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ARC91899: P.D.JAMES. - Death of an Expert Witness. An Adam Dalgliesh mystery.
ARC91007: P.D.JAMES - The Black Tower. An Adam Dalgliesh mystery. (PLUS SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH)
ARC90504: HENRY JAMES. - The Question of Henry James. A Collection of Critical Essays. Edited and with an introduction by F.W.Dupee.
BC15658: HENRY JAMES. - The Painter's Eye. Notes and Essays on the Pictorial Arts. Selected, edited and with an introduction by John L.Sweeney.
ARC93224: RANDALL JARRELL. - Pictures from an Institution. A novel.
GM90062: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Open Air.
GM90061: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - contributes the first printing of his celebrated essay 'Wild Flowers' to the July 1885 issue of the periodical Longman's Magazine.
GM90043: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Life of the Fields.
GM90048: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Gamekeeper at Home. Sketches of Natural History and Rural Life. With illustrations by Charles Whymper.
GM90034: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Selections from Richard Jefferies. With an introduction and notes by F.W.Tickner.
GM90022: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Toilers of the Field.
GM90006: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Field and Hedgerow. Being the Last Essays of Richard Jefferies, collected by his widow.
GM90108: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Hours of Spring and Wild Flowers. Two essays.
GM90109: RICHARD JEFFERIES [and] DR. JOHN BROWN. - Saint Guido. A story. [and] Queen Mary's Child-Garden.
GM90100: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Wild Life in a Southern County.
GM90116: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - After London; or Wild England. In Two Parts. Part I The Relapse into Barbarism. Part II Wild England.
GM90103: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Open Air. Essays.
GM90104: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Gamekeeper at Home [and] The Amateur Poacher. With an introduction by David Ascoli.
GM90114: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Round About a Great Estate.
BC14313: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Wood Magic. A Fable. Complete in two volumes.
BC14307: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Field and Hedgerow. Being the Last Essays of Richard Jefferies. Collected by his widow.
BC14306: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Life of the Fields.
BC13456: HENRY WILLIAMSON. Richard Jefferies - Hodge and His Masters. Edited and with an introduction by Henry Williamson.
GM90112: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Amateur Poacher.
BC11305: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Richard Jefferies. An Anthology. Edited and with an introduction by Hugoe Matthews and Rebecca Welshman.
GM90101: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Pageant of Summer. An essay.
ARC92438: RICHARD JEFFERIES - contributes his illustrated essay 'Field Sports in Art. 1. - The Mammoth Hunter' to the annual bound volume (containing all twelve issues) of the monthly periodical The Art Journal. Edited by Marcus Bourne Huish.
ARC91569: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Scarlet Shawl. A novel.
ARC90726: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Thoughts on the Migration of Birds. With illustrations by Nicholas Parry. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
GM90107: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Pageant of Summer. An essay.
19438: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Hodge and his Masters. Edited, with revisions and a six-page foreword by Henry Williamson.
19429: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Red Deer. With illustrations by Neil McReddie.
19278: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Field and Hedgerow. Last Essays. Collected by his widow.
GM90111: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Wild Life in a Southern County. With drawings by C.E.Collins and a new introduction by William Beach-Thomas.
18377: RICHARD JEFFERIES - contributes his essay 'The Makers of Summer' to the 28 May 1887 issue of the periodical Chamber's Journal of Popular Literature, Science and Arts.
GM90110: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Gamekeeper at Home. Sketches of Natural History and Rural Life.
BC14456: EDWARD GARNETT. George Jefferson. - Edward Garnett. A Life in Literature.
BC18041: IAN JEFFREY AND DAVID MELLOR. - Cityscape 1910-39. Urban Themes in American, German and British Art. The catalogue of a touring 1977-78 Arts Council exhibition.
BC18181: GERTRUDE JEKYLL. - Home and Garden. Notes and thoughts, Practical and Critical, of a Worker in Both.
BC13976: CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS - Twenty Years On. Cricket's Years of Change 1963-1983. (SIGNED)
BC13977: CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS - Ball by Ball. The Story of Cricket Broadcasting. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93455: JOHN PIPER. David Fraser Jenkins and Frances Spalding. - John Piper in the 1930s. Abstraction on the Beach.
BC17670: JOHN PIPER. David Fraser Jenkins. - John Piper. The Forties.
ARC91047: ELIZABETH JENNINGS - contributes her poem 'Cave Dwellers' to an issue of the Fantasy Press periodical New Poems. Vol. 1, No. 4 summer 1953. Edited by Donald Hall.
ARC90134: ELIZABETH JENNINGS. - Poems. With an introduction by Anne Ridler.
SPE90513: CARSTEN JENSEN. - We, the Drowned. A novel. Translated from the Danish of 'Vi, de Druknede' by Charlotte Barslund and Emma Ryder.
BUL90148: JEROME K.JEROME. - The Second Thoughts of an Idle Fellow.
9483: DOUGLAS JERROLD. - The Truth about Quex. A novel.
19856: EDWARD JESSE. - Favourite Haunts and Rural Studies; including Visits to Spots of Interest in the vicinity of Windsor and Eton. With numerous illustrations.
SPE90529: VICTOR JESTIN. - Heatwave. A novel. Translated from the French of 'La Chaleur' by Sam Taylor. (SIGNED)
ARC93496: MARGARET DYNE JEUNE. - Pages from the Diary of an Oxford Lady 1843-1862. Edited by Margaret Jeune Gifford (the author's granddaughter).
BC17092: MA JIAN. - Stick Out Your Tongue. A novella. Translated from the Chinese by Flora Drew.
BC16823: MA JIAN. - The Dark Road. A novel. Translated from the Chinese by Flora Drew.
BC17691: GWEN JOHN. - Gwen John. A Retrospective Exhibition.
HUN0094: GWEN JOHN. - Syringa and Other Verses.
BC18213: GWEN JOHN. - Gwen John. The catalogue of a 1968 touring retrospective exhibition.
BC14608: CAPTAIN W.E.JOHNS - contributes his Biggles story 'Desert Spectre' to an issue of the periodical 'Boy's Own Paper'. Vol. 66, No. 7, April 1944.
19772: JASPER JOHNS. - A Calendar for 1991.
BC17481: PHILIP JOHNSON. - The Architecture of Philip Johnson. With a foreword by Philip Johnson, photographs by Richard Payne, an essay, 'No Rules, Just Art', by Hilary Lewis, and text be Stephen Fox.
BC13785: PETER JOHNSON. - Front Line Artists.
19922: SAMUEL JOHNSON. - Boswell for the Defence 1769-1774. Edited by William K.Wimsatt Jr. & Frederick Pottle from the Private Papers of James Boswell.
17280: SAMUEL JOHNSON. - Some Unpublished Letters to and from Dr. Johnston. Edited by J.D.Wright from the originals. Reprinted with considerable additions from "The Bulletin of the John Rylands Library"
17279: LIONEL JOHNSON. - Some Winchester Letters.
15729: SAMUEL JOHNSON. Paul Johnson & George Gale. - The Highland Jaunt [in the steps of Samuel Johnson and James Boswell].
15680: SAMUEL JOHNSON, A.Bosker. - Literary Criticism in the Age of Johnson.
15672: SAMUEL JOHNSON, Donald & Mary Hyde. - Eighteenh-Century Studies in Honor of Donald F.Hyde. Edited by W.H.Bond.
15607: SAMUEL JOHNSON. - The Rambler. Complete in three volumes.
KP90622: B.S.JOHNSON - contributes his screenplay 'Not Counting the Savages' to an issue of the periodical 'Transatlantic Review' No. 45. Spring 1975.
ARC93633: ERIC GILL. Edward Johnston. - Manuscript & Inscription Letters for Schools and Classes & for the use of Craftsman. With five plates by Eric Gill.
BC17005: JENNIFER JOHNSTON. - Foolish Mortals. A novel. (SIGNED)
ARC93129: ERIKA JOHNSTON. - The Other Side of Kilimanjaro.
BC18436: JENNIFER JOHNSTON. - The Railway Station Man. A novel. (SIGNED)
BUL91045: CAROLE SEYMOUR-JONES - A Dangerous Liaison. Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre. A biography.
BUL90716: DAVID JONES - The Tribune's Visitation. With an inscriptional lettered title page design by the author.
ARC93789: BARBARA JONES. - Royal Occasions. With an introduction by D.M.Forest and illustrations by Barbara Jones.
BC15479: DAVID JONES AND ERIC GILL - David Jones and Eric Gill. Watercolours, Drawings and Prints. The catalogue of an undated [May-June 1990] exhibition at Austin/Desmond, Bloomsbury.
KP90496: JONAH JONES. - A Tree May Fall. A novel.
MA0046: DAVID JONES - contributes a two-page essay 'Ray Howard-Jones: An Introduction' to an issue of the periodical 'The Anglo-Welsh Review'. Vol. 17, no. 39, summer 1968. Edited by Roland Mathias.
BC14804: T.H.JONES. (Dylan Thomas interest). - The Enemy in the Heart. Poems 1946-1956.
BC13786: BARBARA JONES AND BILL HOWELL - Popular Arts of the First World War.
BC13734: WILL ELLSWORTH-JONES - We Will Not Fight. The Untold Story of the First World War's Conscientious Objectors.
BC18048: DAVID JONES. - Wedding Poems. Edited with a foreword and afterword by Thomas Dilworth.
BC18080: BARBARA JONES. - Follies and Grottoes. Extensively illustrated by the author.
BC11460: JAMES JONES. - The Pistol.
ARC93444: PETER LEVI. David Jones. - Fresh Water, Sea Water. Poems. With a frontispiece and dust wrapper design by David Jones.
ARC91720: DAVID JONES. - Diary with Dominican Calendar and XII Wood-Engravings. With a title page engraving by David Jones (repeated for January), thirteen Mary Dudley Short engravings and an unaccredited three-page introduction by H.D.C.Pepler.
MA0044: DAVID JONES - contributes his four-page poem 'The Hunt' to an issue of the periodical 'The Anglo-Welsh Review'. Vol. 15, no. 36. Summer 1966. Edited by Roland Mathias.
ARC91363: GREGYNOG PRESS. T.Gwynn Jones - Detholiad o Ganiadau. With wood engravings by Robert Ashwin Maynard.
BC18070: DAVID JONES. - David Jones Letters to Vernon Watkins. Edited and with an introduction by Ruth Pryor and with a foreword by Gwen Watkins.
19543: ERIC GETHTN-JONES - A Territorial Army Chaplain in Peace and War. A Country Cleric in Khaki 1938-61.
19348: PHILIPPE ROBERTS-JONES. - Beyond Time and Place. Non-Realist Painting in the Nineteenth Century. Translated from the French by J.A.Underwood.
BC18214: BARBARA JONES. - Paintings and Drawings. The catalogue of a 1999 exhibition a Katharine House Gallery.
BC18216: DAVID JONES. - David Jones 1895-1974. The catalogue of a 1979 exhibition at Anthony d'Offay Gallery, London and then at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh.
BC18217: DAVID JONES. - David Jones. Inscriptions. The catalogue of a 1980 exhibition at Anthony d'Offay Gallery.
BC18218: DAVID JONES. - David Jones 1985-1974. A Map of the Artist's Mind. Issued to accompany a 1995 exhibition.
BC18219: DAVID JONES. - Paintings, Drawings, Inscriptions, Prints. The catalogue of a 1989 touring exhibition.
BC18220: DAVID JONES. - David Jones in Ditchling 1921-1924. The catalogue of a 2003 Ditching Museum exhibition. Edited by Derek Shiel and with contributions from Anthony Hyde, Ewan Clayton and the editor.
ARC93498: DAVID JONES. - In Parenthesis. Seinnyessit e gladyf ym penn mameu.
14528: RUSSELL CELYN JONES. - An Interference of Light. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
14527: RUSSELL CELYN JONES. - Soldiers and Innocents. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC17962: JENNY JOSEPH. - The Inland Sea. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC16607: JAMES JOYCE. - Poems and Shorter Writings, including Epiphanies, Giacomo Joyce and A Portrait of the Artist . Edited by Richard Ellmann, A.Walton Litz and John Whittier-Ferguson.
BC12289: JAMES JOYCE. - The first printing of Joyce's essays 'The Centenary of Charles Dickens' and 'L'influenza Letteraria Universale del Rinascimento' feature in an issue of the periodical 'Journal of Modern Literature'. Vol. 5, No. 1 February 1976.
JH900085: PAUL JOYNER. - Artists in Wales. c.1745 - c. 1851. A Handlist of Artists Living and Working in Wales from c.1740 up to c.1851
BC18453: V.SACKVILLE-WEST. Philippe Jullian. - Nursery Rhymes. An essay. With illustrations by Philippe Jullian.
ARC92667: M.E.KÄHNERT - Jagdstaffel 356. Translated from the German by Claud W.Sykes.
9922469: AHMAD KAMAL - Full Fathom Five. A novel.
19741: MACKINLAY KANTOR - Wicked Water. An American Primitive.
BC18529: ANISH KAPOOR. - Anish Kapoor: Memory. (SIGNED)
BC17619: ANISH KAPOOR. - Marsyas.
BC16428: VALENTIN KATAYEV - The Small Farm in the Steppe. A novel. Translated from the Russian by Anna Bostock.
SPE90456: AMIE KAUFMAN AND JAY KRISTOFF. - Aurora's End. The third volume of the Aurora Cycle trilogy. (SIGNED)
BC18600: ANNA KAVAN - contributes her hitherto unprinted eight-page essay 'Two New Zealand Pieces' to the anthology Choice. Some New Stories and Prose. Edited by William Sansom and with illustrations by Leonard Rosoman.
BC18055: P.J.KAVANAGH. - People and Places. A Selection 1975-1987. (INSCRIBED)
KP90099: P.J.KAVANAGH. - A Song and Dance. A novel.
BC17585: TATSUO KAWAGUCHI. - The Invisible and the Visible. The catalogue of a 2007 exhibition at Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art + Nagoya City Art Museum.
17292: CHARLES & ELLEN KEAN - Emigrant in Motley. The Journey of Charles and Ellen Kean in Quest of a Theatrical Fortune in Australia and America, as told in their hitherto unpublished letters. Edited by J.M.D.Hardwick, with a foreword by Anthony Quayle and illustrations. (INSCRIBED)
BC15438: CECIL COLLINS. Brian Keeble. - The Vision of the Fool and Other Writings. Edited with an introduction by Brian Keeble. (INSCRIBED BY THE EDITOR)
BC17319: BRIAN KEEBLE. (Kathleen Raine interest) - Shapes of Light. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
JH900084: GEORGIA O'KEEFFE. - The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. With an introduction by Mark Stevens and essays by Lisa Mintz, Barbara Novak and Barbara Rose.
BC15219: WYNDHAM LEWIS. Paul O'Keeffe. - Some Sort of Genius. A Life of Wyndham Lewis.
14530: W.J.KEITH. (Thomas Hardy, D.H.Lawrence, R.D.Blackmore, Emily Bronte, J.C.Powys &c.). - Regions of the Imagination. The Development of British Rural Fiction.
BC14492: ST. DOMINIC'S PRESS. Bernard Kelly. - The Mind and Poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J.
KP90525: JAMES KELMAN. - Mo Said She Was Quirky. A novel.
BC16754: WALTER KEMPOSWKI. - Swansong 1945. A Collective Diary from Hitler's Last Birthday to VE Day. Translated from the German by Shaun Whiteside.
BC13223: THOMAS KENEALLY - The Place Where Souls are Born. A Journey to the Southwest [of America]. With an introduction by Jan Morris. (INSCRIBED)
13183: THOMAS KENEALLY. - A Family Madness. A novel.
SPE90422: JAMES KENNAWAY. - The Cost of Living Like This. A novel.
BC14386: JAMES KENNAWAY. - Household Ghosts. A novel.
BC12952: DAVID KENNEDY - The Devil's Bookshop. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC17685: SEAN SCULLY. Brian Kennedy. - Sean Scully. The Art of the Stripe.
ARC92895: WILLIAM KENNEDY - The Ink Truck. A novel.
ARC92810: WILLIAM KENNEDY - The Ink Truck. A novel.
18090: WILLIAM KENT - London for Heretics.
ARC93488: JAMES KENWARD. - For Cambria: Themes in Verse and Prose A.D. 1854-1868. With Other Pieces. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93167: JAMES KENWARD - For Cambria: Themes in Verse and Prose, A.D. 1854-1868. With Other Pieces. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91063: JACK KEROUAC (writing as 'John Kerouac'). - The Town and the City. A novel.
SPE90546: PHILIP KERR. - Field Grey. A Bernie Gunther novel.
19734: WILLIAM CONGREVE. John Kettlewell - The Way of the World [and] Love for Love. Two Comedies. With illustrations and decorations by John Kettlewell.
BC17963: SIDNEY KEYES. - The Collected Poems of Sidney Keyes. Edited and with a memoir and notes by Michael Meyer. (INSCRIBED BY THE EDITOR)
BC18437: MARIAN KEYES. - Grown Ups. A novel. (SIGNED)
17297: JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES - Lydia and Maynard. The Letters of Lydia Lopokova and John Maynard Keynes. Edited by Polly Hill & Richard Keynes.
DB0057: IVON HITCHENS. Peter Khoroche. - Ivon Hitchens. A monograph.
ARC93552: T.E.LAWRENCE. R.H.Kiernan. - Lawrence of Arabia.
BC16808: PETER KILGORE - Drinking Wine Out of the Wind. Poems. (WITH ALS)
BC18206: ERIC GILL. David Kindersley. - Mr Eric Gill. Further Thoughts by an Apprentice. (SIGNED)
ARC93626: JESSIE M.KING. - Kirkcudbright: A Royal-Burgh. A Book of Drawings.
FP90006: FRANCIS KING - contributes his short story 'The Accompanist' to an issue of the periodical 'The Oxford Viewpoint. A Review of Oxford Writing'. Vol. 2, no. 5. February 1949. Edited by Russell Enoch.
ARC93280: STEPHEN KING. - Danse Macabre.
991762: CHARLES KINGSLEY - Plays and Puritans and Other Historical Essays. With a frontispiece.
18397: CHARLES KINGSLEY - The Tutor's Story. An Unpublished Novel. Revised and Completed by his daughter, Lucas Malet.
CAS0133: THOMAS KINSELLA. - The Pen Shop. Two poems. (SIGNED)
BC13559: THOMAS KINSELLA - New Poems 1973.
BC13558: THOMAS KINSELLA - Blood and Family. Poems.
BC13557: THOMAS KINSELLA - Selected Poems 1956-1968.
BC13242: THOMAS KINSELLA - Her Vertical Smile. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC17142: RUDYARD KIPLING. - The Jungle Book [and] The Second Jungle Book.
BC17768: RUDYARD KIPLING. - Captains Courageous. The Story of the Grand Banks. A novel. With illustrations by I.W.Taber.
19118: RUDYARD KIPLING, Shamsul Islam - Kipling's 'Law'. A Study of his Philosophy of Life.
13840: RUDYARD KIPLING - A Collection of First Editions of the Works of Rudyard Kipling. The Property of Solton Engel. Catalogue of a sale.
KP90203: RUDYARD KIPLING. - The Kipling Journal. Published quarterly by the Kipling Society.
19497: EDWARD THOMAS. Michael Kirkham - The Imagination of Edward Thomas.
9922313: ERSKINE CALDWELL. Jack Kirkland. - Tobacco Road. A play based on Caldwell's novel by Jack Kirkland. With a Note by Erskine Caldwell.
BC10048: JAMES KIRKUP - contributes his poem 'Two Graves in Japan' to an issue of the periodical 'The Poetry Review'. Vol. LVIII, no. 1, spring 1967.
ARC90794: PIET KLAASSE - Jam Session. Portraits of Jazz and Blues Musicians drawn on the Scene. Edited and with text by J.Bernlef and additional text by Mark Gardner.
BC14387: AUGUST KLEINZAHLER - The Strange Hours Travelers Keep. Poems.
BC17738: GILES (i.e. Ronald 'Carl' Giles). F.D.Klingender. - Russia - Britain's Ally 1812-1942. With an introduction by Ivan Maisky.
BC17299: H.D. [i.e. Hilda Doolittle]. Deborah Kelly Kloepfer. - The Unspeakable Mother. Forbidden Discourse in Jean Rhys and H.D.
BC18446: KARL OVE KNAUSGAARD. - Dancing in the Dark. My Struggle: Volume 4. Translated from the Norwegian by Don Bartlett.
18732: WILLIAM KNIGHT - Nineteenth Century Artists, English and French. Lectures. With 50 plates.
BC15033: ALFRED A.KNOPF - Alfred A.Knopf. Quarter Century.
BC14995: ALFRED A.KNOPF - Sixty Photographs.
ARC93812: RONALD KNOX. - Let Dons Delight. Being Variations on a Theme in an Oxford Common-Room.
ARC92017: R.A.KNOX. - Juxta Salices.
BUL90717: DEAN R.KOONTZ - A Darkness in My Soul.
ARC92543: DEAN R.KOONTZ - Shadowfires. With illustrations by Phil Parks (created specially for this casebound issue). (WITH SIGNED SLIP)
HAM90003: ERIC KORN. - Remainders. From the Times Literary Supplement 1980-1989. (SIGNED)
BC18492: NICOLE KRAUSS. - The History of Love. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC92612: ANTHOLOGY. Alfred Kreymborg. - Others for 1919. An Anthology of The New Verse. Edited by Alfred Kreymborg.
SFC0005: TAMARA KUDRYAVTSEVA. - Circling the Square. Avant-Garde Porcelain from Revolutionary Russia. Edited by Frank Althaus and Mark Sutcliffe.
BC16394: HARI KUNZRU - Transmission. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
19036: WILHELM KURTH - Die Raumkunst. I, Kupferstich des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts.
JUL90221: WOLFGANG LAIB. - The catalogue of a 1992 exhibition at the Douglas Hyde Gallery.
BC18574: CHARLES AND MARY LAMB. - Tales from Shakespeare With twelve illustrations in permanent photography from the Boydell Gallery.
BC18017: LYNTON LAMB. - County Town. Backs and Fronts in Kennelsford. With drawings by the author.
BC18018: HENRI BOSCO. Lynton Lamb. - The Boy and the River. Translated from the French of 'L'Enfant et la Rivière' by Gerard Hopkins, and with illustrations and a dust wrapper design by Lynton Lamb.
BC11388: WILLIAM SANSOM. Lynton Lamb. - Lord Love Us. With drawings by Lynton Lamb.
ARC92359: FLORA THOMPSON. Lynton Lamb. - Lark Rise. With drawings by Lynton Lamb.
BC18016: JOHN MOORE. Lynton Lamb. - Tiger, Tiger. Sixteen Tales. With a dust wrapper design by Lynton Lamb.
17302: CHARLES LAMB - The Letters of Charles Lamb. Edited with and introduction and notes by George Woodcock.
KP90601: CHARLES LAMB. - Mrs. Battle's Opinions on Whist. With illustrations by Roberta F.C.Waudby.
HUN0116: PAUL NASH. Susan Lambert. - Paul Nash as Designer. The catalogue of a 1975 exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
BC16614: ERIC LAMBERT. - The Veterans. A novel.
DB0078: TREVOR FELCEY. Andrew Lambirth. - Trevor Felcey. Nature's Instantaneous Text.
KP90840: GEORGE LAMMING. - Of Age and Innocence. A novel.
KP90841: GEORGE LAMMING. - Season of Adventure. A novel. With a preface by C.L.R.James. (INSCRIBED)
BC18134: EUAN UGLOW. Catherine Lampert and Richard Kendall. - Euan Uglow. The Complete Paintings. A Catalogue Raisonné. With essays by Catherine Lampert and Richard Kendall, and a catalogue raisonné by Catherine Lampert.
BC14708: HENRY WILLIAMSON. Lois Lamplugh. - A Shadowed Man: Henry Williamson 1895 1977. With a foreword by Richard Williamson.
BC17352: HENRY WILLIAMSON. Lois Lamplugh. - A Shadowed Man: Henry Williamson 18951977. With a foreword by Richard Williamson
BC17526: OSBERT LANCASTER. - With an Eye to the Future. With illustrations by the author.
KP90852: OSBERT LANCASTER. - With an Eye to the Future. With illustrations by the author.
KP90857: OSBERT LANCASTER. - Homes Sweet Homes. With thirty-four predominantly full-page drawings by the author.
KP90849: OSBERT LANCASTER. - Scene Changes. With illustrations by the author including a few in colour.
BUL92270: OSBERT LANCASTER - contributes his illustrated story 'The Saracen's Head; or The Reluctant Crusader' to an issue of the periodical 'The Cornhill'. No. 974, spring 1948.
KP90856: OSBERT LANCASTER. - Progress at Pelvis Bay. With forty-four illustrations by the author.
KP90867: OSBERT LANCASTER. - Sailing to Byzantium. An Architectural Companion. With illustrations by the author.
KP90862: OSBERT LANCASTER. - Drayneflete Revealed. With illustrations and a splendid colour dust wrapper design by the author.
ARC93445: SIMON RAVEN. Osbert Lancaster. - The English Gentleman. An Essay in Attitudes. With a dust wrapper designed by Osbert Lancaster.
KP90850: OSBERT LANCASTER. - The Saracen's Head; or The Reluctant Crusader. With drawings by the author.
KP90863: OSBERT LANCASTER. - Façades and Faces. With illustrations by the author.
KP90869: OSBERT LANCASTER. - The Life and Times of Maudie Littlehampton. Selected by Geraldine Cook, and with text and an introduction by John Julius Norwich.
ARC92624: OSBERT LANCASTER. - With an Eye to the Future. With illustrations by the author. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
KP90861: OSBERT LANCASTER. - Classical Landscape with Figures. With illustrations by the author.
KP90858: OSBERT LANCASTER. - London Night and Day. Edited by Sam Lambert and with illustrations by Osbert Lancaster.
20129: OSBERT LANCASTER - Kunsthistorie met een Glimlach. Translated from the English by Cor Jongens and with a foreword by Professor W.S.van Thienen. (INSCRIBED)
20130: OSBERT LANCASTER. - Sailing to Byzantium. An Architectural Companion. With illustrations by the author.
KP90866: OSBERT LANCASTER. - Signs of the Times.
KP90847: OSBERT LANCASTER. - The Alarms and Excursions of Lady Littlehampton. With drawings by the author.
BC15260: JOHN LANCHESTER. - The Debt to Pleasure. A novel.
BC12482: JOHN LANCHESTER. - Mr. Phillips. A novel.
BC12483: JOHN LANCHESTER. - Fragrant Harbour. A novel.
19708: CHARLES LANE - British Racing Prints 1700-1940.
16982: GEORGE WOODCOCK. Wilfred Lang - Imagine the South. Poems. With a cover-design and illustrations by Wilfred Lang.
19824: DOROTHEA LANGE. - Dorothea Lange. A monograph. With text by Christopher Cox.
BC16899: JOHN COWPER POWYS. Derek Langridge. - John Cowper Powys. A Record of Achievement.
BUL90206: EDWIN LANHAM. - No Hiding Place.
BC13337: JOE R.LANSDALE - By Bizarre Hands. Stories. With an introduction by Lewis Shiner and illustrations by Mark A.Nelson. (INSCRIBED)
BC13332: JOE R.LANSDALE - The Two-Bear Mambo. A Hap and Leonard novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC13333: JOE R.LANSDALE. - Bad Chili. Hap and Leonard novel. (SIGNED)
BC13331: JOE R.LANSDALE - Mucho Mojo. A Hap and Leonard novel. (INSCRIBED)
KP90349: RING LARDNER. - You Know Me Al. A Busher's Letters. Edited and designed by Karen M. (Bloom) Elder and with a foreword by William P.Fuller III.
BC18364: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his poem 'Ultimatum' to an issue of the weekly periodical 'The Listener'. Vol. xxiv, no. 620, 28 November 1940.
BC18369: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his poem 'As Bad as a Mile' to an issue of the weekly periodical 'The Listener'. Vol. lxx, no. 1811, 12 December 1963.
BC18373: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his poem 'The Old Fools' to an issue of the weekly periodical 'The Listener'. Vol. 89, no. 2288, 1 February 1973.
BC18370: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his poem 'Home is So Sad' to an issue of the weekly periodical 'The Listener'. Vol. lxxi, no. 1817, 23 January 1964.
BC18371: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his poem 'How Distant' to an issue of the weekly periodical 'The Listener'. Vol. 78, no. 2013, 26 October 1967.
BC18366: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his poem 'Broadcast' to an issue of the weekly periodical 'The Listener'. Vol. lxvii, no. 1713, 25 January 1962.
BC18367: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his poem 'Dockery and Son' to an issue of the weekly periodical 'The Listener'. Vol. lxix, no. 1776, 11 April 1963.
BUL90639: PHILIP LARKIN. - Philip Larkin 1922-1985. A Tribute. Edited by George Hartley.
BC17372: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his poems 'Posterity' and 'Sad Steps' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. No. 1946. 28 June 1968.
BC18372: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his poem 'Cut Grass' to an issue of the weekly periodical 'The Listener'. Vol. 86, no. 2209, 29 July 1971.
BC18365: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his poem 'Faith Healing' to an issue of the weekly periodical 'The Listener'. Vol. lxiv, no. 1634, 21 July 1960.
ARC93288: PHILIP LARKIN. - Collected Poems. Edited with an introduction by Anthony Thwaite.
ARC93822: PHILIP LARKIN. - A Girl in Winter. A novel
BC18150: PHILIP LARKIN. - The North Ship. Poems.
BC18145: PHILIP LARKIN. - About Larkin. The Newsletter of the Philip Larkin Society, No. 15, April 2003. Edited by Jean Hartley and Maeve Brennan.
SPE90345: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his seven-verse poem 'Revenant' to the fourth and final issue of the short-lived periodical 'Platform'. Edited by Frederick Woods.
BC18368: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his poem 'Take One Home for the Kiddies' to an issue of the weekly periodical 'The Listener'. Vol. lxx, no. 1810, 5 December 1963.
BC15930: PHILIP LARKIN. - A Girl in Winter. A novel.
BC15409: PHILIP LARKIN - Early Poems and Juvenilia. Edited and introduced by A.T.Tolley.
BC15225: PHILIP LARKIN - Further Requirements. Interviews, Broadcasts, Statements and Book Reviews. Edited with an introduction by Anthony Thwaite.
BUL92271: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes the first printing of his poem 'An Arundel Tomb' to an issue of the periodical 'The London Magazine'. Vol. 3, No. 5, May 1956.
BC14869: PHILIP LARKIN - Hohe Fenster / High Windows. Translated from the English by Richard Glabotki.
BC17368: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes a brief letter to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. Vol. LXI, no. 1565. 10 March 1961.
BC11197: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his poem 'Naturally the Foundation will Bear Your Expenses' to an issue of the periodical 'The Twentieth Century'. Vol. 170, No. 1010 July 1961.
ARC93478: PHILIP LARKIN. - The Less Deceived. Poems.
ARC93470: PHILIP LARKIN. - Poems.
BC18265: BARBARA PYM. Philip Larkin. - An Unsuitable Attachment. A novel. With a foreword by Philip Larkin.
ARC93145: PHILIP LARKIN, THOM GUNN, R.S.THOMAS AND TED HUGHES - contributes poems to Four. Selected by C.B.Cox and A.E.Dyson.
ARC93751: PHILIP LARKIN. - Required Writing. Miscellaneous Pieces 1955-1982.
ARC92012: PHILIP LARKIN. - The North Ship. Poems.
BC17369: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his poem 'Here' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. Vol. LXII, no. 1602. 24 November 1961.
ARC91656: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes the first printing of his poem 'High Windows' to a special tenth anniversary double issue of the periodical 'Critical Quarterly'. Vol. 10, Nos. 1 and 2 spring and summer 1968.
ARC91621: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes ten poems - all here making their first appearance in print - to the anthology Poetry from Oxford in Wartime. Edited by William Bell.
ARC93568: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his hitherto unprinted poem 'Continuing to Live' to A Keepsake from the New Library.
ARC91383: PHILIP LARKIN. - Femmes Damnées. A poem.
ARC91382: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes ten poems to the anthology Poetry from Oxford in Wartime. Edited by William Bell.
BC18144: PHILIP LARKIN. - About Larkin. The Newsletter of the Philip Larkin Society, No. 13, April 2002. Edited by James Booth.
BC18143: PHILIP LARKIN. - About Larkin. The Newsletter of the Philip Larkin Society, No. 11, April 2001. Edited by James Booth.
BC17373: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his six-verse poem 'Vers de Société' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. No. 2100. 18 June 1971.
BC17371: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes a lengthy review of 'The Letters of Rupert Brooke' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman'. No. 1944. 14 June 1968.
KP90640: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes the first printing of his poem 'Sympathy in White Major' to an issue of the periodical 'London Magazine'. New Series. Vol. 7, No. 9, December 1967.
JUL90421: BERNARD LASSUS. - La Main Verte. The catalogue of a 1985 exhibition of works by Bernard Lassus at Coracle Gallery, London.
JUL90422: BERNARD LASSUS. - The Landscape Approach of Bernard Lassus: 2. Six essays. Translated from the French and with an introduction by Stephen Bann.
ARC92884: JAMES LAUGHLIN - In Another Country. Poems 1935-1975. Selected by Robert Fitzgerald. (INSCRIBED)
BUL90925: DYLAN THOMAS. Hilary Laurie. - Dylan Thomas's Wales.
BC11888: HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC - Lautrec. A monograph. With text by Gilles de la Tourette.
ARC92859: JAMES LAVER - His Last Sebastian and Other Poems. (INSCRIBED)
16762: JANKO LAVRIN - Ibsen and his Creation. A Psycho-Critical Study.
BC13303: PHILLIP LAW & JOHN BÉCHERVAISE - Anare. Australia's Antarctic Outposts.
BC17581: THOMAS LAWRENCE. - Thomas Lawrence. Regency Power & Brilliance. Edited by A.Cassandra Albinson, Peter Funnell and Lucy Peltz.
BUL90967: T.E.LAWRENCE. - Lawrence of Arabia. The Simple Facts. Compiled by Harry Broughton (sometime Mayor of Wareham).
BC16147: T.E.LAWRENCE (interest). - Famous People 1869-1969. Fifty of the Greatest Britons. Illustrated by Angus McBride and described by Virginia Shankland.
BC14994: D.H.LAWRENCE. - D.H.Lawrence After Thirty Years 1930-1960. The catalogue of a 1960 exhibition at the University of Nottingham Art Gallery. Edited by Vivian de Sola Pinto.
BC13381: MARGARET LAWRENCE. - Blood Red Roses. A novel. (SIGNED)
ARC93883: D.H.LAWRENCE. - The Prussian Officer and Other Stories.
ARC93278: T.E.LAWRENCE (interest). - The Bibliophile's Almanack for 1928. Edited by Oliver Simon and Harold Child. (DELUXE ISSUE)
ARC92644: T.E.LAWRENCE. - The Mint. A Day-book of the R.A.F. Depot between August and December 1922. With later notes by 352087 A/c Ross (i.e. T.E.Lawrence).
ARC92013: D.H.LAWRENCE. - The Prussian Officer and Other Stories.
ARC91636: T.E.LAWRENCE - A Brief Record of the Advance of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force under the Command of General Sir Edmund H.H.Allenby, G.C.B., G.C.M.G. July 1917 to October 1918. Compiled from Official Sources.
ARC90299: T.E.LAWRENCE. - Letters to T.E.Lawrence. Edited and with a preface by A.W.Lawrence.
20110: D.H.LAWRENCE - The Way of the Dandelion. A tributary essay by Michael Adam with some recollections by Frieda Lawrence and twenty woodcuts by Barbara Whitehead.
20021: T.E.LAWRENCE. - Aufstand in der Wuste. Translated into German and introduced by Dagobert von Mikusch. With a preface by Bernard Shaw (taken from a contribution to 'The Spectator'), and illustrated with four plates and a folding map.
ARC93720: T.E.LAWRENCE. (Henry Williamson interest). - Men in Print. Essays in Literary Criticism. With an introduction by A.W.Lawrence.
17310: T.E.LAWRENCE - The Mint. Notes made in the RAF Depot 1922 and at Cadet College in 1925. Regrouped and copied in 1927 and 1928 at Karachi.
17311: T.E.LAWRENCE - Lettres de T.E.Lawrence. (Text in French). A series of letters printed in the periodical 'Les Temps Modernes'. No 32. May 1948.
ARC93072: STEPHEN LEACOCK - Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town. With a colour frontispiece by Cyrus Cuneo.
BUL90302: EDWARD LEAR. - The New Vestments. With drawings by Arnold Lobel.
19261: EDWARD LEAR - Edward Lear 1812-1888. The catalogue of a 1985 exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts. With text by Vivian Noakes, an essay by Jeremy Maas and an introduction by Sir Steve Runciman.
BC12904: HARPER LEE - Go Set a Watchman
BC12134: LAURIE LEE - Two Women. A Book of Words and Pictures. (SIGNED)
ARC92347: LAURIE LEE - I Can't Stay Long. (INSCRIBED)
19558: LAURIE LEE - The Bloom of Candles. Verse from a Poet's Year.
19201: SHERMAN E.LEE. - Japanese Decorative Style. Published to coincide with an exhibition of the same name at the Cleveland Museum of Art
BC18001: LAURIE LEE. - A Moment of War.
SPE0287: CHANG-RAE LEE. - The Surrendered. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC12455: STEPHEN SPENDER. David Leeming. - Stephen Spender. A Life in Modernism.
BC13039: FERNAND LÉGER - Fernand Léger: The Later Years. The catalogue of a 1987-88 exhibition at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London.
BC14490: PEAR TREE PRESS. Janie Legge. - A Little Book of Legends for Children. With drawings by John Guthrie (son of the printer, James Guthrie).
BC17489: RICARDO LEGORRETA. - The Architecture of Ricardo Legorreta. Edited and introduced by John V.Mutlow, and with photographs by Lourdes Legorreta.
BUL90873: JOHN LEHMANN - The Age of the Dragon. Poems 1930-1951.
BC13074: JOHN LEHMANN. - The Reader at Night and Other Poems. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC12588: JOHN LEHMANN (Edward Thomas and Robert Frost interest) - Three Literary Friendships
BC11252: RUPERT BROOKE. John Lehmann. - Rupert Brooke. His Life and His Legend.
ARC90818: JOHN LEHMANN - Photograph.
18652: JOHN LEHMANN - John Lehmann. A Tribute. Edited by A.T.Tolley. (DELUXE ISSUE)
16771: JOHN LEHMANN - Ancestors and Friends.
14211: JOHN LEHMANN. - The Age of the Dragon. Poems 1930-1951. (INSCRIBED)
BC17803: ANNIE LEIBOVITZ. - American Music.
BC17681: ANNIE LEIBOVITZ. - At Work.
BC14480: MICHAEL LEIGH. - Men Die Alone. A novel.
ARC93317: EDWARD LEIGH. - A Diatribe of Mony or Coyn. (INSCRIBED)
ARC90632: EDWARD BAWDEN. Dell Leigh. - East Coasting. With illustrations by Edward Bawden.
BUL90452: HAROLD LEIGHTON - From Salon to Celebrity. The British Hairdressing Story. Lavishly illustrated with photographs. (SIGNED)
BC18082: CLARE LEIGHTON. - Wood Engravings and Drawings. The catalogue of a 1992-93 Ashmolean Museum exhibition.
BC18520: CLARE LEIGHTON. - The Farmer's Year. A Calendar of English Husbandry.
ARC93068: JOHN LELAND - John Leland's Itinerary. Travels in Tudor England. Edited with a twenty-six page introduction by John Chandler.
BC16991: STANISLAW LEM. - The Chain of Chance. A novel. Translated from the Polish of 'Katar' by Louis Iribarne.
BC13750: EDWARD G.LENGEL - To Conquer Hell. The Battle of Meuse-Argonne, 1918.
18654: HENRY F.LENNING - The Art Nouveau.
ARC93364: JOHN LENNON. - A Spaniard in the Works. With various drawings by the author.
99512: GIACOMO DA LENTINO - The Poetry of Giacomo da Lentino, Sicilian Poet of the Thirteenth Century. Edited by Ernest F.Langley.
BC18594: DONNA LEON. - So Shall You Reap. A Commissario Brunetti Mystery. (SIGNED)
SPE90528: DONNA LEON. - Transient Desires. A novel. (SIGNED)
ARC93660: GEORGE H.LEONARD. - Someone Else is on Our Moon.
ARC91466: ELMORE LEONARD. - Fifty-Two Pick Up. A novel.
BUL90646: DORIS LESSING - The Grass is Singing. A novel.
BC14681: DORIS LESSING - The Good Terrorist. A novel.
BC18447: DORIS LESSING. - Briefing for a Descent into Hell. A novel.
ARC91341: DORIS LESSING - This Was the Old Chief's Country. Stories.
ARC91853: DENISE LEVERTOV (writing as 'Denise Levertoff'). - The Double Image. Poems.
BC18244: A.J.LEWERY. - Popular Art Past and Present.
ARC91411: MICHAEL Z.LEWIN. - Ask the Right Question. A novel.
BC17472: PHILIP JOHNSON. Hilary Lewis and John O'Connor. - Philip Johnson. The Architect in His Own Words.
BUL92221: C.S.LEWIS. - Boxen. The Imaginary World of C.S.Lewis. Edited, with an introduction by Walter Hooper.
BUL90748: WYNDHAM LEWIS - An Anthology of his Prose. Edited with an introduction by E.W.F.Tomlin.
BC18452: NORMAN LEWIS. - The Tenth Year of the Ship. A novel.
KP90831: EILUNED LEWIS. - The Leaves of the Tree. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC16702: C.S.LEWIS - contributes a twelve-page essay to the anthology Sir Walter Scott. An Edinburgh Keepsake. Edited by Allan Frazer.
BC16310: WYNDHAM LEWIS - The Role of Line in Art. With Six Drawings to Illustrate the Argument. Edited with an introduction by Paul W.Nash.
BC16222: CYRIL CONNOLLY. Jeremy Lewis. - Cyril Connolly. A Life. (INSCRIBED)
BC18201: WYNDHAM LEWIS. - The Bone Beneath the Pulp. Drawings by Wyndham Lewis. Edited by Jacky Klein.
BC15704: SINCLAIR LEWIS - Novels by Sinclair Lewis.
KP90830: EILUNED LEWIS. - Morning Songs and Other Poems.
BC15110: WYNDHAM LEWIS. - Mrs. Dukes' Million. A novel.
BC14460: HENRY WILLIAMSON. Peter Lewis - The Henry Williamson Society. The First Thirty Years May 1980 May 2010. A Condensed History. [Compiled by Peter Lewis].
BC14050: ARTHUR LEWIS - Thirty Rhymes.
BC14049: ARTHUR LEWIS - Days of Old Rome. Poems. With illustrations by Edith Calvert.
BC13997: WYNDHAM LEWIS - Unlucky for Pringle. Unpublished and Other Stories. Edited and introduced by C.J.Fox and Robert T.Chapman.
BC13252: ARTHUR LEWIS - Ways of Verse [and] The Pursuit of Beauty. Poems.
BC12996: C.DAY-LEWIS. - Selected Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC18530: ALUN LEWIS. - A special Alun Lewis issue of the periodical 'Poetry Wales'. Vol. 10, No. 3. [1974].
ARC93670: NORMAN LEWIS. - A Dragon Apparent. Travels in Indo-China.
KP90829: EILUNED LEWIS. - Dew on the Grass. A novel. With a prefatory letter from Charles Morgan and colour pictorial endpapers and a dust wrapper design by Eve Garnett.
ARC93227: ALUN LEWIS. - Letters from India. Edited by Gweno Lewis and Gwyn Jones. With a Note by Mrs. Alun Lewis [i.e. Gweno Lewis] and a preface by A.L.Rowse.
ARC92816: C.DAY LEWIS. - The Friendly Tree. A novel.
ARC92794: JULIAN SYMONS. Wyndham Lewis. - Confusions About X. Poems. With a portrait frontispiece drawing of the author by Wyndham Lewis.
ARC91752: C.DAY-LEWIS (writing as Cecil Day-Lewis) - contributes his poems 'Dream Maker', 'Sanctuary', 'Once in Arcady' and 'A Forest Piece' to the anthology Ten Singers.
ARC91669: MYLES BIRKET FOSTER. Frank Lewis. - Myles Birket Foster 1825-1899. A monograph. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91670: FRANK LEWIS. - To Fertile Vales and Dewy Meads. An illustrated anthology compiled by F.Lewis. (INSCRIBED)
MA0045: ALUN LEWIS. - Three hitherto unprinted letters from Alun Lewis to Robert Graves feature in an issue of the periodical 'The Anglo-Welsh Review'. Vol. 16, no. 37. Spring 1967. Edited by Roland Mathias.
ARC90196: C.DAY-LEWIS. - Beechen Vigil and Other Poems.
20138: C.DAY LEWIS. - Collected Poems 1929-1936.
20122: ANTHOLOGY. D.B.Wyndham Lewis. - I Couldn't Help Laughing! An Anthology of War-Time Humour. Edited by D.B.Wyndham Lewis.
15780: OSCAR LEWIS - The Children of Sanchez. Autobiography of a Mexican Family.
15779: OSCAR LEWIS. - A Death in the Sanchez Family. A novel.
15717: JAMES BOSWELL. D.B.Wyndham Lewis. - The Hooded Hawk; or The Case of Mr. Boswell. With illustrations.
ARC93936: C.S.LEWIS (writing as 'N.W.Clerk'). - A Grief Observed.
BC18052: ALUN LEWIS. - A Cypress Walk. Letters to 'Frieda'. With a memoir by Freda Aykroyd.
BC18043: WYNDHAM LEWIS. - Important English Drawings Relating to Cubism and Vorticism. The catalogue of a 1986 Anthony d'Offay Gallery exhibition.
BC18044: WYNDHAM LEWIS. - Drawings and Watercolours 1910-1920. The catalogue of a 1983 exhibition at Anthony d'Offay.
14078: SINCLAIR LEWIS - Work of Art. A novel.
MA0048: ALUN LEWIS. - A series of eighteen hitherto unprinted letters from Alun Lewis to Professor Reginald Treharne feature in an issue of the periodical 'The Anglo-Welsh Review'. Vol. 17, no. 40. Winter 1969. Edited by Roland Mathias.
JUL90502: ALUN LEWIS. - In the Green Tree. Hitherto uncollected stories and a selection from his letters. With drawings by John Petts (including a splendid portrait frontispiece), a preface by A.L.Rowse, a postscript by Gwyn Jones and a sonnet by Vernon Watkins.
BC18191: BEN NICHOLSON. Jeremy Lewison. - Ben Nicholson. A monograph.
BC17663: BEN NICHOLSON. Jeremy Lewison. - Ben Nicholson. A monograph.
KP90566: ISAAC ROSENBERG. Jean Liddiard. - Isaac Rosenberg: The Half Used Life.
BUL92192: CHEONG LIEW with Elizabeth Ho. - My Food. With illustrations by Timothy John and a foreword by Barbara Santich. (INSCRIBED)
BC17013: RICHARD LINDNER. - Richard Lindner. Catalogue Raisonné of Paintings, Watercolours and Drawings. Edited by Werner Spies and compiled by Claudia Loyall.
BC12949: GREVEL LINDOP - Fools' Paradise. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
20199: JAMES R.LINDOW. - The Renaissance Palace in Florence. Magnificence and Splendour in Fifteenth-Century Italy.
SPE90332: JOHN AJVIDE LINDQVISY. - Let the Right One In. Translated from the Swedish of 'Låt Rätte Komma In' by Ebba Segerberg.
ARC93807: JOAN LINDSAY. - Picnic at Hanging Rock. A novel.
ARC92097: JOAN LINDSAY (writing as 'Serena Livingstone-Stanley'). - Through Darkest Pondelayo. An Account of the Adventures of Two English Ladies on a Cannibal Island. Edited by Rev. Barnaby Whitecorn D.D.
ARC93748: JOAN LINDSAY. - Time Without Clocks. (SIGNED, WITH ALS)
991192: MAURICE LINDSAY - Thank You for Having Me. [An autobiography].
15029: JACK LINDSAY. - The Roaring Twenties. Literary Life in Sydney New South Wales in the Years 1921-6.
13567: PHILIP LINDSAY - Ruffians Hall. With illustrations.
19862: JEAN LIPMAN AND HELEN M.FRANC. - Bright Stars. American Painting and Sculpture since 1776. With an introduction by John I.H.Baur.
ARC93608: LÉON BAKST. Raymond Lister. - The Muscovite Peacock. A Study of the Art of Léon Bakst. With a memoir by Simon Lissim. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC17323: KEN LIU. - Broken Stars. Contemporary Chinese Science Fiction in Translation. Translated and edited by Ken Liu.
BC13913: PENELOPE LIVELY. - Spiderweb. A novel. (SIGNED)
9922498: ADAM LIVELY - Blue Fruit. A novel.
ARC93773: PENELOPE LIVELY. - The Road to Lichfield. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
15782: PENELOPE LIVELY - Passing On.
BC18226: PETER BLAKE. Marco Livingstone. - Peter Blake. One Man Show.
BC13709: THOMAS LIVINGSTONE - Tommy's War. A First World War Diary 1913-1918. Edited by Ronnie Scott and with a foreword by Andrew Marr.
BC11636: MAJOR PERCIVAL ST LAWRENCE LLOYD - The Wood of Death and Beyond. First World War Recollections. Edited by R.J.Lloyd. (INSCRIBED)
BC14820: HENRY WILLIAMSON. Michael Loates - The Illustrated Salar the Salmon. With an introduction by Richard Williamson, and a foreword and illustrations by Michael Loates
BC16964: CHARLES LOCK. - The Powys Family in Dorset.
BC13627: T.E.LAWRENCE. J.N.Lockman. - Meinertzhagen's Diary Ruse. False Entries on T.E.Lawrence.
ARC93000: DAVID LODGE - How Far Can You Go? A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91571: E.J.SULLIVAN. Thomas Lodge. - Rosalynde. Euphues Golden Legacie, found after his death in his Cell at Silexedra Bequeathed to Philautus sonnes, nursed up with their father in England. Fetcht from the Canaries by T.L.Gent. With ten full-page black and white drawings by E.J.Sullivan. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC91015: DAVID LODGE - contributes his three-page story 'Incident on a Bus', apparently his first published fiction, to an issue of 'New Phineas. The Magazine of University College London'. Spring 1954.
ARC93870: DAVID LODGE. - The Picturegoers. A novel.
BC15992: CHRISTOPHER LOGUE - Singles. Poems.
ARC92865: CHRISTOPHER LOGUE - Wand and Quadrant. Poems.
17900: CHRISTOPHER LOGUE - Logue's A B C. Poems.
BC17682: RICHARD LONG. - Mountains and Waters.
BC18036: RICHARD LONG. - The North Woods. The catalogue of a 1977 exhibition at Whitechapel Art Gallery, London.
BC17571: RICHARD LONG. - Mirage. With a brief introduction by Alison Sleeman.
BC18550: MICHAEL LONGLEY - contributes five poems to the twice-yearly periodical 'Thames Poetr'. Vol. 1, no. 5, June 1978. Edited by A.A.Cleary.
ARC93874: LOUIS MACNEICE. Michael Longley. - Selected Poems. Edited with an introduction by Michael Longley. (SIGNED)
BC15236: MICHAEL LONGLEY - The Echo Gate. Poems 1975-1979. (SIGNED)
BC17332: MICHAEL LONGLEY. - A Jovial Hullabaloo. Inaugural Lecture as Ireland Professor of Poetry. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC91542: MICHAEL LONGLEY - No Continuing City. Poems 1963-1968.
BC17765: ROGER LONGRIGG. - Daughters of Mulberry. A novel.
BC17776: T.E.LAWRENCE. Eric Lönnroth. - Lawrence of Arabia. An Historical Appreciation. Translated from the Swedish by Ruth Lewis
19775: T.E.LAWRENCE. Hendrik Van Loon - Van Loon on the Air. Broadcasts delivered by Hendrik Willem Van Loon From The Studio of the National Broadcasting Company, Radio City, New York
SPE90208: ANITA LOOS. - Kiss Hollywood Good-Bye.
ARC93083: FEDERICO GARCÍA LORCA. Francisco García Lorca. - In the Green Morning: Memories of Federico. Translated from the Spanish by Christopher Maurer and with a prologue by Mario Hernández.
BC18599: JOHN VERNON LORD. - Drawn to Drawing.
SPE90438: TIM LOTT. - When We Were Rich. A novel. (SIGNED)
ARC92327: PETER LOVESEY. - Wobble to Death. (SIGNED)
20030: PETER LOVESEY. - Rough Cider.
BC14066: EDWARD LOWBURY - Selected and New Poems 1935-1989.
BC18526: EDWARD JAMES. John Lowe. - Edward James. Poet - Patron - Eccentric. A Surrealist Life. A biography.
BC14918: ROBERT LOWELL - The Old Glory.
ARC92615: ROBERT LOWELL - Poems 1938-1949.
BC11061: L.S.LOWRY. - L.S.Lowry. A monograph published to accompany the artists' centenary exhibition at the Salford Art Gallery. Edited by Michael Leber and Judith Sandling.
ARC92623: MALCOLM LOWRY. - Ultramarine. A novel.
KP90646: L.S.LOWRY - contributes three drawings, one titled 'Father & Son' and the other two untitled to an issue of the periodical 'London Magazine'. New Series. Vol. 6, No. 9. December 1966.
BC12895: RUPERT M.LOYDELL - Ballads of the Alone. Poems.
BC12854: ROBERT M.LOYDELL - World of Wonder. Poems. (SIGNED)
99615: FRANCIS EDWARDS LTD. - Eighteenth Century England. A sale catalogue of books and autographs.
19894: LIEUT-COLONEL JOHN LUARD - History of the Dress of the British Soldier from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. (PROOF)
BC18356: SARAH LUCAS. - I Scream Daddio. The catalogue of an exhibition. (INSCRIBED, WITH ALS)
BC16052: DOUGLAS BADER. Laddie Lucas. - Flying Colours. The Epic Story of Douglas Bader. (SIGNED)
BC12863: JOHN LUCAS - One for the Piano. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
20250: E.V.LUCAS AND ERNEST H.SHEPARD. - Mr. Punch's County Songs. With illustrations by Ernest Shepard.
ARC93901: SIR THOMAS MORE. J.H.Lupton. - The Utopia of Sir Thomas More. In Latin from the Edition of March 1518, and in English from the First Edition of Ralph Robynson's Translation in 1551. With Additional Translations, Introduction and Notes.
BC11998: ALISON LURIE - Only Children. A novel.
SPE90551: EDGAR LUSTGARTEN. - The Chalk Pit Murder.
BC17576: HILLE. Sutherland Lyall. - Hille - 75 Years of British Furniture. The catalogue of an exhibition. With a foreword by Roy Strong.
BC18033: NORAH RUSSO-LYDE. - Heroes Without Uniform. (INSCRIBED)
BC11911: ALEXIS LYKIARD - Strange Alphabet. (INSCRIBED)
MA0035: PAUL LYNCH. - Prophet Song. A novel. (SIGNED)
ARC93392: DAVID LYNDSAY. - The Poetical Works of Sir David Lyndsay of the Mount, Lyon King of Arms. With a preface by David Laing, and a lengthy unaccredited 'Memoir of Sir David Lyndsay of the Mount'.
BC17608: WILLIAM SCOTT. Norbert Lynton. - William Scott. A monograph. With a prologue by John Russell. (SIGNED)
BUL91009: RICHARD MABEY - Fencing Paradise. Reflections on the Myths of Eden. With illustrations by Sue Hill.
BC14536: RICHARD MABEY - The Full English Cassoulet. Making-Do and Other Improvisations in the Kitchen. With illustrations by James Munro.
ARC91786: GEORGE MACBETH - A Doomsday Book. Poems and Poem-Games. (WITH A NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR)
BC17119: HUGH MACDIARMID - contributes his six-page essay 'Anent Henryson' to an issue of the periodical 'Lines Review'. No. 13. Summer 1957. Edited by Tom Scott.
BC17118: HUGH MACDIARMID - contributes his poem 'Remembering the Spanish War' to an issue of the periodical 'Lines Review'. No. 14. Spring 1958. Edited by J.K.Annand.
BC11497: HUGH MACDIARMID. - Hugh MacDiarmid. The catalogue of a 1967 exhibition held at the National Library of Scotland to celebrate the poet's seventy-fifth birthday. With a preface by R.S.Thomas.
ARC93844: HUGH MACDIARMID. - Collected Poems of Hugh MacDiarmid (C.M.Grieve).
ARC92456: HUGH MACDIARMID - Poems Addressed to Hugh MacDiarmid and Presented to him on his Seventy-Fifth Birthday. Edited with an introduction by Duncan Glen, with drawings by Leonard Penrice and a preface by Compton Mackenzie. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
16784: HUGH MACDIARMID - Living Scottish Poets. An anthology. Edited by C.M.Grieve [i.e. "Hugh MacDiarmid"].
KP90532: HUGH MACDIARMID. - An issue of the periodical 'Akros' devoted to Hugh MacDiarmid on his eightieth birthday. Vol. 7, No. 19 August 1972. Edited by Duncan Glen.
BC17103: WILSON MACDONALD. - Out of the Wilderness. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC18302: HELEN MACDONALD. - H is for Hawk. (SIGNED)
ARC91081: KENNETH MILLAR [i.e. Ross MacDonald]. - Blue City. A novel.
SPE90241: GEORGE MACDONALD. - Works of Fancy and Imagination. Complete in ten volumes.
SPE90393: OMAR KHAYYAM. W.B.Macdougall. - Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám. The Astronomer Poet of Persia. Rendered into English Verse by Edward Fitzgerald and with decorations by W.B.Macdougall.
BC18193: ROBERT MACFARLANE AND JACKIE MORRIS. - The Lost Words. A Spell Book. With illustrations by Jackie Morris. (SIGNED)
BC16510: ARTHUR MACHEN - The Three Imposters. With an introduction by Julian Symons.
BC11813: ARTHUR MACHEN - The Fortunate Lovers. Twenty-Seven Novels of the Queen of Navarre [in fact Twenty-Eight]. Translated from the French by Arthur Machen. Edited and with notes by A.Mary F.Robinson. With an original tissue-guarded frontispiece etching by G.P.Jacombe Hood
ARC93381: ARTHUR MACHEN. - The Fortunate Lovers. Twenty-Seven Novels of the Queen of Navarre. Translated from the French by Arthur Machen. Edited, and selected from the 'Heptameron', with notes, pedigrees, and an introduction by A.Mary F.Robinson and with an original etching by G.P.Jacomb Hood.
17903: COLIN MACINNES - Westward to Laughter.
15788: COMPTON MACKENZIE - Prince Charlie. (INSCRIBED)
BC17350: ERIC R.D.MACLAGAN. - Leaves in the Road. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93223: BERNARD MACLAVERTY. - Secret and Other Stories. (INSCRIBED)
BC18319: BERNARD MACLAVERTY. - Walking the Dog and Other Stories.
BC17787: ARCHIBALD MACLEISH. - America Was Promises. A poem.
ARC93206: ARCHIBALD MACLEISH. - The University - The Library. Papers presented by Samuel Rothstein, Richard Blackwell and Archibald MacLeish at York University, Toronto, on the occasion of the dedication of the Scott Library, 30 October, 1971.
BUL90259: SIR GEORGE MACMUNN. - The Crimea in Perspective.
BC18412: LOUIS MACNEICE - contributes his poem 'Réchauffé' to an issue of the weekly periodical 'The Listener'. Vol. lxvii, no. 1726, 26 April 1962.
BC18411: LOUIS MACNEICE - contributes his poems 'The Suicide' and 'Soap Suds' to an issue of the weekly periodical 'The Listener'. Vol. lxvi, no. 1700, 26 October 1961.
BC18415: LOUIS MACNEICE - contributes his poem 'Donegal Triptych' to an issue of the periodical 'The London Magazine'. Vol. 5, no. 2, February 1955. Edited by John Lehmann.
BC18417: LOUIS MACNEICE - contributes his poem 'Sleeping Winds' to an issue of the periodical 'The London Magazine'. Vol. 8, no. 3, March 1961. Edited by John Lehmann.
BC18410: LOUIS MACNEICE - contributes his poem 'Hidden Ice' to an issue of the weekly periodical 'The Listener'. Vol. xv, no. 374, 11 March 1936.
BC18416: LOUIS MACNEICE - contributes his poem 'Visitations' to an issue of the periodical 'The London Magazine'. Vol. 2, no. 11, November 1955. Edited by John Lehmann.
BC17463: LOUIS MACNEICE - posthumously contributes a lengthy untitled portion of his poem 'Memoranda to Horace' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. Vol. LXVI, no. 1695. 6 September 1963.
BC17464: LOUIS MACNEICE. - Geoffrey Grigson contributes his poem 'Louis MacNeice' to an issue of the periodical 'New Statesman. The Week-end Review'. Vol. LXVI, no. 1697. 20 September 1963.
BC15128: LOUIS MACNEICE. - Julian Symons contributes reviews of MacNeice's collection 'The Earth Compels' and his travel collection 'I Crossed the Minch' to an issue of the periodical 'Twentieth Century Verse'. No. 11. July 1938.
BC18414: LOUIS MACNEICE - contributes his poem 'Canto in Memory of Dylan Thomas' [who had died three months earlier] to the inaugural issue of the periodical 'The London Magazine'. Vol. 1, no. 1, February 1954. Edited by John Lehmann.
ARC93578: LOUIS MACNEICE. - The Revenant. A Song-Cycle for Hedli Anderson.
BC18413: LOUIS MACNEICE - posthumously contributes his lengthy unfinished poem 'Prologue' to an issue of the weekly periodical 'The Listener'. Vol. 86, no. 2216, 16 September 1971.
ARC93433: LOUIS MACNEICE. - Meet the U.S. Army. Prepared for the Board of Education by the Ministry of Information.
ARC93717: LOUIS MACNEICE. - Zoo. With illustrations by Nancy Sharp.
ARC92975: LOUIS MACNEICE. - Holes in the Sky. Poems 1944-1947.
ARC92770: LOUIS MACNEICE. - The Last Ditch. Poems.
17340: LOUIS MACNEICE. - Meet the U.S. Army. Prepared for the Board of Education by the Ministry of Information.
RB90017: LOUIS MACNEICE. - Christopher Columbus. A radio play. With a thirteen-page introduction, 'Some Comments on Radio Drama', by the author.
BC12001: BRUNO MADDOX. - My Little Blue Dress. A novel.
BC17208: MAURICE MAETERLINCK. - The Treasure of the Humble. Translated from the French of 'Le Trésor des Humbles' by Alfred Sutro, and with an introduction by A.B.Walkley.
BC17314: DANIEL MAGARIEL. - One of the Boys. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
19784: LAURIE MAGNUS - English Literature in its Foreign Relations 1300 to 1800.
ARC93370: DEREK MAHON. - Night-Crossing. Poems.
ARC93571: DEREK MAHON. - A Kensington Notebook. (SIGNED)
15623: SAMUEL JOHNSON. Alexander Main. - Life and Conversations of Dr.Samuel Johnson. (Founded chiefly upon Boswell). With a preface by George Henry Lewes.
BC16819: CHARLES ERIC MAINE. - The Tide Went Out. A novel.
BC17235: S.P.B.MAIS. (Henry Williamson interest). - Orange Street. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC92923: ERIC RAVILIOUS. S.P.B.Mais, Charles Graves and D.I.Fraser Harris. - Thrice Welcome. With wood engravings by Eric Ravilious
20156: S.P.B.MAIS. (Henry Williamson interest). - Orange Street. A novel.
BC16006: BERNARD MALAMUD - The Tenants. A novel.
ARC92846: SAMUEL PALMER. Edward Malins. - Samuel Palmer's Italian Honeymoon.
CAS0167: ALLAN MALLINSON. - The Sabre's Edge. A Matthew Hervey novel. (SIGNED)
CAS0129: ALLAN MALLINSON. - 1914: Fight the Good Fight. Britain, the Army and the Coming of the First World War. (SIGNED)
BC13854: ALLAN MALLINSON - Man of War. A Matthew Hervey novel. (SIGNED)
ARC93241: JOAN HASSALL. Sir Thomas Mallory. - Lancelot and Elaine. Being the Eighth to the Twentieth Chapters of the Eighteenth Book of Sir Thomas Malory's 'Le Morte Darthur'. With engravings by Joan Hassall.
BC17017: DAVID MALOUF. - Child's Play; with Eustace and The Prowler. Three novellas.
12046: DAVID MALOUF - Child's Play [and] The Bread of Time to Come. Two novellas.
BC17692: DAVID MAMET. - Glengarry Glen Ross. A play.
19672: DAVID MAMET. - The Village. A novel.
19658: DAVID MAMET. - Make-Believe Town. Essays and Remembrances.
BC17193: NELSON MANDELA. - The Prison Letters of Nelson Mandela. Edited by Sahm Zenter, and with a foreword by Zamaswazi Dlamini-Mandela.
ARC93735: ETHEL MANNIN. - Connemara Journal. With wood-engravings by Elizabeth Rivers. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93823: FREDERIC MANNING. - Her Privates We. A novel by 'Private 19022'.
BC18482: OLIVIA MANNING - contributes her seven-page story 'A Spot of Leave' to an issue of the periodical 'Lilliput'. Vol. 31, no. 5, issue no. 185. October-November 1952.
ARC91698: OLIVIA MANNING - The Remarkable Expedition. The Story of Stanley's Rescue of Emin Pasha from Equatorial Africa.
20223: HUGO MANNING. - The It and The Odyssey of Henry Miller. An essay. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93255: HILARY MANTEL. - Vacant Possession. A novel.
SPE90343: HILARY MANTEL. - An Experiment in Love. A novel.
BC16333: NOËL COWARD. William Marchant - The Privilege of his Company. Noël Coward Remembered.
BC18038: DAVID MARCUS. - Who Ever Heard of an Irish Jew? and Other Stories.
HUN0161: ROWLAND EMETT. Walter de la Mare. - Bells & Grass. A Book of Rhymes. With illustrations and a dust wrapper design by Rowland Emett.
BC17529: ERIC DE MARÉ. - Time on the Thames.
BUL90258: WALTER DE LA MARE. - A Beginning and Other Stories.
BC16190: REX WHISTLER. Walter de la Mare. - Desert Islands and Robinson Crusoe. With decorations by Rex Whistler.
ARC92855: WALTER DE LA MARE - Henry Brocken. His Travels and Adventures in the Rich, Strange, Scarce-Imaginable Regions of Romance.
ARC91242: RUPERT BROOKE. Walter de la Mare. - Rupert Brooke and the Intellectual Imagination. A lecture.
99147: WALTER DE LA MARE. - The Veil and Other Poems.
KP90222: WALTER DE LA MARE. - O Lovely England and Other Poems.
19191: VICTOR MARGOLIN, IRA BRICHTA AND VIVIAN BRICHTA - The Promise and the Product. 200 Years of American Advertising Posters.
BC17835: JAVIER MARÍAS. - The Infatuations. A novel. Translated from the Spanish of 'Los Enamoramientos' by Margaret Jull Costa.
ARC93636: YOSHIO MARKINO. - The Colour of Paris. Historical, Personal & Local. Edited by Lucien Descaves. With an introduction by Léonce Bénédite and illustrations and a twelve-page essay by Yoshio Markino.
ARC93610: ERIC RAVILIOUS. Christopher Marlowe. - The Famous Tragedy of the Rich Jew of Malta. As it was played before the King and Queen, in His Majesties Theatre at White-Hall, by her Majesties Servants at the Cock-pit. With four magnificent wood engravings by Eric Ravilious.
BC15769: FRED MARNAU - The Wounds of the Apostles. Poems. Translated from the German by Ernst Sigler.
BC14041: FRED MARNAU - The Wounds of the Apostles. Poems. Translated from the German by Ernst Sigler. (INSCRIBED)
BC13220: ALFRED MARNAU - Death of the Cathedral. Translated from the German of 'Der tod der Kathedrale' by Ernst Sigler. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93860: GABRIEL GARCÍA MÁRQUEZ. - No One Writes to the Colonel. Translated from the Spanish by J.S.Bernstein.
BUL92054: GABRIEL GARCÍA MÁRQUEZ. - Strange Pilgrims. Stories. Translated from the Spanish of 'Doce Cuentos Peregrinos' by Edith Grossman.
ARC90772: IRIS MURDOCH. [Edward Marsh]. - Sartre. Romantic Rationalist.
BC16784: EDWARD ARDIZZONE. Bruce Marshall. - The Red Danube. With a dust wrapper design by Edward Ardizzone.
BUL90770: YANN MARTEL - The Facts Behind the Helsinki Roccamatios. Stories. (SIGNED)
BC16410: YANN MARTEL - The Facts Behind the Helsinki Roccamatios and Other Stories. (SIGNED)
SPE90536: GEORGE R.R.MARTIN - contributes his hitherto unprinted Games of Thrones story 'The Sons of the Dragon' to the anthology The Book of Swords. Edited with an introduction by Gardner Dozois.
ARC90941: GEORGE R.R.MARTIN - A Storm of Swords. The third volume of the author's 'A Song of Fire and Ice' sequence. (SIGNED)
BC16525: TOMÁS ELOY MARTÍNEZ - Purgatory. A novel. Translated from the Spanish by Frank Wynne.
BC17339: BARBARA JONES. E.L.Mascall. - Pi in the High. Dulce est desipere - in loco. With illustrations by Barbara Jones.
BUL92115: J.W.MASON. - The Tiger's Back. A novel.
ARC93837: A.E.W.MASON. - The Four Feathers. A novel.
ARC91723: A.E.W.MASON - The House of the Arrow.
BC16832: H.J.MASSINGHAM. - Fifteen Poems. With two drawings and a brief introduction by Allen Freer. (INSCRIBED)
BC17845: JOHN MASTERS. - Loss of Eden Trilogy. Complete in three volumes comprising 'Now, God be Thanked' [and] 'Heart of War' [and] 'By the Green of the Spring'.
BC15388: EDGAR LEE MASTERS - contributes his poems 'Henry Murray', 'At Fairbanks' and 'George Joslin on "La Menken"', verses subsequently included in his collection 'Domesday Book', to an issue of the periodical 'Poetry. A Magazine of Verse'. Vol. XIV, No. 3, June 1919. Edited by Harriet Monroe.
19764: WYNDHAM LEWIS. Timothy Materer - Wyndham Lewis the Novelist
ARC93561: E.POWYS MATHERS. - The Queen of Sheba. Translated into French from his own Arabic Text by Dr. J.C.Mardrus.
BUL92191: RICHARD MATHESON. - I Am Legend. A novel.
BC12971: ROLAND MATHIAS. - Snipe's Castle. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC12970: ROLAND MATHIAS. - Absalom in the Tree and Other Poems. (INSCRIBED)
ARC92996: ELSA TRIOLET. Henri Matisse - Le Mythe de la Baronne Mélanie, With a tipped-in frontispiece drawing by Matisse who also contributes a drawing to the front wrapper.
JUL90358: HENRI MATISSE. - The catalogue of a 1980 exhibition of drawings, sculptures and books at the Fundación Juan March, Madrid.
BC16771: HENRY WILLIAMSON. Hugoe Matthews. - Henry Williamson. A Bibliography.
BC16659: HENRY WILLIAMSON. Hugoe Matthews. - Henry Williamson. A Bibliography. (SIGNED)
18684: PETER MATTHIESSEN - Sand Rivers. With photographs by Hugo van Lawick.
BC14640: W.SOMERSET MAUGHAM - Points of View. Essays.
16617: ROBIN MAUGHAM. (John Betjeman interest). - The Barrier. A novel. Containing five sonnets by John Betjeman written in the style of the period.
SPE90205: W.SOMERSET MAUGHAM. Robin Maugham. - Conversations with Willie. Recollections of W.Somerset Maugham.
BC17136: ARMISTEAD MAUPIN. - Maybe the Moon. A novel. (SIGNED)
SPE0286: ARMISTEAD MAUPIN. - Mary Ann in Autumn. A Tales of the City Novel. (SIGNED)
ARC92980: DAPHNE DU MAURIER - The Rendezvous and Other Stories.
BC11595: ANDRÉ MAUROIS. - A Voyage to the Island of the Articoles. Translated from the French by David Garnett and with four superb wood engraved plates by Edward Carrick (the son of Edward Gordon Craig).
BC17961: HUGH MAXTON. - The Noise of the Field. Poems 1970-1975.
19837: WILLIAM HAMILTON MAXWELL (published anonymously). - The Field Book; or Sports and Pastimes of the British Islands.
SPE90395: PETER MAY. - A Silent Death. A novel. (SIGNED)
SPE90394: PETER MAY. - The Lewis Trilogy. Complete in three volumes comprising 'The Blackhouse' [and] 'The Lewis Man' [and] 'The Chessman'.
KP90851: OSBERT LANCASTER. Tony Mayer. - Le Vie Anglaise. Translated from the French by Christopher Sykes and with illustrations and a dust wrapper design by Osbert Lancaster.
SPE90346: E.L.MAYO. - Poems.
ARC91715: ROBERT MCALMON - Explorations.
BC16523: EIMEAR MCBRIDE. - Strange Hotel. A novel. (SIGNED)
ARC93769: PATRICK MCCABE. - Carn. A novel.
BC16581: ANNE MCCAFFREY - The Mark of Merlin.
ARC93750: ANNE MCCAFFREY. - To Ride Pegasus. Stories. (PUBLISHER'S FILE COPY)
BC12630: COLUM MCCANN - Transatlantic. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC11032: COLUM MCCANN. - Zoli. A novel.
ARC93558: CYRIL CONNOLLY. Desmond McCarthy and Ada Steiner. - The Mirror of Fashion. Verses by "Presto" [i.e. Desmond McCarthy], adorned with scissor cuts by Ada Steiner.
16782: MARY MCCARTHY - A Charmed Life. A novel.
BC18429: JENNY MCCARTNEY. - The Ghost Factory. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
11002: JAMES MCCLURE - Cop World. Policing the Streets of San Diego.
BC16406: ROBERT MCCRUM - Mainland. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC15554: ROBERT MCCRUM - Jubilee. A novel. (THE AUTHOR'S COPY)
ARC93811: CARSON MCCULLERS. - The Member of the Wedding. A novel.
SPE90571: STEVE MCCURRY. - From These Hands: A Journey Along the Coffee Trail. Photographs. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93360: HUGH MACDIARMID [writing as 'Hugh McDairmid']. - First Hymn to Lenin and Other Poems. With an introductory essay by A.E. (George William Russell).
BC18517: GREGORY MCDONALD. - Carioca Fletch. A novel.
BC18516: GREGORY MCDONALD. - Fletch's Moxie. A novel.
BC18515: GREGORY MCDONALD. - Fletch and the Widow Bradley. A novel.
BC14495: IAN MCEWAN - Solar. (SIGNED)
SPE90511: IAN MCEWAN. - The Children Act. A novel. (SIGNED)
SPE90512: IAN MCEWAN. - Lessons. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC17543: PAULA REGO. John McEwen. - Paula Rego. A monograph. (SIGNED)
BC17998: JOHN MCGAHERN. - That They May Face the Rising Sun. A novel.
ARC91964: JOHN MCGAHERN. - The Leavetaking. A novel.
KP90574: JOHN MCGAHERN. - That They May Face the Rising Sun. A novel.
CAS0106: ROGER MCGOUGH. - Watchwords. Poems. (SIGNED, PLUS PROOF)
BUL92053: ROGER MCGOUGH. - Frinck. A Life in the Day of and Summer With Monika. Poems.
BUL91097: ROGER MCGOUGH - Collected Poems. (SIGNED)
BC12784: ROGER MCGOUGH - The Way Things Are. Poems. (SIGNED)
SPE90323: ROGER MCGOUGH. - As Far As I Know. Poems. (SIGNED)
KP90337: ROGER MCGOUGH. - Watchwords. Poems.
KP90339: ROGER MCGOUGH. - Defying Gravity. Poems
BC16509: PATRICK MCGRATH - Dr. Haggard's Disease. A novel. (SIGNED)
KP90268: THOMAS MCGUANE. - Keep the Change. A novel.
KP90589: THOMAS MCGUANE. - Something to be Desired. A novel.
KP90590: THOMAS MCGUANE. - To Skin a Cat. Stories.
KP90591: THOMAS MCGUANE. - Keep the Change. A novel.
KP90592: THOMAS MCGUANE. - Nothing But the Skies. A novel.
SPE0254: FRANK MCGUINNESS. - Mutabilitie. A play. (INSCRIBED)
BC12206: JAY MCINERNEY - The Last of the Savages. (SIGNED)
BC17937: JAMIE MCKENDRICK. - Anomaly. Poems. (SIGNED)
SPE90324: VIRGINIA MCKENNA. - The Life in My Years. (SIGNED)
20261: ROLLIE MCKENNA. - A Life in Photography. With a two-page foreword by Richard Wilbur.
BC18208: RUARI MCLEAN (edits). - Motif 8. Winter 1961. Edited by Ruari McLean.
BC13549: JAMES MCMICHAEL - Each in a Place Apart. Poems
ARC91718: SAPPER [i.e. Cyril McNeile]. - Mufti.
ARC91717: SAPPER [i.e. Cyril McNeile]. - Sergeant Michael Cassidy, R.E.
14586: CANDIA MCWILLIAM - A Case of Knives. A novel.
BC17553: DAVID MELLOR. - David Mellor. Master Metalworker. The catalogue of an exhibition. With an introduction by Christopher Frayling.
BUL92085: GEORGE MELLY with John Chiltons Feetwarmers. - Makin' Whoopee. A 33 RPM record. (INSCRIBED).
BUL90212: PAULINE MELVILLE. - The Ventriloquist's Tale. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91252: E.MCKNIGHT KAUFFER. Herman Melville - Benito Cereno. With pictures by E.McKnight Kaufer.
19548: G.J.WHYTE-MELVILLE - Katerfelto. A Story of Exmoor. With illustrations by Col. H.Hope Crealocke.
BC13680: GREAT WAR MEMORIALS - The Scottish National War Memorial. With an introduction by Sir Ian Hamilton.
20229: H.L.MENCKEN. - Prejudices. Fourth Series.
BC17708: CHARLOTTE MENDELSON. - The Exhibitionist. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC18477: JOHN UPDIKE. Felix Mendelssohn and Warren Chappell. - Bottom's Dream. Adapted from William Shakespeare's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' by John Updike with music by Felix Mendelssohn and illustrations by Warren Chappell.
ARC93112: ALFRED MENDIZABAL - The Martyrdom of Spain. Origins of A Civil War. With a preface by Jacquez Maritain.
KP90451: BRIAN MERRIMAN. - The Man Who Talked Babytalk. A novel.
BC15445: W.S.MERWIN - contributes his poem 'Just This' to an issue of the periodical 'The New Yorker'. June 6, 2005.
BC14747: W.S.MERWIN - The Moving Target. Poems.
BC16574: JOHN METCALF. - Going Down Slow. A novel.
BC14951: EDMUND WILSON. Jeffrey Meyers - Edmund Wilson. A Biography.
ARC93306: E.H.W.MEYERSTEIN (writing as just 'E.H.W.M.'). - The Door. Poems.
18686: E.H.W.MEYERSTEIN - The Boy. A Modern Poem.
BC17139: JULIAN GRENFELL. Viola Meynell. - Julian Grenfell. An essay.
BC17071: VIOLA MEYNELL. - Modern Lovers. A novel.
BC14038: ALICE MEYNELL - Childhood.
BC15399: MAX MICHELSON - contributes his "present day myth play" 'The Tired Woman' to an issue of the periodical 'Poetry. A Magazine of Verse'. Vol. XI, No. 5, February 1918. Edited by Harriet Monroe.
BUL90919: JAMES A.MICHENER - Sayonara. A novel.
BC15161: STANLEY MIDDLETON - Sterner Stuff. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC17018: DUNYA MIKHAIL. - The Beekeeper of Sinjar. Translated from the Arabic by the author and Max Weiss.
BUL92117: HENRY MILLER. - Plexus. A novel. Book two of 'The Rosy Crucifixion'.
19128: HENRY MILLER. - Obscenity and the Law of Reflection.
BC16350: ARTHUR MILLER - Death of a Salesman. Certain private conversations in two acts and a requiem.
ARC91819: RICHARD JEFFERIES. George Miller. - By the Brook. Edited and with an introduction by George Miller. (SIGNED)
BC12982: DAVID MILLER - The Book of the Spoonmaker.
ARC93601: CLIFFORD WEBB. Patrick Miller. - Ana the Runner. A Treatise for Princes & Generals Attributed to Prince Mahmoud Abdul. With engravings by Clifford Webb.
KP90832: HENRY MILLER. - Tropic of Capricorn. A novel.
KP90161: HENRY MILLER. - Between Heaven and Hell. A symposium edited by Emil White.
SPE0252: ARTHUR MILLER. - After the Fall. A play.
BC17324: SAM J.MILLER. - Blackfish City. A novel.
BC12936: PAUL MILLS - North Carriageway. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC18501: JAMES LEES-MILNE. - Venetian Evenings.
BC17784: JAMES LEES-MILNE. - Through Wood and Dale. Diaries 1975-1978.
ARC93641: JAMES LEES-MILNE. - Midway on the Waves. Diaries.
ARC93579: EWART MILNE. - Galion. A Poem with a Prologue and an Epilogue. With decorations by Mia Cranwill. (INSCRIBED)
GM90130: A.A.MILNE. - The Christopher Robin Birthday Book. Compiled by A.A.Milne and with decorations by E.H.Shepard.
BC18304: JAMES LEES-MILNE. - Deep Romantic Chasm. Diaries, 1979-1981.
ARC90594: JESSIE M.KING. John Milton. - Comus. A Masque. With illustrations by Jessie M.King.
BC17728: MARGA MINCO. - The Fall. A novella. Translated from the Dutch of 'De Val' and with an introduction by Jeanette Kalker Ringold.
DB0036: JOHN MINTON. - John Minton: 1917-1957. A Selective Retrospective. The catalogue of a 1994 exhibition selected by Frances Spalding to accompany the publication of her biography of the artist.
ARC93967: JOHN MINTON - contributes to the inaugural issue of The Royal College of Art visual arts journal 'Ark. Number One'. Edited by Jack Stafford.
ARC93344: CONSTANTINE FITZGIBBON. John Minton. - Miss Finnigan's Fault. With a dust wrapper design by John Minton.
ARC93141: JOHN BRAINE. John Minton. - Room at the Top. A novel. With a dust wrapper design by John Minton.
ARC93139: ELIZABETH DAVID. John Minton - French Country Cooking. With illustrations and a splendid dust wrapper resign by John Minton.
ARC93723: PAUL BOWLES. John Minton. - Let it Come Down. A novel. With a dust wrapper design by John Minton.
BC11513: JOAN MIRÓ. - Drawings by Miró from the artist's studio and the Joan Miró Foundation, Barcelona. The catalogue of a 1979 exhibition at the Hayward Gallery,
ARC93342: HANNAH MITCHELL. - The Hard Way Up. The Autobiography of Hannah Mitchell, Suffragette and Rebel. Edited with an introduction by Geoffrey Mitchell and a preface by George Ewart Evans
BC17187: NAOMI MITCHISON. - Judy and Lakshmi. A novel. With drawings and a dust wrapper design by Avinash Chandra.
ARC93726: NANCY MITFORD. - Voltaire in Love.
19945: MAX BEERBOHM. Katherine Lyon Mix - Max and the Americans.
JUL90251: JAN MLADEJOVSKY. - The catalogue of a 1978 exhibition at the Novara Gallery of Contemporary Art. (INSCRIBED)
BC15223: SIEGFRIED SASSOON. Paul Moeyes. - Siegfried Sassoon. Scorched Glory. A Critical Study.
ARC93671: EDWARD MOGG. - Mogg's Great Western Railway and Windsor, Bath and Bristol Guide. Accompanied by A Large Official Map of the Line, an Account of the Bristol and Exeter Railway, and Notice of the Cheltenham and Great Western Union Railway; to which is added an Accurate List of Hackney Coach and Car Fares, from the Paddington Station to All Parts of London.
BC16809: DEBORAH MOGGACH. - Tulip Fever. A novel. (SIGNED)
ARC93910: PATRICK O'BRIAN. Michel Mohrt. - The Italian Campaign. A novel. Translated from the French of 'La Campagne D'Italie' by Patrick O'Brian.
ARC93562: HAROLD MONRO. - Poems.
KP90220: HAROLD MONRO. - The Silent Pool and Other Poems. Chosen by Alida Monro.
BC15387: HARRIET MONROE. - A special Harriet Monroe tribute issue of the periodical 'Poetry. A Magazine of Verse'. Vol. XLIX, No. 3, December 1936.
BC14661: ANDRENA OSWALD. Joan Kiddell-Monroe. - The Edinburgh Lions. With a superb double-spread colour title page illustration and various line drawings by Joan Kiddell-Monroe.
19742: HARRIET MONROE - The Difference and Other Poems.
ARC93763: JOHN MONTAGUE. - Death of a Chieftain and Other Stories.
SPE90537: EUGENIO MONTALE. - The Collected Poems of Eugenio Montale 1925-1977. Translated by William Arrowsmith and edited with an introduction by Rosanna Warren.
ARC93247: HENRY DE MONTHERLANT. - Lament for the Death of an Upper Class. Translated from the French of 'Les Célibataires' by Thomas McGreevy.
BC16400: T.STURGE MOORE - The Sea is Kind. Poems.
BC15983: MARIANNE MOORE - A special Marianne Moore issue of the periodical 'Sagetrieb. A Journal Devoted to Poets in the Imagist / Objectivist Tradition'. Vol. 6, No. 3, winter 1987. Edited by Carroll F.Terrell and guest-edited by Celeste Goodridge.
BC18045: HENRY MOORE. - Henry Moore. 80/80. The catalogue of a 1978 exhibition at Thomas Gibson Fine Art to celebrate Henry Moore's eightieth birthday.
BC15747: HENRY MOORE - Henry Moore. The catalogue of a 1985 exhibition of Henry Moore drawings at the Waddington Galleries.
BC13347: BRIAN MOORE - The Mangan Inheritance. A novel.
BC12840: HUBERT MOORE - Namesakes. Poems. (SIGNED)
ARC93913: CONSTANTINE FITZGIBBON (writing as 'Constantine Fitz Gibbon'). Henry Moore. - The Blitz. With drawings by Henry Moore.
ARC93125: THOMAS STORY. Emily E.Moore. - Travelling with Thomas Story. The Life and Travels of an Eighteenth-Century Quaker. With an introduction by Rufus M.Jones. (INSCRIBED)
ARC92630: T.STURGE MOORE - The Vinedresser and Other Poems.
ARC92352: BRIAN MOORE - Judith Hearne. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93531: JOHN C.MOORE. - Tramping Through Wales. In Search of the Red Dragon.
19680: BRIAN MOORE - Lies of Silence. A novel.
BC18252: GEORGE MOORE. - A Communication to my Friends.
BC18051: MARIANNE MOORE. - The Poems of Marianne Moore. Edited and with an introduction by Grace Schulman.
BC18573: ALAN MOOREHEAD. - The White Nile.
ARC93532: PAUL MORAND. - Open All Night. Translated into English by H.B.V. [i.e.Vyvyn Beresford Holland; the second son of Oscar Wilde]. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
JH900071: GOTTLOB MORÉ. - Dresden Types 1895
BC17986: ERNEST HEMINGWAY. Peter Moreira. - Hemingway on the China Front. His WWII Spy Mission with Martha Gellhorn.
BC16605: COLE MORETON. - Hungry for Home. Leaving the Blaskets: A Journey from the Edge of Ireland.
BC18290: DEWI MORGAN. - Phoenix of Fleet Street. 2,000 Years of St. Bride's. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93592: STANLEY MORISON. - German Incunabula in the British Museum. One Hundred & Fifty-Two Facsimile Plates of Fine Book-Pages from Presses of Germany, Germany-Switzerland and Austria-Hungary Printed in the Fifteenth Century in Gothic Letter and Derived Fonts. With an introduction by Stanley Morison.
15050: STANLEY MORISON. - The Typographic Arts [and The Art of Printing]. Two Lectures.
19851: IRIS MORLEY and PAUL HOGARTH - Here's Hampton Court. The Intelligent Visitor's Guide. With drawings by Paul Hogarth.
SPE90414: MICHAEL MORPURGO. - War Horse. A novel. With drawings by George Butler. (SIGNED)
BC18522: MICHAEL MORPURGO. - Private Peaceful. (INSCRIBED)
BC16830: WILLIAM MORRIS, HOLMAN HUNT, WILLIAM ROTHENSTEIN &c. - Fourteen Addresses Delivered to Students of the Birmingham Municipal School of Art now the College of Arts and Crafts, Margaret Street 1892-1924.
MA0060: JAMES MORRIS. - The Pax Britannica Trilogy. Complete in three volumes comprising Pax Britannica. The Climax of an Empire [and] Heaven's Command. An Imperial Progress [and] Farewell the Trumpets. An Imperial Retreat.
BC12299: EDWIN ARLINGTON ROBINSON. Lloyd Morris. - The Poetry of Edwin Arlington Robinson. An Essay in Appreciation. With a bibliography by W.van R.Whitall.
ARC93556: WILLIAM MORRIS. - The Defence of Guenevere and Other Poems.
ARC93393: JOHN E.MORRIS. - The Welsh Wars of Edward I. A Contribution to Mediaeval Military History, Based on Original Documents.
MA0061: JAMES MORRIS. - Venice.
BC17509: JAMES MORRIS. - Cities.
BC18428: TONI MORRISON. - A Mercy. A novel.
BC16801: BLAKE MORRISON. (Philip Larkin interest). - The Movement. English Poetry and Fiction of the 1950s.
BC14000: BLAKE MORRISON - Dark Glasses. Poems. (SIGNED)
ARC93053: STANLEY MORRISON - The Fleuron. A Journal of Typography. Edited by Stanley Morrison.
SPE90325: JOHN MORTIMER. - Rumpole à la Carte. (INSCRIBED)
BC16463: JOHN MORTIMER - Rumpole Rests his Case. (INSCRIBED)
BC10985: JOHN MORTIMER. - Like Men Betrayed. (SIGNED)
ARC93413: JOHN MORTIMER. - Rumming Park. A Comedy.
ARC92361: JOHN MORTIMER - Charade. A novel.
BC17341: JOHN MORTIMER. - Where These's a Will. A memoir. (SIGNED)
ARC91335: JOHN MORTIMER - Like Men Betrayed.
18181: JOHN BETJEMAN. I.D.Mortimer. - An Anthology of the Home Counties. Edited by J.D.Mortimer, and with a five-page introduction by John Betjeman.
ARC91864: J.B.MORTON (i.e. 'Beachcomber'). - 1933 and Still Going Wrong! With drawings by Nicholas Bentley. (THE DEDICATION COPY)
19828: DAVID DOUGLAS. William Morwood. - Traveler in a Vanished Landscape. The Life and Times of David Douglas, Botanical Explorer. With 25 line drawings and maps.
ARC93394: CHARLES MOSELEY. - A Century of Emblems. An Introductory Anthology.
BUL90350: WALTER MOSLEY. - Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned.
BUL90349: WALTER MOSLEY. - Gone Fishin'. An Easy Rawlins novel.
17363: OSWALD MOSLEY - What Chance of Peace? Reprinted from "The Union".
BUL90911: STIRLING MOSS. - A Turn at the Wheel. Illustrated with photographs.
ARC92740: R.W.MOSS. - Wartime Memories 1914-18. Poems.
BC15848: PHILIP LARKIN. Andrew Motion - Philip Larkin. A Writer's Life.
BC14001: ANDREW MOTION - Selected Poems 1976-1997. (SIGNED)
BC12631: ANDREW MOTION - Famous for the Creatures. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC12002: ANDREW MOTION - The Cinder Path. Poems.
BC11533: ANDREW MOTION. - Dangerous Play. Poems 1974-1984.
ARC92383: ANDREW MOTION - Goodnestone. A Sequence. (SIGNED)
SPE90527: ANDREW MOTION. - Laurels and Donkeys. Poems.
BC15756: R.H.MOTTRAM - To Hell with Crabb Robinson. (INSCRIBED).
ARC92553: HENRI DANIEL-ROPS. [R.H.Mottram]. - Le Vent Dans la Nuit. Avec un portrait de l'auteur par Marcel Mergier. Gravé sur bois bar G.Aubert. [The Wind in the Night. With a portrait of the author by Marcel Mergier, engraved on wood bar G.Aubert]. (INSCRIBED)
ARC92805: MAURICE EDELMAN. Charles Mozley. - Disraeli in Love. A novel. With decorations and dust wrapper design by Charles Mozley. (INSCRIBED)
BC17711: GEORGE MPANGA (writing at 'George The Poet'). - Search Party. Poems. (WITH SIGNED SLIP)
BC18533: LOUIS MUCCIOLO. - Can You Hear the Saguaros Talking? (SIGNED)
BC15005: BERNARD MUDDIMAN. (Aubrey Beardsley interest). - The Men of the Nineties. [Being a Note on some of the Writers of that Period].
16811: BERNARD MUDDIMAN. (Aubrey Beardsley interest). - The Men of the Nineties. [Being a Note on some of the Writers of that Period]
17918: EDWIN MUIR - The Marionette.
14226: CHARLES S.MUIR - A Trip to Polaris; or 264 Trillion Miles in an Aeroplane. With plans and illustrations.
10068: EDWIN MUIR. - We Moderns: Enigmas and Guesses.
BC15910: PAUL MULDOON - Plan B. Poems. With photographs by Norman McBeath. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BUL92256: PAUL MULDOON. - Moy Sand and Gravel. Poems.
BC13592: PAUL MULDOON - Plan B. Poems. With photographs by Norman McBeath.
BC13238: PAUL MULDOON - Medley for Morin Khur. Poems. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC13219: PAUL MULDOON - Horse Latitudes. Poems.
ARC93859: PAUL MULDOON. - New Weather. Poems. (SIGNED)
BUL90507: JUAN MUÑOZ - Double Bind at the Tate Modern. Published to accompany a 2001-02 Turbine Hall exhibition at the Tate Modern.
BC12225: SAKI [H.H.MUNRO]. - Reginald. Stories.
ARC90833: SAKI / H.H.MUNRO - The Toys of Peace and Other Papers.
SPE90547: HARUKI MURAKAMI. - Killing Commendatore. A novel. Translated from the Japanese by Philip Gabriel and Ted Goossen.
14684: CHRISTIAN MURCIAUX - The Unforsaken. A novel of the Spanish Civil War. Translated from the French of 'Notre-Dame des Desempares' by Peter Wiles
ARC93790: IRIS MURDOCH. - Reynolds Stone. An address given by Iris Murdoch in St. James's Church Piccadilly, London on 20 July 1979. (SIGNED)
BC15849: IRIS MURDOCH - The Red and the Green. A novel.
BC15802: IRIS MURDOCH - A Severed Head. A novel.
BC15548: IRIS MURDOCH - Nuns and Soldiers. A novel.
BC17993: IRIS MURDOCH - contributes her story 'Something Special' to the anthology Winters Tales 3.
BC10090: IRIS MURDOCH - is the subject of Roy Morrell's lengthy analysis 'Iris Murdoch - the Early Novels' contributed to an issue of the periodical 'Critical Quarterly'. Vol. 9, no. 3, autumn 1967.
ARC93972: IRIS MURDOCH - contributes four poems to Poet Venturers. A Collection of Poems Written by Bristol School Boys and Girls. With a foreword by W.H.Auden.
BC18498: OSCAR MURILLO. - Frequencies. Edited by Clara Dublanc.
ARC93708: DERVLA MURPHY. - A Place Apart.
19806: YVOR WINTERS. Francis Murphy - Yvor Winters. Uncollected Essays and Reviews. Edited and with an introduction by Francis Murphy.
ARC93709: DERVLA MURPHY. - Cameroon with Egbert. (SIGNED)
BC15750: D.L.MURRY. - Come Like Shadows. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC12060: CHARLES M.DOUGHTY. [John Middleton Murry] - Mansoul, or The Riddle of the World. [A poem].
ARC93231: JOHN MIDDLETON MURRY. - The Evolution of an Intellectual.
9922515: JOHN MIDDLETON MURRY - The Conquest of Death. Featuring his translation of Benjamin Constant's 'Adolphe'.
BC17759: JOHN MIDDLETON MURRY. - Katherine Mansfield and Other Literary Studies. With a foreword by T.S.Eliot.
12739: W.GRANT MUTER - The Buildings of an Industrial Community: Coalbrookdale and Ironbridge.
SPE90575: E.C.W.MYERS. - Greek Entanglement.
BC16904: ELIZABETH MYERS. - Mrs. Christopher. A novel.
BC14878: L.H.MYERS. - The Pool of Vishnu. A novel.
17367: ELIZABETH MYERS - The Letters of Elizabeth Myers. Edited with notes and a biographical introduction by her husband, Littleton C.Powys.
13862: L.H.MYERS - The Pool of Vishnu. A novel.
BC14637: JULIE MYERSON - Sleepwalking.
ARC93233: VLADIMIR NABOKOV. - Nabokov. Criticism, Reminiscences, Translations and Tributes. Edited by Alfred Appel Jr., and Charles Newman.
ARC91309: MAURICE NADEAU - The History of Surrealism. Translated from the French of 'Histoire du Surréalisme' by Richard Howard and with an introduction by Roger Shattuck.
BC18532: LÁSZLÓ MOHOLY-NAGY. - László Moholy-Nagy. Color in Transparency. Photographic Experiments in Color 1934-1946.
BC13960: V.S.NAIPAUL - The Mimic Men.
ARC92707: V.S.NAIPAUL. - Half a Life. A novel. (SIGNED)
SPE0255: V.S.NAIPAUL. - A House for Mr. Biswas. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC17706: N.K.NAPIER. - Seaview; or The Secret Formula. A Thrilling Story of Adventure and Mystery. (INSCRIBED)
HUN0144: PAUL NASH. - Paul Nash. Paintings, Watercolours and Graphic Work. The catalogue of a 1980 exhibition at York City Art Gallery and Blond Fine Art Ltd.
HUN0124: PAUL NASH AND JOHN NASH. - Oil Paintings and Watercolours. The catalogue of a 1978 exhibition at Blond Fine Art.
BC16070: JOHN NASH. - Views of the Royal Pavilion. With an introduction by Gervase Jackson-Stops.
BC14526: GEORGE NASH - Upstream and Other Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC14376: DAVID NASH - David Nash at Kew Gardens
BC11208: PAUL NASH. - Paul Nash 1989-1946. Paintings, Watercolours and Drawings. The catalogue of a 1948 Tate Gallery Memorial Exhibition.
ARC92736: PAUL NASH - Outline. An Autobiography and Other Writings. With a preface by Herbert Read. (INSCRIBED)
ARC92329: ROBERT GRAVES. Paul Nash. - Welchman's Hose. Poems. With wood engravings by Paul Nash.
99306: OGDEN NASH - The Private Dining-Room and Other New Verses.
20119: PAUL NASH. - The Wood-Engravings of Paul Nash. A catalogue of the wood engravings, pattern papers, etchings and an engraving on copper. Compiled by Jeremy Greenwood.
16820: OGDEN NASH - The Primrose Path. Verse. With drawings by [Otto] Soglow.
ARC93617: JOHN NASH. - Friends. Being a Few Appreciations with Examples of Type and a Miscellany of Illustrations.
JUL90423: DAVID NASH. - An extensive printed archive of work by the noted wood sculptor.
ARC93249: MICHAEL AYRTON. Thomas Nashe. - Summer's Last Will and Testament. A Masque for Orchestra, Chorus, and Baritone Solo, to Words Taken from the Pleasant Comedy of that Name Written in 1593 by Thomas Nashe. With music by Constance Lambert and six full-page black and white drawings and a half-title device by Michael Ayrton.
9534: ROBERT NATHAN - Road of Ages.
KP90811: BILL NAUGHTON. - On the Pig's Back. An Autobiographical Excursion [and] Saintly Bill. A Catholic Boyhood.
BC14985: FRANCIS M.NAUMAN with BETH VENN - Making Mischief: Dada Invades New York.
BC15062: FRANCIS M.NAUMANN - New York Dada 1915-23.
SPE0267: ANNA NEAGLE. - Anna Neagle Says 'There's Always Tomorrow'. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91423: PETER NEAGOE. - Americans Abroad. An anthology. Edited and with a foreword by Peter Neagoe.
19308: V.A.NEATHERWAY. - Return to the Battlefields.
BC14876: EUGENE O'NEILL - Beyond the Horizon and Gold. Two Plays.
ARC92006: EUGENE O'NEILL. - Thirst. And Other One Act Plays.
20139: E.NESBIT. - Ballads and Lyrics of Socialism 1883-1908.
ARC90430: P.H.NEWBY. - Agents and Witnesses. A novel.
BUL92282: RONALD BLYTHE. Mary Newcomb. - Talking to the Neighbours. Conversations From a Country Parish. With illustrations by Mary Newcomb.
BUL92283: RONALD BLYTHE. Mary Newcomb. - Borderland. With illustrations by Mary Newcomb.
BC18534: MARC NEWSON. - Marc Newson. A monograph.
BC13996: VIRGINIA WOOLF. Deborah Newton - Virginia Woolf.
BC17189: ROBERT NICHOLS. - Under the Yew; or The Gambler Transformed.
ARC93308: ROBERT NICHOLS. - Invocation: War Poems and Others.
17370: PETER NICHOLS - Diaries 1969-1977.
BC17672: BEN NICHOLSON. - Ben Nicholson. A catalogue of an exhibition.
DB0020: WINIFRED NICHOLSON. - Winifred Nicholson. A Cumbrian Perspective.
19282: HELMUT NICKEL. - Arms and Armour through the Ages. Illustrated with photographs by Bruce Pendleton.
BC18003: ADAM NICOLSON. - Sissinghurst: An Unfinished History. (SIGNED)
19936: HAROLD NICOLSON. - Diaries and Letters 1930-1964. Edited and condensed by Stanley Olson, with an introduction by Nigel Nicolson.
BC18607: LORINE NIEDECKER - contributes three poems to the anthology New Directions in Prose and Poetry. Number Eleven. Edited by Jams Laughlin.
BC11728: ANAÏS NIN. - Journal of a Wife. The Early Diary of Anaïs Nin 1923-1927. With a preface by Joaquin Nin-Culmell.
SPE90526: ANAÏS NIN. - Trapeze. The Unexpurgated Diary of Anaïs Nin 1947-1955. Edited with a preface by Paul Herron, and with an introduction by Benjamin Franklin V.
16709: WILLIAM FRITH. Aubrey Noakes - William Frith. Extraordinary Victorian Painter. A biographical & critical essay. With numerous illustrations and plates, some in colour.
BC12450: SAMUEL JOHNSON. David Nokes. - Samuel Johnson. A Life.
BC12853: GLADYS NOLAN - Ghosts in the Garden. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
20228: C.H.NORMAN. - The Revolutionary Spirit in Modern Literature and Drama and the Class War in Europe, 1918-36.
17168: CHARLES DICKENS. Norman & Jeanne MacKenzie - Dickens. A Life. With illustrations.
BC16829: WYNDHAM LEWIS. Tom Normand - Wyndham Lewis. The Artist. Holding the Mirror Up To Politics.
BC17327: CLAIRE NORTH. - The End of the Day. A novel.
ARC90890: COLIN STIMPSON. The Duchess of Northumberland. - The Poison Diaries. Superbly illustrated by Colin Stimpson. (SIGNED)
SPE90541: KAZIMIERZ NOWAK. - Across the Dark Continent. Bicycle Diaries from Africa 1931-1936. Collected, edited and prefaced by Lukasz Wierzbicki and translated from the Polish by Ida Naruszewicz-Rodger.
BC15446: ROBERT NYE - Doubtfire. A novel.
ARC92886: ROBERT NYE - Faust. A novel. (DEDICATION COPY)
BC16433: JOYCE CAROL OATES. - The Poisoned Kiss and Other Stories from the Portuguese.
BC18468: JOYCE CAROL OATES. - You Must Remember This. A novel.
ARC93834: WILLIAM OF OCKHAM. - The De Imperatorum et Pontificum Potestate of William of Ockham. Edited by C.Kenneth Brampton.
BC17494: ARCHITECTURE. Joan Ockman and Salomon Frausto. - Architourism. Edited by Joan Ockman and Salomon Frausto.
ARC93649: ROBIN ODELL. - Exhumation of a Murder. The Life and Trial of Major Armstrong. With research by J.H.H.Gaute and H.B.Trumper, and a foreword by Edgar Lustgarten. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93262: BEN OKRI. - Flowers and Shadows. A novel.
BC16998: ANTONIO OLINTO. - The Glass Throne. A novel. Translated from the Portuguese by Richard Chappell. (INSCRIBED)
BC17846: LAURENCE OLIVER. - The Secret Image. A novel.
BC15880: JEROEN OLYSLAEGERS - Will. A novel. Translated from the Dutch of 'Wil' by David Colmer.
15846: F.D.OMMANNEY. - South Latitude. (SIGNED)
BC14537: MICHAEL ONDAATJE - Anil's Ghost. (SIGNED)
BC13069: MICHAEL ONDAATJE - Handwriting. Poems.
ARC93973: MICHAEL ONDAATJE. - Aardvark (for the memory of Emma Peel). (INITIALLED BY THE AUTHOR)
19843: REV. ISAAC TAYLOR OF ONGAR. - Scenes in America. For the Amusement and Instruction of Little Tarry-At-Home Travellers. With a new preface and engravings by the author.
ARC91940: OLIVER ONIONS - The Compleat Bachelor. A novel.
ARC93703: BARONESS ORCZY. - His Majesty's Well-Beloved. An Episode in the Life of Mr. Thomas Betterton as Told by His Friend John Honeywood. A novel.
ARC93934: IRIS ORIGO. - Allegra. (INSCRIBED)
BC12156: RICHARD A.VAN ORMAN - The Explorers. Nineteenth Century Expeditions in Africa and the American West.
ARC93302: GRAHAM SUTHERLAND. John Ormond. - Graham Sutherland, O.M. A Memorial Address.
BUL90887: F.M.ORTAS. - Fifty Centimos. A novel. Translated from the Spanish by Christopher Martin.
ARC91680: JOE ORTON - Entertaining Mr. Sloane. A Comedy.
20243: JOE ORTON. - Crimes of Passion. Two plays: The Ruffian on the Stair and The Erpingham Camp.
SPE90572: GEORGE ORWELL. - Down and Out in Paris and London.
SPE90458: GEORGE ORWELL. - The English People.
ARC93244: GEORGE ORWELL. - Critical Essays.
BC10992: JOHN OSBORNE AND ANTHONY CREIGHTON - Epitaph for George Dillon. A play in three acts.
GM90131: EDWARD OSLER. - The Life of Admiral Viscount Exmouth.
ARC92977: WILLIAM O'SULLIVAN - A Miracle of Learning. Studies in Manuscripts and Irish Learning. Essays in Honour of William O'Sullivan. Edited by Toby Barnard, Dáibhí Ó Cróinín and Katharine Simms. (INSCRIBED, WITH ALS)
BC11417: WILFRED OWEN. Harold Owen. - Journey From Obscurity. Wilfred Owen 1893-1918. Childhood. The first volume of Harold Owen's memoir of the Owen Family.
ARC93442: GORONWY OWEN. - The Letters of Goronwy Owen (1723-1769). Newly translated, edited and with an introduction by J.H.Davies.
JUL90387: HENRY MOORE. William Packer. - Henry Moore. An illustrated biography. Extensively illustrated with photographs by Gemma Levine.
BUL90812: MARCEL PAGNOL - The Time of Love. Translated from the French by Eileen Ellenbogen.
SPE90407: CHUCK PALAHNIUK. - Fight Club. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93236: GRACE PALEY. - The Little Disturbances of Man. Stories.
ARC93212: CHARLES DICKENS. Samuel Palmer. - Pictures from Italy. With woodcuts by Samuel Palmer.
ARC91970: ROBERT GIBBINGS. Herbert Palmer. - The Roving Angler. With wood engravings by Robert Gibbings.
ARC91060: HERBERT EDWARD PALMER - The Judgement of François Villon. A Pageant-Episode in Five Acts. (SIGNED)
ARC90492: HERBERT EDWARD PALMER. - The Judgement of François Villon. A Pageant-Episode in Five Acts.
17934: SAMUEL PALMER, David Cecil - Visionary & Dreamer. Two Poetic Painters: Samuel Palmer & Edward Burne-Jones. With nearly 70 illustrations
BC16421: ORHAN PAMUK. - Istanbul. Memories of a City. Translated from the Turkish by Maureen Freely.
BC15981: ORHAN PAMUK - The New Life. A novel. Translated from the Turkish of 'Yeni Hayat' by Güneli Gün.
BC14471: ORHAN PAMUK - The Naïve and the Sentimental Novelist. The Charles Eliot Norton Lectures, 2009. Translated from the Turkish by Nazim Dikbas.
BC17111: DOUGLAS LE PAN. - The Wounded Prince and Other Poems. With an introduction by C.Day-Lewis.
SFC0006: EDUARDO PAOLOZZI. - Eduardo Paolozzi. Archaeology of a Used Future. Sculpture 1946-1959. With text by Peter Selz and John-Paul Stonard, and photographs by David Farrell.
SFC0002: EDUARDO PAOLOZZI. - Italian Postwar Sculpture. Edited by Carolyn H.Miner and with an essay, 'Italian Postwar Sculpture: The Figurative and the Abstract', by Francesca Pola.
15864: EDITH PARGETER. - The Marriage of Meggotta.
BC18006: JOHN MINTON. Geoffredo Parise. - The Priest Among the Pigeons. Translated from the Italian of 'Il Prete Bello' by Stuart Hood and with a dust wrapper design by John Minton.
DB0072: H.E.BATES. Agnes Miller Parker. - Through the Woods. The English Woodland - April to April. With seventy-three wood engravings by Agnes Miller Parker.
ARC91980: DOROTHY PARKER - After Such Pleasures.
19595: HARRY PARKES - The Man Who Would Like to Marry.
BC17558: MARTIN PARR. - Signs of the Times. The catalogue of an exhibition. (SIGNED)
15892: PRE-RAPHAELITES. Leslie Parris (Editor) - Pre-Raphaelite Papers. Edited by Leslie Parris. With many illustrations.
ARC91445: CLERE PARSONS - Poems.
ARC92854: ERIC PARTRIDGE - Pirates, Highwaymen and Adventurers. An anthology, edited with an introduction by Eric Partridge.
16443: JULIA STRACHEY. Frances Partridge. - Julia. A Portrait by Herself.
BC12912: FRANZ MARC. Susanna Partsch - Franz Marc 1880-1916. A monograph, translated from the German by Karen Williams.
BC18578: RUDOLF C.SLATIN PASHA. - Fire and Sword in the Sudan. A Personal Narrative of Fighting and Serving the Dervishes 1879-1895. Translated by Colonel F.R.Wingate.
BUL92175: P.M.PASINETTI. - Venetian Red. A novel. Translation from the Italian of 'Rosso Venezian' by the author.
BC18434: GILBERT & GEORGE. [i.e. Gilbert Prousch and George Passmore]. - Gilbert & George. The catalogue of a 1994 exhibition at Museo d'Arte Moderna, Lugano. (INSCRIBED)
BC15024: JOHN DOS PASSOS - State of the Nation. With illustrations by F.Strobel.
BC15025: JOHN DOS PASSOS - Brazil on the Move.
BUL90116: BORIS PASTERNAK. - Poems. Translated from the Russian by L.Slater [i.e. Pasternak's sister] and with a foreword by Hugh MacDiarmid.
BC17705: BARBARA MOORE-PATALEEWA. - I am a Women from Soviet Russia.
ARC93303: KENNETH PATCHEN - The Teeth of the Lion. Poems.
KP90350: JANET PATE. - The Book of Spies and Secret Agents.
ARC92853: WALTER PATER - Marius the Epicurean. His Sensations and Ideas. A novel. Complete in two volumes.
BC13050: DON PATERSON - God's Gift to Women. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC11456: DEREK PATMORE. - Private History. An autobiography.
ARC92353: COVENTRY PATMORE (published anonymously). - The Angel in the House. Complete in two volumes comprising 'The Betrothal' and 'The Espousals'.
991226: DEREK PATMORE - Portrait of My Family. (INSCRIBED)
BC16442: ALAN PATON. - Knocking on the Door. Shorter Writings. Selected, edited and with an introduction by Colin Gardner. (SIGNED)
BC15794: ALAN PATON. - Debbie Go Home and Other Stories. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC17983: ELLIOT PAUL. - Linden on the Saugus Branch.
MA0034: FRANK KAFKA. Ernst Pawel. - The Nightmare of Reason. A Life of Franz Kafka.
DB0081: WYNDHAM PAYNE. - Town & Country. A Collection of Designs and Decorations by William Payne. With a preface by Cyril W.Beaumont.
BC17141: OCTAVIO PAZ. (Charles Tomlinson, Elaine Feinstein, Omar S.Pound, Miles Burrows, Daniel Weissbort, John James, Anthony Rudolf & Richard Burns). - An Octave for Octavio Paz. Edited by Anthony Rudolf and Richard Burns. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
17938: OCTAVIO PAZ - Alternating Current. Essays and texts. Translated from the Spanish by Helen R.Lane.
ARC91300: MERVYN PEAKE - Ride a Cock-Horse and Other Nursery Rhymes. With illustrations by Mervyn Peake.
ARC91009: MERVYN PEAKE - Captain Slaughterboard Drops Anchor.
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19762: FRANK HARRIS. Robert Brainard Pearsall. - Frank Harris.
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BC14963: DAVID P.PEELER. - Hope Among Us Yet. Social Criticism and Social Solace in Depression America.
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