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JENNINGS, ELIZABETH
An Oxford Cycle. Poems
. Oxford, Thornton's, 1987. 16pp. One of a limited edition of 538 copies. Fine copy in original covers, << Spell of Oxford - It is a scheme of spires / a haze of green / a range of clouds / A cluster of boys / And girls and the old.......>> one of the 38 specials, but not signed. the poet promised to sign all 38 , came to sign, but left after only signing 6 copies. note by the publisher.
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JENNINGS. ELIZABETH,
An Oxford Cycle. Poems
. Oxford, Thornton's , 1987, [4] 16pp. illustrated wrappers, one of a limited edition of 538 copies. Not many of this edition survive, most were destroyed as a result of a flood. Elizabeth Jennings Elizabeth Joan Jennings, poet, born July 18 1926; died October 26 2001. Elizabeth was born in Boston, Lincolnshire, England in July 18, 1926. Her father was a respected Chief Medical Officer who moved the family to Oxford when she was six years old. She later discovered poetry while attending the Oxford high school. After attending St Anne's College, Oxford, Elizabeth became a librarian at Oxford city library. Having more time to focus on her writing she published her first collection of poetry (1953) which drew the attention of Robert Conquest. Mr. Conquest would later publish her work with the likes of famous authors Kingsley Amis, Philip Larkin, Thom Gunn and others in his 1956 - - New Lines Anthology - - , which would later become known as - - The Movement - - . Throughout the 1960's, Elizabeth was one of the most popular poets in England. She never married and published a great number of works. Elizabeth once said, "I write fast and revise very little. A street in North Oxford has now been named after. We are certain she would not have approved. THIS IS ONE OF THE FEW COPIES THE AUTHOR SIGNED, IT IS MARKED D . She only signed 6 copies of the 38 specials. [ Dr - M - 2 ].
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JOHNSON, BEN
The Works. 6 Volumes
. London, J Walthoe, M Wotton, J Nicholson and others, 1716. 6 volumes, 512: 448: 488: 455: 432: 414 [10]pp, engraved portrait frontispiece to volume 1, engraved plates, in new hardback bindings preserving the centre pieces of the calf leather of the original bindings recessed (see images) new end papers with armorial ex-libris of J. Belchier with the motto Loyal jusqu'a la mort. Volume 1: Half of first blank missing (torn of vertically) heavily foxed; volume 2: first blank coverd with signatures and blodges in ink, foxed heavier in some sections but less than volume 1, silk page marker; volume 3 has 2 blanks in front and rear small scribble on first blank, less foxed/browned than 1 and 2; volume 4 blanks in front and rear ink scribbling on last blank, small scribble on first blank, somewhat heavier foxed and stained; volume 5, small scribble on last blank, browned throughout; volume 6 small scribble /squiggle on first blank, browned throughout.
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JOYCE, JAMES
Ulysses
. London Folio Society 2004 Limited and Numbered Edition Published on 16 June, 2004 to mark the Centenary of the day on which the action of the book is set. The edition was limited to 1760 copies. In full goatskin binding, blocked with a design by Jeff Clements (a turquoise-blue leather, with gilt and black decoration) with gold colour endpapers. In a dark blue buckram-bound solander box blocked with Joyce's signature in gilt on the front and used with special permission of the Joyce estate and the title in gilt on spine side. The text used is the one as issued in the 1998 Folio Society edition (which takes the text of the 1926 second edition) set in Old Style with Pastonchi display. Illustrated with 18 etchings with gold leaf by Mimo Paladino. With gilded top edge and ribbon marker, 758 pages, 18 plates, Introduction by Jacques Aubert and a new, revised 2004 preface by the author's grandson Stephen James Joyce. Paladino's etchings were first published in a limited edition of 18 copies. In new condition in original box.
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KINGSLEY, CHARLES,
Miscellanies.
0. 1859. Reprinted chiefly from 'Fraser's Magazine' and the 'North British Review'. Two Volumes, London, John W. Parker and Son, 1859; [iv], 407, [8], [iv], 390, [i] pp.; publisher's red blind-stamped cloth, spines lettered in gilt, buff-coloured endpapers; two small holes in the spine of the second volume neatly repaired, contemporary signature on front free endpapers. First edition.
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KIPLING, RUDYARD,
The Absent-Minded Beggar
. A poem ( famously set to music by Sir Arthur Sullivan) . The song was written as part of an appeal by the Daily Mail to raise money for soldiers fighting in the South African War (sometimes known as the Boer War) and their families. The fund was the first such charitable effort for a war. The chorus of the song exhorted its audience to "pass the hat for your credit's sake, and pay- pay- pay!" The patriotic poem and song caused a sensation and was constantly performed throughout the war and beyond. Kipling was offered a knighthood shortly after publication of the poem but declined the honour. Vast numbers of copies of the poem and sheet music were published, and large quantities of merchandise were sold to aid the charity. The "Absent Minded Beggar Fund" raised a total of about GBP 250,000. 1899, 318 x 230 mm. The text is printed in green, portrait of Kipling in sepia on the the front cover = Caton Woodville"s illustrations of "A Gentleman in Khaki",FIRST EDITION. WITH Kipling's speech: Indictment of the government, the famous speech at Tunbridge Wells on May 16th, 1913 also published by the Daily Express, 4 A-4 pages.
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LAVER, JAMES
Love's Progress, Or, the Education of Araminta
. The Nonesuch Press, Bloomsbury, 1929; 32pp; publ. card with marbled paper wrappers; fr. wrapper sunned, extremities worn spine cracked, interior well preserved. LIMITED EDITION: No. 1412 of 1525 copies. [ DR 3 ]( private press ).
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LEHMANN, JOHN,
The London Magazine.
0. 1954. A Monthly Review of Literature. Edited by John Lehmann. Volume One, London, 1954. Ten original monthly issues [of 11, missing July]; publisher's original wrappers; first owner's surname in top margin of front wrappers, top edges minimally spotted; generally very good. A complete set of the first volume would comprise only eleven issues, as the periodical was launched in February 1954, and includes a printed message from T.S.Eliot. Other celebrated contributors include W.H.Auden, Cyril Connolly, Grahame Greene, George Barker, Vernon Watkyns, Louis MacNeice, Thom Gunn, Eleanor Farjeon ("Edward Thomas and Robert Frost"), Geoffrey Hill ("Letter from Oxford"), and many more.
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LEHMANN, JOHN,
The London Magazine.
0. 1960. A Monthly Review of Literature. Edited by John Lehmann. Volume 7. London, 1960. Twelve original monthly issues comprising Volume 7; publisher's original wrappers, repeated title-page vignette after Edward Ardizzone; an excellent set. With numerous celebrated contributors, including Ted Hughes ("The Rain Horse"), Sylvia Plath ("The Daughters of Blossom Street" and "Two Poems"), Robert Graves, Evelyn Waugh, Geoffrey Grigson, Louis MacNeice, L.P.Hartley, George Orwell, Jean Rhys, Alex Comfort, and many more.
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LEHMANN, JOHN,
The London Magazine.
0. 1955. A Monthly Review of Literature. Edited by John Lehmann. London, 1955. Eleven original monthly issues [of 12: lacking the June issue]. Original printed wrappers, (repeated) title-page vignette after Edward Ardizzone; first owner's surname in top margin of front wrappers, occasional light spots to top edges; a very good run, with the Index to volume two loosely inserted. With numerous celebrated contributors, including W.H.Auden, Charles Causley, Jack Clemo, Geoffrey Grigson, Augustus John, Roy Fuller, Thom Gunn, B.H.Liddell Hart, Louis MacNeice, Bernard Spencer, John Wain, and many more.
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LEWES, G.H.,
Ranthorpe.
0. 1847. Copyright Edition for Continental Circulation. Leipzig, Bernh. Tauchnitz Junior, 1847; small square 8vo; xii, 307 pp.; pre-1914 half cloth over hand-marbled paper-covered boards, patterned endpapers.; contents spotted and browned. A genuinely contemporary Tauchnitz printing in a later binding.
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LEWIS, WYNDHAM,
The Writer and the Absolute.
0. 1952. London, Methuen, 1952; vi, 202pp.; publisher's original cloth, dust-wrapper; short splits at edges of dust-wrapper, with small chips in it at head and tail; a small label has been removed at some time from the bottom of the front part of the dust-wrapper, leaving a small neat oblong area, of about. 5cm. x 1.5 cm. darker than the rest. a few spots to edges. First edition. A good copy.
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LINLEY, W.,
Shakespeare's Dramatic Songs
0. 1816. to all his Dramas, selected and composed by W.Linley, Esq. London, Printed and Sold by Preston .. n.d. [1816]; folio; copper-engraved title-page with tissue-guard, engraved dedication page, 4 pp. text, 76 engraved pages of music, [i] Preston's catalogue; publisher's original printed boards, uncut; boards detached, worn at edges, with a few very small stains, a few contemporary childish messages written on the rear board, spine missing. Volume I ONLY [of two], with the composer's ink initials beneath the imprint on the title-page. This first volume contains Linley's selection of what he considered the best and most appropriate music for the "The Tempest", "The Two Genlemen of Verona", "Twelfth Night", "Measure for Measure", "Much Ado about Nothing", "A Midsummer Night's Dream", "Love's Labours Lost" and "The Merchant of Venice". It includes two compositions by his now more highly regarded brother, Thomas Linley, printed from manuscript - "While you here do snoring lie" and "Ere you can say", both for "The Tempest" - many new compositions of his own, and compositions by Arne, Purcell and others.
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MALORY , SIR THOMAS ILLUSTRATED BY AUBREY BEARDSLEY
Le Morte D'arthur
Dent. Ill.: Beardsley. J. M. Dent & Co. Ltd. 1988 , a very fine and complete copy with the slip-case. ; IV, 538 p. [26] leaves of plates : ill. ; 31 cm. This edition is a fine facsimile of the fourth edition. weight 4 KG. ISBN 10: 0460078453 / ISBN 13: 9780460078450. (ISBN: 0460078453) .
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MANN, THOMAS,
Royal Highness
0. 1816. Translated by A.Cecil Curtis. London, Sidgwick & Jackson, 1916; x, 362, [i] pp.; publisher's cloth; binding worn, rubbed, and slightly marked, earlier owner's name on front f.e p. and repeated on front fly-leaf. First edition in English.
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MASEFIELD, JOHN
Grace Before Ploughing: Fragments of Autobiography
. Heinemann, 1966 , 1st Edition. Dust Jacket torn and price clipped. Foxing to page edges. End papers discoloured. Previous owner's Inscription on f.e.p.with written date June 67. INSERTED ARE Masefield's 2 handwritten notes to Jack Thornton, one dated April 30th 1966, one with 4 lines the other with 5 lines, both signed in full John Masefield. From his address Burcote Brook in Abingdon. John Masefield (1878-1967) served as Poet Laureate of Great Britain from 1930 until his death. His first collection of poetry, Salt Water Ballads, published when Masefield was only 24, contained one of his most famous poems, "Sea Fever". Masefield is also known for his narrative poems, including The Everlasting Mercy, Dauber and Reyard the Fox. ISBN 10: / ISBN 13: 9780434452071. (ISBN: 0434452076) .
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MATZ, B.W., (COMPILER)
Character Sketches from Dickens Compiled with Foreword By B W Matz. Editor of the Dickensian. With an Introduction By Kate Perugini (Charles Dickens' Daughter) Illustrated By Harold Copping,
. Edition De Luxe limited to 1000 numbered copies of which this is number 182 signed by the illustrator, the compiler and the publisher Frontispiece is an engraving by J.C. Armytage from a photograph of Dickens taken in America in 1868 .Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd, 1924, 147pp. large 4to sized book. In full dark brown leather with gilt titling on the spine and a raised title design and small portrait of Dickens on the front board. The fine coloured plates by Copping are tipped in. complete with the silk page marker. binding worn [ DR 7].
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MAUGHAM, WILLIAM SOMERSET, 1874 - 1965,
Typed Letter, a-5, Dated 23rd July 1952. Signed in Ink
. to Professor Jean Seznec, Oxford University. On note paper with the address Villa Mauresque. St. Jean - Cap Ferrat, A.M. He acknowledges receipt of Seznec's inaugural lecture.
Maugham was born in Paris. He was noted as an expert storyteller and a master of fiction technique. An introverted child afflicted with a stammer, Maugham was orphaned at 10 and sent to live with his uncle, a vicar. Although he later studied medicine and completed his internship, he never practiced, having decided at an early age to devote himself to literature. He lived in grand style, spending much of his life on the French Riviera and traveling widely, particularly to East Asia and the South Pacific.
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MILLER, THOMAS,
English Country Life.
0. 1859. Consisting of Descriptions of Rural Habits, Country Scenery, and the Seasons. With nearly three hundred illustrations, by Birket Foster, Jihn Gilbert, William Harvey, etc. London, Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, 1859; xvi, 479pp. with very numerous illustrations; publisher's blue cloth, gilt to a design by John Leighton on spine and front cover, a.e.g.; front board a little discoloured or spotted towards the edge, lacking front endpaper, light marginal finger-mark on title-page. First edition. A fresh copy of another countryside treasury by this prolific author and enthusiastic lover of the English countryside. The illustrations for his books are often very good, if not exquisite, and this work is no exception.
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MOORE, THOMAS,
The Epicurean,
0. A Tale. Withn Vignette Illustrations by J.M.W. Turner, Esq. R.A. and Alciphron, A Poem. London, John MACRONE, 1839; XII, 2238, [II], 67 pp. with 4 steel-engraved frontispiece and title-page, and 3 steel-engraved plates; publisher's red cloth, spine pictorially gilt and captioned "Turner's Illustrated Edition", boards blind-stamped with gilt; lozenge on front; binding slightly dull, spine a little rubbed with minimal wear at head of spine and very small splits at hinges;at hinges; light spotting and light embrowning. First Turner edition. "The Epicurean" was first published in 1827, and became popular. Moore explains in his introduction to this edition that an edition illustrated by Turner was the brainchild of the publisher, John Macrone. Turner actually produced numerous sketches for many episodes of the work:, but only four were selected; his originals were rediscovered by E.T.Cook in 1905 and discussed in his "Hidden Treasures in the National Gallery".
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NICOLAS, YVON
The Belief in Personal Immorality
0. Printed & published by Philip Sainsbury at The Cayme Press, Kensington, 1925; 48pp; pictorial colophon; publ. boards plus title label; spine worn away, otherwise well preserved. With a dedication by the AUTHOR. [ DR - M 3 acht ]( private press ).
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O'BRIAN, PATRICK:
Caesar and Hussein. 2 Volumes in Slip-Case,
. 1999, The author's first two novels published in 1930 and 1938 respectively. Neither had been reprinted since. Caesar tells the poignant, autobiographical tale of a panda-leopard. Hussein is a picaresque tale of the adventures of a young Indian boy growing to manhood under the Raj. Patrick O'Brian's gift for storytelling and love of natural history are already well in evidence and both books are excellent entertainment for readers of all ages. With a new foreword by the author. One of the 250 signed copies of the limited edition bound in leather, tooled spines . Copy as new.
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Book number: 020349
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PERRYMAN, K. (ED.)
Babel Volumes Vi, Vii, Viii and X
. BABEL VI; includes the first appearance in English of several of Samuel Beckett's Mirlitonnades, and previously unpublished work by Andr du Bouchet, George Mackay Brown, Max Frisch, Marius Kociejowski, Laurence Lerner and William Radice; new translations into English of poems by Heine, Rilke, Baudelaire and Verlaine, into German of poems by R. S. Thomas, Richard Wilbur and Geoffrey Hill. / BABEL VII: includes previously unpublished work by Ted Hughes, John Latham, Karl Krolow, Gnter Kunert, Sheenagh Pugh, Sen Rafferty, William Stafford, and translations of poems by Paul Celan. / BABEL VIII: includes previously unpublished work by W. S. Graham (two poems), Sheenagh Pugh, Stephen Spender, Claude Vige and Richard Wilbur; new translations of poems by Celan, Nietzsche and Rilke into English, of poems by Geoffrey Hill, Sen Rafferty and R. S. Thomas into German; and an essay (in German) on translating poetry by Bruno Weinhals. / BABEL X: includes previously unpublished poems in English by D. V. Cooke, Peter Green, David Mason Heminway, Christopher Jenkin-Jones, David Kuhrt, Christopher Middleton, Sheenagh Pugh and Peter Russell; and new translations into English of poems by Baudelaire and Mallarm (by Michael Croshaw) and of poems by Richard Exner; new translations into German of work by George Mackay Brown, Basil Bunting and R. S. Thomas; and new poems in German. Founded in 1983, BABEL is devoted to new poetry in English, German and, occasionally, French, and to new translations of poetry (always with the original poems). BABEL is not avant-garde or post-anything. Each issue of BABEL presents work by unknown poets, but BABEL prints their work alongside previously unpublished material by well known authors such as Samuel Beckett, Anne Beresford, George Mackay Brown, Jean Genet, Ted Hughes, Friederike Mayrcker, Sheenagh Pugh, R.S. Thomas, Claude Vige and Richard Wilbur. The poems are set in Bodoni, the titles in Helvetica Light; 72-80pp. offset lithography on laid paper; 25 x 18.5 cm, sewn; light grey Conqueror wrappers.perfect bound in printed wrappers.) TOGETHER 4 VOLUMES OF THE SERIES [ST].
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PINTER HAROLD AS HAROLD PINTA
Poetry London Volume 6 Number 22 Summer 1951
. London: Editions Poetry, 1951. 40pp. 3 illustrations. Dark green stapled wrappers. Edited by Richard March and Nicholas Moore. Very good copy. Includes the poem "One a Story, Two a Death," which is the third published appearance by Harold Pinter, credited here as Harold Pinta. Other contributors include Herbert Read, Osbert Sitwell, Roy Campbell, D.G. Bridson, William Jay Smith, James Reeves, and Ronald Bottral, and others.
Pinter believed an aunt's erroneous view that the family was Sephardic and had fled the Spanish Inquisition; thus, for his early poems, Pinter used the pseudonym Pinta and at other times used variations such as da Pinto. Later research by Lady Antonia Fraser, Pinter's second wife, revealed the legend to be apocryphal; three of Pinter's grandparents came from Poland and the fourth from Odessa, so the family was Ashkenazic.
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POPE, ALEXANDER,
The Works
0. 1764. in Six Volumes, Complete, with his last Corrections, Additions, and Improvements,as they were delivered to the Editor, a little before his Death, together with the Notes of Mr.Warburton. London, printed for A. Millar, J. & R. Tonson, H.Lintot, and C.Bathurst, 1764; each volume 300-400 pp. plates; contemporary half calf, spines gilt with raised bands, gilt rules and floral designs, pale orange and green lettering-pieces, grey marbled boards, coloured marbled endpapers, red edges; two tiny holes in one spine, unobtrusive rubbing or abrasure to the surface of the marbled paper covering some boards. A good contemporary set of Pope, including the letters and contemporary illustrations, firmly and handsomely bound.
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