found: 73 books on 3 pages. This is page 1
- Next page

 
BARKHUDAROV, S.R AND MANY OTHERS ( EDS.)
Slovar Russkogo Yazyka Xviii Veka Volumes 1-21 , All Volumes Published So Far
. At head of title page: Institut russkogo iazyka. Akademiia nauk SSSR. / Rossiiskaia akademiia nauk, Institut lingvisticheskikh issledovanii, 1984 - 2015, [redaktsionnaya kollegiya S.G. Barkhudarov..et al.].Original cloth bindings, Ex-library Hertford college, University of Oxford with the small college library stamps on the end papers, titles, reverse title pages and in some cases above the list of editors/contributors, texts darkened in part of the volumes, later volumes printed on better quality paper. Volumes 20 and 21 unmarked. A rare set complete till the present including the small Ukazatel' istochnikov issued in 1984, 144pp. STANDING ORDERS FOR FUTURE CAN BE RECORDED.
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: F3019
GBP 185.00 [Appr.: EURO 207.25 US$ 236.28 | JP¥ 26194]
Catalogue: Slavic
Keywords: Russian Dictionaries

 
BRIGGS, A.D.P.,
Vladimir Mayakovsky : A Tragedy
. (Russian literary profiles) Oxford, 1979, 127 pages, paperback
¶ with the author's dedication in ink , signed, dated April 1979. (ISBN: 0902672355) .
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: F2290
GBP 6.50 [Appr.: EURO 7.5 US$ 8.3 | JP¥ 920]
Catalogue: Slavic
Keywords: Russian Literature Weblists 0902672355

 
ADDINGTON, HENRY,
Some Account of the Abbey Church
0. 1860. of St. Peter and St. Paul at Dorchester Oxfordshire. Re-Issue. with Additional Notes, and a short Account of the Restoration of the North Aisle by the Rev. W.C.Macfarlane .. Oxford and London, Parker, 1860; xvi, 176, 4 pp. with frontispiece and numerous wood-engraved plates and illiustrations; publisher's red cloth, spine lettered in gilt, boards ruled in blind, t.e.g.; moderately worn, short splits in front hinge, inner hinges split.
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: IS00421
GBP 65.00 [Appr.: EURO 73 US$ 83.02 | JP¥ 9203]
Catalogue: Architecture
Keywords: Ianweb Oxfordshire Topography Ecclesiastical History Local History Dorchester on Thame Medieval Architectural History Architecture Illustrated Books Wood-Engraving

 
CROSS, A.G.,
The Russian Theme in English Literature. From
. the Sixteenth Century to 1980. An Introductory Survey and a Bibliography, CONTENTS: Introduction / Chronological Index / Author Index / Short Title Index / Subject Index Both the introductory essay and the new bibliography break completely new ground in the study of Anglo-Russian literary relations. The long introductory essay (of about 22,000 words) attempts to survey Russian themes in original English imaginative writing (poetry, plays, novels) from Elizabethan times up to the present day against the background of general de4velopments in Anglo-Russian relations. It reveals the persistent interest in Russia over more than four centuries by a host of writers, both major and log-since forgotten, and introduces little known works in all genres which provide an interesting insight into English attitudes and prejudices. The bibliography lists nearly 1100 works and is divided into four sections. The first and central part is the chronological listing, arranged according to the publication date of the first British edition. Full details of American editions are given only when no British edition subsequently appeared, although indications of prior publication in the U.S.A. and of any differences in title are provided in the annotation. The second listing is an alphabetical index of authors. Numbers locate the works by the individual authors in the chronological index. Finally, there is a Subject Index, which performs the function of allowing researchers to identify works in the first Index that refer to such broad areas as 'Peter the Great', '1812', 'the Crimean War', 'Nihilists', 'the October revolution'. Oxford, 1985; 278pp. bound in d/j, illustrated fine copy.
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: R51011
GBP 9.00 [Appr.: EURO 10.25 US$ 11.49 | JP¥ 1274]
Keywords: Clivedone Russian Literature Slavic Thornslav

 
CROSS, A.G.,
Russian Literature in the Age of Catherine the Great.
. A collection of essays. Oxford, 1976; 229pp. good hardback Introduction; The Memoirs of A.T. Bolotov and Russian Literary History; Continuity and Change in the Russian Ode; Fedor Emin and the Beginnings of the Russian Novel; A Trojan Horse within the Walls of Classicism: Russian Classicism and The National Specific; Radishchev"s Polemic Against Sentimentalism in the Cuase of Eighteeneth-Century Utilitarianism; Sentimentalism and Pre-Romanticism as Terms and Concepts; Russian Literature in the Reign of Catherine: Synchronic Tables; Bibliography of English-Language Scholarship on Russian Eighteenth-Century Literature, Thought and Culture, 1900-1974; Notes on Contributors; Index. [sp]. (ISBN: 0902672290) .
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: F3076
GBP 9.75 [Appr.: EURO 11 US$ 12.45 | JP¥ 1380]
Keywords: Russian Literature Thornslav 0902672290

 
MURPHY , A.B.,
Mikhail Zoshchenko a Literary Profile
. Oxford, Willem A. Meeuws, 1981, 163 pp. Paperback with sunned spine, o/w very good, text pristine. (ISBN: 0902672444) .
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: F048-F
GBP 4.95 [Appr.: EURO 5.75 US$ 6.32 | JP¥ 701]
Catalogue: Slavic
Keywords: 0902672444

 
O'TOOLE, L.M. [PADDY] AND ANN SHUKMAN (EDS.)
General Semiotics (Russian Poetics in Translation Volume 3)
. Oxford, Holdan Books, 1976,82pp. paperback. Contents: Modelling significance of the concepts "end" and "beginning" in artistic texts / Yu. M. Lotman ; translated by Wendy Rosslyn --Logico-semiotic level of proverbs and sayings: towards a classification of the genre / G. Permyakov ; translated by Doris Bradbury --Stage setting, artistic space and time in the folk theatre / P.G. Bogatyrev ; translated by L.M. O'Toole --On the cosmological origins of early historical descriptions / V.N. Toporov ; translated by Christopher English. In the mid-1970s, with the establishment of the Neo-Formalist Circle in Britain and the publication of a number of international anthologies of and commentaries on the Russian Formalist theorists of the period 1916-1932, it became clear that this important school of literary theory and criticism was only sketchily known to scholars unable to read Russian. The editors, Ann Shukman and Michael O'Toole, published in English ten volumes (80-120pp. each) of the key Formalists: Eikhenbaum, Tynyanov, Shklovsky, Brik, Jakobson, Tomashevsky, Yarkho, Bernstein, Freidenberg, Bogatyrev and Vinogradov on poetry, prose genres, dramatic structure and cinema.Since the Soviet suppression of Formalist theorizing in the early 1930s, it was left to the Bakhtin School of discourse theory and the Prague School of Structuralists to continue the best of their enterprises until the emergence of the Russian Structuralist theorists of the 1960s to 80s, such as Lotman, Zholkovsky, Scheglov, Toporov, Gasparov, Tarlinskaya and Permyakov, who have continued to influence theories of literature, cinema, language and culture worldwide. [note; Holdan books took over Thornton's Bookshop in Oxford in 1983 ).
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: F3198
GBP 12.50 [Appr.: EURO 14 US$ 15.96 | JP¥ 1770]
Catalogue: Linguistics
Keywords: Linguistics Semiotics

 
ODOEVSKII, V.,
Romanticheskie Povesti.
. Introduction and Selected bibliography by N. Cornwell. Reprint of the 1929 edition. Oxford,1975; 399pp. bound, fine.
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: R71415
GBP 8.50 [Appr.: EURO 9.75 US$ 10.86 | JP¥ 1203]
Catalogue: Slavic
Keywords: Russian Literature Slavic Thornslav

 
ANGERMAIR, ELISABETH, JENS KOCH, ANTON LOEFFELMEIER, EVA OHLEN, INGO SCHWAB, ANDREAS HEUSLER
Die Rosenthals. Der Aufstieg Einer Juedischen Antiquarsfamilie Zu Weltruhm.
. Wien-Koeln-Weimar, Boehlau, 2002, 262pp. illustrated with 40 photographs, facsimiles etc. new hardback in d/j ISBN-13: 978-3205770206. [ST]. (ISBN: 320577020X) .
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: F1888
GBP 45.00 [Appr.: EURO 50.5 US$ 57.47 | JP¥ 6371]
Catalogue: Rare
Keywords: Oxford Antiquarian Booktrade Jewish 320577020x

 
RICHARDS, D., & C. COCKRELL, (EDS., TRANSL.),
Russian Views of Pushkin
. Contains 26 essays by Gogol, Annenkov, Dobrolyubov, Grigoriev, Turgenev, Dostoevsky, Merezhkovsky, Solovyov, Shestov, Aikhenval'd, Eikhenbaum, Gershenzon, Tomashevsky, Mirsky, Vinogradov, Lezhnev, Vinokur, Stepanov, Slonimsky, Belinsky, Herzen, BlagoiPisarev, Blok, Shklovsky, Frank . Oxford, 1976; 263pp. bound in d/j , portrait of Pushkin on frontisp. SIGNED BY DAVID RICHARDS ON F.E.P.
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: 091134-2
GBP 8.50 [Appr.: EURO 9.75 US$ 10.86 | JP¥ 1203]
Catalogue: Slavic
Keywords: Loft All Russian Literature Slavic Thornslav

 
RICHARDS, D., & C. COCKRELL, (EDS., TRANSL.),
Russian Views of Pushkin
. Contains 26 essays by Gogol, Annenkov, Dobrolyubov, Grigoriev, Turgenev, Dostoevsky, Merezhkovsky, Solovyov, Shestov, Aikhenval'd, Eikhenbaum, Gershenzon, Tomashevsky, Mirsky, Vinogradov, Lezhnev, Vinokur, Stepanov, Slonimsky, Belinsky, Herzen, BlagoiPisarev, Blok, Shklovsky, Frank . Oxford, 1976; 263pp. bound in d/j , portrait of Pushkin on frontisp.
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: 091134
GBP 6.50 [Appr.: EURO 7.5 US$ 8.3 | JP¥ 920]
Catalogue: Slavic
Keywords: Loft All Russian Literature Slavic Thornslav

 
UNWIN , RAYNER,
The Making of the Lord of the Rings. Limited Edition of 112 Copies
. 2018, 112 copies printed in June 2018. In coloured covers and with some added bibliographical information . 2 editions: A] 100 copies in stapled card covers numbered 1 - 100, with the ISBN 1 85476 052 1 and B] 12 copies in Italian hand-made marbled paper covered boards and linen spine numbered I - XII with the ISBN 1 85476 053 X. Originally Issued in a limited edition of 250 copies on the occasion of the centenary celebrations at Keble college Oxford. 1992, 8pp. text and covers on cream paper and thin board and reprinted unchanged with the same ISBN (100 copies) in 2007. Rayner Unwin first published a shorter version of this in The Bookseller. Wim Meeuws (Thornton's Bookshop) asked him if he would give permission to publish this. Unwin immediately consented and not only that, he sent a longer updated version. The booklet came out just on time for the occasion of J.R.R. Tolkien's centenary celebrations in 1992 and all copies were practically sold during the Oxford Tolkien conference and Oxonmoot. THIS IS ONE OF THE SPECIAL EDITION: 12 copies in Italian hand-made marbled paper covered boards and linen spine numbered I - XII with the ISBN 1 85476 053 X. this edition has a small coloured decorative motive on the title page and a facsimile of Rayner Unwin's signature taken from the one copy he signed in 1992 on the last text page (inside rear cover) COPY NUMBER I. (ISBN: 185476053X) .
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: F01404-I
GBP 55.00 [Appr.: EURO 61.75 US$ 70.24 | JP¥ 7787]
Catalogue: Tolkien
Keywords: Tolkien Limited Numbered Oxford 185476053x

 
ZINOVIEV, A.,
Non-Standard Logic and Its Applications (Several Lectures in Oxford)
. The Oxford Lectures No. 1. Oxford, 1983; 36pp. paper, 1st edition. By the author of The yawning heights a.o. (ISBN: 0902672576) .
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: SH0170-2
GBP 3.50 [Appr.: EURO 4 US$ 4.47 | JP¥ 496]
Catalogue: Slavic
Keywords: Russian Linguistics Slavic Thornslav 0902672576

 
ZINOVIEV, A.,
Non-Standard Logic and Its Applications (Several Lectures in Oxford)
. The Oxford Lectures No. 1. Oxford, 1983; the original 36 typewritten single-sided pages by the author with his handwritten corrections and a handwritten confirmation written from his address in Munich to state that he has given the copyright to Willem Meeuws. with his signature in Cyrillic and transcribed and dated 7 May 1979. In the original brown envelope addressed to the address of the publisher at Holdan Books Ltd in Oxford. Address of the author on the rear of this envelope. Zinoviev gave these lectures in Oxford at the time, but was so bored otherwise that he was utterly delighted to find our Russian department and staff in North Parade Avenue. He spent most of his free time with us. [DL 1/3].
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: F1320
GBP 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 84 US$ 95.79 | JP¥ 10619]
Catalogue: Slavic
Keywords: Russian Linguistics Slavic Thornslav

 
AUDEN, W.H.,
Good and Evil in the Lord of the Rings.
. Oxford, 1993, 16pp. including the stiff front cover, issued originally as free insert for the 1992 catalogue Tolkien and Friends number 4, issued on the occasion of the centenary celebrations at Keble college, Oxford. there were 26 copies marked A - Z for friends of the publisher, never made available in the trade. Printed on single sides, A-4 with front cover in 3 colours (initials W and A) on conqueror paper, This edition has a colophon which did not appear in the regular edition. Actual year of publication was 1992. this copy in loose sheets is stamped below the colophon: Uncorrected proof copy followed by the title. [ Tolkien inklings Oxford ].
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: F0240-9
GBP 9.50 [Appr.: EURO 10.75 US$ 12.13 | JP¥ 1345]
Catalogue: 1234-done
Keywords: Tolkien Tolkien

 
AYLIFFE, JOHN, 1676-1732
The Antient and Present State of the University of Oxford. 2 Volumes.
. Containing I. An account of its antiquity, past government, and sufferings from the Danes, and other people, both foreign and domestick. II. An account of its colleges, halls, and publick buildings; of their founders and especial benefactors; the laws, statutes, and privileges relating thereunto in general; and of their visitors and their power, &c. III. An account of the laws, statutes and privileges of the University, and such of the laws of the realm which do any wise concern the same; together with an abstrct of several royal grants and charters given to the said University, and the sense and opinion of the lawyers thereupon. To which is added the method of proceeding in the Chancellor's Court. With an appendix and index to the whole. London : Printed for E. Curll, at the Dial and Bible against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet,,1714, [24] 518 [10]; 334 [10] CLXXXIX [1]pp.full calf with 4 raised bands and title labels. binddings very worn, hinges split, but book blocks still tightly attached to bindings, foxing throughout. name in ink at bottom of titles is Salomon Cypriani, dated 1715.[DL 1/4-5].
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: F1090
GBP 85.00 [Appr.: EURO 95.25 US$ 108.56 | JP¥ 12035]
Catalogue: Rare
Keywords: Oxford Rare

 
BAMPFYLDE, JAMES,
The Poems of James Bampfylde.
. {Being the slim output of a minor 18th century poet.].Edited and introduced by R.Lonsdale.No 32 of 300 copies.Signed by the editor.The Perpetua Press, Oxford 1988.80pp.;bound in publ.beige cl.with gilt initials on fr.bd.and titles on spine;plain paper d.w.;features in frontis -piece painting by J.Reynolds of the poet and friend.Full intro and notes( private press ).
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: 011811
GBP 14.50 [Appr.: EURO 16.25 US$ 18.52 | JP¥ 2053]
Keywords: Bibliophile Private Press Signed Signaturebook Rare Antiquarian Bibliophile Private Press Limited Signed English Literature

 
BAYLEY, JOHN
Iris. A Memoir of Iris Murdoch.
. Duckworth, 1998, 189pp. hardback in d/j in pristine condition. Signed: With best wishes from John Bayley & Iris in ink across the title page. [ DR - M ]. (ISBN: 0715629328) .
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: F0248
GBP 95.00 [Appr.: EURO 106.5 US$ 121.33 | JP¥ 13451]
Catalogue: Signed Books
Keywords: Bibliophile Signed Weblists Signaturebook Signed Books Oxford Memoirs Iris Murdoch 0715629328

 
BLUNDEN, E.,
Near and Far and the Poems. 2 Titles
. Two signed first editions [one limited] viz: Near and Far. New Poems. London,Cobden-Sanderson, 1929; 67pp.; or. cl. paper label on spine; occas. v.sl. foxing; WITH: The Poems of Edmund Blunden. London, Cobden-Sanderson,1930; xviii, 336pp.; or. cl.; sp. faded & very sl. marked, bds partlyfaded, bookplate, e.ps sl. foxed; . The first item bears Blunden's sign. on e.p. with an inscription by a former owner; the second is one of an edition of 210 copies, signed by the poet [ST].
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: F1239
GBP 95.00 [Appr.: EURO 106.5 US$ 121.33 | JP¥ 13451]
Keywords: Bibliophile Signed Wim Meeuws Sch1 Rare Blunden English Literature Oxford Poet Laureate Limited Editions Autograph Manuscript Blunden Oxford Merton College

 
BROWNE , JOSEPH ET AL (CONTRIB.)
Gratulatio Solennis Universitatis Oxoniensis Ob Celsissimum Georgium Fred. Aug. Walliæ Principem Georgio Iii. Et Charlottæ Reginæ Auspicatissime Natum
. The many contributors include Joseph Browne, Henri Duke of Beaufort, Edward Bentick, brother of of Prime Minister William Cavendish-Bentinck, 3rd Duke of Portland. Thomas Fitzmaurice, Ambrose Saint John, Thomas Hunt, Professor of Hebrew and Arabic, Professor R. Browne (Syriac), John Swinton (Syriac), Lewis Bagot (son of Ssir Walter Bagot), John Moore (Hebrew) , William Weller Pepys. Oxonii , E typographeo Clarendoniano MDCCLXII [ Oxford Clarendon press 1762 ] [173pp. ] Includes verses in in Latin, English, Greek, Welsh, Arabic, Hebrew, and Syriac. Folio-sized volume. In contemp. red calf leather binding. front and rear cover with detailed tooling, binding, especially the spine worn, outer hinges split, binding strenghtened with later new end papers. a.e.g. Text very good. Fine etching on title page. This volume comes from the library of the Royal House of Hanover library, a circular stamp with the motto "suscipere et finire" at the top and the text "ex bibliotheca fideicomm. Ernestii Aug." at the bottom, with his coat of arms in the center is found on the reverse of the title page. Inserted is a 32-line autograph letter in ink dated 3 Jan. '68 signed G.R.Driver = Sir Godfrey Rolles Driver, CBE, FBA ( 1892 - 1975), the English Orientalist noted for his studies of Semitic languages and Assyriology. Written from his home address Park town, Oxford on a crossed out Oriental Institute letter heading.
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: F2195
GBP 250.00 [Appr.: EURO 280 US$ 319.29 | JP¥ 35397]
Catalogue: Rare
Keywords: Rtare British History George Iii England

 
CLARK, WILLIAM LESLIE
Wine-Dark Seas
. Oxford, Mouette press, 1977, 56pp. printed wrappers [ poetry] One of a limited edition of 226 copies, this is number 2.
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: F2802
GBP 3.50 [Appr.: EURO 4 US$ 4.47 | JP¥ 496]
Catalogue: Poetry
Keywords: Poetry Literature

 
CLERK, THOMAS,
The Works of William Hogarth
0. 1821. (Including "The Analysis of Beauty"), elucidated by Descriptions Critical, Moral, and Historical .. to which is prefixed Some Account of his Life. Two volumes, London, R.Scholey, 1821; vi, [vi], 203, [iv], 96pp. + " The Analysis of Beauty" with unnumbered pages, with title-page vignettes and 86 plates; nineteenth-century half deep blue morocco over blue marbled boards, blue marbled endpapers, rebacked with matching buckram; slight rubbing to extremities of the boards and one or two small chips, marginal loss to Plate IX, but a well-bound set, professionally repaired, the contents clean. One of several handbooks to the engraved versions of Hogarth's paintings which appeared after his lifetime. Plates 54 and 55 have not been bound in, and the letterpress for "Before and After" implies they may have been deliberately omitted; there is no plate 84, but this is probably not called for, as the letterpress at this point directs the reader to the title-page vignette for the illustration; the numeration of the plates is eccentric, with plates one would expect in the first volume bound [correctly] in the second, but the plates are otherwise complete. The pages of "The Analysis of Beauty" are unnumbered, but page numbers are given in the margins of the text. apparently referring to the pagination of the first edition.This is a very interesting association copy. The front paste-down of each volume bears a decorative bookplate by Provost Blondel (Paris) of a flowery wreath with interwined initials we have not deciphered and the motto "Jamais Cesder". Inscriptions on the bookplates show that the book once belonged to the English author W.Somerset Maugham, and that he gave it as a present to the American writer Glenway Wescott. Wescott, a friend of Katherine Anne Porter and Thornton Wilder as well as of Maugham, was a widely read and admired novelist in the first half of the twentieth century, and lived in Paris for much of his life. He presented this set to the art historian Edgar Wind, who had fled Germany and had posts in the United States in the 1940s (he later became the first Professor of the History of Art at Oxford.) The inscriptions, all written in ink in the margins of the ex-libris, read: "Edgar Wind ex dono Glenway Wescott ex dono W.Somerset Maugham" and "with G.W.'s affection to E.W. - and thanks for his analyses of the spring of 1942 -".
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: IS002217
GBP 150.00 [Appr.: EURO 168 US$ 191.58 | JP¥ 21238]
Catalogue: Art
Keywords: Ianweb Association Copies Ex-Libris Signatures Hogarth Art History Eighteenth Century Satire Antiquarian Rare 18th Century Illustrated Books Bookplates Glenway Wescott Edgar Wind W. Somerset Maugham American Literature

 
QUEEN'S COLLEGE -
Queen's College
. Oxford, 1814; 26pp; folio; one fine Ackerman colour plate of Queen's College Chapel; binder's blue cloth; extremities sl. rubbed, interior in very good condition. From Ackerman's History of the University, & colleges.
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: 031615
GBP 25.00 [Appr.: EURO 28 US$ 31.93 | JP¥ 3540]
Catalogue: Rare
Keywords: Loft All Weblists Wim Meeuws Oxford University Colleges Antiquarian Rare Collectable

 
DOYLE (ARTHUR CONAN) ;-
Our Second American Adventure. First English Edition
. Hodder & Stoughton, London, n.d. [1924]. Cloth. 250 pages. Nine photographic illustrations. This volume is the third and last of a trilogy; psychic travels; deals with the events of 1923, reaching the Pacific Coast and returning by way of Canada. 8vo. Original black cloth. - First Edition. A very good copy in the scarce frayed and torn dust jacket. This book describes the author's 1923 American tour . With the author's signed inscription/dedication in ink on the title page: With warm recognition - of kindness received from Mr. & Mrs.Berrington. - A. Conan Doyle Henry Berrington; spiritualist. Inserted is a photocopy of Berrington's letter published in the Belfast Telegraph of 24th January 1922 in defence of a Mrs. Wreidt, a well know medium at the time, regarding spiritualist events she conducted. Plus a typed summary of this letter. See: Richard Lancelyn Green & John Michael Gibson: A Bibliography of A. Conan Doyle B33 Published 15 February 1924. 1,000 copies. 10/6 .in Soho Bibliographies. Oxford University Press , 1983. Arthur Conan Doyle tells his second tour of America and Canada (one year after the first one) from 3 April and 4 August 1923 where travelling from New York to Rochester, Hydesville, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Denver, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver and Canada. More details and photographs available on request.
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: F3210
GBP 750.00 [Appr.: EURO 839.75 US$ 957.88 | JP¥ 106190]
Keywords: Spiritism Conan Doyle First Editions Usa America

 
CORNETS DE GROOT, R.A. [ RUDOLF ADRIAAN ]
Een Wijze Van Lev/Zen . Een Verhalend Essay Van Een Tijdgenoot Van Poot, Feith En Gagarin
. Oxford, Mouette Press, 1969, 35 pages : illustrated with a wood engraving by Hanns H. Heidenheim, and drawings by Faber Heeresma . [ brother of Heere ] Printed by L. Bourdeaux-Capelle in Dinant, Belgium. Set in times roman. This is one of the 12 copies numbered I - XII with the wood engraving printed on Japanese Ouda paper by the artist and signed in pencil. The board papers and endpapers are made of Japanese cream Natsume paper. Bound in half calf leather. : R. A Cornets de Groot ( 1929-1991 ) Dutch literary critic, born in Bandung, in the former Dutch East Indies. He said of himself that he wrote like a teacher teaches. The total edition consisted of 333 copies.
Thornton's BookshopProfessional seller
Book number: F2360-B
GBP 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 17 US$ 19.16 | JP¥ 2124]
Keywords: Holland Netherlands Ddutch Literature Bibliphile Limited

| Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | - Next page