Search results for: 'WOOLF, Virginia.'
WOOLF, Virginia. Street Haunting.
San Francisco : 1930First and signed limited edition, sole printing, number 269 of 500 copies signed by Woolf, in her usual purple ink on the limitation page. Woolf's 1927 essay explores the joy of walking London, presenting glimpses into the personal lives of those doing so. It was not published separately in the UK. Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 150717
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
WOOLF, Virginia. Three Guineas.
London : 1938First edition, first impression. Written as a companion piece to her earlier essay, A Room of One's Own, Woolf addresses how women can influence and prevent the rise of militarism, even though they are excluded from education, professional employment, and the public sphere. Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 138941
WOOLF, Virginia. The Voyage Out.
London : 1915First edition, first impression, of the author's first book. The Voyage Out introduces the character of Clarissa Dalloway, most famous as the central character of Mrs Dalloway (1925). Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 73631
WOOLF, Virginia. Kew Gardens. Decorated by Vanessa Bell.
[London] : 1927First edition fully illustrated by Vanessa Bell, (third overall), signed by Woolf and Bell on the limitation page, and numbered 62 from a limited edition of 500.
It was first published in 1919, and Bell's contribution to the first two editions was a woodcut frontispiece and finispiece only. The unexpected success of this work, Woolf's third published... Learn More£15,000.00
Stock Code: 139242
WOOLF, Virginia. Autograph letter signed to T. S. Eliot.
Hogarth House, Paradise Road, Richmond, Surrey : Sunday [12 November 1922?]An exceptional letter connecting two of the key figures of the English modernist movement, here in their capacity as publisher/editors in the annus mirabilis of modernist publishing. Virginia Woolf writes to T. S. Eliot, addressing him familiarly as "Tom", on Hogarth House stationery towards the end of 1922, the year in which the Woolfs began to run... Learn More£7,500.00
Stock Code: 126655
WOOLF, Virginia. Orlando.
London : 1928First trade edition, first impression. Woolf's Orlando is widely recognized as a masterpiece of modernist and feminist literature, and remains among her best-known works. Dedicated to Vita Sackville-West, whose androgynous personality inspired the character, the book was described by her son Nigel Nicholson as "the longest love letter in history". This... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 145082
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... Learn More£950.00
Stock Code: 147718
WOOLF, Virginia. Granite and Rainbow. Essays.
London : 1958Proof copy of Leonard Woolf's 1958 volume of his wife's uncollected essays. The book is structured into two sections: "The Art of Fiction" and "The Art of Biography". There are 27 essays in total. Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 149969
WOOLF, Virginia. Monday or Tuesday.
Richmond : 1921First edition, first impression, one of 1,000 copies of this collection of short stories, and an early Hogarth Press production. Leonard Woolf stated that the work "was printed by F. T. McDermott of the Prompt Press, Richmond, who used to give him advice on printing problems when he and Mrs. Woolf first started the Hogarth Press" (Kirkpatrick). Woolf... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 137334
WOOLF, Virginia. Monday or Tuesday.
Richmond : 1921First edition, first impression, one of 1,000 copies of this only collection of short stories to be published in Woolf's lifetime, and an early Hogarth Press production. Leonard Woolf stated that the work "was printed by F. T. McDermott of the Prompt Press, Richmond, who used to give him advice on printing problems when he and Mrs. Woolf first started... Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 139321
WOOLF, Virginia. To the Lighthouse.
London : 1927First edition, first impression, with the front panel of Vanessa Bell's scarce dust jacket laid in at the front, and a Woolf signature (clipped from the Beau Brummell signed limited edition) loosely interted.
To the Lighthouse was "written at the height of her luminous Impressionist vision... It is the sunniest of her books and shows the obsession... Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 147068
WOOLF, Virginia. Night and Day.
London : 1919First edition, first impression, of Woolf's second novel. Published in October 1919, this is one of 2,000 copies only. This book is uncommonly found in such good condition with the titles still blue on the spine. Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 148657
WOOLF, Virginia. Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown.
London : 1924First edition, first impression, this copy with appealing provenance: from the library of George "Dadie" Rylands, darling of the "Second Generation" Bloomsbury set, who was working as an assistant at the Hogarth Press at the time of publication, with his bookplate and a typed note loosely inserted, annotated by Rylands in ink and initialled by him,... Learn More£650.00
Stock Code: 148813
WOOLF, Virginia. The Mark on the Wall.
Richmond : 1919First separate edition, second overall, one of 1,000 copies printed. Originally published in 1917 as part of the Hogarth Press's first publication, Two Stories, it is here incorporating Virginia Woolf's "slight editorial changes" (Willis). This copy with the ownership signature of the Bloomsburyite John Hampson Simpson, whose novel, Saturday Night at... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 150218
WOOLF, Virginia. Aurora Leigh. Offprint from
1931First printing of this appreciation of Elizabeth Barret Browning's Aurora Leigh (1856). Woolf's essay was reprinted and slightly revised in TLS on 2 July 1931; The Common Reader: Second Series, 1932; and in the Collected Essays, Vol. I, 1966. In this essay Woolf analyses Browning's work and writing form, and wonders why it has "left no successors",... Learn More£400.00
Stock Code: 46203
WOOLF, Virginia. The Years.
London : 1937First edition, first impression. This is Woolf's penultimate novel, also the most popular during her lifetime. She began writing it in the early 1930s as a novel-essay titled The Pargiters, and subsequently divided it into two parts: the fiction portion became The Years and the essay portion the basis for Three Guineas. Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 36188
WOOLF, Virginia. Memories of a Working Women's Guild. Offprint from.
1930First printing of this essay, reprinted (revised) as the introduction to Life as We Have Known It, Margaret Llewelyn Davies (ed), Hogarth Press 1931; collected in The Captain's Death Bed, 1950; Selections from Her Essays, 1966; Collected Essays, Vol. 4, 1967. Woolf had an active interest in the Labour Party and Co-operative Movement and regularly held... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 46212
WOOLF, Virginia. Jacob's Room.
London : 1922First edition, first impression. Jacob's Room, Woolf's third novel, was the first full-length book to be published by the Hogarth Press, and marked the point from which the Woolfs decided to run the Press as a genuine business concern. Learn More£1,650.00
Stock Code: 28033
WOOLF, Virginia. Roger Fry: A Biography.
London : 1940First edition, first impression, of Woolf's biography of Roger Fry, English painter and fellow member of the Bloomsbury Group. Woolf wrote the biography at the request of the Fry family. Learn More£850.00
Stock Code: 138410
WOOLF, Virginia. The Years.
London : 1937First edition, first impression, of Woolf's penultimate novel, and the most popular of her novels during her lifetime.
Woolf began The Years in the early 1930s as a novel-essay entitled The Pargiters. Woolf subsequently divided it into two parts, with the fiction portion reworked into The Years and the essay portion the basis for Three Guineas.... Learn More£650.00
Stock Code: 147720
WOOLF, Virginia (contrib.); MAITLAND, Frederic William. The Life and Letters of Leslie Stephen.
London : 1906 First edition. The book contains Virginia Woolf's first appearance in a book at pp. 474-6, chapter XI, "The Sunset". Learn More£425.00
Stock Code: 84698
WOOLF, Leonard. Stories of the East.
Richmond : 1921First edition, sole impression, of this very scarce early Hogarth Press book, one of 300 copies hand printed by the Woolfs and with front wrapper design by Dora Carrington. This copy is an extraordinary survival of an already rare book and fragile book, here in effectively fine condition, uncut and unopened.
An instant success, with all but three... Learn More£3,500.00
Stock Code: 144822
MANSFIELD, Katherine. Prelude.
Richmond : First edition, sole printing, one of 300 copies hand printed by the Woolfs, this copy exceptionally bright. This is theoretically the second issue as the Ferguson woodcut does not appear on the front wrapper. It is however admitted that the tiny number known to exist with the woodcut were trials as Virginia Woolf vetoed the illustration. This is an... Learn More£6,750.00
Stock Code: 150010
SACKVILLE-WEST, Vita. Seducers in Ecuador.
London : 1924First edition, first impression, of the first book by Vita Sackville-West published by Woolf at the Hogarth Press. Published in a run of 1,500 copies, it is rarely found in the jacket and in such good condition.
The pair had first met in December 1922, and quickly became confidants and friends. Seducers in Ecuador followed on 30 October 1924,... Learn More£650.00
Stock Code: 148623
FAITHFULL, Lilian. Autograph draft for Men and Women of the Time: A Dictionary of Contemporaries.
13 Kensington Square, W., : Two page autograph draft with annotations and corrections in ink and pencil by Lilian Faithfull, an early reformer of women's higher education and one of Virginia Woolf's lecturers, for her autobiographical entry in Men and Women of the Time: A Dictionary of Contemporaries (1899). Written in the third person, it culminates with her appointment as Head... Learn More£425.00
Stock Code: 132800
GRAVES, Robert. Whipperginny.
London : 1923First edition, first impression, rare presentation copy inscribed "Edith Sitwell from Robert Graves and good luck! 1923" on the front free endpaper. Edith Sitwell (1887-1964) and her brothers Osbert and Sacheverell were at the time the darlings of the London literary scene. She was a friend of Graves in the 1920s and visited him in Islip. She admired... Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 119069
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