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Fri Mar 21 17:04:13 2014 UTClccn-n860520530.00Records, 1953-19850.371.00Papers,120932362Richard_Seavern 860520531794085containsVIAFID/55860498Estrée, Sabine d'lccn-n80005109Sademarquis de1740-1814lccn-n50081668Grove Presslccn-n86052052Wainhouse, Austryncomtrledtlccn-n79055432Beckett, Samuel1906-1989lccn-n81108384Arikha, Avigdor1929-2010lccn-n79021390Sagan, Françoise1935-2004lccn-n80005123Beauvoir, Simone de1908-1986auilccn-n50052598Klossowski, Pierreauilccn-n87805144Trocchi, Alexander1925-1984lccn-n84230539Southern, TerryedtSeaver, RichardFictionBiographyPersonal narratives‡vHungarianCriticism, interpretation, etcPsychological fictionJuvenile worksRecords and correspondenceErotic storiesShort storiesWar storiesSade,--marquis de,World War (1939-1945)AtrocitiesAuschwitz (Concentration camp)Mengele, Josef,HungaryNyiszli, MiklósPhysiciansGermanyHuman experimentation in medicineErotic literature, FrenchCancer--Psychological aspectsLife change eventsArchitectsFrance--ParisCancer--DiagnosisErotic storiesPublishers and publishingSeaver, RichardUnited StatesTranslatorsBook editorsLiteratureFrench literatureIndians of the West IndiesCaribbean AreaAuthors, FrenchCorrespondence (Sade, marquis de)FranceSex customsSex customs in literatureFrench fictionBeckett, Samuel,Duras, MargueriteManners and customsChurch taxMassachusettsColumbus, ChristopherVoyages and travelsBalletDancersErotic literature, EnglishScience fiction comic books, strips, etcShort storiesPolandGinsberg, Allen,Authors and publishersTrocchi, Alexander,Burroughs, William S.,Fiction1926200919361947195219601961196219631964196519661967196919711972197319741975197619771978197919801987198919901991199219931994199519971998200020052008201020112012684070150843.9PQ2063.S3ocn000172929ocn009303134ocn002793748ocn003348706ocn004775515ocn002869118ocn752206812ocn858913703ocn813565165ocn862085248ocn000335111ocn797432049ocn082050311ocn813565165ocn44006505412561ocn000172929book19670.33Beckett, SamuelStories & texts for nothingFiction+-+97150675355395ocn032429491book19940.23Sagan, FrançoiseA fleeting sorrowFictionPsychological fictionPaul Cazavel, a 39-year-old French architect who has cancer, is told by his doctor he has only six months to live. The novel follows him as he tries to come to terms with imminent death, chronicling the reaction of his nearest and dearest--from his wife who is glad she will be finally rid of him to his best friend, too preoccupied to listen4827ocn000383681book19630.53Seaver, RichardWriters in revolt : an anthology4799ocn000339496book19650.56SadeThe marquis de Sade : an essayCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+436786753547816ocn015316833book19360.31SadeThe 120 days of Sodom and other writings"The Marquis de Sade, vilified by respectable society from his own time through ours, apotheosized by Apollinaire as "the freest spirit that has yet existed," wrote The 120 Days of Sodom while imprisoned in the Bastille. An exhaustive catalogue of sexual aberrations and the first systematic exploration-a hundred years before Krafft-Ebing and Freud-of the psychology of sex, it is considered Sade's crowning achievement and the cornerstone of his thought. Lost after the storming of the Bastille in 1789, it was later retrieved but remained unpublished until 1935. In addition to The 120 Days, this volume includes Sade's "Reflections on the Novel," his play Oxtiem, and his novella Ernestine. The selections are introduced by Simone de Beauvoir's landmark essay "Must We Burn Sade?" and Pierre Klossowski's provocative "Nature as Destructive Principle." "Imperious, choleric, irascible, extreme in everything, with a dissolute imagination the like of which has never been seen, atheistic to the point of fanaticism, there you have me in a nutshell, and kill me again or take me as I am, for I shall not change."-From Sade's Last Will and Testament." -- from http://www.amazon.com (April 19, 2011)+-+27658675354073ocn024143264book19910.06Foreman, MichaelThe boy who sailed with ColumbusJuvenile worksFictionHaving sailed to the New World as ship's boy for Columbus, young Leif is captured by warring natives, ultimately marries an Indian woman, and becomes a shaman3633ocn037854316book19980.32SadeLetters from prisonRecords and correspondence"This volume of Sade's correspondence from prison covers a thirteen-year period, from 1777 when he was incarcerated in the Vincennes fortress near Paris, to 1789 when he was transferred from the Bastille shortly before it was stormed at the outset of the French Revolution, to the Charenton insane asylum, from which he was finally freed on April 2 - Good Friday - 1790. From ever danker and drearier cells, even as his health declined with each passing year, Sade wrote with supreme eloquence and increasing bitterness about the harsh conditions he was forced to endure, using his pen as a deadly weapon to lash out at his tormentors."--BOOK JACKET+-+K6695240063612ocn044399461book20000.31SadeThe mystified magistrate and other tales"This volume contains the title novella, "The Mystified Magistrate," in which Sade uses his pen to avenge all the wrongs visited upon him throughout his tumultuous life by the French judicial system, especially the court of Aix in his native Provence; two full-length tales, "Augustine de Villeblanche" and "Emilie de Tourville"; and a selected number of Sade's tales and short stories. Many of Sade's favorite themes and pet peeves are present here: the hypocrisy and stupidity of blind justice and those who serve her, the wily duplicity and dishonesty of the clergy on all levels, the total corruption of society, jealousy, revenge, and the fairest way to settle unfair accounts. Yet throughout, these tales are infused with a light touch and mordant wit, "well within the boundaries of modesty and decency," as Sade himself noted, albeit "sometimes a trifle bawdy."" "These tales constitute a portion of his "regular writings" - as opposed to his knowingly clandestine writings - to which Sade attached a special importance. For if he was writing not to be read in his scandalous works, here he was hoping to enhance his reputation as a storyteller of wit and charm."--BOOK JACKET+-+77895240063541ocn021335082book19900.28SadeJustine, Philosophy in the bedroom, and other writings+-+43678675352411ocn009303134book19650.66Girodias, MauriceThe Olympia reader : selections from the Traveller's companion series2364ocn000829584book19660.66SadeThe Marquis de Sade: The 120 days of Sodom, and other writings"The Marquis de Sade, vilified by respectable society from his own time through ours, apotheosized by Apollinaire as "the freest spirit that has yet existed," wrote The 120 Days of Sodom while imprisoned in the Bastille. An exhaustive catalogue of sexual aberrations and the first systematic exploration-a hundred years before Krafft-Ebing and Freud-of the psychology of sex, it is considered Sade's crowning achievement and the cornerstone of his thought. Lost after the storming of the Bastille in 1789, it was later retrieved but remained unpublished until 1935. In addition to The 120 Days, this volume includes Sade's "Reflections on the Novel," his play Oxtiem, and his novella Ernestine. The selections are introduced by Simone de Beauvoir's landmark essay "Must We Burn Sade?" and Pierre Klossowski's provocative "Nature as Destructive Principle." "Imperious, choleric, irascible, extreme in everything, with a dissolute imagination the like of which has never been seen, atheistic to the point of fanaticism, there you have me in a nutshell, and kill me again or take me as I am, for I shall not change."-From Sade's Last Will and Testament." -- from http://www.amazon.com (April 19, 2011)2003ocn000966426book19660.47Duras, MargueriteThe ravishing of Lol SteinErotic storiesLol has returned to her hometown to confront her memories through the eyes of her childhood friend, Tatiana, and becomes involved in a passionate love triangle1954ocn023941050book19760.29Beckett, SamuelI can't go on, I'll go on : a selection from Samuel Beckett's work+-+62378675351312ocn036488386book19970.39Semprún, JorgeThe long voyageFictionWar storiesTranslation of Le grand voyage+-+84753669651131ocn002793748book19660.79Forest, Jean ClaudeBarbarella967ocn062822559file17540.86Wadsworth, EbenezerTo His Excellency William Shirley, captain general and governor in chief over His Majesty's province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England. To the Honourable His Majesty's Council, with the House of Representatives, in General Court assembled May 1754. The representation and petition of Ebenezer Wadsworth of Grafton and Samuel Robinson of Hardwick, in the county of Worcester, and Richard Seaver of Roxbury, in the county of Suffolk ... Humbly sheweth, that God hath given to every man an unalienable right (in matters of his worship) to judge for himself as his conscience receives the rule from God by His word802ocn828936002com20110.17SadeThe mystified magistrate and other talesShort storiesPublished for the first time in English is the comic and scandalous light fiction of the Marquis de Sade, who--despite controversy surrounding him--possessed a mordant but undeniable sense of humor. The title piece of this volume is a delightful skewering of the Provencal judge who sentenced Sade to death in absentia in 1772648ocn016248531book19600.21Nyiszli, MiklósAuschwitz a doctor's eyewitness accountBiographyPersonal narrativesPersonal narratives JewishPersonal narratives HungarianWhen the Nazis invaded Hungary in 1944, they sent virtually the entire Jewish population to Auschwitz. A Jew and a medical doctor, Dr. Miklos Nyiszli was spared from death for a grimmer fate: to perform "scientific research" on his fellow inmates under the supervision of the infamous "Angel of Death": Dr. Josef Mengele. Nyiszli was named Mengele's personal research pathologist. Miraculously, he survived to give this terrifying and sobering account591ocn004775515book19790.37Petitjean, PierreBackstage : with the ballet542ocn029703740book19930.63Semprún, JorgeThe cattle truckFiction4654ocn733546674book20120.24Seaver, RichardThe tender hour of twilight : Paris in the '50s, New York in the '60s : a memoir of publishing's golden ageBiographyA personal account by the late founder of Arcade Publishing documents his experiences in the literary world of the mid-20th century, describing his efforts to overcome U.S. censorship laws and introduce readers to important written works11ocn794671030mix1.00Southern, TerryHistoryThe Terry Southern archive spans the years 1924 to 1995, with the bulk dated 1955 to 1995. The collection consists chiefly of autograph and typescript drafts of Southern's novels, stories, screenplays, television scripts; journals, diaries, and notebooks. Other materials include incoming and outgoing correspondence, photographs, personal and financial papers and documents (including passports, hunting license, mortgage documents, bank statements, and canceled checks), publishing contracts, newspaper clippings, and realia, including his typewriter. Also included in the archive is writing by others, including Peter Beard, William S. Burroughs, Gregory Corso, Jules Feiffer, Bruce J. Friedman, Allen Ginsberg, Henry Green, Southern's biographer Lee Hill, Mason Hoffenberg, Mick Jagger, Jonathan Marquand, George Plimpton, V.S. Pritchett, Larry Rivers, Richard Seaver, Jean Stein, Rip Torn and Alexander Trocchi, papers by his students, and dissertations and papers about his work11ocn849528145mix1.00Grove PressGrove Press RecordsArchivesTrials, litigation, etcPapers of the American publishing house founded by Barney Rosset. Collection contains editorial records, manuscripts, legal and office files, Evergreen Review files, financial records of the Film Division, books, and miscellaneous printed material, including publishers' catalogs and posters. Correspondence and office memorandums of Grove Press editorial staff, including that of Donald Allen, Fred Jordan, Richard Seaver, and Judith Schmidt11ocn026089411mix1.00Creeley, RobertPapersRecords and correspondenceMss. and typescripts of Creeley's poems, novels, stories, and essays. Includes material relating to the Divers Press and The Black Mountain Review. Material reaches across more than four decades, encompassing a number of literary and artistic movements in America and abroad, especially those associated with Black Mountain College and with Beat Generation writers01ocn122452453mixGrove PressArchivesExtensive legal records and clippings files relating to the censorship trials surrounding the American publication of D.H. Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover, and Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer+-+9715067535+-+9715067535Fri Mar 21 15:51:46 EDT 2014batch23174