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 In Other Worlds: fantasy, science fiction and beyond -  163

In Other Worlds: fantasy, science fiction and beyond - 163

In this time of isolation, books have proven to be more than usually exciting companions. This year’s literature catalogue takes cue from Milton, who declared “The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a Hell of Heaven, a Heaven of Hell”. The selection celebrates literary space as a creative multiverse, and the power of the human imagination as force for remaking. From escapist fantasy to political dystopia, from gothic nightmare to spiritual quest, writers have dissolved the boundaries of the possible, reshaped the worlds we think we know, and travelled with us to wholly new galaxies.


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  1. Argonautica

    Florence : 1496

    Editio princeps of the most important Greek epic of the 3rd century BCE, the definitive telling of the story of Jason and the Argonauts and their quest for the Golden Fleece. The Argonautica is the only epic before Virgil's Aeneid that can be compared with Homer in subject and extent and it is the first epic to give a prominent place to love. With the... Learn More

    Stock Code: 136329

  2. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
    BAUM, L. Frank. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

    Chicago : 1900

    First edition, in the rare and desirable first state of both text and binding. The text has the following points: on p. 2, the publisher's advertisement has a box; on p. 14, line 1 has the misprint "low wail on the wind"; p. 81, line 4 from bottom has "peices" uncorrected; p. 227, line 1 begins: "While Tin Woodman"; the colophon is in 11 lines within... Learn More

    Stock Code: 115135

  3. [Vathek.] An Arabian Tale, from an unpublished manuscript:
    BECKFORD, William. [Vathek.] An Arabian Tale, from an unpublished manuscript:

    London : 1786

    First edition. Beckford's Gothic oriental novel Vathek, was written in French between January and May 1782. This English translation by the literary scholar Samuel Henley was published first in June 1786, despite Beckford's express wish that the French edition should precede it. The latter was published in Lausanne in December 1786 (postdated 1787),... Learn More

    Stock Code: 128808

  4. Looking Backward 2000-1887. [Together with:] Equality.
    BELLAMY, Edward. Looking Backward 2000-1887. [Together with:] Equality.

    Boston : 1888 & 1897

    First editions, first printings, of Bellamy's enormously popular Looking Backward 2000-1887 and its sequel Equality. First issue of Looking Backward with the misprint "wore" in line 8 on page 210 and the J. J. Arakelyan slug on the copyright page; Equality in the rare first-issue dust jacket. Looking Backward 2000-1887 established Bellamy's utopian... Learn More

    Stock Code: 137673

  5. The Hampdenshire Wonder.
    BERESFORD, J. D. The Hampdenshire Wonder.

    London : 1911

    First edition, first impression, signed by the author facing the title page. The author's first book and a significant work in early science fiction, Beresford's novel was among the first to include a "Wunderkind", a child prodigy enhanced through scientific meddling. Bleiler considers it to be "the first important novel about a superman, and in many... Learn More

    Stock Code: 130366

  6. The Demolished Man.
    BESTER, Alfred. The Demolished Man.

    Chicago : [1953]

    First edition, first printing, signed by the author on the front free endpaper. The Demolished Man has the distinction of winning the first Hugo award. Learn More

    Stock Code: 127861

  7. The Listener and Other Stories.
    BLACKWOOD, Algernon. The Listener and Other Stories.

    London : 1907

    First edition, first impression, presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front pastedown, "S.E.P. from A.B. Nov. 1907". The Listener is Blackwood's second collection of supernatural fiction and focuses on stories of haunted houses. The collection includes the classic story "The Willows", considered "one of the classics of supernatural fiction... Learn More

    Stock Code: 137183

  8. Shocks!
    BLACKWOOD, Algernon. Shocks!

    London : 1935

    First edition, first impression, of Blackwood's "last full-scale original collection" (Ashley, p. 370), a gathering of 15 short stories of the supernatural by one of the masters of the genre. Bleiler singles out "A Threefold Cord", "Chemical", and "The Land of Green Ginger" as the best of the group and remarks that "Blackwood seems to have been obsessed... Learn More

    Stock Code: 126704

  9. The Works of William Blake.
    BLAKE, William; ELLIS, Edwin John, & W. B. Yeats (eds.) The Works of William Blake.

    London : 1893

    First edition, one of 150 large paper copies in the deluxe binding; there were also 500 copies in cloth. Yeats had "marked down William Blake as a master early on, and with Edwin Ellis produced a large-scale commentary on Blake's prophetic writings in 1893. While often erratic and idiosyncratic, it helped establish the importance of Blake's esoteric... Learn More

    Stock Code: 136158

  10. La Planète des singes.
    BOULLE, Pierre. La Planète des singes.

    [Paris] : 1963

    First edition, first impression, number 172 of an unspecified limitation (there were also a small number of large paper copies in wrappers.) A seminal work of 20th-century science fiction, La Planète des singes was the inspiration for the Planet of the Apes film series. Learn More

    Stock Code: 139368

  11. A new system, or, an analysis of ancient mythology:
    BRYANT, Jacob; BLAKE, William (illus.) A new system, or, an analysis of ancient mythology:

    London : 1773-76

    First edition of the work for which Bryant is most often remembered, complete with the rare first volume, of which ESTC locates only three copies, and the final plate by William Blake. "Bryant's importance to modern readers lies in the influence he had upon the poet and artist William Blake, who in his own time was generally considered mad. The many... Learn More

    Stock Code: 139708

  12. The Watcher by the Threshold.
    BUCHAN, John. The Watcher by the Threshold.

    Edinburgh and London : 1902

    First edition, first impression, first issue, with the publisher's catalogue dated 2/02; publishers' presentation copy, with their compliments stamp to the head of the title page. This early collection of Buchan's stories, the majority of which were first published in Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, is hard to find in collectible condition. The supernatural... Learn More

    Stock Code: 139726

  13. The Warlord of Mars
    BURROUGHS, Edgar Rice The Warlord of Mars

    Chicago : 1919

    First edition, first printing, of the third book in Burroughs's Mars series. With an attractive example of the illustrated dust jacket, especially scarce surviving without restoration. Learn More

    Stock Code: 127912

  14. The Land that Time Forgot.
    BURROUGHS, Edgar Rice. The Land that Time Forgot.

    Chicago : June 1924

    First edition, first printing, and an exceptional example in an unrestored dust jacket. This fantasy adventure, the first in Burrough's Caspak trilogy, follows an errant First World War U-boat in its discovery of a lost world, a tropical crater-lake existing in a different evolutionary time-frame and filled with dinosaurs. Learn More

    Stock Code: 127902

  15. At the Earth's Core.
    BURROUGHS, Edgar Rice. At the Earth's Core.

    Chicago : 1922

    First edition, first printing, an exceptional example in the dust jacket. At the Earth's Core is the first novel in the Pellucidar series, a classic adventure in a long American tradition of hollow earth stories, uniting Burroughs's trademark jungle adventure with the pseudo scientific flair of Doyle's Professor Challenger and The Lost World. Learn More

    Stock Code: 127899

  16. Továrna na absolutno. (The Absolute at Large.)
    ČAPEK, Karel. Továrna na absolutno. (The Absolute at Large.)

    Brno : 1922

    First edition, first printing, inscribed by the author on the first blank to the young actress Táňa Čuprová (b.1900) and dated in the year of publication. The recipient is noted in the Czech National Theatre archives as having started work there in this year, going on to become art director from 1945. It was at the Prague National Theatre that Čapek's... Learn More

    Stock Code: 139802

  17. Krakatit.
    ČAPEK, Karel. Krakatit.

    London : 1925

    First edition in English, first impression, publisher's presentation copy with tipped-in slip before the half-title reading "with Mr Geoffrey Bles's Compliments". Capek's science fiction novel, first published in Prague in 1924, centres on the invention of a catastrophically potent explosive, named to echo the devastating volcanic eruption of Krakatoa.... Learn More

    Stock Code: 136864

  18. Phantasmagoria.
    CARROLL, Lewis. Phantasmagoria.

    London : 1869

    First edition, first issue. One of 28 presentation copies sent out by Dodgson on 7 Januray 1869, inscribed by the author in brown ink on the half-title: "T. Heaphy, Esq. with the Author's Kind regards. Jan. 1869". The recipient was Thomas Frank Heaphy the Younger (1813-1873), a well regarded portrait and narrative painter whose name figures heavily... Learn More

    Stock Code: 137829

  19. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
    CARROLL, Lewis. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.

    London : 1866

    First published edition, with the earlier pale blue endpapers (rather than the more usual dark green).

    The book was originally printed in Oxford at the Clarendon Press in June 1865, but Dodgson heard that the book's illustrator John Tenniel was dissatisfied with its quality, so he suppressed the whole edition of 2,000 copies. The book was entirely... Learn More

    Stock Code: 136032

  20. The King in Yellow.
    CHAMBERS, Robert W. The King in Yellow.

    Chicago & New York : 1895

    First edition of this collection of short stories, the second book from American author Robert W. Chambers (1865-1933). Bleiler called The King in Yellow "a mind destroying book" (Bleiler) and "one of the most important works of supernatural horror between Edgar Allan Poe and modern horror fiction" (Bleiler, Supernatural Fiction Writers, p. 739). Of... Learn More

    Stock Code: 139919

  21. Against the Fall of Night.
    CLARKE, Arthur C. Against the Fall of Night.

    [Hicksville, NY] : 1953

    First edition in book form, first printing, inscribed by the author on the title page "To Timothy Maclaren from Arthur C. Clarke". Clarke's pioneering work of science fiction originally appeared as a novella in the November 1948 issue of the magazine Startling Stories. In 1951 Clarke revised and expanded the text, for publication in the present book-form... Learn More

    Stock Code: 138965

  22. Opium.
    COCTEAU, Jean. Opium.

    New York : 1932

    First edition, first printing. Based on his addiction to, and recovery from, opium in 1929, "this highly personal chronicle-cum-essay is really another White Paper, for Cocteau is putting on the table all the documents for and against opium. He explains that initially under the drug's spell he had lived some of his finest hours, during which he opened... Learn More

    Stock Code: 135702

  23. The Inheritors:
    CONRAD, Joseph, & Ford M. Hueffer. The Inheritors:

    New York : 1901

    First edition, first printing. Signed boldly by Joseph Conrad on the half-title. Although The Inheritors is "generally regarded as a science fiction tale of a group of people from another, apparently parallel, world who call themselves The Dimensionists" (Locke) it is also related to Heart of Darkness (serialised 1899, published in book form 1902) in... Learn More

    Stock Code: 117097

  24. Swastika Night.
    CONSTANTINE, Murray. Swastika Night.

    London : 1937

    First edition, first impression. Written under the pseudonym Murray Constantine by British writer Katharine Burdekin, the novel takes place in a fascist dystopia where the Nazis and the Empire of Japan have conquered the world, described by John Clute as "a scathing feminist anatomy of war, sexism and power". Burdekin's pseudonym, adopted from 1934,... Learn More

    Stock Code: 137494

  25. A Translation of the Inferno, in English Verse.
    DANTE ALIGHIERI. A Translation of the Inferno, in English Verse.

    Dublin : 1785

    First edition, rare, of the first appearance of Boyd's translation of Dante, considered superior to the blank verse translation of 1782 by Charles Rogers, and preceding by 17 years Boyd's own completion of the Divine Comedy (1802), which would be the first published completion in English. This Dublin edition is the true first, preceding the London edition... Learn More

    Stock Code: 136911

  26. The Collected Stories.
    DICK, Philip K. The Collected Stories.

    Los Angeles, CA, Columbia, PA : 1987

    First edition, first impression, signed limited issue. An unnumbered "presentation copy", with the author's signature mounted to the limitation leaf of Volume 1, from a total run of 100 signed copies. A further 400 unsigned copies were also released. This posthumous collection of Dick's works include a preface by the author adapted from a letter written... Learn More

    Stock Code: 131931

  27. The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch.
    DICK, Philip K. The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch.

    New York : 1965

    First edition, first printing, of this novel nominated for the Nebula Award for Best Novel in 1965. This copy has the bookplate of major Australian sci-fi collector Ronald E. Graham (1908-1979), illustrated by Virgil Finlay. Learn More

    Stock Code: 131740

  28. The Lost World.
    DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan. The Lost World.

    London : [1912]

    First edition in book form, first impression, of Conan Doyle's classic prehistoric adventure novel, following its serialization in the Strand Magazine earlier that year. "His sense of the glory and nonsense of scientific advance found happy resolution in The Lost World (1912), where academic vendetta at its most ludicrous continually punctuates a thrilling... Learn More

    Stock Code: 138994

  29. A Hornbook for Witches: Poems of Fantasy.
    DRAKE, Leah Bodine. A Hornbook for Witches: Poems of Fantasy.

    Sauk City, Wisconsin : 1950

    First edition, first printing, of the first book of American poet Leah Bodine Drake (1904-1964), a contributor to Weird Tales. Of the edition of 553 copies, 300 were given to the author and 253 for the trade, the small issue making it one of the scarcer of the Arkham House publications, here in exemplary condition. An audiobook by the same name was... Learn More

    Stock Code: 138972

  30. Selections from the Writings.
    DUNSANY, Lord. Selections from the Writings.

    Dundrum : 1912

    First edition thus, first impression, one of 250 copies. Lord Dunsany, "unquestionably one of the most important writers of heroic fantasy of the century" was a friend of W. B. Yeats's through their mutual involvement in the Abbey Theatre, where Dunsany's first contribution to the to the Irish theatre movement, The Glittering Gate, was performed in... Learn More

    Stock Code: 139300

  31. The Blessing of Pan.
    DUNSANY, Lord. The Blessing of Pan.

    London : 1927

    First edition, first impression. Lord Dunsany was "unquestionably one of the most important writers of heroic fantasy of the century; a writer of great originality and charm" (Bleiler). The Blessing of Pan, "one of a great number of modern fantasies that champion paganism against Christianity" is "light and ironic in tone" and describes the gradual... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132841

  32. Alraune.
    EWERS, Hanns Heinz. Alraune.

    New York : 1929

    First edition in English, first printing, inscribed by the illustrator with an original signed drawing in pencil and green pen to the second half-title, signed "for Dunninger, Mahlon Blaine 1936", depicting a demon pulling a mandrake-like woman from a hat.

    The recipient Joseph Dunninger (1892-1975) was one of the foremost magicians and mentalists... Learn More

    Stock Code: 123320

  33. Artabanzanus: The Demon of the Great Lake.
    FERRAR, William M. Artabanzanus: The Demon of the Great Lake.

    London : 1896

    First edition, sole impression, of this rare early Australian novel, an allegorical fantasy set in Tasmania. The author William Ferrar was born in Dublin in 1823, and settled in Australia by 1842, briefly in Sydney and then in Tasmania. Letters from Ferrar to the publisher, Elliot Stock, suggest around 500-600 copies being published, with around half... Learn More

    Stock Code: 136859

  34. Herland.
    GILMAN, Charlotte Perkins. Herland.

    New York : January - December 1915

    First edition, the first appearance of Gilman's feminist utopian novel Herland, complete in 12 issues of Gilman's magazine The Forerunner; this copy warmly inscribed by the author to the American suffragist Alice Locke Park, "Charlotte Perkins Gilman with love and honor for her friend Alice Park", on the front free endpaper.

    Park (1861-1961)... Learn More

    Stock Code: 130959

  35. The Golden Cockerel Mabinogion.
    GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS: JONES, Gwyn & Thomas (trans.) The Golden Cockerel Mabinogion.

    London : 1948

    First Golden Cockerel edition, number 440 of 550 copies printed (the first 75 copies being specially bound), presenting a new translation of the ancient Welsh epic The Mabinogion (first fully brought into modern English by Lady Charlotte Guest 1838-1845) alongside illustrations by Dorothea Braby. The Mabinogion encompasses Arthurian legend (though originally... Learn More

    Stock Code: 139319

  36. Celtic Wonder-Tales.
    GONNE, Maud, (illus.); YOUNG, Ella. Celtic Wonder-Tales.

    Dublin : 1910

    First edition, first impression, signed by the illustrator on the title page, and with an original initialled drawing in black ink on the front free endpaper (and expanded version of the ornament printed on p. 20.) Edith Maud Gonne (1866-1953) was one of the boldest figures of the Irish Literary Revival; a suffragette and artist, she remains best known... Learn More

    Stock Code: 137680

  37. Creeps by Night: Chills and Thrills.
    HAMMETT, Dashiell (ed.); H. P. Lovecraft, & others. Creeps by Night: Chills and Thrills.

    New York : 1931

    First edition, first printing, in the rare dust jacket; preceding the UK edition published by Gollancz as Modern Tales of Horror in 1932. Bleiler comments that "the circumstances of the following anthology are not known, but Hammett was a very well-read man, and it is entirely possible that he assembled it". Recent research reveals that Arkham House... Learn More

    Stock Code: 132150

  38. Metropolis.
    HARBOU, Thea von. Metropolis.

    Berlin : 1926

    First edition, first impression, the scarce cloth issue in an exceptional example of the rare dust jacket illustrated by Willy Reimann. Based on the original screenplay written by German director Fritz Lang and his wife Thea von Harbou in 1924, this novelization was published before the release of the film version on 10 January 1927. The film Metropolis... Learn More

    Stock Code: 124278

  39. The Moon is a Harsh Mistress.
    HEINLEIN, Robert A. The Moon is a Harsh Mistress.

    New York : 1966

    First edition, first printing. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "To Polly, with love, Bob", additionally signed by the author above his printed name on the title page. The recipient is believed to by Polly Freas, wife of Frank Kelly Freas, the illustrator to Heinlein's The Door into Summer (1957). Polly was one... Learn More

    Stock Code: 131839

  40. Methuselah's Children.
    HEINLEIN, Robert A. Methuselah's Children.

    Hicksville, NY : [1958]

    First edition, first printing, in the first issue binding and dust jacket. The publisher's file copy, inscribed by founder Martin Greenberg on the verso of the front free endpaper, "Gnome Press file copy, Martin Greenberg". The Gnome Press, founded by Greenberg and author David Kyle in 1948, was one of the most important science fiction presses of the... Learn More

    Stock Code: 82256

  41. Starship Troopers.
    HEINLEIN, Robert A. Starship Troopers.

    New York : 1959

    First edition in book form, first printing. Starship Troopers was first published as a two-part serial in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction in October and November 1959 before being published as a book the next month. Winner of the 1960 Hugo award for best novel, it was adapted to film in 1997 by Paul Verhoeven. Learn More

    Stock Code: 122067

  42. The House on the Borderland and other novels.
    HODGSON, William Hope. The House on the Borderland and other novels.

    Sauk City : 1946

    First collected edition, first printing. The volume comprises four of Hodgson's novels, none of which had previously been published in the US in book form: The House on the Borderland, The Boats of the "Glen Carrig", The Ghost Pirates, and The Night Land. Hodgson is considered "one of the most important formative influences in modern tales of supernatural... Learn More

    Stock Code: 118711

  43. The Ghost Pirates.
    HODGSON, William Hope. The Ghost Pirates.

    London : 1909

    First edition, first impression. Presentation copy of Hodgson's landmark work, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper: "N. Rendall, Esq. from William Hope Hodgson - 'May we be friends e'en though we disagree'. Sept. 21st '09." Rare inscribed, with no other copies traced. Hailed as one of the best novel-length works of supernatural fiction... Learn More

    Stock Code: 101607

  44. Always Comes Evening.
    HOWARD, Robert E. Always Comes Evening.

    Sauk City, WI : 1957

    First edition, first printing, of this collection of macabre poems by Robert E. Howard (1906-1936), with dust jacket designed by Frank Utpatel. Learn More

    Stock Code: 122348

  45. Tales From Ovid.
    HUGHES, Ted. Tales From Ovid.

    London : 1998

    First edition, signed limited issue, signed by the author; this is the binder's copy, marked "0/5". The signed limited edition consisted of 310 copies, of which 10 were reserved for the author. This work was the winner of the 1997 Whitbread Book of the Year award. Learn More

    Stock Code: 138031

  46. The Five Jars.
    JAMES, M. R. The Five Jars.

    London : 1922

    First edition, first impression, in the scarce jacket. This "fanciful, mildly ironic, and very pleasurable" fantastical tale was written for the daughter of James's late close friend James McBryde and to be read to the students of Eton, where James was serving as Provost (Bleiler). It is James's only novel and only children's book. Montague Rhodes James... Learn More

    Stock Code: 138879

  47. Promĕna. (Metamorphosis.)
    KAFKA, Franz; COESTER, Otto (illus.) Promĕna. (Metamorphosis.)

    Moravia : April 1929

    Suite of illustrations for the first Czech edition, number 97 of 120 copies only, signed by the illustrator on the half-title in pencil and printed by the Graphic Union in Prague under the supervision of Josef Čapek. The illustrations were drawn by Coester in 1927 and are the first to be created for Kafka's masterpiece. The illustration of The Metamorphosis... Learn More

    Stock Code: 140159

  48. Nights of the Round Table.
    LAWRENCE, Margery. Nights of the Round Table.

    London : [1926]

    First edition, first impression, of Lawrence's first collection of horror stories. The collection was reviewed at the time as "a remarkable compendium, exhibiting considerable sensitivity to the methods and concerns which were to remain central to the tradition of the English supernatural short story long after 1926" (Orlando). Margery Lawrence (1889-1969)... Learn More

    Stock Code: 139274

  49. Rocannon's World; Planet of Exile; and City of Illusions.
    LE GUIN, Ursula K. Rocannon's World; Planet of Exile; and City of Illusions.

    New York : 1966, 1966, 1967

    First editions, first printings, of Le Guins's first three book publications, each copy inscribed on the title page to the same family: "For Patrick Christopher also a first born and his parents Ursula K. Le Guin, 1987"; "For Celia, Greg, & Patrick Christopher with best wishes, Ursula K. Le Guin, 1987"; and "For Patrick Christopher, Celia, + Greg,... Learn More

    Stock Code: 139753

  50. Tales of Wonder.
    LEWIS, M. G. Tales of Wonder.

    London : 1801

    First edition, this copy in a handsome contemporary binding and somewhat later gifted by Lord Chandos Leigh (17911850), poet and school-friend of Lord Byron, to his nephew Frederick Leigh Colvile (18191886), author, antiquary, and Warwickshire vicar. The book has the recipient's bookplate and is inscribed, "from my uncle Chandos Leigh".

    This... Learn More

    Stock Code: 121349

  51. A Voyage to Arcturus.
    LINDSAY, David. A Voyage to Arcturus.

    London : 1920

    First edition, first impression, of this "remarkable work". The first edition of Lindsay's classic novel was printed in a run of 1,250 copies, with around 500 to 600 copies released in the first issue binding as here, with gilt lettering and ruling to spine (Bleiler). Lindsay's most famous and influential work, A Voyage to Arcturus is "a metaphysical... Learn More

    Stock Code: 139374

  52. Devil's Tor.
    LINDSAY, David. Devil's Tor.

    London : 1932

    First edition, first impression, of Lindsay's magnum opus, the fifth and final novel published in his lifetime. In Devil's Tor, "the central characters realise that they are the last representatives of an ancient spiritual force which must renew itself through their marriage. Lindsay here subverts the reader's novelistic expectations by revealing all... Learn More

    Stock Code: 136486

  53. Two books from Lovecraft's classical reference library,
    LOVECRAFT, H. P. Two books from Lovecraft's classical reference library,

    New York : 1898-9 and 1896

    H. P. Lovecraft's own classical reference copies from his library, each volume with his ink ownership inscription to the front free endpaper: Greek Civilization with "H. P. Lovecraft, Providence, R.I.", and the Latin Literature volumes with his name and fastidious manuscript shelf marks "16:46 / 525:1" and "16:46 / 525:2". There is also an additional... Learn More

    Stock Code: 139230

  54. ["Dagon", in] The Vagrant.
    LOVECRAFT, H. P. ["Dagon", in] The Vagrant.

    [Athol, MA] : November 1919

    First appearance in print of Dagon, the first of Lovecraft's tales to introduce a Cthulhu Mythos element by way of the sea deity Dagon. The Vagrant was an amateur press magazine specialising in the supernatural produced by William Paul Cook between 1915 and 1927, with a total of 15 issues. This issue also contains Cook's critical review of Lovecraft,... Learn More

    Stock Code: 131926

  55. The Shunned House.
    LOVECRAFT, H. P. The Shunned House.

    Athol, Mass. : 1928

    First edition, first printing, of Lovecraft's first book, one of 100 bound in black cloth and distributed by Arkham House in 1961, from an edition limited to 300 copies only. "One of a handful of copies" (Currey) complete with the uncancelled original 1928 Cook copyright statement, the Arkham House copyright label pasted to the verso of the title, and... Learn More

    Stock Code: 136540

  56. Works of Fancy and Imagination.
    MACDONALD, George. Works of Fancy and Imagination.

    London : 1871

    First collected edition of the works of George MacDonald, a friend and mentor of Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) and a pioneering figure in the development of English fantasy writing. Learn More

    Stock Code: 132658

  57. [A Song of Ice and Fire:]
    MARTIN, George R. R. [A Song of Ice and Fire:]

    Atlanta, GA/Burton, MI : 2000-2015

    Deluxe signed limited edition, set "K" of the rare deluxe issue of only 52 lettered sets, each title signed by the author and illustrators, and additionally remarqued (a small original illustration added by hand) by the respective illustrators on the limitation leaf, the first five works of the Song of Ice and Fire cycle. There were also 500 numbered... Learn More

    Stock Code: 137883

  58. The Golem.
    MEYRINK, Gustav. The Golem.

    London : 1928

    First English language edition, first impression, of this masterpiece of European fantasy fiction, from the German original first published in book form in 1915 by Kurt Wolff, Leipzig. Meyrink is considered "perhaps the foremost modern writer of supernatural novels... who used the subject matter of contemporary occultism in a highly individual, metaphysical... Learn More

    Stock Code: 105402

  59. Lud-in-the-Mist.
    MIRRLEES, Hope. Lud-in-the-Mist.

    London : 1926

    First edition, first impression, of this important fantasy novel by the Bloomsbury poet Hope Mirrlees (1887-1978), which "beautifully handles... Olde Englisshe folk culture in the mode later made popular by Tolkien" (Blieler). In 2011 Neil Gaiman described the work as "one of the finest fantasy novels in the English language... It is a little golden... Learn More

    Stock Code: 112936

  60. The Saga Library.
    MORRIS, William, & Eiríkr Magnússon (trans.) The Saga Library.

    London : 1891-1905

    First editions, first impressions, scarce found as the complete set, and more usually in sorry state. The culmination of Morris's interest in the medieval literature of Iceland, the Saga Library was translated and edited by Morris together with his friend and scholar Eiríkr Magnússon (1833-1913) and sought to make the material more accessible to an... Learn More

    Stock Code: 139302

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