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ARC93873: PATRIC DICKINSON AND WILLIAM SCOTT. - Soldiers' Verse. Chosen by Patric Dickinson with original lithographs by William Scott.
BC14025: PATRIC DICKINSON - A Wintering Tree. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC12368: PATRIC DICKINSON - This Cold Universe. Poems.
ARC92591: PETER DICKINSON - Skin Deep.
BUL90432: CAPTAIN E.G.DIGGLE, R.D., R.N.R. - The Romance of the Modern Liner. With a foreword by Admiral of the Fleet Earl Jellicoe of Scapa. (SIGNED)
SPE90340: S.S.VAN DINE. - The Casino Murder Case. A Philo Vance Story.
SPE90341: S.S.VAN DINE. - The "Canary" Murder Case. A Philo Vance Story
ARC91119: S.S.VAN DINE - The Benson Murder Case.
ARC92798: THOMAS D.DISCH - The Genocides. A novel.
15469: M.WILLSON DISHER - Pleasures of London. With numerous illustrations.
17210: MAURICE WILLSON DISHER - Clown. [A novel].
15475: MAURICE WILLSON DISHER - The Last Romantic. The Authorised Biography of Sir John Martin-Harvey. With a foreword by D.L.Murray.
15473: MAURICE WILLSON DISHER - Mad Genius. A Biography of Edmund Kean, with particular reference to the women who made and unmade him. (WITH ALS)
BC18450: JENNY DISKI. - Like Mother. A novel.
BUL90987: REX DIXON - Pocomoto and the Circus Folk. With illustrations by Robert Hodgson.
15996: BONAMY DOBRÉE. (Sir John Vanbrugh interest) - Essays in Biography 1680-1726.
ARC93761: E.J.DOBSON. - The Origins of Ancrene Wisse.
BC13079: KEVIN CROSSLEY-HOLLAND. James Dodds. - East Anglian Poems. With illustrations by James Dodds. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
DB0059: KEVIN CROSSLEY-HOLLAND. James Dodds. - East Anglian Poems. With illustrations by James Dodds. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
SPE90452: PLACIDO DOMINGO. - My First Forty Years. (SIGNED)
BC18430: SCOTT DONALDSON. - Hemingway Vs. Fitzgerald. The Rise and Fall of a Literary Friendship.
17213: J.P.DONLEAVY. - Fairy Tales of New York. A play.
BUL90433: TERENCE DONOVAN. - The Cameras and Photographic Equipment. The catalogue of a Christie's sale held on Thursday 12 June 1997.
ARC90474: H.D. [Hilda Doolittle]. - Hedylus.
19789: MICHAEL DOSTER - Reflections
DB0004: HARDIMAN SCOTT. Betty Dougherty. - Adam & Eve & Us. Poems. With decorations by Betty Dougherty. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC93956: CHARLES M.DOUGHTY. - Wanderings in Arabia. Being an Abridgement of Travels in Arabia Deserta. Arranged and introduced by Edward Garnett.
BUL90818: ARTHUR DOUGLAS. - The Noah's Ark Murders.
BC17180: KEITH DOUGLAS. - The Complete Poems of Keith Douglas. Edited by Desmond Graham.
BC13800: NORMAN DOUGLAS. - In the Beginning. A novel. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC91433: NORMAN DOUGLAS. - How About Europe? Some Footnotes on East and West. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION, ADDITIONALLY INSCRIBED)
18269: NORMAN DOUGLAS. - They Went.
SPE90557: ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE. - The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
CAS0119: RODDY DOYLE. - Rory & Ita. (SIGNED)
BC16403: RODDY DOYLE. - The Last Roundup. Complete in three volumes comprising 'A Star Called Henry', 'Oh, Play That Thing' [and] 'The Dead Republic'. (TWO VOLUMES SIGNED)
ARC93506: RODDY DOYLE. - The Commitments.
ARC93594: RODDY DOYLE. - The Van. A novel. (SIGNED)
ARC93700: ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE. - The Croxley Master. A Great Tale of the Prize Ring.
ARC93310: CAMILLA DOYLE. - Poems.
BC18328: RODDY DOYLE. - The Barrytown Trilogy. Comprising The Commitments [and] The Snapper [and] The Van.
ARC90516: ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE. - The Last Galley. Impressions and Tales.
KP90716: RODDY DOYLE. - Smile. A novel.
BUL92039: MARGARET DRABBLE. - The Waterfall. A novel. (SIGNED)
19675: MARGARET DRABBLE - The Middle Ground. A nioel.
BC17105: MICHAEL DRAYTON. - Nimphidia. The Court of Fayrie.
19065: THEODORE DREISER - Plays of the Natural and the Supernatural.
ARC91779: JOHN DRINKWATER. - Preludes 1921-1922.
9922609: C.H.DRUMMOND. - A Message to Burgos. A novel [of the Spanish Civil War].
ARC93598: ERIC RAVILIOUS. John van Druten, G.B.Stern, A.E.Coppard, Sean OFaolain, Norah Hoult, Hamish Maclaren, Elizabeth Bowen, Ronald Fraser and Malachi Whitaker. - Consequences. A Complete Story in the Manner of The Old Parlour Game in Nine Chapters, Each by a Different Author. [Edited and with an epilogue by A.E.Coppard].
BC17969: CAROL ANN DUFFY. - The Pamphlet. Poems.
BC17088: CAROL ANN DUFFY. - Feminine Gospels. Poems.
BC15954: CAROL ANN DUFFY - Mean Time. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC14565: CAROL ANN DUFFY - Love Poems.
BC12894: CAROL ANN DUFFY - edits and provides a brief introduction to the anthology 'Home and Away. New Poetry from the South'.
BC12279: CAROL ANN DUFFY - contributes her poem 'Politico' to an issue of the periodical 'Stand Magazine'. Summer 1987.
BC12084: PETER DUFFY - Brothers in Arms. The True Story of Three Men who Dified the Nazis, Saved 1,200 Jews, and Built a Village in the Forest.
ARC92716: CAROL ANN DUFFY - Selling Manhattan. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC18604: ALFRED DUGGAN. - The Little Emperors. A novel.
BUL90636: NEVILLE DUKE AND EDWARD LANCHBERY - Sound Barrier. The Story of High-Speed Flight.
ARC92415: NEVILLE DUKE AND EDWARD LANCHBERY. - Sound Barrier. The Story of High-Speed Flight. (INSCRIBED)
BC18508: EVELYN DUNBAR AND CYRIL MAHONEY. - Gardener's Choice. Written and illustrated by Evelyn Dunbar and Cyril Mahoney.
ARC93248: RONALD DUNCAN. - The Blue Fox [and] Jan at the Blue Fox. With illustrations by Michael Hanson.
ARC93177: RONALD DUNCAN. - The Complete Pacifist. With brief introductory remarks by Eric Gill, Sylvia Townsend Warner, Arthur Wragg, Ruth Fry, Canon H.R.L.Sheppard, Gerald Heard and Dr. Maude Royden.
ARC92402: PERIODICAL. Ronald Duncan. - Five consecutive issues (No. 16, May 1942 - No. 20, February 1944) of the uncommon agricultural periodical 'The Scythe', formally 'The Townsman'. Edited by Ronald Duncan.
BC17262: RONALD DUNCAN. - Journal of a Husbandman.
BC16409: HELEN DUNMORE - A Spell of Winter. A novel.
BC18590: CAPTAIN J.C.DUNN. - The War the Infantry Knew 1914-1919. A Chronicle of Service in France and Belgium with The Second Battalion His Majesty's Twenty-Third Foot, The Royal Welch Fusiliers: Founded on Personal Records, Recollections and Reflections, assembled, edited and partly written by one of their Medical Officers.
BC11400: DOUGLAS DUNN. - The Happier Life. Poems.
99159: DOUGLAS DUNN. - Backwaters. Poems.
KP90368: DOUGLAS DUNN. - Northlight. Poems.
KP90578: DOUGLAS DUNN. - Boyfriends and Girlfriends. Stories
GM90123: KATHERINE CAMERON. Mrs Campbell of Dunstaffnage. - Miss Sophia. With a frontispiece by Katherine Cameron.
ARC93795: PAUL AUSTER. Jacques Dupin. - Fits and Starts. Selected Poems of Jacques Dupin. Translated from the French and with an introduction by Paul Auster.
BC16458: PAUL DURCAN - A Snail in My Prime. New and Selected Poems.
BUL92060: GERALD DURRELL. - Marrying Off Mother and Other Stories.
BUL92058: GERALD DURRELL. - Beasts in my Belfry. With illustrations by Edward Mortelmans.
BUL92057: GERALD DURRELL. - Menagerie Manor. With illustrations by Ralph Thompson.
20254: LAWRENCE DURRELL. - Cities Plains and People. Poems.
ARC93927: LAWRENCE DURRELL. - Cefalû. A novel. .
BC15513: LAWRENCE DURRELL - A special Lawrence Durrell issue of the quarterly periodical 'The Private Library'. Vol. 3, no. 4, winter 1990.
BC13291: LAWRENCE DURRELL - The Big Supposer. A Dialogue with Marc Alyn. Translated from the French by Francine Barker and illustrated with paintings by Durrell.
BC11037: LAWRENCE DURRELL. - Frying the Flag. With two full-page line drawings by John R.Smith.
ARC90384: LAWRENCE DURRELL. - The Alexandria Quartet. Compromising Justine', 'Balthazar', 'Mountolive' and 'Cleo'. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)'
991091: LAWRENCE DURRELL - The Fifth Antiquarian Book Fair. Handlist of Exhibitors. With a three-page introduction by Lawrence Durrell.
13516: LAWRENCE DURRELL. - Pen as Pencil. Drawings and Paintings by British Authors. The catalogue of an exhibition. With a preface by Lawrence Durrell.
11477: LAWRENCE DURRELL. - Cefalu. A novel.
BUL90279: PAUL DURST. - Backlash.
BC11539: JOHN SMITH. Stephen Dwoskin - Songs for Simpletons. Poems. With drawings by Stephen Dwoskin. (SIGNED)
BC15818: GEOFF DYER - White Sands. Experiences from the Outside World.
BC11412: GEOFF DYER. - The Search. A novel.
9922357: CLIFFORD DYMENT. - The Railway Game. An Early Autobiography.
BC12860: PAT EARNSHAW - The Golden Hinde. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC15986: WILLIAM EASTLAKE - Castle Keep. A novel.
16434: MALCOLM EASTON. - Artists and Writers in Paris. The Bohemian Idea, 1803-1867. With illustrations.
BC18200: PAUL NASH. Margot Eates. - Paul Nash 1889-1946. The Master of the Image. A monograph. With an appreciation by C.Day Lewis.
ARC93221: RICHARD EBERHART. - A Bravery of Earth. A poem.
ARC92058: MIGNON G.EBERHART - Escape the Night.
16133: LEON EDEL - Bloomsbury. A House of Lions. With illustrations.
16586: ANTHOLOGY. David Edgar, Trevor Griffiths, David Hare, Julian Mitchell, Peter Prince, Howard Schuman & Hugh Whitemore. - Ah! Mischief. The Writer and Television. Edited by Frank Pike.
BC17300: H.D. [i.e. Hilda Doolittle]. Susan Edmunds. - Out of Line. History, Psychoanalysis, and Montage in H.D.'s Long Poems.
BC12890: WYNDHAM LEWIS. Paul Edwards. - Wyndham Lewis's Narrative of Origins: 'The Death of the Ankou'.
ARC93257: LIONEL EDWARDS. - My Hunting Sketch Book. With illustrations by the author.
BC17623: WILLIAM EGGLESTON. - The Democratic Forest. Selected Works. Edited by William Eggleston III and with text by Alexander Nemerov.
BC15262: SERGEI EISENSTEIN. - Que Viva Mexico! With an introduction by Ernest Lindgren.
BUL90030: ROBERT EKVALL. - Tents Against the Sky. A novel of Tibet.
BC14907: T.S.ELIOT. - An Exhibition of Manuscripts and First Editions of T.S.Eliot.
ARC93435: T.S.ELIOT. - An Address to the Members of the London Library, delivered on the occasion of Eliot's assuming the office of President of the Library. Delivered at the Annual General Meeting of Members in the Reading Room, 22 July 1952.
ARC93006: T.S.ELIOT (published anonymously). - Ezra Pound. His Metric and Poetry.
ARC92948: T.S.ELIOT. - T.S.Eliot - A Symposium. Compiled by Richard March and Tambimuttu.
ARC93945: T.S.ELIOT. - From Poe to Valery. An essay.
ARC90983: T.S.ELIOT - The Aims of Poetic Drama. The Presidential Address to the Poets' Theatre Guild.
ARC90076: T.S.ELIOT. - Andrew Marvell 1621-1678. Tercentenary Tributes. Edited with an official record of the tercentenary celebrations at Kingston-upon-Hull and in London by W.H.Bagguley.
ARC93971: T.S.ELIOT. - Homage to John Dryden. Three Essays on Poetry of the Seventeenth Century.
BC16608: STANLEY ELLIN. - House of Cards. A novel.
ARC92688: ANTHOLOGY. H.B.Elliott (editor). - Lest We Forget. A War Anthology. Edited by H.B.Elliott and with a foreword by Baroness Orczy.
BUL90766: ALICE THOMAS ELLIS. - The Sin Eater.
BC17730: HAVELOCK ELLIS. - Sonnets with Folk Songs from the Spanish.
BC18317: BRET EASTON ELLIS. - Imperial Bedrooms. A novel
ARC92641: ALICE THOMAS ELLIS - The 27th Kingdom. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC15830: RICHARD ELLMANN - Four Dubliners. Wilde, Yeats, Joyce and Beckett.
MA0019: LUCY ELLMANN. - Ducks, Newburyport. A novel.
BC16507: JAMES ELLROY - Because the Night. The second volume of the L.A. Noir trilogy.
BC16506: JAMES ELLROY - Blood on the Moon. The first volume of the L.A. Noir trilogy.
19813: JOSEPH OPPENHEIMER. Dr. Curt Elwenspoek. - Jew Suss Oppenheimer. The Great Financier, Gallant, and Adventurer of the 18th Century. A Study based on Various Documents, Private Papers and Traditions. Translated by Edward Cattle.
BC18091: CAMDEN TOWN GROUP. Richard Emeny. - A Fragile Beauty. The Camden Town Group in the Blackdown Hills 1909-1925. (INSCRIBED)
BC18115: ROY CAMPBELL. Richard Emeny. - Roy Campbell: Poet of Two Wars.
17221: R.W.EMERSON & A.H.CLOUGH - Emerson - Clough Letters. Edited by Howard Foster Lowry & Ralph Leslie Rusk.
HUN0167: ROWLAND EMETT. - Nellie Come Home. (INSCRIBED)
HUN0159: ROWLAND EMETT. - Rowland Emett: From Punch to Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang and Beyond. The catalogue of a 1988 sale exhibition of Emmet's works at Chris Beetle Ltd. (INSCRIBED)
BC12939: PIERRE EMMANUEL - The Universal Singular. The Autobiography of Pierre Emmanuel. Translated from the French by Erik de Mauny.
ARC93501: WILLIAM EMPSON. - Poems.
BUL91023: NATHAN ENGLANDER - For the Relief of Unbearable Urges. Stories. (SIGNED)
BC13879: PAUL ENGLE - West of Midnight. Poems. (SIGNED, WITH CARD)
BUL90869: D.J.ENRIGHT. - Bread Rather Than Blossoms. Poems.
BC16321: ANNE ENRIGHT - The Forgotten Waltz. A novel. (SIGNED)
ARC93291: D.J.ENRIGHT. - The Laughing Hyena and Other Poems.
ARC93208: D.J.ENRIGHT. - The Year of the Monkey. A Farewell Edition. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC18318: ANNE ENRIGHT. - The Wig My Father Wore. A novel.
99174: D.J.ENRIGHT - Unlawful Assembly. Poems.
ARC90807: D.J.ENRIGHT - In the Basilica of the Annunciation.
BC13973: JACOB EPSTEIN - Rebel Angel. Sculpture and Watercolours. The catalogue of a 1980 Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery exhibition.
9899: JACOB EPSTEIN - Drawings. With notes by Lady Epstein and an introduction by Richard Buckle.
ARC93757: LOUISE ERDRICH. - Love Medicine. A novel.
BC15666: RENÉ CREVEL. Max Ernst - Babylon. A novel. Translated from the French of 'Babylone' and with an afterword by Kay Boyle, and illustrations by Max Ernst.
BC13951: MAX ERNST - Max Ernst. A monograph issued upon the occasion of a 2006 exhibition of the artist's work at The Helly Nahmad Gallery, London.
20054: MAX ERNST. - Max Ernst. The catalogue of an exhibition. With an introduction by William S.Lieberman, a colour frontispiece and many monochrome plates.
BUL90380: ERTÉ. [i.e. Romain de Tirtoff]. Eric Estorick. - Erté. The Last Works. Graphics and Sculpture. With additional text by Ray Perman and David Rogath and photographs by Daniel Kramer.
BC17831: JEFFREY EUGENIDES. - Middlesex. A novel.
BC15001: WALKER EVANS. - Havana 1933.
BC17679: TONY EVANS. - Tony Evans. Taking His Time. Edited by David Gibbs, David Hillman and Caroline Edwards.
BC12102: MERLYN EVANS - The Political Paintings of Merlyn Evans 1930-1950. The catalogue of a 1985 Tate Gallery exhibition.
10896: IFOR EVANS - English Poetry in the Later Nineteenth Century.
KP90657: CARADOC EVANS. - My People. Stories of the Peasantry of West Wales.
KP90658: CARADOC EVANS. - Capel Sion. Stories.
BC18609: BERNARDINE EVARISTO. - The Emperor's Babe. A novel.
ARC93151: JOHN EVELYN. - The Tragedy of Faust. A play. (INSCRIBED)
BC15878: PETER EVERETT - The Voyages of Alfred Wallis. A novel.
ARC93840: WILLIAM EVERSON. - San Joaquin. Poems. With an introduction by Lawrence Clark Powell.
ARC92552: GAVIN EWART - The Gavin Ewart Show. Poems. With a cover design and frontispiece by Michael Foreman. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91205: GAVIN EWART - Poems and Songs.
ARC90808: GAVIN EWART - Venus.
19252: GAVIN EWART. - The Gavin Ewart Show. Poems by Gavin Ewart.
BC16665: RICHARD EYRE. - National Service. Diary of a Decade. (SIGNED)
BC15936: MICHAEL FABER - The Crimson Petal and the White. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC17724: ANNE FADIMAN. - At Large and at Small. Confessions of a Literary Hedonist. (SIGNED)
BC15938: RUTH FAINLIGHT - Climates. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC15937: RUTH FAINLIGHT - The Region's Violence. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93386: RUTH FAINLIGHT. - The Region's Violence. Poems. (SIGNED)
KP90096: RUTH FAINLIGHT. - Sibyls and Others. Poems.
KP90341: RUTH FAINLIGHT. - Twenty One Poems.
ARC93722: ERNEST FAIRFAX. - Calling All Arms. The Story of how a Loyal Company of British Men and Women Lived Through Six Historic Years.
BC12330: GERMAINE DE STAËL. Maria Fairweather. - Madame de Staël. A biography.
ARC93166: WILLIAM FALCONER. - The Shipwreck. A Poem in Three Cantos. With text illustrated by additional notes, and corrected from the first and second editions. With a thirty-nine page biographical memoir of the author by J.S.Clarke.
ARC92069: BRET HARTE. Pierre Falké. - The Wild West. With pictures by Pierre Falké.
BC16105: CYRIL FALLS. - War Books. An Annotated Bibliography of Books about the Great War. With a new introduction and additional entries by R.J.Wyatt.
BUL90599: LIONEL FANTHORPE - Earth, Sea and Sky. The Collected Poems of Lionel Fanthorpe. (INSCRIBED)
BC15642: MORIS FARHI. - Young Turk. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC16786: ELEANOR FARJEON. - The Mulberry Bush. With illustrations by Isobel and John Morton-Sale.
SPE0258: J.JEFFERSON FARJEON. - Peril in the Pyrenees. A novel.
BC14828: JAMES FARRAR - posthumously contributes four poems to an issue of the periodical The Adelphi, Vol. 23, No. 4. July-September 1947.
BC14809: JAMES FARRAR - Spring Returning. A Selection from the Works of James Farrar. Edited with a sixteen-page introduction by Christopher Palmer examining the relationship between Farrar and Henry Williamson (who, in 1950, edited the first collection of Farrar's writings).
ARC91840: J.G.FARRELL. - A Girl in the Head. A novel.
BC11735: HENRY WILLIAMSON. Daniel Farson. - Henry. An Appreciation of Henry Williamson.
BC16040: WILLIAM FAULKNER - The Reivers. A Reminiscence.
BC15980: WILLIAM FAULKNER - Mosquitoes. A novel. With an introduction by Richard Hughes.
BC15979: WILLIAM FAULKNER - The Town. A novel.
BC11768: WILLIAM FAULKNER. - Requiem for a Nun. A play. Adapted to the stage by Ruth Ford. With photographs by Tony Armstrong Jones.
ARC92400: WILLIAM FAULKNER. - Go Down, Moses and Other Stories.
14922: PETER FAULKNER - William Morris and Eric Gill. An essay.
14450: WILLIAM FAULKNER - Speech of Acceptance upon the award of the Nobel Prize for Literature, delivered in Stockholm 10th December 1950.
BC11981: SEBASTIAN FAULKS - The Fatal Englishman. Three Short Lives. Illustrated with photographs.
ARC90373: SEBASTIAN FAULKS. - The Girl at the Lion D'or.
ARC90182: SEBASTIAN FAULKS. - Birdsong. A novel.
16272: SEBASTIAN FAULKS. - La Guerra di Charlotte. [Charlotte Gray]. Translated into Italian by Lidia Perria.
BC18569: KEITH FEILING. - Warren Hastings. A biography.
HUN0095: JOSEF HERMAN. Elaine Feinstein. - The Feast of Eurydice. With drawings by Josef Herman.
SPE90433: JULIAN FELLOWES. - Snobs. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
19798: MAX BEERBOHM. John Felstiner - The Lies of Art. Max Beerbohm's Parody and Caricature.
BUL90910: JAMES FENTON AND JOHN FULLER. - Partingtime Hall. Poems.
BC14052: JAMES FENTON. - A Vacant Possession. Poems.
ARC93182: JAMES FENTON. - Put Thou Thy Tears Into My Bottle. Two poems. (SIGNED)
SFC0015: PATRICK LEIGH FERMOR. - Ghika - Craxton - Leigh Fermor. Charmed Lives in Greece. Edited by Evita Arapoglou.
BC13599: PATRICK LEIGH FERMOR. - Between the Woods and the Water. On Foot to Constantinople from The Hook of Holland: The Middle Danube to the Iron Gates. (SIGNED)
BC17994: PATRICK LEIGH FERMOR. - Words of Mercury. Edited by Artemis Cooper.
ARC92726: XAN FIELDING. Patrick Leigh Fermor. - A Hideous Disguise. With a foreword by Patrick Leigh Fermor and a tipped-in portrait of the author by Amy Nimr.
ARC91644: PATRICK LEIGH FERMOR. - The Traveller's Tree. A Journey through the Caribbean Islands.
ARC91036: PATRICK LEIGH FERMOR. - The Traveller's Tree. A Journey through the Caribbean Islands.
ARC92546: ELIZABETH FERRARS - Unreasonable Doubt. A novel.
ARC92521: MICHAEL FIELD - Poems of Adoration.
ARC93868: XAN FIELDING. - Hide and Seek. The Story of a Wartime Agent
BC17949: WILLIAM FIENNES. - The Music Room. (INSCRIBED)
BUL92300: RANULPH FIENNES. - Beyond the Limits. The Lessons Learned from a Lifetime's Adventures. (INSCRIBED)
BC18502: ORLANDO FIGES. - Just Send me Word. A True Story of Love and Survival in the Gulag. (SIGNED)
ARC93131: HENRY T.FINCK - Chopin and Other Musical Essays.
BC17015: TIMOTHY FINDLEY. - Pilgrim. A novel.
BC13984: TIMOTHY FINDLEY - The Butterfly Plague. A novel.
BC16827: IAN HAMILTON FINLAY. - Works in Europe 1972-1995 / Werke in Europe 1972-1995. Edited by Herausgegeben von Zdenek Fleix and Pia Simig.
15719: JAMES BOSWELL. Ian Finlayson. - The Moth and the Candle. A Life of James Boswell. With illustrations.
BC15956: RONALD FIRBANK - La Princesse aux Soleils and Harmonie. With English Versions by Edgell Rickword, an introductory note by Miriam J.Benkovitz and illustrations by Philippe Jullian.
ARC90529: RONALD FIRBANK - Odette. A Fairy Tale for Weary People. With four illustrations by Albert Buhrer.
18286: RONALD FIRBANK - The Artificial Princess. With an introduction by Sir Coleridge Kennard.
BC11982: MARTIN FIRRELL - The Beautiful and the Grave. With an introduction by Langham Bailey and an afterword by Jan Heron. (SIGNED)
BC15783: TIBOR FISCHER - Crushed Mexican Spiders [and] Possibly Forty Ships. Two stories. (SIGNED)
BC18528: JADE ANGELES FITTON. - Hermit. A Memoir of Finding Freedom in a Wild Place. (INSCRIBED)
BC13967: C.F.TUNNICLIFFE. Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald. - Rivermouth. With illustrations by C.F.Tunnicliffe.
KP90817: PENELOPE FITZGERALD. - Charlotte Mew and Her Friends.
ARC93457: F.SCOTT FITZGERALD. - The Last Tycoon. An Unfinished Novel. Edited with a foreword by Edmund Wilson.
BC18158: PENELOPE FITZGERALD. - Charlotte Mew and Her Friends.
CAS0144: DYLAN THOMAS. Constantine Fitzgibbon. - Selected Letters of Dylan Thomas. (PLUS UNCORRECTED PROOF)
SPE90339: RICHARD FLANAGAN. - First Person. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC16520: RICHARD FLANAGAN. - Wanting. A novel.
BUL90853: GUSTAVE FLAUBERT - Salammbô. Translated from the French ("Englished") by M.French Sheldon, and with an introduction by Edward King.
BC13580: JAMES ELROY FLECKER - Poems by James Elroy Flecker. Selected by Anthony Astbury.
ARC91813: JAMES ELROY FLECKER - The Old Ships. Poems
ARC91678: JAMES ELROY FLECKER - Don Juan. A Play in Three Acts.
ARC93575: J.E.FLECKER. - The Last Generation. A Story of the Future.
SPE90454: IAN FLEMING. - Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang. The Magical Car. Adventure Number Two. With illustrations by John Burningham.
BUL91085: HEINRICH HARRER. Peter Fleming - Seven Years in Tibet. Translated from the German by Richard Graves and with an introduction by Peter Fleming.
ARC90789: JOAN FLEMING - A Daisy-Chain for Satan.
20186: IAN FLEMING. - You Only Live Twice. A James Bond novel.
BC11406: IAN FLEMING - contributes a nine-page article 'Foreign News' - his FIRST BOOKFORM APPEARANCE - to The Kemsley Manual of Journalism.
15494: ARNOLD FLEMING - The Medieval Scots Scholar in France.
BC18246: WINSTON FLETCHER. - The Manipulators. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93797: RONALD FIRBANK. Ifan Kyrle Fletcher. - Ronald Firbank. A Memoir. With personal reminiscences by Lord Berners, V.B.Holland, Augustus John, and Osbert Sitwell, and portraits by Alvaro Guevara, Augustus John, Wyndham Lewis and Charles Shannon, plus a photographic portrait frontispiece by Bertram Park.
20219: IAN FLETCHER. - Lauds. Four Poems.
BC16130: JONATHAN SAFRAN FOER - Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. A novel. (SIGNED)
BUL90893: RICHARD FORD - Women With Men. Three stories.
BC15652: FORD MADOX FORD - No More Parades. A novel. Volume two of the Parade's End tetralogy.
BC15394: FORD MADOX FORD (writing as 'Ford Madox Hueffer') - contributes 'What the Orderly Dog Saw' (the first appearance in print of this three-part poem, which was subsequently included in the collection 'On Heaven') to an issue of the periodical 'Poetry. A Magazine of Verse'. Vol. IX, No. 6, March 1917. Edited by Harriet Monroe.
BC15069: FORD MADOX FORD. - Joseph Conrad. A Personal Remembrance.
BC15068: FORD MADOX FORD (writing as 'Ford Madox Hueffer'). - The Critical Attitude.
BC14892: FORD MADOX FORD (writing as 'Ford Madox Hueffer'). - The Heart of the Country. A Survey of a Modern Land.
BC14891: FORD MADOX FORD (writing as 'Ford Madox Hueffer'). - The Soul of London. A Survey of a Modern City.
ARC93213: FORD MADOX FORD (writing as Ford Madox Hueffer). - On Heaven and Poems Written in Active Service.
ARC93027: FORD MADOX FORD - Women & Men.
ARC92505: FORD MADOX FORD (writing as 'Ford H.Madox Hueffer'). - The Feather. With a frontispiece by F.Madox Brown (the author's maternal grandfather).
ARC92462: FORD MADOX FORD (writing as 'Ford Madox Hueffer'). - The Cinque Ports. A Historical and Descriptive Record. With illustrations by William Hyde.
20183: FORD MADOX FORD. - A Little Less Than Gods. A Romance.
BC18470: RICHARD FORD. - Independence Day. A novel. (SIGNED)
17763: FORD MADOX FORD - Letters of Ford Madox Ford. Edited by Richard M.Ludwig.
16703: FORD MADOX FORD - Hans Holbein the Younger. A Critical Monograph. With illustrations.
16435: HUGH FORD. - Published in Paris. American and British Writers, Printers, and Publishers in Paris, 1920-1939. With a foreword by Janet Flanner and many illustrations.
BUL91047: C.S.FORESTER. - Randall and the River of Time.
ARC92920: C.S.FORESTER. - A Pawn Among Kings.
ARC93644: C.S.FORESTER. - Hornblower and the Hotspur. A novel.
20161: C.S.FORESTER. - The Gun. A novel.
20160: C.S.FORESTER. - Death to the French. A novel.
BC17897: E.M.FORSTER. - Abinger Harvest.
ARC91989: E.M.FORSTER. - Where Angels Fear to Tread. A novel.
KP90187: E.M.FORSTER - contributes his seventeen-page story 'Voltaire's Laboratory' (five years before it appeared in 'Abinger Harvest') to an issue of the periodical 'Life and Letters'. Vol. VII, No. 40, September 1931. Edited by Desmond MacCarthy.
BC15839: FREDERICK FORSYTH - The Negotiator. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
20153: FREDERICK FORSYTH - The Fourth Protocol. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
SPE0309: FREDERICK FORSYTH. - The Cobra. A novel.
SPE0310: FREDERICK FORSYTH. - The Biafra Story. (SIGNED)
SPE0311: FREDERICK FORSYTH. - No Comebacks. Collected Short Stories. (SIGNED)
SPE0312: FREDERICK FORSYTH. - The Day of the Jackal. A novel. (SIGNED)
SPE0313: FREDERICK FORSYTH. - The Odessa File. A novel. (SIGNED)
SPE0316: FREDERICK FORSYTH. - The Negotiator. A novel. (SIGNED)
SPE0319: FREDERICK FORSYTH. - The Phantom of Manhattan. (SIGNED)
ARC92517: J.W.FORTESCUE - The Story of a Red-Deer. With decorations by Dorothy Burroughes.
BUL91095: FRANCO FORTINI. - Summer is Not All. Selected Poems. Translated from the Italian by Paul Lawton.
BC17501: NORMAN FOSTER. - On Foster On Foster. Edited by David Jenkins and with an introduction by Deyan Sudjic.
BC15760: JOHN FOWLES - A Maggot. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
17764: JOHN FOWLES. - The Aristos.
ARC92648: JOHN FOWLES - Mantissa. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC17888: JOHN FOWLES. - The Aristos. A Self-Portrait in Ideas. Essays. (INSCRIBED)
20181: JOHN FOWLES. - Shipwreck. The Photographs of the Gibsons of Scilly. With text by John Fowles.
20165: JOHN FOWLES. - A Maggot. A novel. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
19390: JOHN FOWLES. - Daniel Martin. A novel.
BC18588: JAMES FOX. - The Langhorne Sisters. (SIGNED)
ARC93841: CHARLES T.FOXCROFT. - The Night Sister and Other Poems.
BC18592: JANET FRAME. - To the Is-Land. An Autobiography.
BC11407: JANET FRAME. - Towards Another Summer. A novel.
ARC93730: JANET FRAME. - Owls Do Cry. A novel.
BC17912: JANET FRAME. - An Angel at My Table.
KP90718: RONALD FRAME. - Watching Mrs Gordon and Other Stories.
BC16517: DICK FRANCES. - The Danger. (SIGNED)
20204: THOMAS FRANGENBERG AND ROBERT WILLIAMS. - The Beholder. The Experience of Art in Early Modern Europe. Edited by Thomas Frangenberg and Robert Williams.
BC15014: WALDO FRANK - Virgin Spain. Scenes from the Spiritual Drama of a Great People.
19770: JOSEPH FRANK - Hobbled Pegasus. A Descriptive Bibliography of Minor English Poetry 1641-1660
19893: NORMAN FRANKS. - Battle of Britain
HUN0122: ERIC FRASER. - A Folio of 10 Prints.
ARC93401: GEORGE MACDONALD FRASER. - The Hollywood History of the World. Film Stills from the Kobal Collection. (SIGNED)
ARC93285: GEORGE MACDONALD FRASER. - The Reavers. A novel. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC18329: GEORGE MACDONALD FRASER. - McAuslan in the Rough and Other Stories.
ARC93091: GEORGE MACDONALD FRASER. - The Light's on at Signpost
ARC92876: G.S.FRASER. - The Traveller Has Regrets and Other Poems. (INSCRIBED)
ARC92743: G.S.FRASER. - The Fatal Landscape and Other Poems.
SPE90361: GEORGE MACDONALD FRASER. - The Hollywood History of the World. Film Stills from the Kobal Collection. (SIGNED)
SPE90366: GEORGE MACDONALD FRASER. - The complete Flashman novels, comprising Flashman, Royal Flash, Flash for Freedom, Flashman at the Charge, Flashman in the Great Game, Flashman's Lady, Flashman and the Redskins, Flashman and the Dragon, Flashman and the Mountain of Light, Flashman and the Angel of the Lord, Flashman and the Tiger [and] Flashman on the March. (SIGNED)
SPE90363: GEORGE MACDONALD FRASER. - The Light's on at Signpost. (SIGNED)
SPE90360: GEORGE MACDONALD FRASER. - The Pyrates. A novel. (SIGNED)
SPE90356: GEORGE MACDONALD FRASER. - The Candlemass Road. A novel. (SIGNED)
SPE90358: GEORGE MACDONALD FRASER. - Mr. American. A novel. (SIGNED)
SPE90359: GEORGE MACDONALD FRASER. - The World of the Public School. With an introduction by George Macdonald Fraser.
SPE90354: GEORGE MACDONALD FRASER. - The Reavers. A novel. (SIGNED)
SPE90355: GEORGE MACDONALD FRASER. - Quartered Safe Out Here. A Recollection of the War in Burma. (SIGNED)
BC15952: MICHAEL FRAYN - Clouds. A play.
BC15759: MICHAEL FRAYN. - Spies. A novel.
BC18015: FREDERICK ROLFE [writing as 'Frederick, Baron Corvo']. - Stories Toto Told Me. [Edited and] with a preface by Christopher Sykes.
ARC93545: JOHN HOWARD GRIFFIN. Barnett Freedman. - The Devil Rides Outside. A novel. With a dust wrapper design by Barnett Freedman.
BC17975: NICOLAS FREELING. - Lady Macbeth. A novel.
BC17044: EDITH SITWELL. [John Freeman and J.W.Haines interest]. - Troy Park. Poems.
BC18040: JULIAN FREEMAN. - British Art. A Walk Round the Rusty Pier.
ARC90503: JOHN FREEMAN - Memories of Childhood. (SIGNED)
ARC92762: SIR JOHN FRENCH - The Despatches of Sir John French. Mons, The Marne, The Aisne, Flanders.
BUL92107: ESTHER FREUD. - The Sea House. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC14719: LUCIAN FREUD - On Paper.
BUL90482: KINKY FRIEDMAN. - Armadillos and Old Lace. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC17566: ELISABETH FRINK. - Sculpture and Drawings 1952-1984. The catalogue of a 1985 Royal Academy of Arts exhibition.
BC17542: TERRY FROST. - Six Decades. The catalogue of an exhibition.
BC14123: ROBERT FROST - Frost: Centennial Essays.
BC10294: TERRY FROST - Terry Frost. Paintings 1948-89. The catalogue of a 1989 exhibition at The Manor Gallery, London.
ARC93286: ROBERT FROST, CONRAD AIKEN, H.D., VACHEL LINDSAY, CARL SANDBURG &c. - American Poetry 1927. A Miscellany. Edited with a three page foreword by Louis Untermeyer.
BC18466: SIGMUND FRUED. - Introductory Lectures of Psycho-Analysis. A Course of Twenty-Eight Lectures Delivered at The University of Vienna. Translated into English by Joan Riviere and with a preface by Ernest Jones.
SPE90516: STEPHEN FRY. - The Hippopotamus. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91135: ROGER FRY - Flemish Art. A Critical Survey.
ARC93555: DANIEL FUCHS. - Summer in Williamsburg. A novel.
19874: ROLOFF BENY. Madeline Fuchs - Roloff Beny. Sei Tavole a Colori
BC12610: CARLOS FUENTES. - The Crystal Frontier. A Novel in Nine Stories. Translated from the Spanish of 'La Frontera de Cristal' [by Alfred MacAdam]. (SIGNED)
KP90860: OSBERT LANCASTER. Roger Fulford. - The Right Honourable Gentleman. A Satire. With illustrations and a dust wrapper design by Osbert Lancaster.
BC15130: ROY FULLER (writing as 'R.B.Fuller') - contributes two early untitled poems which pre-date his first book by two years to the second issue of the periodical 'Twentieth Century Verse'. No. 2. March 1937.
BC14474: ROY FULLER - The Perfect Fool. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC14473: ROY FULLER - The Ruined Boys. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC14472: ROY FULLER - Image of a Society. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC13514: ROY FULLER - Spanner and Pen. Post-War Memoirs.
BC17680: R.BUCKMINSTER FULLER. - Your Private Sky. R.Buckminster Fuller. The Art of Design Science. Edited by Joachim Krausse and Claude Lichtenstein.
ARC91545: ROY FULLER - Poems. (INSCRIBED)
ARC90809: JOHN FULLER - Annotations of Giant's Town.
ARC90810: ROY FULLER - To an Unknown Reader. A broadsheet poem. (SIGNED)
99188: ROY FULLER - A Lost Season. Poems.
99185: ROY FULLER - An Old War. Poems.
99186: ROY FULLER - Professors and Gods. Last Oxford Lectures on Poetry.
13523: ROY FULLER - The Carnal Island. A novel.
KP90670: ROY FULLER. - Souvenirs [and] Vamp Till Ready. Further Memoirs. [and] Home and Dry. Memoirs III. The author's memoirs, complete in three volumes.
KP90721: JOHN FULLER. - A Skin Diary. A novel.
BC18333: HARRY FURNISS. - Harry Furniss's Royal Academy. "An artistic joke". A Reproduction in Photogravure, executed by Messers. Alfred & Charles Dawson, of the Pictures in the above Exhibition, together with the Illustrated Catalogue. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC18531: AGNES MILLER PARKER. Herbert Furst. - Essays in Russet. With woodcuts by Agnes Miller Parker.
BUL92000: JEAN FUSARO. - Fusaro. A monograph. With an introduction, 'Fusaro, or Choreography of the Fleeting Instant', by Jean Carrière. (WITH A LETTER FROM THE ARTIST)
18989: HENRY FUSELI - Henry Fuseli. Catalogue of a major exhibition. With prefatory essays by Gert Schiff and Werner Hoffman, and over 300 illustrations.
BUL90462: ALEXANDRA FYODOROVNA - The Last Diary of Tsaritsa Alexandra. Edited by Vladimir A.Kozlov and Vladimir M.Khrustalëv, with notes by Alexandra Raskina and a lengthy introduction by Robert K.Massie.
BC18022: DAVID GADD. - The Loving Friends. A Portrait of Bloomsbury.
SPE90322: NEIL GAIMAN. - American Gods. A novel
17240: THOMAS GAINSBOROUGH - The Letters of Thomas Gainsborough. Edited by Mary Woodall.
ARC93669: V.H.GALBRAITH. - The St. Albans Chronicle 1406-1420. Edited from Bodley MS. 462 by V.H.Galbraith.
16711: PATRICK GALE - Tree Surgery for Beginners. A novel.
20136: MAX BEERBOHM. A.E.Gallatin & L.M.Oliver. - A Bibliography of the Works of Max Beerbohm.
BC17049: RICHARD LE GALLIENNE. - The Silk-Hat Soldier and Other Poems.
991765: RICHARD LE GALLIENNE - Old Love Stories Retold.
17803: JOHN GALSWORTHY. - Addresses in America 1919.
BC17734: JOHN GALSWORTHY. - A Bit o' Love. A Play in Three Acts.
BC17735: JOHN GALSWORTHY. - The Foundations. An Extravagant Play in Three Acts.
BC17736: JOHN GALSWORTHY. - A Family Man. A play.
BC17737: JOHN GALSWORTHY. - The Roof. A Play in Seven Scenes.
ARC92393: JOHN GALSWORTHY (writing as 'John Sinjohn'). - A Man of Devon. Four stories.
992002: JOHN GALSWORTHY. - Exiled. An Evolutionary Comedy.
19596: JOHN GALSWORTHY. - Flowering Wilderness. A Forsyte novel.
17804: JOHN GALSWORTHY. - Tatterdemalion.
17812: JOHN GALSWORTHY. - Plays: Fourth Series. 'A Bit 'o Love', 'The Foundations' and 'The Skin Game'.
17802: JOHN GALSWORTHY. - A Sheaf. Selected Essays and Papers.
17797: JOHN GALSWORTHY. - The Little Man and Other Satires.
17800: JOHN GALSWORTHY. - Two Forsyte Interludes. 'A Silent Wooing' and 'Passers By'.
17796: JOHN GALSWORTHY. - Plays: Seventh Series. 'Escape', 'Exiled' and 'The Roof'.
17788: JOHN GALSWORTHY. - The Show. A Drama in Three Acts.
17776: JOHN GALSWORTHY. - Captures. Stories.
17774: JOHN GALSWORTHY. - Caravan. The Assembled Tales.
17773: JOHN GALSWORTHY. - Three Plays. ('The Eldest Son', 'The Little Dream' and 'Justice').
BC13840: ROBERT GAMBEE - Manhattan Seascape. Waterside Views Around New York. (INSCRIBED WITH TLs)
BC16541: ERNEST K.GANN. - In the Company of Eagles. A novel.
JUL90080: ROLAND GANT. - A Book of Ballads. Edited and with a lengthy introduction by Roland Gant. Grey
BC15768: WREY GARDINER - Lament for Strings. Poems.
BC14043: WREY GARDINER - Lament for Strings. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC13595: HERB GARDNER. - A Piece of the Action. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC17574: JAMES GARDNER. - The ARTful Designer. Ideas off the Drawing Board. With a one-page foreword by Ralph Steadman.
ARC93764: JOHN GARDNER. - Licence Renewed. A James Bon novel.
BC18154: JOHN GARFIELD. - The Fallen. A Photographic Journey Through the War Cemeteries and Memorials of the Great War, 1914-1918. With an introduction by Gavin Stamp.
ARC93265: JOHN GARFIELD. - The Wandering Whore. Numbers 1-5 1660-1661.
ARC92401: JOHN GARFIELD - The Fallen. A Photographic Journey Through the War Cemeteries and Memorials of the Great War, 1914-18. With an introduction by Gavin Stamp. (SIGNED)
BC12931: ROGER GARFITT - West of Elm. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
SPE90347: ROBERT GARIOCH - contributes his hitherto unprinted three-verse poem 'Thochts During a Music Festival' to the third issue of the short-lived periodical 'Platform'. Edited by Frederick Woods.
BC17121: ROBERT GARIOCH - contributes his poem 'The Prisoner's Dream' to an issue of the periodical 'Lines Review'. No. 8. May 1955. Edited by Sydney Goodsir Smith.
BC14805: RAYMOND GARLICK - The Welsh-Speaking Sea. [Selected Poems 1949-1954]. (INSCRIBED)
BC17700: WILLIAM GARNER. - The Andra Fiasco. A novel.
BC17701: WILLIAM GARNER. - Rats' Alley. A novel. Volume two of the 'John Morpurgo trilogy'.
BUL90438: DAVID S.GARNETT. - Mirror in the Sky.
BC17872: DAVID GARNETT. - The Sailor's Return. With a frontispiece by Ray Garnett (the author's first wife). (INSCRIBED)
BC10083: DAVID GARNETT - contributes an interesting comparison of E.M.Forster and John Galsworthy to an issue of the periodical 'A Review of English Literature'. Vol. V, no. 1, January 1964.
20237: DAVID GARNETT. - A Man in the Zoo. A novel. With engravings by R.A.Garnett, the author's first wife.
15510: DAVID GARNETT. - A Shot in the Dark. A novel.
ARC91102: JOHN MUNRO. [David Gascoyne] - A Trip to Venus. A novel.
ARC90634: JONATHAN GASH. - Spend Game. A Lovejoy narrative. (SIGNED)
19771: JONATHAN GASH - Jade Woman. A Lovejoy narrative
BC10085: MRS GASKELL - is the subject of Edgar Wright's essay 'Mrs. Gaskell and the World of Cranford' contributed to an issue of the periodical 'A Review of English Literature'. Vol. VI, no. 1, January 1965.
19190: CHARLES T.GATTY. - George Wyndham. Recognita. With illustrations
MA0057: THÉOPHILE GAUTIER. - The Complete Works of Théophile Gautier. Edited, introduced, and translated from the French by Professor F. C. De Sumichrast. Complete in twelve volumes.
BC16521: JOHN GAWSWORTH. - Blow No Bugles. Poems from Two Wars 1942-1945.
FP90013: JOHN GAY - The programme for a 1948 production of Gay's "The Beggars Opera" produced by the Oxford University Opera Club.
99361: JOHN GAY - Selected Poems of John Gay. Edited by Alan Ross
ARC93502: JOHN GEDDIE. - The Lake Regions of Central Africa. A Record of Modern Discovery.
BC16677: KENNETH GEE. - 32 Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC14629: SUE GEE. - The Mysteries of Glass. (SIGNED)
BC17686: SAM WAGSTAFF. Philip Gefter. - Wagstaff: Before and After Mapplethorpe. A Biography.
BC17492: FRANK GEHRY. - The Architecture of Frank Gehry.
BC13231: MARTHA GELLHORN - The Letters of Martha Gellhorn. Selected and edited by Caroline Moorehead.
BC16644: MARTY GENTLE. - Under the Penitence. A Story of the First History. With an introduction by S.M.Stirling. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC93355: PETER BRYANT [i.e. Peter George]. - Two Hours to Doom. A Novel of Suspense.
ARC92860: PAUL GÉRALDY (published anonymously). - La Guerre, Madame. (INSCRIBED)
BC14383: WILLIAM GERHARDI - Perfectly Scandalous; Or "The Immorality Lady". A comedy in three acts. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC93201: WILLIAM GERHARDI. - The Polyglots. A novel.
ARC92045: JULIA MARGARET CAMERON. Helmut Gernsheim. - Julia Margaret Cameron. Her Life and Photographic Work. With an introduction by Clive Bell.
BC17090: KAREN GERSHON. - A Lesser Child. An Autobiography.
BUL90727: ALBERT MAURICE-GHERSON - Pound of Flesh.
ARC93609: ROBERT GIBBINGS AND A.E.COPPARD. - Rummy. That Noble Game. Expounded in Prose, Poetry, Diagram and Engraving by A.E.Coppard and Robert Gibbings. With an Account of Certain Diversions into the Mountain Fastnesses of Cork and Kerry.
ARC93152: STELLA GIBBONS - contributes four poems to the anthology Poems 1923-1944. University College London.
BC17488: DAVID GIBBS. - Building Lloyd's.
BC16577: SIMON HARVESTER [i.e. Henry St. John Clair Rumbold-Gibbs]. - Good Men and True. A Study in Crime.
BC17159: WILFRID GIBSON [i.e. W.W.Gibson]. - The Golden Room and Other Poems. (SIGNED)
BC17158: WILFRID GIBSON [i.e. W.W.Gibson]. - Krindlesyke. A play. (INSCRIBED)
BC17154: WILFRID WILSON GIBSON [i.e. W.W.Gibson]. - The Stonefolds. (INSCRIBED)
BC15935: WILLIAM GIBSON. - Idoru. A novel. Volume two of the 'Bridge Trilogy'.
BC15624: W.W.GIBSON - contributes his poem 'A Ballad of Thieves' to the second issue of the periodical 'The Dome. An Illustrated Monthly Magazine and Review of Literature, Music, Architecture and the Graphic Arts'. New series, Vol. 1, No. 2. November 1898.
ARC91115: WILFRID WILSON GIBSON - Fires. Complete in three volumes: Book I, The Stone and Other Tales; Book II, The Ovens and Other Tales; and Book III The Hare and Other Tales.
BC11985: DAVID GILBOA - Jewish Characters in Israel. A complete suite of ten evocative colour paintings housed, alongside an introductory essay which the artist has signed, in a stiff cloth-backed decorated folder and original decorated card slipcase, this last somewhat stained, spotted and marked. (SIGNED)
19684: ELLEN GILCHRIST - The Courts of Love. Stories
19673: ELLEN GILCHRIST - The Age of Miracles. Stories
17823: ANNE GILCHRIST - Anne Cilchrist. Her Life and Writings. Edited by Herbert Harlakenden Gilchrist, with a preface by W.M.Rossetti and illustrations.
HUN0012: ERIC GILL. - Eric Gill 1882-1940. Centenary Exhibition. The catalogue of a 1982 centenary exhibition at Pallant House Gallery.
ARC93692: ERIC GILL. - Sculpture. An Essay.
BC18023: ERIC GILL. - Eric Gill 1882-1940. Drawings and Carvings. A Centenary Exhibition.
ARC93721: ERIC GILL. (David Jones interest). - In a Strange Land. Essays.
BC18266: VOLTAIRE. [Evan Gill]. - Voltaire's Essay on Milton. Edited with a foreword by Desmond Flower.
ARC93015: LAURENCE STERNE. Eric Gill. - A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy. Designed by Eric Gill (and printed in a type he composed specially for this book) with etchings by Denis Tegetmeier. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC92956: ERIC GILL - Beauty Looks After Herself. Essays.
ARC92382: ERIC GILL - Songs to Our Lady of Silence. With six small ornament engravings by Eric Gill (including the press devices) and four more by Desmond Chute (all unaccredited).
BC17752: ERIC GILL. - Christianity and the Machine Age.
ARC93620: ERIC GILL. - The Story of how Amnon Ravished his Sister Thamar for which Absalom Killed him, as it is Written in the Second Book of Kings.
ARC93731: ERIC GILL. - Art Nonsense and Other Essays.
ARC92334: PENELOPE GILLIATT - One by One. A novel.
BC12866: PAMELA GILLILAN - The Turnspit Dog. Poems by Pamela Gillilan with woodcuts by Charlotte Cory. (INSCRIBED)
BC12865: PAMELA GILLILAN - That Winter. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
SFC0014: PAT GILMOUR. - Artists at Curwen. A Celebration of the Gift of Artists' Prints from the Curwen Studio.
BC18451: ALLEN GINSBERG. - The Book of Martyrdom and Artifice. First Journals and Poems 1937-1952. Edited by Juanita Liebermann-Plimpton and Bill Morgan.
BC12778: HENRY WILLIAMSON. I.Waveney Girvan. - A Bibliography and a Critical Survey of the Works of Henry Williamson. Compiled by I.Waveney Girvan. Together with Authentic Bibliographical Annotations by Another Hand [i.e. Henry Williamson].
ARC90773: HENRY WILLIAMSON. I.Waveney Girvan - A Bibliography and a Critical Survey of the Works of Henry Williamson. Compiled by I.Waveney Girvan. Together with Authentic Bibliographical Annotations by Another Hand [i.e. Henry Williamson].
BC13933: ALASDAIR GRAY. Rodge Glass - Alastair Gray. A Secretary's Biography.
BC14632: VICTORIA GLENDINNING - Jonathan Swift. A biography. (SIGNED)
BC13739: GERALD GLIDDON - Legacy of the Somme. The Battle in Fact, Film and Fiction. With a foreword by John Terraine.
BC15489: RUMER GODDEN - Coromandel Sea Change. A novel.
BC15462: EDWARD MARSH. Stephen Godden. - The Fables of Jean De La Fontaine. Translated into English verse by Edward Marsh and with twenty-six copper engravings by Stephen Godden (including two title page designs). Complete in two volumes. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC14364: RUMER GODDEN - Cromartie v. The God Shiva Acting Through the Government of India.
ARC92405: REX WHISTLER. Elizabeth Godley. - Green Outside. With decorations by Rex Whistler.
19636: JOHN GOHORRY AND SIMON BRETT - Hobbes's Whale. Poems by John Gohorry with wood engravings by Simon Brett. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC13620: WILLIAM GOLDING - The Pyramid.
ARC91897: WILLIAM GOLDING - Pincher Martin. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC17820: WILLIAM GOLDING. - The Scorpion God. Three Short Novels.
20085: WILLIAM GOLDING - The Paper Men.
KP90580: JOHN EVERETT MILLAIS. Paul Goldman. - Beyond Decoration. The Illustrations of John Everett Millais.
BC11496: LIONEL F.GOLDSMID. - First Fruits. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC17611: ANDY GOLDSWORTHY. - Wood. With an introduction by Terry Friedman.
BC15382: ANDY GOLDSWORTHY - Wall. With an introduction by Kenneth Baker.
19185: GEORGE LAURENCE GOMMA. - Ethnology in Folklore.
BC15971: CERI RICHARDS. Mel Gooding - Ceri Richards. A monograph.
BC13858: MICHAEL ROTHENSTEIN. Mel Gooding - Michael Rothenstein's Boxes.
ANN90004: CATHERINE GOODMAN - Catherine Goodman. The catalogue of a 2008 exhibition.
14738: MAX WEBER. Lloyd Goodrich - Max Weber. A monograph.
19831: JOHN GOODWIN - The Idols and the Prey. A novel of Haiti.
SFC0025: JASON GOODWIN. - The Janissary Tree [and] The Snake Stone [and] The Bellini Card [and] An Evil Eye [and] The Baklava Club. (THREE VOLUMES SIGNED)
BC14510: NADINE GORDIMER - Not for Publication
ARC93341: NADINE GORDIMER. - Face to Face. Short Stories.
19906: NADINE GORDIMER. - Livingstone's Companions.
BC17827: EDWARD GOREY (writing as 'Ogdred Weary'). - The Curious Sofa. (SIGNED)
BC16460: MAXIM GORKI - Reminiscences of Leonid Andreyev. An authorised translation from the Russian by Katherine Mansfield and S.S.Koteliansky.
ARC93831: MAXIM GORKY. - A Confession. A novel. Translated from the German by W.F.Harvey.
ARC91172: MAXIM GORKY - Reminiscences of Leonid Andreyev. An authorised translation from the Russian by Katherine Mansfield and S.S.Koteliansky.
ARC93813: JAMES JOYCE. Herbert S.Gorman. - James Joyce. His First Forty Years.
BC18425: ANTONY GORMLEY. - Workbooks 1, 1977-1992. (SIGNED)
19338: VIRGINIA WOOLF. Susan Rubinow Gorsky. - Virginia Woolf. [A study].
BC14505: RAY GOSLING - Sum Total. (SIGNED AND INSCRIBED)
BC17578: LOTHAR GÖTZ. - Paint. The catalogue of an exhibition.
BC17560: LOTHAR GÖTZ. - Häuser für Tollmi / Houses for Tollmi. The catalogue of an exhibition. Edited by Erik Schönenberg.
ARC93402: ELIZABETH GOUDGE. - The Valley of Song. With illustrations by Steven Spurrier.
BC17967: ELIZABETH GOUDGE. - Songs and Verses.
JUL90233: PAUL GOUGH. - A collection of Paul Gough's Great War-inspired exhibition catalogues and flyers.
BC16364: TONY GOULD. (Cristián Huneeus). - Death in Chile. A Memoir and a Journey. (INSCRIBED)
BC16283: TONY GOULD. - In Limbo. The Story of Stanley's Rear Column. (INSCRIBED)
BC11704: C.F.TUNNICLIFFE. R.T.Gould. - Communications Old and New. With wood-engravings by C.F.Tunnicliffe.
99625: MARK GOULDEN - Mark My Words! [The Memoirs of a Journalist/Publisher]. With illustrations.
BC17313: ROBERT GOULET. - Madhouse.
ARC93864: WILLIAM GOYEN. - The House of Breath. A novel.
BUL90909: DESMOND O'GRADY. (Louis MacNeice interest). - The Dark Edge of Europe. Poems.
ARC92068: BRUCE GRAEME - La Belle Laurine.
16251: LOUIS DE GRAEVE. - Nudite. Grand Roman des Syphilitiques.
ARC93851: SUE GRAFTON. - A is for Alibi. A novel.
ARC93403: SUE GRAFTON. - O is for Outlaw. A Kinsey Millhome Mystery.
BC18360: W.S.GRAHAM - contributes his poem 'The Night City' to an issue of the weekly periodical 'The Listener'. Vol. 93, no. 2389, 16 January 1975.
BC18361: W.S.GRAHAM - contributes his poem 'To Alexander Graham' to an issue of the weekly periodical 'The Listener'. Vol. 94, no. 2415, 17 July 1975.
BC18362: W.S.GRAHAM - contributes his poem 'Are You Still There?' to an issue of the weekly periodical 'The Listener'. Vol. 95, no. 2439, 8 January 1976.
BC13603: W.S.GRAHAM. - The White Threshold. Poems
ARC93335: W.S.GRAHAM. - The Nightfishing. Poems.
ARC93305: CHRISTOPHER LOGUE. [W.S.Graham]. - Mixed Rushes. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC18358: W.S.GRAHAM - contributes his poem 'I Leave This At Your Ear (for N.D.)' to an issue of the weekly periodical 'The Listener'. Vol. lxxiv, no. 1914, 2 December 1965.
BC18141: MERVYN JAMES. Rigby Graham. - Mountains. Poems. With illustrations by Rigby Graham.
ARC92864: RIGBY GRAHAM - J.H.Mason R.D.I. A Selection from the Notebooks of a Scholar-Printer, made by his son John Mason. With illustrations by Rigby Graham. (SIGNED)
ARC92381: W.S.GRAHAM - contributes his poem 'he Feeding Arrows' to an issue of the uncommon periodical 'Voices'. New series no. 2, winter 1946-47. Edited by Denys Val Baker.
ARC91870: W.S.GRAHAM - contributes his hitherto unprinted poem 'the Fifth Journey' to the second issue of Selected Writing. Winter 1944. Edited by Reginald Moore and Tambimuttu.
ARC91451: W.S.GRAHAM - contributes his poem 'The Day and Night Craftsmen' to an issue of the periodical 'Poetry Quarterly'. Vol. 7, No. 2. Summer 1945.
19857: STEPHEN GRAHAM. - With Poor Emigrants to America. With 32 illustrations from photographs by the author.
BC17437: W.S.GRAHAM - W.S.GRAHAM contributes his four-verse poem 'The Soldier Campion' to an issue of the periodical 'The New Statesman and Nation. The Week-end Review'. Vol. LII, no. 1337. 27 October 1956.
BC17434: W.S.GRAHAM - contributes his twenty-eight line poem 'Letter VI: A Day the Wind Was Hardly' to an issue of the periodical 'The New Statesman and Nation. The Week-end Review'. Vol. XLVII, no. 1201. 13 March 1954.
BC17435: W.S.GRAHAM - contributes his four-verse poem 'Christopher Absalom Morris' to an issue of the periodical 'The New Statesman and Nation. The Week-end Review'. Vol. XLVIII, no. 1222. 7 August 1954.
DB0063: JOHN BURNINGHAM. Kenneth Grahame. - The Wind in the Willows. With illustrations by John Burningham.
19591: LEE GRANDJEAN - Their Silence is Language. The catalogue of a 1990 exhibition at Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich.
19592: LEE GRANDJEAN AND JEREMY HOOKER - Groundwork. Sculpture by Lee Grandjean and poems by Jeremy Hooker. Published in conjunction with a 1998 exhibition at Djanogly Art Galley.
ARC93095: A.L.BARKER. Duncan Grant. - Innocents. Variations on the Theme. Stories. With a dust wrapper design by Duncan Grant.
15622: SAMUEL JOHNSON. Lieut.-Col. F.Grant. - Life of Samuel Johnson.
BC16117: THE GRAPHIC (Louis Rémy Sabattier). - The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper. No. 2440, vol. XCIV. September 2, 1916.
ARC93459: GÜNTER GRASS. - From the Diary of a Snail. Translated from the German of 'Aus dem Tagebuch einer Schnecke' by Ralph Manheim. (SIGNED)
BC18105: RICHARD PERCEVAL GRAVES. - Changing Perceptions: The Poets of the Great War.
BUL90009: ROBERT GRAVES. - Poems & Satires 1951. With a foreword by the author.
BC17055: ROBERT GRAVES. - Good-Bye to All That. An Autobiography. (SIGNED)
BC16887: RICHARD PERCIVAL GRAVES. - The Powys Brothers. (SIGNED AND INSCRIBED)
ARC93832: ROBERT GRAVES. - John Kemp's Wager. A Ballad Opera. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC17793: ROBERT GRAVES - contributes his hitherto unprinted poem 'The Troll's Nosegay' to an issue of the periodical 'To-Day'. Vol. 7, no. 37, March 1920. Edited by Holbrook Jackson.
ARC93483: ROBERT GRAVES. - Good-Bye to All That. An Autobiography.
ARC93482: ROBERT GRAVES. - Good-Bye to All That. An Autobiography. (WITH SIGNED SLIP)
ARC93434: ROBERT GRAVES. - My Head! My Head! Being the History of Elisha and the Shunamite Woman; with the History of Moses as Elisha related it, and her Questions put to him.
ARC93266: ROBERT GRAVES. - Fairies and Fusiliers. Poems.
ARC93007: ROBERT GRAVES. - Over the Brazier. Poems.
ARC92749: ROBERT GRAVES. - Whipperginny. Poems.
ARC90372: ROBERT GRAVES. - Country Sentiment. Poems.
99201: ROBERT GRAVES. - Poems 1938-1945.
99199: ROBERT GRAVES. - Poems 1953
991404: ROBERT GRAVES. - Two Wise Children. With illustrations by Ralph Pinto.
991403: ROBERT GRAVES. - Poetic Craft and Principle. Lectures and Talks.
991388: ROBERT GRAVES. - An Ancient Castle. With illustrations by Elizabeth Graves.
20088: ROBERT GRAVES. - No More Ghosts. Selected Poems.
18311: ALFRED PERCIVAL GRAVES (Sheridan Le Fanu interest) - Irish Literary and Musical Studies.
17394: ROBERT GRAVES - co-edits and contributes six poems to the anthology Oxford Poetry 1921. Edited by Alan Porter, Richard Hughes & Robert Graves.
16338: ROBERT GRAVES. - Poems. Abridged for Dolls and Princes.
13130: ROBERT GRAVES, Pedro Alarcon. - The Infant with the Globe. Translated from the Spanish of "El Nino de la Bola" by Robert Graves.
BC16816: ALASDAIR GRAY. - A History Maker. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC11033: ALASDAIR GRAY. - The Ends of Our Tethers. Thirteen Stories.
ARC93202: JOHN GRAY. - Park. A Fantastic Story.
13532: SIMON GRAY - Wise Child. A play.
ARC93922: HENRY GREEN. - Doting. A novel.
BC18495: MATTHEW GREEN. - Shadowlands. A Journey Through Lost Britain. (SIGNED)
BC13339: JONATHAN GREEN - Murder in the High Himalaya. Loyalty, Tragedy, and Escape from Tibet.
ARC93958: HENRY GREEN. - Blindness. A novel.
ARC93093: F.L.GREEN. - Odd Man Out. A novel.
20071: HENRY GREEN - Back. A novel.
BC18608: HENRY GREEN. - Pack My Bag. A Self-Portrait.
ARC93618: KATE GREENAWAY. - Almanack for 1883.
BC16601: GRAHAM GREENE. - Monsignor Quixote. A novel.
BC16359: GRAHAM GREENE - contributes his eleven-page essay 'Henry James - An Aspect' to the anthology Contemporary Essays 1933. Edited with an introduction by Sylva Norman.
BC17982: GRAHAM GREENE - contributes his twenty-one page story 'Cheap in August' to an issue of the periodical 'The London Magazine'. Vol. 4, no. 5, August 1964. Edited by Alan Ross.
BC10111: GRAHAM GREENE - is the subject of Laurence Lerner's lengthy fifteen-page critical assessment contributed to an issue of the periodical 'Critical Quarterly'. Vol. 5, no. 3 autumn 1963.
ARC93475: GRAHAM GREENE. - The Name of Action. A novel.
BC17981: GRAHAM GREENE - contributes 'A Few Pipes. Extract from an Indo-China Journal' to an issue of the periodical 'The London Magazine'. Vol. 1, no. 11, December 1954. Edited by John Lehmann.
ARC93197: GRAHAM GREENE. - Brighton Rock. A novel.
ARC93184: GRAHAM GREENE. - The Revenge. An Autobiographical Fragment.
ARC93078: GRAHAM GREENE. - Seize Nouvelles. Translated from the English by Marcelle Sibon.
ARC92731: GRAHAM GREENE. - The Power and the Glory. A novel. (WITH SIGNED SLIP)
ARC92658: GRAHAM GREENE. - The Old School. Essays by Divers Hands. Edited by Graham Greene.
ARC91977: R.K.NARAYAN. Graham Greene. - The Financial Expert. A novel. With a two-page introduction by Graham Greene.
ARC93970: GRAHAM GREENE. - A Wedding Among the Owls. An Extract from The Human Factor. (INSCRIBED BY THE PRINTER)
13816: GRAHAM GREENE. - La Piccola Diligenza. ['The Little Horse Bus']. Illustrato da Dorothy Craigie.
19546: PETER GREENHUT - Heraldic Miniature Knights. (INSCRIBED)
BC14997: ALBERT STIEGLITZ. Sarah Greenough. - Modern Art and America. Alfred Stieglitz and His New York Galleries.
99627: FERRIS GREENSLET. - Under the Bridge. An Autobiography.
19246: W.E.GREENWOOD. - The Villa Madama Rome. A Reconstruction. A monograph of the finest decorated villa of the Italian Renaissance.
BC16906: ALYSE GREGORY. - Hester Craddock. A novel.
BC16905: ALYSE GREGORY. - King Log and Lady Lea. A novel.
ARC93203: ALYSE GREGORY. - Hester Craddock. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
CAS0060: JOYCE GRENFELL. - In Pleasant Places. Memoirs. (INSCRIBED)
BUL92155: BRYN GRIFFITHS. - The Survivors. Poems.
BC18084: WYNDHAM LEWIS. Geoffrey Grigson. - A Master of Our Time. A Study of Wyndham Lewis.
BC18174: GEOFFREY GRIGSON. - The Painted Caves.
BC18175: GEOFFREY GRIGSON. - A Herbal of All Sorts.
19473: GEOFFREY GRIGSON - The Cornish Dancer and Other Poems.
19472: GEOFFREY GRIGSON - Twists of the Way. Poems.
19468: GEOFFREY GRIGSON. - A Skull in Salop and Other Poems
19469: GEOFFREY GRIGSON. - Ingestion of Ice-Cream and Other Poems
19465: GEOFFREY GRIGSON - The Fiesta and Other Poems.
19466: GEOFFREY GRIGSON - History of Him. Poems
19463: GEOFFREY GRIGSON - Discoveries of Bones and Stones and Other Poems.
18330: GEOFFREY GRIGSON - Under the Cliff and Other Poems.
BC17989: MARTHA GRIMES. - The Man with a Load of Mischief. A novel.
19222: A.J.GRODIN - All the Year Round. With a title-page design and twenty-six delightful colour illustrations by the author.
BC11628: DOUGLAS HAIG. Gerard J. De Groot. - Douglas Haig 1861-1928.
19203: CHARLES GROSBOIS. - Shunga. Images of Spring. An Essay on Erotic Elements in Japanese Art.
19200: BERNARD PHILIPPE GROSLIER. - Indochina. Translated from the French by James Hogarth.
BC14008: PHILIP GROSS - The Ice Factory. Poems. (SIGNED)
ARC93888: GEORGE GROSZ. - A Post-War Museum.
BC17650: HARRY GRUYAERT AND MICHAL LOSTALEM. - Rencontres Indiennes. Photographs by Harry Gruyaert, with text by Michal Lostalem.
BC16997: NORBERT GSTREIN. - The English Years. A novel. Translated from the German of 'Die Englischen Jahre' by Anthea Bell.
BC16762: CHE GUEVARA - contributes 'El Patojo', a pre-publication chapter from his forthcoming book 'Reminiscences of the Revolutionary War' to an issue of the US Socialist periodical 'Monthly Review'. Vol. 19, no. 8, January 1968.
BC15669: URSULA LE GUIN - The Other Wind. An Earthsea novel.
BC17479: GRAHAM GUND. - Graham Gund Architects. With a foreword by Vincent Scully and an introduction by Graham Gund.
ARC93130: A.J.GUNN. - The Shon Warrior.
ARC90141: THOM GUNN. - Fighting Terms. Poems.
19738: THOM GUNN - contributes his poem 'Two Ghosts' to an issue of the periodical 'Oasis'. No. 5, Febraury 1952.
BC16375: XIAOLU GUO. - I Am China. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC18460: ABDULRAZAK GURNAH. - The Last Gift. A novel.
BC16750: ADELAIDE CRAPSEY. Karen Alkalay-Gut. - Alone in the Dawn. The Life of Adelaide Crapsey.
ARC91254: HAROLD MONRO. James Guthrie - The Rebellious Vine. With decorations by James Guthrie.
BUL92262: MARK HADDON. - A Spot of Bother. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93437: REX WHISTLER. John Hadfield. - Georgian Love Songs. Edited and with an introduction by John Hadfield, and designs by Rex Whistler.
99503: SAMUEL JOHNSON. Jean H.Hagstrum. - Samuel Johnson's Literary Criticism.
BC17143: LASCELLES ABERCROMBIE. [J.W.Haines]. - Speculative Dialogues.
BC17052: WILFRED MEYNELL. [J.W.Haines]. - Rhymes with Reasons. Poems.
BC17042: FRANK KENDON. [J.W.Haines]. - Poems and Sonnets.
BC16001: JOHN GAWSWORTH. [J.W.Haines]. - Lyrics to Kingcup. With a Note on the Love Lyric by Wilfrid Gibson. (INSCRIBED)
BC15974: VACHEL LINDSAY. [J.W.Haines]. - General William Booth Enters into Heaven and Other Poems. With an introduction by Robert Nichols.
BC17046: HERBERT TRENCH. [J.W.Haines]. - Deirdre Wed and Other Poems.
17833: O.H.HAJEK - Farbwege 1952-1974. With a foreword by Ulrich Weisner. Lavishly illustrated with photographs of the sculptor's work, including colour-plates.
SPE90392: PETER HALL. - A Celebration of the Life and Work of Peter Hall.
ARC93209: EDMUND BLAMPIED. Andrew Hall. - Edward Blampied. An Illustrated Life [and] Companion Bibliography. (SIGNED)
19735: JOHN HALL. - The Court of Virtue. Edited and introduced by Russell A.Fraser.
14482: JOHN HALL. - The Court of Virtue (1565). Edited with notes by Russell A.Fraser.
13988: REV. PETER HALL - Picturesque Memorials of Winchester. With 12 engravings of views.
ARC93267: SIR CHARLES HALLÉ. - Souvenir Brochure of the Hallé Centenary Festival 1957-58. (100th Season).
BC12950: MICHAEL HAMBURGER - Weather and Season. Poems.
BC10105: MICHAEL HAMBURGER - contributes his poems 'Grey Heart', 'Woodland Lake', 'The House Martins' and 'Removed' to an issue of the periodical 'Critical Quarterly'. Vol. 7, no. 1 spring 1965.
19217: MICHAEL HAMBURGER - contributes his poems 'Travelling' and 'October' to an issue of the periodical 'Agenda'. Vol. 7, no. 2 spring 1969. Edited by William Cookson
KP90800: MICHAEL HAMBURGER. - A special Tribute to Michael Hamburger issue of the periodical Agenda. Vol. 35, No. 3 autumn 1997.
BUL92070: SYLVIAN HAMILTON. - The Gleemaiden. A novel. (SIGNED)
ARC93899: PATRICK HAMILTON. - Twopence Coloured. A novel.
BUL92139: ROBERT LOWELL. Ian Hamilton. - Robert Lowell. A Biography.
ARC93954: PATRICK HAMILTON. - Hangover Square; or The Man with Two Minds. A Story of Darkest Earl's Court in the Year 1939. A novel.
ARC90813: IAN HAMILTON - Anniversary and Vigil. Two poems.
ARC93857: J.D.SALINGER. Ian Hamilton. - In Search of J.D.Salinger. A biography.
BC18620: STEVE HAMILTON. - Winter of the Wolf Moon. A novel. (SIGNED)
14942: WALTER HAMILTON - A Sketch of the Drama in England during the Last Three Centuries. A lecture.
ARC93815: DASHIELL HAMMETT. - Modern Tales of Horror. Selected and with a four-page introduction by Dashiell Hammett.
ARC92734: DASHIELL HAMMETT. - The Maltese Falcon. A novel.
BC11989: TONY HANANIA. - Unreal City.
ARC93775: HELENE HANFF. - 84, Charing Cross Road.
BC18497: NAM JUNE PAIK. John G.Hanhardt. - The Worlds of Nam June Paik.
BC18591: PETER HANINGTON. - A Dying Breed. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
16731: TIMOTHY HANLEY - A Flight of Birds. With drawings by John Morton Sale.
ARC92370: REDMOND O'HANLON - Congo Journey. (INSCRIBED)
BUL90631: HENNY HARALD HANSEN - Daughters of Allah. Among Moslem Women in Kurdistan. Translated from the Dutch of "Allah's Døtre" by Reginald Spink.
BUL90336: NEIL HANSON. - First Blitz. The Secret German Plan to Raze London to the Ground in 1918.
BC18485: JOHN O'HARA. - Pipe Night. Stories. With a preface by Wolcott Gibbs.
ARC92099: THOMAS HARDY. - How I Built Myself a House. An essay.
ARC93681: THOMAS HARDY AND FLORENCE HENNIKER. - In Scarlet and Grey. Stories of Soldiers and Others [and] The Spectre of the Real.
KP90826: THOMAS HARDY - contributes his hitherto unprinted seven-verse poem 'A Leader of Fashion' to an issue of the periodical 'The Adelphi'. Vol. III, no. 6, November 1925. Edited by John Middleton Murry.
SPE0259: THOMAS HARDY. - The Dynasts. An Epic-Drama of the War with Napoleon, in Three Parts, Nineteen Acts, and One Hundred and Thirty Scenes. The Time Covered by the Action Being About Ten Years.
11987: THOMAS HARDY - Wessex Tales. With introduction and notes by Rinnosuke Kagatani.
11988: THOMAS HARDY - Hardy's Poems. Selected with introduction and notes by T.Sawamura.
BC17110: KENNETH HARE. - Nymphs and Rivers. A Selection of Poems Composed Between 1910 and 1957. (INSCRIBED)
BC16522: DAVID HARE. - Peter Gynt. After Henrik Ibsen. A play. (SIGNED)
HUN0107: MEIRION AND SUSIE HARRIES. - The War Artists. British Official War Art of the Twentieth Century.
ARC90848: MEIRION AND SUSIE HARRIES - The War Artists. British Official War Art of the Twentieth Century.
BUL90492: GEORGE FREDERIC HANDEL. Ellen T.Harris. - Handel and the Pastoral Tradition.
BC17117: ROBERT HARRIS. - Lustrum. A novel. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC14493: ALEXANDRA HARRIS. - Romantic Moderns. English Writers, Artists and the Imagination from Virginia Woolf to John Piper.
ARC93643: JOANNE HARRIS. - The Evil Seed. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
16347: WILSON HARRIS. - Da Silva da Silva's Cultivated Wilderness [and] Genesis of the Clowns.
BUL92166: JOHN HARRISON. - A Horse With Wings. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
SPEX9023: TONY HARRISON. - From The School of Eloquence and Other Poems.
BC13823: JIM HARRISON - Julip. Three novellas.
BC12923: TONY HARRISON - The Loiners. Poems. (SIGNED)
SPEX9025: TONY HARRISON. - Dramatic Verse 1973-1985. (SIGNED)
BC11425: CANON F.HARRISON. - Stained Glass of York Minster.
SPEX9026: TONY HARRISON. - V. A poem. (INSCRIBED)
SPEX9027: TONY HARRISON. - V. A poem. (INSCRIBED)
SPEX9029: TONY HARRISON. - The Mother of the Muses. A poem.
SPEX9030: TONY HARRISON. - Losing Touch. In memoriam George Cukor, died 24,1.83. (DELUXE ISSUE; INSCRIBED)
SPEX9031: TONY HARRISON. - Losing Touch. In memoriam George Cukor, died 24,1.83. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93563: TONY HARRISON (writing as T.W.Harrison). - Earthworks. Poems.
SPEX9032: TONY HARRISON. - Losing Touch. In memoriam George Cukor, died 24,1.83.
SPEX9033: TONY HARRISON. - A Cold Coming. Gulf War Poems. (INSCRIBED)
SPEX9034: TONY HARRISON. - Tony Harrison. Edited by Neil Astley. (SIGNED AND INSCRIBED)
SPEX9035: TONY HARRISON. - The Gaze of the Gorgon. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
SPEX9036: TONY HARRISON. - Under the Clock. New Poems. (INSCRIBED)
SPEX9037: TONY HARRISON. - Faber Playwrights at the National Theatre. With an introduction by Alan Bennett. (SIGNED AND INSCRIBED)
SPE90365: TONY HARRISON. - A large promotional black and white photograph of the poet and playwright posing next to a Gatlin gun, specially designed for the National Theatre production of his play 'Square Rounds'. (SIGNED)
SPE0251: TONY HARRISON. - A Cold Coming. Gulf War Poems. (INSCRIBED)
16733: TONY HARRISON - Dramatic Verse 1973-1985.
SPE90245: TONY HARRISON. - The Misanthrope. (SIGNED)
SPE90246: TONY HARRISON. - The Misanthrope. (SIGNED AND INSCRIBED)
SPE90247: TONY HARRISON. - Phaedra Britannica. A play after Jean Racine. (SIGNED AND INSCRIBED)
SPE90250: TONY HARRISON. - The Shadow of Hiroshima and Other Film-Poems. With an introduction by Peter Symes. (SIGNED UNCORRECTED PROOF)
BC15953: DAVID HARSENT - Marriage. Poems. (SIGNED AND INSCRIBED)
BC12858: DAVID HARSENT - In Secret. Versions of Yannis Ritsos. Poems.
ARC92573: FRANCES NOYES HART. - The Bellamy Trial.
ARC93702: L.P.HARTLEY. - Night Fears and Other Stories.
SPE90308: L.P.HARTLEY. - The Betrayal. A novel.
KP90344: PHILIP LARKIN. Jean Hartley. - Philip Larkin, The Marvell Press and Me.
KP90641: L.P.HARTLEY - contributes his sixteen-page story 'The Pylons' to an issue of the periodical 'The London Magazine'. New series. Vol. 1, No. 2. May 1961.
KP90733: L.P.HARTLEY. - The Love-Adept. A Variation on a Theme.
SPE90558: F.W.HARVEY. - A Gloucestershire Lad at Home and Abroad. Poems. With a preface by Colonel J.H.Collett.
BC13383: JOHN HARVEY - The Plate Shop
BC18232: ANNE HARVEY. - Swings and Shadows. Poems of Childhood and Growing Up. Edited by Anne Harvey. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93969: JOHN BETJEMAN. Joan Hassall. - The English Scene. A Reader's Guide. With a reading list compiled by L.Russell Muirhead.
ARC93928: RICHARD CHURCH. Joan Hassall. - Small Moments. With wood engravings by Joan Hassall. (SIGNED)
ARC92439: W.O.HASSALL. - The Holkham Bible Picture Book. With an introduction and commentary by W.O.Hassall and a one-page foreword by The Earl of Leicester.
19964: JOAN HASSALL - Dearest Joana. A Selection of Joan Hassall's Lifetime Letters and Art. Edited by Brian North Lee and with an introduction by John Dreyfus.
BC14085: JACQUES HAUMONT - L'art du Livre et la Typographie / Typography and the Art of the Book.
BC17878: R.S.HAWKER. - Footprints of Former Men in Far Cornwall. Edited with an introduction by C.E.Byles. With illustrations by J.Ley Pethybridge.
19751: S.T.HAYMON - Death of a God.
BC17782: SEAMUS HEANEY. - Aeneid Book VI. A New Verse Translation.
19624: SEAMUS HEANEY - contributes his poem 'A Sofa in the Forties' to the anthology Poems for Alan Hancox.
ARC93691: SEAMUS HEANEY. - A Lough Neagh Sequence.
BC15822: SEAMUS HEANEY - Among Schoolchildren.
BC15370: SEAMUS HEANEY - contributes his poem 'Bye-Child' to Twelve to Twelve. Poetry D-Day. Camden Festival 1970. Edited by Jeni Couzyn.
BC18513: SEAMUS HEANEY - contributes his poem 'Mid-term Break' to an issue of the periodical 'The Kilkenny Magazine'. No. 9. Spring 1963. Edited by James Delehanty.
KP90842: SEAMUS HEANEY. - Seeing Things. Poems. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC12356: SEAMUS HEANEY - Diary of One who Vanished. A song cycle by Leo Janácek in a new version by Seamus Heaney.
ARC92928: SEAMUS HEANEY - contributes his poem 'In Memoriam Francis Ledwidge' to an issue of the periodical 'Stand'. Vol. 19, no. 2, 1978.
ARC92544: SEAMUS HEANEY - contributes his eighteen-page essay 'Feeling Into Words' to the anthology Essays by Divers Hands. Innovations in Contemporary Literature. Being the Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature. New series, Vol. XL. Edited by Vincent Cronin.
KP90380: SEAMUS HEANEY. - A special issue of the periodical 'Agenda' celebrating Heaney's fiftieth birthday. Vol. 27, No. 1, spring 1989.
ARC92421: LAFCADIO HEARN - Youma. The Story of a West-Indian Slave.
15573: WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST, John K.Winkler - W.R.Hearst. An American Phenomenon. With an introduction by Wickham Steed.
13541: ROY A.K.HEATH. - Kwaku; or The Man Who Could Not Keep his Mouth Shut. A novel.
BC17539: PETER HEDEGAARD. - Peter Hedegaard. Retrospective 1929-2008. With a foreword by Nigel Prince, a biographical essay by Chantal Condron, and interviews by Isolde Hedegaard.
BC17182: HELEN HEDRICK. - The Blood Remembers. A novel.
BC17502: HEINRICH HEIDERSBERGER. - Architekturphotographie 1952-72.
BC16530: ROBERT A.HEINLEIN. - The Man Who Sold the Moon. Stories. With an introduction by John W.Campbell Jr.
SPE90314: ZOË HELLER. - Everything You Know. A novel. (SIGNED)
8917: JOSEPH HELLER - Good as Gold. A novel.
BUL90524: CHRIS HELLIER & FRANCESCO VENTURI. - Splendours of the Bosphorus. Houses and Palaces of Istanbul. Text by Chris Hellier and photographs by Francesco Venturi and Hellier. Tauris
BUL92227: ERNEST HEMINGWAY. - Delmore Schwartz contributes his nineteen-page critical essay 'The Fiction of Ernest Hemingway' to an issue of the periodical 'Perspectives'. No. 13. Autumn 1955.
SPE90574: ERNEST HEMINGWAY. - For Whom the Bell Tolls. A novel.
ARC93695: ERNEST HEMINGWAY - contributes his essay 'The Circus' to an issue of 'Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus Magazine', incorporating a five-page programme for the 1953 season.
SPE90441: ERNEST HEMINGWAY. - True at First Light. Edited with an introduction by Patrick Hemingway.
ARC93611: LUIS QUINTANILLA. Ernest Hemingway. - All the Brave. Drawings of the Spanish Civil War. Drawings by Luis Quintanilla. With text by Elliot Paul & Jay Allen and a preface by Ernest Hemingway.
ARC93497: ERNEST HEMINGWAY. - Islands in the Stream. A novel.
BUL90719: ALEXANDER HENDERSON - The Tunnelled Fire. Poems.
BC17183: GEORGE WYLIE HENDERSON. - Ollie Miss. A novel.
ARC92722: THOMAS HARDY. Keith Henderson. - Under the Green Wood Tree. A Rural Painting of the Dutch School. With ten colour illustrations by Keith Henderson.
ARC92617: E.R.EDDISON. Keith Henderson - Styrbiorn the Strong. With illustrations by Keith Henderson.
14983: ALDOUS HUXLEY. Alexander Henderson - Aldous Huxley. A Study.
BC18471: THOMAS HENEGE. - A Cargo of Tin. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC18472: THOMAS HENEGE. - Skim. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC11517: W.B.YEATS. T.R.Henn. - W.B.Yeats and the Poetry of War. The 1965 Warton Lecture on English Poetry. (INSCRIBED)
CAS0064: ADRIAN HENRI. - Tonight at Noon. Poems.
ARC93521: ADRIAN HENRI. - Tonight at Noon. Poems. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
20015: ÉMILE HENRIOT. - La Guerre. La Bataille de la Marne. 1. Les Combats sur l'Ourcq.
BUL90871: NEVIL HENSHAW. - Tiger Bayou. A novel.
14487: JOHN HARRISON. Pierre Herbart - Halcyon. Translated from the French by Agnes Mackay. With drawings by John Harrison.
BC18025: A.P.HERBERT. - Let There Be Liberty. A speech.
BC18444: FRANK HERBERT. - Eye. Stories.
ARC93326: WOOD ENGRAVINGS. Gertrude Hermes, Hester Sainsbury, Eric Kennington, Eric Ravilious, John Nash &c. - The Apocrypha. According to the Authorised Version. With fourteen wood engravings by Blair Hughes-Stanton, Gertrude Hermes, Leon Underwood, Stephen Gooden, René Ben Sussan, M.E.Groom, Eric Jones, Wladislaw Skoczylas, Hester Sainsbury, Frank Medworth, Eric Kennington, Eric Ravilious, John Nash and D.Galans.
BC17629: PATRICK HERON. - Patrick Heron. A monograph. Edited with an introduction by David Sylvester, with an essay, 'A Riddle Around the Edges of Vision', by A.S.Byatt, and a lengthy interview conducted by Martin Gayford.
BC17656: PATRICK HERON. - Patrick Heron. A monograph. Edited with an introduction by Vivien Knight.
9922546: S.J.PERELMAN. Dorothy Herrmann - S.J.Perelman. A Life. With illustrations.
SPE90503: MICK HERRON. - Spook Street. A Slough House novel.
SPE90504: MICK HERRON. - Joe Country. A Slough House novel.
SPE90506: MICK HERRON. - Slough House. A Slough House novel.
SPE90507: MICK HERRON. - Bad Actors. A Slough House novel.
SPE90508: MICK HERRON. - The Drop. A Slough House novella.
17508: PHILIP HESELTINE (writing as Peter Warlock). - A Book of Songs.
HUN0137: GEORGE GROSZ. Hans Hess. - George Grosz. A monograph.
BC11538: PAULINE STAINER. Joseph Hewes - Salt over Skara Brae. A poem by Pauline Stainer with five delightful drawings by Joseph Hewes. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION).
ARC93921: JOHN HEWITT. - No Rebel Word. Poems. With an introduction by Geoffrey Taylor. (INSCRIBED TO HIS SISTER)
ARC92698: GEORGETTE HEYER. - Royal Escape.
BUL92045: THOR HEYERDAHL. - The Tigris Expedition. In Search for Our Beginnings. (SIGNED)
17875: E.L.KIRCHNER. Annemarie Dube-Heynig - E.L.Kirchner. Graphik. With 160 reproductions, including colour-plates.
ARC93836: ROBERT HICHENS (published anonymously). - The Green Carnations. A novel.
BC15988: F.R.HIGGINS - Island Blood. Poems. With a foreword by A.E.
SPE90443: JACK HIGGINS. - A Season in Hell. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC17927: JACK HIGGINS. - Exocet. A novel. (SIGNED)
19822: A.HENRY HIGGINSON - British and American Sporting Authors. Their Writings and Biographies. With a Bibliography by Sydney R.Smith and Foreword by Ernest R.Gee
BC18474: GEOFFREY HILL. - Tenebrae. Poems.
ARC93690: GEOFFREY HILL - contributes his five-verse poem 'Flower and No Flower' to 'New Poems'. Vol. 1, no. 2. Winter 1952. Edited by Donald Hall.
BUL90891: REGINALD HILL - Under World. A Dalziel and Pascoe novel.
BC15592: GEOFFREY HILL - contributes three poems to an issue of the quarterly periodical 'Stand'. Vol. 6, no. 3 [no date, c.1963]. Edited by Jon Silkin and Ken Smith
ARC93516: GEOFFREY HILL. - Somewhere is Such a Kingdom. Poems 1952-1971. With an introduction by Harold Bloom.
BC12758: GEOFFREY HILL. - Clavics. The Daybooks IV.
BC11829: GEOFFREY HILL - The Enemy's Country. Words, Contexture, and Other Circumstances of Language.
ARC93345: JULIA MARGARET CAMERON. Brian Hill. - Julia Margaret Cameron. A Victorian Family Portrait.
SPE90514: SUSAN HILL. - A Bit of Singing and Dancing. Stories.
ARC93115: GEOFFREY HILL - King Log. Poems.
ARC93050: GEOFFREY HILL, SEAMUS HEANEY AND GEORGE MACKAY BROWN. David Annwn. - Inhabited Voices. Myth and History in the Poetry of Geoffrey Hill, Seamus Heaney and George Mackay Brown.
ARC91985: GEOFFREY HILL - Tenebrae. Poems.
SPE90515: SUSAN HILL. - Lanterns Across the Snow. A Christmas story. With wood engravings by Kathleen Lindsley.
ARC93546: GEOFFREY HILL. - Somewhere is Such a Kingdom. Poems 1952-1971. With an introduction by Harold Bloom. (INSCRIBED)
14498: REGINALD HILL (writing at 'Charles Underhill') - Captain Fantom.
BC14145: JOHN BETJEMAN. Bevis Hillier. - Young Betjeman. (THE DEDICATION COPY)
BC17621: DAMIEN HIRST. - I Want to Spend the Rest of my Life Everywhere, with Everyone, One to One, Always, Forever, Now.
19275: UNIT HISTORY. - Short History of the London Rifle Brigade. Compiled Regimentally. With drawings and photographs.
20257: RUSSELL HOBAN. - Pilgermann. A novel.
14965: RUSSELL HOBAN. - The Lion of Boaz-Jachin and Jachin-Boaz. A novel.
BC12893: CHARLES HOBDAY - How Goes the Enemy? Poems. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91682: SHELL GUIDE. Christopher Hobhouse - Derbyshire. A Shell Guide. Edited by Christopher Hobhouse and with John Betjeman serving as the general editor.
BC17674: DAVID HOCKNEY. - Hockney On 'Art'. Conversations with Paul Joyce.
SPE90577: DAVID HOCKNEY. - The special David Hockney issue of the magazine 'Vogue Paris'. No. 662, December 1985 - January 1986.
BC17544: DAVID HOCKNEY. - Painting on Paper. The catalogue of an exhibition.
BC17636: DAVID HOCKNEY. - Photographe.
BC17620: HOWARD HODGKIN. - Howard Hodgkin. A monograph. Edited by Nicholas Serota and with an essay, 'Hodgkin's Body', by James Meyer.
BC16737: HOWARD HODGKIN. - Howard Hodgkin: Ten Paintings 1979-85. The catalogue of a 1985 exhibition at Whitechapel Art Gallery.
BC14575: RALPH HODGSON - The Skylark and Other Poems.
BC14058: RALPH HODGSON. - The Last Blackbird and Other Lines.
BC13644: PAT HODGSON - The War Illustrators.
ARC93699: T.E.LAWRENCE (interest). Herbert Hodgson. - Herbert Hodgson. Printer. Work for T.E.Lawrence at Gregynog.
ARC93316: WILLIAM HOPE HODGSON. - The Calling of the Sea. Poems.
ARC91937: RALPH HODGSON. - The Last Blackbird and Other Lines.
ARC90989: REYNOLDS STONE. Ralph Hodgson - The Skylark and Other Poems. Edited by Colin Fenton and with wood engravings by Reynolds Stone. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
19836: HENRY MOORE. J.P.Hodin - Moore.
BC14563: PETER HØEG - The Quiet Girl. Translated from the Danish of 'Den Stille Pige' by Nadia Christensen.
BC11833: PETER HØEG. - Tales of the Night. Stories. Translated from the Danish by Barbara Haveland.
19752: PETER HØEG - Smilla's Sense of Snow. Translated from the Danish by Tina Nunnally.
16671: WILLIAM COOPER [i.e. Harry Summerfield Hoff]. - The Ever-Interesting Topic. A novel.
BC14022: MICHAEL HOFMANN - Acrimony. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC18547: W.H.AUDEN. Richard Hoggart. - Auden. An Introductory Essay.
BC11286: DYLAN THOMAS. David Holbrook. - Llareggub Revisited. Dylan Thomas and the State of Modern Poetry.
9922439: DAVID HOLBROOK - English for the Rejected. Training Literacy in the Lower Streams of the Secondary School.
9922438: DAVID HOLBROOK - The Secret Places. Essays on Imaginative Work in English Teaching and on the Culture of the Child.
BC16588: ROBERT HOLDSTOCK. - Earthwind. A novel.
DB0060: NORMAN ACKROYD. Kevin Crossley-Holland. - Moored Man. Poems of North Norfolk. With watercolours and etchings by Norman Ackroyd. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC18624: KEVIN CROSSLEY-HOLLAND AND ANDREW RAFFERTY. - Seahenge: A Journey. Poems by Kevin Crossley-Holland and photographs by Andrew Rafferty. (INSCRIBED)
BC11631: BRIAN EDWARD HOLLEY. - They Went Away to War.
ARC93693: ALAN HOLLINGHURST. - Isherwood is at Santa Monica. Two poems.
15659: SAMUEL JOHNSON. Christopher Hollis. - Dr. Johnson. With illustrations.
13543: CHRISTOPHER HOLLIS - Lenin. Portrait of a Professional Revolutionary.
BUL91091: JOHN HOLLOWAY. - The Minute and Longer Poems.
BC17283: HENRY WILLIAMSON (interest). Clive Holloway. - An original typed signed letter from Clive Holloway, publisher of the forthcoming 'newly illustrated edition' of Williamson's 'The Story of a Norfolk Farm', offering the book at a generous discount of Henry Williamson Society members, and enclosing a sample of the dust wrapper.
BC15224: RICHARD HOLMES. - Sidetracks. Explorations of a Romantic Biographer. (SIGNED)
BC15797: MICHAEL HOLROYD - A Strange Eventful History. The Dramatic Lives of Ellen Terry, Henry Irving and their Remarkable Families.
BC15645: MICHAEL HOLROYD. - Unreceived Opinions. (SIGNED)
BUL92224: JESSICA DOUGLAS-HOME. - Violet. The Life and Loves of Violet Gordon Woodhouse. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC15521: BRIGADIER GENERAL SIR ARCHIBALD HOME - The Diary of a World War I Cavalry Officer. Edited by Diana Briscoe.
19581: JEREMY HOOKER - Landscape of the Daylight Moon. Poems. (SIGNED)
19578: JEREMY HOOKER - Arnolds Wood. A verse sequence followed by a five-page essay, both written in tribute to poet and teacher Les Arnold. (SIGNED)
19580: JEREMY HOOKER - Poetry of Place. Essays and Reviews 1970-1981. (INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR TO HIS PARENTS)
19577: JEREMY HOOKER - Reflection on Ground and Seventeen Poems. (SIGNED)
19576: JEREMY HOOKER (writing as P.J.Hooker) - edits and contributes four poems and several reviews (including one of Thom Gunn's debut collection 'Fighting Terms') to Second Wessex. The Journal of the University of Southampton. (SIGNED)
19567: JEREMY HOOKER - Welsh Journal [and] Upstate: A North American Journal [and] Openings: A European Journal. (SIGNED)
19565: JEREMY HOOKER - A View from the Source. Selected Poems. (SIGNED)
19566: JEREMY HOOKER - Master of the Leaping Figures. Poems. (SIGNED)
19563: JEREMY HOOKER - Our Lady of Europe. Poems. (SIGNED)
ARC92397: ANTHONY HOPE - The Dolly Dialogues.
99633: A.D.HOPE - A Bibliography.
BC16959: LLEWELYN POWYS. Kenneth Hopkins. - Llewelyn Powys. An Essay.
BC16900: KENNETH HOPKINS. - The End of a Golden String. Poems.
KP90819: KENNETH HOPKINS. - A Trip to Texas.
15579: TOM HOPKINSON - In the Fiery Continent. (Memoirs by the celebrated editor of "Picture Post", mostly centred around his somewhat stormy years on the African picture paper "Drum").
BC17041: I.M.HOROBIN. - Poems.
ARC93187: FRANCES HOROVITZ. - Dream. A poem. (SIGNED)
BUL90502: RICHARD HOUGH. - The Great War at Sea 1914-1918.
ARC93911: GEOFFREY HOUSEHOLD. - The Third Hour. A novel. (SIGNED)
BUL91063: LAURENCE HOUSMAN. - Trimblerigg. A Book of Revelation.
BUL90988: A.E.HOUSMAN. - Last Poems.
99243: LAURENCE HOUSMAN - Cynthia. A poem. (SIGNED)
19740: LAURENCE HOUSMAN - The New Hangman. A Play in One Act. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
15674: SAMUEL JOHNSON. Percy H.Houston. - Doctor Johnson. A Study in Eighteenth Century Humanism.
19791: BRUCE OLDFIELD. Georgina Howell - Bruce Oldfield's Season. (INSCRIBED)
BUL92178: P.M.HUBBARD. - High Tide. A novel.
BC15766: J.A.HAMMERTON. Hesketh Hubbard - Memories of Books and Places. With original illustrations by Hesketh Hubbard. (INSCRIBED)
BUL92152: PETER HUCHEL. - Selected Poems. Translated from the German, with an introduction by Michael Hamburger.
19106: DEREK HUDSON. - The Forgotten King and Other Essays.
BC15656: W.H.HUDSON - contributes 'Wild Wings' to an issue of the periodical 'The English Review'. January 1913. Edited by Austin Harrison.
BC14808: W.H.HUDSON. - Birds of a Feather. Unpublished Letters of W.H.Hudson. Edited and introduced by Dennis Shrubsall and with wood engravings by Marcus Beaven.
BC18256: W.H.HUDSON. - 153 Letters from W.H.Hudson. Edited with an introduction and explanatory notes by Edward Garnett.
991742: VIOLET HUDSON, Jean-Louis Curtis - The Silken Ladder. Translated by Violet Hudson & E.B.Behrens. (INSCRIBED)
14710: EDWARD THOMAS. W.H.Hudson. - Cloud Castle and Other Papers. With a foreword by W.H.Hudson.
BC16347: REX WHISTLER. Hugh and Mirabel Cecil. - In Search of Rex Whistler. His Life & Work. (INSCRIBED)
BUL90699: TED HUGHES - Selected Translations. Edited with an introduction by Daniel Weissbort.
BC16833: TED HUGHES - contributes his hitherto unprinted poem 'Eye Went Out to Hunt You' to an issue of the periodical 'Aquarius'. No. 9, 1977. Edited by Eddie S.Linden.
BC16301: TED HUGHES - Moortown. Poems. With two drawings by Leonard Baskin and a half-title decoration by the author. (INSCRIBED)
BC16299: TED HUGHES. - Moortown. Poems. With drawings by Leonard Baskin.
BC17414: TED HUGHES - contributes his twenty-one line poem 'Crow Goes Hunting' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. No. 2053. 24 July 1970.
BC17413: TED HUGHES - contributes his fifteen-line poem 'Crow and the Sea' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. No. 2062. 25 September 1970.
BC17412: TED HUGHES - contributes his twelve-line poem 'Littleblood' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. No. 1977. 31 January 1969.
BC12951: GLYN HUGHES - Neighbours. Poems 1965-69.
BC12801: TED HUGHES - Peter Dale contributes a five-page review of Ted Hughes' book 'Crow' to an issue of the periodical 'Agenda'. Vol. 9, Nos. 2-3, spring-summer 1971.
BC17409: TED HUGHES - contributes his poems 'Don Giovanni' and 'Death Mask' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. No. 1840. 17 June 1966.
BC17421: TED HUGHES - contributes his twenty-eight line poem 'Postcard from Torquay' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. No. 2380. 29 October 1976.
20260: RICHARD HUGHES. - The Human Predicament. Complete (as published) in two volumes comprising 'The Fox in the Attic' and 'The Wooden Shepherdess'.
BC17410: TED HUGHES - contributes his poems 'Boom' and 'To Be a Girl's Diary' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. No. 1856. 7 October 1966.
BC17411: TED HUGHES - contributes his lengthy five-part poem 'Scapegoats and Rabies' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. No. 1870. 13 January 1967.
BC17425: TED HUGHES - contributes his eleven-line poem 'Violet' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. No. 2751. 9 December 1983.
BC17424: TED HUGHES - contributes his poem 'Goose' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. No. 2602. 30 January 1981.
BC17415: TED HUGHES - contributes his twenty-five line poem 'The Stone' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. No. 2268. 6 September 1974.
BC17416: TED HUGHES - contributes his poems 'The Summoner', 'The Executioner' and 'The Sentenced' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. No. 2271. 27 September 1974.
BC17417: TED HUGHES - contributes his eighteen-line poem 'That Girl' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. No. 2274. 18 October 1974.
BC17418: TED HUGHES - contributes his twenty-two line poem 'March Morning Unlike Others' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. No. 2297. 28 March 1975.
BC17419: TED HUGHES - contributes his poem 'A Mountain Lion' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. No. 2311. 4 July 1975.
BC17420: TED HUGHES - contributes his poems 'Icecrust & Snowflake' and 'The Virgin Knight' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. No. 2348. 19 March 1976.
BC17404: TED HUGHES - contributes his poem 'Wodwo' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. Vol. LXII, no. 1592. 15 September 1961.
BC17405: TED HUGHES - contributes his fifteen-line poem 'Bowled Over' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. Vol. LXIV, no. 1646. 28 September 1962.
BC17398: TED HUGHES - contributes his poem 'Letter' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. Vol. LIV,. no. 1385. 28 September 1957.
BC17399: TED HUGHES - contributes his eighteen-line poem 'Crow Hill' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. Vol. LV, no. 1409. 15 March 1958.
ARC92390: TED HUGHES - The Earth-Owl and Other Moon-People. Poems. With eleven full-page line cut illustrations by R.A.Brandt.
ARC92385: TED HUGHES - The Martyrdom of Bishop Farrar. (SIGNED)
20117: RICHARD HUGHES. - The Spider's Palace and Other Stories. With illustrations by George Charlton.
BC17422: TED HUGHES - contributes his seventeen-line poem 'The Womb' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. No. 2384. 26 November 1976.
BC17423: TED HUGHES - contributes his twenty-seven line poem 'Grouse-Butts' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. No. 2448. 17 February 1978.
ARC90216: TED HUGHES. - Meet My Folks! With illustrations by George Adamson.
99245: GLYN HUGHES - Almost-Love Poems.
99244: GLYN HUGHES - Towards the Sun. Poems and photographs.
ARC91817: RICHARD HUGHES. - The Sisters' Tragedy. A play.
BC17406: TED HUGHES - contributes his poem 'Tutorial' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. Vol. LXIV, no. 1651. 2 November 1962.
20114: DAVID HUGHES - A Feeling in the Air. A novel. (SIGNED)
20115: DAVID HUGHES - Sealed with a Loving Kiss. A novel.
BC17407: TED HUGHES - contributes his poem 'Kreutzer Sonata' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. Vol. LXVI, no. 1693. 23 August 1963
BC17400: TED HUGHES - contributes his twenty-one line poem 'Of Cats' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. Vol. LVI, no. 1441. 25 October 1958.
BC17401: TED HUGHES - contributes his sixteen-line poem 'Fourth of July' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. Vol. LVIII, no. 1498. 28 November 1959.
BC17402: TED HUGHES - contributes his twenty-line poem 'Cleopatra to the Asp' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. Vol. LVIII, no. 1501. 19 December 1959.
BC17403: TED HUGHES - contributes his twelve-line poem 'Fishing at Dawn' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. Vol. LXI, no. 1576. 26 May 1961
KP90621: TED HUGHES - contributes his poem 'Coming Down Through Somerset' to an issue of the periodical 'Southwest Review'. No. 7. December 1979.
KP90627: TED HUGHES - contributes his poems 'On the Slope' and 'Beech Tree' to an issue of the periodical 'The Poetry Review'. Vol. lviii, No. 3 autumn 1966.
ARC93625: MARCUS B.HUISH. - British Water-Colour Art in the First Year of the Reign of King Edward the Seventh, and During the Century Covered by the Life of The Royal Society of Painters in Water Colours. Illustrated by the Collection of Drawings Dedicated by that Society to Their Majesties the King and Queen at Their Coronation.
16746: ERIC TRAVISS HULL - Murder Lays a Golden Egg. A Detective Story.
KP90872: EMYR HUMPHREYS. - The Italian Wife. A novel.
KP90876: EMYR HUMPHREYS. - Natives. Stories.
KP90874: EMYR HUMPHREYS. - The Gift. A novel.
KP90878: EMYR HUMPHREYS. - The Anchor Tree. A novel.
KP90879: EMYR HUMPHREYS. - Jones. A novel.
KP90885: EMYR HUMPHREYS. - The Land of the Living. Complete in seven volumes comprising 'National Winner' [and] 'Flesh and Blood' [and] 'The Best of Friends' [and] 'Salt of the Earth' [and] 'An Absolute Hero' [and] 'Open Secrets' [and] 'Bonds of Attachment'.
KP90880: EMYR HUMPHREYS. - Unconditional Surrender. A novel.
KP90875: EMYR HUMPHREYS. - Outside the House of Baal. A novel. (SIGNED)
KP90881: EMYR HUMPHREYS. - The Gift of a Daughter. A novel.
KP90882: EMYR HUMPHREYS. - Old People Are a Problem. Stories.
KP90870: EMYR HUMPHREYS. - Hear and Forgive. A novel.
ARC93597: WILLIAM HOLMAN HUNT. - Pre-Raphaelitism and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Complete in two volumes.
16361: LEIGH HUNT. - Prefaces by Leigh Hunt, Mainly to his Periodicals. Edited by R.Brimley Johnson.
16362: LEIGH HUNT - The Old Court Suburb, or Memorials of Kensington, Regal, Critical, and Anecdotical. Complete in two volumes.
BC16894: T.F.POWYS. William Hunter. - The Novels and Stories of T.F.Powys.
ARC93415: EVAN HUNTER. - Strangers When We Meet. A novel.
11552: JOHN COWPER POWYS. Reginald Hunter - Porlock. A Portrait. With illustrations by William O'Brian and a four-page preface by John Cowper Powys.
19845: BETTINA HÜRLIMANN - Three Centuries of Children's Books in Europe. Translated from the German and edited by Brian W.Alderson.
BUL90906: GREGYNOG PRESS. Michael Hutchins - Printed at Gregynog / Argraffu yng Ngregynog. Aspects of a Great Private Press. With illustrations.
BC15917: ALDOUS HUXLEY - Along the Road. Notes & Essays of a Tourist.
BC15918: ALDOUS HUXLEY - Those Barren Leaves. A novel
SPE90538: ELSPETH HUXLEY. - Nellie. Letters from Africa. With a Memoir.
99258: ALDOUS HUXLEY - Leda. Poems.
20079: C.F.TUNNICLIFFE. A.J.Huxley. - Wild Flowers of the Countryside. With illustrations by C.F.Tunnicliffe.
BC16094: SAMUEL HYNES - War Imagined. The First World War and English Culture.
KP90602: WILLIAM GOLDING. Samuel Hynes. - William Golding. An essay.
BUL90347: BILL CLINTON. Sharolyn Rosier Hyson - President Clinton's Legacy to Africa. Written by Sharolyn Rosier Hyson in collaboration with Alhaji Bamanga and Dr. Erieka Bennett. (SIGNED AND INSCRIBED)
ARC93264: WILLIAM J.IBBETT. - Chosen Poems of William J.Ibbett.
BC15405: MASUJI IBUSE. - Lieutenant Lookeast and Other Stories. Translated from the Japanese by John Bester.
BC16989: G.CABRERA INFANTE. - Three Trapped Tigers. A novel. Translated from the Spanish of 'Tres Tristes Tigres' by Donald Gardner and Suzanne Jill Levine.
ARC93439: V.E.INGLEFIELD. - The History of the Twentieth (Light) Division. With an Introduction by Lieut.-General the Earl of Cavan.
BC16060: JOHN STEWART COLLIS. Richard Ingrams. - John Stewart Collis. A Memoir.
ARC90361: RICHARD INGRAMS. - Goldenballs. (SIGNED)
BC18278: MICHAEL INNES. - The Open House. A novel.
BC18140: ROBERT GITTINGS. [D.H.Lawrence interest]. - Matters of Love and Death. Poems. (SIGNED)
9922244: ANTHOLOGY. [Nicholas Moore interest] - The Threshold: 1935. An Anthology of Verse and Prose from the Public & Secondary Schools of England. Edited by R.W.Moore.
991117: MAUD GONNE. Samuel Levenson. [W.B.Yeats interest] - Maud Gonne. A Biography. With photographs.
BC17290: LOIS LAMPLUGH. Henry Williamson interest. - The Stream Way. Illustrated with original lithographs by Lawrence Josset.
19915: NATIONAL GALLERY OF IRELAND - A Concise Catalogue of the Oil Paintings [held in The National Gallery of Ireland]
BC15500: KIRSTEN IRVING - Never Never Never Come Back. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93705: WASHINGTON IRVING (writing as 'Geoffrey Crayon'). - Bracebridge Hall; or The Humorists. Complete in two volumes.
BC18245: JOHN IRVING. - A Widow for One Year. A novel. (SIGNED)
MA0018: JOHN IRVING. - The Fourth Hand. A novel.
BC17503: ROBERT GRANT IRVING. - Indian Summer. Lutyens, Baker and Imperial Delhi.
12365: VAN WYCK BROOKS. [Washington Irving, Fenimore Cooper and Longfellow, Margaret Fuller, Nathanial Hawthorne, Henry James, Edith Wharton &c.]. - The Dream of Arcadia. American Writers and Artists in Italy 1760-1915.
BC18421: ROBERT IRWIN. - Exquisite Corpse. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC16187: GREAT WAR. Will Irwin. - The Splendid Story of the Battle of Ypres.
BC18347: MOSES ISEGAWA. - Abyssinian Chronicles. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC14071: CHRISTOPHER ISHERWOOD - A Meeting by the River. A novel.
ARC93424: CHRISTOPHER ISHERWOOD. - All the Conspirators. A novel.
BC17978: CHRISTOPHER ISHERWOOD. - The Animals. Letters Between Christopher Isherwood and Don Bachardy. Edited with an introduction by Katherine Bucknell.
14506: CHRISTOPHER ISHERWOOD - A Meeting by the River. A novel.
BUL91088: KAZUO ISHIGURO. - Nocturnes. Five Stories of Music and Nightfall.
ARC93850: KAZUO ISHIGURO - contributes his stories 'A Strange and Sometimes Sadness', 'Waiting for J' and 'Getting Poisoned' to the anthology Introduction 7. Stories by New Writers.
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BC17591: FRITZ JACOBI. - Geometry as Form. Structures of Modern Art from Albert to Paik. Works from the DaimlerChrysler Collection. The catalogue of an exhibition. Edited with an essay by Fritz Jacobi.
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BC17527: OSBERT LANCASTER. Anne Scott-James. - Down to Earth. With illustrations by Osbert Lancaster.
CAS0175: P.D.JAMES. - Death Comes to Pemberley. (SIGNED)
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BC10170: NORAH C.JAMES - Sleeveless Errand. A novel. With a preface by Edward Garnett.
ARC93900: HENRY JAMES. - The Europeans. A Sketch.
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