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SELANJUTNYA AKAN DI ADD BEBERAPA KOLEKSI BUKU PENGARANG TERKENAL LAINNYA,(aFTER THIS ALSO ADD THE OTHER FAMOUS AUTHOR BOOKS ) SEPERTI-LIKE :MARGARET MITCHELL’S gONE WIHT THE WIND, WALT DISNEY’S MYKEY MOUSE, ETC.
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FAB-buku karangan pengarang terkenal, merupakan serial artikel lengkap dengan illustrasi sejarah pengarang dan terbitan buku yang terkenal hasil karangan penulis tersohr tersebut, buat serial pertama The Adventure of Tom sawyer karangan Mark Twain, buku ini sangat terkenal diluar negeri sehingga sepantasnya kolektor buku Indonesia dan kalangan pemuda dan anak Indnesia sebaiknya membacanya sehingga apabila memain kan game computer nantinya dapat berjalan dengan lancar serta meresap didalam kalbu. Saya sarankan agar seluruh pemain game komputer sebelum memainkan gamenya lebih dulu cari cerita aslinya(I sugesst all gamers before play the game read the original story ) click hhto//www iwansuwandy.wrodpress.com serach Femous .Author Book
CHAPTER ONE: DEFOE’S THEADVENTURE OF TOM SAWYER
1. THE ILLUSTRATION IN THE BOOK
CHAPTER TWO:”MARGARET MITCHELL GONE WITH THE WIND”
RBC-GONE WITH THE WIND
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My first issued Gone the Wind Book.
The Magaret Mitchell desk and her autograph
MARGARET MITCHELLPROFILE, THE AUTHOR OF GONE WITH THE WIND
The vintage famous Book writer Margaret Mitchell only write one book about her own private story, and after
was being the based on Film with the same name ,staring by Clark Gable and Jean Harlow (as Scarlet O Hara), this book became popular. One month ago I have found the first printing hardcover book of this story,printing by the Macmillan Company New York, but in this hardcover book no picture illustrations, that is why I am starting to seeking the related collections , and I onlyhave one The Special Coca Cola trade Card series 4 1995 look at the picture below front and back.
a.In the Front
b.In the back we can read the Coca Cola propaganda like this :
Series 4 The Coca Colla Collections
CLARK GABLE 7 JEAN HARLOW
This card feautures a photograph of famous Hollywood celebrities Clark Gable and Jean Harlow on a movie set in 1932.While taking a break from filming a movie, for refresment they relax and enjoy a glass of ice-cold Coca-Cola.During this era,these two stars the top box-office attractions in America.
THE GONE WITH THE WIND CIGARET TRADE CARD
To know more informations about this book and film, I read the book and write some interesting story
Scarlet O Hara was not beautiful, but men seldom realized it when caught by her charm as the Tarleton twins were. In her face were too sharply blended the delicate feautures of her mother. a Coast aristocrat of French descent and the heavy ones of her florid Irish father,But it was an arresting face,pointed of chin,square of jaw. Her eyes were pale green without a touch of hazel,starred with bistly black lashes and slightly tilted at the end.Above them, her thick black brows slantes upward,cutting a startling oblique line in her magnolia-white skin-that skin so prized by Southren women and so carefully guarded with bonnets,veils and mittens against hot Georgia sun.
When the twins left Scarlet standing on the porch of Tara and the last sound of flying hooves had died away, she went back to her chair like a sleepwalkers. Her face stiff as from pain and her mouth actually hurt from having strectched it,unwillingly,in smiles to prevent the twins from learning her secret. She sat down wearily,tucking one foot under her bosom,it beat with odd little jerks,her hands were cold, and a feeling of disaster opressed her.
Lying in the bed with the moonlight streaming climly over her.she pictured the whole scene in her mind,She saw the look of surprise and hapiness that would come over his face when he realized that she really loved him, and she heard the words he would say asking her to be his wife (page 49)
Charles was not excited over the proepect of marrying her,for she stirred in him none of the emotions of wild romance that he beloved books had assured him were proper for a lover. He had always yearned to be loved by some beautiful,dashing craeture full of fire and mischief. And here was Scarlet O’Hara teasing him about breaking her heart!(page 65-66)
Charles gave a swift look about him, drew in his breath, stiffened the muscles of his stomach.they were practically alone and he might never get another such opportunity. And,even given another such God sent occasion, his courage might fail him.’Miss O’Hara -I must tell you I-I love you!”Um?’ said Scarlet absently,trying to peer through the crowd of arguing men to where Ashly still sat talking at Melanie’s feet.’Yes!” whispered Charles,in arapture that she had neither laughed,screamed nor fainted,as he had always imagined young girls did under circumstances.’I love you! you are the most -the most- ‘ and he found his tounge for the first time in his life”The most beautiful girl I’ve ever known and the sweetest and the kindest,and you have the daerest ways and I love you with all my heart. I cannot hope taht you could love anyone like me but my dear Miss O’Hara,if you can give me any encouragement, I will do anything in the world to make you love me-I will-‘ Charles stopped, for he couldn’t think of anything diffiicult enough of accomplishment to relly prove to Scarlett the depth of his feeling, so he siad simply’I want to marry you’.(page 72)
THE TRADE CARD COLLECTIONS
(1) COCA COLLA TRADE CARD 1995
He sat clutching her hand,his mouth wide open. Watching him from unddr her alshes,Scarlet thought detachedly that he looked like a gigged frog. He stuttered several times,closed his mouth and open it again,and again became granium colored. ‘Can you possibly love me?’ She said nothing but looked down into her laps, and Charles was thrown into new states of ectasy and embaraaament.Perhaps a man should not asked a girl such a question. Perhaps it would be unmiadenly for her to answer it. Having never possesed the courage to get himself into such a situation before,Charles was at aloss as to how to act. he wanted to shout and to sing and to kiss her and to caper about the lawn and then run tell everyone,black and white ,that she loved him. But he only squeezed her hand until he drove her rings into the flesh.’You will marry me soon,Miss Scarlet?’ “Um’she said,fingering a fold of her dress.(page 85)
CAPTER THREE: ” THE WALT DISNEY’S MYKEYMOUSE BOOK 1939″
:”The Vintage Disney Pinocchio Book 1939″
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THE RARE DISNEY PINOCCHIO BOOK 1939
This rare Walt Disney Pinoccchio Paint Book was the original illustration from The Walt Disney Motion picture , Whitan Publishing Cmpany,Racine,Wiscosin. Copyright 1939 by Walt Disney Productions ,Printed in USA.
This rare book divided in two part one the Pinnocchio illustrations for painted and the other The Story of Pinnochio.
(copyright was overrtime,that is why the bookowner Dr Iwan S who found this rare book at Jakarta in 1995, not forbidden to show the info and illustrations,this book still in fine conditions and never used (no painted) maybe this is the sampling book. very difficult to foun dthis book becauseduring world War II Dai Nippn will burned all his USA enemy document and book)
cOMPLETE STORY FOR PRE,IUM MEMEBR ONLY
CHAPTER FOUR”MODOGLIANI TAPANULI BOOK 1896″
native Battaks Earing
native Battaks Waeving
Native Battaks Textile Fabric
native Battaks Picture Postcard late19th century
A. INTRO (Dr Iwan Notes)
1. This rare Info and illus.of Tapian-Nauli (now Tapanuli, Tapian means beach and nauli-beutiful) were post special fro my new friend which his homeland at Tapanuli, Mr Horatio Simadjuntak, I hope your comment , Are this is the first time you read and look at the nice and rare illustrations of your homeland? and please tell your native Tapanuli friends to click this info.This story also fr my best friend who have help me much in finding the uniquecollection,thankyou Mr Herry Hutabarat, mr Aris Siregar.and also my new friend just met at Periplus Book Store Kepala Gading Jakarta this afternoon MRS BUTET.
2. The informations from two rare vintage 19th century books, two Vintage book 1938, and Dr iwan S.collections related with the Tapian-Nauli. faound during my visit in 1974 ,read the adventure of Dr iwan s from Solok to Tapanuli with My Toyota Corona 1974.
3. I have ever seen many vintage collections at the Parapat shop in 197, but in 1996 nothing exist anymore, many were bougth by a psychiates from medan ,he made the Museum and write a book,later together with the Franch, I have that book. I also still have the new Battaks Toba statue produced in 1974, but now no best quality anymore, the native older Battaks Samosir islan Toba lake I think were passed away and no young generations made the ethnic statue anymore, please the Tapanuli young generations click this info and starting to reproduced for tourism, because many froreigner still collect the new items, in 1985 I have sold many small statue in $10,-per item which I bought only $1.-, i still keep some best statue.-
B. THE ETHNOGRAPHICAL COLLECTIONS
(Formed By Dr Elio Modigliani During his Recent Explorations in Tapanuli, Giglioli -vice president of Anhropological Society of Italia, Schmeltz JDE,Leiden,1893)
1. The Adventure of Dr Modigliani in the Battaks land.
Dr E.Modigliani,who hqd earned for himself so distinguished a place among our foremost scientific travellers by his bold and successful exploration of Battaks, has proved himself not to be one of those who are content to ‘rest on their laurels’.
He had scarcely finished seeing his splendid volume on the result of his first exploration therough the press, when he bagan to long to be on the field again; his glimpse of Sumatra had left an ardent wish to see more of that beautiful and yet partly mysterious land, the legendary Lake Toba and The Battaks tribe who live on its shore, a nation of lettered cannibals, had for him a endeavour to open out a filed as yet untrodden by the Scientist.
After careful preparation, which are so large a part of successs in such undertakings, Dr Modigliani left Florence in August 1890; he had secured the services of Abdul Kerim an alble Persian collector and taxidermist, who had done good services with arquis G.Doria in Persia, Borneo and Tunis, and thus made sure of the Zoological Collections in order to be able to devote more time to geographical and ethnological researches.
Early in October he was at Siboga; there he heard that war was going on in the Toba region, the Singa manga Rajah , head chief and religious primate of the Battaks who had already given so much truble to the Dutch, was again coming to the front, and this time in connection with the Atchinese from the north- an alliance of hereditary foes, for the Battaks have always repulsed the Mohammedan Malays, against the invading Whites. But this did not deter Modigliani from his object; by the middle of October he was at Balige on the shores of Lake Toba and on the edge of the wild and unexplored Battaks country, the Land of his dream.
The Dutch Colonial Authorities were quite willin to give their aid and support to our Treveller, as long as he kept within the bounderies of the subjugated tribes;but beyond, evidently feeling that tey could no longer protect him, they did not wish him t go. This would however have singulary curtailed his explorations, and greatly dimished the importance and interest of his researches; the uknown was beyond those bounderies!Whilst at Balige came in contact with several influential Chief; he was asked who was his chief, and by answering’Rajah Roma’ quite unwittingly he gave himself a powerful lift and grew great in the eyes of the Toba Battaks. For it appears that withthem a Rajah Roma is a great and mystic personage (perhaps Modigliani thinks a derivation of Roma;anyway of Rajah Rom our traveller was able to penetrate into the heart of independent Battak country, where in all probability, no other European wold have been able to go; and many were the things he Had no promise in Rajah Rom name, and many presents and great the aid he got as envoy. But to this Modigliani was obliged to leave his resident secretly , and in this he was greatly helped by the Guru Somalaing a Battak patriot (fig 2)
and a learned man amonst them, who accompanied our traveller in his adventures journey and faithfully protected him, saving him on several occasions from imminent danger,besides letting him into manya secret of Battak folklore.
With Guru Somalaing and a few followers, Modigliani travelled right through the land of the independent Battaks, cutting across Sumatra by a new route , on the way he discovered the wnderful Sumatra Niagara (Sigura-gura ?) , the Native name of which is Martua Sapuran Si-arimo; he reach the east coast of the island at bandar Pulo near Tanjong Balei, and renamed to lake Toba by a different route. He was away on this journey about a month on his retrurn the Dutch Colonial Authorities informed him that they could not allow him to cross again into the independent Battaks country, and that if he attempted to they would have to ask him toleave. This was a sore disappointment, altough Modigliani had indeed made the very best of his time and opportunities; however decided to leave the Toba highlands, and was back to Siboga on the west coast by the middle of March 1891.
I thought it necessary to give this concise introductive account of Dr Modiglianis exploration before my notes on the very important ethnographical collections he has brought back. I must also add that he has quite recently published an a ccount of his travels in the land of the Battaks, splendidly got up and profusely illustrated, these illustrations carefully taken from original photographs or drawn from the specimen collected, gave a special value to Modiglianis important conclusion to our knwledge of the hiertho little known Natives of that prtion of Central Sumatra, I have to thank my friend for the loan of some of them which engance the interest of my paper. The matter contained in Modiglianis recent book formed the subject of two lectures he delivered last year, the first on the 6th of February before H.M.the Queen of Italy, and the Italian Geographical Society at Rome; the second before H.R.H the Duke of Aosta and the Anthrophological Society of Italy on the 13th of March at Florence.
These notes of mine about The Toba and Independent Battas of Central Sumatra.:
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