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  1. 140628
    AUSTEN, Jane. The Novels.

    London : 1922

    An attractive set of Austen's novels, first published with Brock's illustrations between 1907 and 1909. C. E. Brock (1870-1938) first appeared as an illustrator of Jane Austen for Macmillan's 1895-7 Illustrated Standard Novels series, for Pride and Prejudice, with Hugh Thomson illustrating the other five titles. That series appeared in black and white,... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140628

  2. Through Russian Central Asia.
    GRAHAM, Stephen. Through Russian Central Asia.

    London : 1916

    First edition, first impression, presentation copy from the author, inscribed on the title page, "For Leslie Jones, Stephen Graham, 5 / xii / 71". Graham (1884-1975) was one of the most interesting travelers in and commentators on Russia: born in Edinburgh, the son of the journalist and author P. Anderson Graham, he left school at 14 to work as a clerk... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140649

  3. Ode a la France.
    WHITMAN, Walt. Ode a la France.

    Paris : 1917

    First separate edition, first printing, one of 556 copies only, of this translation of Whitman's poem "O Star of France" dated 1870-71, which was first published in Leaves of Grass. Combet-Descombes's illustrations evoke the landscapes of the war-torn country after the Franco-Prussian War of July 1870 - May 1871, which marked the end of French... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140650

  4. La Tempête.
    (DULAC, Edmund.) SHAKESPEARE, William. La Tempête.

    Paris : [c. 1910]

    First Dulac edition in French of Shakespeare's The Tempest. The first Dulac-illustrated edition of this title was published in English in 1908. Learn More

    Stock Code: 140657

  5. The Itinerary of Ludovico di Varthema of Bologna from 1502 to 1508
    VARTHEMA, Ludovico di. The Itinerary of Ludovico di Varthema of Bologna from 1502 to 1508

    London : 1928

    First Argonuat Press edition, number 32 of 975 copies printed on Japon vellum. Ludovico di Varthema, also known as Barthema and Vertomannus (c.1470-1517), was an Italian traveller, diarist and aristocrat known for being the first non-Muslim European to enter Mecca as a pilgrim. Nearly everything that is known about his life comes from his own account... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140658

  6. 140660
    JEWITT, Llewellynn. The Ceramic Art of Great Britain from Pre-Historic Times down to the Present Day.

    London : 1878

    First edition of Jewitt's comprehensive survey, his best-known work "based on twenty years' research and fieldwork. Jewitt formed a collection of ceramics, part of which was sold in London in 1871" (ODNB). Learn More

    Stock Code: 140660

  7. Prima che tu dica "Pronto".
    CALVINO, Italo. Prima che tu dica "Pronto".

    Cottondale : 1985

    Signed limited edition, number 73 of 75 copies signed by the artist and the author, of this bilingual publication of Before you say "Hello".
    With the printer's change of address humourous slip loosely inserted, explaining that he, Richard-Gabriel Price Rummonds, "has forsaken Cottondale, Alabama, wimpish deans, dragonlady paper decorators,... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140672

  8. The Royal Shakespeare Theatre Edition of The Sonnets.
    SHAKESPEARE, William. The Royal Shakespeare Theatre Edition of The Sonnets.

    London : 1974

    Signed limited edition, number 132 of 260 copies, signed on the introduction leaf by the actress Dame Peggy Ashcroft and on the limitation leaf by the calligrapher. This edition of the sonnets is printed in calligraphic form, since, as Ashcroft writes in her introduction, "when first written the Sonnets circulated 'among his private friends'... it seems... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140685

  9. Does it Matter?
    WATTS, Alan. Does it Matter?

    New York : 1970

    First edition, first printing, of this collection of essays on mankind's relationship with the natural environment. Alan W. Watts (1915-1973) was a seminal figure in the dissemination and popularization of Eastern philosophy throughout the West. Learn More

    Stock Code: 140606

  10. Persona Grata.
    (PHOTOGRAPHY.) BEATON, Cecil, & Kenneth Tynan. Persona Grata.

    New York : 1954

    First US edition, first printing, signed by 20 of the featured personalities, including Noel Coward, Judy Garland, Maurice Chevalier, John Gielgud, Tennessee Williams, and Laurence Olivier. Some of the signatures are inscribed to the collector, Paul McMahon (d. 2011), a critic, photographer, and artist; a close friend of actress Marlene Dietrich, who... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140617

  11. 140623
    (OXENBURY, Helen.) ROSEN, Michael. We're Going on a Bear Hunt.

    London : 1989

    First edition, first impression, of the children's classic. It won the overall Nestlé Smarties Book Prize in 1989 and was highly commended for the 1989 Kate Greenaway Medal. Learn More

    Stock Code: 140623

  12. The Tragedie of Cymbeline.
    SHAKESPEARE, William. The Tragedie of Cymbeline.

    Stratford-Upon-Avon : 1923

    Signed limited edition, number 26 of 106 copies signed by the illustrator Albert Rutherston and the writer of the introduction Harley Granville-Barker. A further 500 unsigned trade copies were also issued. The text is taken from the First Folio of Shakespeare, with some orthographic modernization. A very attractive production. Learn More

    Stock Code: 140514

  13. The Tragedie of King Lear.
    SHAKESPEARE, William. The Tragedie of King Lear.

    Stratford-Upon-Avon : 1927

    Signed limited edition, number 26 of 106 copies signed by the illustrator Paul Nash, the writer of the introduction Harley Granville-Barker, and the art editor Albert Rutherston. A further 500 unsigned trade copies were also issued. The text is taken from the First Folio of Shakespeare, with some orthographic modernization. A very attractive production.... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140523

  14. The Stall Plates of the Knights of the Order of the Garter.
    HOPE, W[illiam] H[enry] St John. The Stall Plates of the Knights of the Order of the Garter.

    Westminster : 1901

    First edition in a handsome binding. Hope was a noted antiquarian born in Derby in 1854. "His increasing reputation led to his election as a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London in 1883, and two years later he was appointed assistant secretary of the society, the last to be resident in Burlington House. During the twenty-five years in which... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140529

  15. African Game Trails.
    ROOSEVELT, Theodore. African Game Trails.

    New York : 1910

    First trade edition, first printing. Absenting himself from politics for a year, Roosevelt set off on an elaborate hunting trip to gather specimens for the Smithsonian. The huge party, including over 250 porters and guides, was partly underwritten by Scribner's who gave Roosevelt a 50,000 commission for a series of 12 articles on the safari which form... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140562

  16. Travels in Egypt, Nubia, Holy Land, Mount Libanon [sic], and Cyprus, in the Year 1814.
    LIGHT, Henry. Travels in Egypt, Nubia, Holy Land, Mount Libanon [sic], and Cyprus, in the Year 1814.

    London : 1818

    First and sole edition. Sir Henry Light (1783-1870), later governor of British Guiana (1838-48), was a captain with the Royal Artillery stationed at Malta when, in 1814, he "obtained leave to travel in the countries he describes" (preface). Continuing in the third person, Light remarks that "curiosity and amusement were his object: he kept a journal... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140585

  17. The Garden.
    SACKVILLE-WEST, Vita. The Garden.

    London : 1946

    First edition, signed limited issue, number 20 of 750 copies signed by the author. A long poetical sequence on the author's favourite subject, "which tries to sum up her own horticultural aesthetic and is in some respects superior to its predecessor The Land" (ODNB). Learn More

    Stock Code: 139782

  18. The Works.
    BYRON, George Gordon Noel, Lord. The Works.

    Paris : 1831

    An elegantly bound copy of Byron's poetical works. The French binder Joseph Thouvenin (17901834) was well-known for producing bindings in an "historical" style.
    Galignani's Paris editions of the English poets were piracies (he also pirated Crabbe, Hazlitt, Washington Irving, Thomas Moore, Walter Scott, and Southey among others), but carefully done.... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140256

  19. A Dickens Dictionary.
    (DICKENS, Charles.) PHILIP, Alex J. A Dickens Dictionary.

    London : 1909

    First edition, handsomely bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, of this guide to the characters and scenes in Dickens's novels. Learn More

    Stock Code: 140357

  20. 140380
    FRENCH, James Weir (ed.) Modern Power Generators, Steam, Electric, and Internal Combustion,

    London : 1908

    First edition of this spectacularly illustrated work relating to the industrial developments of the late 19th to early 20th centuries, focusing on the production of steam, electric, and gas power. Includes sections on steam generators, steam engines, steam locomotives, which include overlay "models" of a Babcock & Wilcox Water-tube boiler, Steam Engine,... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140380

  21. 140381
    FAULKS, Sebastian. Birdsong.

    London : 1993

    First edition, first impression, signed by the author on the title page. The novel was listed as the 13th favourite book in Britain in the BBC's Big Read survey, conducted in 2003. Learn More

    Stock Code: 140381

  22. The Golden Cockerel Greek Anthology. A Selection of the Poems, Edited, with Translations into English Verse and an Introduction, by F. L. Lucas.
    (GREEK VERSE.) LUCAS, F. L. The Golden Cockerel Greek Anthology. A Selection of the Poems, Edited, with Translations into English Verse and an Introduction, by F. L. Lucas.

    London : 1937

    First edition, first printing, number 190 of 206 copies printed on hand-made paper. A beautiful edition, edited and translated by F. L. Lucas, one of the finest Greek scholars of his generation - described by Virginia Woolf as "pure Cambridge: clean as a breadknife and as sharp" - gathering selections from fifty poets in a small compass. The illustrations... Learn More

    Stock Code: 139717

  23. 102486
    DENSLOW, William Wallace. Mother Goose.

    New York : 1901

    First edition, first state, dated "1901" on both the title and copyright pages, with Humpty-Dumpty on the verso of the dedication leaf, and 4pp. following colophon. On each illustration appears Denslow's trademark device of a stylised seahorse, or hippocampus (normally alongside the initials "DEN"). Denslow was the first illustrator of Frank L. Baum's... Learn More

    Stock Code: 102486

  24. Poetical Works.
    TENNYSON, Alfred, Lord. Poetical Works.

    London : 1899

    The Globe edition; a particularly handsome copy of Tennyson's poetry. Learn More

    Stock Code: 139195

  25. The BFG.
    DAHL, Roald. The BFG.

    London : 1984

    First edition, fourth impression, inscribed by Quentin Blake with a charming original drawing of the BFG reading the book over the entirety of the first free endpaper: "Lucie's Book - love from Quentin Blake". This copy was given to Lucie by her parents for her tenth birthday, with their neat gift inscription to the front pastedown. Dahl's fantastical... Learn More

    Stock Code: 139208

  26. 133806
    WILDE, Oscar. Salome. Drame en un acte.

    Paris & London : 1893

    First edition, trade issue. One of 600 copies in this issue, there were also 50 copies printed on handmade paper. Composed by Wilde in French and not published in English until the following year. A lovely copy of this delicate publication. Learn More

    Stock Code: 133806

  27. War and Peace.
    TOLSTOY, Leo. War and Peace.

    New York : 1886

    First editions in English, first printings (with all title pages dated 1886 and the corrected Gottsberger imprint to versos), translated into English by Clara Bell (1835-1927). Gottsberger published Tolstoy's masterpiece as a trilogy of individual two volume novels, issued separately in uniform cloth at 1.75, which together form the complete work. A... Learn More

    Stock Code: 112666

  28. The Punjab and Delhi in 1857.
    CAVE-BROWNE, J. The Punjab and Delhi in 1857.

    Edinburgh and London : 1861

    First edition of this important and uncommon Mutiny memoir gathered from the author's journal entries, originally published in Blackwood's Magazine in 1858 as "Poorbeah Mutiny" (poorbeah, from the Hindi purbiya, meaning eastern, referring to Brahman and Rajput sepoys). The Rev. John Cave-Browne (1818-1898) was born at Nagpur, Maharashtra, as his father,... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140739

  29. The Revolt in Central India 1857-59.
    BURTON, R. G. The Revolt in Central India 1857-59.

    Simla : 1908

    First and sole edition, 1, 500 copies printed for official use only, this copy stamped "415" at head of the title page. "General Sir Archibald Hunter when inspecting the Jhansi Brigade in the winter of 1906-07, suggested that 'all officers should be made acquainted with the details of the operations within the Brigade area, especially those leading... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140748

  30. 140755
    CHURCHILL, Winston S. The War Speeches of the Rt. Hon. Winston S. Churchill.

    London : 1952

    First collected edition, first impression. Although the publication statement in volume 1 gives 1951 as the date of issue, publication was delayed and all three volumes appeared simultaneously in an edition of 4,740 sets in September 1952; 500 sets of sheets were exported for the American edition, published in 1953. Eade corrects the titles of a number... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140755

  31. 140759
    BORGES, Jorge Luis. Ficciones.

    New York : 1962

    First edition, first impression, of this early collection of Borges's stories in English. Though the translators were predominately Scottish, this translation was published in New York by the Grove Press, preceding the London edition by Weidenfeld & Nicolson in the same year. This classic collection, including the stories such as "Tlon, Uqbar, Orbis... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140759

  32. The Wind in the Willows.
    (SHEPARD, E. H.) GRAHAME, Kenneth. The Wind in the Willows.

    London : 1971

    First full colour-illustrated edition, signed limited issue, number 137 of 250 specially bound copies, signed and numbered by E. H. Shepard. Wind in the Willows was first published in 1908 with only a frontispiece for illustration, and Shepard, well-known by then for his illustrations of A. A. Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh series, was asked... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140767

  33. The Zodiac.
    DICKEY, James. The Zodiac.

    Bloomfield Hills, MI : 1976

    First edition, number 39 of 61 copies signed by the author with a single leaf of the typescript working draft bound in, Dickey's manuscript corrections in ink. A trade issue was released by Doubleday later in the same year. Learn More

    Stock Code: 140558

  34. History of Western Philosophy
    RUSSELL, Bertrand. History of Western Philosophy

    London : 1946

    First UK edition, first impression. Russell's expansive account of the history of philosophy, ranging from the Orphism of ancient Greece to the logical positivism of the author's present day, was a triumph of his populist craft and is perhaps his most famous book. Written during the Second World War, Russell's project was in part conceived to explain... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140564

  35. 140565
    [WILDE, Oscar.] An Ideal Husband.

    London : 1899

    First edition, first impression, one of 1,000 copies printed. Oscar Wilde's third comedy, An Ideal Husband premiered at the Haymarket on 3 January 1895, before Wilde's trial, but was not published until after his release from prison. Learn More

    Stock Code: 140565

  36. General Sir Henry Drury Harness.
    (HARNESS, Sir Henry Drury.) COLLINSON, Thomas Bernard, & Charles Edmund Webber. General Sir Henry Drury Harness.

    London : 1903

    First and sole edition, based on Collinson's privately published Memoir of 1883. Harness (1804-1883) served as instructor of fortification at the Royal Military Academy; secretary of the Railway commission; deputy master of the Royal Mint; commissioner of public works in Ireland; director of the Royal Engineer Establishment at Chatham. "On the outbreak... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140721

  37. The Tirah Campaign,
    WOOSNAM MILLS, H. The Tirah Campaign,

    Lahore : 1898

    First and sole edition of this remarkably scarce account of the Tirah campaign (1897-98), a punitive expedition against the Afridi of the North-West Frontier; an online search of institutional libraries citing six locations only, at the British Library, at Bateman's (Kipling's Sussex home, a presentation copy from the author), Oxford, Leiden, Minnesota,... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140722

  38. Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official.
    SLEEMAN, William Henry. Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official.

    London : 1844

    First edition of this beautifully produced work. Sir William Henry Sleeman (1788-1856) "was a British soldier and administrator in India who joined the Bengal army in 1809. In 1820 he became assistant to the Governor-General's Agent in the Sagar and Narmada territories. He is famous for... his role in the suppression of thagi thuggee. He was Resident... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140735

  39. 139828
    (DOYLE, Richard, illus.) PLANCHÉ, James Robinson. The Sleeping Beauty.

    London : 1868

    An Old Fairy Tale Told Anew 1865

    Brothers Dalziel "For these 'fine art' books, often issued in the name of other firms, the Dalziels made all arrangements and undertook the financial risk, commissioning artists on their own responsibility to design the woodcuts, contributing part of the designs themselves, and engraving the blocks by their... Learn More

    Stock Code: 139828

  40. The Anatomy of Melancholy,
    BURTON, Robert. The Anatomy of Melancholy,

    London : 1836

    A handsomely bound copy of Burton's great book, first published in 1621. "The Anatomy, as its publishing history shows, was one of the most popular books of the seventeenth century. All the learning of the age as well as its humour - and its pedantry - are there. It has something in common with Brant's Ship of Fools, Erasmus's Praise of Folly, and More's... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140146

  41. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.
    JOYCE, James. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.

    London : 1916

    First edition, UK issue. Inscribed on the front free endpaper to the author Frederick Britten Austin, with Austin's note "signed for me F. Britten Austin" followed, in Joyce's hand, "by James Joyce Paris 1.1.39". The English writer Austin (1885-1941) published various short story collections, chiefly on military, maritime, and supernatural themes. Austin... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140235

  42. Chamber Music.
    JOYCE, James. Chamber Music.

    London : 1907

    First edition, first impression, in the first issue binding, presentation copy with Joyce's inscribed card inserted. The inscription reads: "Dear Mr Simson, As you were kind enough to write me often about my book."
    Theodore Spicer-Simson was an American medallist, painter, sculptor and illustrator. Born in Le Havre, he first met Joyce in Paris in... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140266

  43. Atalanta in Calydon:
    (KELMSCOTT PRESS.) SWINBURNE, Algernon Charles. Atalanta in Calydon:

    Hammersmith : 1894

    First Kelmscott edition, one of 250 copies on paper; a further 8 copies printed on vellum were also issued. Swinburne was a warm admirer of the Kelmscott Press books, and "when Atalanta (which was first published in 1865) was reprinted by Morris, Swinburne wrote to him that it was 'certainly one of the loveliest examples of even your incomparable press'"... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140418

  44. The Life of Samuel Johnson.
    BOSWELL, James. The Life of Samuel Johnson.

    London : 1835

    An attractive set of Boswell's great biography, first published in 1791. "This version contains both the original texts, augmented by the additional writings of the biographer and his subject, and the very valuable new and related material which Croker introduced in his 1831 edition" (Pottle). "Boswell's Life of Johnson remains the most famous biography... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140500

  45. The Book of Beasts.
    WHITE, T. H. The Book of Beasts.

    London : 1954

    First edition, first impression, presentation copy,inscribed by the author on the half-title, "Ken Smith, with love from Tim White", additionally signed by White under his printed name on the title page. The Book of Beasts was White's translation from a mediaeval bestiary manuscript preserved in the Cambridge University Library. His epigraph is from... Learn More

    Stock Code: 139142

  46. The Earthomotor and Other Stories.
    LINTON, Charles Ellsworth. The Earthomotor and Other Stories.

    Salem, OR : 1920

    First edition, first printing, inscribed in pencil by the author on the front free endpaper, "To the Nat Hosp. Assoc. with best wishes of the author Dr. C. E. Linton". The utopian science fiction stories included in the collection are largely set in Alaska and the Arctic region. The stories relate tales of technological advancements that allow the protagonists... Learn More

    Stock Code: 139395

  47. 139496
    RÖHR, Johann Friedrich. Palästina oder historisch-geographische Beschreibung des judischen Landes zur zeit Jesu.

    Zeitz : 1831

    Sixth edition, "vermehrte und verbesserte" (increased and improved), originally published in 1819. Johann Friedrich Röhr (1816-1878) was a German theological Rationalist and general superintendent and chief court preacher at Weimar; he remains perhaps best known now for having delivered the sermon at Goethe's funeral in 1826. Learn More

    Stock Code: 139496

  48. Some Hints on Pattern-Designing.
    MORRIS, William. Some Hints on Pattern-Designing.

    London : 1899

    First edition, this copy in an attractive "Glasgow Style" art nouveau binding believed to be by Mary E. Sim, the rear turn-in stamped "M.S. 1905". Sim worked in the Glasgow area and her designs were published in The Studio and the Art Journal. The "Glasgow Style" was influenced by the arts and crafts movement and many of the tenets... Learn More

    Stock Code: 139750

  49. Mexico. An Object Lesson.
    WAUGH, Evelyn. Mexico. An Object Lesson.

    Boston : 1939

    First US edition, first printing. With the author's presentation slip, tipped into the front endpaper, reading, "For H. A. Rappaport Evelyn Waugh". H. A. Rappaport was an eccentric American bibliophile, who had a habit of hand printing or binding offprints of his favourite author's works and sending them to the authors in exchange for presentation copies... Learn More

    Stock Code: 112497

  50. 122702
    DOYLE, Arthur Conan. The Valley of Fear.

    London : 1915

    First English edition, of the fourth and final Sherlock Holmes novel. Though the first English edition is preceded by the American edition published four months previously, it is far less common, with some 20,000 fewer copies issued in Britain. Learn More

    Stock Code: 122702

  51. Songs of Childhood.
    [DE LA MARE, Walter.] RAMAL, Walter Songs of Childhood.

    New York & Bombay : 1902

    First edition, first impression, of de la Mare's first book, presentation copy from the author, inscribed on the front free endpaper, "Walter de la Mare for Elbridge Adams with his best wishes" accompanied by the final stanza of his poem "The Buckle", "I had a secret laughter, I laughed it near the wall:, Only the ivy & the wind, May tell of it at... Learn More

    Stock Code: 126987

  52. 108765
    LANG, Andrew (ed.) The Pink Fairy Book.

    London, New York and Bombay : 1897

    First edition, first impression, retaining the very uncommon jacket. Learn More

    Stock Code: 108765

  53. The Roving Englishman in Turkey.
    [MURRAY, Eustace Clare Grenville.] The Roving Englishman in Turkey.

    London : 1855

    First edition in book form. Written by the journalist and diplomat Eustace Clare Grenville Murray (18241881), these sketches originally appeared in 1854 in the weekly magazine "Household Words". The travel pieces were inspired by the time Murray spent as part of the British diplomatic service in Constantinople, "where his relations with Lord Stratford... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140566

  54. The Spanish Temper.
    PRITCHETT, V. S. The Spanish Temper.

    New York : 1954

    First US edition, first printing, presentation copy, inscribed by the author to his parents on the front free endpaper, "To my dear father and mother, with love from Victor. April 15th '54". Published the same year as the London edition, Pritchett's study on Spain, which has elicited comparisons with Orwell's Homage to Catalonia, was based on the four... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140545

  55. The Book of Common Prayer,
    (BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER.) The Book of Common Prayer,

    Oxford : 1753

    An attractive copy of Baskett's Book of Common Prayer in contemporary streaked morocco, particularly distinguished for its elegant panelling and gauffered edges. Learn More

    Stock Code: 139566

  56. The Vision; or Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise.
    DANTE ALIGHIERI. The Vision; or Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise.

    London : 1819

    Second and best edition of one of the most important translations of Dante of the Romantic era, following the very scarce first edition which appeared in 1814 in such a diminutive format that it was barely legible.
    "In January 1797 Cary began his translation of Dante's Divina commedia into blank verse. He started with the Purgatorio in 1797-8, but... Learn More

    Stock Code: 139502

  57. The Ways of Behaviorism.
    WATSON, John B. The Ways of Behaviorism.

    New York and London : 1928

    First edition, first printing. The chief proponent of behaviorism in the US, Watson here gives an overview of the discipline for a popular readership and its application in everyday problems; much of the book was previously published in Harper's Magazine. Uncommon in the dust jacket. Learn More

    Stock Code: 136446

  58. Behaviorism.
    WATSON, John B. Behaviorism.

    New York : 1925

    First edition in book form, signed by Watson on the front free endpaper, and scarce thus. The 12 lectures were given by Watson from 1924 to 1925 for the non-profit People's Institute as part of their adult education programme, and gave a popular overview of the behaviorist discipline. Each lecture was printed in pamphlet form afterwards by the Institute's... Learn More

    Stock Code: 136450

  59. The Philosophy of Andy Warhol.
    WARHOL, Andy. The Philosophy of Andy Warhol.

    New York : 1975

    Second edition, first printing, inscribed "to Jenny, Best Regards, Andy Warhol" on the half-title. Learn More

    Stock Code: 135214

  60. Autograph letter signed.
    HOUSMAN, A. E. Autograph letter signed.


    Housman answers one of his early fan letters: "Dear Sir, I am much obliged by your kindness in writing to me, and glad that my verses have pleased you. I am yours faithfully A. E. Housman". The letter dates two years after Housman had published A Shropshire Lad, his first and at that stage only book (excepting one university pamphlet). A second edition... Learn More

    Stock Code: 133590

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