Rare first editions, signed and inscribed copies, deluxe and collectible editions of books of poetry; also individual poems and related ephemera.

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  1. Collected Animal Poems.
    HUGHES, Ted. Collected Animal Poems.

    London : 1995

    First collected edition, first impression; signed by the poet on the half-title of volume 1. Learn More

    Stock Code: 136115

  2. Severn & Somme.
    GURNEY, Ivor. Severn & Somme.

    London : 1917

    First edition, first impression, of the author's first book, scarce in commerce. This is one of only two works published in Gurney's lifetime, this collection inspired by the poet's beloved Gloucestershire and written in large part while he was serving as a private with the 2nd/5th Gloucesters from May 1916. Wounded and gassed in September 1917 during... Learn More

    Stock Code: 135974

  3. The Works and Life.
    MARLOWE, Christopher. The Works and Life.

    London : 1930-33

    First edition, first impression, of this important collected edition, for some time the standard version of Marlowe's plays; scarce complete, and especially so in the dust jackets.

    Provenance: neat ownership inscriptions to front pastedowns of Norman C. Stevenson (dated 1955), alongside his discreet book label (incorporating Picasso's portrait... Learn More

    Stock Code: 135886

  4. The Atlantic Monthly, devoted to literature, science, art, and politics. January 1867.
    (DOUGLASS; Frederick; EMERSON, Ralph Waldo; STEDMAN, Edmund Clarence.) The Atlantic Monthly, devoted to literature, science, art, and politics. January 1867.

    Boston : 1867

    The January 1867 issue of The Atlantic Monthly, which includes the first appearance in print of three notable works, all published anonymously: Frederick Douglass's An Appeal to Congress for Impartial Suffrage, a plea for equal suffrage between the races in the aftermath of the Civil War; Edmund Clarence Stedman's Pan in Wall Street, a whimsical poem... Learn More

    Stock Code: 135578

  5. A Child's Garden of Verses.
    ROBINSON, Charles (illus.); STEVENSON, Robert Louis. A Child's Garden of Verses.

    London : 1896

    First Charles Robinson edition. A Child's Garden of Verses was originally published in 1885. Learn More

    Stock Code: 132890

  6. [Sonnets.]
    (TCHAIKOVSKY, Modest, trans.) SHAKESPEARE, William. [Sonnets.]

    Moscow : 1914

    First edition of this translation into Russian by Modest Tchaikovsky (1850-1916), the younger brother of the composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, and a respected dramatist, librettist, poet and translator in his own right, with his plays drawing a large attendance and with many prominent actors performing in them. Printed with the English original side... Learn More

    Stock Code: 135667

  7. [Beowulf.] Bjowulfs Drape.
    (BEOWULF.) GRUNDTVIG, Nicolai Frederik Severin, trans. [Beowulf.] Bjowulfs Drape.

    [Copenhagen] Kjobenhavn : 1820

    First edition of Grundtvig's translation of Beowulf into Danish, the first printing of the text in any modern language, preceded only by Thorkelin's 1815 Latin edition, Grundtvig's translation being also more complete and more accurate than Thorkelin's, adding 45 pages of corrections.

    The Anglo-Saxon epic, the earliest extant long poem in Old... Learn More

    Stock Code: 135233

  8. Good-bye To All That.
    GRAVES, Robert. Good-bye To All That.

    London : 1929

    First edition, first impression, first issue with the infamous Sassoon poem intact. The story of the suppression of this issue is well recorded. The work printed a poem Sassoon had written to Graves in letter form. Sassoon was horrified and demanded the recall of the edition and the excision of the offending pages. This request was done and a second... Learn More

    Stock Code: 135796

  9. Hommage A Rimbaud.
    (RIMBAUD, Arthur.) VIEILLARD, Roger. Hommage A Rimbaud.

    Paris : 1945

    First edition, first printing, inscribed in pencil "à Ralph Kirkpatrick pour 'les possibilités harmoniques' Roger Vieillard amicalement" inside the first blank, including two musical drawings, further drawings on the title page with the caption "pour Ralph Kirkparick" signed with Vieillard's "RV" monogram and dated "1942-1971-1982". This copy number... Learn More

    Stock Code: 135463

  10. The Rape of the Locke.
    [POPE, Alexander.] The Rape of the Locke.

    London : 1712

    The first printing of Pope's Rape of the Lock, published anonymously in two cantos, extracted from its appearance in Bernard Lintot's Miscellaneous Poems and Translations, 1712, pp. 353-376. Lintott paid Pope 15 to expand the poem following this printing, with the revised and full poem published in five cantos in 1714, under Pope's name. Learn More

    Stock Code: 135474

  11. Ara Vus Prec.
    ELIOT, T. S. Ara Vus Prec.

    London : 1919

    First edition, number 118 of 220 numbered copies from a total edition of 264 (the remainder of the edition comprising signed, japon-printed, and review copies). The earliest copies issued were in a binding with paper-covered boards, with this binding of cloth-covered boards following. This was Eliot's third book of poetry. The title of the book was... Learn More

    Stock Code: 135422

  12. Forward Into the Past.
    (HEANEY, Seamus, contrib.) Forward Into the Past.

    Concord : 1992

    First edition, sole printing being one of 150 copies. Heaney contributes the poem, "A Wave From the Distance". This is a contributor's copy containing a presentation letter of thanks from the subject of this festschrift to Angelica Garnett. Very uncommon. Learn More

    Stock Code: 87479

  13. Dramatis Personae.
    BROWNING, Robert. Dramatis Personae.

    London : 1864

    First edition. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the half-title, "Mrs Grant Duff from Robert Browning, May 30, '64". The recipient was an acquaintance of Browning's; copies of a few letters from him to her are laid in, dating from around the time of the inscription. Dramatis Personae was Browning's first book following the death of his wife... Learn More

    Stock Code: 134883

  14. Endymion: A Poetic Romance.
    KEATS, John. Endymion: A Poetic Romance.

    London : 1818

    First edition, very scarce first issue unrestored in original boards. Endymion was the second of only three lifetime publications by Keats, comprising his longest single sustained poem, famous for its opening line: "A thing of beauty is a joy for ever". This copy has the first issue imprint to the verso of the half-title "Printed by T. Miller, Noble... Learn More

    Stock Code: 134729

  15. Sonnets.
    DOUGLAS, Alfred. Sonnets.

    London : 1909

    First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author "For Mrs Watts Dunton, June 1918. Alfred Bruce Douglas" on the half-title. The recipient, Clara Watts Dunton, née Reich (18761938), was the widow of Theodore Watts Dunton (18321914), an influential pre-Raphaelite critic, poet, and close friend of Algernon Swinburne. Watts had control of Swinburn's... Learn More

    Stock Code: 134451

  16. Erotidia.
    SAYLE, Charles. Erotidia.

    Rugby : 1889

    First edition, presentation copy from the author to Joseph Gleeson White, inscribed on the front free endpaper on Valentine's Day: "J. Gleeson White from Charles Sayle 'S. Valentine' 1889", along with Gleeson White's bookplate on the front free endpaper. Erotidia, Sayle's second book of poetry, was limited to 220 copies. Gleeson White (18511898) was... Learn More

    Stock Code: 134330

  17. Wessex Poems.
    HARDY, Thomas. Wessex Poems.

    London : 1898

    First edition, one of 500 copies. An exceptional copy of Hardy's first volume of verse, rare thus. Learn More

    Stock Code: 134116

  18. The Collected Works.
    ROSENBERG, Isaac. The Collected Works.

    London : 1937

    First edition, first impression, with the rare dust jacket. "Rosenberg's poems from the front show him to have absorbed the great tradition of English pastoral poetry, but his tone is different: more impersonal, informal, ironic, and lacking the indignation characteristic of the work of Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon", who provides the foreword... Learn More

    Stock Code: 134117

  19. Under the Hill,
    BEARDSLEY, Aubrey. Under the Hill,

    London : 1904

    First edition, one of 50 copies printed on japon, of Beardsley's unfinished erotic novel based on the legend of Tannhäuser, alongside a collection of Beardsley's other poems, letters, and artwork. This copy has the armorial bookplate of Sydney Frederick McIlree Lomer on front free endpaper. In 1914 McIlree Lomer, a Uranian poet and Major with the Sherwood... Learn More

    Stock Code: 134094

  20. Some Trees.
    ASHBERY, John. Some Trees.

    New Haven : 1956

    First edition, first printing, presentation copy, inscribed by the author "To Barbara, with love John Ashbery, October 19, 1957" on the front free endpaper. The recipient was fellow poet and core member of the New York School of poets Barbara Guest (1920-2006). Some Trees was Ashbery's first collection. The selection was made by W. H. Auden,... Learn More

    Stock Code: 134111

  21. Zone.
    (BECKETT, Samuel, trans.) APOLLINAIRE, Guillaume. Zone.

    Dublin : 1972

    First edition, signed limited issue, number 150 of 250 copies specially bound, and signed by Beckett on the limitation page. This Dolmen Press edition presents, in facing translation, two of the century's most charismatic and influential writers. Learn More

    Stock Code: 133976

  22. The Book of the Rhymers' Club; The Second Book of the Rhymers' Club.
    [YEATS, W. B., Ernest Dowson, etc.] The Book of the Rhymers' Club; The Second Book of the Rhymers' Club.

    London : 1892 and 1894

    First editions, sole printings. The Rhymers' Club was founded by W. B. Yeats in 1890 as an informal poetry society that met at the Cheshire Cheese pub in Fleet Street (where Samuel Johnson, in an earlier age, also used to drink). This set includes both volumes published by the group, featuring poetry by Yeats and 12 other contributors: Ernest Dowson,... Learn More

    Stock Code: 133920

  23. Parallèlement.
    (CHIMOT, Édouard, illus.) VERLAINE, Paul. Parallèlement.

    Paris : 1931

    First edition thus, artist's copy number G of 15 copies on different types of paper reserved to the collaborators and signed by Chimot on the justification page.

    Édouard Chimot (1880-1959) was a French artist, illustrator and editor whose career reached its peak in the 1920s in Paris, through the publication of fine quality art-printed books.... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132689

  24. The Heights of Macchu Picchu.
    NERUDA, Pablo. The Heights of Macchu Picchu.

    London : 1966

    First English-language edition of Neruda's masterpiece, the publisher's copy signed for him by the poet on the front free endpaper, "Pablo Neruda, 1970", with the bookplate of Tom Maschler to front pastedown. Maschler was the head of Jonathan Cape, and a hugely influential figure in 20th-century literature: he had a particular genius for bringing world-class... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132729

  25. Apollinaire.
    (MATISSE, Henri.) ROUVEYRE, André. Apollinaire.

    Paris : 1952

    First edition thus, first printing, number 233 of 300 on vélin d'arches, from a total edition of 350, with the chemise and slipcase in unusually nice condition.

    The friendship between the caricaturist and writer André Rouveyre (1879-1962) and the artist Henri Matisse (1869-1954) left a trail of art works and a correspondence of over 1 100 letters.... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132731

  26. Ode à Salvador Dali.
    LORCA, Federico García. Ode à Salvador Dali.

    Paris : 1938

    First edition, first printing, inscribed by both translators on the front free endpaper, "à Francis Poulenc, hommage des traducteurs, Paul Éluard, Louis Parrot", one of the few hors commerce copies, unnumbered as issued, from a total edition of 515 copies.

    This copy brings together a nexus of Franco-Spanish network of friendships and affairs... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132463

  27. La Mutabilita.
    SPENSER, Edmund. La Mutabilita.

    Napoli : 1827

    First edition, presentation copy with a slip inscribed "Dall'Autore" pasted to the top corner of the title page, of this very scarce Italian translation of the final part of Spenser's Faerie Queene, first published as the Two Cantos of Mutabilitie in 1607. Thomas James Mathias (1753-1835) was an English scholar and Italophile who from... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132611

  28. Romances et la Bonne Chanson.
    (FERRERO, Roger.) VERLAINE, Paul. Romances et la Bonne Chanson.

    Zurich : [1944]

    First edition illustrated by Roger Ferrero, number 15 of 35 on papier Guarro à la main, from an edition limited to 180 copies, with an original drawing signed, and a suite of illustrations on Japon, signed "Grosclaude" and "RFerrero" on the limitation page, the present work with an extra 3 original drawings by Ferrero.

    This luxury edition was... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132195

  29. Poems from the Japanese.
    JAPANESE POETRY - LEVITT, Martin, & Lafcadio Hearn. Poems from the Japanese.

    [No place] : 1958

    First edition, number 52 of 150 copies on folded hemp paper, signed by Levitt. This is the first Mandrill Press publication, which appears to have published only one other book: Flower-gazer: Japanese poems, printed in 1961.

    This publication, in the Japanese woodblock printing style, brings together Haiku poems of various eras which... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132198

  30. Wild Honey.
    [BRADLEY, Katharine, & Edith Cooper.] FIELD, Michael. Wild Honey.

    London : 1908

    First edition of this collaborative collection of poetry by Edith Emma Cooper and her aunt and sometime lover Katharine Harris Bradley, pseudonymously-published as Michael Field. This work "gathered together a vast wealth of poetry spanning a considerable time period" and "represents a poetic narrative on a grand scale, charting as it does a period... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132014

  31. Oblako v shtanakh. Tetraptikh. (A Cloud in Trousers: A Tetraptich.)
    MAYAKOVSKY, Vladimir. Oblako v shtanakh. Tetraptikh. (A Cloud in Trousers: A Tetraptich.)


    First edition with the unexpurgated original text, the second overall following a substantially censored first edition in 1915. Before the 1917 revolution Vladimir Mayakovsky (1893-1930) had been a "regular scandal-maker" (his own words) of the Futurist school, but by 1918 his revolutionary voice found endorsement in this uncensored edition of his key... Learn More

    Stock Code: 130878

  32. PN2 experiment flipbook, nos 2 & 5.
    [DEPEW, Wally, ed.] PN2 experiment flipbook, nos 2 & 5.

    Scranton, PA : [c.1964-1966]

    Two rare flipbooks of avant-garde mimeo-art/concrete poetry issued by the Poetry Newsletter, which was published by Pennsylvania native Wally Depew in the mid-1960s and ran through 12 issues. The somewhat tongue-in-cheek "Bibliography" for each flipbook includes the Works of Rabelais, "Eadweard" Muybridge's Human Figure in Motion, John Cage's Silence,... Learn More

    Stock Code: 135171

  33. Maxims & Aphorisms from the letters of D. H. Lawrence, compiled, & with appended poems.
    HARRIS, Marguerite. Maxims & Aphorisms from the letters of D. H. Lawrence, compiled, & with appended poems.

    New York City, : Sept 1964

    First edition, number 96 of 250 copies printed by Ed Sanders at the Fuck You Press. Learn More

    Stock Code: 135173

  34. Remains of Elmet.
    HUGHES, Ted. Remains of Elmet.

    London : 1979

    First edition, first impression, presentation copy, inscribed by the author "For Janos with lots of love from Ted June 16th 1979" on the half-title. The recipient was Janos Csokits (19282011), a Hungarian poet and close friend of Hughes, who worked with him on the translation of fellow Hungarian poet, János Pilinszky. Csokits was introduced to Hughes... Learn More

    Stock Code: 135038

  35. Exultations.
    POUND, Ezra. Exultations.

    London : 1909

    First edition, first impression, from the library of James Griffyth Fairfax (1886-1976), with his ownership inscription, dated December 1909, to the front free endpaper, and marginal pencil marks to p. 35. Griffyth Fairfax was a fellow poet who attended New College, Oxford, and published his first collections of poetry whilst there. He and Pound's "literary... Learn More

    Stock Code: 135048

  36. A Shropshire Lad.
    HOUSMAN, A. E. A Shropshire Lad.

    London : 1896

    First edition, first issue (state A, with the word "Shropshire" on the paper spine label measuring 33 mm wide, one of 250 copies thus), of Housman's influential poetry collection. This is the fine Bradley Martin copy, with his bookplate to the chemise.

    The entire first printing, made at Housman's expense after Macmillan rejected the book, consisted... Learn More

    Stock Code: 134741

  37. The Less Deceived.
    LARKIN, Philip. The Less Deceived.

    Yorkshire : 1955

    First edition, first impression, one of 300 copies, in the first issue binding with a flat spine, and with the misprint "floor" for "sea" on p. 38 in the first line of the poem "Absences". Learn More

    Stock Code: 134347

  38. Poems.
    OWEN. Wilfred. Poems.

    New York : [1920]

    First edition, US issue, bound from the original UK sheets with the US cancel title page in the subsequent year. This slim volume is uncommon, especially in the jacket. The collection was promoted and published by Sassoon after Owen's death with the backing of Edith Sitwell. The work, which is often described as the greatest collection of First World... Learn More

    Stock Code: 134273

  39. Animal Poems.
    HUGHES, Ted. Animal Poems.

    Crediton : [1967]

    First edition, one of 20 copies containing a manuscript poem, this copy with The Hawk in the Rain, additionally signed and numbered by the author, this being number 37, and bound in decorative wrappers. This edition was published with a total limitation of 100, of which six were bound in green morocco with each poem written by the author in manuscript... Learn More

    Stock Code: 134125

  40. Howl and other poems.
    GINSBERG, Allen. Howl and other poems.

    San Francisco : 1956

    First published edition, first printing, with the spelling "Lucien Carr" in the dedication, and the eighth line of the second paragraph on the rear cover beginning "Harlem". This copy is from the library of contemporary San Francisco poet Jean McLean, and has a calligraphic ownership inscription reading "Jean and Jo Mclean" to p. 4. Jean McLean's work... Learn More

    Stock Code: 133699

  41. The Countess Kathleen
    YEATS, W. B. The Countess Kathleen

    London : 1892

    First edition, number one of 30 printed on japon, specially bound in full vellum, and signed by the publisher T. Fisher Unwin, this being his own retained copy. Countess Kathleen was Yeats's second collection, and the first to include "The Lake Isle of Innisfree", perhaps his most famous poem. "His best writing of the 1890s would follow the... Learn More

    Stock Code: 133548

  42. Squarings.
    HEANEY, Seamus. Squarings.

    Dublin : 1991

    First edition, signed limited issue, number 5 of 10 author's proofs, signed by both the author and illustrator, from a total run of 100 copies, of which 60 were for sale. This copy has an additional inscription by Heaney quoting from his poem Fosterling, "Air to brighten, Time to be dazzled, and the heart to lighten", facing the frontispiece. These... Learn More

    Stock Code: 133558

  43. Imaginary Letters.
    POUND, Ezra. Imaginary Letters.

    Paris : 1930

    First edition, first printing, deluxe signed limited issue, number 46 of 50 copies printed on Japanese vellum and signed by the author. There were also 350 ordinary copies issued unsigned on Navarre, and 25 hors commerce. Imaginary Letters is one of the exquisitely produced books put out by the Black Sun Press, founded by the wild and wealthy avante-garde... Learn More

    Stock Code: 133236

  44. Eight Poems.
    YEATS, W. B. Eight Poems.

    London : January 1916

    First edition, number 18 of 122 copies on Italian hand-made paper, from an edition of 200 copies only. The first page features a lurid full-page nude design in red by Austin Osman Spare, of which Yeats intensely disapproved. Learn More

    Stock Code: 132656

  45. The King of the Great Clock Tower, Commentaries, and Poems.
    YEATS, W. B. The King of the Great Clock Tower, Commentaries, and Poems.

    Dublin : 1934

    First edition, first impression, one of 400 copies. The Cuala Press was one half of the Cuala Industries, a co-operative business run by Lily and Elizabeth Yeats. Cuala Industries was founded with the aim of reviving the craft of book printing in Ireland and "to give work to Irish girls" (McMurtrie, p. 472). The press's "clearly legible, slender volumes... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132517

  46. Dos poetas españoles. Federico García Lorca. Rafael Alberti.
    SCARPA, Roque Esteban. Dos poetas españoles. Federico García Lorca. Rafael Alberti.

    Santiago : 1935

    First edition, first printing. With a signed presentation inscription from the author to the philosopher and essayist Ramiro de Maeztu on the verso of the front wrapper: "A Ramiro de Maeztu, mi devoción por su obra maravillosamente hispana, cerradamente española. R. E. Scarpa... Stgo de Chile. Dic. 1935" ("To Ramiro de Maeztu, my devotion to his marvellously... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132519

  47. Llanto por Ignacio Sánchez Mejías.
    LORCA, Frederico Garcia. Llanto por Ignacio Sánchez Mejías.

    Madrid : 1935

    First edition, first printing, of Lorca's lament for his matador friend, gored to death in August 1934; well-known in literary circles, Mejías was memorialized by various Spanish writers, including Miguel Hernández and Rafael Alberti, but it is Lorca's tribute which has achieved the greatest fame. Learn More

    Stock Code: 132536

  48. Specimens of the German Lyric Poets:
    (GERMAN POETRY.) Specimens of the German Lyric Poets:

    London : 1822

    First complete edition of this collection of contemporary German poetry, gathering 73 poems alongside 20 biographical accounts of the authors. A portion of the collection, translated by Benjamin Beresford, was published in 1801-1803 in Berlin; its popularity led to this expanded edition, with new translations by Joseph Charles Mellish, British Consul... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132563

  49. Wybor Poezyi Polskiey. Specimens of the Polish poets;
    BOWRING, John, trans. Wybor Poezyi Polskiey. Specimens of the Polish poets;

    London : 1827

    First edition of the first collection of Polish poetry in English, including the great Renaissance writers such as Jan Kochanowski and Szymon Szymonowic to contemporary writers such as Julian Ursyn Niemcewicz, Kazimierz Brodzinski, and Krystyn Lach Szyrma. The translator John Bowring (1792-1872) was a great friend of the Poles, and an ardent spokesman... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132565

  50. Malay Sonnets. Pantun mĕlayu.
    MALAYSIAN POETRY. Malay Sonnets. Pantun mĕlayu.

    [Singapore : 1932?]

    First edition, first printing, of this collection of Malaysian poetry, with the text printed in both the original language and English translations by the colonial police officer Arthur Wedderburn Hartwig "Haji" Hamilton (1887-1967), who arrived in Malaya in 1909 and joined the Malayan Police. He became fluent in Malay and also Hokkien, Cantonese, and... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132455

  51. The Song of Hiawatha.
    LONGFELLOW, Henry Wadsworth. The Song of Hiawatha.

    Boston : 1855

    First US edition, first issue with textual errors. The Song of Hiawatha, Longfellow's epic poem of a Native American love story, is one of the most enduring productions of American Romanticism. The US edition was slightly preceded by the UK edition. Learn More

    Stock Code: 132509

  52. Wild Apples.
    (YEATS, W. B.) GOGARTY, Oliver. Wild Apples.

    Dublin : 1930

    First edition thus. This is one of 250 copies of this second selection by Yeats of the poems of Oliver Gogarty, likened by him in his opening poem, The Crab Tree, to "a tart crop" of wild apples. It was preceded by the 1926 private edition of 50 copies which did not include Yeats's preface. Learn More

    Stock Code: 132515

  53. Stories of Michael Robartes and His Friends:
    YEATS, W. B. Stories of Michael Robartes and His Friends:

    Dublin : 1931

    First edition, first impression, of Yeats's occult work, one of only 450 copies, printed by his sister Elizabeth and published on All Hallow's Eve. The Cuala Press was one half of the Cuala Industries, a co-operative business run by Lily and Elizabeth Yeats. Cuala Industries was founded with the aim of reviving the craft of book printing in Ireland... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132516

  54. Poems.
    BISHOP, Elizabeth. Poems.

    Boston : 1955

    First edition, first printing, from the library of fellow poet Richmond Lattimore (1906-1984), with his ownership inscription on the front free endpaper. Poems, the author's second book, contains the poems from her first book, North & South (1946), as well as the 18 new poems that constituted the new "Cold Spring" section. Bishop won... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132302

  55. Cubist Poems.
    WEBER, Max. Cubist Poems.

    London : 1914

    First trade edition, first impression. The copy of the prominent anarchist art critic Herbert Read (1893-1968), with his pencilled ownership signature dated February 1915 to the front free endpaper. Max Weber (1881-1961) is the Jewish-American artist generally credited with introducing European avant-garde movements, including primitivism and cubism,... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132242

  56. Les Contrerimes.
    TOULET, P.-J. Les Contrerimes.

    Brussels : 1927

    First Belgian edition, first printing, (third overall), number 49 of 25 copies on vergé de Hollande Van Gelder antique, with the additional suite of proofs of the engravings on auvergne paper, from a total edition of 492. Charles Émile Egli, known as Carlègle (1877-1937) was a Swiss-born illustrator and painter who spent most of his life in Paris.... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132141

  57. Faust.
    (PASTERNAK, Boris, trans.; Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.) Faust.

    [Leningrad] : 1953

    First edition of Pasternak's Russian translation of Goethe's masterpiece, presentation copy inscribed to a close friend and fellow poet, "to one of the most interesting people and the best poets of the present times, Simon Chikovani, with love and devotion, B. Pasternak, 9 February 1954", on the front free endpaper.

    Chikovani (1902-1966) was... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132166

  58. Hebrew Melodies
    BYRON, George Gordon Noel, Lord. Hebrew Melodies

    London : 1815, 1813, 1816, 1816

    First editions, first issue of Hebrew Melodies, with the 4-line notice of Samuel Rogers's Jacqueline: A Tale on the verso of E4 (omitted in the second issue) and Thomas Campbell's Selected Beauties of English Poetry advertised as "In the Press"; The Giaour is of the issue printed on ordinary wove paper without a watermark.

    This is a fine representative... Learn More

    Stock Code: 131986

  59. La Faoniade: inni ed odi
    (SAPPHO.) [IMPERIALE, Giovanni Vincenzo.] La Faoniade: inni ed odi

    Crisopoli [Parma] : 1792

    First edition printed with the types of Bodoni; first published in two parts at Naples in 1780-86. "A Neapolitan general, Vicenzo Imperiale... presents La Faoniade: Inni ed odi di Saffo as a translation of a previously unknown work by Sappho, newly discovered in true Ossianic fashion by 'the famous Russian scholar Ossur,' who was visiting Cape Leukas... Learn More

    Stock Code: 131990

  60. Dramatis Personae.
    YEATS, W. B. Dramatis Personae.

    Dublin : 1935

    First edition, first impression, one of 400 copies printed by Elizabeth Yeats in December 1935, with the errata slip laid in. The included memoirs first appeared in The London Mercury in November and December of that year. The Cuala Press was one half of the Cuala Industries, a co-operative business run by Lily and Elizabeth Yeats. Cuala Industries... Learn More

    Stock Code: 131774

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