New York: Oxford University Press, 1980. Second Edition, first printing. Touch of spine cocking, else Near Fine and unread in a Very Good price-clipped dust jacket. Jacket shows light rubbing, bumped at the crown, vertical crease to front flap. Previous published by Columbia University, this a collection of criticisms on Indian film from 1896 to the mid-1970's.
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Lausanne, Switzerland: Editions L'Age D'Homme, 1981. First Edition, a trade softcover original. INSCRIBED by Satyajit Ray on the half title page: "For Pierre Goulliard / Satyajit Ray / 1/4/83." Ray's contribution to twentieth century cinema is inestimable, and brought the reality of Indian culture to the world by way of gifted visual storytelling and directorial genius. He only visited America...
London: Secker and Warburg, 1987. First Edition. Fine in a Fine dust jacket. The great Indian filmmaker's first book of stories, remarkable considering the number of unforgettable stories he wrote for his films between 1955 and 1991. Jacket design and interior illustrations by the author. Quite scarce, preceded only by the rare Calcutta edition published by Seagull Books earlier the same year.