Find The Voices Of Silence by Malraux, Andre at Biblio. Uncommonly good collectible and rare books from uncommonly good booksellers. André Malraux, The Voices of Silence. (translated by Stuart Gilbert), Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday & Company, Pp; ills., 15 in. The Voices of Silence has ratings and 4 reviews. Tom said: I’m just starting this today 10/04/it’s a big mother, but I’ve wanted to read some.

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Showing best matches Show all copies. What makes Biblio different? Sign In Register Help Cart. Copy “B” of 10 presentation copies, inscribed by Malraux to Madame Nelson Doubleday, wife of the publisher, with an authograph quotation below the brief signed inscription. Translated from the French by Stuart Gilbert.

Specially bound in full red morocco, front joint worn. Quarter canvas and stitched signatures with paper label affixed on front wrap. Slight soiling and stains on front wrap, else very near fine. An ungainly format, presumably rare thus and unlikely to have received wide distribution.

Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. Very Good in a Fair price clipped dust jacket.

Previous owner inked front endpage and page following front endpage. Shelf wear to panels. Open tears to crown. Open tear and creasing to lower edge of rear panel. All domestic orders shipped protected in a Box.

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Buy with confidence, excellent customer service! Double Day, NY, Les Voix du silence is a brilliant and well-documented synthesis of the history of art in all countries and through all ages. The work is also a philosophical meditation on art as a supreme expression of human creativity and as one that enables man to transcend the meaningless absurdity and insignificance of his own condition.

A major contribution to art history. Slipcase Very Good with some soiling, dents and dings. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. Voices of Silence Andre Malraux AN; From a mxlraux collection. Mary’s Creek Books Published: AN; From a private collection. Russell Books Andee Condition: Book fine, Dust jacket fine. Book fine, Dust jacket fine. The Voices of Silence. Very good in very good dustwrapper.


ScHardcover and dustwrapper, both a nice copy but rubbed at spine ends and corners, gold stamping silencee front cover and spine of book, dustwrapper sine browned, in a Good slipcase that is rubbed at corners and edges, minor tearing at top corners of opening. This book has been transferred to Between the Covers from another database and might not be described to our usual standards. Please inquire for more voicfs condition information. First Edition Thus; First Printing. Rubbing to base of slipcase.

Chip to jacket crown at spine. Toning to silsnce at spine. Sans slipcase; tape repair to D. Overall, a tight, clean copy of this handsomely produced book. Former owners name on free endpaper. Text is clean and tight. Off spine sun toned. Princeton University Press, A pretty copy in like new daffodil yellow covers.

Pages clean and unmarked. A tight, unopened book. Page ends have age spots.

The Voices of Silence: Man and His Art. by André Malraux

Glossy crisp jacket with little tear at top spine. Heavy and oversized, so please no international shipping without required shipping. Benefits the Friends of the Albany, CA library. Eve’s Book Garden Published: Printed in Paris October Name of former owner on first free endpaper. Very Good in Very Good jacket in protective mylar.

Some wear to bottom board edges and corners; light bumping to corners; page edges browned; some dust staining to top edge of pages; pages browning; some bowing to board. Jacket with some age toning; some wear to edges and corners; mqlraux to spine and edges of panels.

Creasing to the spine with a few dampstains on fore-edge. The Voices of Silence: Blue buckram binding with gold stamped titles. Front hinge is broken; inscription on front endsheet; book eilence loose but intact.

Jacket is in good condition except for a small chip on the top spine and top back; needs to be cleaned, although it is in a Brodart sleeve.

A good reading copy. No statement of printing. Text by Silebce translated by Stuart Gilbert. Includes numerous black and white illustrations. A tight near fine copy in a very good dust jacket with a small chip to the top of the spine, some tanning to the spine and a tear and associated crease to the top of the rear panel and in a very good slipcase that has some minor wear.


Book very good, small stain on slip case. Zigzag Books and Art Published: USA No markings, but with the bookplate to the end paper, Very Good in unclipped Good dust jacket with a couple of closed edge tears. Blue buckram, pp, index. This is the first American eidtion printed in Paris.

Voices of silence

This is an inquiry into the meaning of art. The text is in English.

A heavy oversized book. Princeton, New Jersey, U. Pamela Bakes at Page Two Published: Synopsis, lists of illustrations. Blue cloth, stamped in gilt. A nice copy in price-clipped and and somewhat chipped and soiled dj.

An inquiry into the meaning of all art. Second Life Books Inc Published: Gift dedication sticker on half-title page former holding of Daytona Beach Community College. Insightful, seminal survey tracing the history and techniques of European art, with some attention paid to Asian and primitive cultures.

A summary at the end helps guide the reader through the mammoth reference work by listing topics addressed on each page.

Translated by Stuart Gilbert. Jack flap has T.

The Voices of Silence: Man and His Art. (Abridged from the Psychology of Art)

S initials in corner. Very thick 8vo, blue cloth. Garden City, New York: A very good copy. Argosy Book Store Published: Illustrated with black and white and color plates. Spine cocked, light bowing to boards, very good in a very good dustwrapper with wear to spine ends.

Survey of and inquiry into the meaning of all art. Some edge wear to boards and light soiling to edges; otherwise a solid, clean copy with no marking or underlining; a very good reading copy.