T.E. Lawrence - an hitherto unknown biographical/bibliographical note.
by LAWRENCE, T.E. WEEKS, Donald
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Privately printed for the author at the Tragara Press, Edinburgh., 1983. First edition. Octavo. 16 pages. One of 230 copies. Wrappers with flaps, printed label on upper cover. On the dedication page is printed: ''because of Iain Sinclair and to the memory of John Gawsworth''. It seems, although there is no explicit credit given to him in the text, that Sinclair in his bookdealing days must have found a proof of Scots Guard by Wilfrid Ewart with numerous corrections in Lawrence's hand. Fine.
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