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T MICHIGAN AILY

TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUZSDAY, MAY 22, 1956

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MARSHALL
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HERE'S YOUR LAST CHANCE

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Americana &

YOUR LAST CHANCE BEFORE SCHOOL'S OVER TO SAMPLE BOB MARSHALL'S BEAU-
TIFUL BARGAINS. There Is always a sale in progress at Bob Marshall's Book Shop ...
and it's always good. And now, here is your opportunity to load up before the semester
ends. Almost every title listed has been specially purtchased for this sale!
Remember, these titles are the cream, the choicest of currently - available publishers'
overstocks and renainders from every conceivable source of supply both here and in
England. I have personally selected these books, and the choice is wide, the quality ex-
eeptional, even for my store.
Come in if you possibly can. If not, please do order by mail, using the coupon on the
bottom 4 the page.
---BOB MARSHALL

American History

Beautiful Art Books

LITERATURE & BELLES LETTRES

1. CHINESE COLOR PRINTS OF TODAY
selected & introduced by Jan Tschichold.
It's impossible to describe adequately this
beautiful & delicate volume. 16 Chinese
prints in full color, all the size of their
originals, printed'and bound in the tradi-
tional Chinese manner, plus a handsome
slip case. Reg. 8.95 4.98
Matisse folio
2. GALLER4 OF WOMEN. 8 magnificent
black-and-white drawings suitable for
framing.10.00 2.98
3. LEONARDO DA VINCI, by Antoni
Vallentin. A giant, complete portrait. 561
pps. plus 31 plates. A handsome 5.00 book
2.98
4. FROM SICKERT TO 1948. Modern art
in Britain.110 reproductions plus John Rus-
sell commentary. Import, about 4.00, now
down to 1.19
Magnifico
Here are 3 beautiful, beautiful big art
volumes, large folio size, cloth binding.
Each title has 12 full-color plates plus
34: to 37 black-and-whites plus auth-
oritative text. Real buys!
5. EL GRECO, text by Preston
6. VAN GOGH, text by Wright
7. TOULOUSE LAUTREC, text by Hans
Tietze.
Regular price is $4.75 per vol.
MY SPECIAL - each 1.98
8. John Marin, THE SELECTED WRIT-
INGS. Illus., 7.50 2.98
9. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE ARTS. Dag-
abort Runes, ed 10.00 4.98
10. John M. Warbeke. THE POWER OF
ART. Published posthumously, he wrote
"The Searching Mind of Greece" and was
important philosophical and art-theory
writer. This volume of 502 pages con-
siders function of various arts for individ-
ual and society, based on W's ardent ad-
miration of ancient Greeks. Was 6.00, a
bargain at 2.98
11. Paul Eluard LE, DUR DESIR DE
DURER. Added to the French text is
a translation into . English verse by
Stephen Spender and Frances Cornford.
Art folio size and format with numer-
ous illustrations including 2 in color by
Marc Chagall. This is a beautiful, limit-
ed - and - numbered edition! Import.
Quantity is limited. 6.00, sale - 2.98
12. Carl Nordenfalk VAN GOGH. Straig-
forward, thoroughly-documented biography
of the life & work of the artist, written
in "lively style" & with many black-and-
whites. Biblio. Reg. 6.00, last-chance spec-
ial 1.98
13. THE ART OF WYNDHAM LEWIS by
C. Handley-Read, plus a critical evalua-
tion by Eric Newton. 4 color plates includ-
Ing a 1949 one of T. S. Eliot, and 48 full-
page monochromes. Good deal of schol-
aply apparatus. Import, about 8.50 - 1.98
14. OBJECTIVITY IN ART OR, OH!
FICKLE TASTE by Germain. Seligman.
Standards & origins of taste in art, how
judgements are made, how judgements
should be better made. 59 plates, reg. 5.00
sale 1.98
15. VATICAN ART Karl Ipser. 160 illus.,
pub. in 1954 at 10.00 3.49
R. H. Wilenski
16. MODERN FRENCH PAINTING
this is the 1954 revised edition of a
brilliant & comprehensive book, per-
haps the definitive study of French
painting in the late 19th & early 20th
centuries - this is a beautifully read-
able history & as well a fantastically
handsome job of book-making. Large,
over-size volume with 10 full-color
plates & over 100 monochromes, it looks
like a 12.50 book. Apparently the pub-
lisher is letting it go out-of-print. While
the price reduction is not as great as
most in this sale, in many ways here is
the biggest bargain in the entire sale.
Was 8.75; my LAST-CHANCE special
5.98
B1. (Civil War) RUSTICS IN REBELLION
On-the-spot reporting by famed Yankee
reporter on "the 4-year road to Rich-
mond." Reissued in 1950 at 3.50, 1.98
E3. John James Audubon THE BIRDS
OF AMERCA. The over-sized familiar
1937 ed. with the .entire 435 illustra-
'tions, all in full color, from the famed
Elephant Folio set. Thousands & thou-
sands have sold at the regular price of
8.95, a find , 4.98

1 1. M

17. Malcolm Cowley, ed., BOOKS THAT
CHANGED OUR MINDS. A symposium by
Beard, Tugwell, Mumford, Kronenberger,
Lerner, Soule, Ayres, and others writing
about Freud, Dewey, Turner, Sumner, Veb-
len, Spengler, etc. David Daiches article on
I. A. Richards "The Principles of Literary
Criticism" is alone worth the price. Intro.
& an Afterward by Cowley. 3.50, now 1.98
18. SOLITARY CONFINEMENT, Christo-
pher Burney with fwd. by Christopher:Fry.
An adventure of the mind & brilliant probe
of solitary confinement. 2.75 97c
19. SIXTEEN. PORTRAITS. Contemporary
British biographical-literary criticism of
Hardy, Carlyle, James, Wordsworth, Shaw,
etc. etc. done by eminent writers like L.
P. Hartley, Prof. H. Levy, Hesketh Pear-
son, Norman Nicholson, etc. Each article
includes illustration of the subject's home.
Import, about 4.00, sale price 1.59
20. Van Wyck Brooks THE CONFIDENT
YEARS, 1885-1915. American literary
scene, final volume in, Brooks' series. Reg.
6.00, sale 2.98
21. MODERN SCIENCE FICTION: IT'S
MEANING AND ITS FUTURE, ed. by R.
Bretnor. 3.75 1.19
22. Wordsworth's GUIDE TO.THE LAKES.
A new illustrated ed. from Indiana Univ.
Press. 2.75 97c

23. OSCAR WILDE-HIS THREE TRIALS.
The verbatim transcript. Reg. 5.00, Bob
Marshall's sale 2.98
24. Mario A. Pei DICTIONARY OF LING-
UISTICS. 6.00 2.98
25. Heinrich Heine THE POETRY AND
PROSE OF. 896 pages bring together the
many facets of his genius. An attractive
edition, reg. 6.00 1.98
26. THE HEART OF CHARLES DICKENS,
Edgar Johnson. 429 pages, published at
6.00, sale 2.98!
27. Marquis De Sade SELECTED WRIT-
INGS. Was 6.75; sale 2.981
28. EARLY ENGLISH, DICTIONARY OF.
by Joseph Shipley. A big 10.00 title, down
to just 4.98
29. AESTHETICS AND CRITICISM Har-
old Osborne. Applications of aesthetic the-
ory to craft of criticism. A 1955 title, reg.
6.00, sale 2.98
30. A. E. Wilson PLAYWRIGHTS IN AS-
PlC. Reg. 2.50, sale 59c
31. WALT WHITMAN'S CONCEPT OF
THE AMERICAN COMMON MAN, L. M.
Clark, 1955, 3.75 1.98

ENGLISH NOVELISTS SEkIES
New group of excellent literary biographies re-evaluating the masters of
English novel from point of view of contemporary criticism. These volumes
were originally 2.00 and 2.50.

32.
33.
34.
35.
36.

CHARLES.DICKENS, Julian Symons
RONALD FIRBANK, Jocelyn Brooke
GEORGE ELIOT, Robert Speaight
WILKIE COLLINS, Robert Ashley
BARRIE & THE KAlYARD SCHOOL, George Blake

37. SHERIDAN LE FANU, Nelson Browne
38. THOMAS LOVE PEACOCK, Olwen Campbell 97c
Bob Marshall's last-chance sale special

each

Edgar Allan Poe 39. BOSWELL IN HOLLAND: 1763-1764.
Ed. by F. A. Pottle. Regularly 6.00, last-
40. Philip Lindsay THE HAUNTED MAN. chance sale 2.98
Biog., publ. 1954. 4.75 1.98
EUROPEAN NOVELISTS SERIES
THE GOLDEN HORIZON 41 STENDHAL oward Clewes
43. Cyril Connolly picks the best of 11 42. DOSTOIEVSKY, Woodhouse
years of Horizon mag's publishing. Over rthese are 2.50 each I
600 pages, a genuine literary event. Reg. reg. thsae pech c
6.00, sale 2.98 -chance

Social Sciences- Psych.,
44. Marston Bates WHERE WINTER
NEVER COMES. An articulate, as well as
learned, study of man and nature in the
tropics. Partly history, largely natural his-
tory with emphasis on that social animal,
man, this work has immediate interest
and broad, ultimate significance. Warmly
and heartily recommended. At 3.50 you
should have bought it, now at this low
price you must buy it. Last-chance bar-
gain 1.19
45. Jerome Frank LAW AND THE
MODERN MIND. Reg. 5.00 1.98
46. Louis Adamic's last book, THEI
EAGLE AND THE ROOTS. Brilliant ac-c
count of Tito & Yugoslavia. This big 531-l
page book is priced at 5.00. My absurdt
price makes this the biggest steal in thec
whole sale 59c
47. L. S. Berg NATURAL REGIONS OF1
THE U. S. S. R. Publ. at 10.00, Bob Mar-i
shall's bargain 3.491
48. BABA OF KARO, autobiog. of oldt
African woman, daughter of a typical-'
Hausa peasant farmer who .lived on the
borders of the largest Moslem Emirate in1
northern Nigeria, as told to anthropologistI
Mary F. Smith. Forward by Daryll 'Fcrde.1
7.50 2.98
49. Maurice Beresford THE LOST VIL-1
LAGES OF ENGLAND. Of real interest to
ecologists, this is study of depopulation ofI
medieval villages over 4 centuries & their1
discovery using the tools of economic his-
tory, historical geography, and archeology.
Many plates, charts, tables, maps, & the
like. .Pub in 1954 at 12.00 3.39f
50. LIFE UNDER THE STUARTS. EssaysI
by 15 critics & historians of the 17th Cent.
Illustrations & biblio. Import, about 3.00,
last-chance 1.594
51. GREAT BRITAIN & THE U.S. by H.I
Allen. History of Anglo-American relationsi
from 1783 to-1 52. He holds the Chairi
of American History at Univ. of London.
His monumental work is a huge 1024-page
book. Pub. just last year at 10.00, this is
an unusual bargain opportunity - 5.497
52. CAPRICORN ROAD, Francois Balsan.I
The 1st expedition to cross Southern AfricaF
from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean.
Faithful account of penetration of prac-I
tically unexplored territory. Special interest
to anthropologists & ethnologists. Photos.t
Pub. in 1955 at 4.75, special - 1.98F
53. CIANO'S HIDDEN DIARY. WWII in-
side stuff, reg. 4.00 1.981
54. EX-ITALIAN SOMALILAND, E. S.
Pankhurst. 460 pps., published at 7.50,
my special sale 2.98r
55. William L. Langer & S. E. GleasonF
THE UNDECLARED WAR. Absorbing, de-F
finitive work on events of 1940-41 leading
to Pearl Harbor. It stresses U. S. role in a
world crisis. 979 pps., pub. '53 at $10 3.49
56. Havelock Ellis PSYCHOLOGY OFI
SEX, reg. 2.50 ed., sale 1.49
57. DIPLOMATIC HISTORY OF PERSIA,
1917-1923, by N. S. Fatemi. Anglo-Russian
power politics in Iran. Reg. 6.00 - 2.98
58. ANCIENT HISTORY, CONCISE DIC-t
TIONARY OF. Ed. by P. G. Woodcock, 465
pps., 6.00 2.981
59. UTTERMOST PART OF THE EARTH,
E. -Lucas Bridges. The amazing autobio-
graphy of an urbane and civilized whiteI
man who has spent most of his life amongz
the Indians of Tierra Del Fuego, Patagonia,
and the southernmost Andes. Adventure,
and anthropology rolled into one! ManyI
photos, maps, beautiful book-making job,1
Reg. 7.50, a buy'at just 3.98
60. Ronald M. Berndt DJANGGAWUL.
Anthropologist's study of aboriginal relig-
ious cult of northeastern Arnhem Land.
Fully illustrated. Pub. in 1953 at 7.50,I
my special 3.98
61. THE FIRST AUSTRALIANS, Ronaldt
& Catherine Berndt. A "popular" book byI
2 well-known Australian anthropologists;i
a profusely-illustrated study of the Aus-
tralian aborigines. Published in this coun-
try at 4.75, Bob Marshall's sale 1.98I
62. Werner Wolff THRESHOLD OF THE
ABNORMAL.5A basic survey of psycho-I
pathology. 6.50 2.98I
63. THE BORGIAS, J. Lucas-Dubreton.I
1954 pub. at 4.95 1.59
64. Sidney Hyman THE AMERLCAN{
PRESIDENT. "A study of the world's
toughest job and what it takes to fill it.",
Pub, in 1954 at 4.00, Bob Marshall's last-
chance sale 1.98r
65. Stanton A. Coblentz FROM ARROW
TO ATOM BOMB, a history of warfare from

earliest time to present. Big 539-page vol.,c
6.00 2.98
66. Jean-Paul Sartre EXISTENTIAL PSY-
CHOANALYSIS, 4.75 2.29
67_ THE NW WOWRLD-~the first nictiures

Soc., Anthro., Pol. Sci.
68. E. A. Gutkind COMMUNITY AND
ENVIRONMENT. A discourse on social
ecology by very important sociologist.
Tho published in 1954 it is now (sur-
prisingly) out-of-print. His thesis-
small communities as the answer to the
power Leviathan-is powerfully & pen-
etratingly presented. Forward by Martin
Buber, I hope you'll read this insightful
volume. It was 3.75, Bob Marshall's
bargain 1.98
69. De Gaury RULERS OF MECCA. Full
length account of rulers of Mecca, & thus
of most of Arab world from before Mo-
hammad to troubled present. Many ex-
cellent photos, appendices, bibliography,
glossary, chronological tables, indexes. Reg.
4.50, sale 1.59
70. ANIMALS, MEN, AND MYTHS. An
informative & entertaining history of man
& the animals around him by R. Lewinsohn.
Intro. by C. W. Ceram. 120 illus. and"
plates, 440 pps., publ. in 1954 at 5.00.
My bargain 2.98
71. Lyashchenko HISTORY OF THE NA-
TIONAL ECONOMY OF RUSSIA TO THE
1917 REVOLUTION. Monumental 893
page work. 13.00 3.49
72. EXPLORATIONS IN PSYCHOAN-
ALYSIS, a tribute to the work of Theodor
Reik edited by Robert Linder. 22 outstand-
ing essays by key figures. 7.50 - 2.98
73. Wilhelm Hoettle THE SECRET FRONT
Nazi wartime political espionage; story
of top-level intrigue plus deep insight into
totalitarian mentality & operation. Pub-
lished by Praeger at 3.95, my special 1.98
74. A HISTORY OF THE INQUISITION
OF THE MIDDLE AGES. This is the defini-
tive three-volume study by Henry Charles
Lea. Orig. pub. in 1887, this is a 1955 re-
issue selling regularly at 25.00. My special
for the complete 3 volume-set is only 14.95
75. CROMWELL'S GENERALS, by Maur-
ice Ashley. 1955, 4.50 1.98
76. James Feibleman & J. Friend. THE
UNLIMITED COMMUNITY. Study of the
possibility of social science. 383 pps. Im-
port, about 4.00, now 1.59
77. A HANDBOOK OF PSYCHOSOMAT-
IC MEDICINE, A.- J. Cantor. Includes par-
ticular reference to intestinal disorders.
Reg. 5.00, sale 2.98
78. 20th. CENTURY. P O L T I C A L
THOUGHT, ed. by J. S. Roucek. Big, im-
portant, 657 pages, was 6.00 2.98
79. LAND OF "GOOD SHADOWS: THE
LIFE STORY OF ANAUTA, AN ESKIMO
WOMAN, as told to' Heniz Washburne.
Primitive life on Baffin Island & Hudson
Bay. Of real import for anthropologists;
also a gripping, fascinating story for the
general reader. Intro. by Wilfred T. Gren-
fell. 348 pages plus 5 plates. Regularly
5.00, sale 1.59
80. Linda Braidwood DIGGING BEYOND
THE TIGRIS. An American woman arche-
ologist's detailed story of life on a "dig"
in the Kurdish Hills of Iraq. Illus. 4.50,
sale 1.98
81. Charles Darwin EXPRESSION OF THE
EMOTIONS IN MAN AND ANIMALS.
Many illust., intro, by Margaret Mead.
6.00 2.98
82. ECONOMIC THEORY OF A SOCIAL-
IST ECONOMY, B. P. Beckwith. Stanford
Univ. Press, 1949, 450 pps., reg. 6.00, my
speciai price 2.98
83. SOMATIC DEVELOPMENT OF ADO-
LESCENT BOYS,Stol and Stolz. Loads of
photos, charts, etc. A big book pub. at 9.00
in 1951 2.98
84. Dan Gillmor FEAR, THE ACCUSER.
About McCarthyism. 1954 publication,
regularly 3.00 1.49
85. Henry J. Watt THE COMMON
SENSE OF DREAMS. Pioneer work, now o.p.,
Was 3.00, my special 1.49
86. ALONG THE GREAT RIVERS, Gor-
don Cooper. Adventure along the Nile,
Zambezi, Amazon, Ganges, etc. Many
photos, was 4.75, special 1.98
87. Jacquetta Hawkes A LAND. Arche-
ologist-poet writing about Great Britain.
Reg. 3.75, special 97c
88. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ABERRATIONS,
Edward Podolsky. A psychiatric handbook.
This big 10.00 volume is now marked way
down 2.98
J1. ADLAI STEVENSON, John B. Martin.
An intimate portrait of a new kind of man
in American politics. 1952, regularly 2.50
my special 97c

J2. WILLOW RUN, Lowell Carr & James
Stermer. A study of Industrialization &
cultural inadequacy. 1952, 428 pps. 5.00
down to 1.19
J3. William O. Douglas STRANGE LANDS
AND FRIENDLY PEOPLE. An unusual bar-
gain for titles like this just don't turn up

LS. GEORGE WASHINGTON'S AMERI-
CA, John Tebbel. A new approach-por-
trait of Washington as a citizen of the i
young nation & as it's most indefatigable1
traveler. 478 pages, publ. in '54 at 5.00,
sale 1.191
89. Clinton Rossiter SEEDTIME OF THE
REPUBLIC. In animated detail one of Am-
erica's great historians describes the de-
velopment of the political ideas that guidedI
and sustained the rise of liberty in Col-
onial and Revolutionary America. 572 pps.
Publ. in 1953 at 7.50, my sale 3.98
90. Harvey Wish CONTEMPORARY
AMERICA. The national scene since
1900. Here is a basic, thoroughly re-
liable, clearly. written, one-vol. history
of our times since the turn of the cen-
tury. Profusely illustrated, valuable in-
dex and bibliography. This is the big,
revised 1955 edition 734 pages. Com-
pletely up-to-date; I recommend it
highly for reading and for reference.
The author is eminently qualified and
capable. Regularly 7.50. MY LAST-
CHANCE SALE SPECIAL 4.98
91. THE PRESIDENCY: A Pictorial His-
tory of Presidential Elections from Wash-
ington to Truman by Stefan Lorant. 766
pages, reg. 15.00, my price 7.49
the common soldier
of the Civil War..-.
92. Bell I. Wiley THE LIFE OF BILLY
YANK and LIFE OF JOHNNY REB. Hand-
some 2-vol. boxed set, Reg. 12.00, my
sale special 7.79
93. Graham, THE CUSTER MYTH. De-
finitive, docummented source book on Cus-
ter, & battle of Little Big Horn. Many
photos, maps, illus. 381 pps. plus preface
& biblio. Reg. 10.00, Bob Marshall's sale
special 5.98
94. Allan Nevins FREMONT, PATH-
MARKER OF THE WEST. 703 pages, illus.
& maps, reg. 7.50 4.98
95. Marquis James THE RAVEN, the
Pulitzer-winning biographical story of Sam
Houston. Reg. 6.00 2.98
96. JAMES MADISON: SECRETARY OF
STATE, 1800-1809, Irving Brant. Com-
plete in itself, this is Vol. 4 in the defini-
tive life of M. Pub. in 1953, reg. 6.00, a
buy 2.98
97. THE COMPLETE MADISON: HIS
BASIC WRITINGS, ed. and introduced by
Saul K. Padover. Reg. 4.00, my, special
12 price 1.98
98. AMERICA REBELS: NARRATIVES
OF THE PATRIOTS, ed. & with introduc-
tion by Richard M. Dorson of Michigan
State's History Dept. There are many his-
tories of the American Revolution, but
this is the first attempt to let Revolutionary
patriots and veterans tell their own story
in their own words of that epic. With many
illustrations. 5.00 1.98
B2. ROBERT MORRIS, FORGOTTEN
PATRIOT, Eleanor Young. 1st biog (and
an excellent one) in 50 years of import-
ant Revolutionary War figure. 5 plates,
notes, biblio. 4.00 1.98
. a classic of the Civil War
03. MY DIARY, NORTH & SOUTH
William Howard Russell. On the spot re-
porting by famous correspondant of The
London Times who saw war from both
sides. 1954 reprints, 4.00 ' 1.98
B4. UPON THIS CONTINENT, A NEW
CHRONICLE OF AMERICA by Abel Plenn.
Now op., was 3.50 " *.1.59
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
B5. His Autobiographical Writings plus
major biography by Carl Van Doren. 2
vols. boxed. Reg. 12.00, my sale price 5.49
99. THE BURR CONSPIRACY, T. P. Ab-
ernethy. Published by Oxford University
Press in 1954, here is important American
history. Regularly 6.00, 'tis yours for 2.98

Philosophy & Religion
C1. Berdyaev CHRISTIANITY & ANTI-
SEMITISM, 2.75, now 97c
C2. Coomaraswomy HINDUISM & BUD
DHISM, 2.75, sale 97c
C3. BUDDHIST TEXTS THRU THE AGES,
Conze. 10.00, now 2.98
C4. Karl Kautsky FOUNDATIONS OF
CHRISTIANITY. 5.50 2.98
C5. THE CHRISTIANITY OF SHOLEM
ASCH, an appraisal from the Jewish view-
point by Chaim Lieberman. Reg. 3.00, 1.59
C6. Reichenbach FROM COPERNICUS
TO EINSTEIN, 3.00 97c
C7. THEODORE PARKER, HIS CRITICAL
THEOLOGY, John E. Dirks. Columbia,
2.25 97
C8. Bridgman REFLECTIONS OF A PHYS-
ICIST. 2nd ed., 590pages, pub, in 1955
at 6.00, sale 2.98'
C9. ADVENTURE IN ANALYSIS, E. W.
Gagnier. A searching biblical commentary.
696 pages. Publ. in '54 lt 7.50, last-
chance sale 1.98
Dl. RELIGION IN CHINESE GARMENT,
K. L. Reichelt. The author (a Norwegian)
is probably the greatest foreign authority
on Chinese Buddhism, which is considered
here along with the other Chinese faiths.
Overpriced at it's original 4.50 1.59
D2. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF RELIGION .d
by Vergilius Form. Big 10.00 reference vol.
Marked down to 4.98
D3. Ferm ANCIENT RELIGIONS. Was
7.50, now'a last-chance buy 2.98
LISTED HERE
ARE BUT A
FEW,
OF THE
HUNDREDS AND
HUNDREDS OF
MARVELOUS
BARGAINS
COME IN NOW AND
LOOK THEM ALL OVER
D4. Form HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHIC
SYSTEMS. 6.00 2'1.98
D5. DCTIONARY OF MYSTICISM ed.
by F. Gaynor. 5.00 2.98
D6. Stanley Rypins THE BOOK OF 30
CENTURIES, 'an introduction to modern
study of the Bible. Transmission of the
text, nature & revision of the Old Testa-
ment text, the Greek text of the New Test-
ament, translations both early & modern,
Bible printings & editions, higher criticism,
the Dead Sea scrolls. Scholarly & yet very
readable because much of the scholarly
apparatus is included in unusually com-
plete appendices. Publ. at 7.00 '51 - 2.98
D7. THE WISDOM OF THE TORAH, ed.
by D. Runes. 5.00 2.8
D8. THE PHILOSOPHIES OF JOHN
DEWEY AND F. R. TENNANT, J. O. Bus-
well. 532 pps., was6.00 2.98
D9. Runes DICTIONARY OF PHILOSO-
PHY. Was 6.00, my special 2.98
El. GREAT SYSTEMS OF YOGA, Ernest
Wood. 1954, 3.50 .. . .. . ... .....1.98
E2. Bertrand Russell's DICTIONARY OF
MIND, MATTER, AND MORALS. Was
$.500, sale 1.98

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MISCELLANY

MISCELLANY

E6. SPACE TRAVEL, K. W. Gotland &
A. M. Kunesch. An illustrated survey of.
its problems & prospects. 4.75, Bob Mar-
shall's last-chance 1.98
Science Fiction
E7. LOOKING FORWARD. 400-page
anthology, regularly 4.95
E8. GIANT ANTHOLOGY OF SCI-
FICT. 580 pps., regularly 3.95
special -each only 1.19
bath for just 2.00
E9. Wilfrid Mellers MUSIC AND SOCI-
ETY. A fresh & fundarnental analysis by
lucid British scholar. It sold well in my
store at 3.50, now 1.59
F1. THE MUSIC OF THE JEWS, Aron Roth-
muller. An historical appreciation. 10 plates
numerous musical illustrations. Published'
in 1954 at 5.00. Marked down to - 1.98
F2. BENJAMIN ,¬ĘBRITTEN, a 421-page,
commentary on his works by a group of
specialists, ed. by Donald Mitchell & Hans
Keller. Has many illustrations, chronologi-
cal catalog of works, index to Britten's
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ENGLISH OPERA. Like it sez. Intro, by
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F4. FORGOTTEN MUSICIANS, P. Nettle.
As it sez. 4.75 1.98
F5. MAKERS OF OPERA, K. A. Hoover.
A history of opera thru a chapter on each
of 18 significant composers from Peri &
Monteverdi to Mussorgsky, Debussy, &
Strauss. 50 plates, very attractive volume.
1955 edition, published at 6.00, sale 3.98
F6. THE LEGACY OF CHOPIN, Jan Holc-
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G5. I KNEW IT ALL THE TIME, quiz
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G7. THE 100 BEST CROSSWORD PUZ-
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Life & fortunes of Benedict Arnold. Illus-
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sale 7.49
H1. Van Wyck Brooks THE WRITER IN
AMERICA. Mature analysis by America's
senior literary historian. 1953, reg. 3.00,
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