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El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha.

CERVANTES, Miguel de;
Librería: thomas-scheler
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Descripción: Valencia en casa de Pedro Patricio Mey 1605, 1605. Petit in-8 de 16 ff.n.ch. et 768 pp.ch. ; maroquin lavallière, dos à nerfs orné, doublures de maroquin bleu encadrées d'une dentelle, tranches peintes (A. Palomino Olalla). Brunet, I, 1748 ; Palau, 51978 ; Ríus, I, 6 ; Salvá y Mallen, II, 1547 ; Gallardo, II, 1765 ; Heredia, 2509 : "Édition fort rare (.) que Salvá considère aussi précieuse que les premières éditions madrilènes" ; Don Quixote, cat. de Francfort, 1991, n° 5 (second tirage). Cinquième édition, parue la même année que l’originale. Ce petit volume imprimé à Valence contient la première partie des aventures de Don Quichotte. Publiée quelques mois après l’originale donnée à Madrid par Juan de la Cuesta, cette édition est précédée par celles de Lisbonne – à l’adresse de Jorge Rodríguez, puis de Pedro Craesbeeck – et par la réédition madrilène donnée par Juan de la Cuesta (qui publiera la seconde partie du chef-d'œuvre de Cervantès en 1615). Le titre est orné d'un joli bois gravé montrant Don Quichotte à cheval et en armure, visière baissée et armé d'une lance : cette vignette apparaît ici pour la première fois. Il existe deux versions de cette édition de Valence: notre exemplaire est en premier tirage, avec les remarques typographiques signalées par Heredia. L'approbation, imprimée au recto du deuxième feuillet liminaire, est datée du 18 juillet 1605. "No es casi necesario advertir que las dos ediciones valencianas compiten en rareza con las de Madrid" (Salvá). Édition précieuse, très recherchée par les cervantistes et les bibliophiles. Nul n’ignore que les éditions de Don Quixote publiées au cours de l’année 1605 sont toutes d'une grande rareté. Rappelons très brièvement leur chronologie. En janvier 1605, l'édition originale de la première partie du Quixote (Madrid, Juan de la Cuesta) arrive au Portugal précédée d'une rumeur et d'une réputation formidables. Les imprimeurs-libraires de Lisbonne, devinant le profit que l'on peut tirer d'un tel succès éditorial, se pressent pour obtenir de l'Inquisition une approbation et un permis d'imprimer. Dès le mois de février, Jorge Rodriguez sort de ses presses la première édition lusitanienne du Quixote, une contrefaçon in-4 de l'originale comportant de nombreuses fautes typographiques causées par l'empressement de l’imprimeur lisboète à doubler ses confrères-concurrents. En effet, un mois plus tard, Pedro Craesbeeck donne sa propre édition du roman, mais dans le format in-8, plus maniable : il prend soin de corriger les fautes de Jorge Rodriguez. mais en ajoute quelques autres de son cru. La course au Quixote a commencé. Toujours en 1605, Juan de la Cuesta et Cervantès se réapproprient la paternité du premier roman des temps modernes en proposant à nouveau, sans corrections ni variantes, l’édition madrilène in-4. Vient ensuite cette petite édition dite "de Valence", la troisième imprimée sur le sol d’Espagne et la première portant une autre adresse que celle de Juan de la Cuesta. Il faudra attendre 1608 pour que ce dernier fournisse un texte correct et quasiment ne varietur de la première partie du Quixote, très probablement revu par l’auteur. Grossièrement imprimés sur un papier de qualité médiocre, les Don Quixote "pirates" de 1605 trahissent à n’en pas douter la hâte qui présida à leur publication. Ils n'en sont pas moins précieux : c'est par eux que les aventures du "chevalier à la triste figure" furent répercutées aux quatre coins de la péninsule ibérique, avant d’envahir l'Europe via Bruxelles et Milan. Nº de ref. de la librería 13822

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The History of Don-Quichote [Don Quixote]

Cervantes, Miguel de
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Descripción: London: Blount, 1620, 1620. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Fine. 1st Edition. Two volumes. Small quarto. Fine period-style limp vellum, yapp edges, green silk ties, by Bernard Middleton. Engraved title-pages. DON QUIXOTE IN ENGLISH. Without the blank after engraved title in vol. I, several rules and headlines shaved, tear to upper outer corner sig. P7 in vol. II with loss of two letters. Occasional mark or minor stains. A very good, fresh copy. First complete edition in English of Don Quixote, a founding work of modern literature and the first canonical novel. The 1620 edition comprises the second edition of Part I (first printed in 1612 and of the greatest rarity), here somewhat revised, and the first edition of Part II. The turn of the 17th century was a pivotal moment in intellectual and literary history. In the span of two decades, three of the greatest works of Western literature were produced: Shakespeare’s plays, the King James Bible, and Don Quixote. “Don Quixote is one of those universal works which are read by all ages at all times, and there are very few who have not at one time or another felt themselves to be Don Quixote confronting the windmills or Sancho Panza at the inn” (PMM 111). The two parts of Don Quixote were first published in Spanish in 1605 and 1615. Part II, commonly considered the greater and more mature of the two, was written while Cervantes was at the peak of his powers. In The Western Canon, Harold Bloom notes, “in part two, which I prefer, knight and squire alike have to sustain a new self-consciousness . . . to know that you are a character in an ongoing book is not always a help in your adventures. Surrounded by readers of their earlier debacles, Don Quixote and Sancho nevertheless remain uninhibited. Sancho actually gains in zest, and there is an even greater closeness in friendship between the two characters. . . . What happens to Cervantes in this part moves me most, because his relation to his own writing changes. He is facing toward death, and something of him will die with Don Quixote, while something else, perhaps deeper, will live on in Sancho Panza.” This first English edition was translated by Thomas Shelton, who used the Spanish edition published in Brussels in 1607. “The signs of haste in the translation, which took Shelton only forty days, do not hide his verve [and] command of Spanish” (ODNB). “Shelton’s view of [the translator’s] function was ampler and nobler than the hidebound grammarian. He appeals to the pure lover of literature, and as a man of letters he survives” (Fitzmaurice-Kelly). A set of first Spanish editions of Don Quixote would now command millions of dollars. This lovely example of the first complete edition in English is a most desirable alternative. This is an unusually appealing copy of this enduring classic, a book, when found, is usually badly flawed. Provenance: Tobias Rodgers, his sale, Christie’s, 25 June 1980, lot 123. STC 4916-4917. Pforzheimer 140. Printing and the Mind of Man 111 (citing the Spanish first edition). Nº de ref. de la librería ABE-12590394609

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Descripción: Madrid Don Joachin Ibarra 1780, 1780. 4 volumes. The First Ibarra Edition, the most revered and beautifully illustrated and printed pressing of the most treasured work in all of Spanish literature, a monument of Spanish typography. With an engraved portrait, engraved title pages in each volume, 31 fine engraved plates and 66 charming head- and tailpieces, and a large map with Quixote's peregrinations in the first volume. Large 4to, a splendid and very beautiful binding by the firm of Simier R. du Roi in the finest dark purple morocco, adorned on the ordrs in gold and blind decoration, the spines titled and numbered in gold and with very rich and beautiful gold decorations in compartments, rich gold dentelles and edges. [iv], XIV, ccvviv, 199; [iv], 418; [ii], xiv, 306; [iv], 346. This is a superb example in the most wonderful state of preservation. A magnificent French binding. PERHAPS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL AND DESIRABLE SET AVAILABLE OF THE MAGNIFICENT IBARRA EDITION. The Ibarra Edition is "the finest edition of Don Quixote that has ever been printed" (D. B. Updike). Printed for the Royal Spanish Academy in Spanish-designed types, lavishly ornamented, and containing the Prologue of the Academy, the Life of Cervantes, and a Chronological Plan and Analysis of the book, this is not only the finest edition of Cervantes, but is also a monument of European fine printing. What results from the combination of edition and presentation is a remarkable historical artifact whose position in the annals of bibliophily is perhaps unequaled except by a handful of famous books. It boils down to this: the greatest imaginative work from the Spanish mind, in its most beautiful physical manifestation, given to one of the most famous figures in military history, in gratitude for one of the most important military operations in European history. Nº de ref. de la librería 25706

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Descripción: Chelsea: Chelsea, The Ashendene Press, 1927–28, 1927. 2 large folio volumes (430 × 308 mm). Publisher's full green morocco, spine in compartments with gilt titles direct. Nicks to bands and corners, but a lovely set, internally fine and in excellent condition. Printed in red and black in Ptolemy type; text in double columns; border and initials designed by Louise Powell and cut on wood by W. M. Quick and Geo. H. Ford. First Ashendene edition, one of 225 copies on Batchelor paper, out of a total edition of 245 copies. "First appearance of Ptolemy type. Ashendene knight-in-armour paper taken as a single work Don-Quixote is the largest of the Ashendene books. It has an interesting alternative to Hewitt's drawn or printed initials, the successful but unrepeatable device of neo-Kelmscott initials, borders and opening words cut on wood from designs by Louise Powell. The new Ashendene type was imitated and adapted from the Geographia of Ptolemaeus, printed by Leonard Holle at Ulm in 1482. In two columns, with red used chiefly for headings and shoulder notes, decorated but not illustrated, this link with the Kelmscott past was an entirely successful venture" (Franklin, The Ashendene Press). Ashendene Bibliography XXXVI; Franklin, The Ashendene Press, pp. 241-242; Ransom, Private Presses, p. 206, no. 39; Tomkinson, p. 8, no. 39. Nº de ref. de la librería 87243

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Descripción: London S. A. and H. Oddy 1742, 1742. 2 volumes. The First Jarvis edition. 2 engraved frontispieces, 2 engraved titlepages and over 60 other very finely executed full page engravings, 68 total. 4to, full contemporary polished calf. the spine with raised bands gilt ruled, contrasting red and green morocco lettering and numbering labels gilt. Antique and sympathetic reback to style. xxxii, vi, 355; xii, 388. A handsome period set in a nice state of preservation, rebacked to style at some time. AN IMPORTANT FIRST EDITION OF THIS HIGHLY REGARDED AND EARLY ENGLISH TRANSLATION. BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED WITH FINE FULL-PAGE ENGRAVINGS THROUGHOUT. An appealing set of Cervantes' magnificent and romantic tale. Jarvis' is one of the best-known and earliest translations into English. Its presentation, from the point of view of the quality of the art of the book is splendid. Very finely executed full page engravings, engraved head and tail pieces, and engraved capitals make for a creation of the highest order. There is a fine ‘Life of Cervantes’ preceding the text translated from the original Spanish and with an especially handsome engraving of Cervantes. In addition, significant content was gained from researching the old histories and chronicles with which the Spaniards of the 16th century were familiar. Thus, many of the period poetical nuances have here been included in English for the first time. Nº de ref. de la librería 21569

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Descripción: Printed for A. Millar, and J. Nourse, in the Strand; R. and J. Dodsley, in Pall-mall, L. Davis, and C. Reymer, in Holbourn, London, 1757. Full Morocco. Estado de conservación: Very Good. First Edition. 12mo. FIVE VOLUMES. 12mo., [2], xxiv, [6], 316; [8], 304; [8], 314; [6], 318; [8], 348p., original red morocco richly gilt, spines scuffed and worn but sound, gilt edged. The Dedication Copy with the attractive oval bookplates of Elizabeth Percy, Duchess Of Northumberland, Alnwick Castle (the volumes are dedicated to Elizabeth Percy). The first volume bears the signature as well of Lady Sophia Burrell (1750-1802), poet and dramatist. Part Of The Dedication Was Written By Johnson though Small maintains the suspect section is but an attempt by Lennox to imitate her friend. Alnwick Castle remains one of the most extraordinary homes in England. Not in Hazen. Fleeman, J.D. Johnson, 57.3LMM/1; ESTC T89805. Nº de ref. de la librería 27615

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Descripción: Printed for J. and R. Tonson in the Strand, and R. Dodsley in Pall-Mall, London, 1742. Full Calf. Estado de conservación: Fine. First Edition thus. First appearance of the Jarvis translation, an "elegant edition" (Lowndes), complete in two large quarto volumes. xxxii [translator's preface and "Advertisement concerning the Prints," by John Oldfield, M. D.],viii [reimpression of "The life of Michael de Cervantes Saavedra, with separate title page dated 1738],90 ["The life of Michael de Cervantes Saavedra. Written by Don Gregorio Mayáns & Siscár . . . Translated, from the Spanish manuscript, by Mr. Ozell," with the portrait of Cervantes designed by G. Kent and engraved by George Vertue ],[14],355,[1]; xii,388pp, with an allegorical frontispiece and 67 truly magnificent full-page copper-engraved chapter illustrations designed principally by John Vanderbank (William Hogarth contributed one) and engraved by Gerard van der Gucht, Bernard Baron, Vertue, and Claude du Bosc, and numerous fine head- and tailpieces. Handsomely rebound to style in full mottled calf, boards framed in blind with rolled vine border, spines in six compartments tooled in blind with center medallion between raised bands ruled in gilt, red morocco labels lettered and numbered in gilt, date of publication stamped in gilt. A Fine, wide-margined set, bindings virutally pristine (end papers renewed), text bright and fresh with only very occasional finger-soiling to margins, the plates in particularly deep, rich impressions. Provence: Ownership signatures of H. Pemberton, 1757, to verso of each title-page (perhaps Henry Pemberton (1694–1771), editor of the third edition of Isaac Newton's Principia and author of A View of Sir I. Newton's Philosophy) and beneath it that of William Rooth. Lowndes 401. Gibson's Library, p. 91. Jervas (a printer's error resulted in "Jarvis") was an artist and art collector, but he also had literary ambitions, and with Alexander Pope (whose painting instructor he had been for some six months in 1713) he edited a version of Charles-Alphonse Du Fresnoy's De arte grafica. But his major literary undertaking was this English translation of Don Quixote to which also provided the first introduction and a critical analysis of previous translations. Published posthumously in 1742 and frequently reprinted, "it is generally acknowledged as being close in spirit to the original." (ODNB) Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. Nº de ref. de la librería BB0381

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Descripción: London: Printed for J. and R. Tonson, and R. Dodsley, 1742, 1742. 2 volumes, quarto (282 × 231 mm). Contemporary full brown calf, spine elaborately gilt in compartments, red and green morocco labels, double gilt rule to boards, red speckled edges, cloth markers. Bookplates of W. Middleton. Joints starting but holding firm, corners bumped, covers marked, raised bands rubbed but gilt still bright, an attractive set. 68 copper engraved plates by Vandergucht and Virtue, and a portrait of the author. First edition of the Jarvis translation. Charles Jarvis, a friend and one-time art tutor of Alexander Pope, was primarily an artist and an art collector. He also had literary ambitions, and this translation of Don Quixote, his major literary undertaking, published posthumously and frequently reprinted, is generally considered to be close in spirit to the original. Vol. I also contains, as issued, a reimpression of The Life of Michael de Cervantes Saavedra. Written by Don Gregorio Mayáns & Siscár: His Catholick Majesty's Library-Keeper. Translated, from the Spanish Manuscript, by Mr. Ozell, with a separate title, dated 1738. It also contains the "Supplement to the translator's preface", more commonly known as "A dissertation on the origin of books of chivalry" by William Warburton, which is not found in all copies. Nº de ref. de la librería 76372

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Descripción: A. Millar, T. Osborn, T. And T. Longman, C. Hitch, L. Hawes, J. Hodges and J. And J. Rivington, London, 1755. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Very Good. T. Hayman, Engraved By Various Artists (Grignion, Ravenet, Scotin, Etc.) Ilustrador. First Edition Thus. Book. 4to - over 9¾. First Smollett edition. Palau 52485. 28 engraved plates after Francis Hayman. Plates are 11 by 9 inches each. 2 vols. [4] + xxviii + 403 + [1] + viii + 466 + [1] pp. Rebacked, with modern calf spines with five raised bands each, with morocco lettering pieces, over contemporary calf boards. Contents lightly toned, and some light offsetting from plates. Some minor soilage besides. Shelfwear to calf boards, with lower corner of first volume chipped and with raw spot. All corners have some bumping. Other rub or worn spots. Minor creasing or crinkles on a few preliminary pages (endpapers) but tight and sturdy overall. A very good copy of a highly sought after and beautiful edition. See Ray, the Illustrator and the Book in England, page 5, for description of this edition. Nº de ref. de la librería 000770

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Descripción: London: Printed for A. Millar, T. Osborn, and c., 1755., 1755. FIRST EDITION OF SMOLLETT'S TRANSLATION. 2 volumes; 4to (290 x 230mm). Bound in recent full speckled and panelled calf, red and black title labels, titled in gilt a handsome modern binding to style. Edges speckled red. Internally clean. Professional repair to margin of frontispiece Volume I, with some minor edgewear to prelims. Some isolated dampstaining to lower edge of a couple of pages of Volume I. Some very light marginal foxing. Errata leaf at end of Volume II. A clean and handsome set in an attractive binding. Illustrated with 28 fine, sharp, copper engraved plates by Ravenet, and Grignion from Hayman's designs. A lovely set of this superb production, Smollett's only illustrated quarto, and Hayman's best book according to Rothschild. Nº de ref. de la librería 40001

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Descripción: printed for A. Millar, London, 1753. Contemporary Calf. Estado de conservación: Very Good. First Edition. 12mo. THREE VOLUMES. 12mo., xii, [2], 292; [4], 274, [2]; [4], 308p., contemporary calf (joints slightly rubbed). Some spotting, otherwise a very good copy of a rare book. The first two volumes were published in 1753 and the third volume in 1754. Samuel Johnson Wrote The Ten Page Dedication and according to Malone he assisted in writing the notes. Hazen, p. 104-110. Courtney, p. 38; Fleeman, J.D. Johnson, 53.5LSI/1; ESTC T138281 & T139076. Nº de ref. de la librería 27616

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Descripción: En la Imprenta de Julio Didot, Mayor., Paris., 1827. 1ª ed. . 2 h.- XXII,616 pgs.- 1 h.: Va adornada esta diminuta y bella edición, además del retrato de Cervantes, con 9 láminas, copias de las de la Imprenta Real del año 1897, grabadas de nuevo por Stalker. Ejemplar encuadernado por Simier con motivos arquitectónicos (catedral). Palau 52051. Buen ejemplar. Nº de ref. de la librería (12570)TR2314

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MIKHAIL BARYSHNIKOV: ROMEO AND JULIET, VESTRIS, SWAN LAKE, CREATION OF THE WORLD, DAPHNIS AND CHLOE, DON QUIXOTE.

Baryshnikov, Mikhail. (Subject) Walton, Jennie. (Photographer)
(Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.)
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Descripción: MEGARA SCREENPRINTING LTD., LONDON, 1977. First Edition. Copy #22 of 250 numbered copies SIGNED & dated "1977 London" by Baryshnikov on the colophon. Features 6 silk screen mezzotint prints one for each of the Ballets noted in the title. (10" X 8" images printed on 17" X 15" sheets) All printes and colophon are fine, as are the plain tissue guards, with the exception of a minute amount of foxing to the colophon guard. Housed in a black leather portfolio with silver stamped titles & black satin ribbon ties. (18" X 16") (A few moderate-sized gauges to surface on rear cover of the portfolio. Traces of light foxing to interior, but not contents) A notably uncommon production highlighting the charm & grace of the dancer in his prime. Nº de ref. de la librería 309372

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THE AMICABLE QUIXOTE OR ENTHUSIASM OF FRIENDSHIP (4 volumes)

Anon
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Descripción: Printed for J. Walker, London, 1788. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Very Good. First Edition. 12mo. A very good four volume set in contemporary, full tree calf binding with double lettering pieces in red and green. Complete pp. [iii]-vii, [1] 222; [2], 206; [2], 238 & [2], 198. No half-titles which may or may not be wanting, but the pagination for the prelims to vol. I might suggest that one is required? Very good bindings with a little rubbing, a couple of volumes slightly chipped to the head/tail of the spines, corners lightly bruised. Contents clean and tight, manuscript (Greek?) initials to title pages dated 1788 otherwise unmarked, no foxing, paper crisp. A very good set. A Rare Eighteenth Century Novel. We have managed to located just one other copy at auction in the last thirty years and that at Sotheby's sale of July 21, 1993, where it made £1,000 on the hammer, though seemingly not such a nice copy. Referenced by: ESTC T068744 12mo. Nº de ref. de la librería 024356

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DON QUIXOTE DE LA MANCHA

CERVANTES , MIGUEL DE SAAVADA
(Lake Quivira, KS, U.S.A.)
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Descripción: T. Cadell and W. Davies, London, 1818. Full Brown Morocco. Estado de conservación: General Moderate Cover Wear. No Jacket. First Edition with Smirke Plates. Quarto 11 1/4" x 9 1/4". Four volumes uniformly bound. Covers with elaborate gilt borders and corners. Panelled spines with gilt titles. All edges gilt. Inner dentelles with triple gilt fillets. Spines are all sunned to dark brown, some flaking. 3/4 piece missing from top of spine on Volume 3. Top 1" of front joint starting on Volume 1. The heraldic book-plate of Frances Mary Richardson Currer on front pastedown of each volume. She was an avid and well-known book collector in England. She lived from 1785-1861. Her book collection was sold by Sotheby's in 1862, all with this book-plate and noted for their fine condition at the time. This set has weathered a bit at corners and spine since that sale. This large quarto edition is illustrated with 48 full-page illustrations, PROOFS ON INDIA PAPER, engraved from pictures by Robert Smirkes. The plates show general light to moderate foxing, mainly on periphery, but many plates are quite clean. There are also engraved chapter head vignettes. The set has wide margins and text is rather clean and crisp throughout. A scarce edition in the large quarto format and with the proofs on India paper, and from an important private library. Cervantes (1547-1616) was a Spanish novelist, poet, and playwright. "Don Quixote" is considered to be the first modern European novel, first published as Part One in 1605. Robert Smirke (1752-1845) was an English painter and illustrator, specializing in small paintings of subjects taken from literature. His daughter Mary translated this 1818 edition from the Spanish. 409, 395, 432, 508pp. Postage will be extra for these large volumes. Quarto 11 1/4" x 9 1/4". Nº de ref. de la librería 013348

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Descripción: En la oficina de D.E. Aguado. 1833 - 1839, Madrid., 1833. 1ª ed. 4º. - 6 volúmenes.- I: 2 h. LXXI, 309 pgs.-2 h/ II: 4 h, 524 pgs.- 3 h/ III: 4 h, 539 pgs.- 3 h/ IV: 6 h, XIV, 452 pgs.- 2 h/ V: 4 h, 471 pgs, 3 h/ 4 h, 493 pgs.- Plena piel de época, lomera con nervios, florones y texto dorados. Buen ejemplar con grandes márgenes y cotes sin desbarbar. Numerosas notas a pie de página, por Diego Clemencín. . . Nº de ref. de la librería (12565)CER1

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El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quijote De La Mancha. Tomo II

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
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Descripción: Establecimiento Tipografico De D. Francisco De P. Mellado, Madrid, 1844. Plena Piel Editorial con Dorad. Estado de conservación: Muy buen Estado. Nueva Edicion. 12x17cm. 657pp, Aparece en Palau, nº52080.Y en los catalogos de: Egoscozábal, 112.Río y Rico, 130.Henrich, 108 .Rius, 108.Suñé, 118. Bonsoms, 645: "Les làmines que avaloren aquesta edició són còpia de les que es veuen en la quarta editada per la R. Academia Española".Figura con el nº 112 en el Catálogo Egoscozábal de la colección cervantina de la Biblioteca Nacional (QT.20).- El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha.- Madrid: [s.n.], 1844 (Francisco de Paula Mellado), 1844.- 2 v., il., 8º.- (Biblioteca Popular).Figura con el nº 118 en la Bibliografía crítica de ediciones del Quijote desde 1605 hasta 1917, de Juan Suñé (QT.58): Va adornada con 12 láminas bastante gastadas, copias de la edición académica de 1819. En la portada del segundo tomo figura el nombre de Francisco de P. Mellado como editor.Figura con el nº 108 en la Iconografía de las ediciones del Quijote, de Manuel Henrich (QT.24): Dos tomos en 8º .- Contiene, además del texto, índices, dedicatorias, prólogos y versos.- 12 láminas copias de la edición de la Academia de 1819 ( Láminas de José Ribelles, grabadas por Tomás López Enguídanos y Carlos Blanco).Sobre el autor:: Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (¿Alcalá de Henares?, 29 de septiembre de 1547 Madrid, 22 de abril1 de 1616) fue un soldado, novelista, poeta y dramaturgo español. Es considerado una de las máximas figuras de la literatura española y universalmente conocido por haber escrito Don Quijote de la Mancha, que muchos críticos han descrito como la primera novela moderna y una de las mejores obras de la literatura universal. Se le ha dado el sobrenombre de «Príncipe de los Ingenios». Cervantes es sumamente original. Parodiando un género que empezaba a periclitar, como el de los libros de caballerías, creó otro género sumamente vivaz, la novela polifónica, donde se superponen las cosmovisiones y los puntos de vista hasta confundirse en complejidad con la misma realidad, recurriendo incluso a juegos metaficcionales. En la época la épica podía escribirse también en prosa, y con el precedente en el teatro del poco respeto a los modelos clásicos de Lope de Vega, le cupo a él en suma fraguar la fórmula del realismo en la narrativa tal y como había sido preanunciada en España por toda una tradición literaria desde el Cantar del Mío Cid, ofreciéndosela a Europa, donde Cervantes tuvo más discípulos que en España. La novela realista entera del siglo XIX está marcada por este magisterio. Por otra parte, otra gran obra maestra de Cervantes, las Novelas ejemplares, demuestra la amplitud de miras de su espíritu y su deseo de experimentar con las estructuras narrativas. En esta colección de novelas el autor experimenta con la novela bizantina (La española inglesa), la novela policíaca o criminal (La fuerza de la sangre, El celoso extremeño), el diálogo lucianesco (El coloquio de los perros), la miscelánea de sentencias y donaires (El licenciado Vidriera), la novela picaresca (Rinconete y Cortadillo), la narración constituida sobre una anagnórisis (La gitanilla), etc. Es la novela cumbre de la literatura en lengua española. Su primera parte apareció en 1605 y obtuvo una gran acogida pública. Pronto se tradujo a las principales lenguas europeas y es una de las obras con más traducciones del mundo. En un principio, la pretensión de Cervantes fue combatir el auge que habían alcanzado los libros de caballerías, satirizándolos con la historia de un hidalgo manchego que perdió la cordura por leerlos, creyéndose caballero andante. Para Cervantes, el estilo de las novelas de caballerías era pésimo, y las historias que contaba eran disparatadas. A pesar de ello, a medida que iba avanzando el propósito inicial fue superado, y llegó a construir una obra que reflejaba la sociedad de su tiempo y el comportamiento humano. Es probable que Cervantes se inspirara en el Entremés de los romances, en el que un labrador pierde el juicio por su afición a los héroes del Romancero viejo. 12x17cm. Nº de ref. de la librería 0010407

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Descripción: London: Constable and Company Limited, 1922, 1922. Quarto. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in dark green morocco, titles to spine, raised bands, twin rule to turn-ins, burgundy endpapers, gilt edges. A fine copy. With 25 coloured plates and numerous black and white illustrations by Jean de Bosschere. First de Bosschère Edition. Nº de ref. de la librería 78982

Descripción: TODOS SON PRIMERA EDICION.- Madrid: Eds. Literatura, 1934-1935.- Colección Completa en 13 Vols.; 8º mayor (19,2 cm.); Cartulina Ed. con solapa.- (Pen Colección. Nos. 1 al 13).- El nº 7 tiene en la hoja de cortesía una dedicatoria autógrafa del autor. Este mismo tomo tiene las cubiertas con una marca de humedad. Y el tomo 3º tiene las cubiertas algo sucias. Por lo demás en buen estado. RARA COLECCION COMPLETA. Libro en español. Nº de ref. de la librería 36976

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Descripción: Ludwigsburg, Christian Heinrich Pfotenhauer 1746., 1746. 1 Bl., 989 S. HPrgt. d. Zt. VD18 10849726; Fitzmaurice-Kelly 364; Palau 53941; Rius 1016; nicht bei Rio y Rico. - Erste deutsche Ausgabe. nach einer französsichen Ausgabe von 1738 übersetzt. Erschien erstmals 1617 in Madrid unter dem Titel "Los trabaios de Persiles y Sigismunda, historia setentrional". - Eine zeitlich verschachtelte Erzählung mit "dem typischen Aufgebot an Irrfahrten, Räuberüberfällen, Entführungen, Schiffbruch, Gefangenschaft, Verstellungs- und Verkleidungskünsten, Liebe, Tod u. heldischer Tugend." (KLL VI, 2862ff). - Fliegender Vorsatz mit handschriftl. eines Fr(iedrich?) Lucas), dat. Riga 1834, darunter 3 gestempelte Namen von Mitgliedern der Familie Wandeberg. Die kleine Holzschnitt-Titelvignette, Anfangsvignette am ersten Textblatt und kleiner figürliche Textholzschnitt dort jeweils koloriert. Decken und Kanten berieben. Tls. etwas fleckig. Nº de ref. de la librería 17660

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Don Quixote de La Mancha. Translated from the Original Spanish by Charles Jarvis. 4 Volumes.

CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, Miguel de. & translated by JARVIS, Charles (1675-1739)
(St. Catharines, ON, Canada)
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Descripción: Thomas M'Lean, London, 1819. Hard Cover. Estado de conservación: Near Fine. 1st. 24 FULL PAGE BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATIONS SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS EDITION 14.5cm x 23.5cm (5 3/4" x 9 1/4"), 4 volumes: [6],[v]-lxxxviii, [1]-376,[1blank]; [4], [v]-vii, [1]blank, [1]-403; [4], [v]-xvi, [1blank], [1]-370,[1 blank]; [4], [1], [v]-viii, [1]-440, [1]blank. New leather spines with guilt bands and decoration at bottom and endpapers preserving original grey paper covered boards and leather tipped corners. New simple printed beige paper labels with black type to spines. 24 full page aquatint engravings hand coloured plates by J. Clark specifically for this edition. Coloured plates very attractive and clean. Internally pages are generally very clean with extremely minor toning in volume 4. A beautifully illustrated set with translation from the original Spanish by Charles Jarvis (1675-1739). Vol. 1 p.281/82, 1.5" tear affecting two words but still readable. Vol. 2 p.53/54, 1/4"oval tear top left neat text but not affecting text. Set in near fine condition. Simple, elegant and with original boards and uncut (not trimmed but deckled edges on three sides). Very nice! , Second Jarvis Edition after edition first published in 1818. Abbey 238 (for a separate issue of the plates), Tooley 140. Nº de ref. de la librería 1423

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Descripción: Fritschischen Buchhandlung, Weimar und Leipzig., 1775. Leinen, geb. mit Blindprägung. Estado de conservación: guter Zustand. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Kein Schutzumschlag. Chodowiecki, Daniel (Radierungen) / Kraus, Georg Michael (Kopfvignetten), Geyser (Portrait) Ilustrador. 1. Aufl. 15,5 x 10 cm. 6 Bände, deutscher Text, 1. Band (416 S, 3 Radierungen), 2. Band (454 S, 3 Radierungen), 3. Band (512 S, 3 Radierungen), 4. Band (610 S., 3 Radierungen), 5. Band (432 S., 2 Radierungen), 6. Band (442 S., 4 Radierungen), Schnitt gebläut, Buchrücken in Goldprägung, in jedem Band jeweils die erste Radierung eingebunden, die weiteren Bilder sind montiert, Leineneinbände berieben und teilweise mit leichten Schabspuren, am Buchrücken hs. InventarNr., Ecken u. Kanten geringf. bestoßen, Papier altersgemäß gebräunt und teilweise stockfleckig, in den Inneneinbände hs. mit Bleisitft InventarNr. vermerkt, sonst guter Zustand. Nº de ref. de la librería 033150

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Don Quixote de la Mancha. Four volumes.

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de.
(Denver, CO, U.S.A.)
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Descripción: Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, Strand,, London:, 1818. Numerous full and partial page engravings by Robert Smirke. Ilustrador. First edition with Robert Smirke illustrations. Full period vellum with maroon leather title and volume labels. Spine and boards elaborately stamped and with green surround panel on each board with gilt roll overlay. Each board with sculpted cutout filled with red velvet stamped in blind. An elaborate and very unusual binding. Occasional light to moderate foxing, bookplate to each front pastedown and each front free endpaper, small bookseller's label to upper corner of each front endpaper verso, one of which reads "Stationary of the Best Quality, Books Neatly & Firmly Bound on the most reasonable terms by I. S. Dodge, Booksellers, Stockport". Rear board of volume four light bowed and with vellum separating from velvet, some overall light wear, still a handsome and unique set. This book was at one time in the inventory of the Seven Gables Bookshop and Michael Papantonio has noted in pencil on the verso of the front free endpaper that Ramsden's number 64 is a similar vellum and velvet binding. Nº de ref. de la librería Embry 89831

Descripción: London: for William Miller, 1801, 1801. 4 volumes, octavo (235 × 145 mm). Late 19th-century red straight-grain morocco, spines gilt-lettered direct, raised bands, gilt rules, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. Bookplates of Henry J. Toulmin. A touch of wear to tips, an excellent set. Engraved portrait, folding map with route coloured in red, 19 engraved plates, drawn by Stothard, James and others, some unattributed; engraved by various persons, many after the designs in the Ibarra 1780 edition. This large paper edition is the most elaborate and handsome of the many reprints of Jervas's translation of Don Quixote, first published posthumously in 1742. "[L]a major de las publicadas hasta estonces por los traductores ingleses del Quijote" (Río y Rico). Charles Jervas (1675–1739) was an Irish portrait painter and translator of considerable talent in both fields, one of the literary circle of Addison, Pope, and Swift. He acted as art buyer for the prime minister, Sir Robert Walpole, and eventually held the post of king's painter. In literature, he and Pope (whose painting instructor he had been for about six months in 1713) edited a version of Du Fresnoy's De arte grafica (1716), and he made a new translation of Machiavelli's Novella di Belfagor, but his major literary undertaking was this English translation of Don Quixote: "it is generally acknowledged as being close in spirit to the original" (ODNB). Nº de ref. de la librería 46378

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Sir Quixote of The Moors.

BUCHAN, John.
(London, ., United Kingdom)
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Descripción: London, T. Fisher Unwin. 1895, 1895. Historical fiction. First Edition, first issue. Small 8vo.188pp + 4pp ads. Publisher's very dark blue cloth decorated in polychrome green, yellow, red and pink. Minor edgewear and bumping, a very handsome bright copy indeed. Internally clean and fresh, traces of removed label to front pastedown. Pencil note to front flyleaf "from the library of the Rt. Hon. Ernest Brown P.C." with an additional booksellers note beneath confirming him as Secretary of State for Scotland under Winston Churchill. A swashbuckling adventure novel from a master of the genre. Author's first novel Blanchard. Nº de ref. de la librería 41564

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Descripción: Fernando Fe, Madrid,, (Imp. Almaraz y Compa., Salamanca), 1905. Rústica. 1ª ed. 11.5x18.7. 427pp. 3h. Lomo profesionalmente reforzado. Muy buen ejemplar. Envíos para España: el pago contra reembolso conlleva un recargo de 2 Euros. Nº de ref. de la librería 47.193

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Descripción: London : Printed for A. Millar ., 1753. 1st Edition. Physical description: 2 v. ; 17 cm. Subjects: Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 - Sources. Notes: The author of The Female Quixote = Charlotte Lennox. Dedicated to John, Earl of Orrery. Dedication written by Dr. Johnson. Title vignettes; head- and tail-pieces; engraved initials. Good copies bound in contemporary full aniline calf. Gilt-blocked leather label to spines with raised bands. Spine bands slightly worn, with dulling and rubbing to panel edges. Tanning and foxing to blank leaves either side of main text, which is quite clean and sound. Remains quite well-preserved overall. 1 Kg. Nº de ref. de la librería 199294

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Monsignor Quixote.

Greene, Graham.
(Brattleboro, VT, U.S.A.)
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Descripción: The Bodley Head, London, 1982. First edition. Octavo, original cloth. Fine in a fine dust jacket. Inscribed by the author, "For Deacon with love from Graham." Deacon Lindsay was a long-time friend and correspondant of Greene. "A powerful late work. a mixture of entertainment and deep human awareness" (Malcolm Bradbury). In 1985, Greene and Christopher Neame adapted Monsignor Quixote as a film starring Alec Guinness and Leo McKern. Nº de ref. de la librería 3246

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Descripción: The Arion Press., San Francisco, 2009. Full morocco. Estado de conservación: Fine. Wiley, William T. Ilustrador. First edition thus. This first of two volumes is the eighty-sixth publication of the Arion Press. The second volume was published separately a year later. Lg. thick 8vo. 574,(2)pp. Illustrated with numerous full-page etchings by William T. Wiley. Edition limited to 400 numbered copies, designed and produced at the Arion Press by Andrew Hoyem, and signed on the colophon leaf by William Wiley. Finely bound in full brown over tan morocco, stamped in gilt. Housed in publisher's matching slipcase. As new. Nº de ref. de la librería 7962

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Descripción: Printed for A. Millar, in the Strand; R. and J. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall; and W. Shropshire, in New-Bond-street, London, 1757. Contemporary Calf. Estado de conservación: Near Fine. First Octavo Edition. 8vo. First Octavo Edition, [6] xxxiii [1] 414; viii, 399 [1]; [2], vii, [1], 416; ix, [1] 473, [1]; vi, 226, [236]p., contemporary calf. Near fine condition. Samuel Johnson Wrote The Dedication. Johnson Also Reviewed The Set In the Literary Magazine. All five volumes have the bookplates of Hudson Gurney and David Barclay to the front pastedown and the bookplate of the Norfolk & Norwich Library to the front blank with the printed notification that the volumes were presented by John Henry Gurney in January 1900. A splendid linking of three different generations of the same distinguished family. The final volume has an extraordinary 236 page index. Hazen, p. 114; Fleeman 56.11LS/2; ESTC T143316. Nº de ref. de la librería 27612

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