The Beloved Land. (Presentation copy: inscribed to Judy Stone by author Vladimir Dedijer, and dated 1963, San Francisco. Also signed by Judy Stone. Additionally, newsclippings and six signed letters from Vladimir Dedijer to Judy Stone; five letters are handwritten, and one is typed.). Vladimir Dedijer.

The Beloved Land. (Presentation copy: inscribed to Judy Stone by author Vladimir Dedijer, and dated 1963, San Francisco. Also signed by Judy Stone. Additionally, newsclippings and six signed letters from Vladimir Dedijer to Judy Stone; five letters are handwritten, and one is typed.)

New York: Simon and Schuster, 1961. Autographed. 8vo. 374 pp. Very Good. Hard Cover. Beige cloth covered boards. Dust Jacket Good, with significant wear and some rips. DJ unclipped. Signed by author on title page. Signed by Judy Stone on front free end paper. Five handwritten signed letters laid in. Plus one typed signed letter laid in, where author is reflecting on the recent loss of his mother.

Provenance: from the Estate of Judy Stone (1924 -2017), The San Francisco Chronicle's movie critic who for two decades was a passionate and articulate advocate for the world of cinema outside Hollywood. Judy Stone started at the San Francisco Chronicle in 1961, putting in 10 years as editor of the Datebook section. She began reviewing films for the paper in 1971, favoring arthouse films.

She was the youngest of four politically minded children whose eldest brother was the great reporter and gadfly I. F. Stone.

She won the Novikoff Award given for "enhancing the public's appreciation of world cinema." Among her publications are "The Mystery of B. Traven" and "Eye on the World," a collection of her interviews with filmmakers from the 1960s to the 1990s. Item #18-9234

Price: $385.00

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