The Day in Bohemia or Life Among the Artists

Reed, John

Editorial: Printed for the Author, 1913
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48 papes. One of a limited edition of 500 printed in Connecticut by Hillacre Press. Original wraps that appear in fine condition. However, when you open the book-between pages 20 and 21 the binding is split revealing the sewn in binding. 1/4 tear at tail of spine. Slipcase in very good condition, missing 1/2" piece at front two corners. Label on spine in VG condition. Rare. Name stamped on endpaper. Size: 6 1/2 x 9 3/4. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: The Day in Bohemia or Life Among the Artists
Editorial: Printed for the Author
Año de publicación: 1913
Encuadernación: Soft Cover
Condición del libro: Very Good
Edición: Limited.

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Reed, John
Editorial: Self-published by the author, New York (1913)
Usado Paperback Primera edición Cantidad: 1
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Bolerium Books Inc.
(San Francisco, CA, Estados Unidos de America)
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Descripción Self-published by the author, New York, 1913. Paperback. 48p., 10x6.5 inches, rubricated title page, very good condition in tobacco-brown stiff wraps with printed cover label, in original cardboard slipcase (short splits at top edge now repaired, slightly worn at corners, light transverse tear and shallow dent at the thumb-notch), printed paper label on slip case discolored but intact. Only 500 copies printed, this a good square copy. Light narrative verse a la Byron, and parodies of Shelley, Keats, Whitman, self and others. A chastened view of the avantgarde left in general. From the dedicatory epistle to Lincoln Steffens: "Steffens, I hope I am doing no wrong to you / by dedicating this doggerel song to you" --and-- "But there's anaemia / Ev'n in Bohemia". Nº de ref. de la librería 40901

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Reed, John:
Editorial: New York: Printed for the Author, 1913. (1913)
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William Reese Company - Literature, ABAA
(New Haven, CT, Estados Unidos de America)
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Descripción New York: Printed for the Author, 1913., 1913. Large octavo. Printed wrapper over stiff wrapper. Split in portion of upper joint neatly closed, with small nick, otherwise very good in imperfect slipcase (portions of top panel and all of low panel absent). First edition of the author's first (or second) solo publication. One of 500 copies printed at the Hillacre Press. Nº de ref. de la librería WRCLIT 61941

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REED, John (1887-1920).
Editorial: Printed for the Author, 1913., New York: (1913)
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Jeff Weber Rare Books, ABAA
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Descripción Printed for the Author, 1913., New York:, 1913. 8vo. 48 pp. Original printed brown wrappers; slight wear to spine ends, else very good. LIMITED EDITION of 500 copies printed at Hillacre, Riverside, Connecticut. "After returning from a merry post-graduation visit to England, France and Spain, Reed settled in New York in March 1911. . With the invaluable help of his friend Steffens, Reed found work with the American Magazine, where, among other editorial tasks, he selected from poetry manuscripts those worth arguing for in the editorial committee. The Monthly and the Lampoon at Harvard had trained him in such disputations, and in The Day in Bohemia, a delightful verse parody written during the summer of 1912 during a long stay in Portland [Oregon] after the death of his father." â€" Eric Homberger, John Reed, Manchester University Press, 1990, page 27. // The dedicatory epistle to Lincoln Steffens offers: "Steffens, I hope I am doing no wrong to you / By dedicating this doggerel song to you; / P'raps you'll resent / The implied compliment, / But light-hearted Liberty seems to belong to you. / … "But there's anæmia / Ev'n in Bohemia, / That there's not more of it â€" there is the miracle!" John Silas "Jack" Reed was an American journalist, poet, and socialist activist, best remembered for his first-hand account of the Bolshevik Revolution, Ten Days that Shook the World, (1919). He was married to writer and feminist Louise Bryant. Reed died in Moscow due to potted typhus; he was just 33 years of age. Nº de ref. de la librería LV1996

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Reed, John:
Editorial: New York: Printed for the Author, 1913. (1913)
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William Reese Company - Literature, ABAA
(New Haven, CT, Estados Unidos de America)
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Descripción New York: Printed for the Author, 1913., 1913. Large octavo. Printed wrapper over stiff wrapper. A very good to near fine copy, in good slipcase with tape mend to bottom panel, which also lacks short segments First edition of the author's first (or second) solo publication. One of 500 copies printed at the Hillacre Press. Nº de ref. de la librería WRCLIT 71935

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Reed, John
Editorial: Printed for the Author (1915)
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Joseph Mercurio, Books, Maps and Prints,
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Descripción Printed for the Author, 1915. Soft cover. Estado de conservación: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Stiff flexible printed self-wrappers. Title in black and red. A near fine copy in the original slipcase. One of 500 copies printed at the Hillacre Press. Nº de ref. de la librería 004232

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Reed, John
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Trillium Antiquarian Books
(Peterborough, ON, Canada)
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Descripción Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Fine. Being a Jeu D'Esprit Containing Much That is Original and Diverting, in Which the Reader Will Find the Cognomens and Qualities of Many Persons Destined One Day to Adorn the Annals of Nations, in Letters, Music, Painting, the Plastic Arts, and even Business; together with their Foibles, Weaknesses, and Shortcomings and some Account of the Life Led by Geniuses in Manhattan’s Quartier Latin. Privately published by the author in an edition of 500 copies, 1913 (48 pp.). Folio (24 cm) in paper-covered slipcase with title on label, publisher’s brown cloth . Elizabeth Gurley Flynn’s copy, signed by her in full on the ffep. Flynn (1890- 1964) was a founder of the American Civil Liberties Union and a campaigner for women’s rights. Later in life, just before the outbreak of WWII, she joined the Communist party and served briefly as chairwoman of the National Committee. Reed (1887- 1920) was an Oregon born, Harvard educated journalist whose reports of the Russian revolution in the late days of 1917 were published as the well-received Ten Days that Shook the World. Reed was a familiar, and sometimes intimate, of many of the leftist intellectuals of the first quarter of the twentieth century, among them Max Eastman, Eugene O’Neill, Mabel Dodge, and labour leaders such as Big Bill Haywood and others, associated with the International Workers of the World or the ‘Wobblies’. Reed’s short career was the subject of the popular film, Reds, starring Warren Beatty. A Fine copy. Nº de ref. de la librería 1861

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REED, John
Editorial: Printed for the Author, New York (1913)
Usado Hardcover Primera edición Cantidad: 1
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Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB
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Descripción Printed for the Author, New York, 1913. Hardcover. First Edition. Stiff printed brown wraps (6-1/2" x 9-5/8"). Issued in an edition of 500 copies. Though there is no indication of such in the book itself, this volume was in the possession of Louis Bryant, Reed's wife. Laid in is an interesting piece: a 6" x 7-1/4" reproduction of an unidentified figure on which is written on the verso in an unidentified hand: "In the world is a big place which is called Russia, and there is a little place, my heart, which is full of gratefulness and love for a little American doll Louise Bryant. And when Louise thinks of Russia I beg her to think of me ever yours." Following that is a name, partly obliterated, dated Moscow, April 1921. Perhaps the best known left-wing American journalist of the twentieth century; Reed was portrayed by Warren Beatty in the film REDS, nominated for twelve Academy Awards and winner of three, which centered on Reed's life, notably his romance with Louise Bryant, played by Diane Keaton, and his early death at 33 in Moscow. Reed's best known book, TEN DAYS THAT SHOOK THE WORLD, is Reed's firsthand account of the October Revolution in Russia in 1917. Slight soiling to the covers; the bottom of the spine lacking about two inches of paper. Very Good. Nº de ref. de la librería 017504

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REED, John
Editorial: Printed for the Author, New York (1913)
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Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA
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Descripción Printed for the Author, New York, 1913. Estado de conservación: Very Good. First edition. Octavo. 48pp. Stiff flexible printed self-wrappers. Title in black and red. Small tears at the edges of the slightly yapped edges, small tear on the half-title, small chip at the foot, a very good copy, lacking the original slipcase. One of 500 copies printed at the Hillacre Press. Reed's first work published in book form. A long poem set amongst the artistic set of New York. This copy Inscribed by Reed to Albert Boyden: "To Alb Boyden with apologies and compliments of the author John S. Reed." Boyden was the managing editor at McClure's Magazine, one of the great publications of the so-called Golden Age of Magazines, and the pinnacle of muckraking journalism, where Reed worked alongside of Lincoln Steffens (to whom the book is dedicated), McClure's co-founder Ida Tarbell, John Phillips, William Allen White, and other notables. All of them appear in Reed's picaresque and affectionate satire of the literati of Greenwich Village and their eating and drinking habits and haunts. Boyden figures prominently:"Here comes ALB BOYDEN in the King of ShirtsHe is so fashionable that it hurts.Indeed, in gazing on him one suspectsThat clothes can vanquish physical defects.So cavalier his air, who would not be him?Young ladies come from Illinois to see him!The rest of us are good at so-and-so,-But ALB's the one who makes the wheels go.He beats down struggling authors in their price,Refuses stories with a grace so nice."[Cataloger's note: while Reed's reportage achieved him lasting fame, his poetry seems more to presage the verse of Dr. Suess.]Boyden appears elsewhere as a subject in the poem as well.Ida Tarbell later wrote of the atmosphere at McClure's: "Was there ever a group like it? Was there ever so much fun in work?" - a sentiment that seems confirmed in Reed facetious poem. Reed's radicalism was seeded in his tenure at McClure's. Not long after this poem was published, he joined the staff of The Masses.A significant association. Nº de ref. de la librería 408018

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