Item #0401
Literature in Translation
0401. Alain Robbe-Grillat. La Maison des Rendez Vous NY: Grove, 1966. First  printing. translated from the French by Richard Howard. Near fine. clean, tight,  unmarked. In near Fine dust jacket with minor edgewear and soil. $25. USD 

0402. Bertrand Poirot-Delpach. Fool's Paradise. NY: Harper and Brothers, 1959 First US Edition VG/G+ Slight edge wear,DJ is chipped and torn around the edges Winner of France's Prix Interallie, about a rebellious Paris youth and his relationship with a strip-tease artist. $10. USD 

0403. Andre Malroux. MAPE: THE WORLD OF ILLUSION. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1926.translated by Eric Sutton . Page edges soiled, shelfwear, spine lightly bumped. 1st US ed.with Appeton's "1" following text. Binding is Orange Cloth.Very Good no DJ $12. USD 

0404. Alberto Moravia. The Woman of Rome. NY: Farrar, l949 1st US Edition Very Good in Good DJ, heavy edgewear to Jacket. Translated from the Italian by Lydia Holland $25. USD 

0405. Pierre Loti. A Spahi's Love-Story  Paris Charles Carrington 1907. G+/VG; -. 304 pgs. pages; Out of Print, 14/1000 Copies, Decorated Paper Over Boards & 1/4 Cloth, Color Half-Tone Frontis By Robert Dean 6 Etchings By Gaston Trilleau, $50. USD 

0406. Etienne-Jean Delecluze. Two Lovers in Rome, Being Extracts from the Journal and 
Letters of Etienne-Jean Delecluze. NY:  Doubleday, 1958. Very Good in Faded else Very Good dj, gold-stamped black cloth. Edited by Louis Desternes and translated from the French by Gerard Hopkins.  1st US edition. $12. USD 

0407.  Ernesto Sabato. The Outsider NY: Knopf, 1950. The author's first book to be translated into 
English. Originally published in 1948 in Spanish as El Tunel. Translated from the Spanish by Harriet 
de Onis. First American edition. Light edge wear at the spine base and crown, endpapers a bit 
darkened, else very good  in a  dust jacket with some edge wear and chipping .$150.00 USD 

0408.  Raphaele Billetdoux. Night Without Day. NY: Viking, 1987 ,Very Good 1st US in like DJ  $10.USD 

0409.  Karel Capek. An Ordinary Life George Allen & Unwin Ltd, London. 1936 First U.K. edition. The third part of the trilogy of which the first was Hordubal and the second Meteor. Translated by M. and R. Weatherall. Scarce.Endpapers and edges faintly spotted. Spine blotchily faded. Tail of spine slightly bumped beginning to fray else NVG/No DJ $75. USD 

0410. Colette. Claudine Married. Translated by Antonia White. New York: Farrar, Strauss & Cudahy, 1960. First U.S. edition. Jacket damp stained, with some light rubbing and soiling to the extremities; otherwise very good/good DJ. $25.USD 

0411. Marcel Ayme.The Transient Hour. New York: A. A. Wyn, Inc. 1948 First US Edition 8vo VG/VG- HC. Red dj w/ black lettering on slightly toned spine. Endpapers and the back of the jacket are also toned at the edges. Text is very clean.  $15. USD 

0412. Nathalie Sarraute. Do You Hear Them? New York: George Braziller, 1973 Cloth. 
Very Good/Good . First American Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. DJ has some edge wear. Translated from the French by Maria Jolas. $20. USD 

0413. Marcel Proust. Past Recaptured. Albert & Charles Boni NY 1932. 1st Edition thus. Part 7 of Remembrance of Things Past. Translated by Frederick A. Blossom. VG/ No DJ $65.USD 

0414.  Colette. The Vagabond.New York: Farrar Straus & Young, 1955 Cloth. Very Good. 223pp: said to have been Colette's own favorite novel. First US edition VG. DJ is Good with a crossed out price on front . $20.USD 

0415. Romain Gary. The Ski Bum NY: Harper & Row, 1965 1st edition, lightly faded & 
 soiled o/w very good-/lightly worn & soiled very good dj  $10.USD 

0416. Marguerite Duras. Blue Eyes, Black Hair. New York: Pantheon, 1987. Hard Cover. Very Good in like DJ First American Edition. $15. USD 

0417. Alain Robbe-Grillet.Ghosts in the Mirror.New York: Grove Weidenfeld, [1991]. 0-8021-1036-3. 174pp. Translated from the French by Jo Levy. 1st American edition. Fine ("GP" remainder stamp bottom page edges in Near Fine DJ. $15.USD 

0418. Kazuo Ishiguro. The Unconsoled. New York: Alfred A Knopf 1995. Book & dust jacket are both Near Fine (dj is NOT price clipped). Black paper covered boards with turquoise cloth at the spine, 8vo. 1st U.S. Ed. $10. 

0419. Jacques de Lacretelle. A Man's Life (Amour Nuptial). NY: Holt, 1931. VG no DJ 1st US edition transaled by Edwin Granberry $25.USD 

0420. Herve Bazin.Viper in the Fist.  ,NY: Prentice-Hall, 1951 Cloth. Very Good /Very Good.. Octovo. DJ has chipping to top and  bottom of spine and corners.  1st  American edition.  . Translated by W.J.Strachan. . $10. USD 

0421. Mario Uchard.My Uncle Barbassou. London: Vizetelly & Co. 1888 Decorative Cloth. Near Very Good/No Jacket. 4to. Design in black & gold on blue cloth. Covers rubbed, worn with some loss at edges, corners. Previous owner signature on fep. Edgewear, minor chip to top of spine Otherwise tight & clean with superb etchings by Paul Avril. First published with these ills in French by Lemonnyer in 1884, this is the first UK edition $20. USD 

0422. Albert Vidale.The Moonlight Jewelers. NY: Farrar, Straus & Cudahy, 1958 1st Amer Ed. Small 8vo., 214pp.;  VG (minor edge/corner wear) in NVG (moderate edge/corner wear) DJ. $10.USD 

0423. Francoise Sagan.A Few Hours of Sunlight New York Harper & Row 1971. VG/VG  Bkplt. Translated by Terence Kilmartin. 1st U.S. Ed.    . $10.USD 

0424. Arthur Rimbaud.A Season in Hell CT: New Directions 1952 (The New Classics Series)  NVG/No DJ  $10. USD 

0425. Jean Genet,The Miracle of the Rose  Translated from the French by Bernard Frechtman. New 
York: Grove Press, Inc., (1966). First American edition. 8vo., beige cloth.Very Good/ Very Good DJ. $25. USD 

0426. Marguerite Duras. War. New York: Pantheon, 1986 Hard Cover. Fine/Very Good. First American Edition $15. USD 

0427. Anais Nin. A Spy in the House of Love.Chicago: Swallow 1959 1st thus fine/small closed tears on bottom edge with wear at top spine & crease in inner flap otherwise very good dust jacket $15. USD 

0428. Andre Malroux. Man's Fate.New York The Modern Library n.d. [1959]. 12mo. 360, [6] pages. Gray gilt-stamped cloth, green ink panels (hardcover binding). Patterned endpapers. Price clipped Dust jacket lightly scuffed, 380 titles listed in the interior edgeworn Book is Very Good. $10. USD 
0429. Claude Simon.The World Around Us. Princeton, NJ: Ontario Review Press, 1983. VG/ VG DJ Scarce first American Edition by Nobel Prize winner $25. USD 

0430. JacoboTimerman.Prisoner without a Name, Cell without a Number. N.Y.: Alfred A.Knopf, 1981 Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. First US Edition.. $15. USD 

0431. Robert Pinget. The Inquisitory. NEW YORK, NY: Grove Press, 1966 Cloth. Very Good/Very Good Plus. First Edition. HARD COVER. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". Translated from the French by Donald Watson. $20. USD 

0432. Gunther Grass. On Writing and Politics 1967- 1983 NY Harcourt Brace 1985. NF/NF.DJ First American Edition. Binding is Hardcover; First Printing. 
$10. USD 

0433. Marguerite Duras. Emily L. New York: Pantheon Books, 1989 Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. First American Edition. Some rubbing and handling soiling of DJ covers.Translated from the French by Barbara Bray. $12. USD 

0434. Andre Gide. The Counterfeiters. New York: Knopf, 1927.  Reprints released after Gide won the Nobel prize are common. This the first U.S. printing (w/ 1927 date on title and copyright pages, no additional printings noted on copyright page).Near very good  showing wear at head and heel of dulled spine and at corners, light general soiling. No dust jacket.Trans. Dorothy Bussey  $20. USD 

0435. Albert Camus. Lyrical & Critical Essays. New York: Knopf, 1968. Near Fine/very Good DJ. First American Edition. dust jacket price clipped.. $15. USD 

0436. Robert Pinget. MAHU or The Material. London. Calder and Boyars.1966. (First published in France 1952). Translated by Alan Sheridan-Smith. 144 pages. Maroon boards.  Near Fine with dj slightly worn else Very Good. First UK Edition.  $35. USD 

0437. Alain Robbe-Grillat. Djinn.NY: Grove, 1982. Fine First Us Edition in like DJ. $15. USD 

0438. Fabre d' Olivet. Cain: A Dramatic Mystery in Three Acts by Lord Byron translated into French Verse and refuted Fabre d'Olivet. G. P. Putnams Sons New York 1923. VG First edition of this translation. $45. USD 

0439. Elie Faure. The Dance Over Fire and Water. New York Harper 1926. Near VG - no dj. - spine ends rubbed.Boards sunned Trans. by John Gould Fletcher. 1st edition.$15. USD 

0440. Christine De Rivoyre. The Tangerine. NY: Dutton, 1959 1st US edition, very good+ hardcover in edge worn DJ. $10. USD 

0441. Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe. Faust. NY: Deluxe Editions, nd (c1931). Boards and Spine are  soiled. two lower corners of cover boards are slightly bumped.VG Overall Illustr by Harry Clarke. $12, USD 

0442. Gunnar Gunnarsson. The Good Shepard. Indianapolis: Bobbs Merrill, 1940 Cloth. Very Good/No Jacket. First Edition.$8. USD 

0443. Romain Rolland. The Death of a World: Being Volume Four of The Soul Enchanted 
 NY Henry Holt and Company (1933). First American edition. Translated by Amalia de Alberti. VG/No DJ. $20. USD 

0444. Wlodmzimierz Odojewski. The Dying Day.New York(1964): Harcourt, Brace & World, First American Edition. 8vo. 156pp. Blue cloth. Light shelf wear t, slightly cocked o/w VG. DJ. has a few small  tears. $10. USD 

0445. Slawomir Mrozek. The Elephant. NY: Grove, 1963 First Printing. VG/NVG; ffep lt. soiled; DJ is edgeworn and chipped at top corners. $10. USD 

0446. Alberto Moravia. Two- A Phallic Novel. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux [1972] HB. 1st US ed. Translated from the Italian by Angus Davidson.VG/ edge worn DJ $10. USD 

0447. Joseph Peyre. Rehearsal in Oviedo. NY Knight Publishers 1937. Book is very good, in a good dust jacket. Text is flawless. First American edition of an important novel of the prelude to the Spanish Civil War. $20, USD 

0448. Francois Pontheir. The Fatal Voyage. NY: David McKay, 1967. VG/NVG first US Edition. $10. USD 

0449. Alberto Moravia.Two Adolescents. New York: Farrar, Straus and Company, 1950. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good DJ. First US Edition with colophon.$10. USD 

0450.Albert Camus. The First Man. NY: Knopf, 1995. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. First American Edition.. $15. USD 

0451. Ferreira De Castro. Jungle. A tale of the Amazon rubber-tappers. New York, Viking, 1935. First U.S. Edition. Translated from Portuguese by Charles Duff. VG/ NO DJ Spine is rubbed with mionor edgewear and some soiling tight binding  $100. USD 

0452. Franz Werfel. Star of the Unborn.New York: Viking, 1946 Hard Cover. Very Good /No Jacket. First Edition. 645 pages. The Classic utopian novel translated from the German by Gustave O. Arlt. $15. USD 

0453. Paul Tournier. Escape from Loneliness.Philadelphia, PA Westminster Press 1962. Very Good+ in Very Good dust jacket previous owner's sig and bookplate. Trans. John S. Gilmour $10. USD 

0454 Nathalie Sarraute.Portrait of a Man Unknown. NY: Braziller, 1958 First Edition. 1st printing.  VG/ VG price clipped chipped DJ. Preface by Jean-Paul Sartre Translation by Maria Jolas  .$25. USD 

0455. Paco Ignacio Taibo II. Leonardo's Bicycle. NY: Mysterious Press, 1995. First U.S. edition. Translated by Martin Michael Roberts. Winner of the Latin American Dashiell Hammett Award for best crime novel of the year. Fine in Very Good DJ. $10. USD 

0456. Nathalie Sarraute. Do You Hear Them? New York: George Braziller, 1973 Cloth. 
Very Good/Very Good DJ . First American Edition.  DJ has some edge wear. Translated from the French by Maria Jolas. $25. USD 

0457. Giuseppe Berto. The Sky is Red.  New York: New Directions, 1948. Translation of "Il cielo è rosso" from the Italian by Angus Davidson. VG in chipped DJ split down spinr in rear. $12. USD 

0458. Frederica de Cesco.The Prince of Mexico. New York: John Day, 1970. Blue cloth, blindstamped and lettered in silver. top faded.This stated first American Edition is near fine with a previous owner's gift inscription and light soil. in a good DJ with two small chips and 1/2" tear with attendant crease.. $10. USD 

0459. Jorge Semprun. The Long Voyage. New York: Grove Press, 1963 Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 1st edition. Award winning Spanish novel of the resistance and life in a concentration camp during WWII  $10, USD 

0460. Andre Gide. Corydon. New York: Farrar, Straus, 1950. A Near fine First American edition with a trace of wear to spine ends in a faded Very Good DJ $25. USD