With a foreword by Elspeth Huxley.
Winchester and New Castle, Delaware: St Paul's Bibliographies and Oak Knoll Press, 1996. 8vo. cloth. xx, 187+(1) pages. With a foreword by Elspeth Huxley. First edition. The fifth volume in the Winchester Bibliographies of Twentieth Century Writers series. Mrs. Huxley's writing life began at the age of fourteen when she sent anonymous articles, often with her own photographs, to the EAST AFRICAN STANDARD and other periodicals. By the age of seventeen she had written ninety-six... READ MORE
With a foreword by Elspeth Huxley.
(Boston, MA: William Dana Orcutt), 1926. small 8vo. stiff paper wrappers, dust jacket. 39+(1) pages. Limited to 100 copies. A fable on Beauty, Knowledge and Happiness privately printed by William Dana Orcutt. Presentation from author dated (July 9th, 1926) "to Dear Dickie and Babe" Dust jacket has minor shelfwear. Slipcase lacking back panel. READ MORE
New York: Crosby Gaige, 1928. 8vo. cloth-backed boards, cloth spine label, top edge gilt. (x), 150, (3) pages. Limited to 850 copies printed by William Edwin Rudge with design by Bruce Rogers (Haas 147). With frontispiece piece portrait of Conrad. Bookplate. READ MORE
With Illustrations by G. Bowers.
London: Bradbury, Agnew, & Co. 1882. 8vo. full brown calf (by Root & Son London), five raised bands, sporting scenes blind stamped on spine, top edge gilt, original red cloth bound-in at end. (x), 361 pages. With Illustrations by G. Bowers. D'Avigdor (1841-1895) wrote a number of hunting novels under the pseudonym of "The Wander." He was educated as an engineer and supervised many construction projects in the Middle East. D'Avigdor was an avid sportsman... READ MORE
With Illustrations by G. Bowers.
London: Bradbury, Agnew, & Co. 1884. 8vo. full brown calf (by Root & Son London), five raised bands, sporting scenes blind stamped on spine, top edge gilt, original red cloth bound-in at end. viii, 360 pages. With Illustrations by G. Bowers. D'Avigdor (1841-1895) wrote a number of hunting novels under the pseudonym of "The Wanderer." He was educated as an engineer and supervised many construction projects in the Middle East. D'Avigdor was an avid sportsman... READ MORE
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, (1969). 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. (x), 376 pages. First half of book is about becoming a novelist, poet, critical writer in modern times. Second half of book is an extensive bibliography on several British authors, including Yeats. Free front endpaper signed by previous owner. Edges, covers and spine all lightly rubbed, minor wear to edges, crease down spine, light staining in spots around edges of volume. READ MORE
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1982. 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. xvi, 258 pages. First edition. Darton "introduces us to the shadowy world of pirate publishers, garret scribblers, under-the-cloak book peddlers, smugglers, and police spies that composed the literary underground of the Enlightenment." READ MORE
San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1993. small 4to. cloth with paper spine label. 167, (3) pages. Book Club of California Publication 202. Printed letterpress in an edition limited to four hundred copies by W. Thomas Taylor, Austin, in Adobe Minion, on Mohawk Superfine paper. Introduction and epilogue by the editor. A selection of the 1908-1909 courtship letters between the writers Charles G. Norris (1881-1945) and Kathleen Thompson Norris (1879-1966), who were one of... READ MORE
New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, (1906). small 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. 404, (iv) pages. Revised edition. William Morris was the last poet to be collected into most anthologies at the turn of the century and here follows Rossetti and Swinburne as the modern Chaucer. READ MORE
With "Foreword to my own Bibliography" by John Updike and a CD Supplement
New Castle, Delaware: Oak Knoll Press, 2007. 8.5 x 11 inches. hardcover, dust jacket. 624 pages (plus 359 pages on CD-ROM). With "Foreword to my own Bibliography" by John Updike and a CD Supplement. First Edition. John Updike is internationally renowned for his novels, short stories, poems, essays and criticism. He has won two Pulitzers, the National Book Award, the American Book Award, the National Book Critics Circle Award, and many other prizes. Updike has... READ MORE
With "Foreword to my own Bibliography" by John Updike and a CD Supplement.
New Castle, Delaware: Oak Knoll Press, 2007. 8.5 x 11 inches. quarter leather with slipcase. 624 pages (plus nearly 300 pages of text on CD). With "Foreword to my own Bibliography" by John Updike and a CD Supplement. Deluxe issue limited to 125 numbered copies, each signed by John Updike. John Updike is internationally renowned for his novels, short stories, poems, essays and criticism. He has won two Pulitzers, the National Book Award, the American... READ MORE
Pamplona: Ediciones Universidad de Navarra, 1970. small 8vo. sewn, stiff paper wrappers, dust jacket. 298 pages. Elements of a contract, "vicissitudes" in the legal relationship, rights/obligations of the parties, extinction of a contract. Legal references only in footnotes! Bibliography. No.14 of the Cuadernos de Trabajo de Periodismoof the U. of Navarre Institute of Journalism. Chip out of top edge of cover. READ MORE
New York: Continuum, (1989). 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. 260 pages. Expanded edition. Brief history of publishing followed by step-by-step explanation of how books are published. Includes a large section on bookselling. Presentation from author on front free endpaper. READ MORE
Extrait des ACTES DE L'ACADÉMIE DES SCIENCES, BELLES-LETTRES ET ARTS DE BORDEAUX, année 1875.
Bordeaux: Vve. Paul Chaumas, 1876. 8vo. stiff paper wrapper, glassine dust jacket. (vii), 115+(1) pages. Extrait des ACTES DE L'ACADÉMIE DES SCIENCES, BELLES-LETTRES ET ARTS DE BORDEAUX, année 1875. This extract contains essays concerning the three French poets. Portions of the text are in Greek and Latin. This copy includes a presentation from the author to Monsieur E.(?) Courbet on the front wrapper. The dust jacket is worn at the corners and edges. The wrapper... READ MORE
A Facsimile of the Author's Prompt Copy.
New York: The New York Public Library, 1956. 4to. cloth. 120 + (1) pages. A Facsimile of the Author's Prompt Copy. Limited to 500 copies. A black-and-white illustrated facsimile of Charles Dickens' 1843 novel Mrs. Gamp. Includes a black-and-white frontispiece and a foreword written by the author's sister, Monica Dickens and introduction by John D. Gordan. Slight rubbing to corners and edges. Previous owner's name written in ink on front free endpaper. READ MORE
London: Chatto and Windus (printed at Chiswick Press), 1903. small 8vo. cloth, top edge gilt. xii, 294, (2), 32 pages, with 5 additional pages of plates. Second edition (first publ. 1902). Dobson: Bibliography of First Editions, 63. Articles on the 18th-century actress Margaret Woffington, Henry Fielding as a journalist, the Spectator, and 9 others. With index, 5 illustrations, and a 1902 publisher's catalogue (browned-on different paper) bound in. A Chiswick Press printing, excepting the catalogue. Covers rubbed, lightly bumped. READ MORE
A Sermon delivered before King Charles I in the beginning of Lent 1630/1
Boston, MA: David R. Godine, 1973. 4to. cloth, dust jacket. (vi), 54, (4) pages. A Sermon delivered before King Charles I in the beginning of Lent 1630/1. Trade edition. John Donne's sermon "Deaths Duell" or "A Consolation to the Soule Against the Dying Life and Living Death of the Body" with a comprehensive essay by Geoffrey Keynes. Five engravings and engraved initial letters. Paper watermarked with John Donne's name. Well preserved copy. READ MORE
Essays on American Literature
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1987. 8vo. quarter cloth, paper-covered boards, dust jacket. (ii), xii, 320, (2) pages. Essays on American Literature. Includes ten essays on American writing and writers as well as seventeen brevities on various authors and their work. Presentation copy with note "To Aileen: In admiration and affection - Denis" on front free endpaper and letter from author to Aileen dated September 30, 1987 laid-in. READ MORE