New York: Battledore Ltd., 1990. 8vo. printed paper over boards. 111 pages. First edition. An excellent book which contains a wealth of information about the publication of ALICE. Well illustrated throughout. READ MORE about ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND, AN 1865 PRINTING RE-DESCRIBED AND NEWLY IDENTIFIED AS THE...
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New York: Battledore Ltd., 1990. 6 x 9 inches. hardcover. 111 pages. Collectors and those interested in children's books will find this work fascinating as it unearths information about the first actual printing of Alice in Wonderland. Encouraged by his friends, Reverend Charles Dodgson, otherwise known as Lewis Carroll, first had Alice published by Macmillan & Co. and printed by the Clarendon Press in June 1865, arranging to have a specially bound copy delivered to... READ MORE about ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND, AN 1865 PRINTING RE-DESCRIBED AND NEWLY IDENTIFIED AS THE...
New York: Clarkson N. Potter, (1976). 4to. cloth-backed boards, dust jacket. viii, 216 pages. First edition. With 77 drawings and photographs. Essays by Donald Rackin, Michael Patrick Hearn, Elizabeth Sewell, Jean Gattegno and others. Jacket chipped with small tears. READ MORE about LEWIS CARROLL OBSERVED, A COLLECTION OF UNPUBLISHED PHOTOGRAPHS, DRAWINGS, POETRY, AND NEW ESSAYS
New Castle and London: Oak Knoll Press and The British Library, 1999. 6 x 9.5 inches. hardcover, dust jacket. 135 pages. This comprehensive new work not only provides bibliographical details lacking from previous studies, but it describes Dodgson's letters, articles, games, mathematical problems, and stories in such a way that the scholar without access to these rare items will gain an understanding of where Dodgson stood on various subjects and the nature of his relationship... READ MORE about LEWIS CARROLL AND THE PRESS
(London, England): Macmillan Publishers, (1986). 8vo. self paper wrappers. (4) pages. Prospectus for Sir John Tenniel's illustrations to Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking Glass. With prints from the original wood engravings. Order form laid in. READ MORE about Publication Announcement by Macmillan Publishers
New Castle and London: Oak Knoll Press and the British Library, 2008. 8.5 x 11 inches. hardcover, dust jacket. 274 pages. First edition. Byron Sewell and Clare Imholtz have compiled a comprehensive international bibliography of over 1000 entries listing all known editions of Lewis Carroll's Sylvie & Bruno books, their translations into foreign languages, excerpts from them, the appearance of their poems in anthologies, critical articles and studies, parodies, and much more. This book establishes... READ MORE about AN ANNOTATED INTERNATIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LEWIS CARROLL'S SYLVIE AND BRUNO BOOKS
New Castle, Delaware and Pinner, Middlesex, England: Oak Knoll Press & Private Libraries Association, 2016. 7.17 x 10.75. cloth, dust jacket. 216 pages. "Quite simply, a revelation. Lucidly written, with useful illustrations, exploding the myth that dust jackets only came into use in the late nineteenth century." - James Murray, Adrian Harrington Rare Books, London "A fascinating, well-illustrated excursion into the evolution of dust-jackets and the sheaths and wrappers that preceded them." - Jeffrey Mifflin... READ MORE about NINETEENTH-CENTURY DUST-JACKETS
(Witney, England): Inky Parrot Press, 2001. 8vo. self paper wrappers. (4) pages. Prospectus for Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There. Illustrated by Franciszka Themerson. Includes a specimen text page and illustration. READ MORE about Publication Announcement by Inky Parrot Press
London: Max Parrish & Co., 1949. 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. x, 128 pages, and 64 plates. First edition Presented is a representative selection of Carroll's best photographs plus selections from his diaries, notebooks, and other writings on photography. Jacket chipped and soiled and is price clipped. READ MORE about LEWIS CARROLL, PHOTOGRAPHER
New York, NY: The Limited Editions Club, 1932. 8vo. leather, covers and spine gilt-stamped, all edges gilt. xiv, 182, (4) pages. Limited to 1500 numbered copies, signed by typographer and binder Frederic Warde on colophon of Alice's Adventures within a blind-stamped rectangle (LEC 36 Lovett and Lovett, 90a). Published on the centennary of Carroll's birth. Alice Liddell Hargreaves was the "original Alice" for whom Carroll wrote the book. Introduction to Alice's Adventures by Henry Seidel... READ MORE about ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND
New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2015. 8.5 x 11 inches. hardcover. 2656 pages in three volumes. 3 volumes. Alice in a World of Wonderlands is the most extensive analysis ever done of the translations of one English language novel in so many languages. That novel is Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, one of the most quoted books in the world. On October 4, 1866 Lewis Carroll wrote his publisher Macmillan stating "Friends here [in Oxford]... READ MORE about ALICE IN A WORLD OF WONDERLANDS: THE TRANSLATIONS OF LEWIS CARROLL'S MASTERPIECE