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19732: APPLIED PHOTOGRAPHY NO.10 - Applied Photography 10: Photography at the Fair. October 1934.
SPE0274: ALAN ABEL. - The Confessions of a Hoaxer. (INSCRIBED)
BC13195: REX WHISTLER. Christabel Aberconway - The Story of Mr Korah. With illustrations by Rex Whistler.
BC15647: LASCELLES ABERCROMBIE. - The Sale of Saint Thomas. A verse-play.
JUL90419: MARINE ABRAMOVIC, ART IN RUINS, JAMES CASEBERE, BILL CULBERT, KEN LUM, THOMAS RUFF, KRZYSZTOF WODICZKO &c. - Art Cliché. The catalogue of a 1986-87 exhibition at Victoria Miro Gallery, London.
BUL92120: DANNIE ABSE. - Ash on a Young Man's Sleeve. A novel.
BC14011: DANNIE ABSE - Collected Poems 1948-1976. (SIGNED)
BC13877: DANNIE ABSE - A Strong Does of Myself. (INSCRIBED)
ARC92790: EDWARD THOMAS. Dannie Abse. - Modern Poets in Focus: 1. Edited by Dannie Abse.
ARC92007: DANNIE ABSE - edits and introduces the first (and only) issue of the periodical 'Verse'. No. 1. Winter 1947.
19556: DANNIE ABSE - Way Out in the Centre. Poems. (SIGNED)
19557: DANNIE ABSE - Walking Under Water. Poems. (SIGNED)
16570: DANNIE ABSE - Three Questor Plays. (SIGNED)
KP90481: DANNIE ABSE - Funland and Other Poems.
KP90482: DANNIE ABSE - Way Out in the Centre. Poems.
KP90483: DANNIE ABSE - Ask the Bloody Horse. Poems.
KP90484: DANNIE ABSE - Remembrance of Crimes Past. Poems 1986-1989.
KP90485: DANNIE ABSE - Welsh Retrospective. Poems.
SPE90242: DANNIE ABSE - The Poetry of Dannie Abse. Critical Essays and Reminiscences. Edited and with an introduction by Joseph Cohen. (SIGNED)
BC17147: DYLAN THOMAS. John Ackerman. - Dylan Thomas. His Life and Work.
BC16519: PETER ACKROYD. - Dressing Up. Transvestism and Drag: The History of an Obsession.
ARC93410: PETER ACKROYD. - The Great Fire of London. A novel.
ARC92935: PETER ACKROYD - Notes for a New Culture. An Essay on Modernism.
ARC91117: PETER ACKROYD - Country Life. Poems
20168: PETER ACKROYD. - English Music. A novel. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
20095: PETER ACKROYD - First Light. A novel.
20038: PETER ACKROYD - First Light. A novel. (SIGNED)
19923: PETER ACKROYD. - First Light. A novel.
BC17303: PETER ACKROYD. - Hawksmoor. A novel. (SIGNED AND INSCRIBED)
ARC91662: HAROLD ACTON - Tuscan Villas. Lavishly illustrated with photographs by Alexander Zielcke.
15311: NANCY MITFORD. Harold Acton - Nancy Mitford. A Memoir by Harold Acton (largely based upon her letters to the author). With illustrations.
BUL92153: DOUGLAS ADAMS. - Mostly Harmless. Volume five of the Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy series.
BC17128: DOUGLAS ADAMS. - So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish. The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy 4. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93354: PIERRE BOULLE. [Richard Adams]. - The Bridge on the River Kwai. A novel. Translated from the French of 'Le Pont de la Rivière Kwai' by Xan Fielding.
BC17196: DOUGLAS ADAMS. - Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency. A novel.
BC12604: IAIN ADAMSON - The Forgotten Men
BC15512: ST. JOHN ADCOCK - Collected Poems of St. John Adcock.
ARC92584: CHARLES ADDAMS - Drawn and Quartered. With a foreword by Boris Karloff.
BUL90538: ARAVIND ADIGA - Between the Assassinations.
ARC93084: JAMES E.AGATE. - Responsibility. A novel.
ARC93108: JAMES AGEE - Permit Me Voyage. With a foreword by Archibald MacLeish.
991553: JAMES AGEE - The Morning Watch.
BC15134: CONRAD AIKEN. - A special Conrad Aiken issue of the quarterly periodical 'Wake' (formally 'The Harvard Wake'). No. 11. [April] 1952.
BC15133: CONRAD AIKEN - contributes his poem 'The Four Appearances' (the first appearance in print of this four-part poem) to a special American double-issue of the periodical 'Twentieth Century Verse'. No. 12-13. October 1938.
BC13131: CONRAD AIKEN - The Soldier. A poem. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93272: CONRAD AIKEN. John Aiken, Jane Aiken Hodge and Joan Aiken. - Conrad Aiken, Our Father. (INSCRIBED)
ARC90136: CONRAD AIKEN. - Landscape West of Eden.
99067: CONRAD AIKEN - The Soldier. A poem.
ARC92518: WILLIAM HARRISON AINSWORTH - Windsor Castle: An Historical Romance. (THE AUTHOR'S COPY)
BC16625: CHINGIZ AITMATOV. - Mother Earth and Other Stories. Translated from the Russian and with a seventeen-page introduction by James Riordan.
BC14668: CARRY AKROYD. (John Clare interest). - Found in the Fields (and Other Places) (SIGNED)
ARC92086: WALTER PATER. Alastair. - Sebastian Van Storck. With eight illustrations by Alastair and an introduction, 'The Artistry of Alastair', by P.G.Konody.
15315: JEAN ALAZARD - The Florentine Portrait. Translated from the French by Barbara Whelpton. With 32 pages of plates.
19768: EDWARD ALBEE - A Delicate Balance. A play
BC16501: JOSEF ALBERS AND LÁSZLÓ MOHOLY-NAGY. - Albers and Moholy-Nagy. From the Bauhaus to the New World. Edited by Achim Borchardt-Hume.
BC12463: JOSEF ALBERS AND LÁSZLÓ MOHOLY-NAGY. Achim Borchardt-Hume. - Albers and Moholy-Nagy. From the Bauhaus to the New World. Edited by Achim Borchardt-Hume.
BC15395: RICHARD ALDINGTON - contributes his poem 'Dancers' to an issue of the periodical 'Poetry. A Magazine of Verse'. Vol. V, No. 5, February 1915. Edited by Harriet Monroe.
ARC91876: RICHARD ALDINGTON - War and Love (1915-1918).
991564: RICHARD ALDINGTON - Soft Answers.
991566: RICHARD ALDINGTON - Death of a Hero. (VOLUME I ONLY)
991560: RICHARD ALDINGTON - Medallions. From Anyte of Tegea, Meleager of Gadara, The Anacreontea, Latin Poems of the Renaissance. Selected translations.
18120: BRIAN W.ALDISS & HARRY HARRISON (with contributions by Alfred Bester, Damon Knight, Frederik Pohl & Robert Silverberg) - Hell's Cartographers. Some Personal Histories of Science Fiction Writers. Edited and with an introduction by Brian Aldiss and Harry Harrison,
SPE90108: JAMES ALDRIDGE - Heroes on the Empty View. A novel.
BC17302: H.D. [i.e. Hilda Doolittle].Shawn Alfrey. - The Sublime of Intense Sociability. Emily Dickinson, H.D., and Gertrude Stein.
BC16152: T.E.LAWRENCE. John Johnson-Allen. - T.E.Lawrence and the Red Sea Patrol. The Royal Navy's Role in Creating the Legend.
ARC92836: GRANT ALLEN - The African Millionaire. Episodes in the Life of the Illustrious Colonel Clay.
19935: CAPTAIN E.H.LYNN-ALLEN. - Rough Shoot. Some Thoughts for the Owner-Keeper. Illustrated by The Master of Elphinstone [i.e. John Elphinstone].
BC13355: GRAHAM SUTHERLAND. Ronald Alley - Graham Sutherland. The catalogue of a 1982 Tate Gallery exhibition.
BC12395: P.S.ALLFREE - Hawks of the Hadhramaut.
ARC92894: WILLIAM ALLINGHAM - By the Way. Verses, Fragments and Notes by William Allingham. Arranged by Helen Allingham. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93422: DRUMMOND ALLISON. - The Yellow Night. Poems 1940 - 41 - 42 - 43. With a portrait and decorations by David Haughton.
19854: JOHN M.S.ALLISON - Concerning the Education of a Prince. Correspondence of the Princess of Nassau-Saarbruck 13 June - 15 November 1758. Edited and with an Introductory Essay by John M.S.Allison
ARC91850: KENNETH ALLOTT - The Ventriloquist's Doll. Poems.
BC14962: JEFF ALLRED - American Modernism and Depression Documentary.
CAS0125: DAVID ALMOND. - The Fire-Eaters. (SIGNED)
BC15832: A.ALVEREZ. - Night. An Exploration of Night Life, Night Language, Sleep and Dreams. (INSCRIBED)
FP90021: KINGSLEY AMIS. - Bright November. Poems
BUL90783: MARTIN AMIS - The War Against Cliché. Essays and Reviews 1971-2000.
ARC93515: KINGSLEY AMIS (writing as 'Robert Markham'). - Colonel Sun. A James Bond Adventure.
BC10153: KINGSLEY AMIS - contributes his essay 'No More Parades. On Leaving Cambridge' to an issue of the periodical 'Encounter'. Vol. XXII, no. 2, February 1964. Edited by Stephen Spender & Melvin J.Lasky.
ARC93441: KINGSLEY AMIS. - The Evans Country. Poems.
ARC93325: KINGSLEY AMIS. - The Crime of the Century. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC93273: MARTIN AMIS. - Invasion of the Space Invaders. [An Addict's Guide to Battle Tactics, Big Scores and the Best Machines]. With an introduction by Steven Spielberg.
ARC93504: KINGSLEY AMIS. - The Old Devils. A novel. (SIGNED)
ARC92558: KINGSLEY AMIS - is one of a number of contributors to 'For Someone Else's Son'. Extracts and talks for a series broadcast on BBC Woman's Hour, spring 1963.
ARC91327: KINGSLEY AMIS - contributes his two early poems 'Retrospect' and 'Poem for Hilary' to an issue of the periodical 'Mandrake'. Vol. 1, No. 5, October 1947. Edited by Arthur Boyars and John Wain.
ARC93517: KINGSLEY AMIS. - New Maps of Hell. A Survey of Science Fiction.
ARC90416: MARTIN AMIS. - Other People: A Mystery Story.
20221: KINGSLEY AMIS. - [Poems]. The Fantasy Poets Number Twenty-Two.
20089: MARTIN AMIS - Night Train. A novel.
16581: KINGSLEY AMIS - A Case of Samples. Poems 1946-1956.
KP90050: MARTIN AMIS. - Night Train. A novel.
JH900089: P.D'ANCONA AND E.AESCHLIMANN. - The Art of Illumination. An Anthology of Manuscripts from the Sixth to the Sixteenth Century. Translated from the Italian by Alison M.Brown and with additional notes on the plates by Alison Stones.
ARC92960: REX WHISTLER. Hans Andersen. - Fairy Tales and Legends. With drawings by Rex Whistler.
BC15391: SHERWOOD ANDERSON - contributes 'Mid-American Songs', a sequence of six poems all of which were subsequently included in his collection 'Mid-American Chants' (1918), to an issue of the periodical 'Poetry. A Magazine of Verse'. Vol. X, No. 6, September 1917. Edited by Harriet
BC15185: SHERWOOD ANDERSON - A Teller's Story.
BC15184: SHERWOOD ANDERSON - Horses and Men. Tales, Long and Short, from Our American Life.
BC15183: SHERWOOD ANDERSON - Winesburg Ohio. Intimate Histories of Every-day People.
ARC93479: J.REDWOOD ANDERSON. - The Human Dawn. A poem. (INSCRIBED)
19810: M.D.ANDERSON - Design for a Journey
19797: MAXWELL ANDERSON - The Eve of St Mark. A play
BC13845: GEOFF ANDREW - Stranger Than Paradise. Maverick Film-Makers in Recent American Cinema. With a foreword by Gary Oldman.
BC17081: JERZY ANDRZEJEWSKI (writing as 'George Andrzeyevski'). - The Gates of Paradise. A novel. Translated from the Polish of 'Bramy raju' by James Kirkup.
ARC93465: ANONYMOUS - The Love of an Unknown Soldier. Found in a Dug-Out. With a prefatory "explanation" by the publisher, John Lane.
ARC92969: ANONYMOUS. - A Month at the Front. The Diary of an Unknown Soldier.
19953: ANONYMOUS - Picturesque Montreal. With thirty photogravures plates.
19890: ANONYMOUS - Old English Easances. A Text Book
15235: ANONYMOUS, (Great War) - The Absolute Truth. Thirty photographs (many "U.S.Official").
17391: KATHERINE ANNE PORTER [published anonymously] - My Chinese Marriage. By "M.T.F.".
ARC92376: ISABELLE ANSCOMBE - Omega and After. Bloomsbury and the Decorative Arts. With photographs by Howard Grey and a two-page foreword by John Lehmann.
19618: HENRY FUSELI. Frederick Antal - Fuseli Studies. With sixty-four plates.
BC17173: ANTHOLOGY. - A Selection of Poems from Recent Volumes Published by Sidgwick & Jackson.
BC15984: ANTHOLOGY - Sailing To-Morrow's Seas. An Anthology of New Poems. Edited by Maurice Lindsay with an introduction by Tambimuttu.
BC15052: ANTHOLOGY. - New Directions of Prose and Poetry 1936. New Directions Books 1936-1986. A Retrospective Selection. Edited by J.Laughlin.
BC10318: ANTHOLOGY. (Stephen Spender, Edmund Blunden, Alan Ross, Patrick Garland, Norman Nicholson, Stevie Smith, C.Day-Lewis &c.) - New Poems 1954. A P.E.N. Anthology. Edited and with an introduction by Rex Warner, Christopher Hassall and Laurie Lee.
ARC93149: ANTHOLOGY. - Songs For Sale. Edited by E.B.C.Jones.
ARC92933: ANTHOLOGY. - Great Books of Ireland. The Thomas Davis Lectures.
ARC92607: ANTHOLOGY. (Philip Larkin interest). - Springtime. An Anthology of Young Poets and Writers. Edited by G.S.Fraser and Iain Fletcher.
ARC92559: ANTHOLOGY - Some Poems in Wartime.
ARC90694: ANTHOLOGY - A Volunteer Haversack. Containing contributions of certain writers to the Queen's Rifle Volunteer Brigade: The Royal Scots. Edited by Archibald Stodart Walker.
20247: ANTHOLOGY. - Promise of Greatness. The War of 1914-1918. Edited by George A.Panichas and with an introduction by Herbert Read.
9922245: ANTHOLOGY. (Nicholas Moore, Alexander Comfort, J.C.Hall, John Heath-Stubbs &c.) - The Threshold: 1937. An Anthology of Verse and Prose from the Schools of England. Edited by R.W.Moore.
18128: ANTHOLOGY - Sunshine and Shadow. A Book of Cambridge Women's Verse. Edited under the initials "M.S."
KP90162: GUILLAUME APOLLINAIRE. - The Poet Assassinated. Translated from the French by Ron Padgett and with illustrations by Jim Dine.
BC12077: STEVEN APPLEBY (writing as 'Captain J.Star'). - Rockets. A Way of Life. (INSCRIBED)
BUL92046: JAMES REEVES. Edward Ardizzone. - Complete Poems for Children. With illustrations by Edward Ardizzone.
BC15790: REGINALD ARKELL - Colombine, A Fantasy, and Other Verses. With drawings by Frederick Carter. (SIGNED)
ARC92633: JOHN STANHOPE ARKWRIGHT - The Supreme Sacrifice and Other Poems in Time of War. With illustrations by Bruce Bairnsfather, Wilmot Lunt, Louis Raemaekers and L.Raven-Hill.
18133: MICHAEL ARLEN - Babes in the Wood. Stories.
CAS0127: SIMON ARMITAGE - The Unaccompanied. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC15568: SIMON ARMITAGE - The Last Days of Troy. A play. (SIGNED)
BC15565: SIMON ARMITAGE and PETER GILL. - Eclipse [and] Friendly Fire. Two plays. (SIGNED)
ARC93193: SIMON ARMITAGE. - Zoom! Poems. (SIGNED)
ARC92653: SIMON ARMITAGE - Killing Time. A poem. (SIGNED)
ARC93503: CAPTAIN H.C.ARMSTRONG. - On the Run: Escaping Tales. Edited by Captain H.C.Armstrong.
ARC91868: PAUL NASH. Martin Armstrong - Saint Hercules and Other Stories. With drawings by Paul Nash.
ARC93163: MATTHEW ARNOLD - Literature and Dogma. An Essay Towards a Better Appreciation of the Bible.
18135: MATTHEW ARNOLD - Irish Essays and Others.
BUL90518: INDIAN ART. - Contemporary Indian Art Post Independence.
ARC92457: THE SLADE SCHOOL OF FINE ART. - The Quarto. An Artistic Illustrated and Musical Quarterly for 1896. Edited by John Bernard Stoughton Holborn.
18477: SOLDIER ART - Soldier Art. Over 200 plates, several in colour.
13423: ORIENTAL ART - Ancient Chinese Woodblock New Year Prints. Over 140 mostly full-colour plates, with an introduction by Wang Shucun.
BC14163: ROYAL ARTILLERY - An undated Royal Artillery Christmas greetings card
BUL91072: WAR ARTISTS. (Duncan Grant, Leonard Rosoman, Graham Sutherland, John Piper, E.Boye Uden, Edward Ardizzone, Eric Ravilious, R.V.Pitchforth, Carol Weight, Feliks Topolski, Alexander Macpherson, Henry Moore &c.) - WAR ARTISTS. War Pictures by British Artists - Air Raids. No. 4 of the second series.
BC13895: BARBARA JONES. Ruth Artmonsky - A Snapper Up of Unconsidered Trifles. A Tribute to Barbara Jones.
18912: HENRY PURCELL. Dennis Arundell - Henry Purcell. With illustrations and musical examples.
14799: BRIAN ASH - Who's Who in Science Fiction.
ARC91554: C.R.ASHBEE. - Peckover. The Abbotscourt Papers 1904-1931. Edited by C.R.Ashebb and with five handsome full-page coloured illustrations by Reginald Savage.
ARC92880: JOHN ASHBURY - Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror. Poems.
BUL90488: RALPH STEADMAN. Daisy Ashford - Where Love Lies Deepest. With a title-page illustration, sixteen line drawings, mostly full-page or double spread, and a dust wrapper design by Ralph Steadman.
BC12989: ANTHONY ASTBURY - Just to Two of Us. Verse and Prose Poems. Selected by Geoffrey Godbert. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93220: GERTRUDE ATHERTON. - The Bell in the Fog and Other Stories.
BC16480: DIANA ATHILL. - A Florence Diary.
BC16332: DIANA ATHILL - contributes six stories to the anthology New Authors Short Story One.
BC15877: DIANA ATHILL - Stet. A Memoir.
BC16763: KATE ATKINSON - Big Sky. A Jackson Brodie novel. (SIGNED)
ARC91417: HAROLD JONES. M.E.Atkinson. - August Adventure. A Novel for Boys & Girls. With endpapers, title pages, seventeen full-page drawings (three of which have been quite carefully coloured), head and tail pieces and a dust wrapper design by Harold Jones.
BUL92017: MARGARET ATWOOD. - Good Bones.
BUL92014: MARGARET ATWOOD. - The Blind Assassin. A novel.
BC17116: MARGARET ATWOOD. - Stone Mattresses. Nine Tales. (SIGNED)
BC17115: MARGARET ATWOOD. - The Robber Bride. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC17061: MARGARET ATWOOD. - The Testaments. A novel.
BC15869: MARGARET ATWOOD. - Cat's Eye.
BC15785: EDWARD ST. AUBYN - Lost for Words. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC17315: EDWARD ST AUBYN. - Dunbar. A novel. (SIGNED)
BUL91026: W.H.AUDEN. - Epistle to a Godson and Other Poems.
BC17086: W.H.AUDEN - contributes his poem 'Natural Linguistics (for Peter Salus)' the first UK printing of this Auden poem, which was not subsequently collected, to the inaugural issue of the periodical 'Candelabrum. A Magazine of Poetry'. Vol. 1, No. 1, April 1970. Edited by
BC10120: W.H.AUDEN - contributes a tribute to Dag Hammarskjöld, the Swedish economist and author and the only posthumous winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, to an issue of the periodical 'Encounter'. Vol. XVII, no. 5, November 1961. Edited by Stephen Spender and Melvin J.Lasky.
ARC93148: W.H.AUDEN - contributes his poem 'Blues (For Hedli Anderson)' to an issue of the periodical 'New Verse'. No. 25, May 1937.
ARC92620: W.H.AUDEN - For the Time Being.
ARC91236: W.H.AUDEN - Sue. A poem.
18138: THOMAS CAMPION. W.H.Auden - Selected Songs. Selected by W.H.Auden, with introductions by himself and John Hollander.
18136: W.H.AUDEN - The Quarry. A poem. With a musical setting by W.D.Bennett.
18137: W.H.AUDEN - Night Covers Up the Rigid Land. A poem. With a musical setting by Lennox Berkeley.
BUL91073: JEAN M.AUEL - The Clan of the Cave Bear. (PROOF)
BC16731: FRANK AUERBACH. - Paintings and Drawings 1977-1985. British Pavilion, XLII Venice Biennale June-September 1986.
BC16228: EDWARD BAWDEN. Decimus Magnus Ausonius. - Patchwork Quilt. Poems by Decimus Magnus Ausonius, done into English by Jack Lindsay with decorations by Edward Bawden. (INSCRIBED BY EDWARD BAWDEN).
BUL91004: JANE AUSTEN - Sanditon. An Unfinished Novel. Reproduced in facsimile from the manuscript in the possession of Kings College, Cambridge. With an introduction by B.C.Southam.
BC16621: JANE AUSTEN ('and another'). - The Watsons.
14385: ROY CAMPBELL. John Austen. - The Flaming Terrapin. A poem. With a frontispiece by John Austen.
KP90279: PAUL AUSTER. - Timbuktu. A novel.
KP90282: PAUL AUSTER. - Travels in the Scriptorium. A novel.
ARC92936: ANTHOLOGY. A.B.Austin and Norman Wilkinson. - An Angler's Anthology. Collected by A.B.Austin and with drypoint illustrations by Norman Wilkinson. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BUL90226: HUGH CASSON. Diana Avebury. - Zelda and the Corgis. With illustrations by Hugh Casson.
BUL90556: TOM AVERY - Pole Dance. The Story of a Record-Breaking British Expedition to the Bottom of the World. (INSCRIBED)
BUL91012: ANTON CHEKHOV. Lydia Avilov. - Chekhov in the Life. A Love Story. Translated from the Russian and with an introduction by David Magarshack, and with drawings and a dust wrapper design by Lynton Lamb.
20197: SHLOMO AVINERI. - Herzl. Theodor Herzl and the Foundation of the Jewish State.
CAS0089: ALAN AYCKBOURN. - The Norman Conquests. A trilogy of plays.
BC17031: ANGUS WILSON. Michael Ayrton. - The Middle Age of Mrs. Eliot. A novel. With a dust wrapper design by Michael Ayrton.
BC13187: MICHAEL AYRTON AND JOHN ARLOTT - Clausentum. Sonnets by John Arlott accompanied with drawings by Michael Ayrton.
BC11590: MICHAEL AYRTON. - The Midas Consequence. A novel.
ARC93351: DAVID CLEGHORN THOMSON. Michael Ayrton. - . The Hidden Path. Poems 1922-1942. With a drawing by Michael Ayrton. (INSCRIBED, WITH ALS)
ARC91566: MICHAEL AYRTON - A Distraction of Wits Nurtured in Elizabethan Cambridge. An anthology selected and introduced by George Rylands, and with drawings by Michael Ayrton.
HUN0089: ERIC FRASER. Sylvia Backemeyer. - Eric Fraser. Designer and Illustrator. With an essay by Wendy Coates-Smith. (INSCRIBED)
BC16806: BERYL BAINBRIDGE. - Young Adolf. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC14740: BERYL BAINBRIDGE - Injury Time. A novel.
BC14539: BERYL BAINBRIDGE - The Girl in the Polka Dot Dress.
ARC90747: BERYL BAINBRIDGE - Another Part of the Wood.
BC16624: NICHOLSON BAKER. - The Fermata. A novel.
19382: ABRAHAM TREMBLEY. John R.Baker - Abraham Trembley of Geneva. Scientist and Philosopher 1710-1784. Edward
BC17311: NICHOLSON BAKER. - Room Temperature. A novella. (SIGNED)
ARC93055: LÉON BAKST - Esquisses de Décors et de Costumes, Arts, Graphiques, Peintures.
13749: GEORGE BALANCHINE - Portrait of Mr. B. Photographs of George Balanchine with an essay by Lincoln Kirstein and a memoir by Peter Martins. Over 70 photographs, some double-spread.
BC15131: BALLADS - A special ballads number of the periodical 'Twentieth Century Verse'. No. 4. June-July 1937.
BUL90204: J.G.BALLARD. - War Fever. Stories.
BC11514: J.G.BALLARD - contributes the first printing of 'Zodiac 2000', his updating of the signs of the zodiac, to an issue of the quarterly periodical 'Ambit'. No. 75.
BC11462: J.G.BALLARD - contributes his short story 'The Subliminal Man', its first UK book-fork appearance, to the science fiction anthology Window on the Future. Edited by Douglas Hill.
ARC92494: J.G.BALLARD. - The Drowned World. A novel.
SPE0273: J.G.BALLARD. - The Empire of the Sun. A novel.
SPE90163: J.G.BALLARD - contributes the first printing of his twelve-page story 'Tolerances of the Human Face' to an issue of the periodical 'Encounter'. Vol. XXXIII, No. 3, September 1969.
BC16845: IAIN BANKS. - The Crow Road. A novel.
ARC93375: IAIN BANKS. - Whit; or Isis Amongst the Unsaved. A novel.
ARC92986: IAIN BANKS. - The Bridge. A novel. (SIGNED)
ARC92368: JOHN BANVILLE - Doctor Copernicus. A novel.
18145: MOSHE BARASCH - Crusader Figural Sculpture in the Holy Land. Twelfth Century Examples from Acre, Nazareth and Belvoir Castle. With fifty plates of photographs.
CAS0161: PAT BARKER - The Regeneration Trilogy. Comprising her novels 'Regeneration', 'The Eye in the Door' and 'The Ghost Road'. (SIGNED)
BUL92105: PAT BARKER. - Another World. A novel.
BC16475: NICOLA BARKER. - Wide Open. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC15985: A.L.BARKER. - The Gooseboy. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC15132: GEORGE BARKER - contributes a two-page 'Note on Narrative Poetry' to a special 'The Poet and the Public' issue of the periodical 'Twentieth Century Verse'. No. 18. June-July 1939.
BC14044: GEORGE BARKER - The True Confession of George Barker.
BC13141: GEORGE BARKER - In Memory of David Archer. (SIGNED)
BC13083: GEORGE BARKER - Three Poems. Number thirteen of the Mir Poets pamphlets. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC11666: GEORGE BARKER - In Memory of David Archer. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
ARC92317: PAT BARKER - The Regeneration Trilogy. Complete in three volumes comprising 'Regeneration', 'The Eye in the Door' and 'The Ghost Road'.
20017: A.L.BARKER - No Word of Love. Stories.
KP90211: GEORGE BARKER. - Villa Stellar. Poems.
BC14409: SIEGFRIED SASSOON. Peter Barkworth. - Siegfried Sassoon. The Story of a Young Soldier Poet. A programme for the 1987 Apollo Theatre run of a one-man play, written by and starring peter Barkworth.
18146: JULIAN BARNARD - The Decorative Tradition. A study of applied ornament in Victorian building, with numerous illustrations and photographs.
BC13808: JULIAN BARNES - England, England.
BC13811: JULIAN BARNES (writing as 'Dan Kavanagh'). - Fiddle City.
ARC91034: WILLIAM BARNES - Poems of Rural Life in Common English.
20177: JULIAN BARNES (writing as 'Dan Kavanagh'). - Going to the Dogs. A novel.
20175: JULIAN BARNES (writing as 'Dan Kavanagh'). - Duffy. A novel.
20173: JULIAN BARNES. - A History of the World in 10½ Chapters. (SIGNED)
20083: JULIAN BARNES - The Porcupine.
20081: JULIAN BARNES - Cross Channel. Stories.
BC16993: STANLEY BARON. - The Kindness of Strangers. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC16176: T.E.LAWRENCE. James Barr. - Setting the Desert on Fire. T.E.Lawrence and Britain's Secret War in Arabia, 1916-1918.
BC14533: SEBASTIAN BARRY - On Canaan's Side. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC16584: JOHN BARTH. - Sabbatical. A Romance.
19779: LEONARD BASKIN - Iconologia.
BUL92132: H.E.BATES. - Give Them Their Life. The Poetry of H.E.Bates. Edited, with an introduction by Peter Eads, a foreword by Richard Bates and calligraphy and illustrations by Lynne Evans. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC16199: H.E.BATES. - The Vanished World. Autobiography. With illustrations by John Ward.
BC15772: H.E.BATES - Charlotte's Row. A novel.
BC14352: H.E.BATES - The Sleepless Moon. A novel.
BC12713: H.E.BATES. - Cut and Come Again. Stories.
BC12712: H.E.BATES. - The Nature of Love. Three short novels.
BC12699: H.E.BATES - A Love of Flowers. With illustrations by Pauline Ellison.
BC12691: H.E.BATES - The Bride Comes to Evensford. A story.
BC11870: H.E.BATES - contributes his short novel 'The Cruise of the Breadwinner' to an issue of the periodical 'The Cornhill'. No. 967, April 1946.
ARC93480: H.E.BATES. - The Fallow Land. A novel.
ARC93002: H.E.BATES. - Day's End and Other Stories.
ARC92673: H.E.BATES - contributes 'Give them their Life' (the first appearance in print of this fourteen-line poem) to the anthology Air Force Poetry. Edited by John Pudney and Henry Treece.
ARC92445: H.E.BATES. - The Seekers (INSCRIBED)
BC17211: H.E.BATES. - The Scarlet Sword. A novel.
ARC90861: H.E.BATES. - The Last Bread. A play in one act.
20022: H.E.BATES (published anonymously). - There's Freedom in the Air. The Official Story of the Allied Air Forces from the Occupied Countries. Illustrated with photographs.
19323: H.E.BATES. - The Song of the Wren.
17047: H.E.BATES - The Modern Short Story. A Critical Survey.
16183: H.E.BATES - Derriere les Communiques. ['The Greatest People in the World']
12996: H.E.BATES - The Modern Short Story. A Critical Survey.
12999: H.E.BATES - The Day of Glory. A play.
12751: RALPH BATES - The Olive Field. A novel.
18461: WEDGWOOD. Maureen Batkin - Wedgwood Ceramics 1846-1959. A New Appraisal. Most lavishly illustrated, with some colour-plates.
HUN0056: EDWARD BAWDEN. - A folding handbill for a 2009-10 exhibition at Cecil Higgins Art Gallery and Bedford Museum.
HUN0057: EDWARD BAWDEN. - The World of Edward Bawden. The catalogue of a 1973-74 touring exhibition at Victoria Art Gallery.
HUN0055: EDWARD BAWDEN - is the subject of the lengthy cover article 'Edward Bawden: War, Work and Wit' featuring in an issue of the periodical 'Illustration'. Issue 4, summer 2005. Guineapiguana Publications Ltd., 2005.
HUN0047: EDWARD BAWDEN - contributes a two-colour cover illustration to an issue of the weekly magazine 'The Listener and B.B.C. Television Review'. Vol. LXXI, no. 1830. Thursday, April 23, 1964
HUN0051: EDWARD BAWDEN. - Edward Bawden. English as She is Drawn. A Retrospective Exhibition.
HUN0054: EDWARD BAWDEN. - Edward Bawden 1903-1989. A Centenary Celebration. The catalogue of a 2003 exhibition at The Fine Art Society, London.
HUN0044: EDWARD BAWDEN - contributes a two-colour cover illustration to an issue of the weekly magazine 'The Listener and B.B.C. Television Review'. Vol. LXIV, no. 1645. Thursday, October 6, 1960.
HUN0043: EDWARD BAWDEN - contributes a cover illustration to an issue of the weekly magazine 'The Listener and B.B.C. Television Review'. Vol. LXIII, no. 1607. Thursday, January 14, 1960.
BUL90292: EDWARD BAWDEN AND THOMAS HENNELL. - Lady Filmy Fern or The Voyage of the Window Box. A story by Thomas Hennell accompanied by Edward Bawden illustrations. With an introduction by Peggy Skipwith.
15366: NINA BAWDEN - Family Money. (INSCRIBED)
16606: CLIFFORD BAX - Rosemary for Remembrance. Further Reflections and Reminiscences from the Albany.
16607: CLIFFORD BAX - Old King Cole. A play.
18151: JAMES K.BAXTER - Collected Plays. Edited by Howard McNaughton.
16608: GLEN BAXTER - His Life. The Years of Struggle. Drawings and captions.
99104: JOHN BAYLISS - Venus in Libra. (SIGNED)
20249: REV. ROBERT BAYNE. - Historical Sketch of Rickmansworth and the Surrounding Parishes.
ARC93353: VICTORIA STEVENSON. Pauline Baynes. - Clover Magic. With illustrations and a dust wrapper design by Pauline Baynes.
19855: EILEEN HUNTER. Pauline Baynes - Tales of Waybeyond, With illustrations by Pauline Baynes
BC17256: H.BEARDWOOD. - The History of Colfe's Grammar School 1862-1972. Edited by H.Beardwood (then headmaster).
BC16211: CECIL BEATON. - Time Exposure. With commentary and captions by Peter Quennell.
ARC93357: PAUL COHEN-PORTHEIM. Cecil Beaton. - The Spirit of Paris. With a dust wrapper design by Cecil Beaton.
17660: CECIL BEATON - Salisbury. A New Approach to the City and its Neighbourhood. Edited by Hugh Shortt. With architectural photographs by Cecil Beaton.
BC13702: LORD BEAVERBROOK - Men and Power 1917-1918.
BC16785: SAMUEL BECKETT. - All That Fall. A Play for Radio.
KP90696: SAMUEL BECKETT - Watt. A novel.
BC17312: SAMUEL BECKETT. - Echo's Bones. A story. Edited with an introduction by Mark Nixon.
BUL91056: PATRICIA BEER - contributes her poems 'Hans Christian Andersen', 'Bereavement' and 'Poems from Prison' to Poetry Supplement. Compiled by Peter Porter for the Poetry Books Society, Christmas 1980.
BC13121: PATRICIA BEER - Just Like the Resurrection. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC13120: PATRICIA BEER - Loss of the Magyar and Other Poems. (SIGNED)
99106: PATRICIA BEER - Loss of the Magyar and Other Poems.
SPE90111: PATRICIA BEER - The Estuary. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC13861: MAX BEERBOHM - contributes a caricature of Oliver W.F.Lodge to the third issue of the literary magazine The Abinger Chronicle. Vol. 1, No. 3, February 1940.
ARC91495: MAX BEERBOHM - The Dreadful Dragon of Hay Hill.
ARC91136: MAX BEERBOHM - The Works of Max Beerbohm. With a bibliography by John Lane.
ARC91035: MAX BEERBOHM - Zuleika Dobson; or an Oxford Love Story. A novel.
20135: MAX BEERBOHM - Cartoons. 'The Second Childhood of John Bull'.
19335: MAX BEERBOHM. - Lytton Strachey. A lecture.
17050: MAX BEERBOHM - Letters of Max Beerbohm 1892-1956. Edited by Rupert Hart-Davis.
KP90392: BRENDAN BEHAN - The Scarperer. A novel.
BC12461: OSCAR WILDE. Barbara Belford. - Oscar Wilde. A Certain Genius.
BC17033: VIRGINIA WOOLF. Quentin Bell. - Virginia Woolf. A Biography. Complete in two volumes.
BC15595: E.A.BELL. - Poems and a Dream. (INSCRIBED)
ARC92725: NEIL BELL. - Ten Short Stories. (INSCRIBED)
19844: CLIVE BELL - Enjoying Pictures. Meditations in the National Gallery and Elsewhere.
12350: CLIVE BELL - On British Freedom.
12349: CLIVE BELL - Pot-Boilers
BUL90883: FRANCES BELLERBY - Selected Poems. Edited, with an introduction by Charles Causley. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93124: O.R.VASSALL-PHILLIPS. Hilaire Belloc. - The Mustard Tree. An Argument on behalf of the Divinity of Christ. With a preface by R.H.Benson and a sixteen-page epilogue by Hilaire Belloc.
ARC92696: HILAIRE BELLOC - The Highway and Its Vehicles. Edited by Geoffrey Holme.
ARC92695: HILAIRE BELLOC - More Peers. Verses by Hilaire Belloc, and pictures by B.T.B. [i.e. Lord Basil Temple Blackwood].
ARC92694: HILAIRE BELLOC - The Modern Traveller. Verses by H[ilaire] B[elloc] and pictures by B.T.B. [i.e. Lord Basil Temple Blackwood].
ARC91639: HILAIRE BELLOC - The House of Commons and Monarchy.
15376: HILAIRE BELLOC - Avril. Essays on the Poetry of the French Renaissance.
BC10080: SAUL BELLOW - is the subject of two essays: 'Saul Bellow and the Naturalist Tradition' by Malcolm Bradbury and 'The Novels of Saul Bellow' by Geoffrey Rans contributed to an American Literature special issue of the periodical 'A Review of English Literature'. Vol. IV,
ARC91338: SAUL BELLOW - Dangling Man.
ARC92750: ROBIN BENN, ROBERT SMITH, DENNIS BIRCH AND ALAN WHITE. - Poets in Battledress. A Book of War-Time Verse.
CAS0083: ALAN BENNETT. - The Laying On of Hands. A story. (SIGNED)
BC15384: ALAN BENNETT - Keeping On Keeping On.
BC13147: ALFRED GORDON BENNETT - Collected Poems 1920-1930. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91729: ARNOLD BENNETT - Over There. War Scenes on the Western Front.
ARC91640: ALAN BENNETT, PETER COOK, JONATHAN MILLER AND DUDLEY MOORE. - Beyond the Fringe. With an introduction by Michael Frayn.
19788: GEORGE BENNETT - Mannequins (INSCRIBED)
SPE0263: ALAN BENNETT. - Telling Tales. (INSCRIBED)
BC17304: ALAN BENNETT. - The History Boys. A play. (SIGNED)
19677: PETER BENSON - Odo's Hanging
ARC92697: HILAIRE BELLOC. Nicholas Bentley - New Cautionary Tales. Verses by Hilaire Belloc with drawings by Nicholas Bentley.
ARC92499: BARNETT FREEDMAN. Phyllis Bentley. - Colne Valley Cloth. From the Earliest Times to the Present Day. With illustrations by Harold Blackburn, and cover and endpaper designs by Barnett Freedman.
BC12335: ROLOFF BENY - Rajasthan. Land of Kings. With over one hundred splendid colour photographs by Roloff Beny.
17066: MARY BERENSON - Mary Berenson. A Self-Portrait from her Letters & Diaries. Edited by Barbara Strachey & Jayne Samuels.
8835: ELISABETH BERESFORD - The Tovers. With illustrations by Geoffrey Beitz. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93117: JOHN BERGER. - G. A novel.
ARC92446: THOMAS BERGER - Little Big Man. A novel.
ARC93327: ALFRED WALLIS. Sven Berlin. - Alfred Wallis: Primitive.
BC17305: SVEN BERLIN. - I am Lazarus. With eight drawings by the author.
ARC93454: EDWARD ARDIZZONE. Lord Berners. - Incidental Music for the Ealing Studios Film Nicholas Nickleby.
ARC93314: LORD BERNERS. - Percy Wallingford [and] Mr Pidger. Two novellas.
ARC91237: LORD BERNERS - Fugue for Orchestra.
BC10334: LOUIS DE BERNIERES. - Birds Without Wings.
BC10239: LOUIS DE BERNIERES - The Troublesome Offspring of Cardinal Guzman. The third and final volume of the 'Latin America Trilogy'.
ARC90752: LOUIS DE BERNIÈRES - Labels. With vignettes and a cover design by Christopher Wormell. (SIGNED)
13095: LOUIS DE BERNIERES - Labels. With vignette engravings and a cover-design by Christopher Wormell. (SIGNED)
ARC91663: SHELL POSTERS. David Bernstein. - The Shell Poster Book. With an introduction by David Bernstein.
BUL92015: JAMES BERRY. - A Thief in the Village and Other Stories. (SIGNED)
BC15032: JOHN BERRYMAN - Poems.
ARC93395: JOHN BERRYMAN. - Poems.
99590: JOHN BERRYMAN - John Berryman, a checklist. Compiled by Richard J.Kelly with a foreword by William Meredith and an introduction by Michael Berryhill.
18168: STEPHEN CRANE. John Berryman - Stephen Crane.
ARC92849: ALVAH C.BESSIE. - Dwell in the Wilderness. A novel.
BUL90409: RUPERT THE BEAR. Alfred Bestall. - Rupert Adventures Book No. 42.
BC15746: JOHN BETJEMAN - contributes his poem 'The Song of a Cold Wind' to Public School Verse. An Anthology 1924-1925. (PRESENTATION COPY)
BC11291: JOHN BETJEMAN AND JOHN PIPER. - Poems in the Porch. With illustrations by John Piper.
ARC93456: JOHN BETJEMAN. - Ghastly Good Taste; or a Depressing Story of the Rise and Fall of English Architecture. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC93271: JOHN BETJEMAN - contributes his hitherto unprinted poem 'Fruit' to the anthology Moments of Truth: Short Poems by Living Poets.
ARC92879: JOHN BETJEMAN - Old Lights for New Chancels. Verses Topographical and Amatory. (SIGNED)
ARC92649: JOHN BETJEMAN - New Bats in Old Belfries. Poems.
ARC92583: JOHN BETJEMAN AND HUGH CASSON - Sketch Book. A Personal Choice of London Buildings, Drawn 1971-1974. With an introduction by John Betjeman. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC92356: JOHN BETJEMAN AND JOHN PIPER. - Church Poems. With drawings by John Piper. (WITHDRAWN FIRST ISSUE)
ARC92064: JOHN BETJEMAN - St. Mary-Le-Strand. A broadsheet poem.
ARC92040: JOHN BETJEMAN - contributes his poem 'The Song of a Cold World' to Public School Verse. An Anthology. Volume V 1924-1925.
ARC91790: JOHN BETJEMAN - Continual Dew. A Little Book of Bourgeois Verse. With drawings and an elaborate gilt cover-design by Osbert Lancaster.
ARC91601: JOHN BETJEMAN (writing as 'Richard M.Farran'). - Ground Plan to Skyline.
ARC91592: JOHN BETJEMAN (reads). - 'The Dear Old Village', 'Our Padre', 'Indoor Games Near Newbury' and 'Now to Get On in Society'. A 7-inch 45 r.p.m. extended play record.
ARC91583: JOHN BETJEMAN - A catalogue of a 1983 St. Paul's School exhibition of lworks by John Betjeman from the collection of Ray Carter. With an unpublished poem and illustrations by John Piper, Phillida Gili and Glynn Boyd Harte and an introduction by Philip Larkin.
ARC91528: JOHN BETJEMAN - Uncollected Poems. With a foreword by Bevis Hillier. (SIGNED)
ARC91463: JOHN BETJEMAN AND JOHN PIPER - Church Poems. With drawings by John Piper. (WITHDRAWN FIRST STATE)
ARC91257: JOHN BETJEMAN (writing as 'Epsilon'). - Sir John Piers.
ARC91253: JOHN BETJEMAN - Ode on the Marriage of HRH Prince Charles to the Lady Diana Spencer in St. Paul's Cathedral on 29 July 1981. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION PLUS TYPESCRIPT)
9350: WILLIAM PURCELL. John Betjeman - Onward Christian Soldier. A Life of S.Baring-Gould. With an introduction by John Betjeman.
20134: JOHN BETJEMAN - The Order of Service for a wreath-laying to mark the centenary of the birth of Sir John Betjeman in Poet's Corner at Westminster Abbey on Monday August 28 2006.
18186: JULIAN FANE. John Betjeman. - A Letter. With a brief foreword by John Betjeman.
18184: JOHN BETJEMAN - contributes an essay on Jacob Epstein to Twelve Jews. An anthology. Edited with an introduction by Hector Bolitho.
17669: JOHN BETJEMAN - Continual Dew. A Little Book of Bourgeois Verse. With drawings and an elaborate cover-design by Osbert Lancaster.
BC12873: SUJATA BHATT - Point No Point. Selected Poems. (SIGNED)
ARC93211: PRINCESSE BIBESCO - Le Destin de Lord Thomson of Cardington. Suivi de Smaranda par Le Brigadier-Général Lord Thomson of Cardington. With a preface by James Ramsey MacDonald.
19733: JOHN R.BIGGS - An Approach to Type.
BUL90237: JULIAN W.BILBY. - Nanook of the North.
99114: EARLE BIRNEY - Near False Creek Mouth. Poems.
99113: EARLE BIRNEY - The Bear on the Delhi Road. Selected Poems.
BC13846: PIERS BIZONY - 2001. Filming the Future. With a foreword by Arthur C.Clarke.
ARC90731: EDWARD ARDIZZONE. Margaret Black - Three Brothers and a Lady. With thirty-nine colour illustrations by Edward Ardizzone.
BC13517: ELIZABETH BLACKADDER - The catalogue of a touring 1981-82 Scottish Arts Council exhibition.
BC15618: THOMAS BLACKBURN. - For a Child. Poems. Selected by Julia Blackburn. (INSCRIBED BY BLACKBURN'S DAUGHTER)
BC15560: THOMAS BLACKBURN - The Fourth Man. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC12807: THOMAS BLACKBURN - contributes his poems 'Legion' and 'Casa Montini' to an issue of the periodical 'Agenda'. Vol. 20, No. 2, summer 1982.
BUL92026: T.E.LAWRENCE. Charles Blackmore. - In the Footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia.
18521: R.D.BLACKMORE - Slain by the Doones and Other Stories. Attractive pictorial title-page.
14444: R.P.BLACKMUR. - T.S.Eliot. An essay.
14362: R.P.BLACKMUR - Dirty Hands; or The True-Born Censor.
16065: VIRGINIA WOOLF. Bernard Blackstone - Virginia Woolf. A Commentary.
BUL90548: QUENTIN BLAKE - Ten Frogs. Dix Gvenouilles
BC14702: PETER BLAKE - Paris Escapades. With an interview by Marco Livingstone and commentaries by the artist. (SIGNED)
BC17252: WILLIAM BLAKE. - J.M.Q.Davies contributes his lengthy illustrated essay 'Embraces Are Cominglings: Passion and Apocalypse in Blake's Paradise Regained Designs' to an issue of the 'Durham University Journal'. Vol. LXXIV, no. 1, December 1981. Edited by J.W.Blench.
SPE90209: WILLIS HALL. Quentin Blake - The Incredible Kidnapping. With illustrations by Quentin Blake. (INSCRIBED)
SPE0284: MICHAEL BLAKEMORE. - Next Season. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC92827: THOMAS S.BLAKENEY - Sherlock Holmes: Fact or Fiction?
SPE90229: E.H.BLAKENEY - The Axiochus. On Death and Immortality. A Platonic Dialogue. Edited with translations, illustrations and notes by E.H.Blakeney.
CAS0004: ALAN BLEASDALE - Scully. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC93328: EDWARD BAWDEN. Douglas Percy Bliss. - Edward Bawden. A monograph by Douglas Percy Bliss with a full bibliography by Barry McKay. (DELUXE ISSUE; INSCRIBED)
BC13975: HENRY BLOFELD - The Packer Affair. (INSCRIBED)
18194: ROBERT BLOOMFIELD - Poems. With thirteen illustrations by T.S.Cooper, J.C.Horsley &c., engraved by Thurston Thompson.
ARC93165: WILLIAM BLUNDELL - Cavalier. Letters of William Blundell to his Friends 1620-1698. Edited by Margaret Blundell.
ARC92957: WILLIAM BLUNDELL - A Cavalier's Note Book: Being Notes, Anecdotes and Observations of William Blundell, Esquire, Captain of Dragoons Under Major-Gen. Sir Thos. Tildesley, Knt. in the Royalist Army of 1942. Edited, with introductory chapters by T.Ellison Gibson.
BC17084: EDMUND BLUNDEN. - The Bonadventure. A Random Journal of an Atlantic Holiday. With an introductory letter by H.M.Tomlinson, and a drawing by R[alph] H[odgson] on the final text leaf.
BC13160: EDMUND BLUNDEN - Retreat.
ARC93118: EDMUND BLUNDEN - The Shepherd and Other Poems of Peace and War.
11880: EDMUND BLUNDEN - Votive Tablets.
ARC91869: ANTHONY BLUNT - co-edits and contributes to the second issue of the fugitive undergraduate magazine 'The Venture'. February 1929. Edited by Anthony Blunt, H.Romilly Fedden and Michael Redgrave.
19841: FELX MENDELSSOHN. Wilfred Blunt - On Wings of Song. A Biography of Felix Mendelssohn
RB90100: WILFRID SCAWEN BLUNT (under the pseudonym 'Proteus'). - Sonnets and Songs.
BUL91021: F.W.HARVEY. Anthony Boden. - F.W.Harvey. Soldier, Poet.
14831: JOHN SIBERCH. Robert Boes & G.J.Gray. - John Siberch. Bibliographical Notes of the first Cambridge Printer, 1886-1905. With facsimiles of title-pages, colophons &c.
SPE90200: DAVE BOLING - Guernica. A novel.
BC16304: ROBERT BOLT - Flowering Cherry. A play in two acts. (SIGNED)
18528: MELVIN BOLTON - Ethiopian Wildlands. With photographs.
BC16114: BRIAN BOND - The Unquiet Western Front. Britain's Role in Literature and History.
BC15524: EDWARD BOND - The Hidden Plot. Notes on Theatre and the State.
BC15502: EDWARD BOND - The Woman. Scenes from War and Freedom. A play.
ARC93054: MUIRHEAD BONE - The Western Front. Drawings. Part 1, December 1916. With an introduction by General Sir Douglas Haig.
ARC91431: SHELL GUIDE. Stephen Bone - The West Coast of Scotland. Skye to Oban.
BC11067: PIERRE BONNARD. - Pierre Bonnard 1867-1947. The catalogue of a 1966 Royal Academy of Arts exhibition.
BC16346: PHILIP LARKIN. James Booth. - Philip Larkin. Life, Art and Love. A biography.
ARC93158: ALBERT SCHWEITZER. Edwin Prince Booth. - A Tribute on the Ninetieth Birthday of Albert Schweitzer. Edited by Dr. Edwin Prince Booth, Dr. Homer A.Jack, Mrs. Miriam Rogers and Mrs. Robert Alfred Vogt. (SIGNED).
ARC92937: MARY BORDEN - Action for Slander. A novel.
ARC92510: JORGE LUIS BORGES - Labyrinthes. Translated into French by Roger Caillois.
18460: JACQUES LIPCHITZ. Bert Van Bork. - Jacques Lipchitz. The Artist at Work. A photographic monograph, with with dozens of photographs of the sculptor and his work and a critical evaluation of Lipchitz by Dr.Alfred Werner.
20239: JAMES BOSWELL. - On the Profession of a Player. Three essays now first reprinted from The London Magazine (1770).
BC16805: ALAIN DE BOTTON. - Status Anxiety. (SIGNED)
BC13128: RONALD BOTTRALL - Farewell and Welcome. Poems.
ARC93219: RONALD BOTTRALL. - The Turning Path. With a two-page introduction in the form of a letter by Robert Graves. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91804: VERVE. Jean Bourdichon - Les Heures D'Anne De Bretagne. A special double-issue of Verve.
BC15815: GRAHAM GREENE. Marjorie Bowen. - The Viper of Milan. A Romance of Lombardy. With an introductory note by Graham Greene.
BC12978: ARNOLD VINCENT BOWEN - Brief Matchlight. Poems.
SPE90167: PAUL BOWLES - contributes his six-page story 'Friend of the World' to an issue of the periodical 'Encounter'. Vol. XVI, No. 3, March 1961.
19209: THOMAS HARDY. C.M.Bowra - The Lyrical Poetry of Thomas Hardy. A transcript of the 23rd Bryon Foundation Lecture.
BC15807: GRAHAM SUTHERLAND. William Boyd. - Graham Sutherland. A monograph.
ARC93109: WILLIAM BOYD - School Ties. Two boarding school scripts.
19912: ELIZABETH FRENCH BOYD - Bloomsbury Heritage. Their Mothers and their Aunts.
BC15575: T.CORAGHESSAN BOYLE - If the River Was Whiskey. Stories.
BC10277: KAY BOYLE. - Nothing Ever Breaks Except the Heart. Short Stories.
BC10275: KAY BOYLE. - Primer for Combat. A novel.
BC10274: KAY BOYLE. - Gentlemen I Address You Privately. A novel.
ARC93228: KAY BOYLE. - Year Before Last. A novel.
ARC91540: T.CORAGHESSAN BOYLE - Descent of Man. Stories.
ARC90315: JOHN BOYNE. - The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas. A fable.
15676: SAMUEL JOHNSON. Robert Bracey - Eighteenth Century Studies and Other Papers. With a Foreword by The Bishop of Clifton.
BC10097: MALCOLM BRADBURY - contributes his ten-page analysis 'Saul Bellow's Herzog' to an issue of the periodical 'Critical Quarterly'. Vol. 7, no. 3 autumn 1965.
ARC91962: RAY BRADBURY - The Silver Locusts.
20019: MALCOLM BRADBURY - Unsent Letters.
19361: MALCOLM BRADBURY - Cuts. A novella. With drawings by Tom Phillips.
19232: RAY BRADBURY. - The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit and Other Plays for Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond Tomorrow. With an introduction by the author.
BC16362: SARAH BRADFORD - Diana. A biography. (SIGNED)
ARC92837: STANLEY ORTON BRADSHAW - Flying Memories.
GM90002: JOHN BRAINE. - The Vodi.
BC16629: JOHN BRAINE. - The Crying Game. A novel.
RB90066: RODRIC BRAITHWAITE - Moscow 1941. A City and its People at War.
ARC92634: ERNEST BRAMAH - English Farming and Why I Turned It Up.
BC11787: GEORGES BRAQUE - Sculptures. The catalogue of a 1985 exhibition at Galerie Adrien Maeght, Paris.
BUL91033: BRASSAÏ. - The Artists of My Life. Translated from the French by Richard Miller.
BC15616: TOM STOPPARD. Tim Brassell. - Tom Stoppard. An Assessment.
BC16834: JOHN BRATBY. - Breakdown. A novel.
BUL91087: RICHARD BRAUTIGAN. - Willard and his Bowling Trophies. A Perverse Mystery.
BC11887: WARWICK BRAY - The Gold of Eldorado.
18070: JOHN FRANCIS BRAY - A Voyage from Utopia. Edited by M.F.Lloyd-Prichard.
BC10390: BERNARD SHAW. Patrick Braybrooke. - The Genius of Bernard Shaw. (INSCRIBED).
19637: NEVILLE BRAYBROOKE AND SIMON BRETT - Four Poems for Christmas. Verses by Neville Braybrooke with wood engravings by Simon Brett. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC92970: GERALD BRENAN - St. John of the Cross. His Life and Poetry. With a translation of the poetry by Lynda Nicholson.
20112: GERALD BRENAN - A Life of One's Own. Childhood and Youth.
BUL91034: EMMANUEL BELLINI. Jean Bresson. - Emmanuel Bellini. I. LHomme. II. LOeuvre. A monograph. With a preface by Paul Vailar and text by Jean Bresson. (SIGNED)
ARC92571: HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON - Ritratti: 1928-1982.
BC13182: SIMON BRETT AND MICHAEL JUSTIN DAVIS - The Way to the Tree of Live. With wood engravings by Simon Brett. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC92784: DAVID BURNETT. Simon Brett. - Nine Poets. With wood engravings by Simon Brett, printed from the original blocks. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91339: SIMON BRETT - So Much Blood. A Crime Novel.
BC11331: QUEEN MARY. Jeanie Rose Brewer. - The Life-Story of Our Gracious Queen Mary.
CAS0170: PATRICK O'BRIAN. - The Mauritius Command. Volume 4 of the Jack Aubrey / Stephen Maturin sequence. (UNCORRECTED PROOF)
CAS0146: PATRICK O'BRIAN - Patrick O'Brian. Critical Appreciations and a Bibliography. Edited by A.E.Cunningham.
CAS0137: PATRICK O'BRIAN - contributes his story 'A Passage of the Frontier' to an issue of the periodical 'The Cornhill'. No. 1079, spring 1974.
CAS0025: PATRICK O'BRIAN - The Road to Samarcand. A novel.
CAS0006: PATRICK O'BRIAN - The Golden Ocean. A novel.
BC13831: PATRICK O'BRIAN - The Fortune of War. A Jack Aubrey novel.
ARC92702: PATRICK O'BRIAN - The full Jack Aubrey / Stephen Maturin sequence, complete in twenty-one volumes comprising: Master and Commander, Post Captain, HMS Surprise, The Mauritius Command, Desolation Island, The Fortune of War, The Surgeon's Mate, The Ionian Mission, Treason's H
ARC92326: PATRICK O'BRIAN. - A Book of Voyages. Edited, introduced and with comments by Patrick O'Brian and with decorations by Joan Burton.
ARC90086: PATRICK O'BRIAN. - The Last Pool and Other Stories.
20132: PATRICK O'BRIAN - contributes his poem 'A Sung Landscape Remembered' to an issue of the periodical 'The Cornhill'. No. 1080, summer 1974.
BC12862: VALERIA BRIDGE - Air Dumplings and Paper Cutlets. A Collection of Poems.
18218: ROBERT BRIDGES - Verses Written for Mrs.Daniel. With an introduction by George Gordon and a facsimile of the manuscript verses.
BC16781: WYNDHAM LEWIS. D.G.Bridson. - The Filibuster. A Study of the Political Ideas of Wyndham Lewis.
BC17028: TIM O'BRIEN. - Going After Cacciato. A novel.
BC15919: EDNA O'BRIEN - August is a Wicked Month. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC92874: TIM O'BRIEN - If I Die in a Combat Zone.
ARC92602: FLANN O'BRIEN - The Hard Life. An Exegesis of Squalor.
ARC91316: FLANN O'BRIEN - Flann O'Brien at War. Edited by John Wyse Jackson and with drawings by Hector McDonnell.
ARC93499: TIM O'BRIEN. - Northern Lights. A novel.
KP90523: EDNA O'BRIEN - The High Road. A novel.
BC13520: ANDRÉ BRINK - The Other Side of Silence. (SIGNED)
BC12625: ANDRÉ BRINK - Before I Forget. (SIGNED)
19749: ANDRE BRINK - The Wall of the Plague. A novel.
BC17010: ROGER BRISTOW. - The Last Bohemians. The Two Roberts: Colquhoun and MacBryde.
CAS0073: VERA BRITTAIN - Testament of Experience. An Autobiographical Story of the Years 1925-1950.
ARC92783: VERA BRITTAIN - Lady into Woman. A History of Women from Victoria to Elizabeth II.
ARC92619: VERA BRITTAIN - In the Steps of John Bunyan. An Excursion into Puritan England. With fifty-six illustrations by Cyril Hargreaves and Others. (SIGNED)
ARC93349: LOUIS LE BROCQUY. - The Irish Landscape.
ARC92482: HAROLD BRODKEY - First Love and Other Sorrows. Stories.
BC13871: WILLIAM BRONK - Careless Love and Its Apostrophes. Poems. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC13870: WILLIAM BRONK - Living Instead. Poems. (SIGNED)
BUL90653: RUPERT BROOKE - Twenty Poems. [Selected by Frank Sidgwick].
BC12152: RUPERT BROOKE - Rupert Brooke: Four Poems. Drafts and fair copies in the author's hand. With a foreword and introductions by Geoffrey Keynes.
ARC93319: RUPERT BROOKE. - Poems.
ARC93192: RUPERT BROOKE. - The Old Vicarage Grantchester. With a woodcut by Noel Rooke.
ARC93150: RUPERT BROOKE. - The Search for Truth. A poem. Together with Frances Cornford's memorial poem 'Rupert Brooke'; an August 1918 letter from Virginia Woolf to Brooke's mother, and a 'Note on the Manuscripts' by Geoffrey Keynes.
ARC92993: RUPERT BROOKE - Democracy and the Arts. An essay. Edited, with a preface by Geoffrey Keynes.
ARC92339: RUPERT BROOKE - 1914. Five Sonnets.
ARC92055: RUPERT BROOKE - Lithuania. A Play in One Act. With a preface by John Drinkwater.
ARC91100: RUPERT BROOKE - John Webster & the Elizabethan Drama.
ARC91018: RUPERT BROOKE - Letters from America. With a preface by Henry James and a prefatory note by E[dward] M[arsh].
BC17306: JAMES BROOKES. - Sins of the Leopard. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
15596: HENRY JAMES. Van Wyck Brooks - The Pilgrimage of Henry James.
BC16981: THE POWYS BROTHERS. - Recollections of the Powys Brothers. Llewelyn, Theodore and John Cowper. Edited with an introduction by Belinda Humfrey.
BC17131: GEORGE MACKAY BROWN - contributes his poems 'The Birth' and 'He That's Been Young' to an issue of the periodical 'Lines Review'. No. 15. Summer 1959. Edited by J.K.Annand.
BC17130: GEORGE MACKAY BROWN - contributes his poems 'Jack-in-the Box', 'Sunk Sailing Boat' and 'Carnival' to an issue of the periodical 'Lines Review'. No. 22. Winter 1966. Edited by Alan Riddell.
BC17129: GEORGE MACKAY BROWN - contributes his poem 'Cough Cure' to an issue of the periodical 'Lines Review'. No. 21. Summer 1965. Edited by Alan Riddell.
BC16498: GEORGE MACKAY BROWN - contributes his thirty-eight line poem 'Elegy: For Thorfinn the Poultry Thief' to an issue of the quarterly periodical 'Numbus'. Vol. 3, no. 3, Summer 1956. Edited by Tristam Hull and David Wright.
BC15998: GEORGE MACKAY BROWN - The Sun's Net. Stories.
BC14751: GEORGE MACKAY BROWN - A Time to Keep and Other Stories.
BC13899: LOUIS MACNEICE. Terence Brown - Louis MacNeice: Sceptical Vision.
ARC93183: GEORGE MACKAY BROWN. - Dove-Marks on Stone. Poems for George Mackay Brown. Edited by K.A.Perryman.
ARC93086: GEORGE MACKAY BROWN - Loaves and Fishes. Poems. (SIGNED)
17192: CHARLES DICKENS. Ivor Brown - Dickens in his Time.
ARC92628: ROBERT BROWNING - La Saisiaz [and] The Two Poets of Croisic.
18227: ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING - The Greek Christian Poets and the English Poets. Reprinted from 'The Athenaeum'.
16638: ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING - The Earlier Poems 1826-1833. Edited by R.H.Shepherd.
BC11209: ALAN BROWNJOHN. - A Night in the Gazebo. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
ARC90804: ALAN BROWNJOHN - Transformation Scene.
16639: KEVIN BROWNLOW - 9 Dalmuir West. [cover-title]. With photographs by Kevin Brownlow, Prince Marshall & Dennis Gill. (Published in association with the Kevin Brownlow documentary).
BC12641: GEORGES BRUYER, GEORGES LEROUX, GEORGES SCOTT AND LUCIEN JONAS - contribute Great War drawings and paintings (some in colour) to an August 1915 issue of the weekly French newspaper L'illustration.
ARC93011: BRYHER - Development. A novel.
ARC92888: JOHN BUCHAN - Les Trente-Neuf Marches [et] La Centrale d'Énergie. Translated from the English of 'The Thirty-Nine Steps' and 'The Power Plant' by Thêo Varlet.
ARC92340: JOHN BUCHAN - contributes his seventeen-verse poem 'The Song of the Sea Captain' (later included in his 1917 collection 'Poems in Scots and English') to the anthology A Beggar's Wallet. Containing Contributions in Prose, Verse and Pictorial Illustration, Gathered from
ARC91936: ROBERT BUCHANAN - David Gray, and Other Essays, Chiefly on Poetry.
99555: TOBIAS SMOLLETT. Howard Swazey Buck - A Study in Smollett, chiefly "Peregrine Pickle". With a complete collation of the first and second editions.
15865: HENRY THOMAS BUCKLE - Essays. With a biographical sketch of the author.
ARC93160: COMMANDANT BUGNET. - Foch Talks. Aide-de-camp to Foch June 1921-March 1929. Translated from the French of 'En Écoutant le Maréchal Foch' by Russell Green.
BC14379: CHARLES BUKOWSKI - contributes his poem 'The Hollywood Hustle' to an issue of the periodical The Transatlantic Review. No. 52. Autumn 1975.
BC17037: GERALD BULLETT. - Poems in Pencil.
BUL92126: BASIL BUNTING. - A Special Basil Bunting double-issue of the periodical 'Bête Noire'. No. 2/3, spring 1987. Edited by John Osborne.
ARC91251: BASIL BUNTING - Loquitur. Poems.
19811: GEORGE BURCE - Sea Talk. Poems
BC11972: ANTHONY BURGESS - The Kingdom of the Wicked.
BC17191: ANTHONY BURGESS. - Ninety-Nine Novels. The Best in English since 1939. A Personal Choice.
ARC90987: ANTHONY BURGESS - The Novel Now. A Student's Guide to Contemporary Fiction.
BUL90430: ERIC BURGOYNE - The Tattered Remnants.
ARC93356: THOMAS BURKE. - Whispering Windows. Tales of the Waterside.
ARC92629: THOMAS BURKE - Whispering Windows. Tales of the Waterside.
ARC90625: THOMAS BURKE - The Flower of Life. A London Tragedy. A novel.
BC13110: DAVID BURNETT AND JOAN HASSALL - The Heart's Undesign. Poems. With two wood engravings by Joan Hassall.
ARC92963: W.R.BURNETT - Little Caesar. A novel.
99128: DAVID BURNETT - Fescennines.
BC12824: STANLEY BURNSHAW - A special Stanley Burnshaw double-issue of the periodical 'Agenda'. Vol. 21, No. 4 and Vol. 22, No. 1, winter-spring 1983-84.
BC12871: JANET BURROWAY - But to the Season. Poems.
20198: RONALD M.BURROWS. - The Discoveries in Crete; and Their Bearing on the History of Ancient Civilisation.
11661: ANTHONY BURTON - The Past at Work. (SIGNED) Published in conjunction with a BBC television series.
BC15002: STEPHEN BURY - Breaking the Rules. The Printed Face of European Avant Garde 1900-1937. Edited by Stephen Bury.
BUL92005: FREDDIE DE BUTTS - Now the Dust has Settled. Memories of War and Peace 1939-1994. (SIGNED)
BC11281: MARY BUTTS - The Macedonian.
18237: WITTER BYNNER - Tiger. A play.
ARC92610: ROBERT BYRON - Europe in the Looking-Glass. Reflections of a Motor Drive from Grimsby to Athens.
ARC91998: ROBERT BYRON. - First Russia Then Tibet.
ARC91997: ROBERT BYRON. - The Station. Athos: Treasures and Men.
ARC91011: ROBERT BYRON - How we Celebrate the Coronation. A Word to London's Visitors.
ARC90992: SHELL GUIDE. Robert Byron - Shell Guide to Wiltshire. A Series of Views of Castles, Seats of the Nobility, Mines, Picturesque Scenery, Towns, Public Buildings, Churches, Antiques &c. Edited by Robert Byron.
BUL90486: TERRY PRATCHETT. Craig Cabell - Terry Pratchett. The Spirit of Fantasy. The Life and Work of the Man Behind the Magic.
BC16995: JAMES M.CAIN. - Cloud Nine. A novel. With an afterword by Roy Hoopes.
BC14585: ERSKINE CALDWELL - Jackpot. Collected Short Stories.
16197: JOHN BETJEMAN. Ann Callender. - Godly Mayfair. With an introduction by John Betjeman.
BC12396: DONALD CAMERON. - Sons of El Dorado. Venezuelan Adventure. With drawings by Peter Edwards.
ARC91945: KATHARINE CAMERON - Na Daoine Sidhe / Gaelic Fairy Tales. Edited by Winifred M.Parker and with illustrations by Katharine Cameron and Rachel Ainslie Grant Duff.
BUL90868: ALAN CAMPBELL - Colditz Cameo. Being a Collection of Verse Written by a Prisoner of War in Germany 1940-1945.
BC16542: HARRY CAMPBELL. - Belgian Soldiers at Home in the United Kingdom / Les Soldats Belges en Congé dans le Reyayume Uni. (INSCRIBED)
BC16511: RAMSEY CAMPBELL - Thieving Fear. A novel. With an introduction by Kim Newman. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC15963: ALISTAIR CAMPBELL - Wild Honey. Poems.
BC13532: CHRISTY CAMPBELL - Band of Brigands. The First Men in Tanks.
ARC92581: JOHN DRYDEN. Peter Campbell. - Alexander's Feast; or The Power of Music. An Ode for Saint Cecilia's Day 1697. With drawings by Peter Campbell.
ARC92318: R.W.CAMPBELL - The Mixed Division (T). A novel.
ARC90978: ROY CAMPBELL - The Wayzgoose. A South African Satire.
19990: ROY CAMPBELL. (Wyndham Lewis, Richard Aldington, Lawrence Durrell &c.) - Hommage a Roy Campbell. Choix de poemes, traduits par Armand Guibert. (Text in French). With illustrations.
16573: J.R.ACKERLEY. A.Y.Campbell, Edward Davison & Frank Kendon - Poems by Four Authors.
BC16221: ETHAN CANIN - Emperor of the Air. Stories. (SIGNED)
ARC93453: THE BROTHER CAPEK (i.e. Josef and Karel Capek). - And so ad infinitum (The Life of the Insects). An Entomological Review, in Three Acts a Prologue and an Epilogue. Translated from the Czech by Paul Selver. Freely adapted for the English Stage by Nigel Playfair and Clifford Bax.
CAS0157: TRUMAN CAPOTE - Breakfast at Tiffany's. A Short Novel and Three Stories.
BC14515: TRUMAN CAPOTE - Music for Chameleons. New Writing.
BC16557: PETER CAREY. - Collected Stories.
BC15771: PETER CAREY - The Tax Inspector. (SIGNED)
BC10354: PETER CAREY. - Illywhacker. (INSCRIBED)
19812: ROSA NOUCHETTE CAREY - The Old, Old Story.
BUL90688: T.E.CARHART - The Piano Shop on the Left Bank. The Hidden World of the Paris Atelier. (SIGNED)
BC11391: ANTHONY CARO. - New Sculptures. A survey. The catalogue of an exhibition.
BC10284: ANTHONY CARO - Sculpture Towards Architecture. The catalogue of a 1991-2 exhibition at the Tate Gallery.
BC17221: SUE CARON. (Henry Williamson interest). - A Screw Loose. My Story So Far.
BC16772: HENRY WILLIAMSON. Sue Caron. - A Glimpse of Ancient Sunlight. Memories of Henry Williamson. With a foreword and notes by Brocard Sewell.
BC14426: HENRY WILLIAMSON. Sue Caron. - A Glimpse of Ancient Sunlight. Memories of Henry Williamson. With a foreword and notes by Brocard Sewell. (DELUXE SIGNED ISSUE)
ARC93417: J.R.R.TOLKIEN. Humphrey Carpenter. - J.R.R.Tolkien. A Biography.
BC16547: J.L.CARR. - The Battle of Pollocks Crossing. A novel.
ARC91386: J.L.CARR - A Month in the Country. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC90561: J.L.CARR. - The First Saturday in May. An Echo of A Shropshire Lad. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
KP90255: J.L.CARR. - A Season in Sinji. A novel.
BUL92201: JOHN LE CARRÉ. - Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.
SPE0321: JOHN LE CARRÉ. - The Karla Trilogy. Complete in three volumes comprising 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy' [and] 'The Honourable Schoolboy' [and] 'Smiley's People'.
BUL90737: DAVID R.SLAVITT. [Lewis Carroll]. - Alice at 80. A novel.
16235: LEWIS CARROLL - Novelty and Romancement. A story originally printed in 'The Train' in 1856 and hitherto unpublished in bookform. With an introduction by Randolph Edgar.
KP90158: LEWIS CARROLL. - The Hunting of the Snark. An Agony in Eight Fits. With nine illustrations by Henry Holiday.
12258: ADAM CARSE - The Orchestra in the XVIIIth Century.
BC16628: VICTOR BONHAM-CARTER. - Authors by Profession. Complete in two volumes.
BC12344: ORLANDO JEWITT. Harry Carter - Orlando Jewitt.
ARC93080: ANGELA CARTER - The Infernal Desire Machines of Doctor Hoffman. A novel.
19769: SEBASTIAN CARTER - Twentieth Century Type Designers.
BC13817: RAYMOND CARVER - Call If You Need Me. The Uncollected Fiction and Prose. Edited by William L.Stull and with a foreword by Tess Gallagher
ARC93005: JOYCE CARY - Marching Soldier. A poem.
KP90183: JOYCE CARY. - A special Joyce Cary issue of the periodical 'Modern Fiction Studies. A Critical Quarterly'. Vol. 9, No. 3 autumn 1963. Edited by James B.Meriwether.
BC16888: MARY CASEY. - A Net in Water. A Selection from the Journals of Mary Casey. Edited by Judith M.Long and Louise de Bruin.
BC16645: ROSANNE CASH. - Bodies of Water. Stories. (INSCRIBED)
ARC92959: HORACE DE VIEL-CASREL - Marie-Antoinette et La Révolution Françoise.
20125: HUGH CASSON - A Service of Thanksgiving for the Life and Work of Sir Hugh Casson and of Lady Casson, held at St. Paul's Cathedral, 29 November 1999.
ARC90583: WILLA SIBERT CATHER - Alexander's Bridges.
BC16437: PAUL NASH. Andrew Causey. - Paul Nash. Landscape and the Life of Objects.
BC16931: GLEN CAVALIERO. - The Powys Family: Some Records of a Friendship.
BC16886: JOHN COWPER POWYS. Glen Cavaliero. - John Cowper Powys. Novelist. (INSCRIBED)
SPE0293: NICK CAVE. - The Death of Bunny Munro. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC16335: MARY ANN CAWS - Surrealist Painters and Poets. An Anthology. Edited by Mary Ann Caws.
15353: MICHAEL AYRTON. Cecil & Margery Gray - The Bed; or The Clinophile's Vade Mecum. With full-page drawings, colour-endpapers and a title-page illustration by Michael Ayrton. Edited by Cecil and Margery Gray.
20065: CITIZENSHIP CERTIFICATE - Certificate of Citizenship of the United States of America.
BC16309: MARC CHAGALL - The World of Marc Chagall. Photographed by Izis Bidermanas and with text by Roy McMullen.
BC12916: MARC CHAGALL. - Chagall by Chagall. With an introduction by the artist, edited by Charles Sorlier and translated from the French by John Shepley.
99145: SOMERSET DE CHAIR - The Millennium and Other Poems.
KP90384: RAYMOND CHANDLER - Raymond Chandler Speaking. Edited by Dorothy Gardiner and Katherine Sorley Walker.
BC16758: GUY CHAPMAN. - Vain Glory. A Miscellany of the Great War 1914-1918, Witten by Those who Fought in it on Each Side and on All Fronts. Edited with an introduction by Guy Chapman.
14996: SAMUEL JOHNSON. R.W.Chapman - contributes 'Johnsonian Bibliography 1750-1765' to the sixteenth issue of the quarterly publication 'The Colophon'.
11564: J.A.CHAPMAN - Papers on Shelley, Wordsworth & Others.
BC12861: TONY CHARLES - The Bear and Ragged Staff. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
14390: THOMAS CHATTERTON, Bertrand Bronson - Thomas Chatterton. An essay. Reprinted from 'The Age of Johnson. Essays Presented to Chauncey Brewster Tinker'.
BC17197: BRUCE CHATWIN. - In Patagonia.
BC16598: BRUCE CHATWIN. - Utz. A novel.
BC12230: BRUCE CHATWIN - contributes his essay 'The Perils of Israeli Settlement' to an April 1978 issue of the arts and current affairs weekly 'Spectator'. Vol. 240, No. 2814 [sic] 1978.
ARC91967: BRUCE CHATWIN - On the Black Hill. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91134: BRUCE CHATWIN - The Viceroy of Ouidah.
ARC90662: BRUCE CHATWIN - Photographs and Notebooks. With an introduction by Francis Wyndham.
KP90390: BRUCE CHATWIN - Under the Sun. The Letters of Bruce Chatwin. Selected and edited by Elizabeth Chatwin and Nicholas Shakespeare, who also provides a thirteen-page introduction.
BC16487: E.E.CUMMINGS. Susan Cheever. - E.E.Cummings. A Life.
BC15425: JOHN CHEEVER - The World of Apples. Stories.
BUL92067: ANTON CHEKHOV. - The Undiscovered Chekhov. Fifty-One New Stories. Translated from the Russian and with an introduction by Peter Constantine.
BUL90828: G.K.CHESTERTON - G.K.Chesterton 1874-1936. The catalogue of a 1971 exhibition of books, manuscripts and other material.
ARC93373: G.K.CHESTERTON. - Irish Impressions.
ARC93371: G.K.CHESTERTON. - A Miscellany of Men.
ARC93347: G.K.CHESTERTON. - The Coloured Lands. With illustrations by the author.
ARC93132: G.K.CHESTERTON - The Defendant.
ARC93505: G.K.CHESTERTON. - The Innocence of Father Brown. Stories.
ARC92729: G.K.CHESTERTON - The Wild Knight and Other Poems.
ARC92511: G.K.CHESTERTON (writing as 'Gilbert Chesterton'). - Greybeards at Play. Literature and Art for Old Gentlemen. Rhymes and Sketches.
ARC91713: G.K.CHESTERTON - Tales of the Long Bow.
991680: G.K.CHESTERTON - [Selected Essays].
20206: GEORGE H.CHETTLE. - The Queen's House, Greenwich. Being the Fourteenth Monograph of the London Survey Committee.
BC16669: TRACY CHEVALIER. - Girl with a Pearl Earring. (SIGNED)
BC14623: TRACY CHEVALIER - Girl with a Pearl Earring.
19899: CURWEN PRESS. Sandro Chia - The Draught of Dr Jekyll. An Essay on the Work of Sandro Chia. Published on the occasion of the Italian artist's first exhibition in London.
DOK0001: RAYMOND CHING. - The Bird Paintings. Water Colours and Pencil Drawings 1969-1975. With an introduction by Peter Hansard and text by David Snow, A.H.Chisholm and M.F.Soper.
BC14711: GWEN JOHN. Susan Chitty - Gwen John 1876-1939.
ARC90482: RICHARD CHOPPING. - Mister Postlethwaite's Reindeer and Other Stories. With illustrations by the author.
BUL92180: AGATHA CHRISTIE. - Crooked House. A novel.
BUL92024: E.W.HUNTER CHRISTIE. - The Antarctic Problem. An Historical and Political Study.
ARC92934: AGATHA CHRISTIE - Dumb Witness. A Hercule Poiret mystery.
BC16751: FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY. Alex Christofi. - Dostoevsky in Love. An Intimate Life.
BC15457: JOHN CHRISTOPHER - The World in Winter. A novel.
ARC90963: JOHN CHRISTOPHER - The Death of Grass.
BC15934: RICHARD CHURCH - Philip and Other Poems.
ARC92592: CHRISTOPHER FRY [Richard Church]. - Curtmantle. A play. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91166: RICHARD CHURCH - Philip and Other Poems.
99137: RICHARD CHURCH - Theme with Variation. Poems.
99136: RICHARD CHURCH - The Dream and Other Poems.
20075: RICHARD CHURCH - Mood Without Measure. Poems.
19886: RICHARD CHURCH AND MICHAEL AYRTON - North of Rome. Poems. With decorations by Michael Ayrton.
BUL90575: CARYL CHURCHILL - Fen. A play.
BC16043: WINSTON S.CHURCHILL - Defending the West. (INSCRIBED)
ARC92858: NANCY MITFORD. [Mary Spencer-Churchill]. - Christmas Pudding. A novel. With illustrations by Mark Ogilvie-Grant.
18249: ALLEN CHURCHILL - The Literary Decade. [A Panarama of the Writers, Publishers, and Litterateurs of the 1920's].
ARC91415: TOM CLANCY - The Hunt for Red October. A novel.
ARC93190: JOHN CLARE. - Journey from Essex. Poems for John Clare. Edited by Sandra McPherson.
BC17106: BARRETT H.CLARK. - The Blush of Shame. A Few Considerations on Verbal Obscenity in the Theatre. (INSCRIBED)
BC15447: EUGENE O'NEILL. Barrett H.Clark - Eugene O'Neill. The Man and His Plays. (INSCRIBED)
BC13084: LEONARD CLARK - The Mirror and Other Poems. With an introduction by Walter de la Mare. (INSCRIBED)
20207: KENNETH CLARK. - The Nude. A Study of Ideal Art.
19897: RONALD W.CLARK - A Biography of the Nuffield Foundation
BUL90626: LINDSAY CLARKE - The Chymical Wedding. A Romance.
BUL90617: ARTHUR C.CLARKE - The Making of a Moon.
BUL90004: ARTHUR C.CLARKE - Prelude to Space.
BC13563: AUSTIN CLARKE - Old-Fashioned Pilgrimage and Other Poems.
19729: AUSTIN CLARKE - The Sword of the West. Poems.
BC17177: CHICAGO EIGHT. Judy Clavir and John Spitzer. - The Conspiracy Trial. Edited by Judy Clavir and John Spitzer, and with an introduction by William M.Kunstler.
ARC92631: BOOTH TARKINGTON. T.M.Cleland - Monsieur Beaucaire. Designed and with illustrations and decorations by T.M.Cleland and a preface by J.Donald Adams. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC93385: JACK CLEMO. - The Echoing Tip. Poems.
991780: THOMAS MANN. James Cleugh. - Thomas Mann. A Study.
BUL90493: J.M.G.LE CLÉZIO. - Fever. Translated from the French of 'La Fièvre' by Daphne Woodward.
19880: EDWARD BOOTH-CLIBBORN. - European Photography 1982. The second annual of European editorial, book, poster, advertising and unpublished photography. Edited by Edward Booth-Clibborn.
15518: EDWARD ARDIZZONE. Edward Booth-Clibborn - My Father and Edward Ardizzone. A Lasting Friendship. A series of over thirty original Christmas cards designed and sent by Edward Ardizzone to Augustine Booth, reproduced in two colours.
15656: SAMUEL JOHNSON. James L.Clifford - Johnsonian Studies 1887-1950. A Survey and Bibliography.
SPE0270: HUGH CLIFFORD. - Sally: A Study and Other Tales of the Outskirts. (INSCRIBED)
BUL90253: CLOCKS. - Time Measuring Instruments from The Time Museum. The catalogue of a 1988 Christie's sale auction. With an introduction by Anthony Turner.
991071: EDWARD CLODD - Memories.
BUL90081: SHELAGH CLUETT. - Sculpture. The catalogue on a 1982 exhibition at the Nicola Jacobs Gallery, London.
BUL90301: ALICE M.COATS. - The Travels of Maurice. Beautifully illustrated in colour throughout by the author.
ARC93138: RICHARD COBB. - Still Life. Sketches from a Tunbridge Wells Childhood. (INSCRIBED)
BC16996: WILLIAM COBBETT. - Journal of a Year's Residence in the United States of America. With an introduction by J.E.Morpurgo.
ARC93101: WILLIAM COBBETT - Rural Rides in the Southern, Western and Eastern Counties of England, together with Tours in Scotland and in the Northern and Midland Counties of England, and Letters from Ireland. The Whole including many Rides and Tours never before Reprinted, edited wi
14999: EDWARD JOHNSTON. Sydney Cockerell - Edward Johnston. A Tribute. One of six short papers read at a Memorial Meeting convened by The Society of Scribes and Illuminators.
16656: JEAN COCTEAU - The Infernal Machine. A play. Translated and with an introductory essay by Carl Wildman.
BUL92101: J.M.COETZEE. - Slow Man. A novel.
BC17059: J.M.COETZEE. - Disgrace. A novel.
BC16430: J.M.COETZEE. - Life & Times of Michael K. A novel.
BC12518: J.M.COETZEE - Inner Workings. Literary Essays 2000-2005. With an introduction by Derek Armitage.
ARC92714: J.M.COETZEE - Foe. A novel.
ARC93181: BRIAN COFFEY. - The Big Laugh. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
ARC92341: BRIAN COFFEY - [Poems].
JH900004: ISAAC ROSENBERG. Joseph Cohen. - Journey to the Trenches. The Life of Isaac Rosenberg 1890-1918.
ARC90913: ISAAC ROSENBERG. Joseph Cohen - Journey to the Trenches. The Life of Isaac Rosenberg 1890-1918.
20203: MICHAEL W.COLE AND REBECCA ZORACH. - The Idol in the Age of Art. Objects, Devotions and the Early Modern World. Edited by Michael W.Cole and Rebecca Zorach.
BC14782: S.F.A.COLES. - Cities of Troy. Memorials of Peace-Time Travel in Greece, Magna Graecia and Asia Minor. With a preface and a foreword by J.A.Venn.
BC10374: COLETTE. - Letters from Colette. Selected and translated by Robert Phelps.
BC17301: H.D. [i.e. Hilda Doolittle]. Diana Collecott. - H.D. and Sapphic Modernism 1910-1950.
19863: SOTHEBY. The Major J.R.Abbey collection. - A catalogue of Valuable Printed Books and Fine Bindings from the celebrated collection. The property of Major J.R.Abbey.
BC14061: WREY GARDINER. Cecil Collins. - The Gates of Silence. Poems. With two splendid drawings by Cecil Collins.
BC13936: CECIL COLLINS. Judith Collins - Cecil Collins. The catalogue of a 1989 Tate Gallery retrospective exhibition.
10865: WILLIAM COLLINS - Drafts & Fragments of Verse. Edited from the manuscripts by J.S.Cunningham.
19949: JOHN STEWART COLLIS - The Carlyles. A Biography of Thomas and John Carlyle. (WITH ALs)
BC11688: ALEX COMFORT - Elegies
16662: ALEX COMFORT - On This Side Nothing. A novel.
19298: PIERRE COMMOY AND GILLES BLANCHARD. - Pierre et Gilles. Published to accompany an exhibition at the New York's New Museum of Contemporary Art. With a foreword by Lisa Phillips and a lengthy introductory essay by Dan Cameron.
BC15079: CYRIL CONNOLLY. - A special Cyril Connolly issue of the periodical 'Adam International Review'. Edited by Miron Grindea. Nos. 385-390
ARC93518: CYRIL CONNOLLY. - The Golden Horizon. Edited and with an introduction by Cyril Connolly.
BC14631: JOSEPH CONNOLLY - Boys and Girls. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC92537: CYRIL CONNOLLY - The Rock Pool. A novel.
ARC91748: CYRIL CONNOLLY - contributes 'The New Medici', a three-page review of the Shell Posters exhibition at The New Burlington Gallery, illustrated with splendid colour and monochrome reproductions to an issue of the periodical The Architectural Review. A Magazine of Architectu
ARC90739: CYRIL CONNOLLY - The Modern Movement. One Hundred Key Books from England, France and America 1880-1950. With a bibliography of English and French editions by G.D.E.Soar.
ARC90172: CYRIL CONNOLLY. - The Rock Pool. A novel.
BUL92157: PHILIP O'CONNOR. - Selected Poems 1936/1966.
BUL90953: T.P.O'CONNOR. - Epic War Stories of the Mercantile Navy.
BC16186: T.P.O'CONNOR. - T.P.'s Journal of Great Deeds of the Great War. Vol. 1, No. 2, October 24, 1914. Edited by T.P.O'Connor.
ARC92052: JOHN O'CONNOR - Canals, Barges and People. With superb colour engravings by the author.
RB90094: FRANK O'CONNOR - The Road to Stratford.
ARC92392: JOSEPH CONRAD - The Mirror of the Sea. Memories and Impressions.
19933: JOSEPH CONRAD. - Tales of Hearsay. With a foreword by R.B.Cunninghame Graham.
17113: JOSEPH CONRAD - Letters to William Blackwood and David S.Meldrum. Edited by William Blackburn.
BC16356: ANTHONY CONRAN - Metamorphoses. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC13428: ANTHONY CONRAN - Stelae and Other Poems.
ARC91711: ANGELA CONSTANTINI - The Birth, Life and Death of Scaramouch. Translated from the first edition published in Paris, 1695 by Cyril W.Beaumont, together with Mezzetins dedicatory Poems and Lorets rhymed News-letters cornering Scaramouch, now first rendered into English Verse by
CAS0173: ROBIN COOK. - Shock. A novel.
CAS0172: ROBIN COOK. - Fatal Cure. A novel.
ARC93409: ROBIN COOK. - Bombe Surprise. A novel.
BUL90315: P.G.COOLE AND E.NAUMANN. - The Orpheus Clocks.
99095: A.J.COOMBES - Some Australian Poets.
ARC91747: ROSE E.B.COOMBS - Before Endeavours Fade. A Guide to the Battlefields of the First World War.
BC12617: PATRICK LEIGH FERMOR. Artemis Cooper - Patrick Leigh Fermor. An Adventure. (SIGNED)
ARC92829: WILLIAM COOPER - Immortality at Any Price. A novel. (SIGNED)
ARC92828: WILLIAM COOPER - From Early Life. A memoir. (INSCRIBED)
17155: CHARLES DICKENS. Lettice Cooper - A Hand upon the Time. A Life of Charles Dickens.
ARC91758: A.E.COPPARD - Nixey's Harlequin. Tales
BC13130: HERBERT CORBY - Time in a Blue Prison. (INSCRIBED)
99141: HERBERT CORBY - Hampdens Going Over. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
KP90730: ALEXANDER CORDELL. - The Bright Cantonese. A novel.
19792: PHILIP CORE - Paintings 1975-1985. With an introduction by George Melly
BC15432: FRANCES CORNFORD - Travelling Home and Other Poems. With illustrations by Christopher Cornford.
ARC93312: FRANCES CORNFORD AND GWEN RAVERAT. - Spring Morning. Poems. With seven wood-engravings by Gwen Raverat, plus an eighth on the upper wrapper.
ARC93500: FRANCES CORNFORD. - Different Days. Poems.
BC14655: BERNARD CORNWELL (writing under his adoptive name 'Bernard Wiggins') - is one of three contributors to the anthology 'Poems'.
BC14165: CORONATION - Official Programme of the Coronation Tattoo, Aldershot in aid of Military Charitable Funds. Held at Rushmoor, Aldershot June 10th, 11th, 12th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th 1937. Produced by the Officers of the Aldershot and Eastern Commands under the G
20126: CORONATION. - A special Coronation issue of the periodical 'Harper's Bazaar' [UK]. Vol. XLIX, no. 3, June 1953. Edited by Eileen Dickson.
BUL92081: EDWARD ARDIZZONE. Stephen Corrin. - The Fantastic Tale of the Plucky Sailor and the Postage Stamp. With illustrations by Edward Ardizzone.
ARC92878: JULIO CORTÁZAR - End of the Game and Other Stories. Translated from the Spanish by Paul Blackburn
BC14179: COUNT EGON CAESAR CORTI - A History of Smoking. Translated from the German by Paul England.
BC17072: FREDERICK ROLFE. [Baron Corvo]. - Nicholas Crabbe; or The One and the Many. A Romance. [Edited from Rolfe's own typescript and] with an introduction by Cecil Woolf.
BC15627: FREDERICK ROLFE. [Baron Corvo]. - Nicholas Crabbe; or The One and the Many. A Romance. [Edited from Rolfe's own typescript and] with an introduction by Cecil Woolf.
20248: HOWARD HERSCHAL COTTERELL. - Pewter Down the Ages. From Mediaeval Times to the Present Day. With Notes on Evolution. With a foreword by Antonio F de Navarro.
BC12030: ANTHONY J.COULSON - A Bibliography of Design in Britain 1851-1970. (SIGNED)
ARC93207: DAVID JONES. Francis Coventry. - The History of Pompey the Little; or The Adventures of a Lap-Dog. With an introduction by Arundell del Re and illustrations by David Jones.
BC16316: NOËL COWARD - Not Yet the Dodo and Other Verses.
BC15793: NOËL COWARD - The Letters of Noël Coward. Edited with an introduction by Barry Day.
ARC92830: NOËL COWARD - Spangled Unicorn. An Anthology. "Edited, with an introduction" by Noël Coward.
ARC92802: NOËL COWARD (writing as 'Hernia Whittlebot') - Chelsea Buns. Poems. Edited and introduced [this last under the second pseudonym 'Gaspard Pustontin'] by Noël Coward.
BC15099: MALCOLM COWLEY - The View From 80.
BC15098: MALCOLM COWLEY - A Second Flowering. Works and Days of the Lost Generation.
BC14987: MALCOLM COWLEY - The Dry Season. Poems.
BC14950: MALCOLM COWLEY - The Long Voyage. Selected Letters of Malcolm Cowley, 1915-1987. Edited by Hans Bak, with a foreword by Robert Cowley.
BUL90092: JIM CRACE. - Continent.
ARC90520: JIM CRACE. - Continent.
ARC93425: HUBERT CRACKANTHORPE. - Wreckage. Seven Studies.
BUL90399: TONY CRAGG. - New Works. Taurus, Ferryman, Turbo.
ARC93218: JOHN NASH. The Earl of Cranbrook. - Parnassian Molehill. An Anthology of Suffolk Verse written between 1327 and 1864. With some account of the authors and with numerous drawings by John Nash.
ARC91947: STEPHEN CRANE - The Little Regiment and Other Episodes of the American Civil War.
ARC90472: STEPHEN CRANE. - Whilomville Stories. With illustrations by Peter Newell.
BC13544: ROBERT CRAWFORD - Talkies. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
19898: HELEN CROMIE. - Ruth Erford's April Days
18960: VINCENT CRONIN - The Last Migration.
BC15461: JANET TEISSIER DU CROS. - Divided Loyalties. [A Scotswoman in Occupied France]. With a preface by D.W.Brogan.
ARC90601: T.W.H.CROSLAND (published anonymously) - War Poems by "X".
991764: T.W.H.CROSLAND - The Five Notions. Poems.
14404: COLETTE. Margaret Crosland - Madame Colette. A Provincial in Paris. With illustrations.
99496: LEIGH HUNT. Launcelot Cross. - Characteristics of Leigh Hunt. As exhibited in that Typical Literary Periodical "Leigh Hunt's London Journal" 1834-35.
BC15580: MARIANNE MOORE. [Andrew Crozier]. - Collected Poems.
ARC93066: MARGARET CRUM - First-Line Index of English Poetry 1500-1800 in Manuscripts of the Bodleian Library Oxford. Edited by Margaret Crum. Complete in two volumes.
BC17178: E.E.CUMMINGS. - One Times One. [1 x 1]. Poems. With an introduction by Lloyd Frankenberg.
BC15137: E.E.CUMMINGS - contributes his story 'The House that Ate Mosquito Pie' to an issue of the quarterly periodical 'Wake' (formally 'The Harvard Wake'). No. 9. 1950.
BC15135: E.E.CUMMINGS. - A special E.E.Cummings issue of the quarterly periodical 'The Harvard Wake'. No 5. Spring 1946.
BC14943: E.E.CUMMINGS - The Enormous Room. A typescript edition with drawings by the author. Edited, with an afterword, by George James Firmage, and a foreword by Richard S.Kennedy.
BC13905: E.E.CUMMINGS - A special e.e.cummings issue of the periodical 'Journal of Modern Literature'. Vol. 7, No. 2, April 1979.
20224: E.E.CUMMINGS - contributes three untitled poems which begin "when hair falls off", "a clown's smirk", and "touching you I say", to an issue of the periodical 'This Quarter'. Vol. IV, No. 3, March 1932. Edited by Edward W.Titus.
ARC92364: NANCY CUNARD - Sublunary. Poems.
15280: R.N.CURREY - Poets of the 1939-1945 War.
18049: M.NANCY CUTT - Mrs. Sherwood and her Books for Children. With facsimile reproductions of two of them.
BC15498: PATRICK DACEY - We've Already Gone This Far. Stories.
BC12558: Reuvan Dafni and Yehudit Kleiman (edit) - Final Letters from Victims of the Holocaust. Selected by Reuvan Dafni and Yehudit Kleiman and with a foreword by Chaim Herzog.
BC15842: ROALD DAHL - Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life. Stories. With illustrations by John Lawrence.
ARC93418: ROALD DAHL. - Going Solo.
BC15096: EDWARD DAHLBERG - Samuel Beckett's Wake and Other Uncollected Prose. Edited with an introduction by Steven Moore.
18962: EDWARD DAHLBERG - From Flushing to Calvary.
BC12956: PETER DALE - Earth Light.
BC16545: WILLIAM DALRYMPLE. - City of Djinns. A Year in Delhi. With illustrations by Olivia Fraser.
ARC93420: CLARE LEIGHTON. Bertha Damon. - Green Corners. With colour illustrations by Clare Leighton.
BUL90365: GEORGE DANNETT. - A Lifetime of Art. The catalogue of an exhibition held three months after the St. Ives artist's death.
14154: ADAM DARIUS - Dance Naked in the Sun. A Confessional. With a foreword by Ram Gopal and many illustrations.
16543: GEORGE DARLEY - Sylvia, or The May Queen. A Lyrical Drama. With a lengthy biographical sketch John H.Ingram.
ARC91365: W.A.DWIGGINS. Alphonse Daudet - Tartarin of Tarascon. Designed and with illustrations by W.A.Dwigins, and translated from the French and with an introduction by Jacques le Clercq. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC16206: ELIZABETH DAVID. - Summer Cooking. With illustrations and a dust wrapper design by Adrian Daintrey.
BC13236: DONALD DAVIE - Brides of Reason. Poems.
BC13085: IAN DAVIE - Angkor Apparent. With illustrations by Rosemary Roberts and a four-page preface by the author. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC12965: DONALD DAVIE - In the Stopping Train and Other Poems.
ARC93396: DONALD DAVIE. - [Poems]. The Fantasy Poets Number Nineteen. (SIGNED BY THE PUBLISHER)
ARC91735: DONALD DAVIE - A Winter Talent and Other Poems.
AA90012: IAN DAVIE. - Piers Prodigal and Other Poems. With a foreword by Siegfried Sassoon.
20220: DONALD DAVIE. - [Poems]. The Fantasy Poets Number Nineteen.
BUL92029: LEONID ANDREYEV. Richard Davies. - Leonid Andreyev. Photographs by A Russian Writer. An Undiscovered Portrait of Pre-Revolutionary Russia. Edited with an introduction by Richard Davies and with a foreword by Olga Andreyev Carlisle.
BC13292: ROBERTSON DAVIES - One Half of Robertson Davies.
BC13290: ROBERTSON DAVIES - The Table Talk of Samuel Marchbanks. With illustrations by Clair Stewart and a foreword by Sir Norman Birkett.
BC12315: ROBERTSON DAVIES - The Cunning Man. (SIGNED)
ARC93334: IDRIS DAVIES. - Tonypandy and Other Poems. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91857: W.H.DAVIES. (Edward Thomas interest) - New Poems.
ARC91377: ROBERTSON DAVIES - The Table Talk of Samuel Marchbanks. With illustrations by Clair Stewart.
ARC92813: HENRY-D.DAVRAY - Chez les Anglais pendant la Grande Guerre. [Among the English during the Great War].
ARC92507: GUY DAWNEY - Nigella. Poems.
JH900030: GEOFFREY DEARMER. - A Pilgrim's Song. Selected Poems to mark the Poet's 100th Birthday. Compiled by Laurence Cotterell and with a foreword by Jon Stallworthy.
19299: GEOFFREY DEARMER. - A Pilgrim's Song. Selected Poems to Mark the Poet's 100th Birthday. Compiled by Laurence Cotterell and with a foreword by Jon Stallworthy.
BUL92223: LEN DEIGHTON. - An Expensive Place to Die. A novel.
BC16602: LEN DEIGHTON. - Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Spy. A novel.
ARC92939: LEN DEIGHTON - Drinks-man-ship. Town's album of Fine Wines and High Spirits. Edited and introduced by Len Deighton. (SIGNED)
ARC90972: LEN DEIGHTON - Pests. A play in three acts.
9922505: OLIVIA MANNING. Len Deighton. - My Husband Cartwright. With drawings by Len Deighton.
SPE0298: LEN DEIGHTON. - Spy Hook [and] Spy Line [and] Spy Sinker. The second Bernard Sampson trilogy.
15726: SAMUEL JOHNSON. Frank Delaney - A Walk to the Western Isles. After Boswell & Johnson. (INSCRIBED). With illustrations.
BC17179: DON DELILLO. - The Silence. A novel.
19820: BERTIN DENEIRE - A Peace of Flanders. (INSCRIBED). Talbot House 1915 - ?. A Personal Story
JUL90417: SUSAN DERGES AND GARRY FABIAN MILLER. - Elective Affinities: Susan Derges and Garry Fabian Miller. With an introduction by Mark Haworth-Booth.
19663: VIRGINIA WOOLF. Louise deSalvo - Virginia Woolf. The Impact of Childhood Sexual Abuse on her Life and Work.
JH900080: JANE AUSTEN. D.D.Devlin. - Jane Austen and Education
BUL90894: DEBORAH DEVONSHIRE. - Home to Roost and Other Peckings. Edited by Charlotte Mosley, with an introduction by Alan Bennett and drawings by Will Topley. (SIGNED)
ARC93269: COLIN DEXTER. - The Dead of Jericho. An Inspector Morse novel.
ARC93268: COLIN DEXTER. - Service of All the Dead. An Inspector Morse novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC12626: JUNOT DÍAZ - The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao. (SIGNED)
BC10366: MICHAEL DIBDIN. - Dirty Tricks.
BC10365: MICHAEL DIBDIN. - Blood Rain. An Aurelio Zen mystery.
ARC91469: MICHAEL DIBDIN - Ratking. An Aurelio Zen mystery.
KP90140: PHILIP K.DICK. - Voices from the Street.
19866: CHARLES DICKENS. - Essays and Studies.
17133: CHARLES DICKENS - Works of Charles Dickens. With illustrations. (SPECIMEN COPY)
17127: CHARLES DICKENS - Mr. & Mrs. Charles Dickens. His Letters to Her. Edited with notes by Walter Dexter. With a foreword by their daughter, Kate Perugini.
17129: CHARLES DICKENS - Gone Astray. With an introduction by B.W.Matz and various illustrations.
BC17176: ANTHOLOGY. James Dickey, Paris Leary and Jon Swan. - Poets of Today VII. With a twenty-page introductory essay, 'Some Thoughts on Poetry', by John Hall Wheelock.
BUL90608: PATRIC DICKINSON - Winter Hostages. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC15120: EMILY DICKINSON - Poems. Edited by Two of Her Friends Mabel Loomis Todd and T.W.Higginson.
BC14025: PATRIC DICKINSON - A Wintering Tree. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC12368: PATRIC DICKINSON - This Cold Universe. Poems.
ARC92591: PETER DICKINSON - Skin Deep.
BUL90432: CAPTAIN E.G.DIGGLE, R.D., R.N.R. - The Romance of the Modern Liner. With a foreword by Admiral of the Fleet Earl Jellicoe of Scapa. (SIGNED)
BC16609: ANNIE DILLARD. - The Annie Dillard Reader.
ARC91119: S.S.VAN DINE - The Benson Murder Case.
ARC92798: THOMAS D.DISCH - The Genocides. A novel.
17210: MAURICE WILLSON DISHER - Clown. [A novel].
15475: MAURICE WILLSON DISHER - The Last Romantic. The Authorised Biography of Sir John Martin-Harvey. With a foreword by D.L.Murray.
15469: M.WILLSON DISHER - Pleasures of London. With numerous illustrations.
15473: MAURICE WILLSON DISHER - Mad Genius. A Biography of Edmund Kean, with particular reference to the women who made and unmade him. (WITH ALS)
BUL90987: REX DIXON - Pocomoto and the Circus Folk. With illustrations by Robert Hodgson.
15996: BONAMY DOBRÉE. (Sir John Vanbrugh interest) - Essays in Biography 1680-1726.
ARC91873: GEMINI. William Donaldson & Julian Mitchell (editors). - Gemini. The Oxford and Cambridge Magazine. A complete run of this short-lived periodical, of which just five volumes were issued between spring 1957 and spring 1958 (it was subsequently re-named 'Dialogue' and ran for a further six issues). Edited by Will
17213: J.P.DONLEAVY - Fairy Tales of New York. A play.
BUL90433: TERENCE DONOVAN. - The Cameras and Photographic Equipment. The catalogue of a Christie's sale held on Thursday 12 June 1997.
17169: CHARLES DICKENS. Frank Donovan - The Children of Charles Dickens.
ARC93258: H.D. [i.e. Hilda Doolittle]. - Hymen. Poems.
ARC90474: H.D. [Hilda Doolittle]. - Hedylus.
19789: MICHAEL DOSTER - Reflections
BUL90818: ARTHUR DOUGLAS - The Noah's Ark Murders.
BC17180: KEITH DOUGLAS. - The Complete Poems of Keith Douglas. Edited by Desmond Graham.
BC16815: NORMAN DOUGLAS. - D.H.Lawrence and Maurice Magnus. A Plea for Better Manners.
BC13800: NORMAN DOUGLAS - In the Beginning. A novel. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
18269: NORMAN DOUGLAS - They Went.
CAS0119: RODDY DOYLE - Rory & Ita. (SIGNED)
BC17078: ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE. - The Surgeon of Gaster Fell. A story. With an afterword by Daniel Stashower.
BC16403: RODDY DOYLE. - The Last Roundup. Complete in three volumes comprising 'A Star Called Henry', 'Oh, Play That Thing' [and] 'The Dead Republic'. (TWO VOLUMES SIGNED)
ARC93481: RODDY DOYLE. - The Barrytown Trilogy, complete in three volumes comprising 'The Commitments', 'The Snapper' [and] 'The Van'. (SIGNED)
ARC93310: CAMILLA DOYLE. - Poems.
ARC93506: RODDY DOYLE. - The Commitments.
ARC91643: ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE - His Last Bow. Some Reminiscences of Sherlock Holmes.
ARC90516: ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE. - The Last Galley. Impressions and Tales.
KP90716: RODDY DOYLE. - Smile. A novel.
BUL92039: MARGARET DRABBLE. - The Waterfall. A novel. (SIGNED)
19675: MARGARET DRABBLE - The Middle Ground. A nioel.
ARC90605: MERVYN PEAKE. Burgess Drake. - The Book of Lyonne. With line drawings and eight colour plates by Mervyn Peake.
BC17105: MICHAEL DRAYTON. - Nimphidia. The Court of Fayrie.
19065: THEODORE DREISER - Plays of the Natural and the Supernatural.
ARC91779: JOHN DRINKWATER. - Preludes 1921-1922.
9922609: C.H.DRUMMOND - A Message to Burgos. A novel [of the Spanish Civil War].
ARC90326: T.S.ELIOT. John Dryden. - Of Dramatick Poesie. An essay (1668). Preceded by 'A Dialogue on Poetic Drama' by T.S.Eliot.
BC17088: CAROL ANN DUFFY. - Feminine Gospels. Poems.
BC15954: CAROL ANN DUFFY - Mean Time. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC14565: CAROL ANN DUFFY - Love Poems.
BC12894: CAROL ANN DUFFY - edits and provides a brief introduction to the anthology 'Home and Away. New Poetry from the South'.
BC12279: CAROL ANN DUFFY - contributes her poem 'Politico' to an issue of the periodical 'Stand Magazine'. Summer 1987.
BC12084: PETER DUFFY - Brothers in Arms. The True Story of Three Men who Dified the Nazis, Saved 1,200 Jews, and Built a Village in the Forest.
ARC92716: CAROL ANN DUFFY - Selling Manhattan. Poems. (SIGNED)
BUL90636: NEVILLE DUKE AND EDWARD LANCHBERY - Sound Barrier. The Story of High-Speed Flight.
ARC92415: NEVILLE DUKE AND EDWARD LANCHBERY. - Sound Barrier. The Story of High-Speed Flight. (INSCRIBED)
BUL91032: JEFF DUNAS. - Femmes Captives
ARC93248: RONALD DUNCAN. - The Blue Fox [and] Jan at the Blue Fox. With illustrations by Michael Hanson.
BC17262: RONALD DUNCAN. - Journal of a Husbandman.
ARC93177: RONALD DUNCAN. - The Complete Pacifist. With brief introductory remarks by Eric Gill, Sylvia Townsend Warner, Arthur Wragg, Ruth Fry, Canon H.R.L.Sheppard, Gerald Heard and Dr. Maude Royden.
ARC92402: PERIODICAL. Ronald Duncan. - Five consecutive issues (No. 16, May 1942 - No. 20, February 1944) of the uncommon agricultural periodical 'The Scythe', formally 'The Townsman'. Edited by Ronald Duncan.
BC16409: HELEN DUNMORE - A Spell of Winter. A novel.
BC11400: DOUGLAS DUNN. - The Happier Life. Poems.
99159: DOUGLAS DUNN - Backwaters. Poems.
KP90368: DOUGLAS DUNN - Northlight. Poems.
KP90578: DOUGLAS DUNN - Boyfriends and Girlfriends. Stories
BC16458: PAUL DURCAN - A Snail in My Prime. New and Selected Poems.
BUL92203: GERALD DURRELL. - The Picnic and Suchlike Pandemonium.
BUL92060: GERALD DURRELL. - Marrying Off Mother and Other Stories.
BUL92058: GERALD DURRELL. - Beasts in my Belfry. With illustrations by Edward Mortelmans.
BUL92057: GERALD DURRELL. - Menagerie Manor. With illustrations by Ralph Thompson.
BC15513: LAWRENCE DURRELL - A special Lawrence Durrell issue of the quarterly periodical 'The Private Library'. Vol. 3, no. 4, winter 1990.
BC13291: LAWRENCE DURRELL - The Big Supposer. A Dialogue with Marc Alyn. Translated from the French by Francine Barker and illustrated with paintings by Durrell.
BC11037: LAWRENCE DURRELL. - Frying the Flag. With two full-page line drawings by John R.Smith.
ARC90384: LAWRENCE DURRELL. - The Alexandria Quartet. Compromising Justine', 'Balthazar', 'Mountolive' and 'Cleo'. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)'
991091: LAWRENCE DURRELL - The Fifth Antiquarian Book Fair. Handlist of Exhibitors. With a three-page introduction by Lawrence Durrell.
18276: LAWRENCE DURRELL - Cities Plains and People. Poems.
13516: LAWRENCE DURRELL. - Pen as Pencil. Drawings and Paintings by British Authors. The catalogue of an exhibition. With a preface by Lawrence Durrell.
11477: LAWRENCE DURRELL. - Cefalu. A novel.
BUL90279: PAUL DURST. - Backlash.
BC11539: JOHN SMITH. Stephen Dwoskin - Songs for Simpletons. Poems. With drawings by Stephen Dwoskin. (SIGNED)
BC15818: GEOFF DYER - White Sands. Experiences from the Outside World.
BC11412: GEOFF DYER. - The Search. A novel.
9922357: CLIFFORD DYMENT - The Railway Game. An Early Autobiography.
KP90231: CLIFFORD DYMENT. - Straight or Curly? Poems.
BC12860: PAT EARNSHAW - The Golden Hinde. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC15986: WILLIAM EASTLAKE - Castle Keep. A novel.
16434: MALCOLM EASTON. - Artists and Writers in Paris. The Bohemian Idea, 1803-1867. With illustrations.
ARC93221: RICHARD EBERHART. - A Bravery of Earth. A poem.
ARC92058: MIGNON G.EBERHART - Escape the Night.
BC16384: UMBERTO ECO - Numero Zero. A novel. Translated from the Italian by Richard Dixon.
16133: LEON EDEL - Bloomsbury. A House of Lions. With illustrations.
16586: ANTHOLOGY. David Edgar, Trevor Griffiths, David Hare, Julian Mitchell, Peter Prince, Howard Schuman & Hugh Whitemore. - Ah! Mischief. The Writer and Television. Edited by Frank Pike.
ARC93467: T.E.LAWRENCE. Charles Edmonds. - T.E.Lawrence.
BC17300: H.D. [i.e. Hilda Doolittle]. Susan Edmunds. - Out of Line. History, Psychoanalysis, and Montage in H.D.'s Long Poems.
ARC93508: EDWARD, DUKE OF YORK. - The Master of Game. The Oldest English Book on Hunting. Edited by Wm. A. and F.Baillie-Grohman. With a foreword by Theodore Roosevelt.
BC14856: WYNDHAM LEWIS. Paul Edwards. - Wyndham Lewis. Painter and Writer.
BC12890: WYNDHAM LEWIS. Paul Edwards. - Wyndham Lewis's Narrative of Origins: 'The Death of the Ankou'.
ARC93257: LIONEL EDWARDS. - My Hunting Sketch Book. With illustrations by the author.
BC15262: SERGEI EISENSTEIN. - Que Viva Mexico! With an introduction by Ernest Lindgren.
BC15261: SERGEI EISENSTEIN - Ivan the Terrible. A Screenplay. Translated from the Russian by Ivor Montagu and Herbert Marshall. Edited, with appendices and illustrations by Ivor Montagu.
BC12329: FRÉDÉRIC CHOPIN. Benita Eisler. - Chopin's Funeral.
BUL90030: ROBERT EKVALL. - Tents Against the Sky. A novel of Tibet.
BC14907: T.S.ELIOT. - An Exhibition of Manuscripts and First Editions of T.S.Eliot.
ARC93435: T.S.ELIOT. - An Address to the Members of the London Library, delivered on the occasion of Eliot's assuming the office of President of the Library. Delivered at the Annual General Meeting of Members in the Reading Room, 22 July 1952.

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