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(BOAT-BUILDING.) SMITH, Christopher Columbus, & Jay W. & John Edwin Clifford (sales manager). Chris-Craft.
Algonac, MI : 1930An extremely rare survival, a dealer's deluxe showroom catalogue for Chris-Craft motor boats covering the complete range - from their highly popular mahogany Runabouts to cabin and stateroom cruisers. The accompanying promotional sales letters explain that these volumes were costly to produce, and, as stock changed, additional images would be sent to... Learn More£7,500.00
Stock Code: 132983
HAYLEY, William. Plays of Three Acts; written for a Private Theatre.
London : 1784First edition. Best remembered today as a friend and patron of George Romney and William Blake, and biographer of Milton, Hayley (17451820) "although affluent was determined on a literary career" (ODNB). His plays were singularly unsuccessful, Anna Seward considered 'Lord Russell', collected here, "lacking in spirit and variety", and that 'Marcella',... Learn More£950.00
Stock Code: 139629
PINTER, Harold. Other Places. Three Plays.
London : 1982First edition, first impression. With the signed presentation inscription to the actress Anna Massey, "To Anna with love & thanks, Harold". Massey played the part of Pauline (alongside Judi Dench) in the debut of Pinter's "A Kind of Alaska", which is the third in the cycle of three plays included in this volume. Massey was from one of the great theatre... Learn More£875.00
Stock Code: 77352
SHAW, George Bernard. Preface [to Three Plays by Brieux].
[London : 1910]Page proofs, first state, hand-corrected by Shaw. The rare first state page proofs of Shaw's Preface to Three Plays by Brieux, which was published in 1911 by A. C. Fifield. Laurence located only 8 copies and notes "Shaw used copies of this proof state (and of the revised proof which followed) for purposes of translation and copyright deposit." It appears... Learn More£1,560.00
Stock Code: 73705
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
[POTTER, Beatrix.] Plays based on the stories of Beatrix Potter.
London : 1930-62WILLIAMS, E. Harcourt. The Tailor of Gloucester: A play from the story by Beatrix Potter. London: Frederick Warne & Co., 1930 & c. 1933.
3 works, octavo. Original buff wrappers, titles and vignette to covers in green.
First edition: A fine copy. Later issues: wrappers a little creased, nicked and spotted.
One copy of the first edition (no... Learn More£1,000.00
Stock Code: 109504
COWARD, Noël. The Vortex. A Play in Three Acts; [together with:] The Marquise. A Comedy in Three Acts.
London : 1925 & 1927First editions, first impressions. The Vortex premiered on 25 November 1924 at the Everyman Theatre, London, and The Marquise in 1927 at the Criterion Theatre, London.
"By the time the sensational The Vortex appeared in 1924, Coward was already a star in the making, and London was ready to be shocked. The Vortex did just that, with its tale... Learn More£600.00
Stock Code: 121604
(FILM.) ANOUILH, Jean & Lucienne Hill. Becket. Original final script for the 1964 film, actor Michael Miller's working copy.
Hollywood : 1963Becket, starring Richard Burton and Peter O'Toole, was based on Jean Anouilh's 1959 play and garnered the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay (Edward Anhalt), three Baftas (Best Colour Photography, Best Set Design in Colour, Best Costume Design), Best Film from the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures and two Golden Globes (Best... Learn More£2,850.00
Stock Code: 135899
HOLBERG, Ludvig. Three Comedies.
London : 1912First edition in English. Holberg was a Dano-Norwegian essayist, philosopher, historian and playwright of the 18th century. He has been described as "the Molière of the North" and the "father of Danish literature," and was one of Ibsen's favourite authors. Holberg is particularly noted for the satirical comedies that he wrote for the Danish Theatre... Learn More£150.00
Stock Code: 46923
MINGUS, Charles & Gunther Schuller. Signed contract for the publication of Revelations.
1977Original contract dated Jan. 20 1977, on the letterhead of Schuller's music publishing company, Margun Music, signed by Mingus and Schuller on the final page, and with their initials to a holographic revision on the second page. A five year agreement, in which Mingus agrees to license Margan, "to print, publish, copy and vend the musical composition,... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 62927
(BELLE ÉPOQUE LIGHTING DESIGNS.) Collection of 19 original watercolours of designs for lamps from the distinguished firm of G. Lebrun-Tardieu.
Paris : [c. 1910]A very appealing assemblage of designs for twelve chandeliers, one tall floor lamp, three wall sconces and three table lamps, from the firm of G. Lebrun-Tardieu, one of the leading manufacturers of bronze lighting in Belle Époque Paris; also present is a copy of the company price list, one photograph and two illustrated leaves from a catalogue showing... Learn More£3,750.00
Stock Code: 108215
EARDLEY-WILMOT, Arthur Parry. A Complete and Universal Dictionary of Signals for Boats of Her Majesty's Fleet:
London : 1850First edition, this a prepublication presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the first blank; "Mrs. Holt with the author's most affectionate love, November 1849". The recipient was possibly Jemima Arabella, the author's aunt who married Sir John Holt. Extremely uncommon, OCLC shows just 6 locations for this first edition - BL, NLS, Oxford, Cambridge,... Learn More£1,850.00
Stock Code: 119966
DRU, Léon & Saint-Just, & Louis-Georges Mulot. [Patch label on front cover:] Matériels & Outils de Sondages pour les mines & les colonies (Materials and Survey Tools for Mines and Colonies).
Paris : [c.1890]A handsomely presented and apparently unique album of 21 striking original albumen prints showing test rigs and drilling machinery, largely for use in artesian exploration, assembled for one of the leading French engineering concerns of the period, Mulot & Dru, described by a contemporary as "acknowledged in France to be masters of the art of boring"... Learn More£12,750.00
Stock Code: 123046
BEAUMONT, Francis, & John Fletcher. Comedies and Tragedies …
London : 1647First edition, modelled on the first two folio collections of Shakespeare's plays (1623 and 1632) and the first two folios of the works of Ben Jonson (1616 and 1640-1). These folios are often credited with establishing a recognisably modern concept of the individual author, but the Beaumont and Fletcher folio is more problematic in that regard. It contains... Learn More£27,500.00
Stock Code: 108348
SHAKESPEARE, William. Comedies, Histories and Tragedies.
London : 1685A notably tall and handsome copy of the Fourth Folio, the last of the 17th-century editions of Shakespeare's works, edited by John Heminge (d. 1630) and Henry Condell (d. 1627), and with seven plays added by Philip Chetwin (d. 1680), publisher of the Third Folio. A reprint of the ill-fated Third Folio, this edition was issued by Henry Herringman in... Learn More£185,000.00
Stock Code: 133696
[SHAW, George Bernard.] The Apple Cart: A Political Extravaganza by a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.
[London] : 1929A rare rough proof, one of only 25 rehearsal copies, preceding the first trade edition. Inscribed by the author on the upper wrapper, "To Sénor Julio Brouta for translation. Very private. G. B. S. 24th July 1929". When writing plays it was Shaw's normal practice to prepare rough proofs which would be corrected and reissued, sometimes two or three times,... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 77523
KINGSLEY, Sidney. Detective Story. A play in three acts.
New York : 1949First edition, first printing. With the author's signed presentation inscription to the front free endpaper, "For Billy Hammerstein who helped launch this - Gratefully Sidney Kingsley Nov. 4. 1949". With the recipient's bookplate to the front pastedown. William Hammerstein was the son of the lyricist Oscar Hammerstein, he was a theatrical producer in... Learn More£650.00
Stock Code: 50339
COWARD, Noël. Present Laughter.
London : 1943First edition, first impression, presentation copy inscribed by Coward to his close friend and leading lady Joyce Carey, "Darling Joyce, from Noël" on the front free endpaper. Joyce Carey (1898-1993) is best known for her long professional and personal relationship with Noel Coward. In the midst of her stage career, which lasted from 1916 to 1987,... Learn More£1,000.00
Stock Code: 139523
JONSON, Ben. The Workes.
London : 1641]First complete collected edition, comprising the second edition of volume 1 and the first edition of volumes 2 and 3. The first volume is a close reprint of the first edition of 1616. The second volume contains the reissued, unsold sheets of three plays published in 1631, which were edited by Jonson and intended to supplement his 1616 Workes. The balance... Learn More£42,500.00
Stock Code: 108347
HARRISON, Tony. Dramatic Verse.
Newcastle upon Tyne : 1985First edition, first impression. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author to the publisher Rex Collings on the front free endpaper, "For Rex who first published the bulk of this book, with gratitude & love, Tony", and additionally signed by the author on the title page, "Tony Harrison, xii. 85". The Misanthrope (1973), Phaedra Britannica (1975), Bow... Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 123924
SCHABACKER, Richard Wallace. Stock Market Theory and Practice.
New York : 1930First edition, first printing, with the scarce jacket. This is the first of Schabacker's three major works on the stock market. The youngest financial editor of Forbes magazine, Schabacker writes, "so long as he plays courageously fair with his sincere study there seems no reason why the average student should not reap the rewards of successful stock... Learn More£5,750.00
Stock Code: 107467
(RUSSIA) L'Industrie Pétrolière en U.R.S.S.
Paris : 1929First and only edition, uncommon OCLC locates just 4 copies, three of them in France. Special issue produced by Le Courrier des Pétroles, "the weekly journal for economic and political financial information on all matters relating to oil, liquid fuels and the mining industry" covering developments in the Soviet oil industry: "Russian oil is on the... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 123983
EURIPIDES. The Nineteen Tragedies and Fragments.
London : 1782First Wodhull edition, the first in English of all the extant writings of Euripides: "although Wodhull advertised his version in February 1774, and thought to complete it within a year, it was only in 1782 that, prompted by the appearance of two rival partial translations, he overcame his fastidiousness and published The Nineteen Tragedies and Fragments... Learn More£4,500.00
Stock Code: 137652
London : 1769-74First editions of the last three volumes, bound uniformly with the revised and corrected second editions of the first two volumes. Thornton had announced his intention to translate Plautus into English verse as early as December 1762, publishing specimens in Robert Lloyd's St James's Magazine. Volumes I and II were first published in 1767. To these... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 118913
KNIGHT, E. F. Where Three Empires Meet.
London : 1893First edition of an interesting first-hand account of the Hunza-Nagar Campaign of 1891, part of the Great Game played out between Britain and Russia in Central Asia. "The author visited Kashmir as a literary tourist, he joined the Hunza-Nagar expedition as a volunteer, and saw some active service in the gorges of the Karakoram. He describes his experiences... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 110423
LEWIS, Cecil. Sagittarius Rising.
London : 1936First edition in the uncommon dust jacket, of one of the classics of Great War literature, widely considered the finest flying memoir of the war. "At seventeen, standing 6 feet 4 inches tall and equipped with a precocious intelligence, Lewis lied about his age to join the Royal Flying Corps. He celebrated his eighteenth birthday in France, flying patrols... Learn More£3,250.00
Stock Code: 119794
(ZOOLOGY.) La Ménagerie Royale,
Paris : 1814First edition published under this title, second overall. This work was first published in 1812, under Napoleon's reign as emperor, as "La Ménagerie Impériale." Napoleon abdicated in 1814, to be succeeded by King Louis XVIII, and so the menagerie was reclassified as "royale," prompting Saintin to reissue the book from the same sheets with a suitably... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 134214
LAUREL, Stan (Arthur Stanley Jefferson.) A collection of original Laurel and Hardy scenarios and scripts from the files of the Hal Roach studio.
[Los Angeles] : 1927-35A superb collection of original script material from the golden age of the most successful comic partnership in film history. In 1926, under contract to Hal Roach Studios for the third time, the English-born comedian Stan Laurel (Arthur Stanley Jefferson) reworked an old sketch of his father's into a two-reel comedy, Home from the Honeymoon, featuring... Learn More£45,000.00
Stock Code: 65988
PLAYFAIR, William. For the Use of the Enemies of England. A Real Statement of the Finances and Resources of Great Britain; illustrated by two copper-plate charts.
London : 1796First edition. The title is ironic - the author holds that the alarmist tracts of his contemporaries, which bemoaned the danger of Britain's ballooning national debt, were bolstering the nation's adversaries by portraying Britain in a weaker economic state than she in fact was. Playfair instead presents the "Enemies of England" with a vision of Britain's... Learn More£2,750.00
Stock Code: 131438
BACKHOUSE, James. A Narrative of a Visit to the Mauritius and South Africa.
London : 1844First edition of the author's second book, uniform with his Narrative of a Visit to the Australian Colonies, published the previous year. Backhouse (1794-1869) came from a prominent Quaker family of botanists and horticulturists with roots in Darlington, where his grandfather, also James, made the family fortune by establishing a bank. He sailed for... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 119271
PEPPER, John Henry, "Professor". The True History of the Ghost;
London : 1890First and only contemporary edition, this copy inscribed by the author on the title; "Mr. John Bailey, July 25 1893, With the Author's kind regards, J.H. Pepper". Pepper (1821-1900) was born in Great Queen Street in Westminster and educated at King's College School, becoming a pupil of the chemist John Thomas Cooper. In 1847 he gave his first lecture... Learn More£3,500.00
Stock Code: 133346
[MONTESQUIEU, Charles Louis de Secondat, Baron de.] De l'Esprit des loix.
Geneva : First edition of this classic of social science, "one of the most remarkable works of the eighteenth century" (PMM), very rare complete with the errata in the final state.
Several emendations were made to the text after some copies had been issued, including cancelling certain leaves which had risky statements on monarchy, on Richelieu, and on the... Learn More£32,500.00
Stock Code: 131773
FITZGERALD, F. Scott. Typed letter signed ("Scott" in pencil) to Gilbert Seldes in New York.
1934A fine and longish letter in which Fitzgerald discusses Seldes's edition of Ring Lardner, a possible evening of one-act plays, and reviews of Tender Is the Night: "Just read the Lardner collection First and Last. At first I was disappointed because I had expected there would be enough stuff for an omnibus and I still feel that it could have stood more... Learn More£10,000.00
Stock Code: 44748
SHAKESPEARE, William. Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies. Published according to the true Original Copies. The third Impression.
London : 1663)Third folio edition of Shakespeare's plays, generally regarded as the rarest of the 17th-century folio editions. An unknown number of copies is thought to have been destroyed in the Great Fire of London of 1666. The third folio is a reprint of the second (1632), but the second issue adds seven plays to the corpus, although of these only Pericles is... Learn More£500,000.00
Stock Code: 108578
GREENE, Graham. The Living Room.
London : 1953First edition, first impression, of the author's debut play. Loosely inserted in this copy is the programme for the play, dated in manuscript to July 1953, and signed by three members of the original cast. The Living Room premiered at Wyndham's Theatre on 16 April 1953. Learn More£250.00
Stock Code: 132981
CONRAD, Joseph. The Secret Agent.
Canterbury : 1921First edition, one of 52 copies only privately printed, of Conrad's dramatization of his own novel (first published in 1907). Conrad subsequently revised the play into three acts before its first performance at the Ambassadors Theatre in November 1922 and publication in revised form in 1923. Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 123876
(GOLLANCZ OMNIBUS.) The Holiday Omnibus.
London : 1931First edition, first impression, of this collection of modern writing, intended as light reading for the Christmas market. It includes three novels, four short stories, three true stories, and one three-act play. From the publisher's archive, with their stamp to pastedown and front panel of dust jacket. Learn More£65.00
Stock Code: 128617
(GOLLANCZ OMNIBUS.) The Holiday Omnibus.
London : 1931First edition, first impression, of this collection of modern writing, intended as light reading for the Christmas market. It includes three novels, four short stories, three true stories, and one three-act play. From the publisher's archive, with their stamp to title page. Learn More£150.00
Stock Code: 128623
ALGREN, Nelson. A Walk on the Wild Side.
New York : 1956First edition first printing, signed by the author on the front free endpaper. A Walk on the Wild Side is a classic down-and-out novel, and the source for Algren's three rules of life: "Never play cards with a man called Doc. Never eat at a place called Mom's. Never sleep with a woman whose troubles are worse than your own." Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 101443
PETROVA, Olga. The White Peacock:
Boston : 1922First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper "for Blady. From Olga Petrova". Olga Petrova (1884-1977) was a British-American playwright, screenwriter, and actress. The White Peacock premiered on Christmas 1921 and ran for three months, with Petrova playing the leading role. The plot involves a married woman leaving... Learn More£275.00
Stock Code: 123663
MALORY, Sir Thomas. Le Morte Darthur.
London : 1889-91First edition of the first truly scholarly edition of Malory's Arthurian epic, presentation set inscribed by the editor Dr H. Oskar Sommer on the half title of the first volume, "To Mr Herbert Beerbohm Tree, with the author-editor's compliments and best wishes, H. Oscar Sommer" and again in the last volume (printed three years later), "H. Beerbohm Tree... Learn More£875.00
Stock Code: 113775
LOWELL, Robert. The Old Glory.
New York : 1965First edition, first impression. Presentation copy to the film director and screenwriter Elia Kazan, inscribed by the author on the title page "For Elia with affection & admiration from Cal". Cal was Lowell's nickname. The Old Glory is a play consisting of three pieces to be performed together as a trilogy, two being stage adaptations of short stories... Learn More£700.00
Stock Code: 59235
HUGHES, Ted. Difficulties of a Bridegroom.
London : 1995First edition, first impression. Presentation copy from the author to his sister Olwyn Hughes, inscribed on the front free endpaper: "For Olwyn with love from Ted October 1995". Hughes was very close to his sister Olwyn. After Plath's suicide in 1963 Olwyn helped to bring up their children, became her brother's literary agent, established the Rainbow... Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 125857
KENNEDY, Margaret. The Constant Nymph.
London : 1924First edition, first impression, in the rare jacket, of the author's bestselling and most famous work. The book and jacket are the second issue, as usual, with the cancel half-title and variant adverts on the rear panel of the dust jacket: copies of the first issue with all points are rare, issued only in small quantities to reviewers prior to publication.... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 139346
WHITE, T. H. Macbeth the Knife. [Mimeograph typescript.]
Mimeograph typescript of T. H. White's play, "Macbeth the Knife", sent to Harley J. V. Usill, founding director of British record label Argo Records. The typescript is inscribed on the title page, "from T. H. White / Alderney / Channel Isles", and has a lengthy written note to "Dearest Usill" about the possibility of recording the play: "For sound on... Learn More£7,500.00
Stock Code: 86009
JODRELL, Richard Paul. The Persian Heroine.
London : 1822First edition thus, second overall, signed by the author on the front free endpaper. Originally published in 1786 in octavo, this edition presents the play in three acts instead of the previous five "to allow a representation of it in either of those two modes" (preface). Well represented institutionally but commercially uncommon; signed copies are... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 137315
(MAGIC LANTERN.) A complete Victorian magic lantern set.
Nuremberg : [c. 1900]A very attractive example of a late 19th century magic lantern in strikingly good condition, produced by the renowned Ernst Plank Company, one of Europe's foremost manufacturers of magic lanterns and tin toys. The set of 12 delightful glass slides (neatly preserved in specially constructed slots in the original storage case) include whimsical scenes... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 123489
CARROLL, Lewis. The Nursery Alice.
London : 1890First published edition, presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the half-title, "Maggie Bowman from the Author. Mar. 31 1890". Dodgson took charge of Maggie Bowman during her stay in Oxford to act in Bootle's Baby (9 to 13 June 1889), and commemorated this event in his poem "Maggie's Visit to Oxford". Her older sister, Isa Bowman, who at that... Learn More£6,750.00
Stock Code: 98292
HILDEBRAND, G. B. The Applications of Prophecy to the Crimean War;
London : 1864First and only edition, extremely uncommon - both Copac and OCLC list three locations (BL, NLS, Cambridge). The text concludes "End of Volume I", but this is all published. An extraordinary sustained exercise in apocalyptic biblical exegesis by a mind stimulated, or perhaps over-stimulated, by the ongoing war in the Crimea. The author saw the rise of... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 121341
(NERVAL Gérard de, trans.) GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von. Faust.
Paris : 1904Limited edition, number 11 of 15 copies printed on japon with the plates in three states (printed in black on japon, bistre on chine, and blue). 15 copies were also printed on papier de chine, 40 on Watham paper, and 350 in a standard trade issue. Nerval's translation of Goethe's epic play was first published in 1828, Goethe commenting that "this French... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 129609
GERSHWIN, George & Ira. Strike up the Band.
New York : 1930First edition, first printing. A superb association copy inscribed by both George and Ira, with quotations from the show; "He's a man of very high degree, not low - but high!" with a sketch by Ira of a man bowing. The recipient, Newman Levy, was a lawyer who graduated from New York University in 1911, Assistant District Attorney of New York County,... Learn More£10,000.00
Stock Code: 70729
TWAIN, Mark. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Tom Sawyer's Comrade)...
New York : 1885First US edition. Presentation copy, inscribed by the publishers to Daniel Whitford, Twain's lawyer: "To Daniel Whitford, with regards of the publisher, Chas. L. Webster. New York, February 21st, 1885."
Daniel Whitford, attorney for New York firm Alexander & Green, acted for Webster & Company and was also retained by Twain several times. He acted... Learn More£9,500.00
Stock Code: 110564
NEVINSON, Margaret Wynne. Workhouse Characters.
London : 1918First edition, first impression of the women's rights activist's collection of twenty-six workhouse sketches, a series of journalistic pieces previously published in The Westminster Gazette, The Daily News, and The Herald. Nevinson's son was the artist C. R. W. Nevinson, to whom the present work is dedicated, and he provided the striking illustration... Learn More£350.00
Stock Code: 135050
ELIOT, T. S. The Cocktail Party.
London : 1950First edition, first impression, a major association copy, presented by Eliot to Ezra Pound, with his affectionate inscription, "Ez from O. Possum, 6.iii.50" to the front free endpaper, dated three days before publication.
Eliot owed an eternal debt of gratitude to Pound - "il miglior fabbro" - for his editorial shaping of The Waste Land. At the... Learn More£45,000.00
Stock Code: 124275
(WILDER, Thornton Niven). The Memorial Service.
Battell Chapel : 1976First edition, sole impression, inscribed by Wilder's sister Isabel on the front panel "For Peter & Kenneth, remembering Thornton's affection & admiration for Bart & the many memories we share with affection Isabel Feb - 24, 1977", and with a manuscript note also from Isabel laid-in loose "and ALWAYS greetings & affection to Jan from Isabel Wilder".... Learn More£175.00
Stock Code: 140296
(CENTRAL ASIA.) Russian Missions into the Interior of Asia.
London : 1823First edition of these English versions of three important early Central Asian narratives, published as part of Sir Richard Phillips's New Voyages and Travels series. Uncommon, just five locations on Copac, Oxford, Glasgow, Queen's Belfast, Senate House, and Natural History Museum. "The Russian government has, of late years, taken various measures to... Learn More£575.00
Stock Code: 106587
CUMBERLAND, Richard. The Observer: Being a Collection of Moral, Literary and Familiar Essays.
London : 1786-1788First edition of the first four volumes of Cumberland's Observer, comprising 125 essays. A fifth volume with a further 27 essays followed in 1790. "Although Cumberland will largely be remembered as a playwright, he was more than merely a man of letters. His novel Arundel (1789), written in epistolary form, begs comparison with Samuel Richardson's Sir... Learn More£325.00
Stock Code: 106964
POUND, Ezra. Antheil and the Treatise of Harmony with Supplementary Notes.
Chicago : 1927First US edition, first printing. Presentation copy to George Antheil, the subject of the book, inscribed by the author, "Mr Atheling to Mr Antheil, Oct. 1927, duly certified by E.P. 'for annihilating lucidity'." William Atheling was the pen name Pound had used from 1917 when writing music reviews for The New Age. The phrase "annihilating lucidity"was... Learn More£4,500.00
Stock Code: 106135