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The L-Shaped Room
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The L-Shaped Room

by Banks, Lynne Reid

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Chatto & Windus. First edition published by Chatto & Windus in 1960. A near fine copy. The Una Bishop designed dust wrapper has a small tear to the bottom of the spine otherwise it is quite a crisp example and hasn't been price clipped. There are a few light marks to the lower panel. The book is excellent with very little handling wear. The author has signed her name to the dedication page and has corrected the dedicatee from 'Janice' to 'Jamie' as she often did when signing this book. A near fine book and rare signed.  . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1960.
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The Lacquer Lady
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The Lacquer Lady

by Jesse, F. Tennyson

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William Heinemann. London: William Heinemann Ltd., 1929 8vo., orange publisher's cloth, lettered in gilt to spine; with publisher's device in blind to the lower corner of upper board; red endpapers showing the Golden Palace, Mandalay; complete both in the original dust jacket (7/6 net), and the seldom-found Book Society wraparound band; pp. [vi], vii-xxvi, [ii], 392; a couple of inoffensive pencil markings to text; outer edges and prelims lightly spotted, with a couple of small scratches to the outer edge; one small dent to upper board; the very fresh jacket and band bright and near-fine, save for a couple of very minor nicks and creases. A lovely copy.  First edition.  F. Tennyson Jesse was an English criminologist, journalist, and author. She was the great-niece of the poet Alfred Lord Tennyson, and was one of the first women to report on the German attacks on Belgium during WWI. The Lacquer Lady is a work of historical fiction, which tells the true story of Fanny Moroni,… Read More
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Laments

Laments

by Heaney, Seamus

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Faber and Faber. First edition published by Faber and Faber in 1995. This is a fine copy. The jacket hasn't been price clipped and is without marks or wear. The book is excellent with no handling wear or marks to speak of. This copy has been signed without dedication to the title page by Seamus Heaney.  Polish poet Jan Kochanowki's laments translated by Heaney and Stanislaw Baranczak. The increasingly rare first print, it would go on to be revised by the Gallery Press in 2009. [Brandes & Durkan A63]  . Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1995.
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Landscape and Silence
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Landscape and Silence

by Pinter, Harold

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Methuen & Co Ltd. First edition published by Methuen & Co Ltd in 1969. This is a near fine copy. The wrapper has the odd mark to the front and back panel but overall is clean and with only light wear tp the spine ends. The jacket has the publisher's sticker applied to the front flap. The black publishers boards, lettered in silver to spine are slightly pushed to the spine ends. The final page inside is lightly offset. This copy is boldly inscribed to the title page "To Brice Ritchie, Best Wishes, Harold Pinter", with the ownership plate of the dedicatee to the front paste-down.  A one-act play on the theme of marriage, first broadcast on radio in 1968 and first performed on stage in 1969.  . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1969.
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The Last Medici
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The Last Medici

by Acton, Harold

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Faber & Faber. First edition published by Faber and Faber in 1932. A very good or better copy. The fragile wrapper has been price clipped, otherwise it is all there. The spine has browned and there is some wear to the spine ends. There is a tear to the bottom of the lower flap and this has been repaired on the reverse by archival tape. The green boards are in nice shape and the book is square. The purple top stain is visible and has not faded. There is light and sporadic foxing to the side text block. There is no writing inside and no bookplates.  The Last Medici is the first of three biographies Harold Acton wrote about historical Italian families: the Medicis and the Bourbons.  Acton in this first volume discusses the Medici grand dukes and in particular their final undoing.   . Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1932.
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Last Poems
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Last Poems

by Thomas, Edward

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Selwyn & Blount. London: Selwyn & Blount, 1918 8vo., publisher's paper-covered board with paper label printed in black to spine; outer edges untrimmed; pp. [v], vi-vii, [i], 9-95, [i], [1]-8, [ads.]; a good to very good copy, the boards rubbed and creased with the paper beginning to peel in places (repaired to upper edge of front board); a couple of ink stains to lower board; paper label chipped and creased, a little loss to head; endpapers offset; pages evenly browned; half title with small closed tear to upper margin. First edition, on poor quality wartime paper. Eckert notes that this book is "obviously a wartime production, of poor paper and binding" Edward Thomas, who also wrote under the penname Edward Eastaway, began life as a biographer, nature and travel writer, and only began to diversify into poetry - which he called 'the highest form of literature' - at the age of 36. It was after he had moved, together with his family, to Steep in Hampshire that he began to publish his verses. Just one… Read More
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The Last Sheaf
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The Last Sheaf

by Thomas, Edward

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Jonathan Cape. First edition published by Jonathan Cape in 1928. This is a near fine copy. The plain brown dust wrapper is in excellent condition with no loss, chips or tears. It is not price clipped displaying 6s. net on the inside flap. There is a piece of archival tape to the reverse of the jacket. The green cloth boards are in great shape with no marks or fading. One of the corners is gently pushed. The front free and back free end papers have browning patches otherwise the pages are clean and without marks. The author's brother compiled a score of papers that Thomas wrote in the preceeding two or three years to his death at Arras in 1917 during the great war. He contributed essays to journals and they have been put together including about Christina Rossetti, Insomnia and Goodwood races. A rare book to find from the soldier poet, with the jacket and in this near fine condition.     . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1928.
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Let it Come Down
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Let it Come Down

by Bowles, Paul

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John Lehmann. First edition published by John Lehmann Ltd in 1952. This is a very good copy. The John Minton illustrated dustwrapper has around 1cm loss to the top of the spine and a tiny amount to the bottom. There is wear to the corner tips. The lower panel has the odd mark. The jacket in general is lightly toned. The spine of the book has associated patches of fading to correspond with the loss to the jacket. There is a previous owner's neat name to the front free end paper. Paul Bowles second novel and third published works. Set in Tangier this novel is about a US bank clerks escape through Morocco. A rare book as a first edition with the John Minton artwork  . Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1952.
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The Life and Death of Harriet Frean
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The Life and Death of Harriet Frean

by Sinclair, May

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W. Collins Sons & Co Ltd. London: W. Collins Sons & Co. Ltd., 1922 4to., pink cloth, with titles in gilt to spine and upper board; preserved in the original matching dust jacket printed in purple; outer edge untrimmed; pp. [iv], 184, [iv]; a very good copy, with slight lean and compression, endpapers offset, with spotting to edges and prelims; publisher's 4-page advertisement catalogue to rear entirely unopened; the surviving dust jacket sunned along spine, spreading to both panels, and along the upper edge; a little creased and nicked, with one discrete internal tape repair to verso.  First edition. Number 26 in the Virago Modern Classics list.  May Sinclair was an active suffragette and literary critic, who is first to be attributed to using the term 'stream of consciousness' in a literary context. During the course of her lifetime she wrote almost 25 novels on such diverse subjects as romance, psychoanalytic thought (influenced by Freud), supernatural… Read More
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The Line of Beauty
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The Line of Beauty

by Hollinghurst, Alan

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Picador. London: Picador, 2004  8vo., black publisher's boards lettered in silver along spine; unclipped photographic dust jacket (£16.99) featuring a black-and-white photograph of the author to the rear flap; blue endpapers; pp. [xii], 3-501, [i]; a fine copy, clean, tight and apparently unread; perhaps a touch compressed at foot; in near fine dust jacket.  First edition, with full number-line 1-9, signed by the author in blue ink, and underlined, to the title page.   Hollinghurst's Booker Prize-winning novel, which follows the protagonist, Nick Guest, and his relationship with the enigmatic Fedden family. Exploring themes of privilege, drug use, and hypocrisy, the novel was particularly notable for its exploration of homosexuality, set in the 1980s with the emerging AIDS crisis forming the backdrop to the book's conclusion.  . Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 2004.
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The Long Good-Bye
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The Long Good-Bye

by Chandler, Raymond

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London: Hamish Hamilton. London: Hamish Hamilton, (1953). First edition. This is a very good or better copy. The dust wrapper, illustrated by Fritz Wegner is clean and highly presentable; the corners feature a mild wear, the top and bottom edges are mildly scuffed, and the rear panel is browned in places. It has not been price clipped. The boards are covered in a deep red cloth and are without marks. They are tightly bound at the spine and sharp at the corners, The text blocks are bright and white but has mild foxing on the side. Overall, this is a very good or better copy and is particularly rare in this condition. The sixth novel featuring the private investigator, Philip Marlowe. . Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1953.
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Look Back in Anger - signed association copy
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Look Back in Anger - signed association copy

by Osborne, John; Devine, George; Blond, Neville

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Faber and Faber. OSBORNE, John Look Back in Anger London: Faber and Faber, 1957 8vo., brown cloth with titles in gilt to spine; in the unclipped black and white dust jacket (10s 6d net) with a wraparound image from the play; pp. [viii], 9-96; a very good copy, the cloth a little worn all over and sunned along spine; endpapers with some browning but for the most part clean; the jacket sunned along spine with some creasing; small closed tear (threatening to chip), discretely reinforced internally with archival tape. Provenance: Book-plate of Neville Blond tipped into front paste-down (affixed by way of the upper edge).  First edition, inscribed by the playwright: "To Neville Blond/ a small memento/ of the early days/ of our adventures/ together - John Osborne/" Followed by the signature of George Devine, the Theatre's artistic director. Dated in the year of publication '18 Jan 57.' An incredible association copy.  In 1951 Neville Blond, who was a highly… Read More
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Look to Windward
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Look to Windward

by Banks, Iain M

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Orbit. London: Orbit, 200 8 vo., black publisher's boards lettered in bronze along spine, with publisher's device to foot; in the original unclipped dust jacket (£16.99) with an illustration by Mark Salwowski, and a photograph of the author to the lower flap; black endpapers; pp. [xi], 2-357, [i]; slightly pushed to spine tips; a couple of small white marks to outer edges of boards; light spotting to fore-edge; near-fine, still, the defects minor; jacket essentially fine, with a little rubbing to the upper edge, and a tiny amount of lifting to the laminate.  First edition, boldly signed by the author to the title page.    Banks' sixth novel to feature The Culture, an interstellar post-scarcity civilisation, first introduced by him in Consider Phlebas (1987), of which Look to Windward can be seen as a loose sequel. Both titles are derived directly from T. S. Eliot's The Waste Land:  O you who turn the wheel and look to windward, Consider… Read More
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