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1 MELVILLE, Robert MOORE, Henry MOORE, Henry Henry Moore : Sculpture and Drawings 1921-1969. First U.S. Edition in dustjacket. Signed by Moore
Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers, New York, 1970, 
MELVILLE, Robert. Henry Moore : Sculpture and Drawings 1921-1969. Text by Robert Melville. New York : Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers, n.d. [1970]. First American Edition. Pp (8),9-368. With 846 illustrations, including 32 tipped-in colour plates. 4to, brown cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "It's the illustrations that matter. They have been selected to cover each period of Moore's sculpture and drawings without repeating every variation in scale or form of a single idea [...] This book offers the largest and most comprehensive selection of the work of Britain's greatest sculptor ever to be brought together in a single volume." (from the Preface). ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Waterstain to top corne of front board, penned name to inside front cover, else very good in edgeworn and lightly browned dustjacket (with corresponding waterstain to top corner of front panel). Signed with inscription by Henry Moore, dated Toronto, October, 1974. 400.00

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2 MOORE, Robert. Museum Absconditum.
Wolsak and Wynn, Hamilton, Ontario, 2006, ISBN:1894987136 
MOORE, Robert. Museum Absconditum. (Hamilton, Ontario) : Wolsak and Wynn, (2006). Pp [1]-93,(3). 8vo, illustrated black card covers. “Time, memory, love and death weave throughout this intricate and mesmerizing collection of poetry. Museum Absconditum creates a captivating museum of stories, a worldin which characters like Wild Bill Hicock, Joan of Arc, Agamemnon, and Laz arus mingle with neighbours, parents, and children. In this, Moore's secondcollection, sharply observed images and exquisitely realized language comb ine to create a rich, shadowy tapestry of verse which haunts even as it gives delight.” (from the back cover). Robert Moore lives in Saint John, wherehe is Chair of the Department of Humanities and Languages at the Universit y of New Brunswick. Very good. 12.00

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3 MOORE, Robert So Rarely in Our Skins
Muses' Company, J. Gordon Shillingford Publishing, Winnipeg, MB, 2002, ISBN:1896239897 
MOORE, Robert. So Rarely in Our Skins . (Winnipeg, MB: The Muses' Company, an imprint of J. Gordon Shillingford Publishing, 2002). Pp. 112. 8vo, illustrated black and white card covers. A collection of poems by the Universityof New Brunswick professor. Occasional penned notations to margins, else v g. 20.00

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4 WEAVER, Robert, (ed.) MOORE, Brian. HOOD, Hugh. COOK, Ramsay. Tamarack Review : Winter 1968
Tamarack Review, Toronto, 1968, 
WEAVER, Robert, (ed.). The Tamarack Review : Winter 1968. [Printed by the University of Toronto Press]. Pp 127. 8vo, card covers. Includes an interview with Brian Moore, and contributions from Hugh Hood and Ramsay Cook, amongothers. Slightly rubbed, else very good. 15.00

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5 MOORE, Robert Time to Die : The Untold Story of the Kursk Tragedy. First Canadian Edition in dustjacket
Random House Canada, Toronto, 2003, ISBN:0679312021 
MOORE, Robert. A Time to Die : The Untold Story of the Kursk Tragedy. [Mississauga, ON]: Random House Canada, (2003). First Printing. Pp 271 + [8] pp of plates. 8vo, black paper covered boards. An account of the deadliest submarine disaster in history. Moore, who had exclusive access to top Russian military figures, presents a detailed chronicle of the heroic attempts to rescue the 23 remaining crew members. "At 11:28 A.M. on Saturday, August 12,2000, high in the Arctic Circle, under the roiling surface of the Barents Sea, Captain Gennady Lyachin was taking the Kursk, pride of Russia's elite Northern Fleet, through the last steps of firing a practice torpedo, part of an elaborate naval exercise. Suddely, the torpedo exploded in a massive fireball, instantly incinerating all seven men in the submarine's forward compartment. The horror, however, was just beginning. The full, gripping story of the remarkable drama inside the Kursk and all of the desperate rescue efforts has never been told - until now. In A Time to Die, a critically acclaimed bestseller in the United Kingdom, international reporter Robert Moore - who covered the Kursk tragedy from Russia as it happened - draws on exclusive access he obtained to top Russian military figures in telling the inside story of the disaster with the factual depth of the best journalism and the compelling moment-by-moment tension of a thriller. He takes us right down inside the Kursk as two massive explosions - the second measuring 3.5 on the Richter scale - rip through compartment after compartment. " Very good in unclipped dust jacket. 22.00

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