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MALSON, Lucien (ed.) Les Cahiers du Jazz. Revue Musicale.
Paris : 1959-64First editions of the complete run of Malson, Filipacchi and Tenot's highly influential periodical. Consciously modelled on the Cahiers du Cinema, the content was of unimpeachable seriousness, and unquestionable excellence. Contributors include Malson, Michel-Claude Jalard, Gunther Schuller, Jean Clouzet and Michel Delorme, with discographies by Jorgen... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 81916
BURROUGHS, Edgar Rice. Thuvia Maid of Mars.
London : 1921First UK edition, first impression, originally published in the US in the previous year. Thuvia Maid of Mars was the fourth book in Burroughs's John Carter of Mars series, focusing on Carter's son Carthoris and his quest to rescue a kidnapped Martian princess. An attractive copy in the scarce dust jacket. Learn More£2,750.00
Stock Code: 82807
WHITE, T. H. Earth Stopped or Mr. Marx's Sporting Tour.
London : 1934First edition, first impression, of White's early comic novel assembling a ludicrous array of characters at a fox-hunting party at "Woodmansterne Hall... a sort of private Bedlam. The guests are sufficiently ill-assorted to amuse, ranging from the Countess of Scamperdale, who endeavoured to go intellectual as well as horsey, to Mr. Marx the Communist,... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 85977
SPEKE, John Hanning. What led to the Discovery of the Source of the Nile.
Edinburgh and London : 1864First edition. Undoubtedly the less common of Speke's two books on his exploration of the African lake regions, containing his accounts of the momentous discovery of Lakes Victoria and Tanganyika. Although it was published the year following his Journal of the Discovery of the Source of the Nile, this work documents the first expedition arranged by... Learn More£2,750.00
Stock Code: 91122
KING, Francis. A Domestic Animal.
London : 1969First edition, first printing, the so-called "suppressed" edition. This edition was withdrawn before publication, rewritten, and reissued in 1970, as a result of a libel case involving the former Labour MP, and King's erstwhile friend, Tom Skeffington-Lodge. With a TLS from the author to Tom Driberg, journalist and MP, sending him the book and flippantly... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 106891
GRAY, John Henry. Walks in the City of Canton.
Victoria, Hong Kong, : 1875First edition, extremely uncommon, COPAC locates just 5 copies - BL, V & A, Cambridge, Durham and Leeds, SOAS has only the 1974 reprint. Gray presents a guide-book offering seven detailed itineraries for walks taking in sights around the city, with references linking back to the substantial text providing the historical, social and "ethnographical"... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 90820
SENDAK, Maurice. Where the Wild Things Are.
New York : 1963First edition, first printing, first issue. There seem to be multiple issues of the first printing of this elusive and important book. Variations in price occur throughout the later states but have no bearing on the status of the true first issue. Primacy is established through the text of the blurb which, as in the present copy, makes no mention of... Learn More£4,500.00
Stock Code: 96725
TROLLOPE, Anthony. Orley Farm.
London : 1862First edition, first issue, an exceptionally good copy. Unusually, the two volumes were published nearly ten months apart, and subsequent re-issues of each volume did not proceed in step, with the result is that sets often have the two volumes in mismatched issues. Sadleir claims priority for copies with the grain of the cloth perpendicular for vol.... Learn More£4,500.00
Stock Code: 32310
BEECHEY, F. W. Narrative of a Voyage to the Pacific and Beering's [sic]Strait,
London : 1831First octavo edition, same year as the Admiralty edition in quarto, of "one of the most valuable of modern voyages"(Hill). Beechey's expedition went to the Bering Strait "As a relief expedition to await the separate expeditions of Captains Franklin and Parry". Beechey heard at Kamchatka that Parry had turned back, but he waited at Kotzebue Sound for... Learn More£3,500.00
Stock Code: 60152
BENTHAM, Jeremy. Truth versus Ashhurst; or Law as it is, contrasted with what it is said to be. Written in December, 1792. And now first published.
London : 1823First edition. The text was also printed the same year by Carlile, with Bentham's name on the title and a short annoucement that the work was first printed (i.e. by Moses) "by order of Mr. Bentham for distribution among his friends", before Carlile asked whether the work might be made available for a wider audience and duly produced his own edition.
This... Learn More£225.00
Stock Code: 101585
CHRISTIE, Agatha. Hubert Gregg's archive of typescripts, autograph manuscripts, and letters relating to the plays of Agatha Christie;
1953-72A superb collection of material, illuminating Christie's relationship with her director and producer over the course of five plays and two decades. The typescripts in particular document the process from casting to opening night in great detail, the contributions and opinions of the director and producer recorded at each point, but with little doubt... Learn More£16,000.00
Stock Code: 110880
PUNSHON, E. R. The Bath Mysteries.
London : 1936First edition, first impression. A gruesome mystery from the Sergeant Bobby Owen series, and published in the US in 1942 under the title The Bathtub Murder Case. This is the publisher's retained copy with their stamp to the front panel of the dust jacket and the front pastedown, from the archive of Victor Gollancz (1893-1967), one of the revolutionary... Learn More£1,875.00
Stock Code: 93706
HAMMETT, Dashiell. [A set of 12 works of Hammet's collected short fiction:]
New York : 1943-62First editions, first printings, as well as the reissues of the first two volumes in the series: The Big Knock-Over (reissue of 106,000 Blood Money), and They Can Only Hang You Once (reissue of The Adventures of Sam Spade). A lovely set of Hammett's first twelve books of collected short fiction. Learn More£3,250.00
Stock Code: 94424
(DOLMEN PRESS.) The Dolmen Chapbook: A Miscellany in Twelve Parts.
DublinRare complete set of the Dolmen chapbooks in the original paper wrappers. "The idea behind the Dolmen chapbooks was to print short texts with illustrations, using various type formats and techniques within a uniform page size The series gives a fair picture of the very personal interests which informed the Press at this time, and several of the titles... Learn More£3,750.00
Stock Code: 79449
LATROBE, Christian Ignatius. Journal of a Visit to South Africa, in 1815, and 1816.
London : 1818First edition. Latrobe was sent out to South Africa in response to the request of Moravian missionaries at Genadendal and Groenekloof for a minister to visit them. "The Governor of the Cape had expressed a wish that a third station should be opened, and in order to choose a site the author travelled through a large part of the country right up to the... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 87170
EDEN, William. Four Letters to the Earl of Carlisle.
London : 1779First edition. William Eden (1744-1814) had been appointed by Lord North as part of the five-man commission for conciliation with America, led by Eden's friend the fifth earl of Carlisle. The commission failed, unable to conciliate the rebellious colonists. Eden's Four Letters provided a defence of the ministry's policy of negotiating with the Americans,... Learn More£175.00
Stock Code: 123562
BENTHAM, Jeremy. Traités de législation civile et pénale,
Paris : 1802First edition, translated and edited by Étienne Dumont, from Bentham's manuscripts. This work did more than any other to establish Bentham's reputation. It consists partly of papers by Bentham himself, some of which were originally composed in French, and partly of a digest by Dumont of Bentham's ideas.
"Romilly tells an amusing story of Bentham's... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 101581
WHARTON, Edith. Hudson River Bracketed.
London, New York : 1929First edition, UK issue. The dedication copy, with the author's presentation inscription to the dedication leaf incorporating the printed dedication, "To A.J.H.S. From E.W. December 1929". The dedicatee was John Hugh Smith, a wealthy English banker who met Wharton at Stanway in 1908. The two became fast friends and "embarked on a friendly, even flirtatious... Learn More£9,500.00
Stock Code: 131588
(SOUTH SEA COMPANY.) Collection of British Parliamentary Acts relating to the South Sea Company.
1711-1751A substantial collection of parliamentary acts relating to the formation, regulation, and eventual collapse of the South Sea Company, as well as the parliamentary repercussions against those responsible and attempts to ameliorate the effects. Such substantial collections of South Sea material are uncommon in commerce, and moreover some of the individual... Learn More£6,500.00
Stock Code: 97357
PRICE, Richard. Observations on Reversionary Payments; on Schemes for providing Annuities for Widows, and for Persons in Old Age;
London : 1792Fifth edition. Price was "working on this edition at the time of his death, and had seen the revised version of the first volume through the press, but it was left to his nephew, William Morgan, to complete the second and write the General Introduction. In his introduction to the fifth edition Morgan noted that it contains a new table for the life of... Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 135492
MOREAU-CHRISTOPHE, L.-M. (trans.) De l'état actuel et de la réforme des prisons de Grande-Bretagne.
Paris : 1838First edition in French of the official reports on the state of the prisons made in Great Britain in the 1830s, covering prisons in England, Ireland and Scotland, with preliminary observations by Messrs Crawford and Russell on the silent system and the separate system. A survey of the various prisons is followed by an 80-page part concerning reforms... Learn More£425.00
Stock Code: 91107
[DAVIES, Sir John.] A discoverie of the true causes why Ireland was never entirely subdued, nor brought under obedience of the crowne of England, untill the beginning of his Majesties happie raigne.
[London] : 1612First edition; rare in commerce. As part of the regime consolidating English rule following the defeat of Tyrone's rebel forces, Sir John Davies's career in Ireland spanned 16 years' service, first as solicitor-general, 1603-6, then as attorney-general, 1606-19. More than any other English administrator, Davies realised that military force in itself... Learn More£4,250.00
Stock Code: 86755
CANNAN, Joanna. Pray Do Not Venture.
London : 1937First edition, first impression of the novel, featuring a couple who emigrate to Australia. Cannan is perhaps better known today for her three daughters Josephine, Diana and Christine Pullein-Thompson, who wrote a number of fictional equestrian books which were extremely popular with girls. From the publisher's archive with their stamp to the title... Learn More£325.00
Stock Code: 95324
PRYCE, Daisy Hugh. Goddesses Three.
London : 1896First edition, rare: not in Sadleir or the extensive collection of Robert Lee Wolff (the author is absent entirely from both catalogues), Copac lists only 6 copies in British and Irish institutional libraries (BL, Oxford, Cambridge, London Library, Scotland, Trinity College Dublin), and OCLC adds only 4 copies worldwide (California at Berkeley, Illinois,... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 103244
WANINGEN, Hendrick. 'Recht Gebruyck van't Italiaens Boeck-Houden,
Amsterdam : 1672First edition thus, rare. Wanigen's work on book-keeping, originally entitled Tresor van het Italiaens boeck-houden, first appeared in 1607. His pupil, Johannes Buingha, was responsible for publishing further editions of it, until this one, which is the first to include Buingha's own work. "As is stated on the title-page, Waninghen's book contains a... Learn More£4,500.00
Stock Code: 105571
COOK, James. The Three Voyages... Round The World.
London : 1821An attractively illustrated edition, presented here entirely untrimmed, reprinting the full texts of the original published accounts of Cook's three voyages. "Captain Cook's three great voyages form the basis for any collection of Pacific books. In three voyages Cook did more to clarify the geographical knowledge of the southern hemisphere than all... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 16138
BENTHAM, Jeremy. The Book of Fallacies: from Unfinished Papers.
London : 1824First edition. "The substance of this treatise, drawn up from the most unfinished of all Mr. Bentham's Manuscripts, has already been published in French by M. Dumont" (Preface). A host of fallacies are detected and analysed, for instance the Argument from the Wisdom of Our Ancestors; the Hobgoblin Argument or 'No Innovation'; the Official Malefactors... Learn More£350.00
Stock Code: 101331
COLE, G. D. H. & Margaret Cole. A Guide to Modern Politics.
London : 1934First edition, first impression. The publisher's archive copy with their stamp on the title page. "Understand the questions which have meant life or death in Germany, Russia, Italy, and which may very soon mean life or death for us" proclaims the front of the dust jacket - a good example of eye-catching Gollancz design and typography. Learn More£30.00
Stock Code: 96228
[SPENCE, Dermot Chesson.] KORRAGH. I Sang for my Suppers.
Sheffield : 1942First edition, first printing. Korragh is the pseudonym of author Dermot Spence, who wrote this collection of war poems to answer "the inevitable question: What did you do in the Great War, Daddy... ?" An uncommon work with two copies traced on OCLC. Learn More£75.00
Stock Code: 118947
(BECKETT, Samuel.) BISHOP, Tom, & Raymond Federman (eds.) L'Herne: Samuel Beckett.
Paris : 1976First edition, first printing, presentation copy, inscribed to Samuel Beckett by Tom Bishop, one of the two editors, on the front free endpaper, "For Sam, with more thanks than I could ever tell you with all my friendship and admiration. Tom. Paris Nov 3. 1976". Issued as part of the Cahiers de L'Herne (a series of critical monographs in French), this... Learn More£4,250.00
Stock Code: 94019
BENTLEY, Nicolas. "Honestly, Shelagh, if you want Dance, dance, dance, little lady, you'll have to ask them for yourself."
1959Black-tied gentleman refuses his somewhat matronly dancing partner's request for a request. The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s and 60s. Never savage, though often waspishly accurate and exuding an urbane air of amusement at the foibles of his fellows, Bentley's... Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 67327
WODEHOUSE, P. G. Louder and Funnier.
London : 1932First edition, first impression. A collection of 19 humorous essays, reworked from articles published in Vanity Fair between 1914 and 1923. In his introduction to the book, Wodehouse explains that he borrowed the title from "the old story... of the nervous after-dinner speaker" who is speaking in a faltering undertone when a voice demands "Louder, please",... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 91641
DUNSANY, Lord. The Last Revolution.
London : 1951First edition, first printing. Signed by the author on the title page. Dunsany (1878-1957) was "unquestionably one of the most important writers of heroic fantasy of the century; a writer of great originality and charm" (Bleiler). Learn More£250.00
Stock Code: 100857
MAUGHAM, W. Somerset. A Man Of Honour.
London : 1903First edition, first impression. One of 150 copies printed at the author's request to be used during rehearsals of the play and sold at the first performances in February 1903. This pamphlet is rarely seen in commerce, as Maugham put it in his preface to Frederick Bason's bibliography in 1931: "But there is another little book of mine which must be... Learn More£4,500.00
Stock Code: 103296
BRUCE, James. Travels To Discover the Source of the Nile,
Edinburgh : 1790First edition of "one of the great travel accounts of the eighteenth century" (ODNB), untrimmed and rare thus. James Bruce of Kinnaird (1730-1794) was only the second European to visit the isolated mountain kingdom of Abyssinia since the 1630s, and his fame on his return rivalled that of Captain Cook and Joseph Banks, recently returned from the Pacific,... Learn More£4,750.00
Stock Code: 107966
(MARRYAT, Frederick.) RICHARDSON, G.B. The Universal Code of Signals for the Mercantile Marine of all Nations,
1864Renowned as a story-teller of the sea, Marryat was elected to the Royal Society in 1819 mainly on the strength of this adaptation of Sir Home Popham's system of signaling, first published 1817. "This earned him a large and regular income." (ODNB) He later received the Légion d'Honneur from the king of France "for services rendered to science... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 42489
MAITLAND, James, eighth Earl of Lauderdale. Recherches sur la nature et l'origine de la richesse publique,
Paris : 1808First edition in French, published four years after the first edition in English. Lauderdale "has been hailed as a forerunner of Keynes, in as much as he argued that over-saving was a distinct possibility and that public spending was required to offset private thrift if stagnation was to be asserted" (Blaug). In the present work Lauderdale questioned... Learn More£575.00
Stock Code: 113498
MOLYNEUX, William. Dioptrica nova. A Treatise of Dioptricks, In Two Parts.
London : 1692First edition of the first treatise on the subject to be published in English. Molyneux, who has a claim to be considered the founder of modern science in Ireland, based his book on his discourses to the Dublin Philosophical Society delivered between 1683 and 1686 on the illusion of the different magnitudes of the horizontal and meridional moon, on... Learn More£15,000.00
Stock Code: 80630
GOYON DE LA PLOMBANIE, Henri. La France Agricole et Marchande.
Avignon : 1762First edition of this economic utopia. Published anonymously, as were many of Goyon de la Plombanie's works. Foreshadowing the effects of increased production on society, the results of industrialisation, urban migration and overcrowding, he proposed the use of cartography to document natural borders and indicate ownership and the improvement of road... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 93463
(NAVAL.) Report of the Committee on the Inflexible. With Appendix.
London : 1878First and only edition, extremely uncommon. COPAC locates just NLS and Liverpool, OCLC adds the Technische Universiteit at Delft. Inflexible was built to counter the Mediterranean threat of the Italian battleships Duilio and Dandolo, huge ironclad platforms carrying two pairs of 15-inch Armstrong guns each. Inflexible mounted more ordnance than any... Learn More£850.00
Stock Code: 94263
HOME, Henry, Lord Kames. Elements of Criticism.
Edinburgh : 1762First edition of Kames's large and systematic philosophical and aesthetic treatise, rare on the market. This work is the most important result of the Scottish aesthetic movement, and "the most comprehensive work on aesthetics of the 18th century since Du Bos' Réflexions critiques of 1719" (translated from Dobai, Die Kunstliteratur des Klassizismus... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 94906
LAVATER, John Caspar. Essays on Physiognomy.
London : 1840A reprint of the defence by Lavater, "the last of the descriptive physiognomists", of the pseudo-science of physiognomy, more correctly pathognomy, "the age old quest for the art how to know men" (Garrison & Morton; Hunter & MacAlpine). Lavater's work was first published in German in 1772 and enjoyed widespread success thereafter. This copy has the... Learn More£200.00
Stock Code: 100644
SCOTT, Robert Falcon. Antarctic Expedition - Scott Memorial Plaque
[c.1913]Attractive commemorative souvenir, Scott's widow herself received a silver version of the piece. The Polar scenes are based on photographs by Bowers and Ponting that appeared in issues of the Daily Mirror - the newspaper had exclusive rights to all expedition photographs - for either 12 February, the day on which Scott's death was announced, or the... Learn More£2,750.00
Stock Code: 100744
LEBLANC, Maurice. Wanton Venus.
London : First edition in English, first impression; originally published as L'image de la femme nue (Paris 1934). Decidedly scarce: the publisher's London warehouse was apparently destroyed during the Blitz; Copac locates a single copy (BL) in British and Irish institutional libraries, and OCLC adds only one more (National Library of New Zealand). Leblanc was... Learn More£425.00
Stock Code: 106484
CROFTS, Freeman Wills. The End of Andrew Harrison.
London : 1938First edition, first impression. An Inspector French mystery, published in the US as The Futile Alibi later the same year. Scarce in the dust jacket. The bequest plate, dated August 1938, identifies the donor as Mrs Cole Porter and the institution as the public library at Dark Harbor, Maine, though neither the composer nor his wife Linda Lee Thomas... Learn More£975.00
Stock Code: 107919
BELFORD, Kevin. Devil at the Confluence.
St Louis : 2009First edition, first printing. Signed by Paul Garon to foot of the foreword. Garon is an author of a number of books on the Blues and was one of the founding editors of Living Blues magazine in 1970. The accompanying CD, "The St Louis Blues Legends Delmark Collection" is an exclusive collection of music from St. Louis musicians drawn from from the... Learn More£175.00
Stock Code: 116361
PORTER, Eliot. Portfolio One. The Seasons.
San Francisco : 1963First edition, first printing, of this fine suite of colour nature photographs. "As its name implies, the dye transfer process literally involves transferring dyes (cyan, magenta, and yellow) in succession and in careful registration onto a sheet of gelatin-coated paper. Porter remained committed to the dye-transfer process, both before and after the... Learn More£12,000.00
Stock Code: 120669
(ROLFE, Frederick, Baron Corvo; H. G. Wells; Joseph Pennell; Max Beerbohm et al.) The Butterfly.
[London : 1899-1900]The complete New Series of the literary magazine The Butterfly. The monthly magazine first appeared in May 1893 and the first series lasted until February 1894. A New Series, published by Grant Richards, was begun in March 1899 and was discontinued after 12 issues in February 1900. The magazine contains writing by Laurence Housman, and illustrations... Learn More£975.00
Stock Code: 126971
BENTHAM, Jeremy. Emancipate your Colonies!
London : 1830First edition of what Bentham described afterwards as "one of his Jacobinisms" (cited by Atkinson, p. 108). In 1793, Bentham, availing himself of his privileges as a French citizen, a title conferred upon him the previous year by the National Assembly, privately printed a pamphlet entitled Jeremy Bentham to the National Convention of France. It concerned... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 101357
BENTHAM, Jeremy. Jeremy Bentham to his Fellow-Citizens of France, on Houses of Peers and Senates.
London : 1830First edition of Bentham's paper on the question of whether or not France should have a Chamber of Peers. A French translation appeared in 1831. An introductory letter from Bentham addressed to Lafayette prefaces the work. Learn More£300.00
Stock Code: 101403
BENTHAM, Jeremy. Three Tracts relative to Spanish and Portugueze Affairs;
London : 1821First edition. "In the stormy years between 1815 and 1825 Bentham was glad to publish with anyone prepared to take a risk of prosecution, and in consequence favoured the radical and atheistic publishers like the Hunts and William Hone... It is not surprising to find the courageous Hone sponsoring a Tract on Liberty and three more Tracts relative to... Learn More£850.00
Stock Code: 101565
BECHET, Sidney. "Sentimental Mr. Bechet" - signed 45 rpm EP.
Paris : 1954Signed by Bechet and fellow clarinettist André Réwéliotty on label attached to front cover. Appealing EP, catching Bechet in the company of Claude Luter, Réwéliotty, and their respective bands, and including some of Bechet's signature pieces: "Summertime", "September Song", the self-penned "Petite Fleur" and "Jacqueline". The unsigned and unattributed... Learn More£450.00
Stock Code: 130115
COLE, G. D. H. & Margaret Cole. A Guide to Modern Politics.
London : 1934First edition, first impression. "Understand the questions which have meant life or death in Germany, Russia, Italy, and which may very soon mean life or death for us" proclaims the front of the dust jacket - a good example of eye-catching Gollancz design and typography.
Provenance: from the publisher's archive of Victor Gollancz (1893-1967),... Learn More£25.00
Stock Code: 96230
SAINT-MARTIN, Louis Vivien de. Histoire de la Géographie.
Paris : 1873 & 1874First edition of Saint-Martin's study of geography's history.
Louis Vivien de Saint-Martin (1802-1897) was a French geographer, historian and writer who also produced several works of history and a 25-volume translation of the works of Walter Scott. He "developed the taste for geographic knowledge, at a time when, in Paris, no one much cared for... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 117631
(STEWART, Sir William.) Cumloden Papers.
Edinburgh : 1871First edition of this uncommon memoir of "auld grog Wullie", printed in an edition of just 50 copies. OCLC locates just six copies; only one copy appears in auction records in the last 30 years. The work contains a lengthy biographical preface; Stewart's own journal of the Baltic Expedition and the Battle of Copenhagen, where he "was himself on Nelson's... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 59836
(MILNE, A. A., & E. H. Shepard.) Catalogue of The Winnie-the-Pooh Collection of Pat McInally. [Collectors Edition]
London : 2011Signed limited edition, deluxe format, one of 100 copies numbered and signed by the collector and American football legend, Pat McInally. Catalogue to accompany the exhibition and sale of the most comprehensive collection of Winnie-the-Pooh books and artwork ever assembled. Including more than one hundred items gathered together over twenty years by... Learn More£75.00
Stock Code: 71749
CHURCHILL, Winston S. Corrected draft typescript, signed, on the Soviet threat.
1931Extensively corrected typescript of one of the articles on European affairs commissioned from Churchill during 1931 for syndication in Hearst newspapers. An astute commentary on European Realpolitik, anticipating the Soviet bloc and the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact. On publication in the Milwaukee Sentinel, 23 August 1931, the piece was headlined; "Winston... Learn More£30,000.00
Stock Code: 80696
KIRCHER, Athanasius. Phonurgia nova,
Kempten : 1673First edition of Kircher's outstanding work on acoustics and music, the first European book devoted entirely to acoustics, which treats at length of the echo, laws of acoustics, and of instruments. It presents a remarkable compilation of knowledge, gathered from many contemporary experiments in acoustics and the advances in the construction of musical... Learn More£7,500.00
Stock Code: 84091
SOLOVIEV, Vladimir. Tri sily. Publichnoe chtenie. (Three Forces; A Public Reading.)
Moscow : 1877Scarce first edition of the Russian philosopher, theologian, poet, pamphleteer and literary critic Vladimir Soloviev's rousing lecture, "Three Forces", read to the Society of Amateurs of Russian Literature in April 1877.
"In the academic year 1876-7 Soloviev returned to teaching and worked on a second book, The Philosophical Principles of Integral... Learn More£7,500.00
Stock Code: 86058