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    London: Hamish Hamilton, 1987 (1987). Publisher’s clothed hardcover with fine dustjacket. XVII, 680 pages. Fine clean copy

  • 300,00 kr.

    Geschlecht und Charakter. Eine prinzipielle Untersuchung. 17. Auflage. Vienna & Leipzig: Braumüller, 1918. Original hardcover. XXIII, 599 pp. Binding slightly rubbed only. Name to front pastedown else clean and overall a very good copy First edition, 17th printing in the original publishers hardcover, with frontispiece photo Otto Weininger was a…

  • 400,00 kr.

    Palma de Mallorca: Casal Solleric, 2011. Tall and heavy 4to in french wraps as issued. 328 pages, profusedly illustrated, mainly in color. All the text is in both Catalan, English, and Spanish. Minor discoloring to edges else clean and very good tight copy The catalog of the 2011 retrospective museum…

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    Teleny, or, The Reverse of the Medal, is a pornographic novel, first published in London in 1893. The authorship of the work is unknown. There is a consensus that it was an ensemble effort, but it has often been attributed to Oscar Wilde. Set in fin-de-siècle Paris, its concerns are the magnetic attraction and passionate though ultimately tragic affair between a young Frenchman named Camille Des Grieux and the Hungarian pianist René Teleny. The novel is one of the earliest pieces of English-language pornography that focuses explicitly and near-exclusively on homosexuality. This example is a rare first French translation handbound in a pair of exquisite deep violet morocco leather volumes!

  • 345,00 kr.

    PICKLES (Stephen Pickles): QUEENS. London: Quartet Books, 1984. Hardcover, w jacket. 289 pp. Minor wear to exterior. Overall a very good copy. 1st edition Queens is a novel, written in 1984 by Stephen Pickles, who at the time was working as an editor at Quartet Books, the publisher of the…

  • 200,00 kr.

    London & Philadelphia: Associated University Presses / The Art Alliance Press, 1977. Publishers clothbound hardcover with fine unclipped dustjacket, 174 pages, illus., fine/fine First edition Important monograph on Cocteau and his Orpheus Trilogu: “The most singular and extended project of Cocteau’s œuvre is the Orphic trilogy, three films which take…

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    Peter Hujar. A Retrospective. Edited by Urs Stahel and Hripsimé Visser. ENGLISH VERSION. Berlin / Zürich / New York: Scalo Publisher’s, 1994. 4to. Original hardcover with dustjacket. 207 pp. Illustrated throughout with black and white photographs. Introductory text in English. Name of previous owner handwritten to front innercover but hidden…

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    What makes the work of the American experimental writer Kathy Acker so utterly relevant today, almost thirty years after her passing? The articles collected in this volume aim to provide answers to this question. Indeed, through studies of both Acker’s published and unpublished works, analyses of her writing process, and pieces blurring the boundaries between critical and creative writing, these articles map the writer’s body of works and weave webs the way the “Black Tarantula” would. Kathy Acker was part of a tradition of literary radicals and rebels of the 20th century avant-garde that flourished in the Counterculture and continued in the punk culture. Through acts of literary piracy and shock tactics, she unveiled and stood against techniques of domination and control. Indeed, she appropriated others’ texts, subverted genres and genders and thus challenged the rigidity of meaning and identity to allow them to fluctuate and flow. These texts confirm the central roles of both body and language in Acker’s works as spaces of friction between power and liberation and position the writer as a radical practitioner, a visionary.

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    American author Kathy Acker was one of the most influential writers of the 20th century. Working through an experimental and avant-garde tradition, she wrote numerous novels, essays, poems, and novellas from the early 1970s to the late 1990s. As a postmodernist, plagiarist, and post-punk feminist, she continues to inspire generations of writers, philosophers, and artists

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    American author Kathy Acker was one of the most influential writers of the 20th century. Working through an experimental and avant-garde tradition, she wrote numerous novels, essays, poems, and novellas from the early 1970s to the late 1990s. As a postmodernist, plagiarist, and post-punk feminist, she continues to inspire generations of writers, philosophers, and artists. The book GET RID OF MEANING, edited by Anja Casser and Matias Viegener, is the first comprehensive publication on Acker’s work from an artistic and literary perspective. It includes previously unpublished material from Acker’s personal archive and other collections. The publication is the compilation of a multipart research project including an exhibition and a symposium at Badischer Kunstverein in Karlsruhe

    Centered in a 1:1 format on Acker’s notebooks for Blood and Guts in High SchoolGET RID OF MEANING allows readers and researchers to immerse themselves in a conversation between Kathy Acker’s work and her readers, commentators, and heirs

    Text: Kathy Acker, Dodie Bellamy, Hanjo Berressem, Ruth Buchanan, Anja Casser, Georgina Colby, Leslie Dick, Claire Finch, Johnny Golding, Anja Kirschner, Chris Kraus, Sylvère Lotringer, Douglas A. Martin, Jason McBride, Karolin Meunier and Kerstin Stakemeier, Avital Ronell, Daniel Schulz, Matias Viegener , McKenzie Wark.

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    American author Kathy Acker was one of the most influential writers of the 20th century. Working through an experimental and avant-garde tradition, she wrote numerous novels, essays, poems, and novellas from the early 1970s to the late 1990s. As a postmodernist, plagiarist, and post-punk feminist, she continues to inspire generations of writers, philosophers, and artists