Search results for: 'BLUNDEN, Edmund.'
BLUNDEN, Edmund. The Waggoner and other Poems.
London : 1920First edition, second issue. Of an edition of 500, 250 copies were bound in purple cloth for immediate issue, 100 sets of sheets were sent to NY for Knopf's American edition, and the remaining 150 bound up in green cloth later in 1920. Extremely uncommon in jacket in either issue. Blunden's first trade publication, The Waggoner was issued with the encouragement... Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 70521
BLUNDEN, Edmund. Retreat.
[London] : 1928Signed limited edition, publisher's presentation copy, inscribed on the limitation page "Kenneth Rae his copy; floreant Ambo. E. B. May? no, June 2, 1929", with a drawing of a road sign around the limitation, numbering this copy "Thorough fare. By. Order". One of 112 signed copies on hand-made paper, of which 12 out of series unnumbered copies not for... Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 142941
BLUNDEN, Edmund - THORPE, Michael. The Poetry of Edmund Blunden.
[Wateringbury] : 1971First edition, first impression, of the author's essay on Blunden's poetry, focusing on the "Joy" poems which are reproduced in the text. Learn More£65.00
Stock Code: 89484
BLUNDEN, Edmund (ed.); SMART, Christopher. A Song to David, with other poems.
London : 1924First edition thus, first impression. Presentation copy, inscribed by Blunden ten years after publication to his fellow Oxford tutor Maurice Roy Ridley on the front free endpaper, "M. R. Ridley with E. Blunden's grateful regard - 3 March 1934". Loosely inserted is a manuscript letter from Blunden presenting the work and affectionally answering an accusation... Learn More£275.00
Stock Code: 129178
WALLER, John; C. S. Lewis; Edmund Blunden, & others - DOUGLAS, Keith, & Alec H. Hardie (eds.) Augury. An Oxford Miscellany of Verse & Prose.
Oxford : 1940First edition, first impression, signed five times and annotated by the poet John Waller, and with a publisher's compliments slip laid-in. Waller has signed his two poetic contributions, "Photograph Album" and "Ophelia"; added a barely legible original poem, signed, on the same page; annotated a Keith Douglas translation of Horace; and inscribed his... Learn More£225.00
Stock Code: 99176
WAUGH, Evelyn (contrib.) Authors Take Sides on the Spanish War.
London : 1937First edition, first impression, of the transatlantic equivalent of the American "Writers Take Sides on the Spanish War" pamphlet, although the present UK version is much scarcer.
This pamphlet prints 148 responses of a wide variety of authors to the questions: "Are you for, or against, the legal Government and the People of Republican Spain?... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 147662
YEATS, W. B. Autograph letter signed to William Force Stead.
Riversdale, Willbrook, Rathfarnham, Dublin : 26 September A fascinating letter written by Yeats to his friend William Force Stead (1884-1967), expounding the symbolic meanings in the ring that Yeats had had made for him by Edmund Dulac.
Stead was an American-born poet, literary scholar, and Anglican clergyman, who studied at Oxford and then became chaplain and fellow at Worcester College from 1926 to... Learn More£5,500.00
Stock Code: 123152