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ARC92438: RICHARD JEFFERIES - contributes his illustrated essay 'Field Sports in Art. 1. - The Mammoth Hunter' to the annual bound volume (containing all twelve issues) of the monthly periodical The Art Journal. Edited by Marcus Bourne Huish.
ARC250510001: RICHARD JEFFERIES, HENRY WILLIAMSON - Hodge and his Masters. Edited, with revisions and a foreword by Henry Williamson, with illustrations and photographs.
BC14912: AGNES MILLER PARKER. RICHARD JEFFERIES - Field and Hedgerow. Last Essays. With an introduction and notes by Samuel J.Looker, and wood engravings by Agnes Miller Parker.
BC10025: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Amaryllis at the Fair.
GM90030: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Pageant of Summer. With a preface by Thomas Coke Watkins.
19438: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Hodge and his Masters. Edited, with revisions and a six-page foreword by Henry Williamson.
BC10027: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Toilers of the Field.
BC10030: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Pageant of Summer. With a preface by Thomas Coke Watkins.
BC11305: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Richard Jefferies. An Anthology. Edited and with an introduction by Hugoe Matthews and Rebecca Welshman.
ARC90875: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Meadow Thoughts. With five wood-engravings by Nicholas Perry. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
14517: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Open Air. Essays.
ARC92067: RICHARD JEFFERIES - After London; or Wild England. In Two Parts Part 1. The Relapse into Barbarism. Part 2. Wild England.
18377: RICHARD JEFFERIES - contributes his essay 'The Makers of Summer' to the 28 May issue of the periodical Chamber's Journal.
ARC91375: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Gamekeeper at Home. Sketches of Natural History and Rural Life.
19278: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Field and Hedgerow. Last Essays. Collected by his widow.
ARC90919: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Bevis. The Story of a Boy. With an introduction by E.V.Lucas.
19429: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Red Deer. With illustrations by Neil McReddie.
GM90006: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Field and Hedgerow. Being the Last Essays of Richard Jefferies, collected by his widow.
GM90008: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Amateur Poacher.
GM90022: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Toilers of the Field.
GM90024: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Toilers of the Field.
GM90034: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Selections from Richard Jefferies. With an introduction and notes by F.W.Tickner.
GM90038: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Bevis. With a short introduction by Herbert Strang.
GM90039: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Bevis. With a short introduction by Herbert Strang.
GM90043: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Life of the Fields.
GM90048: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Gamekeeper at Home. Sketches of Natural History and Rural Life. With illustrations by Charles Whymper.
GM90049: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Gamekeeper at Home. Sketches of Natural History and Rural Life. With illustrations by Charles Whymper.
BC14310: RICHARD JEFFERIES (PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY). - The Gamekeeper at Home. Sketches of Natural History and Rural Life.
BC14314: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Bevis. The Story of a Boy. Complete in three volumes.
BC14296: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - After London; or Wild England
ARC90726: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Thoughts on the Migration of Birds. With illustrations by Nicholas Parry. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
GM90062: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Open Air.
BC15465: AGNES MILLER PARKER. RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Open Air. With an introduction and notes by Samuel J.Looker, and wood engravings by Agnes Miller Parker.
BC14289: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Greene Ferne Farm.
BC14291: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Round About a Great Estate.
BC14292: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Birth of a Naturalist. Edited and introduced by George Miller and with engravings by Nicholas Parry. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC14294: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Life of the Fields.
BC14297: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Open Air.
BC14301: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Toilers of the Field.
BC14306: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Life of the Fields.
BC14307: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Field and Hedgerow. Being the Last Essays of Richard Jefferies. Collected by his widow.
BC14308: RICHARD JEFFERIES (PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY). - The Gamekeeper at Home. Sketches of Natural History and Rural Life.
BC14309: RICHARD JEFFERIES (PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY). - The Gamekeeper at Home. Sketches of Natural History and Rural Life.
BC14313: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Wood Magic. A fable. Complete in two volumes.
BC14315: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Dewy Morn. A novel. Complete in two volumes.
BC14456: EDWARD GARNETT. GEORGE JEFFERSON - Edward Garnett. A Life in Literature.
JH301109020: GERTRUDE JEKYLL - Gertrude Jekyll. Essays on the Lifeof a Working Amateur. Edited by Michael Tooley & Primrose Arnander.
BC13978: CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS - The Complete Who's Who of Test Cricketers. (INSCRIBED)
BC13977: CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS - Ball by Ball. The Story of Cricket Broadcasting. (INSCRIBED)
BC13976: CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS - Twenty Years On. Cricket's Years of Change 1963-1983. (SIGNED)
ARC91047: ELIZABETH JENNINGS - contributes her poem 'Cave Dwellers' to an issue of the Fantasy Press periodical New Poems. Edited by Donald Hall.
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.
ARC90816: ELIZABETH JENNINGS - Hurt.
ARC90134: ELIZABETH JENNINGS. - Poems. With an introduction by Anne Ridler.
BUL90148: JEROME K.JEROME. - The Second Thoughts of an Idle Fellow.
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.
BC11720: AUGUSTUS JOHN - Autobiography. With an introduction by Michael Holroyd.
BC14706: GWEN JOHN - Gwen John. The catalogue of a 1968 retrospective exhibition touring London, Sheffield and Cardiff.
BC100211007: AUGUSTUS JOHN. - The catalogue of an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. With text by Malcolm Easton and Romilly John.
19772: JASPER JOHNS - A Calendar for 1991
BC14608: CAPTAIN W.E.JOHNS - contributes his Biggles story 'Desert Spectre' to an issue of the periodical Boy's Own Paper.
KP90622: B.S.JOHNSON - contributes his screenplay 'Not Counting the Savages' to an issue of the periodical Transatlantic Review No. 45.
ARC91826: B.S.JOHNSON - Trawl.
15664: SAMUEL JOHNSON - Essays on the Eighteenth Century. Presented to David Nichol Smith in honour of his Birthday.
15607: SAMUEL JOHNSON - The Rambler. Complete in three volumes. Engraved frontispieces to each volume.
11505: SAMUEL JOHNSON - Boswell for the Defence 1769-1774. Edited by William K.Wimsatt Jr. & Frederick Pottle from the Private Papers of James Boswell.
15672: SAMUEL JOHNSON, DONALD & MARY HYDE - Eighteenth-Century Studies in Honor of Donald F.Hyde. Edited by W.H.Bond.
14996: SAMUEL JOHNSON, R.W.CHAPMAN - contributes 'Johnsonian Bibliography 1750-1765' to The Colophon.
17279: LIONEL JOHNSON - Some Winchester Letters.
15680: SAMUEL JOHNSON, A.BOSKER - Literary Criticism in the Age of Johnson.
15729: SAMUEL JOHNSON. PAUL JOHNSON & GEORGE GALE - The Highland Jaunt [in the steps of Samuel Johnson and James Boswell].
ARC91620: B.S.JOHNSON - The Unfortunates.
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"
BC13785: PETER JOHNSON - Front Line Artists.
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.
KP90701: JENNIFER JOHNSTON. - The Invisible Worm. A novel.
KP90702: JENNIFER JOHNSTON. - Grace and Truth. A novel.
15000: EDWARD JOHNSTON - Tributes to Edward Johnston, Calligrapher. By Sydney Cockerell, Noel Rooke, James Wardrop, Alfred Firbank, Irene Wellington & Bridget Johnston. With twelve plates (two folding).
BC15117: EUGENE JOLAS - Man From Babel. Edited, annotated and introduced by Andreas Kramer and Rainer Rumold.
BC15479: DAVID JONES AND ERIC GILL - David Jones and Eric Gill. Watercolours, Drawings and Prints. The catalogue of an undated [May-June 1990] exhibition at Austin/Desmond, Bloomsbury.
BC13786: BARBARA JONES AND BILL HOWELL - Popular Arts of the First World War.
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.
JH301109032: WHITNEY R.D.JONES - David Williams. The Anvil and the Hammer.
BC14615: DAVID JONES. - The Sleeping Lord.
ARC91992: THOMAS JONES. - A Theme with Variations.
BC11460: JAMES JONES. - The Pistol.
BC13734: WILL ELLSWORTH-JONES - We Will Not Fight. The Untold Story of the First World War's Conscientious Objectors.
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.
19665: TERRY JONES - Catching the Moment
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)
SPE90007: CHARLOTTE JONES. - In Flames. (INSCRIBED)
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.
19543: ERIC GETHTN-JONES - A Territorial Army Chaplain in Peace and War. A Country Cleric in Khaki 1938-61.
BUL90716: DAVID JONES - The Tribune's Visitation. With an inscriptional lettered title page design by the author.
BC14804: T.H.JONES. (DYLAN THOMAS INTEREST). - The Enemy in the Heart. Poems 1946-1956.
BC12918: GLYN JONES - The Dragon Has Two Tongues. Essays on Anglo-Welsh Writers and Writing. J
BC14583: BARBARA JONES - English Furniture at a Glance. With several hundred drawings and a dust wrapper design by the author.
KP90496: JONAH JONES - A Tree May Fall.
BUL90875: FRANK MORLEY. DAVID JONES. - The Great North Road. With a dust wrapper design by David Jones.
AA90018: DAVID JONES. - Epoch and Artist. Selected Writings. Edited by Harman Grisewood.
AA90021: DAVID JONES - contributes a lengthy excerpt of his poem "The Tribune's Visitation" to an issue of The Listener.
BUL90969: DAVID JONES - A card reproducing David Jones' yuletide scene drypoint 'Nativity with Shepherds and Beasts Rejoicing' (1929-30), with the Latin inscription 'animetur gentilis'.
ARC170208101: ERICA JONG. - Fruits and Vegetables. Poems
BC15119: D.H.LAWRENCE. NICHOLAS JOOST AND ALVIN SULLIVAN. - D.H.Lawrence and The Dial.
BC15209: JAMES JOYCE - contributes 'Continuation of a Work in Progress' to a special American Number of the influential periodical Transition. An International Quarterly for Creative Experiment. No. 13. An International Quarterly for Creative Experiment. Summer 1928. Edited by
BC15312: JAMES JOYCE - is the subject of Francis Ferguson's nine-page essay 'Joyce's Exiles and Ibsen' which features in an issue of the quarterly periodical 'Hound & Horn'. Vol. 5, No. 3, April-June 1932.
BC15313: JAMES JOYCE - contributes his five-page essay 'From a Banned Writer to a Banned Singer' to an issue of the quarterly periodical 'Hound & Horn'. Vol. 5, No. 4, July-September 1932.
BC15008: JAMES JOYCE - A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.
ARC92078: JAMES JOYCE - Our Exagmination Round his Factification for a Incamination of 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.
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.
KP90722: GARRY KASPAROV WITH MIG GREENGARD. - Deep Thinking. Where Machine Intelligence Ends and Human Creativity Begins. (SIGNED)
ARC90362: HAROLD ACTON. E.MCKNIGHT KAUFFER. - Cornelian. A fable. With a splendid two-colour title-page design by McKnight Kauffer. (SIGNED).
KP90099: P.J.KAVANAGH. - A Song and Dance. A novel.
KP90404: PATRICK KAVANAGH - The Green Fool.
BC12308: YASUNARI KAWABATA - The Lake. Translated from the Japanese by Reiko Tsukimura.
WA90024: NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS - The Last Temptation. A novel. Translated from the Greek by P.A.Bein, who also provides a ten-page note of the author and his language.
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)
KP90189: JOHN KEATS. - The Letters of John Keats. Edited by Maurice Buxton Forman.
99267: BRIAN KEEBLE - In Hollow Sleep. A poem.
BC15438: CECIL COLLINS. BRIAN KEEBLE. - The Vision of the Fool and Other Writings. Edited with an introduction by Brian Keeble. (INSCRIBED BY THE EDITOR)
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.
BC15219: WYNDHAM LEWIS. PAUL O'KEEFFE. - Some Sort of Genius. A Life of Wyndham Lewis.
15737: CHARLES KEENE, FRANK L.EMANUEL - Charles Keene, Etcher, Draughtsman and Illustrator 1823- 1891. Based upon a lecture. With 19 plates.
BC15375: MRS TOM KELLY [I.E. MARY KELLY]. - From the Fleet in the Fifties. A History of the Crimean War. With letters written between 1854-56 by The Reverend S.Kelson Stothert, chaplain to the Naval Brigade. With illustrations by William Simpson, various maps and photographs, and a preface by Vice-
BC14492: ST. DOMINIC'S PRESS. BERNARD KELLY. - The Mind and Poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J.
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.
BC14062: FRANK KENDON - Arguments and Emblems. Poems.
ARC92042: THOMAS KENEALLY - Three Cheers for the Paraclete.
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.
BC13887: THOMAS KENEALLY - Schindler's Ark.
BC14386: JAMES KENNAWAY - Household Ghosts. A novel.
17296: WILLIAM KENNEDY - Legs.
BC12952: DAVID KENNEDY - The Devil's Bookshop. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC14902: WYNDHAM LEWIS. HUGH KENNER - Wyndham Lewis. A study.
18090: WILLIAM KENT - London for Heretics.
ARC92449: ALEXANDER KENT - Form Line of Battle!
BC14534: HANNAH KENT - Burial Rites. (SIGNED)
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.
BC15419: JACK KEROUAC - On the Road. The Original Scroll. Edited by Howard Cunnell, and with introductory essays by Penny Vlagopoulos, George Mouratidis, Joshua Kupetz and the editor.
BC11994: KEN KESEY WITH KEN BABBS. - Last Go Round.
18446: HERMANN KESTEN. - Children of Guernica. A novel. Translated from the German by Geoffrey Dunlop.
19734: WILLIAM CONGREVE. JOHN KETTLEWELL - The Way of the World [and] Love for Love. Two Comedies. With illustrations and decorations by John Kettlewell.
BUL90815: SIDNEY KEYES - Minos of Crete. Plays and Stories. Edited by Michael Meyer with selections from Keyes notebook and letters, and with some early hitherto unpublished poems.
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.
ARC92380: JESSIE M.KING - Dwellings of an Old World Town. A Book of Drawings in Black and White [of Culross, Fifeshire].
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.
BC15216: PAUL NASH. JAMES KING. - Interior Landscapes. A Life of Paul Nash.
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.
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.
BC13242: THOMAS KINSELLA - Her Vertical Smile. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC13558: THOMAS KINSELLA - Blood and Family. Poems.
BC13559: THOMAS KINSELLA - New Poems 1973.
BC13557: THOMAS KINSELLA - Selected Poems 1956-1968.
BUL90588: DARIUS KINSEY - This Was Logging! Selected Photographs of Darius Kinsey. With text by Ralph W.Andrews. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
13840: RUDYARD KIPLING - A Collection of First Editions of the Works of Rudyard Kipling. The Property of Solton Engel. Catalogue of a sale.
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.
KP90203: RUDYARD KIPLING. - The Kipling Journal. Published quarterly by the Kipling Society.
SPE90156: RUDYARD KIPLING - Sea Warfare.
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)
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.
BC10048: JAMES KIRKUP - contributes his poem 'Two Graves in Japan' to an issue of the periodical The Poetry Review.
BC15443: JAMES KIRKUP - White Shadows Black Shadows. Poems of Peace and War. (SIGNED)
KP90499: JAMES KIRKUP - Tropic Temper. A Memoir of Malaya.
BC13340: JAMES KIRKUP - Filipinescas. Travels Through the Philippine Islands.
17150: CHARLES DICKENS. FREDERIC G.KITTON - Charles Dickens. His Life, Writings and Personality. With illustrations.
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.
BC14387: AUGUST KLEINZAHLER - The Strange Hours Travelers Keep. Poems.
BC14004: AUGUST KLEINZAHLER - Green Sees Things in Waves. Poems.
18732: WILLIAM KNIGHT - Nineteenth Century Artists, English and French. Lectures. With 50 plates.
BC14995: ALFRED A.KNOPF - Sixty Photographs.
BC15033: ALFRED A.KNOPF - Alfred A.Knopf. Quarter Century.
99269: SUSANNE KNOWLES - Mediterranean and Other Poems. (INSCRIBED AND WITH LETTERS)
ARC92017: R.A.KNOX. - Juxta Salices.
BC12902: MARIUS KOCIEJOWSKI - The Street Philosopher and the Holy Fool. A Syrian Journey.
BUL90717: DEAN R.KOONTZ - A Darkness in My Soul.
HAM90003: ERIC KORN - Remainders. From the Times Literary Supplement 1980-1989. (SIGNED)
15759: JERZY KOSINSKI - The Devil Tree.
18182: G.KRISHNAMURTI. - The Eighteen-Nineties: A Literary Exhibition.
BC13518: MILAN KUNDERA - Identity. Translated from the French of "L'identité" 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 Clèves. 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.
ARC92359: FLORA THOMPSON. LYNTON LAMB - Lark Rise. With drawings by Lynton Lamb.
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.
17302: CHARLES LAMB - The Letters of Charles Lamb. Edited with notes by George Woodcock.
KP90601: CHARLES LAMB - Mrs. Battle's Opinions on Whist. With illustrations by Roberta F.C.Waudby.
ARC92350: GIUSEPPE DI LAMPEDUSA - The Leopard. Translated from the Italian of 'Il Gattopardo' by Archibald Colquhoun.
BC12689: HENRY WILLIAMSON. LOIS LAMPLUGH - A Shadowed Man: Henry Williamson 18951977. With a foreword by Richard Williamson.
BC14447: HENRY WILLIAMSON. LOIS LAMPLUGH - A Shadowed Man: Henry Williamson 18951977. With a foreword by Richard Williamson. (SIGNED WITH ALS)
BC14708: HENRY WILLIAMSON. LOIS LAMPLUGH. - A Shadowed Man: Henry Williamson 1895 1977. With a foreword by Richard Williamson.
BC15260: JOHN LANCHESTER. - The Debt to Pleasure.
BC12482: JOHN LANCHESTER - Mr. Phillips
BC12483: JOHN LANCHESTER - Fragrant Harbour
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)
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)
BC13334: JOE R.LANSDALE - Dead in the West. (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.
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.
BC15514: PHILIP LARKIN - A special Philip Larkin double-issue of the periodical 'Phoenix. A Poetry Magazine'. No. 11 & 12, autumn/winter 1973-74. Edited by Harry Chambers.
BC15403: PHILIP LARKIN - Collected Poems. Edited and with an introduction by Anthony Thwaite.
ARC91382: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes ten poems to the anthology Poetry from Oxford in Wartime. Edited by William Bell.
WA90019: PHILIP LARKIN - The Whitsun Weddings. Poems.
BC15225: PHILIP LARKIN - Further Requirements. Interviews, Broadcasts, Statements and Book Reviews. Edited with an introduction by Anthony Thwaite.
BC15322: PHILIP LARKIN. - Larkin at Sixty. Essays, poems and tributes. Edited by Anthony Thwaite.
BC15471: PHILIP LARKIN - Collected Poems. Edited and with an introduction by Anthony Thwaite.
ARC91383: PHILIP LARKIN - Femmes Damnées. 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.
BC10154: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his poem 'Modesties' to an issue of the periodical Encounter. Edited by Stephen Spender & Melvin J.Lasky.
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.
KP90640: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes the first printing of his poem 'Sympathy in White Major' to an issue of the periodical London Magazine.
ARC91314: PHILIP LARKIN - Further Requirements. Interviews, Broadcasts, Statements and Book Reviews. Edited and with an introduction by Anthony Thwaite. (INSCRIBED BY THE EDITOR)
ARC92344: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his poem 'Poetry of Departure' to the anthology New Voices. Selected by Alan Pryce-Jones. (UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY)
BC15409: PHILIP LARKIN - Early Poems and Juvenilia. Edited and introduced by A.T.Tolley.
ARC92410: PHILIP LARKIN - An Enormous Yes. In Memoriam Philip Larkin (1922-1985). Edited by Harry Chambers.
BC11197: PHILIP LARKIN - contributes his poem 'Naturally the Foundation will Bear Your Expenses' to an issue of the periodical The Twentieth Century.
ARC91910: PHILIP LARKIN - High Windows. Poems.
ARC90846: PHILIP LARKIN - The Less Deceived. Poems.
ARC92012: PHILIP LARKIN - The North Ship. Poems.
BUL90639: PHILIP LARKIN. - Philip Larkin 1922-1985. A Tribute. Edited by George Hartley.
GAM900291: PHILIP LARKIN. - Philip Larkin. Letters to Monica. Edited by Anthony Thwaite.
BC14869: PHILIP LARKIN - Hohe Fenster / High Windows. Translated from the English by Richard Glabotki.
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.
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.
BUL90925: DYLAN THOMAS. HILARY LAURIE. - Dylan Thomas's Wales.
BC15295: COMTE DE LAUTRÉAMONT - Selections from Lautréamont's 'Chants de Maldoror', translated from the French by Joyce Ridley and Francis Scarfe, feature in an issue of the short-lived monthly periodical 'Contemporary Poetry and Prose'. No. 6. October 1936. Edited by Roger Roughton.
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 BÉCHERVAISE - Anare. Australia's Antarctic Outposts.
BC13381: MARGARET LAWRENCE - Blood Red Roses. (SIGNED)
14537: T.E.LAWRENCE - Aufstand in der Wuste. Translated into German from 'Revolt in the Desert' 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.
BC14947: D.H.LAWRENCE - Phoenix. The Posthumous Papers of D.H.Lawrence. Edited and with an introduction by Edward D.McDonald.
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.
BC14978: D.H.LAWRENCE - A pre-publication prospectus and order form for 'Lawrence in Love. Letters from D.H.Lawrence to Louis Burrows'.
BC15329: D.H.LAWRENCE - contributes the first printing of his short story 'Rex' to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 70, No. 2, February 1921.
BC14994: D.H.LAWRENCE. - D.H.Lawrence After Thirty Years 1930-1960. The catalogue of a 1960 exhibition at the University of Nottingham Art Gallery. Edited by Vivian de Sola Pinto.
ARC91894: D.H.LAWRENCE - Sons and Lovers.
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.
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).
BC15284: D.H.LAWRENCE - contributes his three-part essay 'Flowery Tuscany' to three consecutive issues of the periodical 'The Monthly Criterion'. Vol. 6, Nos. 4-6, October-December 1927. Edited by T.S.Eliot.
BUL90967: T.E.LAWRENCE. - Lawrence of Arabia. The Simple Facts. Compiled by Harry Broughton (sometime Mayor of Wareham).
ARC92013: D.H.LAWRENCE. - The Prussian Officer and Other Stories.
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.
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.
BUL90714: T.E.LAWRENCE - Minorities. Edited by J.M.Wilson and with a preface by C.Day Lewis.
ARC90018: T.E.LAWRENCE - Men in Print. Essays in Literary Criticism. With an introduction by A.W.Lawrence.
ARC92450: T.E.LAWRENCE. - The Odyssey of Homer. Translated by T.E.Shaw (Colonel T.E.Lawrence).
19969: HENRY WILLIAMSON. T.E.LAWRENCE - T.E.Lawrence Correspondence with Henry Williamson. Edited by Peter Wilson. With a prologue and epilogue by Anne Williamson and a foreword by Jeremy 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.
BUL90847: T.E.LAWRENCE - A handbill for the Lawrence of Arabia Memorial, issued circa 1935-6 to raise construction funds.
BUL90820: D.H.LAWRENCE - Pansies. Poems.
ARC91366: D.H.LAWRENCE - The Paintings of D.H.Lawrence.
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.
BC15336: D.H.LAWRENCE - contributes the first part of his story 'The Fox' to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 72, No. 5, May 1922.
ARC91305: T.E.LAWRENCE - Secret Despatches from Arabia and Other Writings. Edited and with an introduction by Malcolm Brown. (INSCRIBED BY THE EDITOR)
BC15333: D.H.LAWRENCE - contributes selections from 'Sea and Sardinia' to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 71, No. 5, November 1921
BC15267: D.H.LAWRENCE. - A special D.H.Lawrence issue of the periodical 'The New Adelphi'. Vol. 3, No. 4, June-August 1930. Edited by John Middleton Murry.
ARC91938: D.H.LAWRENCE - Love Among the Haystacks and other pieces. With a reminiscence by David Garnett.
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.
16093: VIRGINIA WOOLF. MITCHELL A.LEASKA - Virginia Woolf's Lighthouse. A Study in Critical Method.
BC15444: JAMES LEASOR (H.E.BATES INTEREST). - Author by Profession.
12028: VERNON LEE - Laurus Nobilis. Chapters on Art and Life.
BUL90169: LAURIE LEE. - I Can't Stay Long.
BUL90715: LAURIE LEE. - The Firstborn.
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.
ARC92035: LAURIE LEE. - The Sun my Monument. Poems.
BC12904: HARPER LEE - Go Set a Watchman
GAM00070: LAURIE LEE. - The Sun my Monument. Poems.
ARC91624: LAURIE LEE - Cider with Rosie. With drawings by John Ward.
ARC92347: LAURIE LEE - I Can't Stay Long. (INSCRIBED)
KP90420: LAURIE LEE - The Firstborn. (SIGNED)
BC12455: STEPHEN SPENDER. DAVID LEEMING - Stephen Spender. A Life in Modernism.
BC13039: FERNAND LÉGER - Fernand Léger: The Later Years. The catalogue of a 1987-88 exhibition at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London.
BC13623: FERNAND LÉGER - Fernand Léger. Paris-New York. A monograph published in conjunction with the 2008 Fondation Beyeler exhibition.
BC14490: PEAR TREE PRESS. JANIE LEGGE. - A Little Book of Legends for Children. With drawings by John Guthrie (son of the printer, James Guthrie).
BC12588: EDWARD THOMAS. JOHN LEHMANN - Three Literary Friendships
18652: JOHN LEHMANN - John Lehmann. A Tribute. Edited by A.T.Tolley. (DELUXE ISSUE)
14211: JOHN LEHMANN - The Age of the Dragon. Poems 1930-1951. (INSCRIBED)
BC11252: RUPERT BROOKE. JOHN LEHMANN. - Rupert Brooke. His Life and His Legend.
BC13074: JOHN LEHMANN. - The Reader at Night and Other Poems. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC90818: JOHN LEHMANN - Photograph.
16771: JOHN LEHMANN - Ancestors and Friends.
BUL90873: JOHN LEHMANN - The Age of the Dragon. Poems 1930-1951.
BC14480: MICHAEL LEIGH - Men Die Alone.
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.
BC15451: H.M.TOMLINSON. CLARE LEIGHTON. - The Sea and the Jungle. With woodcuts by Clare Leighton and a new foreword by the author.
BUL90452: HAROLD LEIGHTON - From Salon to Celebrity. The British Hairdressing Story. Lavishly illustrated with photographs. (SIGNED)
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.
BUL90970: JOHN LENNON - A Spaniard in the Works. With various drawings by the author
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'.
BUL90646: DORIS LESSING - The Grass is Singing.
SPE90175: DORIS LESSING - contributes a four-page essay on sufism, 'In the World, Not of it', to an issue of the periodical Encounter.
ARC91341: DORIS LESSING - This Was the Old Chief s Country. Stories.
BC14681: DORIS LESSING - The Good Terrorist.
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.
ARC91853: DENISE LEVERTOV (WRITING AS 'DENISE LEVERTOFF'). - The Double Image. Poems.
JUL90333: JOHN PIPER. ORDE LEVINSON. - Quality and Experiment. The Prints of John Piper. A Catalogue Raisonné 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.
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.
BC14851: WYNDHAM LEWIS - The Essential Wyndham Lewis. Edited by Julian Symons. (SIGNED BY THE EDITOR)
BC12996: C.DAY-LEWIS - Selected Poems. (INSCRIBED)
GAM00098: C.DAY-LEWIS. - Collected Poems 1929-1936.
BC14983: WYNDHAM LEWIS - The Enemy. A Review of Art and Literature. Edited and illustrated by Wyndham Lewis. Complete in three volumes.
15780: OSCAR LEWIS - The Children of Sanchez. Autobiography of a Mexican Family.
ARC91752: C.DAY-LEWIS (WRITING AS CECIL DAY-LEWIS) - contributes his poems 'Dream Maker', '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.
15717: JAMES BOSWELL. D.B.WYNDHAM LEWIS - The Hooded Hawk, or The Case of Mr. Boswell. With illustrations.
15779: OSCAR LEWIS - A Death in the Sanchez Family.
BC14460: HENRY WILLIAMSON. PETER LEWIS - The Henry Williamson Society. The First Thirty Years May 1980 May 2010. A Condensed History. [Compiled by Peter Lewis].
ARC90857: C.S.LEWIS. - Beyond the Bright Blur.
BUL90748: WYNDHAM LEWIS - An Anthology of his Prose. Edited with an introduction by E.W.F.Tomlin.
ARC90196: C.DAY-LEWIS. - Beechen Vigil and Other Poems.
BC14050: ARTHUR LEWIS - Thirty Rhymes.
BC14049: ARTHUR LEWIS - Days of Old Rome. Poems. With illustrations by Edith Calvert.
BC14924: WYNDHAM LEWIS - Wyndham Lewis the Artist. From 'Blast' to Burlington House.
ARC91558: C.S.LEWIS - Essays on Malory. Edited by J.A.W.Bennett.
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.
BC14958: WYNDHAM LEWIS - Enemy Salvoes. Selected Literary Criticism. Edited, with an introduction and notes by C.J.Fox and with a general introduction by C.H.Sisson.
GAM00155: C.DAY-LEWIS. - Country Comets. Poems.
BC15109: WYNDHAM LEWIS. - Abstract Art in England 1913-1915. The catalogue of a 1969 exhibition at d'Offay Couper Gallery.
BC15110: WYNDHAM LEWIS. - Mrs. Dukes' Million. A novel.
BC15111: WYNDHAM LEWIS. - The Bone Beneath the Pulp. Drawings by Wyndham Lewis. The catalogue of an exhibition, edited by Jacky Klein.
BC13247: C.DAY-LEWIS - The Graveyard by the Sea. Translated by Day-Lewis from the French of Paul Valéry's 'Le Cimetière Marin'. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
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)
BC15016: WYNDHAM LEWIS - The Letters of Wyndham Lewis. Edited by W.K.Rose
BC15017: WYNDHAM LEWIS - The Old Gang and the New Gang.
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.
WA90026: NORMAN LEWIS - Every Man's Brother. A novel.
BC13252: ARTHUR LEWIS - Ways of Verse [and] The Pursuit of Beauty. Poems.
14078: SINCLAIR LEWIS - Work of Art. A novel.
19387: ALUN LEWIS - In the Green Tree. Hitherto uncollected stories and a selection from his letters. With drawings by John Petts (including a splendid portrait frontispiece), a preface by A.L.Rowse, a postscript by Gwyn Jones and a sonnet by Vernon Watkins.
KP90566: ISAAC ROSENBERG. JEAN LIDDIARD - Isaac Rosenberg: The Half Used Life.
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)
BC15386: JOHN AJVIDE LINDQVISY - Let the Right One In. Translated from the Swedish of 'Låt Rätte Komma In' by Ebba Segerberg.
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.
ARC92097: JOAN LINDSAY (WRITING AS 'SERENA LIVINGSTONE-STANLEY'). - Through Darkest Pondelayo. An Account of the Adventures of Two English Ladies on a Cannibal Island. Edited by Rev. Barnaby Whitecorn D.D.
991192: MAURICE LINDSAY - Thank You for Having Me. [An autobiography].
ARC91872: THE LONDON APHRODITE. JACK LINDSAY & PERCY REGINALD STEPHENSON (EDITORS). - The London Aphrodite. Complete in six volumes.
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)
15782: PENELOPE LIVELY - Passing On.
9922498: ADAM LIVELY - Blue Fruit.
BC13913: PENELOPE LIVELY. - Spiderweb. A novel. (SIGNED)
BUL90810: PENELOPE LIVELY - Passing On. 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.
19973: MARIO VARGAS LLOSA - The Time of the Hero. Translated from the Spanish of 'La Ciudad y los Perros' by Lysander Kemp.
BC14525: MARIO VARGAS LLOSA - The Notebooks of Don Rigoberto. Translated from the Spanish of 'Los Cuadernos de Don Rigoberto' by Edith Grossman.
JH301109001: ALISON LLOYD. - The Painter in Glass. Edited by Alison Lloyd
JUL90400: A.J.LLOYD. - Coaldust Ballads. Compiled by A.L.Lloyd.
BC11636: MAJOR PERCIVAL ST LAWRENCE LLOYD - The Wood of Death and Beyond. First World War Recollections. Edited by R.J.Lloyd. (INSCRIBED)
BC14820: HENRY WILLIAMSON. MICHAEL LOATES - The Illustrated Salar the Salmon. With an introduction by Richard Williamson, and a foreword and illustrations by Michael Loates
99550: WILLIAM GODWIN. DON LOCKE - A Fantasy of Reason. The Life and Thought of William Godwin. With illustrations.
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)
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.
ARC93000: DAVID LODGE - How Far Can You Go? A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC90841: DAVID LODGE - The Picturegoers. A novel.
19383: OLIVER LODGE - Demonstrated Survival: Its Influence on Science, Philosophy and Religion.
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. (
19715: DAVID LODGE - Paradise News. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC90771: DAVID LODGE - The Picturegoers. A novel.
ARC91855: CHRISTOPHER LOGUE - Songs. (SIGNED)
17900: CHRISTOPHER LOGUE - Logue's A B C. Poems.
BUL90803: CHRISTOPHER LOGUE. - War Music. An Account of Books 1-4 and 16-19 of Homers Iliad [and] All Day Permanent Red. The First Battle Scenes of Homers Iliad Rewritten.
BC15148: KENNETH A.LOHF AND EUGENE P.SHNNHY. - An Index to The Little Review 1914-1929. Compiled and with an introduction by Kenneth A.Lohf and Eugene P.Sheehy.
BC12886: MARION LOMAX - The Peepshow Girl. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC15246: MICHAEL LONGLEY - The Ghost Orchid. Poems.
BC15236: MICHAEL LONGLEY - The Echo Gate. Poems 1975-1979. (SIGNED)
ARC91542: MICHAEL LONGLEY - No Continuing City. Poems 1963-1968.
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
991773: PETER LOVESEY - Rough Cider.
ARC92327: PETER LOVESEY - Wobble to Death. (SIGNED)
ARC92091: SIDNEY LOW - Italy in the War.
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.
BC14917: ROBERT LOWELL - For the Union Dead. Poems.
BC15400: AMY LOWELL - contributes a group of six short poems (incorrectly described as "short stories" on the upper wrapper) to an issue of the periodical 'Poetry. A Magazine of Verse'. Vol. XIV, No. 5, September 1919. Edited by Harriet Monroe.
BC15100: ROBERT LOWELL - Collected Prose. Edited with an introduction by Robert Giroux.
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.
BC14918: ROBERT LOWELL - The Old Glory.
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.
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.
BC12854: ROBERT M.LOYDELL - World of Wonder. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC12895: RUPERT LOYDELL - Ballads of the Alone.
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)
GAM00285: MAX BEERBOHM. BOHUN LYNCH. - Max Beerbohm in Perspective. With a Prefatory Letter from Max and twenty plates.
BC15460: BEN NICHOLSON. NORBERT LYNTON - Ben Nicholson. A monograph.
SPE90152: DAVID LYTTON - The Goddam White Man. (INSCRIBED)
BC14503: RICHARD MABEY - Nature Cure.
BC14536: RICHARD MABEY - The Full English Cassoulet. Making-Do and Other Improvisations in the Kitchen. With illustrations by James Munro.
BC13516: ROSE MACAULAY - Orphan Island.
ARC90253: E.M.FORSTER. ROSE MACAULAY. - The Writings of E.M.Forster.
ARC91235: GEORGE MACBETH - Lectures to the Trainees. Poems.
ARC91786: GEORGE MACBETH - A Doomsday Book. Poems and Poem-Games. (WITH A NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR)
ARC91163: GEORGE MACBETH - A War Quartet. Poems.
BC13089: GEORGE MACBETH - The Burning Cone. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
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)
ARC90819: NORMAN MACCAIG - Midnights.
ARC91203: HUGH MACDIARMID - Penny Wheep. Poems.
16783: HUGH MACDIARMID - Selected Poems. Edited by R.Crombie Saunders.
ARC91239: HUGH MACDIARMID - A Kist of Whistles. Poems.
16784: HUGH MACDIARMID - Living Scottish Poets. An anthology. Edited by C.M.Grieve ["Hugh MacDiarmid"].
KP90532: HUGH MACDIARMID - An issue of the periodical Akros devoted to Hugh MacDiarmid on his eightieth birthday. Edited by Duncan Glen.
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.
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.
BC15279: HUGH MACDIARMID - contributes his nine-page poem 'Cornish Heroic Song for Valda Trevlyn' to an issue of the periodical 'The Criterion. A Quarterly Review'. Vol. 18, No. 71, January 1939. Edited by T.S.Eliot.
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
16610: AUBREY BEARDSLEY. HALDANE MACFALL - Aubrey Beardsley. The Man and his Work. With illustrations.
ARC91930: SIMON RAE. MIRIAM MACGREGOR. - Allotment. A poem. With wood-engravings by Miriam MacGregor.
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).
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)
BC14104: BERNARD MACLAVERTY - Grace Notes. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BUL90259: SIR GEORGE MACMUNN. - The Crimea in Perspective.
ARC92428: LOUIS MACNEICE - Visitations. Poems.
BC15278: LOUIS MACNEICE - contributes his poem 'On Those Islands (A Poem for Hugh MacIver)' to an issue of the periodical 'The Criterion. A Quarterly Review'. Vol. 17, No. 67, January 1938. Edited by T.S.Eliot.
17340: LOUIS MACNEICE - Meet the U.S. Army. Prepared for the Board of Education by the Ministry of Information.
BC12393: LOUIS MACNEICE - Dennis O'Driscoll contributes a review of Louis MacNeice's 'Selected Poems' to a special Irish issue of the periodical Poetry Review.
SPE90179: LOUIS MACNEICE - contributes the first printing of his poem 'Solitary Travel' to an issue of the periodical Encounter
BC15255: LOUIS MACNEICE - Holes in the Sky. Poems 1944-1947.
RB90043: LOUIS MACNEICE - Goethe's Faust. Parts I and II. An abridged version, translated by Louis MacNeice.
ARC92034: LOUIS MACNEICE - Collected Poems 1925-1948.
BC15146: LOUIS MACNEICE - contributes his poem 'Flight of the Heart' to an issue of the American liberal periodical 'The New Republic'. Vol. 103, no. 20
BC15128: LOUIS MACNEICE. - Julian Symons contributes reviews of MacNeice's collection 'The Earth Compels' and his travel collection 'I Crossed the Minch' to an issue of the periodical 'Twentieth Century Verse'. No. 11.
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.
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.
BC14883: LOUIS MACNEICE - Autumn Journal. A Poem [and] Autumn Sequel. A Rhetorical Poem in XXVI Cantos.
BC11055: LOUIS MACNEICE - contributes his essay 'India at First Sight' to the broadcast anthology B.B.C. Features. Edited by Laurence Gilliam.
BC14739: LOUIS MACNEICE - contributes his poems 'Easter Returns' and 'Death of an Old Lady' to an issue of the periodical 'The London Magazine'. Vol. 3, No. 9,
BC12533: LOUIS MACNEICE - Visitations. Poems
ARC060110022: LOUIS MACNEICE - Meet the U.S. Army. Prepared for the Board of Education by the Ministry of Information.
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.
BC14752: LOUIS MACNEICE - contributes four poems to an issue of the periodical ' The London Magazine. Vol. 3, No. 4
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.
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.
15623: SAMUEL JOHNSON. ALEXANDER MAIN - Life and Conversations of Dr.Samuel Johnson. (Founded chiefly upon Boswell). With a preface by George Henry Lewes.
BC13854: ALLAN MALLINSON - Man of War. A Matthew Hervey novel. (SIGNED)
12046: DAVID MALOUF - Child's Play [and] The Bread of Time to Come. Two novellas.
19672: DAVID MAMET - The Village. A novel.
19658: DAVID MAMET - Make-Believe Town. Essays and Remembrances
BC11854: H.A.MANHOOD. - Bread and Vinegar. A story. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC15345: THOMAS MANN - contributes the first instalment of 'Death in Venice' to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 76, No. 3, March 1924.
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.
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
BUL90162: MANNING COLES [I.E. ADELAIDE FRANCES OKE MANNING AND CYRIL HENRY COLES]. - Not Negotiable.
BC14790: OLIVIA MANNING - The Levant Trilogy. Complete in three volumes comprising 'The Danger Tree', 'The Battle Lost and Won' and 'The Sun of Things'.
BC15455: HUGO MANNING - The Secret Sea. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC92313: FREDERIC MANNING (WRITING AS 'PRIVATE 19022'). - Her Privates We.
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)
BC15493: OLIVIA MANNING - The Dreaming Shore.
ARC91878: FREDERIC MANNING (WRITING AS 'PRIVATE 19022'). - The Middle Parts of Fortune. Somme and Ancre, 1916. Complete in two volumes.
ARC91775: KATHERINE MANSFIELD - Something Childish and Other Stories. [edited and with an introductory note by John Middleton Murry].
BUL90112: KATHERINE MANSFIELD. - The Garden Party and Other Stories.
ARC91705: KATHERINE MANSFIELD - The Dove's Nest and Other Stories.
BC15340: KATHERINE MANSFIELD - contributes her twelve-page story 'A Married Man's Story' to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 74, No. 5, May 1923.
ARC92409: HILARY MANTEL - Wolf Hall.
BC15508: HILARY MANTEL - Fludd. A novel.
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.
BUL90258: WALTER DE LA MARE. - A Beginning and Other Stories.
99147: WALTER DE LA MARE. - The Veil and Other Poems.
ARC91935: RUPERT BROOKE. WALTER DE LA MARE. - Rupert Brooke and the Intellectual Imagination. A lecture.
19191: VICTOR MARGOLIN, IRA BRICHTA AND VIVIAN BRICHTA - The Promise and the Product. 200 years of American Advertising Posters.
18794: D.G.ROSSETTI. H.C.MARILLIER - Rossetti. An abridgement of the 1904 edition of his monograph. (INSCRIBED). With illustrations.
13578: GEORGE MARKSTEIN - The Cooler.
ARC91987: LOUIS MARLOW - The Puppets' Dallying. A novel.
14657: THE POWYS BROTHERS. LOUIS UMFREVILLE WILKINSON ["LOUIS MARLOW"] - The Brothers Powys. A Paper.
16460: LOUIS MARLOW. (JOHN COWPER POWYS, T.F.POWYS AND LLEWELYN POWYS) - Welsh Ambassadors. Powys Lives and Letters. With illustrations.
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)
KP90713: GABRIEL GARCÍA MÁRQUEZ - Strange Pilgrims. Stories. Translated from the Spanish of 'Doce Cuentos Peregrinos' by Edith Grossman.
KP90572: GABRIEL GARCÍA MÁRQUEZ - The General in his Labyrinth. Translated from the Spanish of 'El General en su Laberinto' by Edith Grossman.
ARC90772: IRIS MURDOCH. [EDWARD MARSH]. - Sartre. Romantic Rationalist.
BC11490: YANN MARTEL - Beatrice and Virgil. (SIGNED)
BC13829: YANN MARTEL - Life of Pi.
BUL90770: YANN MARTEL - The Facts Behind the Helsinki Roccamatios. Stories. (SIGNED)
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.
ARC90944: GEORGE R.R.MARTIN - A Dance with Dragons. The fifth volume of the author's 'A Song of Fire and Ice' sequence.
BUL90797: GEORGE R.R.MARTIN - Songs the Dead Men Sing. Short stories.
18174: JOHN BETJEMAN. SISTER SYLVIA MARY (EDITOR) - Wantage Poems. With a preface by John Betjeman.
ARC90543: JOHN MASEFIELD - The Midnight Folk. A novel.
ARC91706: JOHN MASEFIELD - The Box of Delights or When the Wolves were Running.
ARC92014: JOHN MASEFIELD - Salt-Water Ballads. (INSCRIBED)
KP90261: JOHN MASEFIELD. - The Midnight Folk. A novel.
ARC91427: JOHN MASEFIELD - The Old Front Line, or The Beginning of the Battle of the Somme.
ARC91723: A.E.W.MASON - The House of the Arrow.
BC15388: EDGAR LEE MASTERS - contributes his poems 'Henry Murray', 'At Fairbanks' and 'George Joslin on "La Menken"', verses subsequently included in his collection 'Domesday Book', to an issue of the periodical 'Poetry. A Magazine of Verse'. Vol. XIV, No. 3, June 1919. Edited by Har
ARC91900: JOHN MASTERS - Bhowani Junction. (SIGNED)
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
BUL90759: POWYS MATHERS - The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night. Rendered into English from the Literal and Complete French Translation of Dr. J.C.Mardrus. Complete in four volumes.
BUL90874: VERA LAUGHTON MATHEWS - Blue Tapestry. [The Story of the Woman's Royal Naval Service].
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)
JUL90358: HENRI MATISSE. - The catalogue of a 1980 exhibition of drawings, sculptures and books at the Fundación Juan March, Madrid.
BC15341: HENRI MATISSE - contributes his oil painting 'Girl at Window' to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 74, No. 6, June 1923.
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)
16617: ROBIN MAUGHAM. (JOHN BETJEMAN INTEREST) - The Barrier.
BC14640: W.SOMERSET MAUGHAM - Points of View. Essays.
BUL90726: W.SOMERSET MAUGHAM - The Razor's Edge. A novel.
ARC91568: W.SOMERSET MAUGHAM. - Liza of Lambeth.
BC11595: ANDRÉ 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 (PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY). - The Field Book; or Sports and Pastimes of the British Islands.
BC14729: GAVIN MAXWELL - Lords of the Atlas. The Rise and Fall of the House of Glaoua 1893-1956.
BC14728: GAVIN MAXWELL - The House of Elrig. [An Autobiography of Childhood].
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)
18669: MARY MCCARTHY - Sights and Spectacles. Theatre Chronicles 1937-1958.
16782: MARY MCCARTHY - A Charmed Life. A novel.
ARC91408: CORMAC MCCARTHY - Outer Dark. A novel.
14010: ALBERT MCCARTHY - Jazzbook 1947. Edited by Albert McCarthy.
ARC91409: CORMAC MCCARTHY - Child of God. A novel.
BC15027: DWIGHT MACDONALD. [MARY MCCARTHY]. - The Memoirs of a Revolutionist. Essays in Political Criticism. (INSCRIBED)
11002: JAMES MCCLURE - Cop World. Policing the Streets of San Diego.
BUL90455: CHARLES MCCORMAC - You'll Die in Singapore.
BC14378: KEN MCCORMICK AND HAMILTON DARBY PERRY - Images of War. The Artist's Vision of World War II. Edited by Ken McCormick and Hamilton Darby Perry and with a foreword by John Hersey.
BC210110002: FRANK MCCOURT - Angela's Ashes. A Memoir of Childhood.
ARC91994: HUGH MACDIARMID [WRITING AS 'HUGH MCDAIRMID']. - First Hymn to Lenin and Other Poems. With an introduction by A.E. (George William Russell).
GAM00056: EVELYN WAUGH. JACQUELINE MCDONNELL. - Waugh on Women.
BC12478: IAN MCEWAN - The Comfort of Strangers. A novel.
BC14375: IAN MCEWAN - The Child in Time
BC14495: IAN MCEWAN - Solar. (SIGNED)
BC13827: IAN MCEWAN - Atonement.
BC11582: IAN MCEWAN - Amsterdam.
BC14470: JOHN MCGAHERN - Creatures of the Earth. New and Selected Stories.
ARC91964: JOHN MCGAHERN. - The Leavetaking. A novel.
KP90574: JOHN MCGAHERN - That They May Face the Rising Sun. A novel.
ARC92079: JOHN MCGAHERN - contributes a lengthy pre-publication extract from his first novel, 'The Barracks', to an issue of 'The Dolmen Miscellany of Irish Writing'. Edited by John Montague and Thomas Kinsella,
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.
BC15365: THOMAS MCGREEVY - contributes his poem 'Saint Senan's Well' to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 85, No. 2, August 1928.
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)
19664: ROLLIE MCKENNA - A Life in Photography
17731: GEORGE CRUIKSHANK. RUARI MCLEAN - George Cruikshank. His Life and Work as a Book Illustrator. With over 50 pages of illustrations.
ARC92056: GEORGE CRUIKSHANK. RUARI MCLEAN. - George Cruikshank. His Life and Work as a Book Illustrator.
BUL90454: KATHARINE MCMAHON - Confinement. (INSCRIBED)
BC13549: JAMES MCMICHAEL - Each in a Place Apart. Poems
BC14491: ST. DOMINIC'S PRESS. FR. VINCENT MCNABB. - God's Book and Other Poems. With wood-engravings by Thomas Derrick.
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.
YP0001: G.R.S.MEAD. - Orpheus.
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.
BUL90582: GEORGE MELLY. (ALFRED WALLIS, SCOTTIE WILSON, CLEVELAND BROWN, JAMES LLOYD, JAMES DIXON &C) - A Tribe of One. Great Naïve 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.
ARC91827: JOHN MELVILLE - Melville's Billy Budd. Edited by F.Barron Freeman.
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.
BC15445: W.S.MERWIN - contributes his poem 'Just This' to an issue of the periodical 'The New Yorker'.
BC14747: W.S.MERWIN - The Moving Target. Poems.
KP90428: CHARLOTTE MEW - Collected Poems
13248: CHARLOTTE MEW - The Rambling Sailor. Poems.
ARC92051: NICHOLAS MEYER - The Seven Per Cent Solution. Being a Reprint from the Reminiscences of John H.Watson, M.D., as edited by Nicholas Meyer.
BC14952: WYNDHAM LEWIS. JEFFREY MEYERS - The Enemy. A Biography of Wyndham Lewis.
BC14951: EDMUND WILSON. JEFFREY MEYERS - Edmund Wilson. A Biography.
18686: E.H.W.MEYERSTEIN - The Boy. A Modern Poem.
BC14064: E.H.W.MEYERSTEIN - New Odes. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
EVES9013: FRANCIS MEYNELL - Seventeen Poems.
BC14038: ALICE MEYNELL - Childhood.
991460: ANNE MICHAELS - Fugitive Pieces.
BC14531: ANNE MICHAELS - Skin Divers. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC14977: WYNDHAM LEWIS. WALTER MICHEL - Wyndham Lewis. Painting and Drawings. With an introductory essay by Hugh Kenner.
JT9021: EUGÈNE DELACROIX. PAUL-HENRI MICHEL. - The Massacre of Chios. With an essay by Paul-Henri Michel.
BC15399: MAX MICHELSON - contributes his "present day myth play" 'The Tired Woman' to an issue of the periodical 'Poetry. A Magazine of Verse'. Vol. XI, No. 5, February 1918. Edited by Harriet Monroe.
BUL90919: JAMES A.MICHENER - Sayonara. A novel.
BC12178: SARA MIDDA - In and Out of the Garden. (INSCRIBED)
BC13757: MARTIN & MARY MIDDLEBROOK - The Somme Battlefields. A Comprehensive Guide from Crécy to the Two World Wars. (SIGNED)
ARC90462: STANLEY MIDDLETON - Holiday. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC15161: STANLEY MIDDLETON - Sterner Stuff. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91834: STANLEY MIDDLETON - A Short Answer. A novel.
19976: JOHN MILES. - Tumulus. (SIGNED)
BUL90781: JACK KEROUAC. BARRY MILES. - Jack Kerouac. Kings of the Beats. A Portrait.
19128: HENRY MILLER - Obscenity and the Law of Reflection.
14798: ANTHOLOGY (HENRY MILLER, MULK RAJ ANAND - LLEWELYN POWYS INTEREST &C). - The New Spirit. Edited by E.W.Martin.
ARC91819: RICHARD JEFFERIES. GEORGE MILLER - By the Brook. Edited and with an introduction by George Miller.
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.
BC12982: DAVID MILLER - The Book of the Spoonmaker.
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 Anaïs 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.
BC15226: JAMES LEES-MILNE - Ancient as the Hills. Diaries 1973-1974.
WA90033: JAMES LEES-MILNE. - Diaries 1942-97. Complete in twelve volumes comprising Ancestral Voices, Prophesying Peace, Caves of Ice, Midway on the Waves, A Mingled Measure, Ancient as the Hills, Through Wood and Dale, Deep Romantic Chasm, Holy Dread, Beneath a Waning Moon, Ceaseles
WA90020: JAMES LEES-MILNE - Fourteen Friends.
BC15227: JAMES LEES-MILNE - Diaries 1942-1954. Abridged and introduced by Michael Bloch.
ARC91268: JAMES LEES-MILNE - Midway on the Waves. Diaries.
BUL90782: JAMES LEES-MILNE - A Mingled Measure. Diaries 1953-1972
WA90028: JAMES LEES-MILNE - Deep Romantic Chasm. Diaries 1979-1981.
ARC90594: JESSIE M.KING. JOHN MILTON. - Comus. A Masque. With illustrations by Jessie M.King.
ARC91887: THOMAS LOWINSKY. JOHN MILTON. - Paradise Regained. With decorations by Thomas Lowinsky.
BC15494: NIGEL TRANTER. JOHN MINTON - There are Worse Jungles. With a dust wrapper design by John Minton.
ARC93022: JOHN MINTON - Speculations on the Contemporary Painter. A lecture delivered at the City of Birmingham College of Arts and Crafts on 25 June 1952.
BC11513: JOAN MIRÓ. - Drawings by Miró from the artist's studio and the Joan Miró 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.
17843: JOAN HASSALL. MARY RUSSELL MITFORD - Our Village. With wood engravings by Joan Hassall.
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
BC14957: MODERNISM. - Circle. International Survey of Constructive Art. Edited by J.L.Martin, Ben Nicholson and N.Gabo.
BUL90865: AMEDEO MODIGLIANI - Modigliani and His Models.
BC15223: SIEGFRIED SASSOON. PAUL MOEYES. - Siegfried Sassoon. Scorched Glory. A Critical Study.
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.
BC14648: JAMES MONEY. (NORMAN DOUGLAS INTEREST). - Capri. Island of Pleasure. (SIGNED)
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.
BC15387: HARRIET MONROE. - A special Harriet Monroe tribute issue of the periodical 'Poetry. A Magazine of Verse'. Vol. XLIX, No. 3, December 1936.
BC15396: HARRIET MONROE - edits and contributes seven poems grouped under the heading 'Poetry of Travel' to an issue of the periodical 'Poetry. A Magazine of Verse'. Vol. IV, No. 6, September 1914. Edited by Harriet Monroe.
BC14661: ANDRENA OSWALD. JOAN KIDDELL-MONROE. - The Edinburgh Lions. With a superb double-spread colour title page illustration and various line drawings by Joan Kiddell-Monroe.
IMM90020: HAROLD NICOLSON. [NICHOLAS MONSERRAT] - Public Faces. A novel.
BC13554: JOHN MONTAGUE - Tides. Poems.
BC11145: C.E.MONTAGUE. - Rough Justice. A novel.
BC14209: EUGENIO MONTALE - The Butterfly of Dinard. Translated from the Italian by G.Singh.
ARC91784: DORIS LANGLEY MOORE - The Woman in Fashion. Illustrated with Costumes from the Author's Collection, photographed by Felix Fonteyn.
BC15348: MARIANNE MOORE - contributes her poem 'The Monkey Puzzler' to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 78, No. 1, January 1925.
BC13347: BRIAN MOORE - The Mangan Inheritance. A novel.
ARC90702: MARIANNE MOORE - A Marianne Moore Reader. (INSCRIBED)
9922813: HENRY MOORE - Carvings and Bronzes 1961-1970. Catalogue of an exhibition. Many illustrations, including numerous tipped-in colour-plates.
19680: BRIAN MOORE - Lies of Silence
BC040910007: HENRY MOORE - Henry Moore. The catalogue of a 1985 exhibition of Henry Moore drawings at the Waddington Galleries.
BC12840: HUBERT MOORE - Namesakes. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC13760: WILLIAM MOORE - A Wood Called Bourlon. The Cover-Up after Cambrai, 1917.
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
EVES9084: MARIANNE MOORE - contributes a review of Edwin Arlington Robinson's 'The Man Who Died Twice' to an issue of the periodical The Dial.
BC12490: HENRY MOORE - Early Carvings 1920-1940. The catalogue of a 1982 Leeds Art Galleries exhibition.
ARC92352: BRIAN MOORE - Judith Hearne. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC11562: HENRY MOORE. - The catalogue of a 1949 exhibition at the Musée d'Art Moderne, Paris. Organised by the British Council and with an introduction by Herbert Read.
JUL90416: HENRY MOORE - Shelter and Coal Mining Drawings 1939-1942. The catalogue of a 1984 touring British Council exhibition.
BC14566: BRIAN MOORE - The Great Victorian Collection. A novel.
ARC90135: BRIAN MOORE. - I Am Mary Dunne.
ARC91659: GEORGE MOORE - Ulick and Soracha. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC93023: MARIANNE MOORE - Poems.
19277: ALAN MOOREHEAD - The Fatal Impact. The Invasion of the South Pacific 1767-1840.
19869: HANNAH MORE. - Tales for Young Persons
JH900071: GOTTLOB MORÉ - 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.
KP90734: JAMES MORRIS - South African Winter.
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.
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.
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.
11526: WILLIAM MORRIS - The Water of the Wondrous Isles.
BUL90795: ALAN MORRIS - First of the Many. The Story of Independent Force, RAF. With a foreword by Air Marshal Sir Robert Saundby
BC12299: EDWIN ARLINGTON ROBINSON. LLOYD MORRIS. - The Poetry of Edwin Arlington Robinson. An Essay in Appreciation. With a bibliography by W.van R.Whitall.
ARC91959: TONI MORRISON - Sula.
BC14000: BLAKE MORRISON - Dark Glasses. Poems. (SIGNED)
ARC91958: TONI MORRISON - Song of Solomon.
BC10985: JOHN MORTIMER. - Like Men Betrayed. (SIGNED)
ARC92361: JOHN MORTIMER - Charade. A novel.
ARC91335: JOHN MORTIMER - Like Men Betrayed.
ARC91864: J.B.MORTON (I.E. 'BEACHCOMBER'). - 1933 and Still Going Wrong! With drawings by Nicholas Bentley. (THE DEDICATION COPY)
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.
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".
BUL90349: WALTER MOSLEY. - Gone Fishin'. An Easy Rawlins novel.
BUL90350: WALTER MOSLEY. - Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned.
ARC92434: W.STANLEY MOSS. (PATRICK LEIGH FERMOR INTEREST). - Ill Met by Moonlight.
BUL90911: STIRLING MOSS. - A Turn at the Wheel. Illustrated with photographs.
BC14401: W.STANLEY MOSS - A War of Shadows.
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
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)
ARC92383: ANDREW MOTION - Goodnestone. A Sequence. (SIGNED)
10606: R.H.MOTTRAM - The Crime at Vanderlynden's. Volume three The Spanish Farm trilogy.
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.
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.
BC11149: R.H.MOTTRAM. - The Spanish Farm. With a preface by John Galsworthy.
BC100211005: R.H.MOTTRAM. - To Hell with Crabb Robinson. (INSCRIBED).
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.
BC15005: BERNARD MUDDIMAN. (AUBREY BEARDSLEY INTEREST). - The Men of the Nineties. [Being a Note on some of the Writers of that Period].
16811: BERNARD MUDDIMAN. (AUBREY BEARDSLEY INTEREST). - The Men of the Nineties. [Being a Note on some of the Writers of that Period]
14226: CHARLES S.MUIR - A Trip to Polaris; or 264 Trillion Miles in an Aeroplane. With plans and illustrations.
BC14889: EDWIN MUIR - Transition. Essays of Contemporary Literature.
17923: PERCY MUIR - Victorian Illustrated Books. With numerous illustrations.
17918: EDWIN MUIR - The Marionette.
BC14887: EDWIN MUIR (WRITING AS 'EDWARD MOORE'). - We Moderns: Enigmas and Guesses.
10068: EDWIN MUIR - We Moderns: Enigmas and Guesses.
BUL90674: EDWIN MUIR. - Collected Poems 1921-1951.
KP90504: EDWIN MUIR - The Labyrinth. Poems.
BC15157: EDWIN MUIR - contributes a portrait of Arnold Bennett to an issue of the monthly periodical 'The Calendar of Modern Letters'. Vol. 1, no. 4.
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.
BC14888: EDWIN MUIR - Latitudes.
BC15159: EDWIN MUIR - contributes the first printing of his poems 'The Coward, The Harlot and The Mystic' (subsequently included in his collection 'Chorus of the Newly Dead') to an issue of the monthly periodical 'The Calendar of Modern Letters'. Vol. 2, no. 10.
BC13219: PAUL MULDOON - Horse Latitudes. Poems.
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.
BC13592: PAUL MULDOON - Plan B. Poems. With photographs by Norman McBeath.
BC13238: PAUL MULDOON - Medley for Morin Khur. Poems. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
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.
BC13687: ADMIRAL GEORG VON MÜLLER - The Kaiser and His Court. The Diaries, Note Books and Letters of Admiral Georg Alexander von Müller, Chief of the Naval Cabinet, 1914-1918. Selected and edited by Walter Görlitz.
BUL90507: JUAN MUÑOZ - Double Bind at the Tate Modern. Published to accompany a 2001-02 Turbine Hall exhibition at the Tate Modern.
ARC90833: SAKI / H.H.MUNRO - The Toys of Peace and Other Papers.
ARC92452: H.H.MUNRO (SAKI). - Beasts and Super Beasts. Stories.
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.
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 of 'Notre-Dame des Desempares' by Peter Wiles
BUL90642: IRIS MURDOCH - A Fairly Honourable Defeat. A novel.
BC15410: IRIS MURDOCH - An Accidental Man. A novel.
ARC91969: IRIS MURDOCH - The Sandcastle. A novel.
16425: IRIS MURDOCH, JOHN BAYLEY - Iris. A Memoir.
BC13261: IRIS MURDOCH - The Existentialist Political Myth. With a foreword by Robin Waterfield.
KP90662: IRIS MURDOCH - The Good Apprentice. A novel.
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.
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.
19806: YVOR WINTERS. FRANCIS MURPHY - Yvor Winters. Uncollected Essays and Reviews. Edited and with an introduction by Francis Murphy.
BC11551: GEORGE MACKAY BROWN. ROWENA MURRAY AND BRIAN MURRAY. - Interrogation of Silence. The Writings of George Mackay Brown.
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)
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.
BC14878: L.H.MYERS. - The Pool of Vishnu. A novel.
13862: L.H.MYERS - The Pool of Vishnu. A novel.
BC14637: JULIE MYERSON - Sleepwalking.
ARC91961: VLADIMIR NABOKOV - Invitation to a Beheading. A novel. Translated from the Russian by Dmitri Nabokov in collaboration with the author.
ARC91309: MAURICE NADEAU - The History of Surrealism. Translated from the French of 'Histoire du Surréalisme' by Richard Howard and with an introduction by Roger Shattuck.
BC14990: ALFRED STIEGLITZ. WESTON J.NAEF. - The Collection of Alfred Stieglitz. Fifty Pioneers of Modern Photography.
SPE90140: V.S.NAIPAUL - The Suffrage of Elvira.
KP90270: V.S.NAIPAUL. - The Overcrowded Barracoon and Other Articles.
KP90724: V.S.NAIPAUL. - Half a Life. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC13960: V.S.NAIPAUL - The Mimic Men.
BUL90712: OGDEN NASH - Collected Verse. From 1929 on.
ARC92329: ROBERT GRAVES. PAUL NASH. - Welchman's Hose. Poems. With wood engravings by Paul Nash.
BC14376: DAVID NASH - David Nash at Kew Gardens
16820: OGDEN NASH - The Primrose Path. Verse. With drawings by [Otto] Soglow.
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.
16818: JOHN NASH, ERIC BAUME - Five Graves at Nijmegen. With a drawing for the front cover by John Nash.
JUL90423: DAVID NASH - An extensive printed archive of the noted wood sculptor.
ARC90870: JOHN NASH - The Artist Plantsman. (SIGNED)
99306: OGDEN NASH - The Private Dining-Room and Other New Verses.
BC11208: PAUL NASH. - Paul Nash 1989-1946. Paintings, Watercolours and Drawings. The catalogue of a 1948 Tate Gallery Memorial Exhibition.
BC14526: GEORGE NASH - Upstream and Other Poems. (INSCRIBED)
19893: NORMAN FRANKS. PAUL NASH - Battle of Britain
9534: ROBERT NATHAN - Road of Ages.
KP90167: BILL NAUGHTON. - One Small Boy.
KP90166: BILL NAUGHTON. - Rafe Granite. A novel.
KP90168: BILL NAUGHTON. - Alfie [and] Alfie Darling. (with ALS).
BC14985: FRANCIS M.NAUMAN WITH BETH VENN - Making Mischief: Dada Invades New York.
BC15062: FRANCIS M.NAUMANN - New York Dada 1915-23.
ARC91423: PETER NEAGOE - Americans Abroad. An anthology. Edited and with a foreword by Peter Neagoe.
19308: V.A.NEATHERWAY. - Return to the Battlefields.
ARC92006: EUGENE O'NEILL. - Thirst. And Other One Act Plays.
BC14876: EUGENE O'NEILL - Beyond the Horizon and Gold. Two Plays.
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)
12284: GEORGE HENRY NETTLETON - English Drama of the Restoration and Eighteenth Century (1642-1780).
BUL90571: RICHARD NEVILLE - Play Power.
BC13348: ERIC NEWBY - On the Shores of the Mediterranean.
ARC92408: ERIC NEWBY - Love and War in the Apennines.
ARC90430: P.H.NEWBY. - Agents and Witnesses. A novel.
ARC91746: ERIC NEWBY - What the Traveller Saw. (SIGNED)
ARC91981: ERIC NEWBY. - The Last Grain Race. (SIGNED)
17142: CHARLES DICKENS. S.J.NEWMAN - Dickens at Play.
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.
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.
BC15256: NORMAN NICHOLSON - Rock Face. Poems.
BC15257: NORMAN NICHOLSON - Birth by Drowning. A play.
19282: HELMUT NICKEL. - Arms and Armour through the Ages. Illustrated with photographs by Bruce Pendleton.
17197: CHARLES DICKENS. W.ROBERTSON NICOLL - The Problem of Edwin Drood. A Study in the Methods of Dickens.,
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.
BC11728: ANAÏS NIN. - Journal of a Wife. The Early Diary of Anaïs Nin 1923-1927. With a preface by Joaquin Nin-Culmell.
16709: WILLIAM FRITH. AUBREY NOAKES - William Frith. Extraordinary Victorian Painter. A biographical & critical essay. With numerous illustrations and plates, some in colour.
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)
BC15122: DOROTHY NORMAN (EDITOR). - Twice a Year. A Semi-Annual Journal of Literature, the Arts and Civil Liberties. Edited and published by Dorothy Norman. A complete run of this important journal; fifteen issues (in nine volumes) spanning fall/winter 1938 fall/winter 1945, but lacking th
17168: CHARLES DICKENS. NORMAN & JEANNE MACKENZIE - Dickens. A Life. With illustrations.
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.
BC15054: ALFRED STIEGLITZ. DOROTHY NORMAN - Alfred Stieglitz. An American Seer.
BUL90273: PHILIP NORMAN. - Words of Love. A Novella and Stories. (INSCRIBED)
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)
14543: T.E.LAWRENCE. ANTHONY NUTTING - Lawrence of Arabia. The Man and the Motive. With illustrations.
BC15446: ROBERT NYE - Doubtfire. A novel.
BC13136: ROBERT NYE - Collected Poems. (INSCRIBED)
KP90712: ROBERT NYE. - Merlin.
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.
12064: SEÁN OFAOLÁIN - The Stories of Seán OFaoláin. With an introduction by the author.
BC12561: MABEL OGILVY - With the Guards We Shall Go. A Guardsman's Letters in the Crimea 1854-1855.
KP90681: BEN OKRI - The Famished Road. A novel.
BC13919: BEN OKRI. - Birds of Heaven. Two essays. (SIGNED)
19719: Y.OLESHA [AND] V.KAVERIN - Envy [and] Unknown Artist. Translated by P.Ross.
15846: F.D.OMMANNEY - South Latitude. (SIGNED)
BC13069: MICHAEL ONDAATJE - Handwriting. Poems.
BC14537: MICHAEL ONDAATJE - Anil's Ghost. (SIGNED)
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.
ARC91940: OLIVER ONIONS - The Compleat Bachelor. A novel.
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.
BUL90887: F.M.ORTAS. - Fifty Centimos. A novel. Translated from the Spanish by Christopher Martin.
991223: JOE ORTON - Crimes of Passion. Two plays.
ARC91680: JOE ORTON - Entertaining Mr. Sloane. A Comedy.
ARC91801: GEORGE ORWELL - Inside the Whale and Other Essays.
ARC92338: GEORGE ORWELL - The English People.
BC15140: GEORGE ORWELL - contributes 'Reflections on Gandhi', the first printing of this eight-page review of Gandhi's 'The Story of My Experiments with Truth', to an issue of the periodical 'Partisan Review'. Vol. xvi, no. 1
9922544: S.J.PERELMAN. R.OSBORN - Acres and Pains. With drawings by R.Osborn.
BC10240: CHARLES OSBORNE AND SIDNEY NOLAN. - Swansong. Poems by Charles Osborne with drawings by Sidney Nolan.
BC10992: JOHN OSBORNE AND ANTHONY CREIGHTON - Epitaph for George Dillon. A play in three acts.
IMM90050: NONESUCH PRESS. THOMAS OTWAY - The Complete Works of Thomas Otway. Edited by Montague Summers. (Complete in three volumes).
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.
BUL90961: UNDERGROUND PRESS. OZ - OZ 46. January/February 1973.
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.
BUL90812: MARCEL PAGNOL - The Time of Love. Translated from the French by Eileen Ellenbogen.
ARC91060: HERBERT EDWARD PALMER - The Judgement of François Villon. A Pageant-Episode in Five Acts. (SIGNED)
ARC90492: HERBERT EDWARD PALMER. - The Judgement of François Villon. A Pageant-Episode in Five Acts.
17934: SAMUEL PALMER, DAVID CECIL - Visionary & Dreamer. Two Poetic Painters: Samuel Palmer & Edward Burne-Jones. With nearly 70 illustrations
ARC91970: ROBERT GIBBINGS. HERBERT PALMER. - The Roving Angler. With wood engravings by Robert Gibbings.
BC120210007: HERBERT E.PALMER - Jonah Comes to Nineveh. (SIGNED)
JUL040310062: SAMUEL PALMER. - Geoffrey Grigson contributes the 13-page essay "Samuel Palmer's Friends" to an issue of the periodical 'Horizon'.
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,
BC12651: ORHAN PAMUK - My Name is Red. Translated from the Turkish of 'Benim Adim Kirmizi' by Erdag M.Göknar (SIGNED)
BC14471: ORHAN PAMUK - The Naïve and the Sentimental Novelist. The Charles Eliot Norton Lectures, 2009. Translated from the Turkish by Nazim Dikbas.
BC12653: ORHAN PAMUK - Other Colours. Essays and a Story. Translated from the Turkish of 'Öteki 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.
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.
BC14554: H.E.BATES. AGNES MILLER PARKER. - Down the River. With eighty-three wood engravings by Agnes Miller Parker.
ARC92094: JOHN COWPER POWYS. AGNES MILLER PARKER. - Lucifer. A Poem. With engravings by Agnes Miller Parker. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC91980: DOROTHY PARKER - After Such Pleasures.
19595: HARRY PARKES - The Man Who Would Like to Marry.
15892: PRE-RAPHAELITES. LESLIE PARRIS (EDITOR) - Pre-Raphaelite Papers. Edited by Leslie Parris. With many illustrations.
ARC91445: CLERE PARSONS - Poems.
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