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All Our Yesterdays

All Our Yesterdays

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All Our Yesterdays

by Tomlinson, H. M. ( SIGNED )

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  • Hardcover
  • Signed
  • first
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London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1930. Book. Illus. by Smith, Percy ( Frontis. ). Near Fine. Hardcover. Signed By Author with Letter. First Edition, Limited, Numbered, Signed. Essentially fine, with only the slightest traces of use. at extremities. An apparently unread copy. # 767 of 1025. Gilt stamped bevelled boards Top edge gilt. Laid in is a signed, handwritten letter to his friend, and frequent correspondant, Canadian author Frederick Niven. References in this 2 page letter ( 1 sheet, both sides ), included along with some personal things, are critical thoughts on the " new reading public ", Thomas Hardy, Charles Lamb, Hitler, and Murder in the Cathedral. It is dated 1939. An interesting association cop, of one of Tomlinson's most respected works..


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All Our Yesterdays
Tomlinson, H. M. ( SIGNED )
Smith, Percy ( Frontis. )
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First Edition, Limited, Numbered, Signed
William Heinemann Ltd
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Literature WW. I
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