New York: Holiday House, (2001), First Edition. large octavo, white boards in dust jacket. (x), 126 pp. Holiday House, A young readers biography. Illustrated. New in new dust jacket.
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(Harmondsworth): Penguin Books, (1985), First Edition. octavo, wrappers. (xvi), (404)pp. Penguin Books, Introduction by John Julius Norwich. With a detailed index.
London: Arthur Barker Ltd, (1951) , First Edition. small octavo, red boards in dust jacket. 102 pp. Arthur Barker Ltd, Part of The English Novelists Series. A fine, clean copy in a fine, clean dust jacket which is not price clipped.
New York: Simon & Schuster, (1970), First Edition. octavo, boards and cloth in dust jacket. Simon & Schuster, Remainder mark along bottom edge, else a fine copy in a fine dust jacket.
New Castle, Delaware: Oak Knoll Press, 1999, First Edition. quarto, cloth. xlii, 312pp. Oak Knoll Press, Illustrated. Two lower corners lightly bumped, else fine and clean.
London: Gollancz, 1987, First Edition. octavo, boards in dust jacket. 782 pp. Gollancz, This biography presents the power of Gollancz's commitments: he founded the Left Book Club, Save Europe Now and the Campaign against Capital Punishment. Illustrated. New.
New York: W.W. Norton & Company, (1989), First American Edition. quarto, cloth and boards in illustrated dust jacket. (xxiv), 342pp. W.W. Norton & Company, A thorough and intelligent biography of Dora Carrington. A portrait of a very talented woman. Illustrated. Remainder mark on bottom edge of text block, else fine.....
(London): John Murray, (1989), First Edition. octavo, blue boards in dust jacket. (xxiv), 342pp. John Murray, A thorough and intelligent biography of Dora Carrington. A portrait of a very talented woman. Illustrated. A very fine, clean copy in a very fine dust jacket which is not price clipped.
(London): Bloomsbury, (1991), First Edition. octavo, boards in dust jacket. xxviii, 302pp. Bloomsbury, A correspondence of considerable literary value, these fascinating letters, published for the first time, cast new light on the Fabian and Bloomsbury Milieux. Illustrated.
KnoxVille: Univ of Tennessee Press, (1969), First Edition. octavo, cloth in dust jacket. (xlvi), 242pp. Univ of Tennessee Press, Illustrated. Minor scuffing to jacket, though no tears or chips.
Madison, Wisc. Univ of Wisconsin Press, (1989), First Edition. octavo, maroon cloth. (300)pp. Univ of Wisconsin Press, Mathews' career in publishing "coincided with the transition from Victorian to modern literature, a period which literary historians date from about 1880 to 1920...what makes Mathews unique is the role he played in...
Durham: Duke University Press, 1953, First Edition. octavo, cloth in dust jacket. (xii), 337pp. Duke University Press, The Lytton Strachey of Eminent Victorians and Bloomsbury associations came from a prominent English family who owned Sutton Court, helped to colonize Virginia, edit "The Spectator", and govern in India. A history of...
New York: Harper & Row, (1989), First American Edition. octavo, pictorial wrappers. (xiv), 254pp. Harper & Row, Illustrated. Founding editor of "Horizon", Connolly presided over one of the most successful small magazines in British publishing history. Its success after WWII caused so much work that he discontinued publication so as...
Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1980, First Edition. octavo, cloth. 154pp. Scarecrow Press, Containing a biographical introduction, excerpts from the works and a checklist of the writings of Sadleir. The fifth volume in The Great Bibliographers Series. Fine copy.
New York: Macmillan, 1934, First American Edition. octavo, blue cloth. (x), 293pp. Macmillan, This book contains considerable amount of up to then unpublished material by Rolfe. Spine stamping slightly dull. Corners bumped with dent to top edge of covers.
New York: Weathervane Books, circa 1975, Reprint. octavo, boards in dust jacket. (xxii), 650pp. Weathervane Books, Edited by Marcus A. McCorison from the Second Edition. Originally published in 1810, this history was based on Thomas's own collection which became the foundation of the American Antiquarian Society library which Thomas founded...
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, (2002), First American Edition, Sixth printing. quarto, cloth and boards in pictorial dust jacket. (xxxiv), (475)pp. Alfred A. Knopf, Although Pepys' diary is a remarkable record of his life, the author presents a unique and original biography illuminating his entire life from his childhood, transforming...
New York: Universe Books, (1982), First American Edition. octavo, wrappers. 304pp. Universe Books, A fascinating biography of one of the best known and most controversial artists in England between the wars. Numerous illustrations. Very small, minor bump to lower right corner of front wrapper, else a very fine copy.