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JH301109020: GERTRUDE JEKYLL - Gertrude Jekyll. Essays on the Lifeof a Working Amateur. Edited by Michael Tooley & Primrose Arnander.
BC13977: CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS - Ball by Ball. The Story of Cricket Broadcasting. (INSCRIBED)
BC13978: CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS - The Complete Who's Who of Test Cricketers. (INSCRIBED)
BC13976: CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS - Twenty Years On. Cricket's Years of Change 1963-1983. (SIGNED)
KP90210: ELIZABETH JENNINGS. - The Animal's Arrival. Poems.
KP90209: ELIZABETH JENNINGS. - Consequently I Rejoice. Poems.
BC13241: ELIZABETH JENNINGS - contributes her poems 'The Quarrell' and 'The Age of Innocence' to the first issue of the periodical Poetry London-New York. Edited by Tambimuttu.
ARC91047: ELIZABETH JENNINGS - contributes her poem 'Cave Dwellers' to an issue of the Fantasy Press periodical New Poems. Edited by Donald Hall.
ARC91049: ELIZABETH JENNINGS - Every Changing Shape.
ARC90816: ELIZABETH JENNINGS - Hurt.
BC14042: ELIZABETH JENNINGS - Collected Poems 1953-1985.
ARC90134: ELIZABETH JENNINGS. - Poems. With an introduction by Anne Ridler.
KP90401: ELIZABETH JENNINGS - Song for a Birth or a Death and other poems.
BUL90148: JEROME K.JEROME. - The Second Thoughts of an Idle Fellow.
BC13746: DOUGLAS JERROLD - The Lie About the War.
9483: DOUGLAS JERROLD - The Truth about Quex. A novel.
19856: EDWARD JESSE. - Favourite Haunts and Rural Studies; including Visits to Spots of Interest in the vicinity of Windsor and Eton. With numerous illustrations.
12007: RUTH PRAWER JHABVALA - The Householder.
BC13382: RUTH PRAWER JHABVALA - Out of India. Selected Stories.
BC11720: AUGUSTUS JOHN - Autobiography. With an introduction by Michael Holroyd.
BC100211007: AUGUSTUS JOHN. - The catalogue of an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. With text by Malcolm Easton and Romilly John.
9414: "AUGUSTUS JOHN, WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY A[NTHONY]. B[ERTRAM]." - A monograph. With 35 plates.
19772: JASPER JOHNS - A Calendar for 1991
BC12488: JASPER JOHNS - The Sculptures. Published to accompany a 1996 exhibition at the Henry Moore Institute.
ARC91156: CAPTAIN W.E.JOHNS - Biggles of the Interpol. Some adventures of Air Decective-Inspector Bigglesworth of the International Police Commission. With illustrations by Leslie Stead.
17279: LIONEL JOHNSON - Some Winchester Letters.
17280: SAMUEL JOHNSON - "Some Unpublished Letters to and from Dr.Johnston. Edited by J.D.Wright from the originals. Reprinted with considerable additions from ""The Bulletin of the John Rylands Library"""
99503: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, JEAN H.HAGSTRUM" - Samuel Johnson's Literary Criticism.
KP90622: B.S.JOHNSON - contributes his screenplay 'Not Counting the Savages' to an issue of the periodical Transatlantic Review No. 45.
15664: SAMUEL JOHNSON - Essays on the Eighteenth Century. Presented to David Nichol Smith in honour of his Birthday.
15680: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, A.BOSKER" - Literary Criticism in the Age of Johnson.
15683: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, S.C.ROBERTS" - "The Story of Doctor Johnson. Being an Introduction to Boswell's ""Life"". With plates."
15607: SAMUEL JOHNSON - The Rambler. In Three Volumes. Engraved frontispieces to each volume.
15729: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, PAUL JOHNSON & GEORGE GALE" - The Highland Jaunt [in the steps of Samuel Johnson and James Boswell].
15726: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, FRANK DELANEY" - A Walk to the Western Isles. After Boswell & Johnson. (INSCRIBED). With illustrations.
15693: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, W.H.CRAIG" - Doctor Johnson and the Fair Sex. A Study of Contrasts. With portraits.
15684: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, BERTRAM H.DAVIS" - A Proof of Eminence. The Life of Sir John Hawkins. With illustrations.
15674: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, PERCY H.HOUSTON" - Doctor Johnson. A Study in Eighteenth Century Humanism.
15676: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, ROBERT BRACEY" - Eighteenth Century Studies and Other Papers. With a Foreword by The Bishop of Clifton.
15672: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, DONALD & MARY HYDE" - Eighteenth-Century Studies in Honor of Donald F.Hyde. Edited by W.H.Bond.
15667: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, WILLIAM PRIDEAUX COURTNEY" - A Bibliography of Samuel Johnson. Revised and seen through the press by David Nichol Smith.
15659: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, CHRISTOPHER HOLLIS" - Dr. Johnson. With illustrations.
15636: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, CHARLES R.HART" - Samuel Johnson: A Portrait. A play. (SIGNED PRESENTATION INSCRIPTION)
15622: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, LIEUT.-COL. F.GRANT" - Life of Samuel Johnson.
15623: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, ALEXANDER MAIN" - Life and Conversations of Dr.Samuel Johnson. (Founded chiefly upon Boswell). With a preface by George Henry Lewes.
14996: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, R.W.CHAPMAN" - "contributes ""Johnsonian Bibliography 1750-1765"" to The Colophon."
15655: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, CHARLES E.PIERCE" - The Religious Life of Samuel Johnson.
15656: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, JAMES L.CLIFFORD" - Johnsonian Studies 1887-1950. A Survey and Bibliography.
15634: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, REV.J.F.RUSSELL" - The Life of Dr. Samuel Johnson. With frontispiece and decorations.
15638: "SAMUEL JOHNSON, W.B.C.WATKINS" - Johnson and English Poetry before 1660.
ARC91620: B.S.JOHNSON - The Unfortunates.
BC13785: PETER JOHNSON - Front Line Artists.
11505: SAMUEL JOHNSON - Boswell for the Defence 1769-1774. Edited by William K.Wimsatt Jr. & Frederick Pottle from the Private Papers of James Boswell.
19922: SAMUEL JOHNSON - Boswell for the Defence 1769-1774. Edited by William K.Wimsatt Jr. & Frederick Pottle from the Private Papers of James Boswell.
ARC90907: T.S.ELIOT. SAMUEL JOHNSON - London: a Poem and The Vanity of Human Wishes. With a nine-page introductory essay by T.S.Eliot.
19172: JONATHAN SWIFT. DENIS JOHNSTON - In Search of Swift. With illustrations.
15000: EDWARD JOHNSTON - "Tributes to Edward Johnston, Calligrapher. By Sydney Cockerell, Noel Rooke, James Wardrop, Alfred Firbank, Irene Wellington & Bridget Johnston. With 12 plates (two folding)."
14999: "EDWARD JOHNSTON, SYDNEY COCKERELL" - Edward Johnston. A Tribute. One of six short papers read at a Memorial Meeting convened by The Society of Scribes and Illuminators .
EVES9029: EUGENE JOLAS - Transition Workshop. Edited by Eugene Jolas.
19665: TERRY JONES - Catching the Moment
19348: PHILIPPE ROBERTS-JONES. - Beyond Time and Place. Non-Realist Painting in the Nineteenth Century. Translated from the French by J.A.Underwood.
19385: MICHAEL WYNN JONES - The Cartoon History of the American Revolution.
BC11460: JAMES JONES. - The Pistol.
AA90021: DAVID JONES. - "contributes a lengthy excerpt of his poem ""The Tribune's Visitation"" to an issue of The Listener."
BC13734: WILL ELLSWORTH-JONES - We Will Not Fight. The Untold Story of the First World War's Conscientious Objectors.
JUL90075: DAVID JONES - A special David Jones issue of the periodical Poetry Wales
BC13786: BARBARA JONES AND BILL HOWELL - Popular Arts of the First World War.
ARC91363: GREGYNOG PRESS. T.GWYNN JONES - Detholiad o Ganiadau. With wood engravings by Robert Ashwin Maynard.
14528: RUSSELL CELYN JONES - An Interference of Light. (INSCRIBED)
14527: RUSSELL CELYN JONES - Soldiers and Innocents. (INSCRIBED)
KP90135: DYLAN THOMAS. GWYN JONES. - Background to Dylan Thomas and Other Explorations.
SPE90007: CHARLOTTE JONES. - In Flames. (INSCRIBED)
19543: ERIC GETHTN-JONES - A Territorial Army Chaplain in Peace and War. A Country Cleric in Khaki 1938-61.
ARC91560: JAMES JONES - From Here to Eternity.
JH301109032: WHITNEY R.D.JONES - David Williams. The Anvil and the Hammer.
ARC91269: BARBARA JONES - English Furniture at a Glance. With several hundred drawings and a dust wrapper design by the author.
BC12918: GLYN JONES - The Dragon Has Two Tongues. Essays on Anglo-Welsh Writers and Writing. J
KP90496: JONAH JONES - A Tree May Fall.
AA90018: DAVID JONES. - Epoch and Artist. Selected Writings. Edited by Harman Grisewood.
BC12381: DAVID JONES - Jeremy Hooker contributes reviews of two David Jones publications (John Matthias' 'Introducing David Jones' and 'David Jones Letters to William Hayward') to an issue of the periodical Poetry Review.
BC14206: OWEN JONES - "A lengthy essay by Paul W.Nash on Owen Jones and his pioneering book 'Plans, Elevations, Sections and Details of the Alhambra', including a number of colour reproductions, features in an issue of the periodical The Private Library."
ARC91721: DAVID JONES AND ROY CAMPBELL - The Gum Trees. An Ariel poem by Roy Campbell with illustrations by David Jones. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC91720: DAVID JONES. - "Diary with Dominican Calendar and XII Wood-Engravings. With a title page engraving by David Jones (repeated for January), thirteen Mary Dudley Short engravings and an unaccredited three-page introduction by H.D.C.Pepler."
ARC170208101: ERICA JONG. - Fruits and Vegetables. Poems
BC12856: ANDREW JORDAN - Josian in Ermonie. A Poem Writ Over. (SIGNED)
ARC90756: JAMES JOYCE - A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.
EVES9105: JAMES JOYCE - Giacomo Joyce. With an introduction and notes by Richard Ellmann
ARC90476: JAMES JOYCE - Haveth Childers Everywhere. Fragment of a 'Work in Progress'.
BC12289: JAMES JOYCE - The first printing of Joyce's essays 'The Centenary of Charles Dickens' and 'L'influenza Letteraria Universale del Rinascimento' feature in an issue of the Journal of Modern Literature.
JH301109009: PAUL JOYNER - Artists in Wales. c.1745 - c. 1851. A Handlist of Artists Living and Working in Wales from c.1740 up to c.1851.
GP900006: JACK KAHANE. - The Vain Serenade.
9922469: AHMAD KAMAL - Full Fathom Five.
19741: MACKINLAY KANTOR - Wicked Water. An American Primitive.
19245: WENDY KAPLAN. - Designing Modernity. The Arts of Reform and Persuasion 1885-1945. Selections from the Wolfsonian. Edited by Wendy Kaplan. Published to accompany the inaugural exhibition of the Wolfsonian and subsequent tour.
BC11668: LESLIE KARK. - Red Rain. A novel.
ARC90362: HAROLD ACTON. E.MCKNIGHT KAUFFER. - Cornelian. A fable. With a splendid two-colour title-page design by McKnight Kauffer. (SIGNED).
BC13143: PATRICK KAVANAGH - Lough Derg. A poem. With a foreword by Paul Durcan.
BC12821: PATRICK KAVANAGH - John Griffin contributes his six-page essay 'The Knife of Conscience: The Enduring Value of Patrick Kavanagh's Poetry' to a special 'Celtic Mists' issue of the periodical Agenda.
KP90497: PATRICK KAVANAGH - Self Portrait.
KP90099: P.J.KAVANAGH. - A Song and Dance.
KP90404: PATRICK KAVANAGH - The Green Fool.
BC12308: YASUNARI KAWABATA - The Lake. Translated from the Japanese by Reiko Tsukimura.
17292: CHARLES & ELLEN KEAN - "Emigrant in Motley. The Journey of Charles and Ellen Kean in Quest of a Theatrical Fortune in Australia and America, as told in their hitherto unpublished letters. Edited by J.M.D.Hardwick, with a foreword by Anthony Quayle and illustrations. (INSCRIBED)"
18393: "JOHN KEATS, GUY MURCHIE" - "The Spirit of Place in Keats. With a foreword by J.H.Preston, Assistant Curator and Librarian of Keats House, Hampstead. Illustrations."
KP90189: JOHN KEATS. - The Letters of John Keats. Edited by Maurice Buxton Forman.
99267: BRIAN KEEBLE - In Hollow Sleep. A poem.
19901: GEORGIA O'KEEFFE. - Georgia O'Keeffe. In the West. Edited by Doris Bry and Nicholas Callaway.
19885: GEORGIA O'KEEFFE. - "Georgia O'Keeffe. An autobiographical monograph, lavishly illustrated and with text by the artist."
JH301109002: GEORGIA O'KEEFFE - "The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. With an introduction by Mark Stevens and essays by Lisa Mintz, Barbara Novak and Barbara Rose."
15737: "CHARLES KEENE, FRANK L.EMANUEL" - "Charles Keene, Etcher, Draughtsman and Illustrator 1823- 1891. Based upon a lecture. With 19 plates."
BC12332: NANCY KEESING (EDITS). - Shalom. A Collection of Australian Jewish Stories. Compiled by Nancy Keesing.
19773: E.E.KELLETT - The Whirligig of Taste. Hogarth Lectures No. 8
99452: MIGUEL DE CERVANTES SAAVEDRA. JAMES FITZMAURICE KELLY - Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra. A Memoir.
RB90076: MARY LAVIN. A.A.KELLY. - "Mary Lavin, Quiet Rebel. A Study of her Short Stories."
KP90525: JAMES KELMAN - Mo Said She Was Quirky. A novel.
BC13391: JAMES KELMAN - Greyhound for Breakfast. Stories. (SIGNED)
BC14062: FRANK KENDON - Arguments and Emblems. Poems.
BC13223: THOMAS KENEALLY - The Place Where Souls are Born. A Journey to the Southwest [of America]. With an introduction by Jan Morris. (INSCRIBED)
SPE90139: THOMAS KENEALLY - The Office of Innocence. (SIGNED)
13183: THOMAS KENEALLY - A Family Madness.
SPE90023: THOMAS KENEALLY. - Searching for Schindler.
ARC91616: THOMAS KENEALLY - "Blood Red, Sister Rose. (INSCRIBED)"
BC13887: THOMAS KENEALLY - Schindler's Ark.
17296: WILLIAM KENNEDY - Legs.
BC12952: DAVID KENNEDY - The Devil's Bookshop. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
15744: "ERIC KENNINGTON, C.C.MARTINDALE" - The Vocation of Aloysius Gonzaga. With a fine engraved frontispiece by Eric Kennington.
18090: WILLIAM KENT - London for Heretics.
15745: "ROCKWELL KENT, THEODOR BROCH" - The Mountains Wait. With illustrations by Rockwell Kent.
BC14135: COULSON KERNAHAN - "The Child, the Wise Man and the Devil. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION - ADDITIONALLY INSCRIBED)"
ARC91063: JACK KEROUAC (WRITING AS 'JOHN KEROUAC'). - The Town and the City.
BC12618: PHILIP KERR - A Man Without Breath. A Bernie Gunther Thriller. (SIGNED)
BC11994: KEN KESEY WITH KEN BABBS. - Last Go Round.
18446: HERMANN KESTEN. - Children of Guernica. A novel. Translated from the German by Geoffrey Dunlop.
BUL90321: MAGGIE KESWICK. - "The Chinese Garden. History, Art & Architecture. With contributions and a conclusion by Charles Jencks."
19734: WILLIAM CONGREVE. JOHN KETTLEWELL - The Way of the World [and] Love for Love. Two Comedies. With illustrations and decorations by John Kettlewell.
99268: SIDNEY KEYES - The Iron Laurel.
17297: JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES - Lydia and Maynard. The Letters of Lydia Lopokova and John Maynard Keynes. Edited by Polly Hill & Richard Keynes.
9922790: ISMITH KHAN - The Jumbie Bird.
BUL90406: CHEWON KIM AND G.ST.G.M.GOMPERTZ. - The Ceramic Art of Korea.
ARC90657: JESSIE M.KING - Poems of Spenser. Selected and with a lengthy introduction by W.B.Yeats. With a tissue-protected frontispiece and title page decoration by A.S.Hartrick and eight tinted plates by Jessie M.King.
FP90006: FRANCIS KING - contributes his short story 'The Accompanist' to an issue of the periodical The Oxford Viewpoint. A Review of Oxford Writing. Edited by Russell Enoch.
BC13474: CHARLES KINGLSEY - The Water-Babies. A Fairy Tale for a Land-Baby. With colour illustrations by Warwick Goble.
991762: CHARLES KINGSLEY - Plays and Puritans and Other Historical Essays. With a frontispiece.
18397: CHARLES KINGSLEY - "The Tutor's Story. An Unpublished Novel. Revised and Completed by his daughter, Lucas Malet."
ARC91629: THOMAS KINSELLA - Another September. Poems.
BC13557: THOMAS KINSELLA - Selected Poems 1956-1968.
BC13558: THOMAS KINSELLA - Blood and Family. Poems.
BC13559: THOMAS KINSELLA - New Poems 1973.
BC13242: THOMAS KINSELLA - Her Vertical Smile. Poems. (SIGNED)
BUL90588: DARIUS KINSEY - This Was Logging! Selected Photographs of Darius Kinsey. With text by Ralph W.Andrews. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
KP90203: RUDYARD KIPLING. - The Kipling Journal. Published quarterly by the Kipling Society.
991764: "RUDYARD KIPLING, T.W.H.CROSLAND" - The Five Notions. Poems.
19118: "RUDYARD KIPLING, SHAMSUL ISLAM" - Kipling's 'Law'. A Study of his Philosophy of Life.
KP90610: RUDYARD KIPLING - The Phantom Rickshaw and Other Eerie Tales.
13840: RUDYARD KIPLING - A Collection of First Editions of the Works of Rudyard Kipling. The Property of Solton Engel. Catalogue of a sale.
SPE90157: RUDYARD KIPLING - Limits and Renewals.
SPE90156: RUDYARD KIPLING - Sea Warfare.
19110: "RUDYARD KIPLING, J.I.M.STEWART" - Rudyard Kipling. A biographical and critical study.
19114: "RUDYARD KIPLING, EDWARD SHANKS" - Rudyard Kipling. A Study in Literature and Political Ideas.
RB90112: W.B.YEATS. SHEELAH KIRBY - The Yeats Country. A Guide to Places in the West of Ireland associated with the Life and Writings of William Butler Yeats. Compiled by Sheelah Kirby. Edited by Patrick Gallagher and with drawings and maps by Ruth Brandt. (INSCRIBED)
17875: "E.L.KIRCHNER, ANNEMARIE DUBE-HEYNIG" - "E.L.Kirchner. Graphik. With 160 reproductions, including colour-plates."
19497: EDWARD THOMAS. MICHAEL KIRKHAM - The Imagination of Edward Thomas.
9922313: ERSKINE CALDWELL. JACK KIRKLAND - Tobacco Road. A play based on Caldwell's novel by Jack Kirkland. With a Note by Erskine Caldwell.
19876: VIRGINIA WOOLF. B.J.KIRKPATRICK - A Bibliography of Virginia Woolf
KP90499: JAMES KIRKUP - Tropic Temper. A Memoir of Malaya.
BC10048: JAMES KIRKUP - contributes his poem 'Two Graves in Japan' to an issue of the periodical The Poetry Review.
BC13340: JAMES KIRKUP - Filipinescas. Travels Through the Philippine Islands.
BC13696: DONALD HANKEY. JAMES KISSANE - Without Parade. The Life and Work of Donald Hankey. 'A Student at Arms'.
BC13928: C.H.B.KITCHIN - The Book of Life. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC90794: PIET KLAASSE - Jam Session. Portraits of Jazz and Blues Musicians drawn on the Scene. Edited and with text by J.Bernlef and additional text by Mark Gardner.
15993: "CURT VALENTIN GALLERY. PAUL KLEE, PABLO PICASSO &C." - Exhibitions 1953-1954. With numerous plates.
BC12132: PAUL KLEE - On Modern Art. Translated by Paul Findlay and with an introduction by Herbert Read.
BC14004: AUGUST KLEINZAHLER - Green Sees Things in Waves. Poems.
BC11675: EDWARD LEAR. STEFAN KLIMA. - The Owl and the Pussy-Cat. With six drawings by Stefan Klima. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION).
18732: WILLIAM KNIGHT - "Nineteenth Century Artists, English and French. Lectures. With 50 plates."
15620: "ELLIS CORNELIA KNIGHT, (SAMUEL JOHNSON INTEREST)" - "Dinarbas. A Tale. Being a continuation of Rasselas, Prince of Arabia."
BC14243: JOHN COWPER POWYS. G.WILSON KNIGHT. - The Saturnian Quest. A Chart of the Prose Works of John Cowper Powys.
99269: SUSANNE KNOWLES - Mediterranean and Other Poems. (INSCRIBED AND WITH LETTERS)
ARC91714: RONALD KNOX (WRITING AS 'R.A.KNOX'). - Some Loose Stones. Being a Consideration of certain tendencies in Modern Theology Illustrated by Reference to the Book Called 'Foundations'.
BC14331: RONALD KNOX - Let Dons Delight. Being Variations on a Theme in an Oxford Common-Room.
BC12902: MARIUS KOCIEJOWSKI - The Street Philosopher and the Holy Fool. A Syrian Journey.
ARC91461: ARTHUR KOESTLER - Darkness at Noon. Translated from the German by the author's friend and intimate Daphne Hardy.
HAM90003: ERIC KORN - Remainders. From the Times Literary Supplement 1980-1989. (SIGNED)
15759: JERZY KOSINSKI - The Devil Tree.
19884: JOSEF KOUDELKA - Chaos
18182: G.KRISHNAMURTI. - The Eighteen-Nineties: A Literary Exhibition.
BC13518: MILAN KUNDERA - "Identity. Translated from the French of ""L'identitÚ"" by Linda Asger."
14532: HANIF KUREISHI - The Black Album. (SIGNED)
19036: WILHELM KURTH - "Die Raumkunst. I, Kupferstich des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts."
ARC91697: NANCY MITFORD. MADAME DE LAFEYETTE - The Princesse de ClÞves. A novel. Translated from the French and with a fifteen-page preface by Nancy Mitford.
JUL90221: WOLFGANG LAIB - The catalogue of a 1992 exhibition at the Douglas Hyde Gallery.
17302: CHARLES LAMB - The Letters of Charles Lamb. Edited with notes by George Woodcock.
BC11388: WILLIAM SANSOM. LYNTON LAMB. - Lord Love Us. With drawings by Lynton Lamb.
BC100211004: CARLO LEVI. LYNTON LAMB. - The Watch. Translated from the Italian by John Farrar.
KP90601: CHARLES LAMB - Mrs. Battle's Opinions on Whist. With illustrations by Roberta F.C.Waudby.
SPE90142: FLORA THOMPSON. LYNTON LAMB - Still Glides the Stream. With drawings by Lynton Lamb.
17877: "CONSTANT LAMBERT, ANDREW MOTION" - "The Lamberts. George, Constant & Kit. With illustrations."
BC12689: HENRY WILLIAMSON. LOIS LAMPLUGH - A Shadowed Man: Henry Williamson 18951977. With a foreword by Richard Williamson.
BC11734: HENRY WILLIAMSON. LOIS LAMPLUGH. - A Shadowed Man: Henry Williamson 18951977. With a foreword by Richard Williamson.
19660: JOHN LANCHESTER - The Debt to Pleasure
BC12483: JOHN LANCHESTER - Fragrant Harbour
BC12482: JOHN LANCHESTER - Mr. Phillips
BC13392: JOHN LANCHESTER - The Debt to Pleasure. (SIGNED)
19723: WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR - Imaginary Conversations. Selected and Introduced by R.H.Boothroyd. (SIGNED BY THE PUBLISHER)
19708: CHARLES LANE - British Racing Prints 1700-1940.
16982: GEORGE WOODCOCK. WILFRED LANG - Imagine the South. Poems. Cover-design and illustrations by Wilfred Lang.
19824: DOROTHEA LANGE. - Dorothea Lange. With text by Christopher Cox.
BUL90206: EDWIN LANHAM. - No Hiding Place.
BC13336: JOE R.LANSDALE - The Nightrunners. A novel. With an introduction by Dean R.Koontz and illustrations by Gregory Manchess. (INSCRIBED)
BC13334: JOE R.LANSDALE - Dead in the West. (INSCRIBED)
BC13331: JOE R.LANSDALE - Mucho Mojo. A Hap and Leonard novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC13335: JOE R.LANSDALE - Act of Love. (INSCRIBED)
BC13337: JOE R.LANSDALE - By Bizarre Hands. Stories. With an introduction by Lewis Shiner and illustrations by Mark A.Nelson. (INSCRIBED)
BC13332: JOE R.LANSDALE - The Two-Bear Mambo. A Hap and Leonard novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC13333: JOE R.LANSDALE - Bad Chili. Hap and Leonard novel. (SIGNED)
BC13862: CARLA LANYON LANYON - "contributes her poem 'Jane Austen (Buried in Winchester Cathedral)' to the fourth issue of the literary magazine The Abinger Chronicle. Vol. 1, No. 4, march 1940."
KP90349: RING LARDNER - You Know Me Al. A Busher's Letters. Edited and designed by Karen M. (Bloom) Elder and with a foreword by William P.Fuller III.
KP90653: PHILIP LARKIN - "High Windows. Poems,"
BC12814: PHILIP LARKIN - Two lengthy reviews of Philip Larkin's collection 'High Windows' by Humphrey Clucas and William Bedford are contributed to an issue of the periodical Agenda.
KP90638: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes the first printing of his poem 'Nothing to be Said' to an issue of the periodical The London Magazine.
KP90640: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes the first printing of his poem 'Sympathy in White Major' to an issue of the periodical London Magazine.
BC10154: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his poem 'Modesties' to an issue of the periodical Encounter. Edited by Stephen Spender & Melvin J.Lasky.
ARC91382: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes ten poems to the anthology Poetry from Oxford in Wartime. Edited by William Bell.
BC11395: PHILIP LARKIN. - Aubade / Fr³hmorgenlied. Translated into German by Richard Glabotki and with seven illustrations by Maximilian Perna. (SIGNED)
ARC90846: PHILIP LARKIN - The Less Deceived. Poems.
ARC91325: PHILIP LARKIN - The Whitsun Weddings. With illustrations by Robbie Burns.
ARC91383: PHILIP LARKIN - Femmes DamnÚes. A poem.
ARC91621: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes ten poems - all here making their first appearance in print - to the anthology Poetry from Oxford in Wartime. Edited by William Bell.
ARC91314: PHILIP LARKIN - "Further Requirements. Interviews, Broadcasts, Statements and Book Reviews. Edited and with an introduction by Anthony Thwaite. (INSCRIBED BY THE EDITOR)"
BC11197: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his poem 'Naturally the Foundation will Bear Your Expenses' to an issue of the periodical The Twentieth Century.
BC12796: PHILIP LARKIN - "is the subject of Christopher Miller's thirty-five page essay 'The Egotistical Banal, or Against Larkitudinising', which appears in an issue of the periodical Agenda."
BC12806: PHILIP LARKIN - Peter Ferguson contributes a thirteen-page essay 'Philip Larkin's XX Poems - The Missing Link' to an issue of the periodical Agenda.
ARC91220: PHILIP LARKIN - "Larkin at Sixty. Essays, poems and tributes. Edited by Anthony Thwaite."
BC11054: PHILIP LARKIN AND SEAMUS HEANEY - "contribute poems to the periodical Poetry Supplement for the Poetry Book Society, Christmas 1981. Compiled by Andrew Motion."
GAM900291: PHILIP LARKIN. - Philip Larkin. Letters to Monica. Edited by Anthony Thwaite.
ARC91608: PHILIP LARKIN - All What Jazz. A Record Diary 1961-68.
BC11579: PHILIP LARKIN - John Wain contributes his eleven-page essay 'Engagement or Withdrawal? Some Notes on the Work to Philip Larkin' to an issue of the periodical Critical Quarterly.
ARC91656: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes the first printing of his poem 'High Windows' to a special tenth anniversary double issue of the periodical Critical Quarterly.
BC13243: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes nine poems from his collection 'The Less Deceived' to the first issue of the anthology New Lines. Edited and with an eight page introduction by Robert Conquest.
ARC91129: STIEG LARSSON - "The Millennium Trilogy. Complete in three volumes comprising ""The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"", ""The Girl Who Played with Fire"" and ""The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest""."
JUL90422: BERNARD LASSUS - The Landscape Approach of Bernard Lassus: 2. Six essays. Translated from the French and with an introduction by Stephen Bann.
JUL90421: BERNARD LASSUS - "La Main Verte. The catalogue of a 1985 exhibition of works by Bernard Lassus at Coracle Gallery, London."
BC11888: HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC - Lautrec. A monograph. With text by Gilles de la Tourette.
19374: MARY LAVIN - The House in Clewe Street.
16762: JANKO LAVRIN - Ibsen and his Creation. A Psycho-Critical Study.
BC13303: PHILLIP LAW & JOHN B?CHERVAISE - Anare. Australia's Antarctic Outposts.
BC13381: MARGARET LAWRENCE - Blood Red Roses. (SIGNED)
ARC91623: T.E.LAWRENCE - Crusader Castles. Complete in two volumes comprising 'The Thesis' and 'The Letters'. With forewords by A.W.Lawrence and Mrs [Sarah] Lawrence.
ARC91125: T.E.LAWRENCE - Seven Pillars of Wisdom. A Triumph. (LIMITED EDITION)
17310: T.E.LAWRENCE - The Mint. Notes made in the RAF Depot 1922 and at Cadet College in 1925. Regrouped and copied in 1927 and 1928 at Karachi.
14537: T.E.LAWRENCE - "Aufstand in der Wuste. Translated into German and introduced by Dagobert von Mikusch. With a preface by Bernard Shaw (taken from a contribution to 'The Spectator'), and illustrated with four plates and a folding map."
14555: "T.E.LAWRENCE, R.P.BLACKMUR" - The Lion and the Honeycomb. Essays.
14560: "T.E.LAWRENCE, SELDEN RODMAN" - Lawrence: The Last Crusade. (A 'dramatic-narrative poem').
BC120110010: D.H.LAWRENCE. - Lady Chatterley's Lover. Including My Skirmish with Jolly Roger. Written Especially and Exclusively as an Introduction to this Popular Edition.
19123: "D.H.LAWRENCE, HERBERT J.SELIGMANN" - D.H.Lawrence. An American Interpretation.
ARC90916: T.E.LAWRENCE - The Mint. A Day-book of the R.A.F. Depot between August and December 1922. With later notes by 352087 A/c Ross (i.e. T.E.Lawrence).
14543: "T.E.LAWRENCE, ANTHONY NUTTING" - Lawrence of Arabia. The Man and the Motive. With illustrations.
BUL90186: C.H.ROLPH. [D.H.LAWRENCE]. - The Trial of Lady Chatterley. Regina vs. Penguin Books Limited. The transcript of the Trial edited by C.H.Rolph. With illustrations by Paul Hogarth.
ARC91366: D.H.LAWRENCE - The Paintings of D.H.Lawrence.
14548: "T.E.LAWRENCE, MARTIN BOOTH" - Dreaming of Samarkand. (A novel with T.E.Lawrence and James Elroy Flecker as major protagonists).
19695: T.E.LAWRENCE - Correspondence with Bernard and Charlotte Shaw. 1922-1926. Volume 1. Edited by Jeremy and Nicole Wilson.
17311: T.E.LAWRENCE - Lettres de T.E.Lawrence. (Text in French). A series of letters printed in the periodical Les Temps Modernes.
IMM90041: D.H.LAWRENCE. - The Way of the Dandelion. A tributary essay by Michael Adam with some recollections by Frieda Lawrence and twenty woodcuts by Barbara Whitehead.
EVES9039: D.H.LAWRENCE - "contributes 'Sea and Sardinia', an extract from his forthcoming travel book of the same name to an issue of the periodical The Dial."
ARC90034: T.E.LAWRENCE - "T.E.Lawrence to his Biographer Robert Graves [and] Liddell Hart. Information about himself, in the form of letters, notes, answers to questions and conversations. Edited with notes and critical commentaries by Robert Graves and B.H.Liddell Hart. (SIGNED L"
ARC90018: T.E.LAWRENCE - Men in Print. Essays in Literary Criticism. With an introduction by A.W.Lawrence.
19696: T.E.LAWRENCE - Correspondence with Bernard and Charlotte Shaw. 1927. Volume 2. Edited by Jeremy and Nicole Wilson.
ARC91636: T.E.LAWRENCE - "A Brief Record of the Advance of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force under the Command of General Sir Edmund H.H.Allenby, G.C.B., G.C.M.G. July 1917 to October 1918. Compiled from Official Sources."
IMM90040: D.H.LAWRENCE. - The Body of God. A sequence of forty-seven poems selected and arranged by Michael Adam with woodcuts by Barbara Whitehead.
ARC90299: T.E.LAWRENCE. - Letters to T.E.Lawrence. Edited and with a preface by A.W.Lawrence.
ARC91305: T.E.LAWRENCE - Secret Despatches from Arabia and Other Writings. Edited and with an introduction by Malcolm Brown. (INSCRIBED BY THE EDITOR)
19251: HENRY LAWSON. - Vignettes of the Western Front. Reflections of an Infantry Subaltern in France and Belgium 1917-1918.
BUL90302: EDWARD LEAR. - The New Vestments. With drawings by Arnold Lobel.
19261: EDWARD LEAR - "Edward Lear 1812-1888. The catalogue of a 1985 exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts. With text by Vivian Noakes, an essay by Jeremy Maas and an introduction by Sir Steve Runciman."
15773: JAMES LEASOR - The Strong Delusion.
BC14348: JAMES LEASOR - "A collection of eleven James Leasor books: 'Passport in Suspense', 'They Don't Make Them Like That Anymore', 'Never Had a Spanner on Her', 'Love-All', 'Follow the Drum', 'Mandarin Gold', 'Green Beach', 'Jade Gate', 'Boarding Party', 'The Unknown Warrior' "
BUL90169: LAURIE LEE. - I Can't Stay Long.
19558: LAURIE LEE - The Bloom of Candles. Verse from a Poet's Year.
BC12134: LAURIE LEE - Two Women. A Book of Words and Pictures. (SIGNED)
19201: SHERMAN E.LEE. - Japanese Decorative Style. Published to coincide with an exhibition of the same name at the Cleveland Museum of Art
ARC91320: CHRISTOPHER LEE - Under the Sun. Poems.
BC12904: HARPER LEE - Go Set a Watchman
12028: VERNON LEE - Laurus Nobilis. Chapters on Art and Life.
GAM00070: LAURIE LEE. - The Sun my Monument. Poems.
ARC91624: LAURIE LEE - Cider with Rosie. With drawings by John Ward.
KP90420: LAURIE LEE - The Firstborn. (SIGNED)
BC13504: LAURIE LEE - contributes 'Repeat Performance' (the first printing of this poem) to an issue of the literary journal Botteghe Oscure. Volume II.
BC12455: STEPHEN SPENDER. DAVID LEEMING - Stephen Spender. A Life in Modernism.
BC12588: EDWARD THOMAS. JOHN LEHMANN - Three Literary Friendships
18652: JOHN LEHMANN - John Lehmann. A Tribute. Edited by A.T.Tolley. (DELUXE ISSUE)
9922800: JOHN LEHMANN - I Am My Brother. Autobiography II.
14211: JOHN LEHMANN - The Age of the Dragon. Poems 1930-1951. (INSCRIBED)
BC13074: JOHN LEHMANN. - The Reader at Night and Other Poems. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC11252: RUPERT BROOKE. JOHN LEHMANN. - Rupert Brooke. His Life and His Legend.
ARC90818: JOHN LEHMANN - Photograph.
16771: JOHN LEHMANN - Ancestors and Friends.
ARC90632: EDWARD BAWDEN. DELL LEIGH. - "East Coasting. With a magnificent colour title-page design by Edward Bawden, plus eight colour headpiece drawings, several colour headpiece decorations and numerous black and white decorations (headpieces and tailpieces) also by Bawden."
BC12609: CLARE LEIGHTON - "An Exhibition: American Sheaves, English Seed Corn. The catalogue of circa-1977 exhibition at the Boston Public Library."
BUL90452: HAROLD LEIGHTON - From Salon to Celebrity. The British Hairdressing Story. Lavishly illustrated with photographs. (SIGNED)
18653: JOACHIM G.LEITHUSER - Worlds Beyond the Horizon. Translated from the German by Hugh Merrick. With illustrations.
BC13750: EDWARD G.LENGEL - "To Conquer Hell. The Battle of Meuse-Argonne, 1918."
18654: HENRY F.LENNING - "The Art Nouveau. With 54 plates, also notes and bibliography."
BC14359: JOHN LENNON - A Tribute to John Lennon 1940-1980.
99512: GIACOMO DA LENTINO - "The Poetry of Giacomo da Lentino, Sicilian Poet of the Thirteenth Century. Edited by Ernest F.Langley."
ARC91467: ELMORE LEONARD - Unknown Man No. 89.
ARC91466: ELMORE LEONARD - Fifty-Two Pick Up.
13212: DORIS LESSING - A special Doris Lessing issue of the periodical Contemporary Literature.
ARC91312: DORIS LESSING - The Golden Notebook.
ARC91341: DORIS LESSING - This Was the Old Chiefs Country. Stories.
ARC91026: "DORIS LESSING, DAN JACOBSON, PATRICK WILSON, MORDECAI RICHLER, BRIAN BEHAN AND J.P.DONLEAVY" - contribute essays to the symposium Alienation. Edited by Timothy O'Keeffe.
SPE90175: DORIS LESSING - "contributes a four-page essay on sufism, 'In the World, Not of it', to an issue of the periodical Encounter."
BC11594: "DORIS LESSING, COLIN WILSON AND JOHN OSBORNE" - are amongst the eight contributors to the polemical anthology Declaration. Edited and with an introduction by Tom Maschler.
BUL90108: KATHY LETTE - Nip 'n' Tuck. (SIGNED)
19826: RANDAL LEVENSON - "In Search of the Monkey Girl. 33 photographs, with text by the artist and stories by performance artist Spalding Gray."
18782: RANDAL LEVENSON - "In Search of the Monkey Girl. 33 photographs, with text by the artist and stories by performance artist Spalding Gray."
ARC91453: DAVID JONES. PETER LEVI. - "In Memory of David Jones. The text of a sermon delivered in Westminster Cathedral at the Solemn Requiem for the poet and painter, David Jones, on 13 December 1974."
JUL90333: JOHN PIPER. ORDE LEVINSON. - Quality and Experiment. The Prints of John Piper. A Catalogue RaisonnÚ 1923-91. With a preface by Myfanwy Piper.
JH900041: AUGUSTE RODIN. MARY L.LEVKOFF. - "Rodin in his Time. The catalogue of a major American collection of sculpture, The Cantor Gifts to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art."
BUL90366: MICHAEL BENNETT-LEVY. - Historic Televisions and Video Recorders.
BC13501: ANDREA LEVY - Small Island.
BC13945: ANDREA LEVY - Small Island. (SIGNED)
BC11565: SILVANO LEVY. - Surrealism. Surrealist Visuality. Edited and with an introduction by Silvano Levy.
19895: A.J.LEWERY - Popular Art Past and Present
ARC91411: MICHAEL Z.LEWIN - Ask the Right Question.
ARC90556: C.S.LEWIS. - English Literature in the Sixteenth Century excluding Drama.
ARC90196: C.DAY-LEWIS. - Beechen Vigil and Other Poems.
BC10050: C.DAY-LEWIS - contributes his poem 'A Privileged Moment' to an issue of the periodical The Poetry Review.
15779: OSCAR LEWIS - A Death in the Sanchez Family.
BC12996: C.DAY LEWIS - Selected Poems. (INSCRIBED)
99646: WYNDHAM LEWIS - his Writings: Partially Annotated Bibliography. Compiled anonymously.
ARC91755: C.S.LEWIS. - The Weight of Glory.
BC13145: C.DAY LEWIS - Overtures to Death and other poems. (SIGNED)
99284: ALUN LEWIS - Ha! Ha! Among the Trumpets. Poems in Transit. With a foreword by Robert Graves.
GAM00098: C.DAY LEWIS. - Collected Poems 1929-1936.
ARC90614: WYNDHAM LEWIS - Enemy of the Stars. A play and an essay.
ARC91752: C.DAY LEWIS (WRITING AS CECIL DAY-LEWIS) - "contributes his poems 'Dream Make'r, 'Sanctuary', 'Once in Arcady' and 'A Forest Piece' to the anthology Ten Singers."
KP90531: NORMAN LEWIS - A Goddess in the Stones. Travels in India.
ARC91589: ALUN LEWIS AND JOHN PETTS - Caseg Broadsheet No. 1.
GAM00097: C.DAY LEWIS. - Poems 1943-1947.
15780: OSCAR LEWIS - The Children of Sanchez. Autobiography of a Mexican Family.
ARC90857: C.S.LEWIS. - Beyond the Bright Blur.
ARC91088: WYNDHAM LEWIS - The Caliph's Design. Architects! Where is your Vortex?
14078: SINCLAIR LEWIS - Work of Art. A novel.
ARC91558: C.S.LEWIS - Essays on Malory. Edited by J.A.W.Bennett.
19387: ALUN LEWIS - In the Green Tree. Hitherto uncollected stories and a selection from his letters. With drawings by John Petts.
EVES9005: WYNDHAM LEWIS - contributes his fourteen-page short story 'Sigismund' and also his drawing 'The Women Student' to an issue of the periodical Art and Letters.
EVES9032: WYNDHAM LEWIS - "edits and contributes several essays to the second and final issue of the periodical The Tyro. A Review of the Arts of Painting, Sculpture and Design."
EVES9089: WYNDHAM LEWIS - The Enemy. Number 3. A Review of Art and Literature. Edited by Wyndham Lewis.
EVES9081: WYNDHAM LEWIS - A special Wyndham Lewis double-issue of the periodical Twentieth Century Verse. [Edited by Julian Symons].
BC14050: ARTHUR LEWIS - Thirty Rhymes.
BC14049: ARTHUR LEWIS - Days of Old Rome. Poems. With illustrations by Edith Calvert.
BC13247: C.DAY LEWIS - The Graveyard by the Sea. Translated by Day-Lewis from the French of Paul ValÚry's 'Le CimetiÞre Marin'. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC13997: WYNDHAM LEWIS - Unlucky for Pringle. Unpublished and Other Stories. Edited and introduced by C.J.Fox and Robert T.Chapman.
ARC91724: C.DAY LEWIS - Transitional Poem.
GAM00155: C.DAY LEWIS. - Country Comets. Poems.
19716: WYNDHAM LEWIS. - Wyndham Lewis on Art. Collected Writings 1913-1956. With introduction and notes by Walter Michel & C.J.Fox.
ARC91668: BENJAMIN WILLIAMS LEADER. FRANK LEWIS. - "Benjamin Williams Leader, R.A. 1831-1923. A monograph. (INSCRIBED)"
ARC91669: MYLES BIRKET FOSTER. FRANK LEWIS. - Myles Birket Foster 1825-1899. A monograph. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91670: FRANK LEWIS. - To Fertile Vales and Dewy Meads. An illustrated anthology compiled by F.Lewis. (INSCRIBED)
BC12371: WYNDHAM LEWIS - Drawings and Watercolours 1910-1920. The catalogue of a 1983 Anthony d'Offay exhibition.
BC14185: C.DAY LEWIS - "Selected Poems. Edited and with an introduction by Jill Balcon. (INSCRIBED BY THE EDITOR, WITH ALS)"
ARC91694: C.S.LEWIS - They Stand Together. The Letters of C.S.Lewis to Arthur Greeves (1914-1963). Edited and with a lengthy introduction by Walter Hooper.
BC13252: ARTHUR LEWIS - Ways of Verse [and] The Pursuit of Beauty. Poems.
ARC91686: C.S.LEWIS. - The Literary Impact of the Authorised Version.
BUL90364: SULAMITH W?LFING. - The Fantastic Art of Sulamith W³lfing. Edited by David Larkin and with an introduction by Michael Folz.
KP90566: ISAAC ROSENBERG. JEAN LIDDIARD - Isaac Rosenberg: The Half Used Life.
BC13751: PETER LIDDLE - Men of Gallipoli. The Dardanelles and Gallipoli Experience August 1914 to January 1916.
BC13874: PETER H.LIDDLE - The Sailor's War 1914-18 [and] The Airman's War 1914-18 [and] The Soldier's War 1914-18.
JUL90396: HENRY MOORE. WILLIAM S.LIEBERMAN. - Henry Moore. Sixty Years of his Art. Published to accompany a major retrospective exhibition at the Metropolis Museum.
19616: EDDIE LINDEN - "Eddie's Own Aquarius. A festschrift to celebrate the seventieth birthday of the poet, and founder and editor of the poetry periodical 'Aquarius'. Compiled and edited by Constance Short and Tony Carroll."
16774: EDDIE LINDEN - City of Razors and Other Poems.
BC12949: GREVEL LINDOP - Fools' Paradise. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC12855: GREVEL LINDOP - Tourists. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC14347: OLIVER LINDSAY AND JOHN R.HARRIS - The Battle for Hong Kong 1941-1945. Hostage to Fortune. Incorporating the memoirs of John R.Harris and with a foreword by Field Marshall Lord Bramall. (SIGNED)
15029: JACK LINDSAY - The Roaring Twenties. Literary Life in Sydney New South Wales in the Years 1921-6.
13567: PHILIP LINDSAY - Ruffians Hall. With illustrations.
991192: MAURICE LINDSAY - Thank You for Having Me. [An autobiography].
19862: "JEAN LIPMAN, HELEN M.FRANC" - Bright Stars. American Painting and Sculpture since 1776. With an introduction by John I.H.Baur.
BC12130: ALBERT COUSINS. RAYMOND LISTER. - The Illuminator. A Tribute to Albert Cousins. (INSCRIBED)
9922498: ADAM LIVELY - Blue Fruit.
BC13913: PENELOPE LIVELY. - Spiderweb. A novel. (SIGNED)
15782: PENELOPE LIVELY - Passing On.
BC11997: PENELOPE LIVELY - Pack of Cards. Stories 1978-1986. (INSCRIBED)
BC13912: PENELOPE LIVELY. - Heat Wave. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC13709: THOMAS LIVINGSTONE - Tommy's War. A First World War Diary 1913-1918. Edited by Ronnie Scott and with a foreword by Andrew Marr.
BC13687: ADMIRAL GEORG VON M?LLER - "The Kaiser and His Court. The Diaries, Note Books and Letters of Admiral Georg Alexander von M³ller, Chief of the Naval Cabinet, 1914-1918. Selected and edited by Walter G÷rlitz."
BC13590: MARIO VARGAS LLOSA - The Time of the Hero. Translated from the Spanish of 'La Ciudad y los Perros' by Lysander Kemp.
BUL90394: MARIO VARGAS LLOSA. - The Perpetual Orgy.
JUL90400: A.J.LLOYD. - Coaldust Ballads. Compiled by A.L.Lloyd.
JH301109001: ALISON LLOYD. - The Painter in Glass. Edited by Alison Lloyd
BC11636: MAJOR PERCIVAL ST LAWRENCE LLOYD - The Wood of Death and Beyond. First World War Recollections. Edited by R.J.Lloyd. (INSCRIBED)
99550: WILLIAM GODWIN. DON LOCKE - A Fantasy of Reason. The Life and Thought of William Godwin. With illustrations.
GAM900294: FREDERICK LOCKER - London Lyrics.
BC13627: T.E.LAWRENCE. J.N.LOCKMAN. - Meinertzhagen's Diary Ruse. False Entries on T.E.Lawrence.
ARC90961: DAVID LODGE - Home Truths. A novella. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC91571: E.J.SULLIVAN. THOMAS LODGE. - "Rosalynde. Euphues Golden Legacie, found after his death in his Cell at Silexedra Bequeathed to Philautus sonnes, nursed up with their father in England. Fetcht from the Canaries by T.L.Gent. With ten full-page black and white drawings by E.J.Sullivan. ("
ARC90841: DAVID LODGE - The Picturegoers. A novel.
19383: OLIVER LODGE - "Demonstrated Survival: Its Influence on Science, Philosophy and Religion."
ARC91015: DAVID LODGE - "contributes his three-page story 'Incident on a Bus', apparently his first published fiction, to an issue of New Phineas. The Magazine of University College London."
19715: DAVID LODGE - Paradise News. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC90771: DAVID LODGE - The Picturegoers. A novel.
17900: CHRISTOPHER LOGUE - Logue's A B C. Poems.
BC13898: KENNETH A.LOHF - Moon and Sun. Poems. With wood engravings by Antonio Frasconi.
BC12886: MARION LOMAX - The Peepshow Girl. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC13567: MICHAEL LONGLEY - An Exploded View. Poems 1968-1972. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91542: MICHAEL LONGLEY - No Continuing City. Poems 1963-1968.
ARC91318: MICHAEL LONGLEY - The Echo Gate. Poems 1975-1979. (SIGNED)
19775: T.E.LAWRENCE. HENDRIK VAN LOON - "Van Loon on the Air. Broadcasts delivered by Hendrik Willem Van Loon From The Studio of the National Broadcasting Company, Radio City, New York"
19126: "FEDERICO GARCIA LORCA, EDWIN HONIG" - Garcia Lorca.
BC11318: YOSEFA LOSHITZKY. - Spielberg's Holocaust. Critical Perspectives on Schindler's List. Edited by Yosefa Loshitzky.
991773: PETER LOVESEY - Rough Cider.
991774: PETER LOVESEY - Bertie and the Tinman. From the Detective Memoirs of King Edward VII.
BC13126: EDWARD LOWBURY - Daylight Astronomy. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC14067: EDWARD LOWBURY - Physic Meet and Metaphysic. A Celebration for Edward Lowbury on his Eightieth Birthday. Edited by Yann Lovelock.
BC14066: EDWARD LOWBURY - Selected and New Poems 1935-1989.
KP90618: ROBERT LOWELL - A thirty-nine page interview with Robert Lowell (part of the regular 'The Art of Poetry series') features in an issue of the periodical The Paris Review.
KP90620: ROBERT LOWELL - contributes his poem 'For Theodore Roethke' to an issue of the quarterly periodical Partisan Review.
99520: MICHEL DE MONTAIGNE. M.E.LOWNDES. - Michel de Montaigne. A Biographical Study.
KP90646: L.S.LOWRY - "contributes three drawings, one titled 'Father & Son' and the other two untitled to an issue of the periodical London Magazine."
BC12267: MALCOLM LOWRY - "contributes his poems 'Comfort', 'Mercy of Fire' and 'Death of a Oaxaquenian' to an issue of the periodical The Paris Review."
BC11061: L.S.LOWRY. - L.S.Lowry. A monograph published to accompany the artists' centenary exhibition at the Salford Art Gallery. Edited by Michael Leber and Judith Sandling.
BC12895: RUPERT LOYDELL - Ballads of the Alone.
BC12854: ROBERT M.LOYDELL - World of Wonder. Poems. (SIGNED)
99615: FRANCIS EDWARDS LTD. - Eighteenth Century England. A sale catalogue of books and autographs.
19894: LIEUT-COLONEL JOHN LUARD - History of the Dress of the British Soldier from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. (PROOF)
BC12863: JOHN LUCAS - One for the Piano. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BUL90558: JAMES LUNT - Jai Sixth! The Story of the 6th Queen Elizabeth's Own Gurkha Rifles 1817-1994.
BUL90513: ALDO LUONGO - Aldo Luongo. Romance on Canvas. Twenty-Five Years. (SIGNED)
BC11998: ALISON LURIE - Only Children. A novel.
19679: ALISON LURIE - Real People
BC11911: ALEXIS LYKIARD - Strange Alphabet. (INSCRIBED)
BC11999: ALEXIS LYKIARD - Skeleton Keys. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC12000: ALEXIS LYKIARD - Unholy Empires. Various Verses Versus. (INSCRIBED)
GAM00285: MAX BEERBOHM. BOHUN LYNCH. - Max Beerbohm in Perspective. With a Prefatory Letter from Max and twenty plates.
19547: GEORGE PLATT LYNES - George Platt Lynes: Photographs from The Kinsey Institute. With an introduction by Bruce Weber and two essays by James Crump.
SPE90152: DAVID LYTTON - The Goddam White Man. (INSCRIBED)
BC10089: MACAULAY. - A special Macaulay issue of the periodical A Review of English Literature. Edited by A.Norman Jeffares.
BC13516: ROSE MACAULAY - Orphan Island.
ARC90253: E.M.FORSTER. ROSE MACAULAY. - The Writings of E.M.Forster.
ARC91163: GEORGE MACBETH - A War Quartet. Poems.
ARC91235: GEORGE MACBETH - Lectures to the Trainees. Poems.
ARC90746: "ANTHOLOGY. GEORGE MACBETH, GAVIN EWART, FLEUR ADCOCK, IAN ROBINSON, ANDREW WATERMAN, FARIDA MAJID, FELIKS TOPOLSKI." - Thursday Evening Anthology. Edited by Farida Majid and with drawings by Feliks Topolski. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC13089: GEORGE MACBETH - The Burning Cone. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC10073: NORMAN MACCAIG - contributes his poem 'Romantic Sunset' to an issue of the periodical A Review of English Literature. Edited by A.Norman Jeffares.
ARC90819: NORMAN MACCAIG - Midnights.
19783: J.A.MACCULLOCH - The Childhood of Fiction. A Study of Folk Tales and Primitive Thought
ARC91203: HUGH MACDIARMID - Penny Wheep. Poems.
16783: HUGH MACDIARMID - Selected Poems. Edited by R.Crombie Saunders.
ARC91239: HUGH MACDIARMID - A Kist of Whistles. Poems.
KP90532: HUGH MACDIARMID - An issue of the periodical Akros devoted to Hugh MacDiarmid on his eightieth birthday. Edited by Duncan Glen.
16784: HUGH MACDIARMID - "Living Scottish Poets. An anthology. Edited by C.M.Grieve [""Hugh MacDiarmid""]."
19214: HUGH MACDIARMID. - A special double-issue of the periodical Agenda devoted to Hugh MacDiarmid and Scottish poetry. Edited by William Cookson in collaboration with Tom Scott.
BC11497: HUGH MACDIARMID. - Hugh MacDiarmid. The catalogue of a 1967 exhibition held at the National Library of Scotland to celebrate the poet's seventy-fifth birthday. With a preface by R.S.Thomas.
ARC91081: KENNETH MILLAR [I.E. ROSS MACDONALD]. - Blue City.
DZY161009022: WILSON MACDONALD - Out of the Wilderness. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
ARC90689: JOHN COLLIER. ALLAN ROSS MACDOUGALL. - "The Gourmets Almanac. Wherein is set down, month by month, recipes for Strange and Exotic Dishes with divers considerations anent with the cooking and the eating thereof, together with the Feast days and the fast days and many proverbs from many lands. Ed"
19793: GEORGE MACHADO - Masculine
11828: "ARTHUR MACHEN, HENRY WILLIAMSON, ALEC WAUGH, D B WYNDHAM LEWIS, HILAIRE BELLOC, C R W NEVINSON" - The Book of Fleet Street. Edited by T.Michael Pope. With illustrations.
BC13938: W.J.T.COLLINS. ARTHUR MACHEN - "The Romance of the Echoing Wood. With an introduction, 'Romance and Reality', by Arthur Machen, an epilogue by William Henry Davies and delightful decorations by E.Fred Powell. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)"
BC11813: ARTHUR MACHEN - [The Heptameron]. The Fortunate Lovers. Twenty-Seven Novels of the Queen of Navarre [in fact Twenty-Eight]. Translated from the French by Arthur Machen. Edited and with notes by A.Mary F.Robinson. With an original tissue-guarded frontispiece etching by G.
ARC91264: ARTHUR MACHEN (WRITING AS 'LEOLINUS SILURIENSIS'). - "The Anatomy of Tobacco; or Smoking Methodised, Divided, and Considered after a New Fashion."
17903: COLIN MACINNES - Westward to Laughter.
17902: COLIN MACINNES - Sweet Saturday Night. (An evocation of the music hall).
KP90522: COLIN MACINNES - All Day Saturday.
KP90450: SHENA MACKAY - Dust Falls on Eugene Schlumburger / Toddler on the Run.
15788: COMPTON MACKENZIE - Prince Charlie. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91745: GEORGE MACKLEY. - Wood Engraver. Edited by Lewis H.Green. (WITH A CHRISTMAS CARD AND A NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR LAID-IN)
ARC91575: FRANK BRANGWYN. W.R.MACKLIN AND H.A.RIGBY. - The Decorative Paintings in Christs Hospital Chapel 1913-1923.
BC14104: BERNARD MACLAVERTY - Grace Notes. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91693: "SORLEY MACLEAN, GEORGE CAMPBELL HAY, WILLIAM NEILL AND STUART MACGREGOR." - "Four Points of a Saltire. The Poetry of Sorley MacLean, George Campbell Hay, William Neill and Stuart MacGregor. (SIGNED)"
BUL90259: SIR GEORGE MACMUNN. - The Crimea in Perspective.
BC12393: LOUIS MACNEICE - Dennis O'Driscoll contributes a review of Louis MacNiece's 'Selected Poems' to a special Irish issue of the periodical Poetry Review.
ARC060110022: LOUIS MACNEICE - Meet the U.S. Army. Prepared for the Board of Education by the Ministry of Information.
BC12297: LOUIS MACNEICE - contributes a four-page piece 'Scripts Wanted!' to the BBC Year Book 1947.
ARC90856: LOUIS MACNEICE - Blind Fireworks. Poems.
17340: LOUIS MACNEICE - Meet the U.S. Army. Prepared for the Board of Education by the Ministry of Information.
BC13253: LOUIS MACNEICE - Holes in the Sky. Poems 1944-1947. (INSCRIBED)
RB90043: LOUIS MACNEICE - "Goethe's Faust. Parts I and II. An abridged version, translated by Louis MacNeice."
RB90089: LOUIS MACNEICE. - "is the subject of the lengthy essay ""Louis MacNeice and the 'Dark Conceit'"" by Terence Brown contributed to an issue of the periodical Ariel. A Review of International English Literature."
ARC91543: LOUIS MACNEICE - Poems.
BC11955: LOUIS MACNEICE - contributes translations of two Louis Aragon poems ('The Lilacs and the Roses' and 'The Unoccupied Zone') to the third issue of the anthology New Writing and Daylight. Summer 1943. Edited by John Lehmann.
SPE90179: LOUIS MACNEICE - contributes the first printing of his poem 'Solitary Travel' to an issue of the periodical Encounter
BC12385: LOUIS MACNEICE - Tom Paulin contributes a five-page review of MacNeice's 'Collected Poems' to an issue of the periodical Poetry Review.
EVES9043: LOUIS MACNEICE - contributes the first printing of his poem 'Valediction: An Eclogue' to an issue of the periodical Life and Letters.
RB90017: LOUIS MACNEICE - "Christopher Columbus. A radio play. With a thirteen-page introduction, 'Some Comments on Radio Drama', by the author."
RB90020: LOUIS MACNEICE - Out of the Picture. A play in two acts.
BC12533: LOUIS MACNEICE - Visitations. Poems
BC11055: LOUIS MACNEICE - contributes his essay 'India at First Sight' to the broadcast anthology B.B.C. Features. Edited by Laurence Gilliam.
ARC91483: LOUIS MACNEICE - The Earth Compels. Poems.
RB90019: LOUIS MACNEICE - The Agamemnon of Aeschylus. Translated and introduced by Louis MacNeice.
BC11616: LOUIS MACNEICE. - "Broken Windows or Thinking Aloud, a hitherto unpublished essay by MacNeice, features in an issue of the journal Poetry Review."
BC12001: BRUNO MADDOX. - My Little Blue Dress. A novel.
GAM00186: W.B.YEATS. BRENDA MADDOX. - George's Ghosts. A New Life of W.B.Yeats.
19784: LAURIE MAGNUS - English Literature in its Foreign Relations 1300 to 1800.
BUL90621: VIRGINIA WOOLF. NAJMA MAHMOOD - Virginia Woolf's Concept of Perfect Man. An Exploration in Comparative Literature. (INSCRIBED)
BC11790: SURREALISM. ALYCE MAHON. - Surrealism and the Politics of Eros 1938-1968.
BC13239: DEREK MAHON - The Sea in Winter. [a poem]. With a single full-page illustration by Timothy Engelland. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC12380: DEREK MAHON - Sean O'Brien contributes a three-page review of Derek Mahon's 'Selected Poems' to a double-issue of the periodical Poetry Review.
BC12457: V.R.MAIN. - A Woman With No Clothes On. A novel.
SPE90083: ALLAN MALLINSON - A Call to Arms. A Matthew Hervey novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC13854: ALLAN MALLINSON - Man of War. A Matthew Hervey novel. (SIGNED)
BUL90619: AGATHA CHRISTIE MALLOWAN - Star Over Bethlehem and other stories. With two-colour decorations by Elsie Wrigley.
12046: DAVID MALOUF - Child's Play [and] The Bread of Time to Come. Two novellas.
BC12560: ANDR? MALRAUX - The Walnut Trees of Altenburg.
19658: DAVID MAMET - Make-Believe Town. Essays and Remembrances
19672: DAVID MAMET - The Village. A novel.
KP90655: H.A.MANHOOD - Lunatic Broth and other stories.
BC11859: H.A.MANHOOD. - Sunday Bugles. Stories
BC11854: H.A.MANHOOD. - Bread and Vinegar. A story. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC10143: THOMAS MANN. - "Twelve letters by Thomas Mann, newly translated by Ralph Mannheim, and including correspondence with his brother, playwright Herbert Eulenberg, novelist Josef Ponten, Nobel prize winners Gerhart Hauptmann and Albert Einstein, his French translator Louise "
991780: "THOMAS MANN, JAMES CLEUGH" - Thomas Mann. A Study. (The first English-language study of Mann).
11521: THOMAS MANN - Joseph in Egypt. Translated from the German by H.T.Lowe-Porter.
BC11793: ANGELICA KAUFFMANN. LADY VICTORIA MANNERS AND DR. G.C.WILLIAMSON. - "Angelica Kauffmann, R.A. Her Life and Works."
BUL90162: MANNING COLES [I.E. ADELAIDE FRANCES OKE MANNING AND CYRIL HENRY COLES]. - Not Negotiable.
ARC91698: OLIVIA MANNING - The Remarkable Expedition. The Story of Stanley's Rescue of Emin Pasha from Equatorial Africa.
19950: OLIVIA MANNING - The Rain Forest. A novel.
EVES9027: HUGO MANNING - The It and The Odyssey of Henry Miller. An essay. (INSCRIBED)
BC12073: HUGO MANNING - Madame Lola. (INSCRIBED)
BUL90112: KATHERINE MANSFIELD. - The Garden Party and other stories.
ARC91705: KATHERINE MANSFIELD - The Dove's Nest and Other Stories.
BC11271: ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE. - Altars. Edited and designed by Mark Holborn and Dimitri Levas and with an essay by Edmund White
KP90222: WALTER DE LA MARE. - O Lovely England and other poems.
9922508: "R.L.MEGROZ. [WALTER DE LA MARE, D.H.LAWRENCE, OSBERT SITWELL, MARTIN ARMSTRONG & L.A.G.STRONG]" - Five Novelist Poets of To-day.
ARC91242: RUPERT BROOKE. WALTER DE LA MARE. - Rupert Brooke and the Intellectual Imagination. A lecture.
99147: WALTER DE LA MARE. - The Veil and other poems.
ARC90215: WALTER DE LA MARE AND HAROLD JONES. - This Year: Next Year. Poems by Walter de la Mare delightfully illustrated in colour by Harold Jones
BUL90258: WALTER DE LA MARE. - A Beginning and other stories.
19191: "VICTOR MARGOLIN, IRA BRICHTA AND VIVIAN BRICHTA" - The Promise and the Product. 200 years of American Advertising Posters.
BC12994: THOMAS PENROSE MARKS - The Laughter Goes from Life. In the Trenches of the First World War.
13578: GEORGE MARKSTEIN - The Cooler.
16460: "LOUIS MARLOW. (JOHN COWPER POWYS, T.F.POWYS AND LLEWELYN POWYS)" - Welsh Ambassadors. Powys Lives and Letters. With illustrations.
BC14245: LOUIS MARLOW - Seven Friends.
BC13221: ALFRED MARNAU - New Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC13220: ALFRED MARNAU - Death of the Cathedral. Translated from the German of 'Der tod der Kathedrale' by Ernst Sigler. (INSCRIBED)
BC151109002: FRED MARNAU. - The Wounds of the Apostles. Poems. Translated from the German by Ernst Sigler.
BC14041: FRED MARNAU - The Wounds of the Apostles. Poems. Translated from the German by Ernst Sigler. (INSCRIBED)
9922507: GABRIEL GARCIA MARQUEZ - The Story of a Shipwrecked Sailor. Translated from the Spanish by Randolph Hogan.
BC14121: PETER MARREN AND JOHN CARTER - The Observer's Book of Observer's Books. (INSCRIBED)
ARC90772: IRIS MURDOCH. [EDWARD MARSH]. - Sartre. Romantic Rationalist.
BC11490: YANN MARTEL - Beatrice and Virgil. (SIGNED)
BC13829: YANN MARTEL - Life of Pi.
17905: KENNETH MARTIN - Aubade.
ARC90941: GEORGE R.R.MARTIN - A Storm of Swords. The third volume of the author's 'A Song of Fire and Ice' sequence. (SIGNED)
ARC90942: GEORGE R.R.MARTIN - A Feast for Crows. The fourth volume of the author's 'A Song of Fire and Ice' sequence.
ARC90943: GEORGE R.R.MARTIN - A Feast for Crows. The fourth volume of the author's 'A Song of Fire and Ice' sequence. (INSCRIBED)
ARC90944: GEORGE R.R.MARTIN - A Dance with Dragons. The fifth volume of the author's 'A Song of Fire and Ice' sequence.
ARC90543: JOHN MASEFIELD - The Midnight Folk. A novel.
ARC91706: JOHN MASEFIELD - The Box of Delights or When the Wolves were Running.
BC050910009: JOHN MASEFIELD - The Trial of Jesus. A play. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC91610: JOHN MASEFIELD - The Box of Delights or When the Wolves were Running.
KP90261: JOHN MASEFIELD. - The Midnight Folk. A novel.
ARC91427: JOHN MASEFIELD - "The Old Front Line, or The Beginning of the Battle of the Somme."
BC14208: JOHN MASEFIELD - Shopping in Oxford. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC91723: A.E.W.MASON - The House of the Arrow.
ARC91647: FORTNUM AND MASON - Fortnum & Mason's 219th Christmas List to an Edified World.
BC14219: JOHN MASTERS - "Loss of Eden trilogy. Complete in three volumes comprising 'Now, God be Thanked', 'Heart of War' and 'By the Green of the Spring'."
19764: WYNDHAM LEWIS. TIMOTHY MATERER - Wyndham Lewis the Novelist
BC12969: ROLAND MATHIAS - The Flooded Valley.
BC12970: ROLAND MATHIAS - Absalom in the Tree and other poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC12967: ROLAND MATHIAS - Days Enduring. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC12968: ROLAND MATHIAS - Break in Harvest and other poems.
BC12971: ROLAND MATHIAS - Snipe's Castle. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC11500: HENRI MATISSE. - Etchings 1900-1937. The catalogue of a 1996 exhibition at the Alan Cristea Gallery.
JUL90358: HENRI MATISSE. - "The catalogue of a 1980 exhibition of drawings, sculptures and books at the Fundaci¾n Juan March, Madrid."
19754: NAOKO MATSUBARA - Kyoto Woodcuts. With one SIGNED woodcut.
18131: CHRISTOPHER ADAMS. JOHN R.MATTHEWS - The Worst English Poets. Compiled by Christopher Adams. and with decorations by John R.Matthews.
BC11382: HENRY WILLIAMSON. HUGOE MATTHEWS - Henry Williamson. A Bibliography.
BC12879: JOHN MATTHIAS - New Selected Poems.
18684: PETER MATTHIESSEN - Sand Rivers. With photographs by Hugo van Lawick.
ARC91062: PETER MATTHIESSEN - The Cloud Forest. A Chronicle of the South American Wilderness.
BC070109007: ROBIN MAUGHAM. - The Corridor. (INSCRIBDED)
ARC91189: ROBIN MAUGHAM - The Servant. A novella.
ARC91568: W.SOMERSET MAUGHAM. - Liza of Lambeth.
BC11595: ANDR? MAUROIS. - A Voyage to the Island of the Articoles. Translated from the French by David Garnett and with four superb wood engraved plates by Edward Carrick (the son of Edward Gordon Craig).
19837: WILLIAM HAMILTON MAXWELL. - The Field Book of Sports and Pastimes of the British Islands
BC14226: JOHN COWPER POWYS. ELLEN MAYNE. - The New Mythology of John Cowper Powys.
ARC91715: ROBERT MCALMON - Explorations.
9922503: ED MCBAIN - The Sentries. (PROOF)
KP90397: ANGUS MCBEAN - Vivien. A Love Affair in Camera. Edited by Adrian Woodhouse.
ARC91171: ANNE MCCAFFREY - Decision at Doona.
BC11032: COLUM MCCANN. - Zoli. A novel.
BC12630: COLUM MCCANN - Transatlantic. (SIGNED)
16782: MARY MCCARTHY - A Charmed Life.
18669: MARY MCCARTHY - Sights and Spectacles. Theatre Chronicles 1937-1958.
ARC90629: CORMAC MCCARTHY - "The Border Trilogy. Complete in three volumes comprising 'All the Pretty Horses', 'The Crossing' and 'Cities of the Plain'."
ARC91408: CORMAC MCCARTHY - Outer Dark. A novel.
14010: "ALBERT MCCARTHY, (EDITOR)" - Jazzbook 1947. With photographs.
ARC91409: CORMAC MCCARTHY - Child of God. A novel.
BC14148: CORMAC MCCARTHY - No Country for Old Men.
11002: JAMES MCCLURE - Cop World. Policing the Streets of San Diego.
BUL90455: CHARLES MCCORMAC - You'll Die in Singapore.
BC210110002: FRANK MCCOURT - Angela's Ashes. A Memoir of Childhood.
BC13329: CARSON MCCULLERS - contributes 'Clock Without Hands' (the first printing of this twenty-three page story) to an issue of the literary journal Botteghe Oscure XI.
RB90057: DON MCCULLIN - Sleeping With Ghosts. A Life's Work in Photography. With an introduction by Mark Haworth-Booth.
GAM00056: EVELYN WAUGH. JACQUELINE MCDONNELL. - Waugh on Women.
KP90083: IAN MCEWAN - A Child in Time. A novel.
BC12478: IAN MCEWAN - The Comfort of Strangers. A novel.
BC13827: IAN MCEWAN - Atonement.
ARC91416: IAN MCEWAN - In Between the Sheets and other stories.
BC13992: IAN MCEWAN - On Chesil Beach. (SIGNED)
BC11582: IAN MCEWAN - Amsterdam.
KP90574: JOHN MCGAHERN - That They May Face the Rising Sun. A novel.
KP90573: JOHN MCGAHERN - Amongst Women. A novel.
BC12784: ROGER MCGOUGH - The Way Things Are. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC13100: ROGER MCGOUGH - Holiday on Death Row. (SIGNED)
KP90339: ROGER MCGOUGH - Defying Gravity. Poems
KP90338: ROGER MCGOUGH - After the Merrymaking. Poems.
KP90337: ROGER MCGOUGH - Watchwords. Poems.
KP90591: THOMAS MCGUANE - Keep the Change. A novel.
KP90589: THOMAS MCGUANE - Something to be Desired. A novel.
KP90590: THOMAS MCGUANE - To Skin a Cat. Stories.
KP90592: THOMAS MCGUANE - Nothing But the Skies. A novel.
KP90268: THOMAS MCGUANE - Keep the Change. A novel.
BC12206: JAY MCINERNEY - The Last of the Savages. (SIGNED)
BC11321: DAVID GARRICK. IAN MCINTYRE. - Garrick.
19664: ROLLIE MCKENNA - A Life in Photography
RB90029: JAMES COOK. FRANK MCLYNN. - Captain Cook. Master of the Seas.
BUL90454: KATHARINE MCMAHON - Confinement. (INSCRIBED)
BC13549: JAMES MCMICHAEL - Each in a Place Apart. Poems
ARC91718: SAPPER [I.E. CYRIL MCNEILE]. - Mufti.
ARC91717: SAPPER [I.E. CYRIL MCNEILE]. - "Sergeant Michael Cassidy, R.E."
17020: JOHN MCPHEE - Oranges.
14586: CANDIA MCWILLIAM - A Case of Knives.
BC13714: BASIL LIDDELL HART. JOHN J.MEARSCHEIMER. - Liddell Hart and the Weight of History.
ARC91061: T.E.LAWRENCE (INTEREST). COLONEL R.MEINERTZHAGEN. - Middle East Diary 1917-1956.
BC13873: "DAVID MELLOR, GILL SAUNDERS AND PATRICK WRIGHT. [BARBARA JONES AND JOHN PIPER INTEREST]." - "Recording Britain. A Pictorial Domesday of Pre-War Britain by David Mellor, Gill Saunders and Patrick Wright."
BUL90582: "GEORGE MELLY. (ALFRED WALLIS, SCOTTIE WILSON, CLEVELAND BROWN, JAMES LLOYD, JAMES DIXON &C)" - A Tribe of One. Great Na´ve Painters of the British Isles.
ARC91252: E.MCKNIGHT KAUFER. HERMAN MELVILLE - Benito Cereno. With pictures by E.McKnight Kaufer.
BUL90212: PAULINE MELVILLE. - The Ventriloquist's Tale. (INSCRIBED)
19548: G.J.WHYTE-MELVILLE - Katerfelto. A Story of Exmoor. With illustrations y Col. H.Hope Crealocke.
991759: KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL - "Bulletin [later 'Bulletin and Review'] of the Keats-Shelley Memorial, Rome. Edited by Sir Rennell Rodd & H.Nelson Gay."
BC13680: GREAT WAR MEMORIALS - The Scottish National War Memorial. With an introduction by Sir Ian Hamilton.
HAM90008: GREAT WAR MEMORIALS - The Golden Book. Port Sunlight War Memorial 1914-1919.
EVES9121: H.L.MENCKEN - Prejudices. Fourth Series
KP90451: BRIAN MERRIMAN - The Man Who Talked Babytalk.
ARC91654: THOMAS MERTON - The Wisdom of the Desert. Sayings from the Desert Fathers of the Fourth Century. Translated and with an introduction by Thomas Merton.
BC13965: W.S.MERWIN - Green with Beasts. Poems.
ARC91673: EDWARD BAWDEN. JOHN METCLAF. - "London A to Z. With a title page design, various decorations and a dust wrapper by Edward Bawden."
13248: CHARLOTTE MEW - The Rambling Sailor.
KP90428: CHARLOTTE MEW - Collected Poems
RB90033: HENRIK IBSEN. MICHAEL MEYER. - "Henrik Ibsen. The Making of a Dramatist 1828-1864, The Farewell to Poetry 1864-1882 [and] The Top of a Cold Mountain 1883-1906.A biography, complete in three volumes."
18686: E.H.W.MEYERSTEIN - The Boy. A Modern Poem.
BC14064: E.H.W.MEYERSTEIN - New Odes. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
EVES9013: FRANCIS MEYNELL - Seventeen Poems.
BC14039: ALICE MEYNELL - The Last Poems of Alice Meynell.
BC14038: ALICE MEYNELL - Childhood.
15143: SHERLOCK HOLMES. MICHAEL & MOLLIE HARDWICK - The Sherlock Holmes Companion. With many of Sidney Paget's original illustrations.
991460: ANNE MICHAELS - Fugitive Pieces.
BC12178: SARA MIDDA - In and Out of the Garden. (INSCRIBED)
BC13757: MARTIN & MARY MIDDLEBROOK - The Somme Battlefields. A Comprehensive Guide from CrÚcy to the Two World Wars. (SIGNED)
ARC90462: STANLEY MIDDLETON - Holiday. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC12992: PETER FLEMING. ANDRÚ MIGOT - Tibetan Marches. Translated from the French by Peter Fleming.
19128: HENRY MILLER - Obscenity and the Law of Reflection.
BC12982: DAVID MILLER - The Book of the Spoonmaker.
BC12136: ARTHUR MILLER - Timebends. A Life. (SIGNED)
14798: "ANTHOLOGY (HENRY MILLER, MULK RAJ ANAND - LLEWELYN POWYS INTEREST &C)." - The New Spirit. Edited by E.W.Martin.
ARC91591: RUPERT BROOKE. PETER MILLER. - Rupert Brooke. A Brief Biography.
19424: RICHARD JEFFERIES. GEORGE MILLER AND HUGOE MATTHEWS. - Richard Jefferies. A Bibliographical Study.
KP90161: HENRY MILLER. - Between Heaven and Hell. A symposium edited by Emil White.
BC14225: JOHN COWPER POWYS. HENRY MILLER. - The Immortal Bard. [An essay in celebration of John Cowper Powys].
BC14287: HENRY MILLER - Tropic of Cancer. With a preface by Ana´s Nin.
16804: SPIKE MILLIGAN - The Little Pot Boiler. (A book based freely on his seasonal overdraft). With drawings and illustrations by the author.
BC12936: PAUL MILLS - North Carriageway. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BUL90163: FREDERICK THOMAS MILLS. - Great Uncle Fred's War. An Illustrated Diary 1917-1920. Researched and edited by Alan Pryor and Jenifer K.Woods.
ARC91268: JAMES LEES-MILNE - Midway on the Waves. Diaries.
ARC90594: JESSIE M.KING. JOHN MILTON. - Comus. A Masque. With illustrations by Jessie M.King.
BC11513: JOAN MIRË. - "Drawings by Mir¾ from the artist's studio and the Joan Mir¾ Foundation, Barcelona. The catalogue of a 1979 exhibition at the Hayward Gallery,"
KP90612: ADRIAN MITCHELL - The Bodyguard. (PRESENTATION COPY)
BC13758: K.W.MITCHINSON - Pioneer Battalions in the Great War. Organized and Intelligent Labour.
BC13361: NANCY MITFORD - The Water Beetle. Essays. With illustrations and a dust wrapper design by Osbert Lancaster.
19945: MAX BEERBOHM. KATHERINE LYON MIX - Max and the Americans.
JUL90251: JAN MLADEJOVSKY. - The catalogue of a 1978 exhibition at the Novara Gallery of Contemporary Art. (INSCRIBED)
19674: TIMOTHY MO. - Sour Sweet
16807: TIMOTHY MO - An Insular Possession.
ARC90993: TIMOTHY MO - The Monkey King
ARC91751: "ALEXANDER MOFFAT. (HUGH MACDIARMID, NORMAN MACCAIG, IAIN CRICHTON SMITH, GEORGE MACKAY BROWN, ROBERT GARIOCH, SORLEY MACLEAN, EDWIN MORGAN)." - "Seven Poets. Hugh MacDiarmid, Norman MacCaig, Iain Crichton Smith, George Mackay Brown, Robert Garioch, Sorley MacLean, Edwin Morgan. Issued to accompany an exhibition of Moffats paintings and drawings at the Glasgows Third Eye Centre."
JUL90054: LONDON YEOMANRY REGIMENT. BRIAN MOLLO. - The Sharpshooters. The 3rd County of London Yeomanry and Successor nits 1900-1961 and Kent and County of London Yeomanry 1961-1970.
ARC91658: A.R.HOPE MONCRIEFF. - Essex. Described by A.R.Hope Moncrieff and with paintings by L.Burleigh Bruhl.
BUL90310: F.V.MONK AND H.T.WINTER. - Pilot and Plane.
KP90220: HAROLD MONRO. - The Silent Pool and other poems. Chosen by Alida Monro.
19742: HARRIET MONROE - The Difference and other poems.
ARC90670: HARRIET MONROE. - Poetry. A Magazine of Verse. Four early issues of the celebrated poetry monthly edited by founding publisher Harriet Monroe.
IMM90020: HAROLD NICOLSON. [NICHOLAS MONSERRAT] - Public Faces. A novel.
10064: MARY WORTLEY MONTAGU - "The Works, including her Correspondence, Poems and Essays. [Edited by J.Dallaway]."
BC13554: JOHN MONTAGUE - Tides. Poems.
BC11145: C.E.MONTAGUE. - Rough Justice. A novel.
ARC91447: JOHN MONTAGUE - The Bread God. A lecture with illustrations in verse on the recent history of the church in the ancient parish of Errigal Kieran already referred to in the Annals of the Four Masters as being a monastic centre twelve centuries ago. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION
BC14209: EUGENIO MONTALE - The Butterfly of Dinard. Translated from the Italian by G.Singh.
10008: HENRY JAMES. HARRY T.MOORE - Henry James and his World. With 130 illustrations.
BC13347: BRIAN MOORE - The Mangan Inheritance. A novel.
ARC90702: MARIANNE MOORE - A Marianne Moore Reader. (INSCRIBED)
9922245: "NICHOLAS MOORE, ALEXANDER COMFORT, J.C.HALL & JOHN HEATH-STUBBS" - The Threshold: 1937. Verse and Prose from the Public & Secondary Schools of England.
17914: BRIAN MOORE - No Other Life. (SIGNED)
9922813: HENRY MOORE - "Carvings and Bronzes 1961-1970. Catalogue of an exhibition. Many illustrations, including numerous tipped-in colour-plates."
BC12317: HENRY MOORE - Elephant Skull. The catalogue of a touring 1970-72 exhibition arranged to coincide with the publication of Moore's folio album 'Elephant Skull'.
BC040910007: HENRY MOORE - Henry Moore. A casebound catalogue of a 1985 exhibition of Henry Moore drawings at the Waddington Galleries.
9922244: NICHOLAS MOORE - The Threshold: 1935. An Anthology of Verse and Prose from the Public & Secondary Schools of England. Edited by R.W.Moore.
BC12840: HUBERT MOORE - Namesakes. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC13760: WILLIAM MOORE - "A Wood Called Bourlon. The Cover-Up after Cambrai, 1917."
19680: BRIAN MOORE - Lies of Silence
JUL90389: HENRY MOORE. - Die Shelterzeichnungen des Henry Moore. [The Shelter Drawings of Henry Moore]. The catalogue of a 1976 exhibition.
JUL90386: HENRY MOORE - Graphic Work 1972-1974. The catalogue of a 1974 sale exhibition
JUL040310057: HENRY MOORE - "contributes two full-page drawings (one in colour) and two plates featuring nine photographs of New Designs for Sculpture to two issues of the periodical Horizon, numbers 39 & 71"
EVES9084: MARIANNE MOORE - contributes a review of Edwin Arlington Robinson's 'The Man Who Died Twice' to an issue of the periodical The Dial.
BC13971: BRUCE ROGERS. GEORGE MOORE - Peronnik the Fool.
BC12490: HENRY MOORE - Early Carvings 1920-1940. The catalogue of a 1982 Leeds Art Galleries exhibition.
JUL90416: HENRY MOORE - Shelter and Coal Mining Drawings 1939-1942. The catalogue of a 1984 touring British Council exhibition.
ARC90135: BRIAN MOORE. - I Am Mary Dunne.
BC11562: HENRY MOORE. - "The catalogue of a 1949 exhibition at the MusÚe d'Art Moderne, Paris. Organised by the British Council and with an introduction by Herbert Read."
ARC91659: GEORGE MOORE - Ulick and Soracha. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
19277: ALAN MOOREHEAD - The Fatal Impact. The Invasion of the South Pacific 1767-1840.
BC14203: ROBERT GRAVES. JAMES MORAN - "A brief history of the short-lived Seizen Press, founded in 1927 by Robert Graves and Laura Riding, appears in an issue of the periodical The Black Art."
19869: HANNAH MORE. - Tales for Young Persons
JH900071: GOTTLOB MORE - Dresden Types 1895
JH00055: JENKYN MORGAN - The Betrayal of Wales by The Member from Treorky.
BC13569: EDWIN MORGAN - The New Divan. Poems
15050: STANLEY MORISON - The Typographic Arts [and The Art of Printing]. Two lectures. With plates.
19851: IRIS MORLEY AND PAUL HOGARTH - Here's Hampton Court. The Intelligent Visitor's Guide. With drawings by Paul Hogarth.
18703: "WILLIAM MORRIS, PAUL THOMPSON" - The Work of William Morris. With illustrations.
BC10137: JAMES MORRIS [I.E. JAN MORRIS] - contributes his essay 'The Spanish Helmet. Letter from Madrid' to an issue of the periodical Encounter. Edited by Stephen Spender and Melvin J.Lasky.
BC10136: JAMES MORRIS [I.E. JAN MORRIS] - contributes his essay 'Letter from Tangier' to an issue of the periodical Encounter. Edited by Stephen Spender and Melvin J.Lasky.
BC10135: JAMES MORRIS [I.E. JAN MORRIS] - is one of the contributors to a special 'Rediscovering Latin America' issue of the periodical Encounter. Edited by Stephen Spender and Melvin J.Lasky.
11526: WILLIAM MORRIS - The Water of the Wondrous Isles.
BC12299: EDWIN ARLINGTON ROBINSON. LLOYD MORRIS. - The Poetry of Edwin Arlington Robinson. An Essay in Appreciation. With a bibliography by W.van R.Whitall.
16810: BLAKE MORRISON - Too True. Stories and pieces. (SIGNED)
BC14000: BLAKE MORRISON - Dark Glasses. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC12068: JOHN MORTIMER - Clinging to the Wreckage. A Part of Life. (INSCRIBED)
KP90175: PENELOPE MORTIMER. - A Villa in Summer.
BC10985: JOHN MORTIMER. - Like Men Betrayed. (SIGNED)
15830: JOHN MORTIMER - Paradise Postponed. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91335: JOHN MORTIMER - Like Men Betrayed.
19828: DAVID DOUGLAS. WILLIAM MORWOOD - "Traveler in a Vanished Landscape. The Life and Times of David Douglas, Botanical Explorer. With 25 line drawings and maps."
BUL90350: WALTER MOSLEY. - "Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned."
BUL90349: WALTER MOSLEY. - Gone Fishin'. An Easy Rawlins novel.
BC13650: JULIAN GRENFELL. NICHOLAS MOSLEY - Julian Grenfell. His Life and the Times of his Death 1888-1915.
17363: OSWALD MOSLEY - "What Chance of Peace? Reprinted from ""The Union""."
BC11533: ANDREW MOTION. - Dangerous Play. Poems 1974-1984.
19475: "ANDREW MOTION, JEREMY HOOKER AND ALAN BROWNJOHN" - are amongst the ten poets to contribute verse to A Winchester Folio. Ten poems by poets who have given readings at Winchester School of Art with ten etchings by staff and students in the printmaking department. Compiled and designed by Kevin Crossley-Holl
ARC91595: PHILIP LARKIN. ANDREW MOTION. - This is Your Subject Speaking. In Memoriam Philip Larkin. A
BC12002: ANDREW MOTION - The Cinder Path. Poems.
BC12631: ANDREW MOTION - Famous for the Creatures. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC14001: ANDREW MOTION - Selected Poems 1976-1997. (SIGNED)
10606: R.H.MOTTRAM - The Crime at Vanderlynden's. Volume 3 of The Spanish Farm trilogy.
BC100211005: R.H.MOTTRAM. - To Hell with Crabb Robinson. (INSCRIBED).
BC11150: R.H.MOTTRAM. - The Crime at Vanderlynden's. The third volume of The Spanish Farm trilogy.
BC13705: "R.H.MOTTRAM, JOHN EASTON AND ERIC PARTRIDGE." - "Three Personal Records of the War. Comprising 'A Personal Record' by Eric Mottram, 'Broadchalk, a Chronicle' by John Easton and 'Frank Honeywood', Private by Eric Partridge."
BC11151: R.H.MOTTRAM. - "Ten Years Ago. Armistice & Other Memories, forming a pendant to 'The Spanish Farm Trilogy'. With a foreword by W.E.Bates."
BC11149: R.H.MOTTRAM. - The Spanish Farm. With a preface by John Galsworthy.
ARC90140: R.H.MOTTRAM. - The Spanish Farm Trilogy 1914-1918. (INSCRIBED). With a preface by John Galsworthy.
15053: BERTHOLD WOLPE. CHARLES MOZLEY - Wolperiana. An Illustrated Guide to Berthold L.Wolpe. Caricatures and drawings. A brief and light-hearted tribute to the celebrated designer and typographer from the pen of Charles Mozley.
16811: BERNARD MUDDIMAN - The Men of the Nineties.
14226: CHARLES S.MUIR - A Trip to Polaris or 264 Trillion Miles in an Aeroplane. With plans and illustrations.
17923: PERCY MUIR - Victorian Illustrated Books. With numerous illustrations.
17918: EDWIN MUIR - The Marionette.
10068: EDWIN MUIR - We Moderns: Enigmas and Guesses.
KP90504: EDWIN MUIR - The Labyrinth. Poems.
KP90617: EDWIN MUIR. - An issue of the periodical Chapman Magazine in-part devoted to Edwin Muir in celebration of his centenary.
11025: AUGUSTUS MUIR - The Third Warning. A Romance of High Hazzard.
BC13219: PAUL MULDOON - Horse Latitudes. Poems.
BC13238: PAUL MULDOON - Medley for Morin Khur. Poems. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC13592: PAUL MULDOON - Plan B. Poems. With photographs by Norman McBeath.
BC13878: PAUL MULDOON - "contributes his early poem 'Stampede' to Caret. A Poetry Magazine. No. 3. Summer 1973. Edited by Robert Johnstone, Trevor McMahon and William Peskett."
BC12403: PAUL MULDOON - Critical Essays. Edited by Tim Kendall and Peter McDonald.
BC12382: PAUL MULDOON - contributes his short poem 'History' to an issue of the periodical Poetry Review.
BUL90568: DAVID BLACKBURN. CHARLOTTE MULLIS. - David Blackburn: The Sublime Landscape. A monograph with an interview with the artist by Ron Phillips.
ARC90833: SAKI / H.H.MUNRO - The Toys of Peace and other papers.
BC12225: SAKI [H.H.MUNRO]. - Reginald.
19743: JAN VAN MUNSTER - Jan van Munster. The catalogue of a 1972 exhibition of works by the Dutch sculptor and installation artist.
BC13830: HARUKI MURAKAMI - "1Q84. Books one, two and three. Translated from the Japanese by Jay Rubin (parts one and two) and Philip Gabriel (part three)."
BC13848: HARUKI MURAKAMI - "Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman. Translated from the Japanese by Philip Gabrirl and Jay Ribin."
14684: CHRISTIAN MURCIAUX - The Unforsaken. A novel. Translated from the French by Peter Wiles.
BC14167: IRIS MURDOCH - The Unicorn.
16425: "IRIS MURDOCH, JOHN BAYLEY" - Iris. A Memoir.
BC10090: IRIS MURDOCH - is the subject of Roy Morrell's lengthy analysis 'Iris Murdoch - the Early Novels' contributed to an issue of the periodical Critical Quarterly.
BC13261: IRIS MURDOCH - The Existentialist Political Myth. With a foreword by Robin Waterfield.
KP90178: IRIS MURDOCH - is the subject of G.S.Fraser's analysis 'Iris Murdoch: the Solidity of the Novel' contributed to second issue of the International Literary Annual. Edited by John Wain.
ARC91651: IRIS MURDOCH - "The Sea, the Sea."
19806: YVOR WINTERS. FRANCIS MURPHY - Yvor Winters. Uncollected Essays and Reviews. Edited and with an introduction by Francis Murphy.
ARC91317: RICHARD MURPHY - Sailing to an Island. Poems.
BC11551: GEORGE MACKAY BROWN. ROWENA MURRAY AND BRIAN MURRAY. - Interrogation of Silence. The Writings of George Mackay Brown.
19904: EUNICE G.MURRAY. - Scottish Homespun
BC12235: BRUCE CHATWIN. NICHOLAS MURRAY - Bruce Chatwin.
ARC91664: GREGYNOG PRESS. GILBERT MURRAY. - "The Plays of Euripides. Translated into English Rhyming Verse by Gilbert Murray, Ll.D., D.Litt. with wood-engravings from the Greek Vase Paintings by Robert Ashwin Maynard and Horace Walter Bray. Complete in two volumes."
BC12060: CHARLES M.DOUGHTY. [JOHN MIDDLETON MURRY] - "Mansoul, or The Riddle of the World. [A poem]."
9922515: JOHN MIDDLETON MURRY - "The Conquest of Death. Featuring his translation of Benjamin Constant's ""Adolphe""."
BC12578: HENRY WILLIAMSON. JOHN MIDDLETON MURRY. - The Novels of Henry Williamson. With an introduction by J.W.Blench.
BC070109014: D.L.MURRY - Come Like Shadows. (INSCRIBED)
991794: BENITO MUSSOLINI - The Cardinal's Mistress. Translated from the Italian and with an introduction by Hiram Motherwell.
12739: W.GRANT MUTER - The Buildings of an Industrial Community: Coalbrookdale and Ironbridge. Profusely illustrated.
17367: ELIZABETH MYERS - "The Letters of Elizabeth Myers. Edited with notes and a biographical introduction by her husband, Littleton C.Powys."
19765: ROBERT MANSON MYERS - From Beowulf to Virginia Woolf. An Astounding and wholly Unauthorised History of English Literature.
13862: L.H.MYERS - The Pool of Vishnu.
BC12413: COLM TËIB?N - Mothers and Sons. (SIGNED)
BC12415: COLM TËIB?N - The Empty Family. Stories. (SIGNED)
SPE90180: VLADIMIR NABOKOV - "contributes ""On a Book Entitled 'Lolita'"", a four-page essay about the genesis, writing of, and reaction to his controversial novel to an issue of the periodical Encounter."
BC13390: VLADIMIR NABOKOV. - The Defence. A novel.
ARC91309: MAURICE NADEAU - The History of Surrealism. Translated from the French of 'Histoire du SurrÚalisme' by Richard Howard and with an introduction by Roger Shattuck.
SPE90140: V.S.NAIPAUL - The Suffrage of Elvira.
KP90270: V.S.NAIPAUL. - The Overcrowded Barracoon and other articles.
BC14193: V.S.NAIPAUL. - A Flag on the Island. Stories.
KP90271: V.S.NAIPAUL. - Guerrillas. A novel.
BC13960: V.S.NAIPAUL - The Mimic Men.
19893: NORMAN FRANKS. PAUL NASH - Battle of Britain
99306: OGDEN NASH - The Private Dining-Room and Other New Verses.
16820: OGDEN NASH - The Primrose Path. Verse. With drawings by [Otto] Soglow.
16818: "JOHN NASH, ERIC BAUME" - Five Graves at Nijmegen. With a drawing for the front cover by John Nash.
ARC90870: JOHN NASH - The Artist Plantsman. (SIGNED)
ARC91349: JOHN NASH - "Ovid's Elegies. Translated by Christopher Marlowe, together with the Epigrams of Sir John Davies. With wood engraved decorations by John Nash."
BC11208: PAUL NASH. - "Paul Nash 1989-1946. Paintings, Watercolours and Drawings. The catalogue of a 1948 Tate Gallery Memorial Exhibition."
JUL90423: DAVID NASH - An extensive printed archive of the noted wood sculptor.
BC11256: JOHN NASH. - English Garden Flowers.
ARC91683: SHELL GUIDE. PAUL NASH - Dorset. A Shell Guide.
9534: ROBERT NATHAN - Road of Ages.
KP90167: BILL NAUGHTON. - One Small Boy.
KP90168: BILL NAUGHTON. - Alfie [and] Alfie Darling. (with ALS).
KP90165: BILL NAUGHTON. - Pony Boy. With illustrations by George Buday
KP90166: BILL NAUGHTON. - Rafe Granite. A novel.
ARC91423: PETER NEAGOE - Americans Abroad. An anthology. Edited and with a foreword by Peter Neagoe.
19308: V.A.NEATHERWAY. - Return to the Battlefields.
KP90223: HOWARD NEMEROV. - The Blue Swallows. Poems.
18413: E.NESBIT - Ballads and Lyrics of Socialism 1883-1908.
ARC91741: EDWARD ARDIZZONE. E.NESBIT - Long Ago When I was Young. With illustrations by Edward Ardizzone and a lengthy introduction by Noel Streatfeild. (INSCRIBED BY THE PUBLISHER)
DZY161009017: CHARLES LAMB. WALLACE NETHERY - Charles Lamb in America to 1848 [and] Eliana Americana. Charles Lamb in the United States 1949-1866. Two volumes.
12284: GEORGE HENRY NETTLETON - English Drama of the Restoration and Eighteenth Century (1642-1780).
18614: VICTOR E.NEUBURG - "Popular Literature. A History and Guide, from the Beginning of Printing to the Year 1897. With numerous illustrations and facsimiles."
BUL90571: RICHARD NEVILLE - Play Power.
BC13348: ERIC NEWBY - On the Shores of the Mediterranean.
ARC91746: ERIC NEWBY - What the Traveller Saw. (SIGNED)
ARC90430: P.H.NEWBY. - Agents and Witnesses. A novel.
BC13996: VIRGINIA WOOLF. DEBORAH NEWTON - Virginia Woolf.
ARC91692: ERIC NEWTON - War Through Artists Eyes. Paintings and Drawings by British War Artists. Selected and introduced by Eric Newton.
17370: PETER NICHOLS - Diaries 1969-1977.
ARC91333: BEVERLEY NICHOLS - Cry Havoc!
BC14329: ROBERT NICHOLS - Ardours and Endurances. Also a Fauns Holiday and Poems and Phantasies.
JUL90238: BEN NICHOLSON. - Ben Nicholson. With a lengthy analysis by John Summerson.
ARC90050: ROBERT GRAVES. WILLIAM NICHOLSON - Mock Beggar Hall. With a magnificent cover design by William Nicholson.
14604: "WILLIAM NICHOLSON, JOHN GAY" - "Polly: [from ""The Beggars Opera""]. With nine tipped-in colour-plates (of scenery and costume designs) by William Nicholson and other illustrations in the text."
KP90634: WILLIAMSON NICHOLSON - "Ben Nicholson contributes a four-page memoir of his father, complete with photographs and reproductions, to an issue of the periodical London Magazine."
ARC90306: WILLIAM NICHOLSON - "provides a splendid cover design and one full-page colour illustration to the souvenir programme of the Ellen Terry Jubilee Commemoration 1856-1906. A celebratory event held at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane by the Theatrical & Musical Professions, Tuesday "
19282: HELMUT NICKEL. - Arms and Armour through the Ages. Illustrated with photographs by Bruce Pendleton.
19936: HAROLD NICOLSON. - "Diaries and Letters 1930-1964. Edited and condensed by Stanley Olson, with an introduction by Nigel Nicolson."
BUL90612: ADAM NICOLSON - Seamanship. (SIGNED)
BC12908: LORINE NIEDECKER - From This Condensery: The Complete Writings of Lorine Niedecker. Edited by Robert J.Bertholf.
BC11727: ANA¤S NIN. - Nearer the Moon. From A Journal of Love. The Unexpurgated Diary of Ana´s Nin 1937-1939. With a preface by Rupert Pole and biographical notes and annotations by Gunther Stuhlmann.
BC13483: ANA¤S NIN. - The Diary of Ana´s Nin 1931-1934. Edited and with an eight-page introduction by Gunther Stuhlmann. (INSCRIBED)
BC11728: ANA¤S NIN. - Journal of a Wife. The Early Diary of Ana´s Nin 1923-1927. With a preface by Joaquin Nin-Culmell.
JH00041: DUDLEY NOBLE AND G.MACKENZIE JUNNER. - Vital to the Life of the Nation. A Historical Survey of the Progress of Britains Motor Industry from 1896 to 1946.
BC12450: SAMUEL JOHNSON. DAVID NOKES. - Samuel Johnson. A Life.
BC12853: GLADYS NOLAN - Ghosts in the Garden. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
EVES9112: C.H.NORMAN - "The Revolutionary Spirit in Modern Literature and Drama and the Class War in Europe, 1918-36."
BUL90272: PHILIP NORMAN. - Plumridge. A novel.
BUL90273: PHILIP NORMAN. - Words of Love. A Novella and Stories. (INSCRIBED)
15258: LORD NORTHCLIFFE. - At the War.
99311: SYDNEY NORTHCOTE - The Ballad in Music. (SIGNED). With a note by Maurice Brown.
ARC90890: COLIN STIMPSON. THE DUCHESS OF NORTHUMBERLAND. - The Poison Diaries. Superbly illustrated by Colin Stimpson. (SIGNED)
99670: NOVELLO - "A Century and a Half in Soho. A Short History of the Firm of Novello, Publishers and Printers of Music 1811-1961. With a foreword by Arthur Bliss."
ARC140910020: ALFRED NOYES - "Mystery Ships. Trapping the ""U"" Boat."
BC13136: ROBERT NYE - Collected Poems. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91508: CRICKET. JOHN NYREN - "The Hambledon Men. Being a new edition of John Nyren's Young Cricketer's Tutor, together with a collection of other matter drawn from various sources, all bearing upon the great batsmen and bowlers before round-arm came in. With illustrations. Edited by E"
BC12622: JOYCE CAROL OATES - Rape. A Love Story. (SIGNED)
BC12621: JOYCE CAROL OATES - Beasts. (SIGNED)
BC12099: JOYCE CAROL OATES - Will You Always Love Me? and other stories.
JH00037: PATRICK OBRIAN - Blue at the Mizzen. An Aubrey/Maturin novel.
BC12561: MABEL OGILVY - With the Guards We Shall Go. A Guardsman's Letters in the Crimea 1854-1855.
BC13919: BEN OKRI. - Birds of Heaven. Two essays. (SIGNED)
19842: CLAIRE OLDHAM. - The Backwood Book. With wood engravings by the author.
19719: Y.OLESHA [AND] V.KAVERIN - Envy [and] Unknown Artist. Translated by P.Ross.
EVES9101: TILLIE LERNER OLSON (WRITING UNDER THE NAME 'TILLIE LERNER') - contributes a seven-page extract of the first chapter of what would eventually become her novel 'Yonnondio: From the Thirties' to the second issue of the periodical 'Partisan Review. A Bi-Monthly of Revolutionary Literature'.
15846: F.D.OMMANNEY - South Latitude. (SIGNED)
BC13069: MICHAEL ONDAATJE - Handwriting. Poems.
19843: REV. ISAAC TAYLOR OF ONGAR. - Scenes in America. For the Amusement and Instruction of Little Tarry-At-Home Travellers. With a new preface and engravings by the author.
BC12156: RICHARD A.VAN ORMAN - The Explorers. Nineteenth Century Expeditions in Africa and the American West.
BC13536: ROSALIND ORMISTON - First World War Posters. With a foreword by Gary Sheffield.
991223: JOE ORTON - Crimes of Passion. Two plays.
ARC91680: JOE ORTON - Entertaining Mr. Sloane. A Comedy.
9922537: GEORGE ORWELL - George Orwell contributes an essay on Arthur Koestler to the second issue of the miscellany Focus. Edited by B.Rajan & Andrew Pearse.
EVES9051: GEORGE ORWELL - The English People.
EVES9103: GEORGE ORWELL - "An exchange of letters entitled 'Pacifism and the War: A Controversy', three of them written by D.S.Savage, George Woodcock and Alex Comfort in response to one of Orwell's 'London Letter' articles, plus a three-page repost by Orwell appear in an issue of "
ARC91756: GEORGE ORWELL - contributes his sixteen-page essay 'Notes on Nationalism' to the first issue of the short-lived periodical Polemic. Edited by Humphrey Slater and with a cover design by Ben Nicholson.
EVES9102: GEORGE ORWELL - George Orwell and Nicholas Moore exchange heated letters in an issue of the periodical 'Partisan Review'.
EVES9099: GEORGE ORWELL - "contributes reviews of Lieut.-Col. J.O.Hannula's book ""Finland's War of Independence"" and Sir George Ashton's study of British espionage, ""Secret Service"", to an issue of the periodical 'Horizon. A Review of Literature and Art'."
9922544: S.J.PERELMAN. R OSBORN - Acres and Pains. With drawings by R Osborn.
15851: JAMES M.OSBORN - Young Philip Sidney 1572-1577. With illustrations.
BC10992: JOHN OSBORNE AND ANTHONY CREIGHTON - Epitaph for George Dillon. A play in three acts.
BC10240: CHARLES OSBORNE AND SIDNEY NOLAN. - Swansong. Poems by Charles Osborne with drawings by Sidney Nolan.
ARC91413: PENELOPE GILLIATT. [JOHN OSBORNE]. - Sunday Bloody Sunday. The Script for the John Schlesinger film. (INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR TO JOHN OSBORNE)
SPE90101: JOHN OSBORNE - Look Back in Anger. A play in three acts.
IMM90050: NONESUCH PRESS. THOMAS OTWAY - The Complete Works of Thomas Otway. Edited by Montague Summers. (Complete in three volumes).
BC11219: PHILIP LARKIN. [WILFRED OWEN]. - "Philip Larkin contributes his consideration of Wilfred Owen, 'The Real Wilfred', to an issue of the periodical Encounter. Edited by Melvin J.Lasky and Anthony Thwaite."
BC11417: WILFRED OWEN. HAROLD OWEN. - Journey From Obscurity. Wilfred Owen 1893-1918. Childhood. The first volume of Harold Owen's memoir of the Owen Family.
BC13851: WILFRED OWEN. HAROLD OWEN. - My Dear Old Wolf. An Undelivered Letter to Wilfred Owen from his Brother Harold.
BUL90507: JUAN MUÐOZ - Double Bind at the Tate Modern. Published to accompany a 2001-02 Turbine Hall exhibition at the Tate Modern.
BC13177: ANA MARIA PACHECO. - Dark Night of the Soul. With photographs by John Hedgecoe and text by Sanda Miller.
BC13175: ANA MARIA PACHECO - Ana Maria Pacheco in the National Gallery. The catalogue of a 1999-2000 exhibition.
JUL90387: HENRY MOORE. WILLIAM PACKER. - Henry Moore. An illustrated biography. Extensively illustrated with photographs by Gemma Levine.
KP90563: MODERN PAINTERS - "Modern Painters. A Quarterly Journal of the Fine Arts. Sixty-seven consecutive issues of Peter Fuller's influential critical quarterly, starting with the inaugural spring 1987 issue and continuing through in an unbroken run to autumn 2004 (after which the"
ARC91060: HERBERT EDWARD PALMER - The Judgement of Franþois Villon. A Pageant-Episode in Five Acts. (SIGNED)
ARC90492: HERBERT EDWARD PALMER. - The Judgement of Franþois Villon. A Pageant-Episode in Five Acts.
BC120210007: HERBERT E.PALMER - Jonah Comes to Nineveh. (SIGNED)
17934: "SAMUEL PALMER, DAVID CECIL" - Visionary & Dreamer. Two Poetic Painters: Samuel Palmer & Edward Burne-Jones. With nearly 70 illustrations
JUL040310060: SAMUEL PALMER. - "Frank Jewett Mather contributes a lengthy essay on Samuel Palmer's 'Virgil Etchings' to a issue of the periodical The Print Collector's Quarterly,"
JUL040310062: SAMUEL PALMER. - "Geoffrey Grigson contributes the 13-page essay ""Samuel Palmer's Friends"" to an issue of the periodical 'Horizon'."
BC12651: ORHAN PAMUK - My Name is Red. Translated from the Turkish of 'Benim Adim Kirmizi' by Erdag M.G÷knar (SIGNED)
BC12653: ORHAN PAMUK - Other Colours. Essays and a Story. Translated from the Turkish of 'Íteki Renkler' by Maureen Freely. (SIGNED)
DZY211009020: DOUGLAS LE PAN. - The Wounded Prince and Other Poems. With an introduction by C.Day Lewis.
BC13635: EDUARDO PAOLOZZI - Sculptures from a Garden. The catalogue of a 1987 exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery. (SIGNED)
BC12247: SARA PARETSKY - Indemnity Only.
BC14332: SARA PARETSKY - Burn Marks. A V.I.Warshawski novel. (SIGNED)
15864: EDITH PARGETER. - The Marriage of Meggotta.
ARC91652: EDITH PARGETER - A Bloody Field by Shrewsbury.
18588: "HARRISON OF PARIS, LORD BYRON / FRANCIS ROSE" - Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. A Romaunt. With collotype illustrations by Sir Francis Rose.
BC14192: RICHARD JEFFERIES. AGNES MILLER PARKER. - The Old House at Coate and other hitherto unpublished essays. Edited with an introduction by Samuel J.Looker and with wood-engravings by Agnes Miller Parker.
19595: HARRY PARKES - The Man Who Would Like to Marry.
ARC91445: CLERE PARSONS - Poems.
16443: JULIA STRACHEY. FRANCES PARTRIDGE. - Julia. A Portrait by Herself. With illustrations.
BC12912: FRANZ MARC. SUSANNA PARTSCH - "Franz Marc 1880-1916. A monograph, translated from the German by Karen Williams."
19888: HARRY ROBERTS. WILLIAM PASCOE - The Tramp's Handbook. With illustrations by William Pascoe
BC11622: JOHN DOS PASSOS. - Mr. Wilson's War.
BUL90116: BORIS PASTERNAK. - Poems. Translated from the Russian by L.Slater [i.e. Pasternak's sister] and with a foreword by Hugh MacDiarmid.
BC13232: YVAN GOLL. [KENNETH PATCHEN] - Fruits from Saturn. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
KP90350: JANET PATE - The Book of Spies and Secret Agents.
13598: "WALTER PATER, FERRIS GREENSLET" - Walter Pater.
BC13049: DON PATERSON - Nil Nil. Poems.
BC12852: EVANGELINE PATERSON - Reprints. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC13050: DON PATERSON - God's Gift to Women. Poems. (SIGNED)
991226: DEREK PATMORE - Portrait of My Family. (INSCRIBED)
BC11456: DEREK PATMORE. - Private History. An autobiography.
KP90365: BRIAN PATTEN - Mr Moon's Last Case. With illustrations by Mary Moore.
KP90439: BRIAN PATTEN - Vanishing Trick. Poems.
11040: ELLIOT PAUL - Springtime in Paris.
BUL90177: MICHELLE PAVER - Wolf Brother [and] Spirit Walker. (SIGNED). Volumes one and two of the Chronicles of Ancient Darkness.
17938: OCTAVIO PAZ - Alternating Current. Essays and texts. Translated from the Spanish by Helen R.Lane.
17939: OCTAVIO PAZ - Claude Levi-Strauss. An Introduction. Translated from the Spanish by J.S. & Maxine Bernstein.
DZY201009009: EDWARD PEACOCK - The Army Lists of the Roundheads and Cavaliers. Containing the Names of the Officers in the Royal and Parliamentary Armies of 1642. Edited by Edward Peacock.
ARC90581: MERVYN PEAKE - Letters from a Lost Uncle. Reproduced from the author's manuscript and copiously illustrated by him throughout.
ARC90364: MERVYN PEAKE. - The Glassblowers. Poems.
ARC91300: MERVYN PEAKE - Ride a Cock-Horse and Other Nursery Rhymes. With illustrations by Mervyn Peake.
KP90177: "MERVYN PEAKE, J.G.BALLARD AND BRIAN W.ALDISS." - The Inner Landscape. Three novellas.
BC13357: MERVYN PEAKE - Peakes Progress. Selected Writings and Drawings of Mervyn Peake. Edited by Maeve Peake and with a seventeen-page introduction by John Watney.
ARC91009: MERVYN PEAKE - Captain Slaughterboard Drops Anchor.
BC11476: JOSEPH P.PEARCE. - Lancashire Legends. With illustrations by the author.
19762: FRANK HARRIS. ROBERT BRAINARD PEARSALL. - Frank Harris.
BUL90192: SUSAN B.PEARSE. - Ameliaranne Bridesmaid. Told by Ethelberta Morris with illustrations by Susan Beatrice Pearse.
BC020409003: JOHN BETJEMAN. E.O.PEARSON - contributes to Public School Verse. An Anthology 1924-1925. (PRESENTATION COPY)
19774: EVELYN PEMBER - Coucou.
15262: JOSEPH PENNELL. - Pictures of War Work in England. Over 50 full-page reproductions of his drawings and lithographs of munitions works. With an introduction by H.G.Wells.
ARC90457: ERIC GILL. DOUGLAS PEPLER. - The Devil's Devices or Control Verses Service. With woodcuts by Eric Gill.
RB90015: S.J.PERELMAN. - The Ill-Tempered Clavichord.
9922546: "S.J.PERELMAN, DOROTHY HERRMANN" - S.J.Perelman. A Life. With illustrations.
19846: EUPHEMIA MCNAUGHT. ISABEL PERRY - Euphemia McNaught. Pioneer Artist of the Peace. By Isabel Perry and the Beaverlodge & District Historical Association. With a preface by Annora Brown and an introduction by Robert Guest.
BUL90550: JACQUES PERRY - The Black Sheep. A novel. Translated from the French of 'Le Mouton Noir' by Emma Craufurd.
BC13308: JOSEPH E.PERSICO - "11th Month, 11th Day, 11th Hour. Armistice Day 1918, World War 1 and its Violent Climax."
ARC170208037: ELLIS PETERS. - The Leper of Saint Giles. The Fifth Chronicle of Brother Cadfael
JH011209032: GEORGIA O'KEEFFE. SARAH WHITAKER PETERS. - Becoming O'Keeffe. The Early Years
BC12875: PASCALE PETIT - Heart of a Deer. Poems.
19960: J.R.ACKERLEY. DIANA PETRE - The Secret Orchard of Roger Ackerley.
19903: HERBERT READ. MARIA PETRIE. - Art and Regeneration. With a foreword by Herbert Read
16842: "CHRISTIANE PFLUG, ANN DAVIS" - Somewhere Waiting. The Life and Art of Christiana Pflug. (INSCRIBED). With illustrations.
12075: CARYL PHILLIPS - A State of Independence.
14622: CARYL PHILLIPS - Cambridge. SIGNED COPY.
BC13132: CARYL PHILLIPS - Higher Ground. A novel in three parts. (SIGNED)
991816: EDEN PHILLPOTTS - Eudocia. A Comedy Royal. [Fantasy].
BC13218: EDEN PHILLPOTTS - Up-Along and Down-Along. Poems. With eight original lithographs by Claude Shepperson. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ANN90001: PABLO PICASSO - Celebrating the Muse: Women in Picasso's Prints 1905-1968. Published to accompany a 2010 exhibition.
BUL90197: D.B.C.PIERRE. - Vernon God Little. A 21st Century Comedy in the Presence of Death. (PLUS UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY)
19931: ALUN LEWIS. JOHN PIKOULIS - Alun Lewis. A Miscellany of His Writings. Edited by John Pikoulis.
SPE90151: ARTHUR W.PINERO - His House in Order. A comedy in four acts.
FP90015: A.W.PINERO. - The programme for a 1949 production of Pineros The Magistrate performed by Oxford University Experimental Theatre Club.
ARC91588: HAROLD PINTER - The Caretaker. A play in three acts.
BC10176: HAROLD PINTER - contributes his short story 'The Examination' to an issue of the periodical Encounter. Edited by Stephen Spender & Melvin J.Lasky.
BC11774: HAROLD PINTER. - Poems and Prose 1949-1977.
ARC91587: HAROLD PINTER - The Birthday Party. A play in three acts.
GAM00170: JOHN PIPER - is the subject of the illustrated essay 'Perambulations with Piper' by Richard Ingrams contributed to an issue of the periodical The Countryman
BC13462: JOHN PIPER - Books from the Library of John and Myfanwy Piper. Part One.
ARC91596: JOHN PIPER. - The Stones of Bath. A set of two curtains produced from one of the five striking fabric designs created by John Piper in 1959 to celebrate the centenary year of wallpaper and fabric manufacturer Arthur Sanderson & Sons.
BC14153: JOHN PIPER. - John Piper's Stowe. With a foreword by the artist and commentary by Mark Girouard.
GAM00041: JOHN PIPER AND RICHARD INGRAMS. - Piper's Places. John Piper in England and Wales.
BC14367: JOHN PIPER - "contributes an article on the Northumberland town Seaton Delaval, which includes five illustrations, one a full-page colour plate, to the first issue of Orion. A Miscellany."
ARC91120: JOHN PIPER - Oxon. [A Shell Guide].
ARC91614: JOHN PIPER - Buildings and Prospects.
BC11045: JOHN PIPER - "contributes a superb double-spread wrapper design to The Great Church of the Holy Trinity, Long Melford."
ARC91462: "JOHN PIPER, GRAHAM SUTHERLAND, PAUL NASH, HENRY MOORE &C." - The Painter's Object. Edited and with an introduction by Myfanwy Evans.
ARC91743: "JOHN PIPER, JOHN CRAXTON, MONA MOORE, MICHAEL AYRTON, WILLIAMS SCOTT, EDWARD BAWDEN AND ROBERT COLQUHOUN." - "New Excursions into English Poetry. The complete seven volume series comprising, English Scottish and Welsh Landscape, The Poet's Eye, Sea Poems, Poems of Death, Soldiers' Verse, Travellers' Verse and Poems of Sleep and Dream."
BC13091: RUTH PITTER - A Trophy of Arms. Poems 1926-1935. With a preface by James Stephens. (INSCRIBED)
KP90466: RUTH PITTER - "The Ermine. Poems 1942-1952. With a small title page vignette by Joan Hassall, repeated on the dust wrapper."
KP90467: RUTH PITTER - Still by Choice. Poems.
KP90461: RUTH PITTER - A Mad Lady's Garland. Poems.
KP90462: RUTH PITTER - The Spirit Watches. Poems.
KP90464: RUTH PITTER - The Bridge. Poems 1939-1944.
KP90441: RUTH PITTER - End of Drought. Poems. With a single small wood engraved vignette by Joan Hassall.
BC14125: SYLVIA PLATH - Winter Trees. Poems.
BC10063: SYLVIA PLATH. - "Sylvia Plath's collection 'Colossus' is the subject of a lengthy 18-page analysis ""Architectonics: Sylvia Plath's Colossus"" by Pamela Smith contributed to an issue of the periodical Ariel. A Review of International English Literature."
KP90636: SYLVIA PLATH - contributes six poems to an issue of the periodical The London Magazine.
ARC91233: SYLVIA PLATH - Two Uncollected Poems.
BC10047: WILLIAM PLOMER - contributes his poem 'In a Cathedral Town' to an issue of the periodical The Poetry Review.
BC10046: WILLIAM PLOMER - contributes his poem Death of a Hedge Sparrow to an issue of the periodical The Poetry Review.
GAM0005: WILLIAM PLOMER. - Selected Poems.
ARC91541: WILLIAM PLOMER - The Case is Altered. A novel.
19879: JOHN PLUNKETT AND BRAD WIENERS. - Burning Man. Edited by Brad Wiener.
RB90077: JAMES PLUNKETT - Strumpet City. A novel.

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