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1 BERLIN, Irving DURBIN, Deanna Always. Sung by Deanna Durbin in the Universal Picture Christmas Holiday.
Irving Berlin Music Company, New York, 1925, 
(Sheet Music). BERLIN, Irving. Always. Sung by Deanna Durbin in the Universal Picture “Christmas Holiday.” New York : Irving Berlin Music Company, (copyright 1925). Pp (4). 4to, single blue folded sheet, with illustration of Deanna Durbin. Edges nicked, rubbed and lightly soiled, else good. 20.00

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2 LEA, Tom BERLIN, Isaiah DE LA MARE, Walter CHURCHILL, Winston Atlantic Monthly. Volume 184, Number 3, September 1949
Atlantic Monthly, Concord, N.H., 1949, 
(LEA, Tom; BERLIN, Isaiah; DE LA MARE, Walter). The Atlantic Monthly. Volume 184, Number 3, September 1949. Concord, N.H.: The Atlantic Monthly, 1949.Pp [1]-95,(1). Double Column. 4to, illustrated green wrappers. Includes : “Quite a Beach” (a story by Tom Lea, pp 31-34); “Mr. Churchill” (by Isaiah Berlin, pp 35-44); “Poems” (three poems by Walter de la Mare, p. 58); and much more. Rubbed, else very good. 15.00

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3 BERLIN, Barbara VILLENEUVE, Paquerette Barbara Berlin : Recent Works / Oeuvres Recentes
Waddington & Gorce Inc., Montreal, 1994, 
(BERLIN, Barbara). Barbara Berlin : Recent Works / Oeuvres Récentes. [Introduction by Paquerette Villeneuve]. Montreal: Waddington & Gorce Inc., (1994). Pp. (24). Unpaginated. Illustrated in colour. Double column. Oblong 8vo,illustrated casebound dark card covers with white titles to front and spin e. A catalogue of an exhibition of the Canadian painter's works from the early-1990s. Introduction in English and French. "As evident in her new work,Barbara Berlin has replaced her sponges with metal and rubber spatulas. Sh e now gives free rein to her love for hardware and is forever on the lookout for any new tool that might hold some surprises. With these spatulas she scrapes the surface of the canvas, leaving traces of the colour initially applied. The superimposed colours create a rich, stained-glass effect, as ifthe canvas impregnated with colour, light and movement were transparent. T his transparency achieved with oil is a constant feature." - from the introduction. Very good. Due to the light weight of this volume, shipping costs will likely be cheaper than quoted. 20.00

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4 BERLIN, Bernard Call Heaven to Witness. First Edition in dustjacket
Musson, Toronto, 1970, ISBN:0773700102 
BERLIN, Bernard. Call Heaven to Witness. Toronto :The Musson Book Company, (1970). First Edition. Pp (7),[8]-176. 8vo, red cloth. This Montreal author's first novel. "Jonathan Temple and his friend Arnie, the narrator of thisbook, have opened their law practice in Montreal, and are fully determined to be the best criminal lawyers anywhere in the World. From the time they were five years old, they were inseparable. Jonathan and Arnie lived next door to each other, played and fought together, attended the same school, discovered girls and became conscious of their own manhood; planned and dreamed of law through their years at university, and graduated from law school together. It is at this stage that Jonathan meets two women, one the vivacious young actress, whose zest for life enchants him, but she too is at the beginning of her career and this takes her away. The other, is a woman who possesses him, marries him, and finally destroys him, his friendship with Arnie, and their hard-earned dream. Bernard Berlin, a Canadian, blends, in this his fiist published novel, characters so real with predicaments so human, that one cannot help but wonder how many lives are similarly affected. What emerges is life as it is lived in Canada today." - from the dj. Very good in lightly rubbed, nicked dustjacket. 15.00

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5 WRIGHT, Berlin Hart and Bryant WALKER Check List of North American Naiades
The authors, Detroit, MI, 1902, 
WRIGHT, Berlin Hart and Bryant WALKER. Check List of North American Naiades. Detroit, MI: Printed for the authors, 1902. 8vo, stapled printed blue-grey card covers. Name to title page, else vg. 20.00

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6 SEIDLER, G.L. BERLIN, Isaiah, foreword Emergence of the Eastern World : Seven Essays on Political Ideas
Pergamon Press, Oxford, 1968, 
SEIDLER, G.L. The Emergence of the Eastern World : Seven Essays on Political Ideas. Foreword by Professor Sir Isaiah Berlin. Oxford: Pergamon Press, (1968). First Printing. Pp. (6),vii-xi,(1),1-260. 8vo, black cloth with silver titles to spine. "'Europe's contact with the East has been mainly on thebattlefield and in the marketplace. There has been little interest in poli tical systems, still less in political ideas. Interest has been centred mainly on the European tradition.' In these opening words quoted from his Preface, Professor Seidler makes immediately obvious the need for this book. Anextension of the Western viewpoint is much to be desired and the athor pre sents here an infoermative and authoritative historical survey." - from thedust jacket. Contents: 1. The Political Thought of the Ancient East; 2. Is lam as a Political Doctrine; 3. Byzantine Political Thought; 4. The Political Doctrine of the Mongols; 5. Political Thought in the Period of Transition (1350-1450); 6. The Muscovite Autocracy; 7. The Jagiellonian Dynasty. Very good in nicked, edgeworn dust jacket. 30.00

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7 Berlin) Fernsprechbuch für die Hauptstadt der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik : Berlin Ausgabe 1989
(Berlin). Fernsprechbuch für die Hauptstadt der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik : Berlin Ausgabe 1989. n.p., 1989. Pp. 640. Text in German. Quadruple column. 4to, orange ill. card covers. Two narrow brown marks to rear cover,light rubbing, corners bumped, else vg. 75.00

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8 KEYNES, Milo, ed. LOPOKOVA, Lydia) BERLIN, Isaiah) KEYNES, John Maynard) Lydia Lopokova
Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, 1983, ISBN:0297782290 
KEYNES, Milo, (ed.). Lydia Lopokova. Edited by Milo Keynes. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, (1983). First Printing. Pp. (4),[v]-xvii,(1),[1]-238, + 24 p. of black and white plates. Illustrated. 8vo, maroon cloth with gilt lettering to spine. "This book pays tribute to the irrepressible wit and charm of Lydia Lopokova, the Diaghilev ballet dancer and wife of John Maynard Keynes, the great economist. Born in St Petersburg, and trained at the Imperial Ballet School, Lydia left Russia in 1910 for a summer tour with Diaghilev, but soon went to the United States. She joined Diaghilev's 'Ballets Russes' on its arrival in New York in 1916, rejoining her former partner Nijinsky." - from the dust jacket. Contents: Milo Keynes's "Lydia Lopokova" and "The Lopukhov Family", F.V. Lopukov's "Lydia Vasilievna Lopukhova", Frank W. Ries's "Lydia Lopokova in America", Annabel Farjeon's "Lydia Lopokova andSerge Diaghilev", "Bloomsbury and Lydia" from a letter by Quentin Bell, An ton Dolin's "Lydia Lopokova", Lynn Garafola's "Les Soirées de Paris", Ninette de Valois's "Lydia Lopokova and English Ballet", Frederick Ashton's "Lydia, the Enchantress", Dennis Arundell's "Lopokova as an Actress", Polly Hill's "No. 6 Harvey Road, Tilton and No. 46 Gordon Square", David Garnett's "Lydia Lopokova", Hill's "Lydia's Letters to Maynard", Austin Robinson's "The Economist's Wife", Isaiah Berlin's "Maynard and Lydia Keynes", Malcolm MacDonald's "Lydia Keynes", Cecil Beaton's "A Visit to Lopokova in 1951", Henrietta Couper's "Tea at Tilton", and Milo Keynes's "Portraits of Lopokova".With appendices. Very good in unclipped dust jacket. Ex-libris Bloomsbury scholar S.P. Rosenbaum, with his acquisition note to ffep, and pencilled notations throughout. 30.00

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9 BERLIN, Isaiah. Two Concepts of Liberty. An Inaugural Lecture delivered before the University of Oxford on 31 October 1958. Later Printing.
Clarendon Press / Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1966, 
BERLIN, Isaiah. Two Concepts of Liberty. An Inaugural Lecture delivered before the University of Oxford on 31 October 1958. Oxford : at the Clarendon Press, (1966). Later printing. Pp. (2),[3]-57,(3). 8vo, stapled printed grey wraps with blue lettering to front cover. Isaiah Berlin, b. June 6, 1909,Riga; d. November 5, 1997, Oxford. An eminent Russian-born, Oxford-educate d twentieth-century philosopher and historian. Sections : The Notion of 'Negative' Freedom - The Notion of Positive Freedom- A retreat to the Inner Citadel - Self-Realization - The Temple of Sarastro - The Search for Status -Liberty and Sovereignty - The One and the Many. Very good. NOTE: Due to it s small size, shipping charges should be cheaper than quoted. 28.00

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