• 145,00 kr.

    What a rare mushroom can teach us about sustaining life on a fragile planet.

  • 400,00 kr.

    CRIMES AND SPLENDORS: THE DESERT CANTOS OF RICHARD MISRACH – with an Essay by Rebecca Solnit Bulfinch Press / Little Brown and Co., 1996. Large 4to in publishers hardcover with jacket. 192 pages, illustrated throughout with 160 color and 10 black and white photographs. Fine, well preserved copy with a…

  • 200,00 kr.

    Tokyo: Gallery Min, 1988. Large squarish 4o in stiff wraps as issued. Unpaginated and illustrated throughout with color photograps exquisitely printed and a short text by Myriam Weisang in both English and Japanese. The covers and front edges have moderate rubbing wear, internally fine and overall a good clean copy…

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    University of California Press, 2007. Hardcover, with slightly worn jacket. 416 pages. Clean copy “Rebecca Solnit has made a vocation of journeying into difficult territory and reporting back, as an environmentalist, antiglobalization activist, and public intellectual. Storming the Gates of Paradise, an anthology of her essential essays from the past…

  • 600,00 kr.

    New York: Aperture / A New Images Book, 1986. Large oblong hardcover with fine protected dustjacket. 59 pages with 50 full-page b&w photos. An excellent, clean fine copy First edition

  • 245,00 kr.

    West From the Columbia – Views at the River Mouth. New York: Aperture, 1995. Oblonged very large oversized hardcover with jacket. 79 pages. Fine clean copy 1. edtion

  • 200,00 kr.

    Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996. Oblong small 4to in wraps as issued. 136 pages, illustrated throughout with finely printed color photographs. Light edgewear, overall a near fine / fine clean copy First edition, 1st printing “Change is endemic to the West: We cannot return, either as a culture or as…

  • 200,00 kr.

    Livet i Skovene (Walden). Det Danske Forlag, 1949. 401 pp. Heftet. Omslag med smårifter ellers pæn og ren Første danske udgave, 1. oplag / First Danish edition, 1st printing

  • 300,00 kr.

    Hovedværk i moderne dansk bogtrykkerkunst og boglayout

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    Allen Lane / Penguin Books, 2021. Hardcover, with jacket. 274 pages. Clean well preserved copy with only wear to jacket

  • 299,00 kr.

    A New Nature, subtitled “9 Architectural Conditions Between Liquid and Solid”. Copenhagen: Arkitektens Forlag, 2015. Large 4to in publishers original stiff wrappers. 600 pages, 574 images, Text in English.
    Light shelfwear else an unread clean copy

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    “Re: Colonised Planet 5, Shikasta” tells the secret history of Earth from the perspective of the advanced Canopus civilisation that is thinking in eons rather than centuries. The history spans from the very beginning of life into a future World War Three. It includes the trial of all Europeans for the crimes of colonialism, “The Marriages Between Zones Three, Four and Five” depicts the influence of unknown higher powers on interactions between a series of civilizational “zones” of varying degrees of advancement that encircle the planet Earth. One zone is representative of an overtly feminine high civilisation initially coupled by royal marriage to a militant and male civilisation. The novel culminates with the latter, male, civilisation allying with a tribal female realm again following directives from Canopus, and “The Sirian Experiments ” focuses, like Shikasta, on the history of Earth, but from the perspective of visitors from Sirius rather than Canopus. The Sirians are depicted as a highly managed society, with fascist overtones, that attempts experiments on lesser civilisations while trying to mitigate the stagnation of their ruling class. The story is told from the perspective of Ambien II, one of a peer group of five who rule Sirius”