Search results for: 'FORSTER, E. M.'
FORSTER, E. M. - DICKINSON, Goldsworthy Lowes. Appearances.
London & Toronto : 1914First edition, first impression. The copy of E. M. Forster, with his estate label to the front pastedown, and his inscription to the front free endpaper: "Taken from Goldie's room August 6th 1932", Goldie being the author Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson, and consequently this also being the author's own copy. A nice association copy: Dickinson became Forster's... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 133767
FORSTER, E. M. The Development of English Prose Between 1918 and 1939
Glasgow : 1945First edition, inscribed by Forster on the half title: "Monroe Wheeler, with E. M. Forster's best wishes. May 1946." Forster has made one correction to the text (page 10); laid in is part of the original stamped envelope hand-addressed by Forster to Wheeler at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Wheeler (1899-1988) became the inaugural Director... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 128015
FORSTER, E. M. Alexandria: A History and A Guide.
Alexandria : 1922First edition, first impression. Presentation copy inscribed by the author to Hugh Walpole on the front free endpaper "For Hugh, from E. M. Forster" and with Walpole's Brackenburn book label on the front pastedown. Copies of the first edition are rare, as most of the print run was destroyed by fire. Learn More£2,750.00
Stock Code: 90044
FORSTER, E. M. - LUBBOCK, Percy. Roman Pictures.
London : 1923First edition, first impression, of this humorously fictionalised account of an Englishman's visit to Rome. This copy comes from the library of E. M. Forster, with his book label to the front pastedown, and the inscription "Hugh Brogan 20 November 71" on the front free endpaper. This is a great association copy.
Lubbock was a Cambridge contemporary... Learn More£450.00
Stock Code: 148116
FORSTER, E. M. A Passage to India.
London : 1924First edition, first impression. Copies in the dust jacket are very scarce. "Up to the last moment Forster had been assailed by doubts and despairs about his novel, but its reception removed all his fears. The book suited the moment, and friends and reviewers alike called it a masterpiece and his finest achievement" (P. N. Furbank, E. M. Forster: A... Learn More£8,750.00
Stock Code: 126380
FORSTER, E. M. Alexandria: A History and A Guide.
Alexandria : 1922First edition. Presentation copy, inscribed by Forster "AJB, from the author" on the front free endpaper, and with the ownership inscription of the recipient, A. J. Butler, on the front board. This is Oxford historian Alfred Joshua Butler (1850-1936), whose work The Arab Conquest of Egypt (1902) Forster cites as his main source for the period, and describes... Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 112539
FORSTER, E. M. The Story of the Siren.
Richmond, London : 1920First edition, first impression, one of 500 copies printed. This copy has an excellent Bloomsbury provenance, being that of Frances Partridge, with her ownership inscription to the front free endpaper, "Frances Marshall, 1921".
Both Marshall and Forster were closely entangled in the Bloomsbury set and consequently each other. In 1925 Forster... Learn More£950.00
Stock Code: 139687
FORSTER, E. M. The Government of Egypt.
London : First edition of this pamphlet which outlines the historical, social, and political background of the relationship between Egypt and Great Britain. Forster served as a volunteer with the Red Cross between November 1915 and January 1919: while some of the material is "the result of personal experience his time in Egypt was generally not under conditions... Learn More£320.00
Stock Code: 21613
FORSTER, E. M. The New Disorder.
New York : 1949First separate edition, signed limited issue, number V of 20 copies signed by both author and illustrator, from a total edition of 1,200. Forster's essay was first published in Horizon, December 1941, and largely incorporated in "Art for Art's Sake" in Harper's Magazine, August 1949. Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 100433
WOOLF, Virginia. Jacob's Room.
Richmond : 1922First edition, first impression. One of 40 "A" subscribers' copies with the part-printed limitation label to the front free endpaper completed in ink by Virginia Woolf and signed by her. These copies were issued in advance of the trade publication and were not issued in dust jacket; they were given to the active subscribers who had supported the press's... Learn More£27,500.00
Stock Code: 65828
GARNETT, David. [Autobiography:] The Golden Echo; The Flowers of the Forest; The Familiar Faces.
London : 1953, 1955, 1962First editions, first impressions, of David Garnett's autobiographical trilogy, with Flowers of the Forest being a wonderful Bloomsbury group presentation copy inscribed to E. M. Forster on the front free endpaper, "E. M. Forster, affectionately from David Garnett", and with Forster's ex-libris to front pastdown. The other two volumes have been added... Learn More£2,750.00
Stock Code: 145666
BERKELEY, Anthony, as Francis Iles. Before the Fact.
London : 1932First edition, first impression; rare in the jacket, which prints Gollancz's sensational list of the possible identities of "Francis Iles", including E. M. Forster, R. Austin Freeman, Patrick Hamilton, Aldous Huxley, Mrs. Belloc Lowndes, Eden Phillpotts, Osbert Sitwell, Hugh Walpole and H. G. Wells. Learn More£7,500.00
Stock Code: 86219
WOOLF, Virginia. The Waves.
London : 1931First edition, first impression, of Woolf's most ambitious and experimental novel, hailed by Cyril Connolly as her "masterpiece... It is one of the books which comes nearest to stating the mystery of life and so, in a sense, nearest to solving it" (Connolly, p. 49). The text is woven from the interior voices of its six protagonists, who were in part... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 138885
SENHOUSE, Roger; TRILLING, Lionel. The Middle of the Journey.
New York : 1947First edition, first printing. Roger Senhouse's copy, sent to him by literary agents Pearn, Pollinger & Higham for the preparation of the first UK edition, published by Secker and Warburg the following year, and containing an illuminating collection of ephemera and correspondence exchanged between Senhouse, Frederic Warburg, Trilling, and critic Cyril... Learn More£975.00
Stock Code: 110965
NABOKOV, Vladimir. Nikolai Gogol.
Norfolk, CT : First edition, first issue, presentation copy, inscribed in Rrussian by Nabokov to his wife Véra on the front free endpaper: "My beloved, here's a little book for you, my life, here's another little book for you, my love, there will be more little books / B the letter "V" in English / 1944". Nabokov has annotated this copy in nearly 60 instances, from... Learn More£37,500.00
Stock Code: 123847
RAFFLES, Thomas Stamford. The History of Java.
London : 1817First edition of Raffles's masterful account of Java. Raffles was appointed lieutenant governor of Java in 1811 when the island and its dependencies were occupied by Lord Minto following the annexation of the Netherlands by Napoleon. During the next four years he extended the area of European control and reorganized the Dutch colonial system in the... Learn More£9,500.00
Stock Code: 136364
NICHOLS, Robert. Ardours and Endurances
New York : First US edition, first printing, fulsomely inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper with an eight-line poetic quotation from "The Full Heart" (printed p. 65). From the library of Lois Walcott Kellogg (1894-1944), wealthy heiress to the Charles P. Kellogg manufacturing fortune through her mother Emma Lois Kellogg, and daughter of Supreme Court... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 117876
ELIOT, T. S. Poems 1909-1925.
London : 1925First edition, first impression, scarce in the jacket. The collection selects from Prufrock (1917), Poems (1920), and also prints The Waste Land (1922, here including for the first time the dedication to Ezra Pound as "il miglior fabbro") and The Hollow Men, for which this is the first appearance.
Some literary manuscript and typescript material... Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 137380
STEPHEN, Thoby. Compulsory Chapel.
[Cambridge : 1904]First and only edition of this pamphlet, anonymously printed and privately circulated by Thoby Stephen among his Cambridge cohorts, rebelling against compulsory chapel attendance for students and exhorting them to assert their right not to attend. This is a rare survival, Library Hub locates a single copy (Cambridge), WordlCat adds a copy at the BL,... Learn More£3,750.00
Stock Code: 147579
DICKENS, Charles. The Uncommercial Traveller.
London : 1861 [i.e. 1860]First edition in book form, presentation copy from Dickens to his friend William Harness, inscribed by the author on the title page "The Rev: William Harness From Charles Dickens Christmas, 1860".
Dickens's friendship with the Shakespearean scholar William Harness (1790-1869) probably began at the Athenaeum - where both were members - in 1838,... Learn More£25,000.00
Stock Code: 143168
AINSWORTH, William Harrison. Jack Sheppard.
London : 1839First edition of one of the most popular and polarising "Newgate" novels, accompanied by some of Cruikshank's best illustrative work. "Praised for its vivid writing, especially its depiction of a storm on the Thames and its account of Jack Sheppard's escape from Newgate prison, the novel became so popular that by the end of 1839 nine different theatrical... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 118496