmer and others. Texts by Oscar Wilde, Max Brod , Paul Claudel and others. Small thick 4tos, original gray printed wrappers, slightly rubbed. Leipzig: Julius Zeitler, 1907. Very good. Limited Edition for Subscribers.
London: J. Wright, 1804. Translated from the Italian. Illustrated with black and white frontispiece and title vignettes. 2 volumes. 8vos, full tan calf, ornately gilt stamped spines with red and green leather labels, gilt stamped dentelles, marbled endpapers (Head of spine of vol 2 rubbed, crazing to front cover of vol 2 and slightly affecting back cover of volume 1. Two red pen lines on verso of the half title page. Some very light foxing confined to a handful of.....
Philadelphia: George Barrie, 1900. Done into English Prose and Verse by John Payne. 2 volumes, illustrations in 2 states by Leopold Flameng, tissue guards. 8vo, blue cloth, paper spine labels. Philadelphia: George Barrie, N.d. ca. 1900. Near Fine. Number 68 of 100 numbered copies printed on Japan Vellum.
London: Navarre Society. 2 volumes. Translated by J.M. Rigg and illustrated with 15 photogravures with original drawings by Louis Chalon. Rubricated titles, thick 8vo, bound in full green straight grained morocco, brown leather spine labels, (one label lightly discolored), ornately gilt spines and covers, a.e.g. London: Navarre Society, n.d. ca. 1920.
Westminster: Folio Society, 2007. Translated by Richard Aldington and illustrated with aquatints by Buckland-Wright. 710pp. Thick tall 8vo, handsomely bound in publisher's full red leather with gilt and black-stamped pictorial designs, t.e.g. Westminster: Folio Society, (2007). Limited edition -- one of 1750 numbered copies. A fine copy, preserved in a green cloth clamshell case along with a slim pamphlet "The Happy Art of Narration: Readings of Boccaccio and the Decameron"