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The Independent. [A Journal of Korean Commerce, Politics, Literature, History and Art]. Seoul, Korea, Saturday, November, 21st- Thursday, December 3rd, 1896.
W.H. Smith. Seoul. 1896. A short run of six consecutive issues of the pioneering nineteenth century Korean newspaper "The Independent" (Tongnip Sinmun), published bilingually in English and Korean from November 21st to December 3rd 1896. This newspaper was founded by the renowned Korean intellectual Soh Jaipil (Philip Jaisohn,1864-1951) and was the first in which Korean-language reports were printed solely in Hangul (Korean phonetic script), making them accessible to a relatively broad readership, including women (Soh was an advocate of political rights for women).
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WHITCOMBE, Eleanor.My Brilliant Career. Final script of the screenplay of the film of the novel by Miles Franklin.
[Together with] A publicity photograph [21x14cm] of Judy Davis, who plays the heroine, Sybylla Melvyn. [Sydney, 1978]: 77 typed pages, printed one side of paper only. Folio, card covers. a little spotting to edges, very good. The 1979 film was directed by Gillian Armstrong and produced by Margaret Fink. The days of filming are hand written throughout [Day 23, Day 41, etc], and on the back cover 'Mon Nov 20 - Fri Nov 24 Michelago Judy - all scenes'. My Brilliant Career was the breakthrough film for Armstrong, Davis, and her co-star Sam Neill.
James Cook. The Method taken for preserving the Health of the Crew of His Majesty’s Ship the Resolution…1776
This collective publication of Transactions of the Royal Society for 1776, running to altogether 53 articles on a rich variety of subjects, includes two original works by James Cook, who appeared in print surprisingly little during his illustrious career. The first piece (pp. 402-6) is Cook’s famous account of the measures taken on the Resolution during the second voyage to combat scurvy, in which he discusses the merits of malt, “Sour Krout”, “portable soup” and citrus fruit. Cook’s piece is addressed to the Royal Society’s president, Sir John Pringle, who read it on Cook’s behalf.
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Orpheé; A Tragedy in one Act and an Interval
COCTEAU, Jean; PICASSO, Pablo; WILDMAN, Carl (Trans.) Orpheé; A Tragedy in one Act and an Interval. London: Oxford University Press, 1933. Pablo Picasso. First English Language Edition. Original cloth. Hardcover : pp. [vi] xi, 43 [1] : frontis by Picasso : photo of Cocteau as Heurtebise : printed on Basingwerk paper : signed by both Cocteau and Picasso at colophon (p.iv), Cocteau has added his signature star : fore-edge untrimmed : black cloth boards lettered in gilt on top board : custom clamshell box in black cloth littered in gilt. Cloth is chipped to all edges. No.24/100. Item #3927.