19 pp.; 27 pp.; 8 1/2 x 11 inches. The original Tibet Society newsletter (1967-68) became the Tibet Society bulletin, which contained both scholarly articles and organizational news; in 1980 the bulletin was discontinued and succeeded by a different publication, the Journal of the Tibet Society, intended to be a refereed publication containing scholarly articles. The Tibet Society newsletter, new series, was revived in 1972 to cover organizational news, information about events, and the like. Information about Tibetan education, social and scholarly issues, including the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives, bibliographies, and a 17 page membership list. See Agehananda Bharati: Tibetan Buddhism in America: the Late Seventies in The Tibet Journal, Vol. 4, No. 3 (Autumn 1979), pp. 3-11.
49 pp. Sm. 8vo. No. 692 of 1000 copies. Francisco Ayala's first narrative fiction after the Spanish Civil War, EL echizado (The Bewitched) is the tale of a Creole man trying to meet King Charles II of Spain (who was known as the Bewitched). It was later incorporated into Los Usurpadores (in 1949), a collection on the theme of lust for power. Very good, uncut, edge worn, light toning, contents fine.