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Across the River and into the Trees
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Across the River and into the Trees

by Hemingway, Ernest

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Jonathan Cape. London: Jonathan Cape (1950). First UK edition. 8vo., green cloth boards, maroon motif to the center of the upper board, gilt lettering to the spine, with the original dust jacket; pp. [iv] 5-254 [ii]; A very good copy. The Hans Tisdall jacket hasn't been price clipped displaying 9s. 6d. net. There is edgewear to the spine ends and a corner. The lower panel has a couple of tiny chips to the bottom edge. The green cloth boards have several foxing marks to the edges. Hemingway's post war novel about a Colonel in the US army and the toll conflict has taken on him. The novel was recently adapted to the big screen.  . Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1950.
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Afterlives
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Afterlives

by Gurnah, Abdulrazak

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Bloomsbury. London: Bloomsbury (2020). 8vo., lemon cloth boards, decorated with blue lettering to the spine, with the original dust jacket; pp. [iv] 276 [iv]; A fine copy, both the book and jacket are in as new condition. The jacket hasn't been price clipped.  The nobel Laureate's most recent and acclaimed novel about colonialism and conflict at the beginning on the 20th century.  . Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 2020.
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Alfie
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Alfie

by Naughton, Bill

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Macgibbon and Kee. First edition and first print published by Macgibbon & Kee in 1966. This is a near fine copy. The wrapper is usually prone to creases and wear. This wrapper has only minor and occasional creases to the panels and spine. The text block is free from foxing as are the pages. There is no foxing or spotting and no ink except for an inscription from the author, dated in the year of publication and also on the title page where he has signed his name. Overall a near fine copy.  Alfie tells the story of a young womanising man who leads a self-centred life, purely for his own enjoyment, until events force him to question his uncaring behaviour, his loneliness and his priorities. A film starring Michael Caine was released later on in 1966 to much acclaim. A rare title to find in such nice condition and signed by the author.  . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1966.
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Animals and Plants under Domestication
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Animals and Plants under Domestication

by Darwin, Charles

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John Murray. First edition and first issue set published by John Murray in 1868. Two volumes in the original green cloth with gilt lettering on the spine. Binders ticket to rear paste down. A previous bookseller and previous owner's plates to the front pastedown in volume 1. The reverse of first blank end paper are two previous owner's written names, in both volumes. Volume 1 has one name crossed out and remnants of a previous booksellers remarks written in pencil. The same remnants of pencil marks are on the rear last blank end paper. Both volumes have light foxing marks to preliminary pages. Both volumes have been recased with minor repairs made to the spine ends. The set presents as very good or better.  The set is first issue with 1 line publishers imprint on the spine, 5 lines of errata in volume 1 and 7 lines in volume 2. Along with 43 in text wood engravings including impressive depictions of pigeons and fowl. Volume 1 has all the engravings. Volume 1 has ads… Read More
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An Anthropologist on Mars
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An Anthropologist on Mars

by Sacks, Oliver

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Picador. 8vo., brick-red publisher's boards lettered in silver to spine; pictorial dust-jacket with an illustration by Scott Garrett; pp. [vii], viii-xvi, [i], 2-319, [i]; containing numerous sketches and full-colour illustrations throughout; aside from very light creasing and a miniscule dent to the lower board, a fine copy. First edition, with full number line 1-9, signed and dated by the author to the title page in green ink pen. A collection of seven medical case histories by the renowned neurologist Oliver Sacks. Among those studied are: 'The Last Hippie' - concerning a man whose brain tumour means he has no memory of anything past the late 1960s. Sacks draws parallels here with the case of Phineas Gage, the American railroad worker who survived for eleven years after an accident in which a large iron rod was driven through his head. 'A Surgeon's Life' - the subject suffers from Tourette's syndrome, and in particular a series of ticks, which disappear when he… Read More
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Aucassin and Nicolette
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Aucassin and Nicolette

by Lang, Andrew

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David Nutt. London: David Nutt, 1887 12mo., plain card wraps with fitted dust jacket printed in red and black; outer edges untrimmed; pp. [xi], vi-xx, [iii], 4-70, [ii]; featuring a frontis by P.J. Hood behind loose tissue guard, a little creased, browned, and shelf-worn, previous owner's bookplate to ffep; very lightly cracked along gutter at p. [x-xi]; a very good copy of this unusual work.  Limited edition, one of just 500 copies printed on Japanese Paper. Translated by the author in June, and published in November 1887.  Rendered into English here for the first time by the Scottish poet and novelist Andrew Lang, Aucassin and Nicolette is a French fictional story likely written in the late 12th or early 13th century, of which just one extant manuscript still survives. A classic romantic epic featuring war and forbidden love, it combines prose and verse into what is known as a chantefable - literally translating as a 'sung story'. "He tells a love story",… Read More
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