NOTE:  Most of our books are available from Alibris ( and/or Amazon (for titles published after 1970).  

Signed items have an asterisk (*).  Items that have recently been added to the list are indicated as NEW


In Memoriam:  W. S. Merwin (1927-2019).  Cover (above) of signed copy.  See additional Merwin titles below.




*Collected Poems.  London:  Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1928.  Russell/A.E. clipped signature on title page.  As new volume, bright gilt on spine.  in protective Mylar.  (ID: 818-103; $100.00  NEW

*Enchantment and Other Poems.  New York:  The Fountain Press, 1930.  Dedicated to Robert Frost.  Uncut, Out of Series copy of 500 printed for sale. Review copy slip from Random House saying “250 copies for America, signed by the author.  This book was oversubscribed before publication,” with a price of $7.50.  Signed (George Russell ‘A.E’) on the half-title.   As new in contemporary protective cellophane.  No dust wrapper, as issued.  (ID: 818-104) $250.00 . SOLD  6/18



Infidel.  New York:  Free Press.  A Division of Simon & Schuster, Inc., 2007.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  5537;  $25.00 


The Little Review Anthology.  New York:  Hermitage, 1953.  Very good hard cover with spine tip wear.  No dust wrapper.  Pound, Eliot, Yeats, etc.  (ID: 10K55;  $27.50



The Age of Anxiety:  A Baroque Ecologue.  London:  Faber & Faber, 1956.  Third impression.  Good.  Toned hard cover with offsetting to endpapers.  Very good plus dust wrapper, chipped at points and spine ends.  In Mylar.  (ID: 10K50;  $10.00 



The Antiphon.  New York:  Farrar, Straus Giroux, 1952.  First Edition.  Near fine volume with offsetting to endpapers, mild foxing to top edge.  Near fine Mylar-protected dust jacket, spine slightly faded.  (ID:  8625;  $60.00  

The Antiphon.  New York:  Farrar, Straus Giroux, 1952.  First Edition.  Very good volume with toned pages, small penned “x” to ffep.  Chipped and faded dust wrapper, other wise good plus in Mylar.  (ID:  8626)  $25.00  SOLD 1/22/16

The Antiphon.  Green Antiger.  Like new soft cover.  (ID: 8254)  $10.00  SOLD   Amazon 11 22 16

Collected Stories.  Los Angeles, CA:  Sun & Moon, 1996.  [ISBN:  1557132267]  As new in similar Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  (ID: 8672;  $25.00

Creatures in an Alphabet.  New York:  Dial Press, 1982.  Fine hard cover; Mylar-protected dust wrapper. (Item ID:  9070;  $30.00

Ladies Almanack.  New York:  Harper, 1972.  Fine volume in very good price-clipped dust wrapper with small  stains to cover.  (ID:  8673)   $20.00  SOLD   1/7/16

Ladies Almanack.  New York:  Harper, 1972.  Fine volume in Mylar-protected dust wrapper with 2” square tear to front, chip to back, o/w good plus.  (ID: 8674;  $10.00 

Nightwood.  London:  Faber & Faber, October 15,1936.  [Lewis A6]  First edition, first printing, prior to T. S. Eliot's Introduction.  "Tiny first edition"  [Andrew Field's Djuna, p. 215], likely 1,000 copies.  Very good plus volume with slight fade to cover ends.  Spine gilt bright, pages uniformly toned, minor stain to bottom center of first pages.   Mylar-protected dust wrapper with professional men to top hinge.  Rather scarce, this copy with ffep signature and Paris address of author Eugene Walter, a friend of barnes.  Walter appeared in Fellini Films and translated them into English.  (ID: 2228(  $1,100.00 

[Barnes, Djuna]  Plumb, Cheryl J., Editor.  Djuna Barnes:  Nighwood:  The Original Version and Related Drafts.  Normal, IL:  Dalkey, 1995. As new hard cover in similar Mylar-protected dust wrapper with Thelma Wood illustration to cover.  (ID:  8675)  $40.00  SOLD

Ryder.  New York:  Horace Liveright, 1928.  One of 3000.  Hard cover, no dust wrapper.  Bookplate on front pastedown; spine faded, ends rubbed, tips a bit bumped, rear cover mildly marked, otherwise very good to near fine.  (Item ID:  9104)  $20.00  SOLD

Ryder.  New York:  Liveright, 1928.  One of 3,000 copies printed.  Title page and eight additional illustrations by Barnes.  Very good volume with toned pages, spine darkened.  Mylar protected price-clipped jacket fragments which has front cover and chipped flaps only, poor-fair. Bookplate to front pastedown.  (ID: 8628; htttp://  $100.00 

Ryder.  New York:  Liveright, 1928.  One of 3,000 copies.  Lacks dust wrapper.  Very good copy, signature to front pastedown.  Tips and spine ends worn, spine darkened.  (ID: 8629) $50.00  SOLD

Ryder.  New York:  St. Martin’s, 1949.  Illustrated by Barnes [ISBN:  031269640X]  Fine volume in near fine Mylar-protected dust wrapper with small front cover residue , a bit of edge, end and tip wear.  Barnes photo on Jacket back.  (ID: 8630;   $20.00 

Selected Works:  Spillway, The Antiphon, Nightwood.  New York:  Farrar, Straus, 1962.  First Printing.  Dust wrapper has creases, edgewear; tape repaired, otherwise near fine in Mylar.  (Item ID:  2227;  $20.00  

Vagaries Malicieux.  New York:  Hallman, 1974.  Number 208 of 500 Limited Edition.  Fine, Mylar-protected, without dust wrapper as issued.  (ID: 8627;  $100.00

[Barnes, Djuna]  Bruno, Guido  Bruno’s Weekly.  April 22, 1916.  Near fine, in wraps.  Cover pen and ink drawing by Barnes, Sonnet by Oscar Wilde, notice article of Barnes’s retirement from news reporting. Tanned, fragile pages.  (ID: 8996; $25.00



Beckett, Samuel.  Stories and Texts for Nothing.  New York:  Grove Press, 1967.  First Printing – American.  Soft cover.  Name, date, embossing to ffep, pages toned, spine ends show a bit of wear, otherwise very good plus.  (ID:  8526;  $20.00    

Eleuthéria:  A Play.  New York:  Foxrock, 1995. First US Edition.  Near fine hard cover in slightly faded dust wrapper, crease to wrapper spine, o/w near fine.  “Special Editon – Reviewers only” on ffep.  (ID: 8527;  $30.00   

Beckett, Samuel, et al. An Exagmination of James Joyce.  Norfolk, CT:  New Directions [1939]  (Slocum & Cahoon B10)  First American.  Made up from Shakespeare and Company sheets with inserted title page.  Pages toned, as usual, small bookshop label to rear pastedown.  Dust wrapper spine a bit faded, otherwise near fine.  Mylar-protected.  (ID:  216-109; $400.00

The Collected Works:  Endgame.  A Play in One Act.  New York:  Grove Press, 1978.  29th Printing. Fine in near fine Mylar-protected dust jacket with price label residue on front.  (ID: 8538) $25.00   SOLD


[Beckett, Samuel]  Knowlson, James & Elizabeth, Editors.  Beckett Remembering/Remembering Beckett.  A Centenary Celebration.  New York:  Arcade Publishing, 2006.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  Review copy with publisher’s information laid in.  (ID: 6106;  $19.00  



Lytton Strachey: The Rede Lecture.  London: Cambridge, 1943.  Near fine in wraps, ½ inch of fade to front along spine.  (ID:  715;  $20.00 



Notes on Virginia Woolf's Childhood:  A Memoir.  New York:  Frank Hallman, 1974.  Edited by Richard J. Shaubeck, Jr.  No. 172 of 300 numbered copies printed by Andrew Hoyem in San Francisco.  Remembrance of Virginia Woolf by her sister, Vanessa, written after her death.  Fine hardcover, as issued.  In Mylar sleeve.  (ID: 1017-106; $100.00 NEW

Milroy, Sarah, & Dejardin, A.C.  Vanessa Bell.  (ID: 1117-104) $35.00 SOLD Alibris 8 28 18



Make Way for Lucia:  Queen Lucia, The Male Impersonator, Lucia in London, Mapp and Lucia, Miss Mapp, The Worshipful Lucia, Trouble for Lucia.  New York:  Thomas Y.  Crowell Company, 1977.  [ISBN:  0690011059] Fifth Printing.  Gift inscription on half-title, o/w fine hard cover.  Dust wrapper has small closed tears at spine ends and tips, o/w very good.  (ID: 6418;   $20.00  



[Bernhardt, Sarah] . Ockman, Carol, & Silver, Kenneth E.  Sarah Bernhardt.  The Art of High Drama.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 2005.  With contributions by Janis Bergman-arson, Karen Levitov, and Suzanne Schwarz,-Zuber.  As new hard cover in fine dust wrapper with small price sticker residue to front cover.  Heavy oversize book requiring additional postage.  (ID:  1216-129; . $30.00



I Had a Father:  A Post-Modern Autobiography.  Reading, MA:  Addison-Wesley, 1993.  As new.  Sale price written in pen on front flap.  (Item ID:  5521; (Item ID:  5521)  $20.00

Clark Blaise and BHARATI MUKHERJEE. Days and Nights in Calcutta.  Garden City, NY:  Doubleday & Company, 1977.  Fine hard cover.  Dust wrapper has chips and small closed tears at tips and spine ends, some fading to spine, otherwise near fine. Not available at Hyde Park.   (Item ID:  5522;  $25.00 



Crane, Stephen.  Maggie.  A Child of the Streets.  London:  Heinemann, 1896.  First UK.  Black covers, T.E.G.  Endpapers toned, foredge crimps.  Small London bookshop emboss to ffep.  Very good copy.  In Mylar.   (ID:  8048; $300.00 

Sorrentino, Paul, Editor.  Stephen Crane Remembered.  Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2006.  As new in similar dust jacket.  (ID: 442;  $25.00



We’ll to the Woods No More.   New York:  New Directions, 1957.  Translated by Stuart Gilbert.  Introduction by Leon Edel.  Illustrated by Alice Laughlin.  Fine hard cover, lacking dust wrapper.  (ID: 10K57;  $10.00



Eliot, T. S.  The Confidential Clerk.  London:  Faber & Faber, 1954.  Signed by Eliot.  Fine volume in near fine Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  In plastic sleeve.  (ID: 919-100;  $975.00  NEW

[Eliot, T.S.] . Eliot, Valerie, Editor.  T. S. Eliot.  The Waste Land.  A Facsimile and Tanscript of the Original Drafts Including the Annotations of Ezra Pound.  New York:  Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc., 1971.  First Edition.  Introduction by Valerie Eliot.  As new volume in very good dust wrapper, chips and closed tears to front flaps and spine ends, tape-repaired closed tear to bottom rear cover; small price sticker residue.  (ID: 1216-128; . $35.00



[Faulkner, William]  Duvall, John N., Editor.  Faulkner and His Critics.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010.  As new in similar dust jacket.  (ID:  439;  $10.00

[Faulkner, William] Lockyer, JudithOrdered by Words: Language and Narration in the Novels of William Faulkner.  Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1991. As new in similar dust jacket.  ID:  441;  $20.00



Endless Life:  Selected Poems.  New York:  New Directions, 1981.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper with slightest of soiling.  (Item ID:  5601;  $40.00



Tender Is the Night.  A Romance.  New York:  Scribners, 1934.  First Edition, Second State.  In FACSIMILE dust wrapper. Very good plus; clean, unmarked, square.  (Item ID:  2355;  $475.00  


*Freedom.  A Novel.  New York:  Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 2010.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  Signed.    (Item ID:  5528;  $70.00 


 A Masque of Reason.  New York:  Henry Holt and Company, 1945.  Stated First Printing.  Unopened volume with light tanning to pages, otherwise near fine; in good plus Mylar-protected Palador designed dust wrapper with tanned rear cover and small chips to edge/tips/spine. (ID: 818-106; $35.00



A Sampler of Castile.  Richmond, UK: The Hogarth Press, 1923.  (Woolmer 30) White paper boards. Grey cloth spine.  #21 of 550.  Pulished by Virginia Woolf.   Edge toned, tips worn, end papers show off setting.  16 Fry plates.  Lacks dust wrapper. (ID: 216-105;  $300.00  



White Shroud.  Poems 1980-1985.  New York:  Harper, 1986.  First Edition.  New.  Review copy with note and photo laid in.  Mylar-protected.  (Item ID:  2232;  $50.00


Nothing.  New York:  Viking, 1950.  First Edition.  Near fine in near fine Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  Small bookshop label to front pastedown.  (Item ID: 2224; HP#221;  $55.00 


See Truffaut, François, below.



Sally Bowles.  London:  Hogarth, 1937.   First Edition, First Impression.  One of 2040 copies (Woolmer 411).  A near fine copy.  A bit cocked.  Dust wrapper has chips to tips and spine ends as well as a 2” chip to spine top affecting last two letters of the jacket title.  The story is basis for Cabaret.  (ID:  8015;  $750.00    



Who's Irish?  Stories.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1999.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  (5632;  $10.00



Kerouac, Jack.  On the Road.  New York:  Viking/Compass, 1959.  First Trade Edition softcover, two years after hard cover.  Near mint, unopened.  Slight toning to covers, spine; slight foxing to edges.  Very scarce in this condition.  Mylar-protected.  (ID: 216-101)  $125.00  SOLD (dealer)

Kerouac, Jack]  Charters, Ann.  A Bibliography of Works by Jack Kerouac.  New York:  Phoenix Bookshop, 1967. Near fine soft cover of this classic volume, spine faded a bit.  (Item ID:  9029;  $40.00  


The Burn.  Anchorage, AK: Salmon Run Press, 1995.  Salmon Run Pamphlet Series I.  Signed twice. Inscribed to Dartmouth president James Freedman and signed by Kinnell on the ffep, signed again on limitation page.  Number 9 of 100 copies.    Fine decorative string-tied wrappers. In protective plastic sleeve.  (ID: M1117-132)  $65.00  (photo above)  SOLD  dealer 



The Prospector.  Boston:  David R. Godine, Publishers,  1993.  First American Edition.  Translated from the French by Carol Marks.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  (5528; $70.00  



*Aloft.  New York:  Riverhead Books, 2004.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  Inscribed and signed by the author.  (Item ID:  5513;  $30.00

*A Gesture Life.  New York:  Penguin/Putnam, 1999.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  Inscribed and signed by Lee. Laid in:  Barnes & Noble book signing notice for Lee and two related stories from the New York Times.  (Item ID:  5512;  $35.00

*The Surrendered.  New York:  Riverhead Books, 2010.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  Signed by the author.  (Item ID:  5514;  $60.00 


[Lewis, Sinclair]  Lewis, Grace Hegger.  Sinclair Lewis:  An Exhibition.  Austin, TX:  The Humanities Research Center, 1960.  Catalog, in wrappers, as issued, listing 130 items, including manuscripts, photos, etc.  Ding to top rear cover, o/w near fine. (ID: 236;  $15.00



[Lewis, Wyndham] Horowitz, GlennWyndham Lewis 1882-1957.  Collection of Wayne Hugo Green, MD.  New York: Horowitz, 1994. 1/1,000 Sales Catalog 196 items.Wraps.  Spine sunned, otherwise near fine.  (ID:  441;  $25.00



The Call of the Wild.  New York:  The Macmillan Company, 1903.  Third Printing.  Illustrated by Philip R. Goodwin and Charles Livingston Bull.  Decorated by Charles Edward Hooper.  Near fine volume with bright gilt on illustrated cover, T.E.G.; slightest bit of wear to tips and spine ends; expertly repaired hinges; offsetting to title page from intact tissue protecting the frontispiece illustration; pp. 11-14  have ¾” chip to bottom margin corner.  In FACSIMILE dust jacket Beautiful copy.  (ID: 10K283;  $400.00 See photo at top of page.  

The Game.  NY: MacMillan 1905  Metropolitan Magazine Stamp to copyright page.  Near fine hard cover in Mylar, in FACSIMILE dust jacket. Ink signature to early page.  (Item ID:  2367;  $250.00

White Fang.  NY: MacMillan 1906.  Very good to very good plus hard cover in Mylar, lacking dust jacket.  Slightly cocked.  Cover image very slightly rubbed; some edge/tip wear. First signature and rear cover starting; ink name to early page. In facsimile dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  2368;  $575.00



Ultramarine.  New York:  Lippincott, 1962.  First American Edition.  Fine hard cover in very good Mylar-protected dust wrapper, small chip, upper tip crease, a bit of edge and tips wear.  (ID:  8597;  $45.00   

Under the Volcano.  New York:  Reynal and Hitchcock, 1947.  First edition, first printing. Lacks dust wrapper.  ½” stain to cover, spine a bit darkened, o/w near fine.  Protected in Mylar.  (ID: 8556;  $200.00  

Under the Volcano.  New York:  Reynal and Hitchcock, 1947.  First edition, second printing.  Near fine volume in Mylar-protected dust wrapper with ½” chips to spine ends, tips and edge chipping, o/w good plus. (ID: 8557; $200.00   



The Two Lolitas.  New York: Verso, 2005.  As new in similar dust jacket.  (ID: 434;  $10.00



Christopher Columbus:  A Radio Play.  London:  Faber & Faber, 1944.  Near fine hard cover in similar Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  (ID: 10K51;  $30.00



Aller Retour.   New York.  Private Printing. Unnumbered 1/500. 1945.  As issued without dust jacket.  Spine and outer edges faded, bookplate to half-title.  (ID: 439; $55.00



Lonesome Dove.  A Novel.  New York:  Simon and Schuster, 1985.  [ISBN: 0671504207] First Edition, First Printing.  Fine hard cover. Printer’s error on page 621, line 18, “none” for “done.”  Flap tops very light crinkling, but o/w fine. Winner of the 1986 Pulitzer Prize.  (Levin)  (ID: 317-103L;  $150.00 



Poetry:  A Magazine of Verse.  Volume XLV, Number III, December 1934.  Cover designed by Eric Gill.  Poems and commentaries by W. B. Yeats, H.D., Review by Conrad Aiken, among others.  Very good in wrappers, as issued; some chipping at spine top, bottom.   (Item ID:  2230;  $30.00 


*The Annals of Chile.  New York:  Farrar Straus Giroux, 1994.  As new in as new dust wrapper.  Signed on title page.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  5602;  $50.00

*Horse Latitudes.  New York:  Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2006.  As new soft cover except for tiny wrinkle to spine bottom.  Signed.  (Item ID:  5603;  $22.50

*Maggot.  New York:  Farrar, Straus Giroux, 2010.  As new except for slightest wrinkle to right upper corner of cover and dust wrapper.  Signed on half title.  (Item ID:  5604;  $50.00



Delta of Venus:  Erotica by Anaïs Nin.  New York:  Tess, 1977.  Third printing, 2006.   As new hard cover in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  9105;  $20.00  

Ladders to Fire.  New York:  Dutton, 1946.  First Edition.  Near fine in chipped Mylar-protected dust wrapper with detached front cover.  (Item ID:  2234;  $40.0



Virginia.  A Play.  New York:  Harcourt, 1981.  First American, Second Printing.  Signed by O’Brien.  As new hard cover.  Mylar-protected dust wrapper is price clipped, but o/w as new.  (ID: 8523;  $40.00    



*The Collected Works of Billy the Kid.  New York:  W. W. Norton, Inc., 1974.  Signed on half-title.   Light sunning to spine, light wear to spine ends, but otherwise near fine hard cover.  Dust wrapper is price clipped, some soiing and a number of closed tears and chips; fair.  In Mylar.  (Item:  5605;  $65.00  



Long Day’s Journey into Night.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 1956.  Sixth Printing, July 1957.  Owner's signature on ffep, light tip wear, o/w near fine hard cover.  Dust wrapper is good, but has some chips and closed tears, especially at tips and spine ends.  (ID: 6416; $40.00  





The Edwardians.  London:  Hogarth, 1930.  June 1930.  Second Impression.  Tight, clean volume, lacking dust wrapper.  Endpapers darkened, gilt lettering bright.  Very good to near fine.  (Item ID:  9078)  $35.00   SOLD  1/30/15  

Nursery Rhymes:  An Essay.  London:  Michael Joseph Ltd., 1950.   Illustrations by Philippe Jullian.  A bit of offsetting to rfep; lacks jacket.  Spine darkened, covers a bit warped at edges, otherwise very good. (ID: 10K109; $25.00 

Saint Joan of Arc.  NY: Literary Guild, 1936.  Toning to endpapers, small chips to Mylar protected dust jacket, spine ends and edges.  (Item ID:  4076;   $25.00

Knole and the Sackvilles. London: Lindsay Drummond 1949.  Very good plus, endpapers stained, chips and wear to dust jacket ends. (Item ID:  4088;  $25.00

Pepita. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1937. Very good plus, spine ends slightly worn. (Item ID:  4090; $15.00 



*The Demi-Gods.  London:  Macmillan and Company, Ltd., 1914.  Inscribed and signed by Stephens on the title page:  “I greatly like this book.”  Bookplate of British actor Frank Wyndha Goldie (1897-1957) on front pastedown.  Goldie penciled note to ffep.  Bright copy with uncommon half-title.  No dust wrapper.  Protected in Mylar. (ID: 818-102;  $125.00  NEW

*Julia Elizabeth.  A Comedy in One Act.  New York:  Crosby Gage, 1920.  One of 600 signed by Stephens.   Boards a bit faded at edges, bump to front & back lower tips, o/w near fine. In protective Mylar. (ID: 917-100;  $45.00

*On Prose and Verse.  New York:  The Bowling Green Press, 1928.  One of 1,000 copies of First Limited Edition  Decorated boards in original cellophane. Slight stain to endpapers.  Presentation card initialed by Stephens laid in.  Presented, inscribed, and signed (with his initials) to Frank Wyndham Goldie (1892-1957), British actor, and his wife Grace.  (ID: 818-100;  $125.00  NEW

*Reincarnations.  New York:  The Macmillan Company, 1918.  Bookplate of Ashley Horace Thorndike to font pastedown.  Inscribed and signed by Stephens on ffep in 1925 on his first U.S. lecture tour.  The inscriptions reads:  “For George Hibbitt” [1895-1965, a Columbia University Professor of Speech and co-founder of The Speech Lab Recording/Contemporary Poets’ Series, in which T.S. Eliot, Gertrude Stein, Auden, Frost, Sandburg, A.E. (George Russell), and others recorded].  He gave this book to his father-in-law Ashley Horace Thorndike (1871-1933), a Columbia University Professor of English and Shakespeare scholar who coined the term “Revenge Tragedy.”  Near fine with light edge/tip wear, spine sunning.  In protective Mylar. No dust wrapper.  (ID: 818-101; $150.00




The Auroras of Autumn.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1950.  Stated First Edition.  Owner’s signature on ffep and the usual tanning, but otherwise very good plus to near fine hard cover with bright gilt.  Dust wrapper has tanned spine, very small spine end and edge chips, but otherwise very good plus to near fine.  (ID:  970;  In protective Mylar. $260.00  

Harmonium.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1931.  First thus edition.  Fourth state binding.  Hard cover.  Top edge maroon.  Page facing title page headed “Some New Poetry on Mr. Knof’s List” (includes T.S. Eliot’s Poems).  Ffep (blank) is about 1/3 missing (possibly inscription/signature torn out).  Tan cloth (no dust wrapper). Spine is sunned, slightly discolored. A few pages have very small stains in the margin, not affecting text.  A very good copy of Stevens’s first collection.  In protective Mylar. (ID: 6107;  $175.00

[Stevens, Wallace]  Vinal, Harold, Editor.  Voices.  A Quarterly of Poetry.  Wallace Stevens Issue.Number121.  Spring, 1945.  Excerpts from Harmonium, Ideas of Order, The Man with the Blue Guitar, Parts of a World, From Notes Toward a Supreme Fiction, and new poems.  Essay on Stevens by John Malcolm Brinnin.  Also includes eight reviews, including one of William Carlos Williams’s The Wedge and another of Robert Frost’s A Masque of Reason. Stapled wrappers, as issued.  Unevenly tanned, o/w near fine.  (ID:  985;  ($60.00 Mark Alexander).  $80.00  NEW 

[Stevens, Wallace] Wake. 9.  The Creative Magazine.  New York:  Wake Editions, 1950.  Seymour Lawrence and Jose Garcia Villa, Editors.  Includes poems by E. E. Cummings, Wallace Stevens, Marianne Moore, Williams Carlos Williams, among others.  Wrappers, as issued.  Some age tanning, soiling, tiny chips at tips/edges, o/w very good to near fine. (ID: 3054;  $25.00  



Darkness Visible.A Memoir of Madness.  New York:  Random House, 1990. [ISBN:  0394588886]  Signed by Styron on the half-title. As new hard cover in as new Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  (ID: 216-102;  $90.00



See Beerbohm, Max, above.



The Hoax.  London:  Hogarth, 1929.  Near fine volume, lacking dust wrapper.  One of 1,000 copies.  (Woolmer 210) (ID:  8016;  $75.00  



*Brooklyn.  New York:  Scribner, 2009.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  Signed.  (Item ID:  5606; Toíbín's novel on which the Oscar-nominated (in several categories) movie was based.   $65.00

*The Empty Family.  Stories.  New York:  Scribner, 2011.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  Signed.  (Item ID:  5607;  $50.00

*The Master.  New York:  Scribner, 2004.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  Signed.  (Item ID:  5608;  $45.00

The Master.  New York:  Scribner, 2004.  Fine hard cover in near fine dust wrapper with slight edge and tip wear.  (Item ID:  5609;  $10.00

*Mothers and Sons.  New York:  Scribner, 2007.  Fine hard cover in neara fine to fine dust wrapper with slightest of edge and tip wear.  Signed in blue ink with slight bleed to verso.  (Item ID:  5610;  $50.00


Hitchcock.  New York:  Simon and Schuster, 1967.  With the collaboration of Helen G. Scott.  First American Edition, First Printing. Scarce.  Light wear to spine ends and to tips, small brown stain pages 5-8, otherwise very good hard cover.  Dust wrapper has seven small chips (two at bottom front at "Afred" and "François") and some closed tears, otherwise good plus.  In protective Brodart.  The book is the basis for the newly released documentary film Hitchcock/Truffaut.  (ID: 8989) $200.00  No Longer Available



The Time of the Dial.  Syracuse:  Syracuse University Press, 1963.  Near fine volume in near fine Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  (ID: 8519;  $20.00   



The Art of Contemplation: A Facsimile Manuscript with Doodles.  New York: Pantheon/Random House,1972.  Slightly toned wraps, near fine. (ID:  711;  $20.00  

Beat Zen, Square Zen and Zen.  San Francisco: City Lights 1959.  In wraps, sunning to cover, near fine.  (ID:  710;  $22.50  



The Portrait of Mr. W. H.  New York:  Kennedy, 1921.  #330/1,000.  Good hard cover, pages toned, wear to top edges.  Bookplate to front pastedown. Lacks dust wrapper. (ID: 10K54;  $30.00



The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test.  New York:  Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1968.  Book Club Edition, made up from plates of First.  Unopened volume in lightly age tanned dust wrapper with chips to top tips and top/bottom spine ends, small chips and closed tears, but otherwise very good.  In Mylar.  (ID: 317-102; )  $75.00

*The Painted Word.  New York:  Farrar, 1975.  First Printing.  Hard cover.  Near fine in near fine dust wrapper.  Signed on ffep.  Mylar protected.  (ID:  8018)  SOLD

The Painted Word.  Soft cover.  $3.00 SOLD . Amazon 5 16 18



Between the Acts.  London:  Hogarth, 1941.  One of 6,358.  Kirkpatrick A26.  Lacks dust wrapper.  Spine sunned with small stain and mild edge wear.  Tight, clean.  Spine gilt bright.  Mylar protected.  (Item ID:  4023;  $120.00  

The Captain’s Death Bed and Other Essays.  London:  The Hogarth Press, May 1950.  Kirkpatrick A30b.  First English Edition.  One of 10,000.  Near fine volume with stain to fore edge of pages.  In near fine dust wrapper with slight sunning to spine, slight tear to top edge.  In Mylar. (Item ID:  4008; $350.00

 The Common Reader.  Published by Leonard & Virginia Woolf at The Hogarth Press, 52 Tavistock Square, London, 1925.  First Edition, First Impression, First Issue Binding.  One of 1,000.  Kirkpatrick A8a. Lacks dust wrapper.  Bookplate to front pastedown.  End papers stained.  Tips worn, covers a bit soiled.  Very good.  (Item ID:  4014;  $450.00

The Common Reader.  Second Series.  Published by Leonard & Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, 52 Tavistock Square, London, W.C., 1932.  Kirkpatrick A18a.  First Edition.  One of 3,200.  Near fine volume.  Dust jacket tanned, rear detached, chips to sunned spine ends and tips.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  4015;  $250.00

The Death of the Moth.  New York:  Harcourt, 1942.  Kirkpatrick A27.  One of 3,475 copies.  Near fine volume with owner’s embossing to ffep.  Near fine dust wrapper, in Mylar; edges and spine sunned.  (ID: 8282; $180.00  

The Common Reader: First and Second Series in One Volume. NY: Harcourt. June 1948. Second Impression of Composite Edition (One of 2,500) Kirkpatrick A18e AA1. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket with sunning to edges and spine.  (Item ID:  4041;  $100  

The Death of the Moth. NY: Harcourt 1942.  First American Edition (One of 3,475).  Kirkpatrick A27.  Near Fine in Near Fine Mylar-protected dust jacket.  Endpaper edges tanned.  Dust jacket creased horizontally and vertically at spine.  (Item ID:  4039;   $110  

The Death of the Moth.  New York:  Harcourt, 1942.  Stated First American.  Near fine, lacking dust wrapper.  (ID:  3128;  $30.00

The Diary of Virginia Woolf.  5 volumes.  Anne Olivier Bell, Editor.  London:  Hogarth, 1977-84.  One of 1,000.  As new in similar dust wrappers.  (Item ID:  4029;  $250.00

The Diary of Virginia Woolf.  Volume IV.  1931-1935. Anne Olivier Bell, editor, assisted by Andrew McNeillie. London:  The Hogarth Press, 1982.  As new hard cover in as new dust jacket.  (Item ID:  4003;  $65.00

[Diary]  A Moment's Liberty:  The Shorter Diary.  Virginia Woolf.  Anne Olivier Bell, Editor.  Toronoto:  Lester & Orpen Dennys, 1990.  First Canadian Edition.  As new in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  4060;  $36.00 

[Diary]  The Diary of Virginia Woolf.  Volumes 1-5.  Anne Olivier Bell, Editor.  Near fine in near fine dust wrappers.  Volume 4 is ex libris.  New York:  Harcourt, 1977-1984.  (Item ID:  4063)   $125.00     SOLD  

[Essays]  The Essays of Virginia Woolf.  Volumes 1-3.  Andrew McNeillie, Editor.  New York:  Harcourt, 1986.  Near fine in near fine dust wrappers.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  4066;  $150.00  

Flush:  A Biography.  London:  Hogarth, 1933.  One of 12,680.  Kirkpatrick A 19.  Large Paper Edition.  A tight volume showing foxing mostly to front edge, but some page edges, with some chips to front spine top and jacket tips.  (Item ID:  4022;  $130.00  

Flush: A Biography.  NY: Harcourt 1933.First American Edition (One of 1,750) Kirkpatrick A19b.  Near Fine volume but for paperclip rust to top of ffep and fly leaf.  Mylar-protected dust jacket shows edgewear, and tear to crumpled rear upper flap corner.  (Item ID:  4044;   $75.00  

Granite & Rainbow.  NY: Harcourt 1958.  First American Edition (1/4,100) Kirkpatrick A34b.  Name/date to ffep, otherwise Fine in Mylar-protected dust jacket with slightly sunned spine and edges.  (Item ID:  4035;   $120.00

A Haunted House and Other Stories.  London:  The Hogarth Press, Mecklenburgh Square, London, 1943. (January 1944).  Kirkpatrick A28a.  First Edition.  One of 6,000.  Fine in near fine price-clipped dust wrapper, chipped at spine ends and tips.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  4016; $300.00

A Haunted House and Other Stories.  NY: Harcourt 1944.  First American Edition (1/4,000) Kirkpatrick A28b.  Endpapers tanned.  Name on ffep.  Mild wear to front cover bottom edge.  Mylar-protected dust jacket is missing most of spine, jacket tips and edges chipped.  (Item ID:  4033)  $50.00  SOLD dealer 4 17 19

Jacob’s Room.  A Novel.  London:  Hogarth, 1954.  Eighth Impression.  Kirkpatrick A6d.  One of 3500.  Uniform Edition.  As new in similar Mylar-protected price-clipped dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  4027;  $60.00

Jacob’s Room.  NY: Harcourt 1923.  First American Edition (One of 1,500.) Kirkpatrick A6b.  Lacks dust jacket.  Signature/stamping to ffep and pastedown with small bookshop label at bottom.  Spine ends slightly bumped, spine title label somewhat worn.  (Item ID:  4047;  $120.00

Jacob’s Room.  London: Hogarth May 1935.  Uniform Edition-Second Printing  (1/2,110).  Kirkpatrick A6c.  Lacks dust jacket.  Spine and cover edges faded, as is gilt lettering to spine.  Otherwise tight and clean.  (Item ID:  4046;  $40.00  

[Journals]  A Passionate Apprentice:  The Early Journals. 1897-1909.  Virginia Woolf.  New York:  Harcourt, 1990.  Near fine.  Dust wrapper has slight chips to spine ends, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  4068;  $25.00 

[Letters]  Congenial Spirits:  The Letters of Virginia Woolf.  Joanne T. Banks, editor.  London:  Hogarth, 1989.  Fine in dine dust wrapper.  Bookplate to ffep.  (Item ID:  4061;  $30.00

[Letters]  Congenial Spirits:  The Selected Letters of Virginia Woolf.  New York:  Harcourt, 1990.  As new in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  4062;  $30.00

[Letters]  The Flight of the Mind. The Letters of Virginia Woolf.  1888-1912.  London:  Hogarth, 1975.  Near fine in near fine dust jacket with faded spine and mild edge wrinkling.  (Item ID:  4059;  $40.00

[Letters]  The Flight of the Mind:  The Letters of Virginia Woolf. 1888-1912., ed. Nigel Nicolson.  London:  Hogarth Press, 1975.  [ISBN:  0701204036] Price clipped, endpapers foxed.  Foxing to top edge, minor tips wear.  Very good plus Mylar protected dust wrapper.  (ID: 10K58;  $25.00 

[Letters]  The Letters of Virginia Woolf. Volumes 1-6.  Nigel Nicolson and Joanne Trautmann, Editors. New York:  Harcourt, 1975-1980. Near fine in near fine dust wrappers.  In Mylar.  Bookplates in Volumes 3, 4, 5. (Item ID:  4064;  $300.00

[Letters]  The Question of Things Happening:  The Letters of Virginia Woolf.  1912-1922.  London:  Hogarth Press, 1976. [ISBN:  9780701204204] Near fine volume in near fine dust wrapper.  Minor edge wear and toning to rear of wrappers.  (ID: 10K59;  $25.00  NEW

[Letters] The Sickle side of the Moon.  The Letters of Virginia Woolf.  1932-1935.  Nigel Nicolson, Editor. London:  Hogarth, 1979.  Near fine in near fine dust wrapper with faded spine.  (Item ID:  4058;  $40.00

The Moment and Other Essays.  London:  The Hogarth Press, December 1947.  Kirkpatrick A29a.  First Edition.  One of 10,000.  Near fine volume in similar dust jacket with slightest of chipping at top edges and slight sunning on edges.  In Mylar,  (Item ID:  4007;  $450.00

The Moment and Other Essays.  London:  Hogarth, 1947.  (Kirkpatrick A29).  One of 10,000.  Very good plus copy with spine ends rubbed, toning to end papers, small label residue to ffep.  Price clipped, tape-repaired wrapper, darkened, chipped, Mylar-protected, o/w good plus.  (ID: 8555;  $45.00   

A Moment’s Liberty.  London:  Hogarth, 1990.  Near fine hard cover with minor spots to top edge.  Dust wrapper near fine with slight wrinkling to jacket spine.  (ID:  3126;  $50.00

Monday or Tuesday.  New York: Harcourt 1921. First American Edition  (November 23, 1921)   (One of 1,500) Kirkpatrick A5b.  Near fine unopened volume in black cloth with toned pages.  Mylar-protected dust jacket, bright front cover, sunned spine and rear, professionally mended at spine top fold.  Price clipped.  1” and ½” chips to sunned jacket spine; jacket rear sunned as well.  (Item ID:  4032;  $1,500.00

Mrs. Dalloway.  New York:  Harcourt, 1925 (later printing).  Ex libris.  No dust wrapper, some internal marks. Front cover starting, owner’s emboss.  (ID:  3127;  $10.00

Mrs. Dalloway’s Party:  A Short Story Sequence.  London:  Hogarth, 1973. Stella McNichol, Editor.   Kirkpatrick A 42.  One of 4090.  As new volume in dust wrapper. Slight wear to top tips and ½” tear near spine bottom.  Advance Copy for Review with Hogarth Press notice laid in.  (Item ID:  4025)  $70.00 . SOLD dealer 4 17 19

Night and Day.  New York, Doran 1920    First American.  One of about 1,500 copies.  Kirkpatrick A4b. Near fine with professionally repaired binding.  Small (1”) stain to spine, slightest of edge wear, edges and endpapers sunned.  (Item ID:  4048;  $400.00  

On Being Ill.  (ID: 10K252)  $30.00  SOLD Alibris 7 5 17

On Not Knowing Greek. London:  Hesperus Press Limited, 2008.  [ISBN:  9781843916055]  As new stiff paperback.  (ID: 6417;   $11.00 

Orlando.  New York:  Crosby Gage, 1928.  Gilt cloth T.E.G.  First Edition, preceding UK Trade Edition. Signed by Woolf in purple ink of verso of half-title page.  Near fine, tight, clean copy showing slight, small label removal residue to front pastedown and offsetting to ffep.  Covers evidence slight glossy appearance, but all gilt lettering and decorative elements bright and clear. Most minimal of spine ends and tips wear.  In all, a lovely, unopened copy in matching custom cloth gilt-labeled slipcase.  (Item 4049*)   $2,500.00  SOLD

Orlando.  London:  Hogarth, 1928.  Kirkpatrick A11b.  First English Edition.  One of 5,080.  Orange cloth and gilt faded on spine, with mild wear to spine ends, otherwise tight and clean. (Item ID:  4020)  $325.00  SOLD  Alibris 11/6/18

The Pargiters. Mitchell Leaska, Editor.  One of 2500.  London:  Hogarth, 1978.  Kirkpatrick A22J.  Third American Edition.  As new in similar Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  4026;  $60.00 

Reviewing:  With a Note by Leonard Woolf.  Hogarth Sixpenny Pamphlets No. 4.  London:  Hogarth Press, 1939.  (Woolmer 463)  One of 5,140.  String-tied wraps, slight fade to edges, small bookshop sticker to inside front cover, signature to rear cover.  Lower rear tip ½” chip o/w very good.  (ID: 8993)  $60.00 SOLD dealer 4 17 19

Roger Fry: A Biography.   NY: Harcourt 1940.   First American Edition (One of 2,500) Kirkpatrick A25b.  Near Fine volume with evenly tanned endpapers.  1” of sunning to cover top.  Mylar-protected dust jacket is chipped at edges and tip, spine a bit darkened.  (Item ID:  4043;  $150.00

A Room of One's Own.  London:  The Hogarth Press, 1929.  1st British (trade) edition, 1st Impression.  One of 3040.Kirkpatrick A12b. Very good plus.  Spine rubbed and a bit darkened, ends bumped, but gilt bright. Offsetting to end papers. Facsimile Vanessa Bell dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  4019; $1,000.00   

Three Guineas.  London:  Hogarth, 1943.  Uniform Edition, New Edition.  Near fine hard cover in very good plus dust wrapper showing chips to spine ends and sunning.  Book shop stamp to front pastedown.  Scarce in jacket.  (Item ID:  9077; $40.00

To the Lighthouse.  London:  Hogarth, 1927.  1/3,000.  First Edition in FACSIMILE Vanessa Bell dust wrapper. A very good plus copy with gilt lettering.  Slightly soiled covers, spine ends somewhat rubbed, mild foxing to endpapers and textblock bottom, tiny label for British bookshop to rear pastedown.  Otherwise square, tight and unmarked.  In Mylar.  Prior owner's copperplate gothic script note laid in.  (Item ID:  4050)  $1,250.00  SOLD GVABF 2019

Virginia Woolf and Lytton Strachey:  Letters.  London:  The Hogarth Press, Chatto and Windus, November 1956. Edited by Leonard Woolf & James Strachey.  Kirkpatrick A32a.  First Edition.   One of 4,000.  As new in as new dust jacket.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  4006;  $450.00

The Voyage Out.  New York:  Doran, 1920.  Kirkpatrick A16.  Lacks dust wrapper.  Offset stain, stamp, and tanning to end papers.  Tight, clean; covers sharp.  First American Edition of Woolf’s first book.  (Item ID:  4030;  $400.00 

The Voyage Out.  London:  Hogarth, 1933.  Kirkpatrick A1e.  New Edition Reprint.  One of 3,200.  [Reprint of First Edition]  No dust jacket.  Mylar-protected.  FFEP tanned, otherwise tight, clean, bright jade green covers and gilt crisp.  (Item ID:  4024;  $70.00  

The Voyage Out.  New York:  Harcourt, 1920.  Second American.  Very good hard cover,  no dust wrapper.  One of 1,000.  Paper label on spine.  (ID: 10K56;  $50.00

The Waves.  London:  The Hogarth Press, 52 Tavistock Square, 1931.  Kirkpatrick A16a. First Edition.  One of 7,113.  Very good volume with worn covers.  Dust jacket very good plus, chipped at spine ends and tips and moderately water-stained.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  4011; $1,500.00

The Waves.   NY: Harcourt 1931.  First American Edition (1/10,000) Kirkpatrick A16b.  Water stain to lower  2” of early pages, slight fade to cover spine and rear.  Mylar-protected dust jacket is sunned, with tips and spine ends slightly chipped.  (Item ID:  4034; $225.00

The Years.  London:  The Hogarth Press, Tavistock Square, March 1937.  Kirkpatrick A22a.  First Edition.   One of 18,142.  Near fine volume, a little darkened at the spine.  Dust jacket is very good plus, split at front hinge.  A bit soiled and chipped at spine ends and tips.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  4017; $1,000.00  

The Years.  London:  The Hogarth Press, 1937.  A very good volume with bright gilt lettering. Spine edges lightly rubbed, endpapers foxed, but tight and unmarked.  No dust wrapper.  One of 18,142 of this first edition.  (Item ID: 4000; $250.00

Woolf/Woolf-Related Biographies, Criticism, and Bibliographies/Hogarth Press

Alsop, Susan Mary.  Lady Sackville: A Biography.  Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1978.  Near fine in spine faded dust jacket.  (Item ID:  4073;  $25.00

Annan, Noel.  Leslie Stephens:  The Godless Victorian.  New York:  Random House, 1984.  Near fine hard cover in dust wrapper with very minimal edge wear.  (Item ID:  4119;  $10.00 

Apter, T. E.  Virginia Woolf:  A Study of Her Novels New York:  New York University Press, 1979.  Hard cover with small owner’s label on ffep, otherwise fine; fine dust wrapper.  (ID:  3129;  $20.00 

Bell, Clive.  Civilization.  London:  Chatto & Windus, 1932.  Lacks dust wrapper.  Gilt spine, slight cover stains and water mark to first few pages, otherwise very good.  (Item ID:  4056;  $ 24.00  

Bell, Quentin. Virginia Woolf: A Biography. London: Hogarth, 1972. Near fine in laminated dust jacket with mild edge wear.  (Item ID:  4092;  $20.00

[Bell, Vanessa]  Selected Letters of Vanessa Bell.  Regina Marler, Editor.  New York:  Pantheon, 1993.  Near fine in near fine dust wrapper.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  4067;] $35.00

Bell, Virginia. Lia Giachero, Editor.  Sketches in Pen and Ink:  A Bloomsbury Notebook.  London:  Hogarth, 1997.  New.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  4057) $40.00  SOLD

Bell, Vanessa.  Notes on Virginia's Childhood:  A Memoir.  See Bell, Vanessa, above.

Birrell, Francis.  A Letter from a Black Sheep.  Hogarth Letters No. 5.  London:  Hogarth Press, 1932.  One of 1,500. (Woolmer 281)  String-tied Banting illustrated card stock covers.  Near fine, slightest spine sunning.  (ID: 8696;  $55.00  

Blackstone, Bernard.  Virginia Woolf:  A Commentary.  New York:  Harcourt, 1949.  Covers sunned, but otherwise near fine.  Dust wrapper has 3" split to spine edge and end chips, good plus.  In Mylar. (Item ID: 4094;  $12.00

Blackstone, Bernard.  Virginia Woolf.  London: Longmans 1952. Writers and their Work #33.  Near fine in wraps with slight fade to cover along spine, bookplate inside front cover.  (ID:  714;  $5.00 

Boyd, Elizabeth French.  Bloomsbury Heritage: Their Mothers and Their Aunts. New York: Taplinger, 1976.  Near fine in Dust Jacket.  (Item ID:  4050;  $20.00 

Bond, Alma Halbert.  Who Killed Virginia Woolf?:  A Psychobiography.  New York:  Plenum, 1989.  Near fine hard cover.  Dust wrapper has 1/2" closed tear at spine top, otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  4093;   $15.00  

Brown, Jane. Vita’s Other World: A Gardening Biography of Vita Sackville-West.  NY: Viking 1985.  Signature to ffep. Price-clipped, o/w near fine. (Item ID:  4091;  $25,00 

Coates, Irene.  Who's Afraid of Leonard Woolf?:  A Case for the Sanity of Virginia Woolf.  New York:  Somo, 1998.  A few marks and a signature to ffep.  Fine dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  4120;  $15.00 

Daiches, David.  Virginia Woolf.  Nortolk, CT:  New Directions, 1942.  Stamp to ffep, but otherwise very good plus.  Good plus dust wrapper has sunning to spine and edge chips. Publisher's flyer laid in.  (Item ID:  4099;  $20.00 

Dally, Peter.  The Marriage of Heaven and Hell:  Manic Depression in the Life of Virginia Woolf.  New York: St. Martin's, 1999.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  4106;  $20.00 

De-La-Noy, Michael. Eddy: The Life of Edward Sackville-West.  London: Bodley Head 1988.Near fine in dust jacket.  (Item ID:  4089; $20.00 

De Salvo, Louise.  Virginia Woolf:  The Impact of Childhood Sexual Abuse on Her Life and Work.  Boston: Beacon, 1989.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  4097)  $20.00  SOLD

De Salvo, Louise & Mitchell A Leaska. The Letters of Vita Sackville-West to Virginia Woolf.  New York: Morrow, 1985. Near fine in dust jacket. (Item ID:  4085) $22.50. SOLD dealer 2/18

DeSalvo, Louise, & Mitchell A. Leaska.  The Letters of Vita Sackville-West to Virginia Woolf.   San Francisco, CA: Cleis, 1985.  Soft cover.  (Item ID:  4086)  $20.00  SOLD

Dunn, Jane.  A Very Close Conspiracy:  Vanessa Bell and Virginia Woolf.  Boston:  Little Brown, 1990.  Near fine in near fine dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  4069;  $30.00

Forster, E. M.  A Letter to Madan Blanchard.  Hogarth Letters No. 1.  London:  Hogarth Press, 1931.  One of 4,500.  (Woolmer 254) String-tied Banting illustrated card stock covers, trace of foxing, o/w near fine.  (ID: 8695; $50.00 

Forster, E. M.  Virginia Woolf.  New York:  Harcourt, 1942.  Near fine in near fine Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  4098;  $50.00 

Forster, E.M.  Virginia Woolf.  London: Cambridge, 1943.  Very good in wraps.  Front cover 1 inch separation top and bottom of spine joint, small sticker residue to rear cover.  (ID:  713;  $15.00 

Fry, Roger.  A Sampler of Castile (Hogarth Press).  See Fry, Roger, above.

Funke, Sarah.  Virginia and Leonard Woolf.  Catalogue of First Editions for Sale.  New York:  Horowitz, 2002.  New in Mylar.  Letter from the author and a price list laid in.  (Item ID:  4054;  $50.00

Funke, Sarah.  This Perpetual Flight:  Love and Loss in Virginia Woolf's Intimate Circle.  New York:  Grolier 2008 Exhibit Catalogue.  New.  (Item ID:  4055;  $170.00

Gillespie, Diane Filby.  The Sisters' Arts:  The Writing and Painting of Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell.  Syracuse, NY:  Syracuse University Press, 1988. Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  4100)  $30.00   

Gordon, Lyndall.  Virginia Woolf:  A Writer's Life.  New York:  Norton, 1984.  1st edition.  As new hard cover in as new Mylar-protected dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  9080;  $20.00

[Grant, Duncan]  Fry, Roger.  Living Painters:  Duncan Grant.  London: Hogarth, 1930.  New Edition. (Woolmer 31)  1/610 copies.  Stiff paper wrappers.  24 b/w illustrations.  Very good.  Chip to spine. cover darkened.  Front hinge ends professionally mended.  Scarce.  (ID: 10K60;  $150.00  NEW

Greene, Sally, Editor.  Virginia Woolf:  Reading the Renaissance.  Athens:  Ohio University Press, 1999.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  4116; $15.00 

Guiguet, Jean.  Virginia Woolf and Her Works.  New York:  Harcourt, 1965.  Very good plus hard cover with toned pages.  Dust wrapper is edge worn.  (Item ID:  4118; $25.00 

Holroyd, Michael.  Lytton Strachey:  Two Volume Set.  Unknown Years, 1880-1910.  Years of Achievement, 1910-1932.  New York:  Holt, 1968.  Near fine hard covers in near fine dust wrappers.  (Item ID:  4125;  $25.00 

Hussey, Mark.  Virginia Woolf:  A to Z.  A Comprehensive Reference.  New York:  Facts on File, 1995.  (Item ID:  4071;  $55.00

James, Anne Scott.  Sissinghurst: The Making of a Garden. London: Michael Joseph 1975.  Second Impression.  As new in Mylar dust jacket.  (Item ID:  4082; $30.00 

Kellett, E. E.  The Whirligig of Taste.  London:  Hogarth, 1929.  Hogarth Lectures No. 8.  One of 2,250.  (Woolmer 197)  Very good copy without dust wrapper.  Spine worn.  (ID: 8592;  $30.00  

King, James.  Virginia Woolf.  New York:  Norton, 1994.  Near fine in near fine dust wrapper.  (Item ID: 4101;  $22.50 

Kirkpatrick, B. J., and Stuart N. Clarke.  A Bibliography of Virginia Woolf.  Oxford:  Clarendon Press, 1997. Fourth Edition.  As new, in Mylar.  (Item ID:  4051/10K230)  $150.00 SOLD Alibris 8 2 18

Kirkpatrick, B.J. A Bibliography of Virginia Woolf.  Second Edition.  (ID: 10K324) $25.00 SOLD Alibris 8 28 18

Lane, Richard J.  Mrs. Dalloway:  Literary Masterpieces, Volume 11.  Gale Study Guides in Great Literature. Farmington Hills, MI:  Gale Group, 2001.  As new hard cover; no dust wrapper, as issued.  (Item ID: 9075;  $15.00

Leaska, Mitchell.  Virginia Woolf's Lighthouse:  A Study in Critical Method.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1970.  Signature to ffep, otherwise near fine.  Dust jacket is worn with edge chips.  (Item ID:  4117;  $20.00 

Leaska, Mitchell A. & John Phillips. Violet to Vita: The Letters of Violet Trefusis to Vita Sackville-West 1910-1920. NY: Viking 1990. As new in dust jacket. (Item ID:  4087;  $25.00

Lee, Hermione.  The Novels of Virginia Woolf.  (ID: 421) $30.00 SOLD Amazon 4 24 18

Lee, Hermione.   Virginia Woolf.  New York:  Knopf, 1997.  Near fine hard cover in near fine dust wrapper. (Item ID:  4105;  $25.00 

Lehmann, Rosamond.  A Letter to A Sister.  Hogarth Letters No. 3.  London:  Hogarth Press, 1931.  One of 2,000.  (Woolmer 263)  String-tied Banting illustrated card stock covers.  Near fine.  Spine sunned, small bookseller price sticker inside front cover.  (ID: 8694;  $40.00 

Lehmann, John.  Virginia Woolf and Her World.  London:  THames & Hudson, 1975.  Near fine hard cover in near fine dust wrapper. (Item ID:  4104;  $30.00 

Marder, Herbert.  The Measure of a Life:  Virginia Woolf's Last Years.  Ithaca, NY:  Cornell University Press, 2000.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  Publisher's letterhead and flyer laid in.  (Item ID;; 4103)  $20.00  SOLD Alibris 10 1 17

Marler, Regina.  Bloomsbury Pie: The Making of the Bloomsbury Boom.  NY: Holt, 1997  New in dust Jacket (Item ID:  4072;  $12.00 

Marsh, Jan.  Bloomsbury Women: Distant Figures in Life and Art.  NY: Holt, 1996.  Fine in dust jacket.  (Item ID:  4078; $20.00

Menai, Huw.  The Passing of Guto and Other Poems.  Hogarth Living Poets No. 6, First Series.  London:  Hogarth Press, 1929.  One of 500 copies.  Blue-grey printed boards with Vanessa Bell design.  Near fine, slight spine sunning, page and edge foxing, offsetting to ffep and frep. Issued without dust wrapper.  Mylar protected.  (ID:  8697)  $100.00  SOLD 9 23 16

Modern Fiction Studies.  Virginia Woolf Number.  Volume 18, Number 3.  Margaret Church and William T. Stafford, Editors. Lafayette, IN:  Purdue University Press, Autumn 1972.  As new.  (Item ID:  9030;  $20.00

Morris, Jan.  Travels with Virginia Woolf.  London:  Hogarth, 1993.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper. (Item ID:  4109;  $10.00  

*Mortimer, Raymond.  A Letter on the French Pictures.  Hogarth Letters No. 4.  London, Hogarth Press, 1932.  One of 1,000.  (Woolmer 219).  Signed and inscribed by Mortimer.  String-tied card stock covers with Banting illustration.  A bit soiled.  Very good to near fine.  (ID:  8692;  $75.00  

Nicholson, Nigel. Portrait of a Marriage: V. Sackville-West & Harold Nicholson.  NY: Atheneum 1973 Book Club Edition. Very good in similar dust jacket.   (Item ID:  4084; http:/  $15.00  

Nicholson, Nigel.  Virginia Woolf.  London:  Wiedenfeld and Nicholson, 2000.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  (Item ID;  4107;  $20.00 

Nicholson, Nigel.  Virginia Woolf.  New York:  Viking Penguin, 2000.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper. (Item ID  4108;  $15.00 

Partridge, Frances.  A Bloomsbury Album: Friends in Focus.  Boston: Little Brown 1987.  Near Fine in dust jacket.  (Item ID:  4079;  $25.00 

Perry, Meisel & Walter Kendrick.  Bloomsbury/Freud: The Letters of James & Alix Strachey 1924-25.  New York: Basic 1985.  Fine in dust Jacket.  (Item ID:  4077; $15.00

Pippett, Aileen. The Moth and the Star:  A Biography of Virginia Woolf.  Bostom:  Little Brown, 1955. Reprint. Near fine in Mylar-protected dust jacket with spine fade and small chip.  (Item ID:  4110;  $20.00 

Poole, Roger.  The Unknown Virginia Woolf.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1978.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  Publisher's review slip laid in.  (Item ID:  4110;  $10.00

Reid, Panthea.  Art and Affection:  A Life of Virginia Woolf.  New York:  Oxford, 1996.  Fine hard cover in near fine dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  4111;  $10.00 

Richardson, Elizabeth. A Bloomsbury IconographyWinchester, Hampshire UK: St. Paul’s 1989.  Fine in dust jacket.  (Item ID:  4081;  $40.00

Rose, Phyllis.  Woman of Letters:  A Life of Virginia Woolf.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1978.  Fine hard cover in dust wrapper with fade to spine, but otherwise near fine.  (Item ID:  4112;  $15.00

Rosenbaum, S. P.  Virginia Woolf:  Women & Fiction.  The Manuscript Version of A Roo of One's Own. Oxford, UK:  Blackwell, 1992. Fine in fine dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  4102;  $27.50

Sackville-West, Vita.  See Vita Sackville-West, above.

Spilka, Mark.  Virginia Woolf’s Quarrel with Grieving. Lincoln, NE:  University of Nebraska Press, 1980.  Fine hard cover.  Dust wrapper front cover is slightly rubbed, but otherwise near fine.  (ID:  3130;  $10.00 

Stape, J. H.  Virginia Woolf:  Interviews and Recollections.  Iowa City:  Iowa University Press, 1995.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  4115; $35.00 

Stevens, Michael. V. Sackville-West: A Critical BiographyLondon: Michael Joseph 1973..Second Impression.  Near fine in similar dust jacket.  (Item ID:  4074; $30.00 

Stevens, Michael.  V. Sackville-West:  A Critical Biography.  NY: Scribner 1974. Near fine in dust jacket. (Item ID:  4075;   $20.00 

Strong, L. A. G.  A Letter to W. B. Yeats.  Hogarth Letters No. 6  London:  Hogarth Press, 1932.  One of 1,500.  (Woolmer 310)  Banting illustration on string-tied card stock covers.  Trace of soil to front cove r top.  Very good plus.  (ID: 8693;  $45.00 

Trombley, Stephen.   'All That Summer She Was Mad:'  Virginia Woolf and Her Doctors.  London:  Junction, 1981.  (Item ID:  4114;  $25.00

Turnbaugh, Douglas Blair. Duncan Grant and the Bloomsbury Group.  Secaucus, NJ:  Lyle Stuart, 1987. New fine in near fine dust wrapper.  Signed by the author.  (Item ID:  4070;  $35.00  

Willis, J. H., Jr.  Leonard and Virginia Woolf as Publishers:  the Hogarth Press 1917-1941.  Charlottesville:  University Press of Virginia, 1992.  New.  (Item ID: 4053;  $45.00

Wilson, Jean Moorecroft.  Virginia Woolf:  Life & London, A Biography of Place.  New York:  Norton, 1985.  Fine hard cover in fine dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  4113;  $15.00

Woolf, Virginia, and Woolf, Leonard, Editors.  Hogarth Essays.  New York:  Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1928. (Kirkpatrick Note A7).  Near fine volume without dust wrapper.  Small stain to front cover, bookplate to front pastedown.  Spine label tanned.  (ID:  8698; $80.00 

Woolf, Leonard, Editor.  Collected Essays:  Volumes 1-4.  New York:  Harcourt, 1967.  Near fine in near fine dust wrapper with small chip to Volume 1 jacket spine.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  4065)  $175.00 . SOLD Alibris 12 30 19

Woolf, Leonard.  Sowing:  An Autobiography of the Years 1880-1904.  London:  Hogarth, 1962.  Near fine hard cover.  Dust wrapper is slightly soiled and price clipped.  (Item ID:  4121;  $15.00 

Woolf, Leonard.  Growing:  An Autobiography of the Years 1904-1911.  New York:  Harcourt, 1967.  Near fine hard cover in near fine dust wrapper.  In Mylar.  (Item ID:  4122;  $20.00 

Woolf, Leonard.  Downhill All the Way:  An Autobiography of the Years 1919-1939.  New York:  Harcourt, 1969.  Fine hard cover in near fine Mylar-covered dust wrapper.  (Item ID:  4123;  $20.00

Woolf, Leonard.  The Wise Virgins: A Novel.  New York:  Harcourt, 1979.  Very good plus hard cover in dust wrapper with sunned spine, otherwise very good.  (Item ID:  4124;  $20.00 

Woolmer, J. Howard.  A Checklist of the Hogarth Press, 1917-1946.  Revere, PA:  Woolmer, 1986.  Second Edition.  New, signed.  (Item ID:  4052;  $75.00



Celtic Twilight:  Men and Women, Dhouls and Faeries.  With a Frontispiece by J. B. Yeats.  London:  Lawrence and Bullen 1893.  (Wade 8) . Publisher's name on spine in capital and lower case letters.  Probably one of 1,000 (Roth 20).  Near fine unopened volume with bookplate to front pastedown, offsetting to ffep.  Usual moderate foxing to rfep and back pastedown.  23 stories, 2 poems.  Yeats noted , "All real stories heard among the people or real incidents with but a little disguise in names and places."  (ID: 1116-155; . $550.00. NEW

Images of Ireland.  New York:  Macmillan Publishing Company, 1991.  [ISBN: 0025701614] Photographs by Alain Le Garsmeur.  Introduction by Bernard McCabe.  As new hard cover in as new dust wrapper.  (ID: 10K312;  $20.00 . NEW




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