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  1. 115871
    JOHNSON, B. S. Travelling People.

    London : 1963

    First edition, first impression. From Julian Mitchell's library with his ownership inscription; his third novel is advertised on the rear panel. B. S. Johnson's first novel Travelling People won the Gregory Award in 1963, despite Johnson disowning the work on the grounds that it was a "disaster". Learn More

    Stock Code: 115871

  2. The Unfortunates.
    JOHNSON, B. S. The Unfortunates.

    London : 1969

    First edition, first impression. Presentation copy inscribed by the author on the inside cover of the box to the publisher, editor and literary agent William Miller, who was one of the main driving forces behind Panther Books: "For William, with respect for his courage in publishing this: and thanks, Bryan, 1/1/69" and with his signature over the printed... Learn More

    Stock Code: 88781

  3. House Mother Normal.
    JOHNSON, B. S. House Mother Normal.

    London : 1971

    First edition, signed limited issue. Number 52 of 126 copies signed by the author, of which the first 100 were for sale. A classic experimental novel utilising stream-of-consciousness to explore the lives of a group of elderly people living in a nursing home. Learn More

    Stock Code: 81693

  4. You Always Remember the First Time.
    JOHNSON, B. S. (ed.) You Always Remember the First Time.

    London : 1975

    First edition, first impression. The novelist B. S. Johnson asked personalities to tell the story of their loss of virginity but died before the project was completed. The 20 contributors include science-fiction writers Brian Aldiss and Michael Moorcock, harmonica player Larry Adler, Virago Press founder Carmen Callil, and novelist Emma Tennant. Learn More

    Stock Code: 88791

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