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‎MARSTON SIR CH.‎

Reference : RO40204409

‎LA BIBLE A DIT VRAI‎

‎Plon. 1956. In-12 Carré. Relié, Jaquette. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais. 335 pages. Illustré de nombreux dessins et photos en noir et blanc dans le texte.‎


‎'D'un monde à l'autre', La collection des découvertes. Traduit de l'anglais par Luce Clarence. Edition revue par Patrice Boussel.‎

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‎MARSTON sir Ch.‎

Reference : 15455

‎La bible à dit vrai. Ed. revue et mise à jour par P. Boussel.‎

‎P., Plon (d'un monde à l'autre), 1958, 14x19, 335, rel. éd. (jaquette). Illust. n-b. Cartes. 450 g.‎


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‎MARSTON Sir. Ch.‎

Reference : 2412

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‎[Gruel & Engelmann] - ‎ ‎MARTHA, Abbé‎

Reference : 48205

(1880)

‎Les Saints Evangiles, traduits et annotés par l'Abbé Martha‎

‎Avec une Introduction, tirée des Oeuvres de Bossuet, 1 vol. in-12 reliure demi-maroquin à coins Bordeaux, Gruel & Engelmann, Paris, 1880, ‎


‎Etat très satisfaisant (rel. lég. frottée, petit accroc à un feuillet sans manque, bon état par ailleurs)‎

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‎MARTHE REYMOND‎

Reference : R260130845

‎LES MERVEILLEUSES HISTOIRES DE LA BIBLE. TOME I. FIGURES DE L'ANCIEN TESTAMENT.‎

‎EDITIONS DE FOI ET VIE. 1921. In-12 Carré. Cartonné. Etat d'usage. Coins frottés. Dos fané. Intérieur frais. 106 pages. Dos de toile rouge. Titres dorés. Illustrations en couleurs contrecollée sur le premier plat de fond rouge. Nombreuses planches d'illustrations en couleurs. Petites auréoles d'encre sur la couverture.‎


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‎MARTHE REYMOND‎

Reference : R260130756

‎LES MERVEILLEUSES HISTOIRES DE LA BIBLE. TOME II. RECITS DU NOUVEAU TESTAMENT.‎

‎EDITIONS DE FOI ET VIE. 1921. In-12 Carré. Cartonné. Etat d'usage. Couv. légèrement passée. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais. 111 pages. Dos de toile rouge. Titres dorés. Illustrations en couleurs contrecollée sur le premier plat de fond rouge. Nombreuses planches d'illustrations en couleurs.‎


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‎MARTIN DAVID‎

Reference : R320029576

‎LE NOUVEAU TESTAMENT - C'EST A DIRE LA NOUVELLE ALLIANCE DE NOTRE SEIGNEUR JESUS CHRIST - LE TOUT REVEU SUR LES ORIGINAUX ET RETOUCHE DANS LE LANGAGE - AVEC DES PARALLELES ET DES SOMMAIRES.‎

‎FRERES KORTE. 1750. In-12 Carré. Broché. Etat d'usage. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Intérieur acceptable. 302 PAGES - Texte sur 2 colonnes - Pages de garde partiellement coupées - Plats et coins frottés - Dos a 5 nerfs - Nombreuses épidermures - Coiffes en tete et pied abimées.‎


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‎MARTIN DAVID‎

Reference : R240065602

‎LE NOUVEAU TESTAMENT C'EST A DIRE LA NOUVELLE ALLIANCE DE NOSTRE SEIGNEUR JESUS CHRIST REVUE SUR L'ORIGINAL ET RETOUCHE DANS LE LANGAGE AVEC DE PETITES NOTES MARGINALES PAR DAVID MARTIN + LES PSAUMES DE DAVID MIS EN VERS FRANCOIS.‎

‎CHEZ FRANCOIS HALMA/CHEZ THEODORE HAAK SAMUEL LUCHTMANS & JACQUES DE POOLSUM. 1716-1731. In-8 Carré. Cartonné. Etat passable. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Intérieur acceptable. 647 + 150 + 96 pages - plats très abîmés, défraîchie - coins très frottés - dos abîmé - ouvrage partiellement désolidarisé - quelques rousseurs sans réelle conséquence sur la lecture - nombreuses phrases musicales - 5 photos disponibles - annotations sur le 1er contre plat.‎


‎LES PSAUMES DE DAVID MIS EN VERS FRANCOIS REVUES ET APPROUVEZ AVEC LA PROSE A COTE ET LES ARGUMENS SUR CHAQUE PSEAUME AVEC QUIZE CANTIQUES QUE L'ON PEUT CHANTER EN FAMILLE DANS LES PRINCIPALES SOLEMNITEZ DE L'EGLISE -‎

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‎MARTIN DE NOIRLIEU‎

Reference : RO20172559

‎LA BIBLE DE L'ENFANCE OU L'HISTOIRE DE L' ANCIEN TESTAMENT - TOME 1.‎

‎GAUME FRERES. 1836. In-32 Carré. Cartonné. Etat d'usage. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Intérieur frais. 128 pages - page de titre illustré en noir et blanc - plats partiellements desoldarisés - quelques rousseurs sur le 1er plat alterant legerement la lecture.‎


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‎MARTIN F. (Abbé)‎

Reference : 20901

‎Les Omrides, préface historique à l'Athalie de Racine.‎

‎Paris, Delhomme et Briguet, 1894. 14 x 23, 368 pp., broché, illustrations, tableaux généalogiques, cartes, broché, non coupé, bon état (quelques rares et légères rousseurs).‎


‎prêtre du diocèse d'Orléans.‎

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‎MARTIN JOEL‎

Reference : RO40131208

‎LA BIBLE DU CONTREPET‎

‎ISBN : 2221097009. Robert Laffont. 2003. In-8 Carré. Broché. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais. 938 pages.‎


‎'Bouquins', collection dir. par Guy Schoeller. 2000 contrepèteries du poatrimoine. 18000 contrepèteries nouvelles.‎

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‎MARTIN Joel‎

Reference : 47147

‎La Bible du Contrepet‎

‎Robert Laffont.2003.In-8,couv.souple ill.en couleurs.938 p.‎


‎BE.‎

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‎MARTIN JOEL‎

Reference : R200029918

‎LA BIBLE DU CONTREPET - UNE BIBLE QUI COMPTE POUR DECALER LES SONS - 2000 CONTREPETERIES DU PATRIMOINE / 18 000 CONTREPETERIES NOUVELLES.‎

‎ISBN : 2221097009. ROBERT LAFFONT. 2003. In-8 Carré. Broché. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais. 938 pages.‎


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‎MARTIN Joël ..//.. Joël Martin.‎

Reference : 10104

(2003)

‎La bible du contrepet. 2 000 contrepèteries du patrimoine. 18 000 contrepèteries nouvelles.‎

‎Paris, Robert Laffont, 2003, 1 volume, fort in-8, cartonnage souple éditeur, XVI-938 p. + table. De la collection "Bouquins". Classement par thèmes, notes et sources en bas de pages, solutions en seconde partie du volume. Infimes défauts.‎


‎ Bel exemplaire. ************* Remise 20 % pour toute commande supérieure à 100 €, frais d'envoi gratuits en courrier suivi et assurance à partir de 30 € d'achat (France seulement).‎

Yves Oziol

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‎MARTIN-MAGNENAT Colette‎

Reference : ROD0040840

(1983)

‎La transforme ou la bible à l'an vert‎

‎Michel Bettex. 1983. In-12. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 185 p.. . . . Classification Dewey : 220-Bible‎


‎Collection Femmes.‎

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‎MARTIN-MAGNENAT COLETTE‎

Reference : RO80145991

‎La Transforme, ou la Bible à l'an vert.‎

‎BETTEX Michel. 30 nov. 1983. In-12 Carré. Broché. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais. 185 pages.‎


‎Collection "Femmes"‎

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‎MARTIN-VALAT Pierre‎

Reference : 133264

(2006)

ISBN : 2204079243

‎Symboles bibliques en littérature‎

‎ Cerf 2006, In-8 broché, 192 pages. Envoi de l'auteur. Très bon état.‎


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‎MARTON Sir Ch. ‎

Reference : 20206

‎La bible à dit vrai. Edition revue et mise à jour par P. Boussel.‎

‎P., Plon (d'un monde à l'autre), 1956, 14x19, 335, rel. éd. (jaquette, cachets de biblio.). Illust. n-b. et cartes. 460 g.‎


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‎MARTSON Sir Ch.‎

Reference : 9991

‎La Bible a dit vrai.‎

‎P., Plon ("D'un monde à l'autre"), 1956, 14x19, 335, rel. éd. (sans la jaquette). 62 illust. in-texte et 62 illust n-b. h.-t. et 6 cartes. 440 g.‎


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‎MARX, KARL. - [FIRST TRANSLATION INTO ANY LANGUAGE OF "THE BIBLE OF MARXISM" - WITH A MOST INTERESTING PROVENANCE]‎

Reference : 55863

‎Kapital. Kritika politicheskoj ekonomii. Perevod c nmetskago. Tom pervoej. Kniga I. Protschess proizvodstva Kapitala. (Russian, = The Capital. Critique of the Political Economy. Translated from German. Volume One. Book I [all].).‎

‎S.-Peterburg, N.I. Poliakov, 1872. Large 8vo. Nice contemporary Russian diced half calf binding with gilt title to spine. Previous owner's name ["Stanislav Strumilin", famous Soviet economist]. Occasional light marginal underlinings in pencil throughout. An unusally nice copy. (2), XIII, (3), 678 pp. First Russian edition (first issue, with the issue-pointers), being the first translation into any language, of Marx' immensely influential main work, probably the greatest revolutionary work of the nineteenth century.<br><br>The present copy has a most interesting provenance, namely that of Stanislav Strumilin (1877-1974). He played a leading role in the analysis of the planned economy of the Soviet type, including modeling, development of the five year plans and calculation of national income. His particular contributions include the "Strumilin index", a measure of labor productivity, and the "norm coefficient", relating to analysis of investment activity. In the sixties he gained an international reputation in the field of the economics of education following the publication of "The economics of education in the USSR" by UNESCO.<br><br>Marx' groundbreaking "Das Kapital" originally appeared in German in 1867, and only the first part of the work appeared in Marx' lifetime. The very first foreign translation of the work was that into Russian, which, considering Russian censorship at the time, would seem a very unlikely event. But as it happened, "Das Kapital" actually came to enjoy greater renown in Russia than in any other country; for many varying reasons, it won a warm reception in many political quarters in Russia, and it enjoyed a totally unexpected rapid and widespread success. <br><br>The first Russian translation of "Das Kapital" came to have a profound influence the economic development of of Russia. It was frequently quoted in the most important economic and political discussions on how to industrialize Russia and the essential points of the work were seen by many as the essential questions for an industrializing Russia. " "Das Kapital" arrived in Russia just at the moment that the Russian economy was recovering from the slump that followed Emancipation and was beginning to assume capitalist characteristics. Industrialization raised in the minds of the intelligentsia the question of their country's economic destiny. And it was precisely this concern that drew Mikhailovsky and many of the "intelligenty" to "Das Kapital"." (Resis, p. 232).<br><br>The story of how the first printing of the first translation of "Das Kapital" came about, is quite unexpected. As the "triumph of Marxism in backward Russia is commonly regarded as a historical anomaly" (Resis, p. 221), so is the triumph of the first Russian edition of "Das Kapital". <br><br>The main credit for the coming to be of the translation of "Das Kapital" must be given to Nicolai Danielson, later a highly important economist in his own right. The idea came from a circle of revolutionary youths in St. Petersburg, including N.F. Danielson, G.A. Lopatin, M.F. Negreskul, and N.N. Liubavin, all four of whom participated in the project. Danielson had read the work shortly after its publication and it had made such an impact on him that he decided to make it available to the Russian reading public. He persuaded N.I. Poliakov to run the risk of publishing it. "Poliakov, the publisher, specialized in publishing authors, Russian and foreign, considered dangerous by the authorities. Poliakov also frequently subsidized revolutionaries by commissioning them to do translations for his publishing house. Diffusion of advanced ideas rather than profit was no doubt his primary motive in publishing the book." (Resis, p. 222). Owing to Danielson's initiative, Poliakov engaged first Bakunin, and then Lopatin to do the translation. Danielson himself finished the translation and saw the work through press. It was undeniably his leadership that brought Marx to the Russian reading public. In fact, with the first Russian edition of "Das Kapital", Danielson was responsible for the first public success of the revolutionizing work. <br><br>"Few scholars today would deny that "Das Kapital" has had an enormous effect on history in the past hundred years. Nonetheless, when the book was published in Hamburg on September 5, 1867, it made scarcely a stir, except among German revolutionaries. Marx complained that his work was greeted by "a conspiracy of silence" on the part of "a pack of liberals and vulgar economists." However desperately he contrived to provoke established economists to take up "Das Kapital"'s challenge to their work, his efforts came to nought. But in October 1868 Marx received good news from an unexpected source. From Nikolai Frantsevich Danielson, a young economist employed by the St. Petersburg Mutual Credit Society, came a letter informing Marx that N. P. Poliakov, a publisher of that city, desired to publish a Russian translation of the first volume of "Das Kapital"; moreover, he also wanted to publish the forthcoming second volume. Danielson, the publisher's representative, requested that Marx send him the proofs of volume 2 as they came off the press so that Poliakov could publish both volumes simultaneously. Marx replied immediately. The publication of a Russian edition of volume 1, he wrote, should not be held up, because the completion of volume 2 might be delayed by some six months [in fact, it did not appear in Marx' life-time and was only published ab. 17 years later, in 1885]; and in any case volume 1 represented an independent whole. Danielson proceeded at once to set the project in motion. Nearly four years passed, however, before a Russian translation appeared. Indeed, a year passed before the translation was even begun, and four translators tried their hand at it before Danielson was able to send the manuscript to the printers in late December 1871." (Resis, pp. 221-22). <br><br>This explains how the book came to be translated, but how did this main work of revolutionary thought escape the rigid Russian censors? <br><br>"By an odd quirk of history the first foreign translation of "Das Kapital" to appear was the Russian, which Petersburgers found in their bookshops early in April 1872. Giving his imprimatur, the censor, one Skuratov, had written "few people in Russia will read it, and still fewer will understand it." He was wrong: the edition of three thousand sold out quickly; and in 1880 Marx was writing to his friend F.A. Sorge that "our success is still greater in Russia, where "Kapital" is read and appreciated more than anywhere else." (PMM 359, p.218). <br><br>Astonishingly, Within six weeks of the publication date, nine hundred copies of the edition of three thousand had already been sold.<br><br>"Under the new laws on the press, "Das Kapital" could have been proscribed on any number of grounds. The Temporary Rules held, for example, that censorship must not permit publication of works that "expound the harmful doctrines of socialism or communism" or works that "rouse enmity and hatred of one class for another." The Board of Censors of Foreign Publications was specifically instructed to prohibit importation of works contrary to the tenets of the Orthodox Church or works that led to atheism, materialism, or disrespect for Scriptures. Nor did the recent fate of the works of Marx and Engels at the hands of the censors offer much hope that "Das Kapital" would pass censorship. As recently as August 11, the censors of foreign works had decided to ban importation of Engels' "Die Lage der arbeitenden Klassen in England", and, according to Lopatin, the censors reprimanded Poliakov for daring to run announcements on book jackets of the forthcoming publication of "Das Kapital". By 1872 the censors had prohibited the importation and circulation of all works by Marx and Engels except one - "Das Kapital". The book, as we shall see, had already won some recognition in Russia shortly after its publication in Germany. Not until 1871, however, did the censors render a judgment on the book, when the Central Committee of Censors of Foreign Publications, on the recommendation of its reader, permitted importation and circulation of the book both in the original language and in translation. The official reader had described the book as "a difficult, inaccessible, strictly scientific work," implying that it could scarcely pose a danger to the state. [...] The length and complexity of the book prompted the office to divide the task of scrutinizing it between two readers, D. Skuratov, who read the first half of the book, and A. De-Roberti, who read the last half. Skuratov dutifully listed objectionable socialist and antireligious passages, taking special note of Marx's harsh attack on the land reforms General Kiselev had instituted in the Danubian Principalities. But in his report Skuratov dismissed these attacks as harmless, since they were imbedded in a "colossal mass of abstruse, somewhat obscure politico-economic argumentation." Indeed, he regarded the work as its own best antidote to sedition. "It can be confidently stated," he wrote, "that in Russia few will read it and even fewer will understand it." Second, he said, the book could do little harm. Since the book attacked a system rather than individual persons, Skuratov implied that the book would not incite acts threatening the safety of the royal family and government officials. Third, he believed that the argument of the book did not apply to Russia. Marx attacked the unbridled competition practiced in the British factory system, and such attacks, Skuratov asserted, could find no target in Russia because the tsarist regime did not pursue a policy of laissez faire. Indeed, at that very moment, Skuratov stated, a special commission had drafted a plan that "as zealously protects the workers' well-being from abuses on the part of the employers as it protects the employers' interests against lack of discipline and nonfulfillment of obligations on the part of the workers." Repeating most of Skuratov's views, De-Roberti also noted that the book contained a good account of the impact of the factory system and the system of unpaid labor time that prevailed in the West. In spite of the obvious socialist tendency of the book, he concluded, a court case could scarcely be made against it, because the censors of foreign works had already agreed to permit importation and circulation of the German edition. With the last barrier removed, on March 27, 1872, the Russian translation of "Das Kapital" went on sale in the Russian Empire. The publisher, translators, and advocates of the book had persevered in the project for nearly four years until they were finally able to bring the book to the Russian reading public." (Resis, pp. 220-22). <br><br>The Russian authorities quickly realized, however, that Skuratov's statement could not have been more wrong, and the planned second edition of the Russian translation was forbidden; thus it came to be published in New York, in 1890. That second edition is nearly identical to the first, which can be distinguished by the misplaced comma opposite "p. 73" in the table of contents (replaced by a full stop in the 2nd ed.) and the "e" at the end of l. 40 on p. 65 (replaced by a "c" in the 2nd ed.). A third edition, translated from the fourth German edition, appeared in 1898. Volumes 2 and 3 of "Das Kapital" appeared in Russian translation, also by Danielson, in 1885 and 1896.<br><br>See: Albert Resis, Das Kapital Comes to Russia, in: Slavic Review, Vol. 29, No. 2 (Jun., 1970), pp. 219-237.‎


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‎MARY JUERGUENS‎

Reference : RO30003450

‎MA PETITE HISTOIRE SAINTE‎

‎Gautier-Languereau. 1954. In-12 Carré. Broché. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Quelques rousseurs. Environ 15 pages entièrement illustrées en couleur par Bruno Frost, cartonnage éditeur.‎


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‎MASSON (Charles).-‎

Reference : 38033

‎Les Paraboles de Marc IV. Avec une Introduction à l'explication des Evangiles.‎

‎ Neuchatel et P., Delachaux et Niestlé (Cahiers Théologiques de l'Actualité Protestante, n°11), 1945, in 8° broché, 55 pages. ‎


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‎MASSON MICHEL‎

Reference : RO40221511

‎ELIE, OU L'APPEL DU SILENCE‎

‎ISBN : 2204043796. Le Cerf. 1992. In-12 Carré. Broché. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais. 237 pages.‎


‎'Parole présente'.‎

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‎MATALENE (Abbé P.).‎

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Le Jardin des Muses

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‎MATHIEU CH.‎

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‎HEURES ILLUSTREES‎

‎Laplace, Sanchez et Cie. non daté. In-8 Carré. Broché. Etat d'usage. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Quelques rousseurs. 180 pages, toutes les pages sont illustrées en couleur, gravures couleur hors texte, tranches dorées, dos et plats manquants.‎


‎Cet ouvrage a été illustré par Ch. Mathieu et terminé par MM. Gsell & G. Régamey.‎

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