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[James Strachey, psychoanalyst, translator of Freud, brother of Lytton Strachey, member of the Bloomsbury Group.] Autograph Note in the third person to author Clifford Bax, declining an inviation.

Author: 
James Strachey [James Beaumont Strachey] (1887-1967), British psychoanalyst and translator of Sigmund Freud; brother of Lytton Strachey [Bloomsbury Group; Clifford Bax (1886-1962), author]
Publication details: 
41 Gordon Square, W.C.1. [London] 31 December 1919.
£35.00

1p., 4to. In fair condition, lightly aged with wear at foot of leaf. A formal note in the third person (outdated by around twenty years, and perhaps suggesting a joke?). Reads: 'Mr James Strachey much regrets that he is unable to accept Mr Clifford Bax's kind invitation for January 9th. owing to absence from London.'

[ Sigmund Romberg, composer. ] Autograph Letter Signed ('Romberg') to fellow-composer Herman Finck, thanking the 'dear sweet boy' for his assiistance during the London production of 'The New Moon'.

Author: 
Sigmund Romberg (1887-1951), American-based Austro-Hungarian composer [ Herman Finck [ born Hermann Van Der Vinck ] (1872-1939), Anglo-Dutch composer ]
Publication details: 
On his letterhead, 33 West Fifty-fifth Street, New York. 5 May 1929.
£60.00

1p., 4to. In fair condition, on lightly aged and worn paper. After returnig to America he has 'settled down into his usual routine', and wishes 'to grasp this first opportunity I have to write these few lines to you and thank you for the sincere and full-hearted co-operation which you gave me during the production of "The New Moon". | Herman you are a dear sweet boy and you have no idea how refreshing it is to have you around me.

Autograph Letter Signed ('Hugo') from Anglo-Jewish poet Hugo Manning to Gerald Long, with a copy of Manning's book 'Modigliani', inscribed to Gerald and Anne Long.

Author: 
Hugo Manning (1913-1977), Anglo-Jewish poet, journalist and mystic [Gerald Long (1922-1998), General Manager of Reuters, 1963-1981]
Publication details: 
Letter: 46 Belsize Square, London, NW3. 15 September 1976. Book: Enitharmon Press, London. 1976.
£100.00

Letter: 1p., 4to. Good, on blue paper. Addressed to 'Dear Gerry', it reads: 'Please accept the enclosed book. I hope you & your family are well & flourishing. We have to soldier on - with some hope in our hearts - despite the molestations of a dark age. | The best there is | [signed] Hugo'. Book: 34 + [i] pp., 8vo. Very good copy; in fair dustwrapper, with slight spotting at head. Limited to 550 copies. Inscribed on half-title 'To Gerald & Anne Long | wishing them peace & all good things | [signed] Hugo Manning | 1976'.

Notebook in the autograph of Hugo Manning, copying out the beginning of his sequence of poems 'Beyond the Terminus of Stars'.

Author: 
Hugo Manning (1913-1977), Anglo-Jewish poet, journalist and mystic [Gerald Long (1922-1998), General Manager of Reuters, 1963-1981]
Publication details: 
Undated, with 'PHOENIX PRESS | LONDON | W.8 | First published in 1949.' at foot of first page.
£150.00

18pp., in a 16mo notebook. In good condition, in lightly-worn decorative paper boards. The entire volume is in Manning's autograph, with a title-page reading: 'BEYOND THE TERMINUS of STARS | A Sequence | HUGO MANNING | PHOENIX PRESS | LONDON | W.8 | First published in 1949'. Sections I ('What new life stirs in the worst of pain') to VIII ('Many wear masks in this pathological drama:') are copied out complete, and IX ('When the bird of sundown sheds its blood of darkness,') ending with the line 'Graduated in Lisbon at a cabaret for tourists,'. A fair copy, without any apparent revisions.

Das Ich und die Abwehrmechanismen.

Author: 
Anna Freud
Publication details: 
Vienna: Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag. 1936.
£85.00

FIRST EDITION. 207 pages, octavo. Bound up with the front and back wraps laid onto the boards. Lacks half-title. Worn copy on spotted and discoloured paper.

Psychoanalyse ihre bedeutung und ihr einfluss auf jugenderziehung, kinderaufklärung, berufs- und liebeswahl.

Author: 
Dr. Rudolf Urbantschitsch
Publication details: 
1924. Wien und Leipzig: Verlag Von Moritz Perles.
£65.00

Psychoanalyst (1879-1965). 46 pages, 8vo. 2 pages of publisher's advertisements at rear. In original brown printed wraps. Paper browning and with some wear to first and last leaves, and some loss, wear and closed tears to wraps.

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