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CAS0163: ERICH MARIA REMARQUE - All Quiet on the Western Front. Translated from the German by A.W.Wheen.
BC12071: RUTH RENDELL - The Keys to the Street. (DOUBLE SIGNED)
BC15927: LUDWIG RENN - War. Translated from the German of 'Krieg' by Willa & Edwin Muir.
GAM900293: THE POETRY REVIEW. - The Poetry Review. Volume 1 (January to December, 1912). Edited by Harold Monro.
19829: JOHN CONSTABLE. GRAHAM REYNOLDS - Catalogue of The Constable Collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum
BC13125: OLIVER REYNOLDS - Skevington's Daughter. Poems. (SIGNED)
BUL90901: FREDERIC LORD LEIGHTON. ERNEST RHYS. - Frederic Lord Leighton. Late President of the Royal Academy of Arts. An Illustrated Record of His Life and Work.
BC15398: ERNEST RHYS - contributes his poems 'The Hunting-Song of Them That Did Not Hunt' and 'Dagonet's Canzonet' to an issue of the periodical 'Poetry. A Magazine of Verse'. Vol. II, No. 6, September 1913. Edited by Harriet Monroe.
BC15920: JEAN RHYS - Wide Sargasso Sea. A novel. With an introduction by Francis Wyndham.
BUL90775: ANNE RICE - The Queen of the Damned. The Third Book in the Vampire Chronicles.
BC16030: CERI RICHARDS - Ceri Richards. The catalogue of a 1981 exhibition at The Tate Gallery.
JUL040310044: CERI RICHARDS - The catalogue of a retrospective exhibition at the Whitechapel Art Gallery 1960. With a lengthy introduction by David Thompson and a biographical note.
BUL90620: POLAR EXPLORATION. R.W.RICHARDS. - The Ross Sea Shore Party 1914-17.
BC15721: CERI RICHARDS - The Magic Horse. From the Arabian Nights. Translated by Edward W.Lane and with magnificent colour illustrations by Ceri Richards.
11553: MORDECAI RICHLER - A Choice of Enemies.
BC11632: DONALD RICHTER - Chemical Soldiers. British Gas Warfare in World War One.
ARC92093: EDGELL RICKWORD - Behind the Eyes. Poems.
BC12357: THE BLUE RIDER - The Blue Rider in the Lenbachhaus, Munich. Masterpieces by Franz Marc, Vassily Kandinsky, Gabriele Münter, Alexei Jawlensky, August Macke and Paul Klee. With a forty-eight page introductory essay by Armin Zweite and commentaries and biographies by Annegre
BC13856: LAURA RIDING - First Awakenings: The Early Poems. Edited by Elizabeth Friedmann, Alan J.Clark and Robert Nye.
BC13237: ANNE RIDLER - The Nine Bright Shiners. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC15244: JOHN PIPER. ANNE RIDLER. - The Jesse Tree. With drawings by John Piper.
ARC92464: LENI RIEFENSTAHL - The Last of the Nuba.
BC15355: RAINER MARIA RILKE - contributes nine prose poems, translated from the German by Freddie Döhle Lee, to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 80, No. 5, May 1926
BUL90840: WILLIAM TUCKER. RAINER MARIA RILKE. - Sonnets to Orpheus I: i-x. A new translation by Christopher Salvesen. With drawings by William Tucker.
BC15751: JAMES RIORDAN - Stone. The Controversies, Excesses, and Exploits of a Radical Filmmaker. A Biography of Oliver Stone. Illustrated with photographs, and with a foreword by Michael Douglas.
JH301109021: CHARLES QUEST-RITSON - The English Garden Abroad.
BC15490: MARY KENT RIVERS - Folk Rhymes of the Great War.
9038: KEITH ROBERTS - The Lordly Ones. Stories.
15683: SAMUEL JOHNSON. S.C.ROBERTS - The Story of Doctor Johnson. Being an Introduction to Boswell's "Life". With plates.
ARC92703: S.C.ROBERTS. - A History of the Cambridge University Press 1521-1921. (INSCRIBED)
991839: MICHELE ROBERTS - Daughters of the House. A novel.
18789: BRIAN ROBERTS - Ladies in the Veld. With illustrations and photographs.
15914: KEITH ROBERTS - The Road to Paradise. A novel. With drawings by the author.
JT9017: CAMILLE COROT. KEITH ROBERTS. - Corot. A monograph.
991838: KEITH ROBERTS - Anita. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC13662: SIEGFRIED SASSOON. JOHN STUART ROBERTS - Siegfried Sassoon (1886-1967). A biography.
19655: KEITH ROBERTS - The Boat of Fate. A novel
20018: KEITH ROBERTS. - The Inner Wheel. A novel.
BC16111: DAVID ROBERTS - We Are the Dead. Poems and Paintings from the Great War, 1914-1918. Selected and introduced by David Roberts.
ARC030909004: KEITH ROBERTS - The Inner Wheel. A novel.
19994: KEITH ROBERTS. - Kiteworld.
99353: MICHAEL ROBERTS - Orion Marches. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
15910: KEITH ROBERTS - The Natural History of the P.H. (SIGNED)
19925: S.C.ROBERTS AND W.G.BLACKALL. - The Charm of Cambridge.
19881: KEITH ROBERTS - Kiteworld. (SIGNED)
19135: ROBERT ROBERTSON - The Dog Chairman A selection from his 'Spectator' column. (INSCRIBED)
BC15667: KIM STANLEY ROBINSON - New York 2140. A novel.
ARC90892: HEATH ROBINSON - Monarchs of Merrie England. Verse by Roland Carse with pictures, vignettes and eight splendid full-page colour plates by W.Heath Robinson. Complete in four volumes (William I to George V).
BC12848: PETER ROBINSON - This Other Life. Poems.
BUL90952: HEATH ROBINSON AND K.R.G.BROWNE. - How to Make a Garden Grow
19786: EDWIN ARLINGTON ROBINSON - Cavender's House.
BC12849: PETER ROBINSON - Lost and Found. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BUL90585: JOHN MARTIN ROBINSON - The Wyatt's. An Architectural Dynasty. With a foreword by Woodrow Wyatt. INSCRIBED BY WOODROW WYATT).
WA90048: MARILYNNE ROBINSON - Gilead. A novel.
BC16103: PHILLIP ROCK - The Passing Bells. A novel.
BUL90922: W.R.RODGERS - Essex Roundabout. With a frontispiece and various drawings by Meg Stevens. Designed by Roger Stevens.
14560: T.E.LAWRENCE. SELDEN RODMAN - Lawrence: The Last Crusade. (A 'dramatic-narrative poem').
17595: ELEANOUR SINCLAIR ROHDE - The Story of the Garden. With a chapter on American gardens by Mrs.Francis King. Illustrations.
ARC92502: FREDERICK ROLFE AND HARRY PIRIE-GORDON (WRITING AS 'PROSPERO AND CALIBAN'). - The Weird of the Wanderer. Being Some Papyrus Records of Some Incidents in One of the Previous Lives of Mr. Nicholas Crabbe.
19138: C.H.ROLPH - As I Was Saying. A selection from his various journalistic columns. (WITH A SIGNED LETTER).
19136: C.H.ROLPH - Books in the Dock. With a foreword by John Mortimer.
JUL90418: JŘRN RŘNNAU - Skov Kunst [Forest Art].
19804: JAMES LUMSDEN. S.ROSCOE & R.A.BRIMMELL - James Lumsden & Son of Glasgow. Their Juvenile Books and Chapbooks
11954: F.HORACE ROSE - The Maniac's Dream. A Novel of the Atomic Bomb.
JUL90225: BARBARA ROSE. - American Painting. The Twentieth Century.
BC15737: ISAAC ROSENBERG, JEAN MOORCROFT WILSON. - Isaac Rosenberg. The Making of a Great War Poet. A New Life.
19823: MORT ROSENBLUM AND DOUG WILLIAMSON - Squandering Eden. Africa at the Edge.
BC15080: ISAAC ROSENFELD - Passage from Home. A novel.
BC15082: ISAAC ROSENFELD - An Age of Enormity. Life and Writing in the Forties and Fifties. Edited and with an introduction by Theodore Solotaroff, and with a foreword by Saul Bellow.
BC15083: ISAAC ROSENFELD - Alpha and Omega. Stories.
BC14926: PAUL ROSENFELD - Paul Rosenfeld. Voyager in the Arts. Edited by Jerome Mellquist and Lucie Wiese.
16083: VIRGINIA WOOLF. MICHAEL ROSENTHAL - Virginia Woolf. A Critical Study.
KP90129: ALAN ROSS - African Negatives. Poems.
SPE90166: ALAN ROSS - contributes three South African-themed poems ('In Bloemfontein', 'At Umhlanga' and 'Sometime Never') to an issue of the periodical 'Encounter'. Vol. XIV, No. 2, February 1960.
19697: RONALD H.ROSS - The Georgian Revolt. Rise and Fall of a Poetic Ideal 1910-22.
ARC90821: ALAN ROSS - A Calcutta Grandmother.
ARC91837: J.MACLAREN-ROSS - The Stuff to Give the Troops. Twenty-Five Tales of Army Life.
ARC92682: J.MACLAREN ROSS. - Of Love and Hunger. A novel.
17408: D.G.ROSSETTI - The Letters of Dante Gabriel Rossetti to his Publisher, F.S.Ellis. Edited with notes by Oswald Doughty.
17409: DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI - The Letters of Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Volumes III (1871-1876) and IV (1877-1882). Edited by Oswald Doughty & J.R.Wahl.
15894: W.M.ROSSETTI - Ruskin. Rossetti. PreRaphaelitism. Papers 1854 to 1862. Edited with notes by W.M.Rossetti.
RW0012: DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI - The Siddal edition of the works of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, complete in seven volumes comprising 'Ballads', 'The House of Life', 'Poems' (4 separate volumes), and Rossetti's English translation of Dante's 'The New Life' ('La Vita Nuova'). Edited by W.M.Ros
19835: W.M.ROSSETTI - Ruskin. Rossetti. PreRaphaelitism. Papers 1854 to 1862. Edited with notes by W.M.Rossetti. Illustrations.
BC14885: HENRY ROTH. - Call it Sleep. With a foreword by Walter Allen.
ARC91454: STANLEY SPENCER. ELIZABETH ROTHENSTEIN. - Stanley Spencer. A monograph.
BC11780: HENRI ROUSSEAU. - Henri Rousseau. The catalogue of a 1985 exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
991090: LAWRENCE DURRELL. EMMANUEL ROYIDIS - Pope Joan. A Romantic Biography. Translated from the Greek by Lawrence Durrell.
KP90508: BERNICE RUBENS - Mate in Three.
BC12205: BERNICE RUBENS - Go Tell the Lemming. A novel.
BC13843: RICHARD RUDD - Cinema. A Critical Dictionary: The Major Film-Makers. Edited by Richard Rudd. Complete in two volumes.
9922349: GUIDO DE RUGGIERO - Existentialism. An essay. Translated from the Italian by E.M.Cocks and edited by Rayner Heppenstall.
EVES9076: MURIEL RUKEYSER - contributes 'The Tunnel', the first printing of this poem which was subsequently included in her award-winning debut collection 'Theory of Flight' to an issue of 'The Magazine. A Journal of Contemporary Writing'. Vol. II, No. 3. November-December 1934
BUL90752: JAMES RUNCIE - Sidney Chambers and the Perils of the Night. (SIGNED)
BUL90710: DAMON RUNYON - Guys and Dolls. With an introduction by Heywood Broun.
15922: DAMON RUNYON - The Turps. With drawings by Josef and Lieutenant-Colonel Frank Wilson.
BC13475: NORMAN RUSH - Mating. A novel
KP90387: SALMAN RUSHDIE - Joseph Anton. A Memoir. (SIGNED)
BC14496: SALMAN RUSHDIE - East, West. (SIGNED)
ARC92873: SALMAN RUSHDIE - The Satanic Verses. A novel. (SIGNED)
BUL90477: SALMAN RUSHDIE - Fury. A novel (SIGNED)
BC13206: SALMAN RUSHDIE - Luka and the Fire of Life. A novel.
SPE90124: JOHN RUSKIN - The Stones of Venice. Introductory Chapters and Local Indices for the use of Travellers while Staying in Venice and Verona. Complete in two volumes
15634: SAMUEL JOHNSON. REV.J.F.RUSSELL - The Life of Dr. Samuel Johnson. With frontispiece and decorations.
BUL90121: BERTRAND RUSSELL. - Philosophy and Politics. The Fourth Annual Lecture of the National Book League, delivered on October 22nd 1946.
19832: SCOTT RUSSELL - Mountain Prospect.
ARC91939: PETER QUENNELL. ALBERT RUTHERSTON - Inscription on a Fountain-Head. With drawings by Albert Rutherston. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC15004: FRANK RUTTER, CHARLES GINNER AND H.GILMAN - Art and Letters. An Illustrated Quarterly. Edited by Frank Rutter, Charles Ginner and H.Gilman. Complete in two volumes.
18916: VIKTOR RYDBERG - The Magic of the Middle Ages. Translated from the Swedish by August Hjalmar Edgren.
ARC92883: RAFAEL SABATINI - Turbulent Tales. Stories.
BC13621: AMY SACKVILLE - Orkney
ARC90584: M.T.H.SADLER. - Hyssop. A novel.
BUL91065: FRANÇOISE SAGAN - Those Without Shadows. A novel. Translated from the French of 'Dans un mois, dans un an' by Irene Ash.
99635: TED HUGHES. KEITH SAGAR & STEPHEN TABOR. - Ted Hughes. A Bibliography 1946-1980. Compiled by Keith Sagar & Stephen Tabor.
ARC92512: HESTER SAINSBURY - Lucina Sine Concubitu: A Letter Humbly Address d to the Royal Society; in which is proved by most Incontestable Evidence, drawn from Reason and Practice, that a Woman may conceive and be brought to Bed without any Commerce with Man.
ARC92896: PAUL MORAND. HESTER SAINSBURY. - Earth Girdled. Translated from the French of 'Rien que la Terre' by Charles-Emile Roche and with woodcuts by Hester Sainsbury.
ARC90925: SAKI (HECTOR H.MUNRO). - The Westminster Alice. With drawings by F.Carruthers Gouls ("with apologies to Sir John Tenniel").
19891: PETER GOODDEN. BEVIS SALE - Exposure. A poem. With an illustration by Bevis Sale
ARC92315: FELIX SALTEN - Bambi. A Life in the Woods. Translated from the German by Whittaker Chambers and with an introduction by John Galsworthy [and illustrations by Kurt Wiese].
14267: JEREMY SANDFORD - Cathy Come Home.
BUL90935: ROBERTO SANESI - Information Report. Translated from the Italian with an introduction and notes by William Alexander.
ARC91210: WILLIAM SANSOM - Something Terrible, Something Lovely. Stories.
18797: WILLIAM SANSOM - Grand Tour Today.
KP90292: WILLIAM SANSOM. - The Face of Innocence. A novel
KP90293: WILLIAM SANSOM. - The Loving Eye. A novel.
KP90410: WILLIAM SANSOM - South. Aspects and Images from Corsica, Italy and Southern France.
BC13546: PETER SANSOM - The Astrologer in Nottingham. Poems. With drawings by Anna Karvot. (INSCRIBED)
19239: WILLIAM ALLEN WHITE. TONY SARG. - The Martial Adventures of Henry and Me. With illustrations by Tony Sarg.
KP90297: WILLIAM SAROYAN. - Peace, it's Wonderful. Stories.
KP90298: WILLIAM SAROYAN. - The Assyrian and Other Stories.
KP90300: WILLIAM SAROYAN. - Places Where I've Done Time.
KP90296: WILLIAM SAROYAN. - The Gay and Melancholy Flux. Stories.
ARC91957: MAY SARTON - Inner Landscape. Poems.
BC10156: JEAN-PAUL SARTRE. - The full text of Sartre's 'La Monde' interview given just after the publication of his first volume of autobiography is reprinted in an issue of the periodical 'Encounter'. Vol. XXII, no. 6, June 1964. Edited by Stephen Spender and Melvin J.Lasky.
BC15408: SIEGFRIED SASSOON - Diaries 1915-1918. Edited and with an introduction by Rupert Hart-Davis.
BC13062: SIEGFRIED SASSOON - Rhymed Ruminations. Poems.
BC11355: SIEGFRIED SASSOON. - Vigils. Poems.
BC15349: SIEGFRIED SASSOON - contributes his poem 'Evensong at Westminster Abbey' to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 78, No. 4, April 1925
BC14620: SIEGFRIED SASSOON - Letters to a Critic. With an introduction and notes by the recipient, Michael Thorpe.
FP90005: BASIL SAUNDERS. - The Oxford Viewpoint. Monthly Review. Vol. 2, no. 4. November 1948. Edited by Basil Saunders.
JT9023: PETER PAUL RUBENS. JACQUELINE BOUCHOT-SAUPIQUE. - Helena Fourment. With an essay by Jacqueline Bouchot-Saupique.
ARC91521: DOROTHY L.SAYERS - The Greatest Drama Ever Staged.
19725: DOROTHY L.SAYERS - edits and contributes three poems to the anthology Oxford Poetry 1919
ARC92605: DOROTHY L.SAYERS - The Devil to Pay. Being the famous History of John Faustus the Conjurer of Wittenberg in Germany; how he sold his immortal soul to the Enemy of Mankind, and was served XXIV years by Mephistopheles, and obtained Helen of Troy to his paramour, with many oth
ARC90658: DOROTHY L.SAYERS (PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY). - The Recipe Book of the Mustard Club. A Treasury of Delectable Dishes both New and Old, in the right tradition of good English Cookery, edited by "Gourmet". With illustrations by J.Gilroy.
BC13066: VERNON SCANNELL - Walking Wounded. Poems 1962-65.
99374: FRANCIS SCARFE - Inscapes. Poems
BC14770: EGON SCHIELE. - Nudes.
19396: FRIEDRICH SCHILLING - Flieger an allen Fronten. [A Fligher on all Fronts].
BC14514: BERNHARD SCHLINK - Summer Lies. Stories. Translated from the German of 'Sommerlügen' by Carol Brown Janeway (SIGNED)
ARC91396: UWE M.SCHNEEDE - Surrealism.
KP90399: GEORGE GROSZ. UWE M.SCHNEEDE. - George Grosz. His Life and Work. Translated from the German by Susanne Fletcher.
BC12850: MYRA SCHNEIDER - Multiplying the Moon. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC12876: MYRA SCHNEIDER - Insisting on Yellow. New and Selected Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC15337: ARTHUR SCHNITZLER - contributes an instalment of his story 'Doctor Graesler', translated from the German by Paul Bloomfield Zeisler, to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 73, No. 3, September 1922.
BC15338: ARTHUR SCHNITZLER - contributes an instalment of his story 'Doctor Graesler', translated from the German by Paul Bloomfield Zeisler, to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 73, No. 4, October 1922.
BC12474: ARNOLD SCHOENBERG AND WASSILY KANDINSKY. ESTHER DA COSTA MEYER AND FRED WASSERMAN. - Schoenberg, Kandinsky, and the Blue Rider. Edited by Esther da Costa Meyer and Fred Wasserman.
BUL90396: ARNOLD SCHÖNBERG. - The Visions of Arnold Schönberg. The Painting Years. Published to accompany a 2002 exhibition at the Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt.
BC15090: DELMORE SCHWARTZ. - The Ego is Always at the Wheel. Bagatelles. Edited by Robert Phillips.
BC13940: LEONARDO SCIASCIA - The Council of Egypt. Translated from the Italian of 'Il Consiglio d'Egitto' by Adrienne Foulke.
19852: MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS - Notes on the Authentic Portraits of Mary Queen of Scots. Based on the Researches of the Late Sir George Scharf, K.C.B., Rewritten in the light of New Information by Lionel Cust.
99549: JEFFERSON HOGG. WINIFRED SCOTT. - Jefferson Hogg.
99803: G.K.CHESTERTON. REV. WILLIAM T.SCOTT - Chesterton and Other Essays.
BC12642: GEORGES SCOTT - contributes two full-page colour Great War watercolours to an August 1915 issue of the weekly French newspaper L'illustration.
ARC92418: PERIODICAL. PAUL SCOTT. - Poets Now in the Services. No. 1 and 2. Edited by A.E.Lowy.
BC13035: JEREMY SCOTT - Dancing on Ice. (SIGNED)
18375: JAPANESE SCREENS - Japanese Screen Paintings. Landscapes and Figures. Catalogue of an exhibition. Complete as 58 loose plates, preserved within printed folder, as issued, with 30pp booklet of descriptions and introduction.
BC13998: PETER SCUPHAM - Winter Quarters. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC12435: RONALD SEARLE - Ronald Searle in Perspective.
11562: RONALD SEARLE - Ronald Searle. A monograph. With an introduction by Henning Bock, an essay by Pierre Dehaye and profusely illustrated with reproductions of Searle's work, including many superb colour-plates.
BC13352: RONALD SEARLE - Ronald Searle's Big Fat Cat Book.
ARC92670: RONALD SEARLE - Forty Drawings.
BUL90826: JEFFREY ARCHER. RONALD SEARLE - Cat O'Nine Tales and Other Stories. With colour illustrations throughout by Ronald Searle. (SIGNED)
BC12526: RONALD SEARLE - Something in the Cellar. Ronald Searle's Wonderful World of Wine.
BC15668: W.G.SEBALD. - A Place in the Country. On Gottfried, Johann Peter Hebel, Robert Walser and Others. Translated from the German of 'Logis in einem Landhaus' and with an introduction by Jo Catling.
17631: PIERRE SEGHERS - Poesie 39-45. An anthology. Edited and with an introduction by Pierre Seghers
18791: PAUL L.SEITZ - Men of Dignity. The Montagnards of South Vietnam.
19123: D.H.LAWRENCE. HERBERT J.SELIGMANN - D.H.Lawrence. An American Interpretation.
14882: HUGH DE SELINCOURT - The Game of the Season. Stories.
JUL90368: SAMUEL PALMER. JAMES SELLARS. - Samuel Palmer. A monograph.
BUL90335: LEONARD SELLERS. (RUPERT BROOKE INTEREST) - The Hood Battalion. Royal Naval Division: Antwerp, Gallipoli, France 1914-1918.
SPE90218: BRIAN SELZNICK - The Marvels.
SPE90217: BRIAN SELZNICK - The Invention of Hugo Cabret. A Novel in Words and Pictures.
19941: MAURICE SENDAK - In the Night Kitchen. Written and illustrated throughout in full colour by Maurice Sendak
19756: H.L.SENIOR - The Cruise of the Labour Brig. A Romance of the Raging Canals.
BC14033: HOWARD SERGEANT - The Headlands. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC14506: VIKRAM SETH - The Golden Gate.
SPE90180: TIM SEVERIN - In Search of Genghis Khan. With photographs by Paul Harris. (SIGNED)
BC15673: BROCARD SEWELL - Footnote to the Nineties. A Memoir of John Gray and André Raffalovich.
BUL90598: ANNE SEXTON. - The Book of Folly. Poems.
BUL90760: MAURICE JOHN SEXTON - Sexton's Pocket-Book on Boiler-Making, Ship-Building and the Steel and Iron Trades in General. Comprising a Variety of Useful Information for Employers and Workmen, Government Inspectors, Board of Trade Surveyors, Engineers in Charge of Works and Ships, F
19178: JONATHAN SWIFT. WILLIAM KEAN SEYMOUR - Jonathan Swift. The Enigma of a Genius. A Biographical Outline. (INSCRIBED)
BC10938: ANTHONY SHAFFER. - Murderer. A play in two acts.
ARC92687: BEN SHAHN - contributes a three-page illustrated essay, 'The Making of Haggadah', with one tipped-in colour plate, to the inaugural issue of the Jewish literary and arts annual Quest. Edited by Jonathan Stone.
ARC91891: BEN SHAHN. - Hamlet. A Television Script. Adapted by Michael Benstall and Ralph Nelson for presentation on the CBS Television Network by The Old Vic Company on February 24, 1959 at 9:30 pm EST. With thirty-five drawings, many full-page, and front and rear wrapper desi
ARC92550: WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE - The Comedy of Errors. With an introduction by Clifford Williams and illustrated with costume designs by Anthony Powell.
BC10081: WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. - A special Shakespeare issue of the periodical 'A Review of English Literature'. Vol. V, no. 2, April 1964.
ARC91867: PAUL NASH. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. - A Midsommer Nights Dreame. Newly Printed from the First Folio of 1923. With illustrations by Paul Nash and produced under the art-editorship of Albert Rutherston.
ARC91458: ERIC GILL. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE - Henry the Eighth. With wood engravings by Eric Gill.
DZY161009019: ANTON SHAMMAS - Arabesques. Translated from the Hebrew by Vivian Eden. (UNCORRECTED RPOOF, WITH TLS)
BC13584: EDWARD SHANKS - The Night Watch For England and Other Poems.
BUL90551: DELL SHANNON - Streets of Death. A Luis Mendoza novel.
BC12620: JO SHAPCOTT - Electroplating the Baby. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC12390: JO SHAPCOTT - contributes her poems 'The Surrealists' Summer Convention Came to Our City' and 'Lies' to an issue of the periodical 'Poetry Review'. Vol. 75. No. 4. February 1986.
BC12011: JO SHAPCOTT - Of Mutability. Poems
BC12619: JO SHAPCOTT - Of Mutability. Poems. (SIGNED)
ARC91904: TOM SHARPE. - Wilt. A novel.
BC12012: TOM SHARPE. - The Midden.
ARC91762: TOM SHARPE - Indecent Exposure
991848: BERNARD SHAW - The Common Sense of Municipal Trading.
17440: BERNARD SHAW AND ALFRTED DOUGLAS. - Bernard Shaw and Alfred Douglas. A Correspondence. Edited by Mary Hyde.
991251: BERNARD SHAW - An Unfinished Novel. Edited and introduced by Stanley Weintraub.
14677: BERNARD SHAW - Saint Joan. A Chronicle Play, in Six Scenes and an Epilogue.
13898: CHARLES SHEELER - The Photographs. Published in conjunction with a major exhibition. Edited by Theodore E.Stebbins & Norman Keyes Jr.
BC13770: GARY SHEFFIELD - Command and Morale. The British Army on the Western Front 1914-1918. With a foreword by Peter Simkins.
15137: MARY SHELLEY - Proserpine & Midas. Two Unpublished Mythological Dramas. Edited with a lengthy introduction by A.Koszul.
BC12013: PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY - The Esdaile Poems. Early Minor Poems from the 'Esdaile Notebook'. Edited from the manuscripts with an introduction, commentary, and notes by Neville Rogers.
14679: SAM SHEPARD - Seduced. A play.
19285: JOHN PITTS. LESLIE SHEPARD. - John Pitts. Ballad Printer of Seven Dials, London 1765-1844. With a short account of his predecessors in the Ballad and Chapbook trade.
CAS0123: PETER SHERIDAN - 44. A Dublin Memoir. (SIGNED)
BUL90468: CINDY SHERMAN - A Cindy Book. c.1964-1975. A monograph published to coincide with a 2006-07 touring exhibition. With an introduction by Régis Durand, and essays by Jean-Pierre Criqui and Laura Mulvey.
BC16112: R.C.SHERRIFF. - Journey's End. A pictorial souvenir brochure for the Savoy Theatre production of Sherriff's celebrated Great War play.
BC13044: MAJOR JOHN SHORE - Tom Flaherty's Ghost and Other Stories.
ARC92856: THOMAS HARDY. DORA SIGERSON - A Dull Day in London and Other Sketches. With an introductory note by Thomas Hardy
BC15831: DAI SIJIE - Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress. Translated from the French of 'Balzac et la Petite Tailleuse Chinoise' by Ina Rilke.
BC16056: SIEGFRIED SASSOON. DENNIS SILK. - Siegfried Sassoon and the Great War. The Making of a War Poet. (SIGNED)
BC12927: JON SILKIN. - The Re-ordering of the Stones. Poems.
BC12928: JON SILKIN. - Flower Poems.
BC12925: JON SILKIN - The Peaceable Kingdom. Poems.
KP90443: JON SILKIN. - Out of Battle. Poetry of the Great War.
BC13794: STUART SILLARS - Art and Survival in First World War Britain.
ARC92557: GEORGES SIMENON - The Shadow Falls. A novel. Translated from the French of 'Le Testament Donadieu' by Stuart Gilbert.
19757: HERBERT A.SIMMONS - Man Walking on Eggshells.
16440: ALICE B.TOKLAS. LINDA SIMON - The Biography of Alice B.Toklas. With illustrations.
BUL90950: FRANK A.SIMPSON - The Antarctic Today. A Mid-Century Survey by the New Zealand Antarctic Society. Edited by Frank A.Simpson.
13639: CLIVE SINCLAIR - Hearts of Gold. Stories.
BUL90245: UPTON SINCLAIR. - What Didymus Did.
19926: ROBERT SINCLAIR - Soap-Making.
ARC92868: IAIN SINCLAIR - Significant Wreckage. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC12774: KYFFIN WILLIAMS. NICHOLAS SINCLAIR - Kyffin Williams. A monograph. With an essay, 'Welsh Paintings: The Art of Kyffin Williams', by Ian Jeffrey. (SIGNED)
SPE90213: IAIN SINCLAIR - Ghost Milk. Calling Time on the Grand Project.
KP90364: IAIN SINCLAIR - White Chappell. Scarlet Tracings.
KP90133: DYLAN THOMAS. ANDREW SINCLAIR. - Adventures in the Skin Trade. A play from the unfinished novel by Dylan Thomas. With an introduction by James Roose-Evans.
BC11607: UPTON SINCLAIR. - The Autobiography of Upton Sinclair.
KP90336: IAIN SINCLAIR - Landor's Tower, or The Imaginary Conversations.
ARC92493: ISAAC BASHEVIS SINGER - Gimpel the Fool and Other Stories.
SPE90146: VIJAY SINGH - Whirlpool of Shadows.
BC12945: C.H.SISSON. - In the Trojan Ditch. Collected Poems and Selected Translations. (SIGNED)
11566: C.H.SISSON - An Asiatic Romance.
ARC92599: C.H.SISSON - An Asiatic Romance.
ARC90975: OSBERT SITWELL - Wrack at Tidesend. A Book of Balnearics. (SIGNED)
DZY161009026: EDITH SITWELL - Rustic Elegies.
ARC91898: EDITH SITWELL - Clowns' Houses. Poems.
19948: EDITH SITWELL - The Canticle of the Rose. Selected Poems 1920-1947.
17450: EDITH SITWELL - Selected Letters of Edith Sitwell. Edited by Richard Greene.
19199: SACHEVERELL SITWELL - Baroque and Rococo.
19613: SACHEVERELL SITWELL - The People's Palace. Poems.
15146: SACHEVERELL SITWELL - German Baroque Art.
ARC90778: EDITH SITWELL - I Live Under a Black Sun. A novel.
99379: SACHEVERELL SITWELL - Doctor Donne & Gargantua. The First Six Cantos.
BC13698: RONALD SKIRTH - The Reluctant Tommy. Edited by Duncan Barrett and with a foreword by Jon Snow.
13904: VICTOR SKREBNESKI - Portraits. A Matter of Record. Sixty-four full-page photographs.
11567: JOHN T.SLADEK - The Reproductive System.
WA90021: CLARICE CLIFF. GREG SLATER AND JONATHAN BROUGH. - Comprehensively Clarice Cliff. With contributions from Neil Mitchell and Richard Ansell.
BC15965: STEVIE SMITH - Me Again. Uncollected Writings of Stevie Smith. With illustrations by the author. Edited by Jack Barbara and William McBrien and with a preface by James MacGibbon.
BC16002: KEN SMITH. - Work, Distances. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
19916: ROBERT TROW-SMITH. - Society and the Land. With illustrations
19833: ANTHONY SMITH. - A Persian Quarter Century.
991452: EDWARD LUCIE-SMITH - British Painting and Sculpture, 1960-1970. (INSCRIBED). Catalogue of an exhibition. With an introduction by Edward Lucie-Smith and numerous plates.
18047: NAOMI ROYDE SMITH. - The State of Mind of Mrs. Sherwood. A Study.
ARC92551: SYDNEY GOODSIR SMITH - The Wanderer and Other Poems.
BC16072: REX WHISTLER. JENNY SPENCER-SMITH. - Rex Whistler's War. 1939 July 1944. Artist into Tank Commander. The catalogue of a 1994 exhibition at the National Army Museum.
JUL90203: ALAN SMITH. - The catalogue of a 1977 Verona exhibition. With text by Michael Haggerty.
ARC91196: STEVIE SMITH - Novel on Yellow Paper, or Work it Out for Yourself.
ARC92818: KEN SMITH - Eleven Poems.
ARC92772: STEVIE SMITH. - A Good Time was Had by All. Poems, with illustrations by the author.
ARC92539: EDWARD LUCIE-SMITH - Primer of Experimental Poetry 1 1870-1922. Edited by Edward Lucie-Smith.
BC10049: STEVIE SMITH - contributes her poem 'Oblivion' to an issue of the periodical 'The Poetry Review'. Vol. 61, no. 4, winter 1970/71.
BC15900: PATTI SMITH. - Woolgathering. Memoirs. (SIGNED)
KP90432: EDWARD LUCIE-SMITH - A Tropical Childhood and Other Poems.
19488: EDWARD THOMAS. STAN SMITH - Edward Thomas.
19870: GEORGE LEWIS SMYTH - The Monuments and Genii of St. Paul's Cathedral and of Westminster Abbey
BC14657: C.P.SNOW. - Homecomings. A volume of the Strangers and Brothers sequence.
17452: SNOWDON, (ANTHONY ARMSTRONG JONES) - Snowdon. A Photographic Autobiography. Lavishly illustrated with his photographs, mostly black-and-white.
BC12334: THOMAS W.SOKOLOWSKI - The Sailor 1930-45: The Image of an American Demigod. The catalogue of a 1983 exhibition.
18444: ALEXANDER SOLZHENITSYN - Candle in the Wind. A play. Translated from the Russian of 'Svecha na Vetru' by Keith Armes, in association with Arthur Hudgins, and with an introduction by Keith Armes.
KP90453: JOHN SOMMERFIELD - They Die Young.
BUL90845: EILEEN A.SOPER - Wild Encounters. With illustrations by the author.
BUL90722: JANE AUSTEN. BRIAN SOUTHAM - Jane Austen. The Critical Heritage 1870-1940. Volume 2. Edited by Brian Southam.
ARC92721: TERRY SOUTHERN - Flash and Filigree. A novel.
10454: COUNT CHARLES DE SOUZA & MAJOR HALDANE MACFALL - Germany in Defeat. A Strategic History of the War: First Phase.
BC14718: HELEN SPALDING. - What Images Return. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC16014: MURIEL SPARK - The Public Image. A novel
BC11218: MURIEL SPARK - edits and contributes to an issue of the periodical 'The Poetry Review'. Vol. 38, No. 6, December 1947.
ARC92776: MURIEL SPARK - The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. A novel.
BC15958: MURIEL SPARK - Symposium. A novel
ARC92882: MURIEL SPARK - Robinson. A novel.
BC15722: MURIEL SPARK - Voices at Play. Stories and plays.
ARC92819: MURIEL SPARK - The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. A novel.
ARC91802: JOHN SPARROW - Line Upon Line. An Epigraphical Anthology. Compiled by John Sparrow.
BC13581: BERNARD SPENCER - Aegean Islands and Other Poems.
BC12985: KEITH SPENCER AND ANNE BORN - Poems of Landscape. Seven poems by Keith Spencer and six by Anne Born.
BC12984: KEITH SPENCER - Attention to Detail. Twenty-six poems illustrated with elegant pencil drawings by Malcolm Ashman.
BC15683: STEPHEN SPENDER - A Skull Changed to Glass. A Poem.
KP90126: STEPHEN SPENDER - The Generous Days. Poems.
ARC93031: STEPHEN SPENDER - I Sit at the Window. A broadsheet poem. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC93016: JOHN NASH. EDMUND SPENSER. - The Shepheardes Calender. Conteyning Twelve Ćglogues Proportionable to the Twelve Monethes.
ARC92897: MICKEY SPILLANE - I, the Jury.
RB90042: PEARL BUCK. HILARY SPURLING - Burying the Bones. Pearl Buck in China.
SPE90026: NICK STAFFORD. - Battle Royal. A play. (INSCRIBED)
BC12884: JON STALLWORTHY - The Guest from the Future. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC13249: JON STALLWORTHY - The Guest from the Future. A Poem Presented to Sir Isaiah Berlin on his 80th Birthday. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC14020: JON STALLWORTHY - Out of Bounds. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
GAM00320: GLYNN BOYD HARTE. GAVIN STAMP AND JOHN BETJEMAN. - Temples of Power. Lithographs by Glynn Boyd Harte, with an introduction and architectural notes by Gavin Stamp and a one-page foreword by John Betjeman. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC13233: DEREK STANFORD AND JOHN BAYLISS. - A Romantic Miscellany. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC14032: DEREK STANFORD. - The Traveller Hears the Strange Machine. Selected Poems 1946-1979. (INSCRIBED WITH ALs)
RB90039: C.DAY-LEWIS. PETER STANFORD. - C.Day-Lewis. A Life.
ARC92847: PETER STANSKY AND WILLIAM ABRAHAMS. - Journey to the Frontier. Julian Bell and John Cornford: Their Lives and the 1930s.
12611: LARRY STANTON - Larry Stanton. Painting and Drawing. With text by David Hockney, Henry Geldzahler, Tim Dlugos, Julia Mayo and Arthur Lambert Jr.
ARC92355: FREYA STARK. - Seen in the Hadhramaut.
BC13487: FREYA STARK - contributes her ten-page essay 'Assassins of Syria', illustrated with photographs, to an issue of the periodical 'The Cornhill Magazine. No. 972. Autumn 1947. Edited by Peter Quennell.
BC15811: FREYA STARK - Seen in the Hadhramaut. (INSCRIBED)
ARC90608: KATHERINE CAMERON. AMY STEEDMAN. - Legends and Stories of Italy for Children. With twelve tipped-in colour plates by Katherine Cameron.
BC11944: A.G.STEEL AND HON. R.H.LYLLELTON. - Cricket. The tenth volume of The Badminton Library of Sports and Pastimes. With contributions from A.Lang, W.G.Grace, R.A.H.Mitchell and F.Gale and numerous engravings after Lucien Davis and from photographs.
BC15039: ALFRED ORAGE. TOM STEELE. - Alfred Orage and the Leeds Arts Club 1893-1923.
19900: PHILIP WILSON STEER - P.Wilson Steer 1860-1942. A catalogue of a 1960 exhibition
BC15731: VILHJALMUR STEFANSSON - The Adventure of Wrangel Island. With a foreword by L.S.Amery.
15154: GERTRUDE STEIN - A catalogue of books by and about Gertrude Stein. With an introduction by Carl Van Vechten.
19745: GERTRUDE STEIN - In Savoy; or Yes is For a Very Young Man. A play of the Resistance in France.
ARC92668: GERTRUDE STEIN - Geography and Plays. With an introduction, 'The Work of Gertrude Stein', by Sherwood Anderson.
ARC91722: GERTRUDE STEIN - Three Lives. Stories of the Good Anna, Melanctha and The Gentle Lena.
ARC92872: JOHN STEINBECK - The Moon is Down. A novel.
ARC92857: JOHN STEINBECK - Tortilla Flat. A novel.
BC10132: GEORGE STEINER - contributes the scholarly essay "Schoenberg's Moses and Aaron" to an issue of the periodical 'Encounter'. Vol. XXIV, no. 6, June 1965. Edited by Stephen Spender and Melvin J.Lasky.
17464: JAMES STEPHENS - Letters of James Stephens. Edited by Richard J.Finneran, with a bibliographical checklist.
BC12187: PHILIP VAN DOREN STERN - The Man Who Killed Lincoln. The Story of John Wilkes Booth and his part in the Assassination.
99387: WALLACE STEVENS - The Language of Poetry. Lectures by Wallace Stevens, Cleanth Brooks, I.A.Richards & Philip Wheelwright. Edited by Allen Tate.
BC15126: WALLACE STEVENS - contributes his poems 'Inaccessible Utopia' and 'The Place of Poetry' to an issue of the periodical 'Twentieth Century Verse'. No. 3. April/May 1937.
BC15390: WALLACE STEVENS - contributes his verse-monologue 'Carlos Among the Candles' to an issue of the periodical 'Poetry. A Magazine of Verse'. Vol. XI, No. 3, December 1917. Edited by Harriet Monroe.
BC15389: WALLACE STEVENS - contributes 'Letters d'un Soldat', poems on a French soldier's letters from the front, to an issue of the periodical 'Poetry. A Magazine of Verse'. Vol. XII, No. 2, May 1918. Edited by Harriet Monroe.
19293: SINCLAIR STEVENSON. - The Rites of the Twice-Born. With a foreword by A.A.MacDonell.
BC13047: ANNE STEVENSON - Making Poetry. (SIGNED)
ARC92832: ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - The Master of Ballantrae. A Winter's Tale.
BC13701: CAPTAIN ALEXANDER STEWART - A Very Unimportant Officer. Life and Death on the Somme and at Passchendaele. Edited by Cameron Stewart.
19110: RUDYARD KIPLING. J.I.M.STEWART - Rudyard Kipling. A biographical and critical study.
BC15055: ALFRED STIEGLITZ. - Stieglitz and the Photo-Secession 1902. Edited by Catherine Johnson and with text by William Innes Homer.
ARC91502: JOHN PIPER. ADRIAN STOKES - Venice. Designed and with illustrations by John Piper. (DELUXE NUMBERED ISSUE)
99689: MICHAEL SADLEIR. ROY STOKES - Michael Sadleir 1888-1957. [A checklist and biographical introduction]. Compiled by Roy Stokes.
BC15770: ERIC LINKLATER. REYNOLDS STONE - A Sociable Plover and Other Stories and Conceits. With wood-engravings by Reynolds Stone.
BC13208: ROBERT STONE - Outerbridge Reach. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC12503: LLOYD STONE - In this Hawaiian Net. Stories and poems. With illustrations by the author.
BC16101: CHRISTOPHER STONE - From Vimy Ridge to the Rhine. The Great War Letters of Christopher Stone D.S.O., M.C. Edited by G.D.Sheffield and G.I.S.Inglis.
ARC90355: TOM STOPPARD. - Voyage. The Coast of Utopia Part One. (SIGNED)
ARC92036: TOM STOPPARD - Dirty Linen and New-Found-Land. Two plays.
BUL91051: TOM STOPPARD - The Real Thing. A programme for the original Strand Theatre production of Stoppard's celebrated play.
ARC90527: TOM STOPPARD - Jumpers.
SPE90045: TOM STOPPARD. - Hapgood. A play. (SIGNED)
SPE90040: TOM STOPPARD. - Night and Day. A play. (SIGNED)
SPE90043: TOM STOPPARD. - Squaring the Circle. With Every Good Boy Deserves Favour and Professional Foul. With a lengthy introduction by the author. (SIGNED)
SPE90039: TOM STOPPARD. - Dirty Linen and New-Found-Land. Two plays. (SIGNED)
SPE90223: TOM STOPPARD - Jumpers. A play. (INSCRIBED)
SPE90231: TOM STOPPARD - Lord Malquist and Mr. Moon. A novel.
19668: DAVID STOREY - Storey's Lives. Poems 1951-1991
BC11689: EDWARD STOREY. - The Dark Music. Poems. With a frontispiece and four full-page illustrations by Adella Chapman. (SIGNED)
9064: DAVID STOREY - Edward. With drawings by Donald Parker.
14699: DAVID STOREY - The Restoration of Arnold Middleton. A play.
KP90277: DAVID STOREY. - A Temporary Life. A novel.
99657: W.SOMERSET MAUGHAM. RAYMOND TOOLE STOTT - Maughamiana. The Writings of W.Somerset Maugham. A Handlist of his Works and Contributions to Certain Selected Periodicals. Compiled by Raymond Toole Stott.
17465: JAMES & ALIX STRACHEY - Bloomsbury/Freud. The Letters of James and Alix Strachey 1924-1925. Edited by Perry Meisel & Walter Kendrick.
15166: LYTTON STRACHEY - Portraits in Miniature and Other Essays.
17979: PAUL STRAND - Land der Graser. Die Ausseren Hebriden. (Tir A'mhurain. Outer Hebrides). 105 photographs. Commentary by Basil Davidson.
BC15057: PAUL STRAND. - Paul Strand. Circa 1916. With text by Maria Morris Hambourg.
ARC92050: PETER STRAUB. - If You Could See Me Now. (INSCRIBED)
17175: CHARLES DICKENS. RALPH STRAUS - Dickens. A Portrait in Pencil.
BUL90622: CYRIL ANTHONY STRAUSS - A Soldier Looks Back. The Journals of Cyril Anthony Strauss. Edited and with an introduction by Derek Patmore. (WITH A SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH +)
BUL91008: JAMES STRECKER AND HAROLD TOWN. - Black. A Tribute to Black Jazz Musicians. With poems by James Strecker, drawings by Harold Town and a foreword by Oscar Peterson. (INSCRIBED)
12616: L.A.G.STRONG - Dublin Days. Poems.
13648: L.A.G.STRONG - The Minstrel Boy. A Portrait of Tom Moore. With illustrations. (INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR).
ARC91437: L.A.G.STRONG - The Lowery Road.
BC14667: JOHN HEATH-STUBBS. - Fourteen Poems. Edited by Anthony Astbury. (INSCRIBED BY THE EDITOR)
17851: JOHN HEATH-STUBBS - Sweetapple Earth. Poems.
99230: JOHN HEATH-STUBBS - Wounded Thammuz. An Elegy.
ARC90352: MICHAEL FIELD. MARY STURGEON. - Michael Field. A study.
BC16068: ROALD DAHL. DONALD STURROCK - Storyteller. The Authorised Biography of Roald Dahl.
ARC93008: ERIC RAVILIOUS. SIR JOHN SUCKLING. - A Ballad Upon a Wedding. With engravings by Eric Ravilious.
JH011209030: JANE AUSTEN. ALISON G.SULLOWAY - Jane Austen and the Province of Womanhood.
BC11499: DAVID SUMMERS. - Settled Terms. Poems 1965-1989. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
15169: MONTAGUE SUMMERS - A Bibliography of the Restoration Drama.
99672: PETER SUTCLIFFE - Oxford University Press: An Informal History. With illustrations.
ARC91045: WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. GRAHAM SUTHERLAND. - Henry the Sixth Part I. With lithographs by Graham Sutherland.
JUL90188: GRAHAM SUTHERLAND. - Graham Sutherland. With a lengthy analysis by Edward Sackville-West.
JUL90384: GRAHAM SUTHERLAND. - The Work of Graham Sutherland. With text by Douglas Cooper.
BC14080: GRAHAM SUTHERLAND - Sutherland in Wales / Sutherland yng Nghymru. The catalogue of the collection at the Graham Sutherland Gallery, Haverfordwest.
ARC91657: DAVID GASCOYNE. GRAHAM SUTHERLAND - Poems 1937-1942. With five superb original colour plates, a title page design, and upper and lower board decorations by Graham Sutherland.
BC16031: GRAHAM SUTHERLAND - Forms in the Landscape. The catalogue of a 2003 exhibition at The Fine Art Society.
BUL90882: JOHN SWANNELL - Twenty Years On. With a foreword by Bob Geldof. (INSCRIBED)
ARC90878: REX WHISTLER. SIR FRANK SWETTENHAM. - Arabella in Africa. With drawings by Rex Whistler - his first book illustrations - and Mary Forster-Knight.
14701: GRAHAM SWIFT - Ever After. A novel.
19170: JONATHAN SWIFT, R.WYSE JACKSON - Swift and his Circle. Essays. Edited by R.Wyse Jackson and with a foreword by Seumas O'Sullivan.
19176: JONATHAN SWIFT - Jonathan Swift. A Dublin Tercentenary Tribute. Edited by Roger McHugh & Philip Edwards.
BC10943: GRAHAM SWIFT. - Waterland. (SIGNED)
ARC90998: ARTHUR RACKHAM. JONATHAN SWIFT - Gulliver's Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World. With illustrations by Arthur Rackham. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION).
BC15752: GRAHAM SWIFT - Tomorrow. A novel.
BC15776: GRAHAM SWIFT - contributes his short story 'Hotel' to a double-issue of the periodical 'The London Magazine'. Vol. 21, Nos. 1 & 2. April/May 1981.
BC10944: GRAHAM SWIFT. - Out of this World.
19179: JONATHAN SWIFT - A Catalogue of Works by Dr. Jonathan Swift. Compiled and annotated by Percy J.Dobell.
99390: A.C.SWINBURNE - Ballads of the English Border. Edited with glossary and notes by W.A.MacInnes.
BUL90060: FRANK SWINNERTON. - The Bookman's London.
16006: EVELYN WAUGH. CHRISTOPHER SYKES - Character and Situation. Stories. With an introduction by Evelyn Waugh.
BUL90391: ERIC SYKES. - If I Don't Write It, Nobody Else Will. An autobiography. (SIGNED)
ARC91848: JOHN ADDINGTON SYMONDS - Our Life in the Swiss Highlands.
14702: JOHN ADDINGTON SYMONDS - Giovanni Boccaccio as Man and Author.
99391: ARTHUR SYMONS - A Book of Twenty Songs.
18812: ARTHUR SYMONS - Tristan and Iseult. A play.
BC14904: ARTHUR SYMONS - Cities and Sea-Coasts and Islands.
11105: ARTHUR SYMONS - From Toulouse-Lautrec to Rodin. With Some Personal Impressions. With illustrations.
99393: JULIAN SYMONS - The Object of an Affair and Other Poems.
12142: ARTHUR SYMONS - The Toy Cart. A play.
ARC92833: JOHN M.SYNGE - Poems and Translations.
ARC92386: J.M.SYNGE. - The Autobiography of J.M.Synge. Constructed from the manuscripts and with an introduction by Alan Price, plus fourteen photographs taken by Synge and an essay, 'Synge and the Photography of his Time', by O.J.Pocock.
RB90098: JOHN M.SYNGE - Some Letters of John M.Synge to Lady Gregory and W.B.Yeats. Selected and with an introduction by Ann Saddlemyer.
BC12005: OTTÓ ORBÁN. GEORGE SZIRTES - The Blood of the Walsungs. Selected Poems. Edited and with an introduction by George Szirtes. (INSCRIBED BY THE EDITOR)
BUL90963: UNDERGROUND PRESS. I.T. - I.T. (International Times). Issue 64, September 12-25 1969.
BUL90962: UNDERGROUND PRESS. I.T. - I.T. (International Times). Issue 56, May 9-22 1969.
BUL90604: RABINDRANATH TAGORE - The Golden Boat. Translated from the Bengali by Bhabani Bhattacharya.
JT9013: AUGUSTE RODIN. YVON TAILLANDIER - Rodin. A monograph. Translated from the French by Anne Ross.
KP90726: TAMBIMUTTU. - Tambimuttu: Bridge Between Two Worlds. Edited by Jane Williams, with Kathleen Raine.
BC14971: DICKRAN TASHJIAN - Skyscraper Primitives. Dada and the American Avant-Garde 1910-1925.
BC14966: DICKRAN TASHJIAN - A Boatload of Madmen. Surrealism and the American Avant-Garde, 1920-1950.
JUL90089: GRAHAM SUTHERLAND. ROBERTO TASSI - The prospectus for Tassi's celebrated study 'Sutherland: The Wartime Drawings' which documents the period the artist spent as an Official War Artist.
BC14905: ALLEN TATE - Reactionary Essays on Poetry and Ideas.
BC15141: ALLAN TATE. - A special Homage to Allan Tate issue of the quarterly periodical 'The Sewanee Review'. Vol. lxvii, no. 4. Autumn 1959.
17028: GLADYS TAYLOR - Saints and their Flowers.
19919: NICOLAS GRANGER-TAYLOR - The catalogue of a 1999 exhibition at Offer Waterman Fine Art. (INSCRIBED)
19938: JOHN RUSSELL TAYLOR. - Anger and After. A Guide to the New British Drama. (INSCRIBED)
BC16045: BEATRIX POTTER. JUDY TAYLOR. - That Naughty Rabbit. Beatrix Potter and Peter Rabbit.
KP90633: ELIZABETH TAYLOR - contributes her ten-page short story 'Hare Park' to an issue of the periodical 'The Cornhill'. No. 1008. Summer 1956.
11574: PETER TAYLOR - The Oracle at Stoneleigh Court. Stories.
BUL90052: G.P.TAYLOR. - Mariah Mundi. The Midas Box. (INSCRIBED).
BC12843: SUSAN TAYLOR - The Complete Bearded Stranger. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BUL90071: G.P.TAYLOR. - Tersias. (SIGNED)
BC16047: BEATRIX POTTER. JUDY TAYLOR - Letters to Children from Beatrix Potter.
BC10325: G.P.TAYLOR. - Shadowmancer.
CAS0140: FREDERICK TAYLOR - The Berlin Wall. 13 August 1961-9 November 1989.
19654: PETER TAYLOR - In the Miro District and Other Stories
ARC90435: PETER TAYLOR. - A Woman of Means. A novel.
BC15777: ELIZABETH TAYLOR - contributes her short story 'The Wrong Order' to an issue of the periodical 'The London Magazine'. Vol. 13, No. 1. April/May 1973.
BC12847: BARRY TEBB - The Lights of Leeds. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
11772: EMMA TENNANT - Woman Beware Woman.
16917: EMMA TENNANT - Wild Nights. A novel.
19747: EMMA TENNANT - The Last of the Country House Murders.
16916: EMMA TENNANT - An Unequal Marriage. 'Pride and Prejudice' Continued.
BC14587: EMMA TENNANT - Heathcliffe's Tale. (SIGNED)
ARC91742: STEPHEN TENNANT - Leaves from a Missionary's Notebook.
BC14405: JOHN TERRAINE - The First World War 1914-18. (INSCRIBED)
BUL91018: A.D.J.TESSIMOND. - Selection. Poems.
BC14054: A.D.J.TESSIMOND. - The Walls of Glass. Poems.
ARC92898: JOSEPHINE TEY - The Daughters of Time.
16919: WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY - The Students' Quarter, or Paris Five-and-Thirty Years Since. "With original coloured illustrations" [by the author].
16920: WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY - A Shabby Genteel Story and Other Tales.
15969: WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY - Sultan Stork and Other Stories and Sketches. Now First Collected. [Edited] with a bibliography of Thackeray, revised and considerably enlarged [by R.H.Shepherd].
DZY201009003: B.VAN THAL - The Old Lady Makes a Cup of Tea. (SIGNED)
16921: PAUL THEROUX - The Family Arsenal.
ARC91548: PAUL THEROUX - London Snow. A Christmas Story. With wood engravings by John Lawrence. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
KP90518: PAUL THEROUX - Hotel Honolulu. A novel.
BC15959: PAUL THEROUX - The Consul's File. Stories.
12144: PAUL THEROUX - The London Embassy.
BUL90780: PAUL THEROUX - Fresh-Air Fiend. Travel Writings 1985-2000.
BC10972: PAUL THEROUX. - Waldo. A novel. (SIGNED).
ARC90742: PAUL THEROUX - Sinning with Annie and Other Stories.
BC16122: O.G.THETFORD AND E.J.RIDING. - Aircraft of the 1914-1918 War.
BC15707: MYFANWY THOMAS (EDWARD THOMAS INTEREST). - One of These Fine Days. Memoirs. With drawings by Henry Croly and various photographs.
BC12760: R.S.THOMAS. - Words and the Poet. The W.D.Thomas Memorial lecture, delivered at the University College of Swansea on November 19, 1963.
BC12828: EDWARD THOMAS - The Journal of the Friends of the Dymock Poets. No. 7
BC13306: DYLAN THOMAS - The Collected Letters of Dylan Thomas. Edited by Paul Ferris.
ARC92375: DYLAN THOMAS AND CERI RICHARDS - Richard Burns. Ceri Richards and Dylan Thomas: Keys to Transformation. A monograph.
CAS0046: DYLAN THOMAS. CAITLIN THOMAS AND GEORGE TREMLETT. - Caitlin. A Warring Absence [Life with Dylan Thomas].
ARC92305: R.S.THOMAS. - Tares. Poems.
BC10051: D.M.THOMAS - contributes his poem 'Daniel Lombard, D.D. (c.1750)' to an issue of the periodical 'The Cornish Review'. No. 21, summer 1972. Edited by Denys Val Baker.
BC10052: D.M.THOMAS - contributes his poem 'The Nestling' to an issue of the periodical 'The Cornish Review'. No. 10, winter 1968. Edited by Denys Val Baker.
19815: EDWARD THOMAS - The Country.
18827: GWYN THOMAS - Where Did I Put My Pity? Folk Tales from the Modern Welsh.
18819: EDWARD THOMAS - Rose Acre Papers, including essays from "Horae Solitariae".
BC15706: HELEN THOMAS (EDWARD THOMAS INTEREST). - Time and Again. Memoirs and Letters. Edited by Myfanwy Thomas.
ARC90901: EDWARD THOMAS - Richard Jefferies. His Life and Work.
BC12374: EDWARD THOMAS - Poems by Edward Thomas ("Edward Eastaway").
ARC90475: EDWARD THOMAS - contributes ten poems to Twelve Poets. A Miscellany of New Verse.
CAS0028: DYLAN THOMAS. - Collected Poems 1934-1952.
BC12681: R.S.THOMAS - The Bread of Truth. Poems
BC14351: EDWARD THOMAS - Cloud Castle and Other Papers. With a two-page foreword by W.H.Hudson.
19966: EDWARD THOMAS - Cloud Castle and Other Papers. With a foreword by W.H.Hudson.
BC14691: EDWARD THOMAS. - Rupert Brooke 1887-1915.
BC15632: DYLAN THOMAS AND CERI RICHARDS. - Drawings to Poems by Dylan Thomas. With a ten-page introduction by Richard Burns.
ARC91803: EDWARD THOMAS - Poems by Edward Thomas ("Edward Eastaway").
KP90471: R.S.THOMAS. - Frequencies. Poems.
BC15143: DYLAN THOMAS. - F.W.Dupee contributes a thirty-one line review of Thomas' book 'Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog' to an issue of the American liberal periodical 'The New Republic'. Vol. 103, no. 27. December 30, 1940.
BC14621: DYLAN THOMAS - The Dylan Thomas memorial issue of the periodical 'Adam International Review. A Literary Monthly in English and French'. No. 238, 1953. Edited by Miron Grindea.
KP90600: DYLAN THOMAS - Dylans Swansea. ("A brief insight into the relationship between Dylan Thomas and Swansea the town he loved, but sometimes described in unflattering terms - his 'ugly, lovely town'").
KP90635: DYLAN THOMAS - Louis MacNeice contributes the first printing of his poem 'Canto In Memoriam Dylan Thomas' to the inaugural issue of the periodical 'The London Magazine'. New Series. Vol. 1, No. 1. February 1954.
ARC92307: R.S.THOMAS. - Experimenting with an Amen. Poems.
BUL90844: EDWARD THOMAS - C.Day Lewis contributes his Giff Edmonds Memorial Lecture 'The Poetry of Edward Thomas' to Essays by Divers Hands. Being the Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature. New series, Vol. xxvii. Edited with an introduction by Angela Thirkell.
BC15125: DYLAN THOMAS - contributes 'January 1939' (the first appearance in print of this twenty-five line poem) to a double-issue of the periodical 'Twentieth Century Verse'. No. 15-16. February 1939.
18833: R.S.THOMAS - The Batsford Book of Country Verse. Edited and with a preface by R.S.Thomas.
BC11298: D.M.THOMAS. - Selected Poems. (SIGNED)
BC11920: EDWARD THOMAS - The Woodland Life.
KP90134: DYLAN THOMAS AND JOHN DAVENPORT. - The Death of the King's Canary. With an introduction by Constantine Fitzgibbon.
19520: EDWARD THOMAS - The Tenth Muse.
BC15893: EDWARD THOMAS - In Pursuit of Spring. With six tipped-in colour plates by Ernest Hazelhurst [i.e. Ernest Haslehust] with captioned tissue protectors.
ARC91430: W.BEACH THOMAS - With the British on the Somme. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91577: EDWARD THOMAS - Bright Clouds. A poem.
BC15298: DYLAN THOMAS - contributes his story 'The Holy Six' to an issue of the short-lived monthly (now quarterly) periodical 'Contemporary Poetry and Prose'. No. 9. Spring 1937. Edited by Roger Roughton.
BC14151: DYLAN THOMAS (READS). - Poem on His Birthday and Other Poems. A 7-inch 45 r.p.m. extended play record.
16925: EDWARD THOMAS - Cloud Castle and Other Papers. With a foreword by W.H.Hudson.
19527: EDWARD THOMAS - Rain.
ARC91882: EDWARD THOMAS - contributes a review of Richard Curle's 'Shadows Out of the Crowd' to a special double issue of the periodical The Bookman. Vol. XLIII, No. 253. October 1912.
ARC91883: EDWARD THOMAS - contributes a review of S.Baring Gould's 'The Church Revival: Thoughts Thereon and Reminiscences' to an issue of the periodical The Bookman. Vol. XLVI, No. 272. May 1914.
ARC91884: EDWARD THOMAS - contributes a review of volumes XXI and XXII of 'The Collected Works of William Morris' to an issue of the periodical The Bookman. Vol. VII, No. 281. February 1915.
19507: EDWARD THOMAS. R.GEORGE THOMAS. - Edward Thomas. A Portrait.
BC15242: EDWARD THOMAS - Edward Thomas on the Georgians. Selected, edited and introduced by Richard Emeny.
BC15621: DYLAN THOMAS AND CERI RICHARDS. - Drawings to Poems by Dylan Thomas. With a ten-page introduction by Richard Burns.
BC10053: D.M.THOMAS - contributes his poem 'The Lost Forest' to an issue of the periodical 'The Cornish Review'. No. 8, spring 1968. Edited by Denys Val Baker.
19648: EDWARD THOMAS. R.GEORGE THOMAS - Edward Thomas.
19529: EDWARD THOMAS - The Woodland Life.
ARC91455: EDWARD THOMAS AND HELEN THOMAS - Personal Letters. Selected by R.George Thomas, with a foreword by Myfanwy Thomas and wood engravings by Hellmuth Weissenborn.
19521: EDWARD THOMAS - The Childhood of Edward Thomas. A Fragment of Autobiography. With a preface by Julian Thomas, the author's younger brother.
BC15293: DYLAN THOMAS - contributes two untitled poems and a short story to the inaugural issue of the short-lived monthly periodical 'Contemporary Poetry and Prose'. No. 1. May 1936. Edited by Roger Roughton.
BC14169: EDWARD THOMAS - contributes his short story 'Crowbit' to an issue of the periodical The English Review. Edited by Austin Harrison. Volume X, No. 4 (i.e. number 40), March 1912.
ARC90263: EDWARD THOMAS. - The Tenth Muse.
BC12311: EDWARD THOMAS - Rest and Unrest. Essays.
BC12271: DYLAN THOMAS - Miscellany One. Poems, Stories, Broadcasts.
ARC90765: EDWARD THOMAS - Elected Friends. Poems for and about Edward Thomas. Complied by Anne Harvey and with a three-page introduction by Vernon Scannell. (SIGNED)
14709: EDWARD THOMAS - Four Letters to Frederick Evans.
ARC92384: DYLAN THOMAS - Conversation About Christmas.
ARC93025: DYLAN THOMAS - From 'In Memory of Anne Jones'.
BC15753: D.M.THOMAS. - Ararat. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91923: EDWARD THOMAS - [Selected Essays].
ARC91922: EDWARD THOMAS - Windsor Castle. Described by Edward Thomas and pictured by Ernest Haslehust.
18703: WILLIAM MORRIS. PAUL THOMPSON - The Work of William Morris. With illustrations.
17489: FRANCIS THOMPSON - The Letters of Francis Thompson. Edited by John Evangelist Walsh.
BC14453: R.W.THOMPSON - Home in Ham. With drawings by Gay Thomas.
BC14459: R.W.THOMPSON - Home in Ham. With drawings by Gay Thomas. (INSCRIBED)
19183: CAPTAIN J.H.THOMSON - Guide to the Explosives Act, 1875. with Remarks upon the Explosive Substances Act 1883.
16464: VIRGIL THOMSON - Virgil Thomson. Memoirs. With thirty-two pages of photographs.
BC13844: DAVID THOMSON - Rosebud. The Story of Orson Wells.
15982: HENRY D.THOREAU - Summer. Edited from his Journals by H.G.O.Blake. Frontispiece folding map of Concord.
ARC91158: SHELL GUIDE. HENRY THOROLD - Nottinghamshire. A Shell Guide. Edited by Henry Thorold and with photographs by John Piper &c.
ARC90422: SHELL GUIDE. HENRY THOROLD. - Staffordshire. A Shell Guide.
BC12882: DAVID MILLER. MICHAEL THORP - Breaking at the Fountain. A Meditation on the Work of David Miller. (INSCRIBED)
14923: ERIC GILL. JOSEPH THORP - Eric Gill. With a critical monograph by Charles Marriott and 38 full- page plates of reproductions of drawings and carvings.
BUL90908: ADAM THORPE - Mornings in the Baltic. Poems
17995: COLIN THUBRON - The God in the Mountain. A novel.
BUL90243: JAMES THURBER. - Selected Letters of James Thurber. Edited by Helen Thurber and Edward Weeks.
ARC90824: ANTHONY THWAITE - At Dunkeswell Abbey.
BC14882: ANTHONY THWAITE - Home Truths. Poems.
BC15803: ERNEST TIDYMAN - Shaft Among the Jews.
15186: GEOFFREY TILLOTSON - Augustan Studies.
BC13724: MARGARET TIMMERS - The Power of the Poster. Edited by Margaret Timmers.
ARC92073: L.S.LOWRY. H.W.TIMPERLEY. - A Cotswold Book. With drawings by L.S.Lowry.
15721: JAMES BOSWELL. CHAUNCEY BREWSTER TINKER - Young Boswell. Chapters on James Boswell the Biographer, based largely on New material. With many illustrations.
19827: LYNNE TINLEY - Drawn from the Plains. Life in the Wilds of Southern Africa. With illustrations by the author.
ARC90722: MICHAEL TODD - Michael Todd's Around the World in 80 Days Almanac. Edited by Art Cohn.
99400: RUTHVEN TODD - Until Now. Poems
15985: JOHN TODHUNTER - A Riverside Walk. An Easy-Going Essay by a Peripatetic Philosopher. (SIGNED)
BC12413: COLM TÓIBÍN - Mothers and Sons. (SIGNED)
BC12415: COLM TÓIBÍN - The Empty Family. Stories. (SIGNED)
BC14500: COLM TÓIBÍN. - The Blackwater Lightship. (SIGNED)
BC14501: COLM TÓIBÍN. - Nora Webster. (SIGNED)
17490: ALICE B.TOKLAS - Staying On Alone. The Letters of Alice B.Toklas. Edited by Edward Burns. With an introduction by Gilbert A.Harrison,
19758: J.R.R.TOLKIEN - The Lord of the Rings. A fotonovel
BUL90999: J.R.R.TOLKIEN - The Silmarillion. Edited and with a foreword by Christopher Tolkien.
ARC90309: J.R.R.TOLKIEN. - The Tolkien Calendar 1989.
18841: LEV NIKOLAYEVICH TOLSTOY - Tolstoy on Art. Edited [and partly written] by Aylmer Maude, with illustrations and Bernard Shaw's letter "Concerning the Proposed Centenary Edition of Tolstoy's Works", originally printed in the press early in 1922.
BC12736: CHARLES TOMLINSON - Some Americans. A Personal Record.
BC15558: CHARLES TOMLINSON - The Necklace. Poems. With a five-page introduction by Donald Davie and a new one-page preface by the author. (INSCRIBED)
BC13046: CHARLES TOMLINSON - contributes his poem 'The Dead' to an issue of the periodical 'Poetry London'. Vol. 5, No. 21 February 1951. Edited by Richard March and Nicholas Moore.
BC12793: CHARLES TOMLINSON. - A special Charles Tomlinson issue of the periodical 'Agenda'. Vol. 33, No. 2. Summer 1995.
BC14111: H.M.TOMLINSON - Between the Lines
BC12735: CHARLES TOMLINSON - American Scenes and Other Poems.
BC16022: C.E.MONTAGUE. H.M.TOMLINSON. - A Writer's Notes on His Trade. With an introduction by H.M.Tomlinson. Edited by Madeline Montague, the author's widow. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
EVES9045: JEAN TOOMER - contributes his poem 'Storm Ending' and a short vignette 'Nora' (subsequently re-titled 'Calling Jesus'), both of which were subsequently incorporated into his classic Harlem Renaissance novel 'Cane', to an issue of the periodical 'The Double Dealer'. Vol
BC15366: JEAN TOOMER - contributes his story 'Mr. Costyve Duditch' to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 85, No. 6, December 1928.
BC15367: JEAN TOOMER - contributes his short poem 'Reflections' to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 86, No. 4, April 1929.
FP90014: THE TORCH. - An issue of the periodical 'The Torch. The Magazine of The Student's Union of The University College of Hull'. Vol. 4, no. 1 June 1941. Edited by Arthur Birt.
10188: RIDGELY TORRENCE - Granny Maumee, The Rider of Dreams, Simon the Cyrenian: Plays for a Negro Theater.
BC15434: PHILIP TOYNBEE. - Pantaloon; or The Valediction. A novel.
SPE90164: PHILIP TOYNBEE - contributes his article 'Newspeak, 1965' (a look at current socialist and capitalist problems) to an issue of the periodical 'Encounter'. Vol. XXV, No. 2. August 1965.
BUL90842: JESSICA MITFORD. PHILIP TOYNBEE. - Faces of Philip. A Memoir of Philip Toynbee.
BC12295: PHILIP TOYNBEE - End of a Journey. An Autobiographical Journal 1979-81. Edited by John Bullimore. (SIGNED BY THE EDITOR)
BC15873: BARBARA TRAPIDO - The Travelling Hornplayer. (SIGNED)
ARC91373: B.TRAVEN - The Treasure of the Sierra Madre. Translated from the German of 'Der Schatz der Sierra Madre' by Basil Creighton.
ARC92795: B.TRAVEN. - Der Karren. A novel.
BC14211: B.TRAVEN - The Night Visitor and Other Stories. With an introduction by Charles Miller.
BC12885: SHAUN TRAYNOR - Still Life. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC12954: SHAUN TRAYNOR - The Hardening Ground [and] Images in Winter. (INSCRIBED)
16196: JOHN BETJEMAN. IRIS TREE - The Marsh Picnic. A poem. With an introduction by John Betjeman.
13337: HENRY TREECE - How I See Apocalypse. ("almost the diary of a poet").
ARC91150: HENRY TREECE - How I See Apocalypse. ("almost the diary of a poet").
ARC93010: HENRY TREECE - Invitation and Warning. Poems.
BUL90201: JOHN TREHERNE. - The Strange History of Bonnie and Clyde.
ARC92765: SYDNEY TREMAYNE - Tatlings. Epigrams. With drawings by Fish. With a one-page introduction by E.Huskinson, editor of 'The Tatler', where both author and artist first appeared in print.
BUL90955: WILFRED TREMELLEN. - The Three Squadrons.
ARC92598: JULIAN TREVELYAN - Indigo Days.
BC12373: R.C.TREVELYAN - The Idylls of Theocritus. Translated from the Greek by R.C.Trevelyan. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91761: WILLIAM TREVOR - Fools of Fortune. A novel
ARC93004: WILLIAM TREVOR - Mrs Eckdorf in O'Neill's Hotel. (SIGNED, PLUS PROOF)
BC15874: WILLIAM TREVOR - Other People's Worlds. A novel.
ARC92030: WILLIAM TREVOR - Angels at the Ritz and Other Stories.
KP90645: WILLIAM TREVOR - contributes his fourteen-page short story 'A Happy Family' to an issue of the periodical 'London Magazine'. Vol. 6, No. 8. November 1966.
ARC91599: WILLIAM TREVOR - The Ballroom of Romance and Other Stories.
ARC90798: WILLIAM TREVOR - Beyond the Pale. Stories.
BC12307: WILLIAM TREVOR - Nights at the Alexandra. A novella with six full-page illustrations by Paul Hogarth.
WA90013: WILLIAM TREVOR - The Love Department. A novel. (PLUS PROOF)
ARC91649: WILLIAM TREVOR - The Boarding-House. A novel.
DZY211009030: J.C.TREWIN. - I Call my Name [and] Down South. Two pamphlets of poetry. (INSCRIBED)
BC15009: DIANA TRILLING - Reviewing in the Forties. With an introduction by Paul Fussell.
BC13327: ALEXANDER TROCCHI - contributes the first printing of his thirteen-page prose piece 'A Being of Distances' to an issue of the literary journal Botteghe Oscure X.
ARC92655: JOANNA TROLLOPE - Eliza Stanhope. A novel.
BC15948: ELIZABETH TROOP - Woolworth Madonna. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91650: M.J.TROW. - The Adventures of Inspector Lestrade.
BUL90740: C.A.TRYPANIS. - The Stones of Troy. Poems.
BC16089: HENRY WILLIAMSON. C.F.TUNNICLIFFE. - The Star-Born. With a brief introduction by the author and fifteen full-page engravings, eighteen tailpieces and two vignettes by C.F.Tunnicliffe.
BC16078: HENRY WILLIAMSON. C.F.TUNNICLIFFE. - The Peregrine's Saga and Other Wild Tales. With illustrations by C.F.Tunnicliffe.
BC16079: HENRY WILLIAMSON. C.F.TUNNICLIFFE. - The Lone Swallows and Other Essays of Boyhood and Youth. With illustrations by C.F.Tunnicliffe
BUL91074: HENRY WILLIAMSON. C.F.TUNNICLIFFE. - The Lone Swallows and Other Essays of Boyhood and Youth. With illustrations by C.F.Tunnicliffe.
BC14448: HENRY WILLIAMSON. C.F.TUNNICLIFFE. - The Henry Williamson Nature Books. Complete in five volumes comprising 'Salar the Salmon', 'Tarka the Otter', 'The Peregrine's Saga', 'The Lone Swallows' and 'The Old Stag'.
BC15895: C.F.TUNNICLIFFE. - Preliminary Drawings. Sketches, Watercolours, & Scraperboard Illustrations. A June 1985 Morgan Evans sale catalogue.
19963: HENRY WILLIAMSON. C.F.TUNNICLIFFE - Salar the Salmon. With a title page decoration and one small vignette by C.F.Tunnicliffe, who also supplies unaccredited map-illustrated endpaper decorations and a magnificent dust wrapper design
19962: HENRY WILLIAMSON. C.F.TUNNICLIFFE. - The Star-Born. With a brief introduction by the author and fifteen full-page engravings, eighteen tailpieces and two vignettes by C.F.Tunnicliffe.
BC11065: C.F.TUNNICLIFFE. - Bird Drawings. The 206 item catalogue of a 1974 exhibition at the Diploma Galleries, Royal Academy of Arts.
BUL90521: C.F.TUNNICLIFFE - The Peregrine Sketchbook. With an introduction by Robert Gillmor and an essay, 'The Anglesey Peregrines', by Derek Ratcliffe.
BC15894: C.F.TUNNICLIFFE - Shorelands Summer Diary. With illustrations by the author. (SIGNED)
BUL90703: C.F.TUNNICLIFFE. - Tropical Birds [and] Asian Wild Life. Illustrated and described by C.F.Tunnicliffe.
ARC91925: HENRY WILLIAMSON. C.F.TUNNICLIFFE - The Lone Swallows and Other Essays of Boyhood and Youth. With illustrations by C.F.Tunnicliffe.
BC14766: FRANK TUOHY. - Live Bait and Other Stories. (SIGNED)
ARC92744: DAVID TURNER - Semi-Detached. A Comedy.
BC13181: MICHAEL ROTHENSTEIN. REGINALD TURNER - Sussex. With drawings by Michael Rothenstein. (SIGNED)
BUL90814: FLORENCE TURNER - At the Chelsea.
BC12124: MAX BECKMANN. SARAH O'BRIEN TWOHIG. - Beckmann Carnival.
18947: KENNETH TYNAN - Alec Guinness. An illustrated study of his work for stage and screen.
18012: KENNETH TYNAN - Kenneth Tynan Letters. Edited by his widow, Kathleen Tynan.
BC11459: NICOLA TYRER. - They Fought in the Fields. The Women's Land Army: the Story of a Forgotten Victory.
JT9007: ALBERT TUCKER. CHRISTOPHER UHL. - Albert Tucker. A monograph.
15992: TOMI UNGERER - Catalogue of an exhibition at the Musee des Arts Decoratifs, Paris. Catalogue written by Christine Hamm & Sylvie Erb. With over 400 reproductions.
KP90709: BARRY UNSWORTH - The Songs of the Kings.
ARC91218: BARRY UNSWORTH - Sacred Hunger.
BC13401: BARRY UNSWORTH - Sugar and Rum.
ARC91701: JOHN UPDIKE - The Poorhouse Fair. A novel.
BUL90665: JOHN UPDIKE - Endpoint and Other Poems.
BC15452: JOHN UPDIKE - contributes his story 'The Roads of Home' to an issue of the periodical 'The New Yorker'. February 7, 2005
18458: JOHN UPDIKE - The Same Door. Stories.
BC14579: JOHN UPDIKE - Hoping for a Hoopoe. Poems.
BC16048: WILLIAM ORPEN. ROBERT UPSTONE - William Orpen. Politics, Sex & Death. The catalogue of a major 2005 retrospective exhibition at The Imperial War Museum and the National Gallery of Art, Dublin.
BC16108: WILLIAM ORPEN. ROBERT UPSTONE AND ANGELA WEIGHT. - William Orpen. An Onlooker in France. A Critical Edition of the Artist's War Memoirs.
BC13839: MARK URBAN - Generals. Ten British Commanders Who Shaped the World. (SIGNED)
BC15884: IAN URBINA - The Outlaw Ocean. Crime and Survival in the Last Untamed Frontier.
18653: JOACHIM G.LEITH USER - Worlds Beyond the Horizon. Translated from the German by Hugh Merrick. With illustrations.
ARC92767: ARLAND USSHER - The Mines of Siberiay. A New Ballad of Rooshian Rodie and Pawnbroker Liz. With an illustration by Nelson Paine
15300: KING GEORGE V - The King Inspects Troops at Aldershot, 1917 (A photograph album). Seven photographs, 8.5 x 6.5".
BC11781: ANTOINE DE SAINT-EXUPÉRY. NATHALIE DES VALLIČRES. - Saint-Exupéry. Art, Writings and Musings.
19816: ANTHONY VANDERVELL AND CHARLES COLES - Game and the English Landscape. The Influence of the Chase on Sporting Art and Scenery.
BC14082: SACCO AND VANZETTI - 7 | 4 | 17. A Letter from Bartolomeo Vanzetti to his friend's son Dante Sacco from the Death House, Massachusetts State Prison 7 | 4 | 17. Seven years, four months, seventeen days.
BC14580: JOSÉ MAURO DE VASCONCELOS - My Sweet Orange Tree. Translated from the Portuguese of 'O Meu Pé de Laranja Lima' by Edgar H.Miller Jr., and with illustrations by Frank Bozzo.
KP90513: RICHARD VAUGHAN - Who Rideth So Wild.
BC15211: KEITH VAUGHAN - Journals 1939-1977. With a nine-page introduction by Alan Ross.
BC13654: JOHN MCCRAE. HERWIG VERLEYEN - In Flanders Fields. The Story of John McCrae, His Poem and the Poppie.
BUL91029: GERMAIN VIATTE. - Aftermath. France 1945-54. New Images of Man. The catalogue of a March-June 1982 exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery.
BUL90471: SALLEY VICKERS - Instances of the Number 3. (SIGNED)
ARC91208: GORE VIDAL - The Judgement of Paris. A novel.
ARC91198: GORE VIDAL (WRITING AS 'EDGAR BOX'). - Death Likes it Hot.
18016: GUSTAV VIGELAND - Kunst i 48 Bilder. [The Art of Gustav Vigeland in 48 Pictures]. With forty-eight plates of black-and-white photographs.
14683: RUIZ VILAPLANA - Burgos Justice. A Year's Experience of Nationalist Spain. Translated by W.Horsfall Carter.
16956: E.H.VISIAK - The Haunted Island. With illustrations by Jack Matthews.
ARC181208007: E.H.VISIAK - Flints and Flashes. Poems. With an introduction by A.L.Lilley. (INSCRIBED)
BC11912: BERT VOETEN, WIM ALINGS JR. & EDUARD VISSER. - Wachten op het Feest [Waiting for the Party]. With an introduction by W.Hijmans.
BUL90225: ISAAC ASIMOV [A.E.VAN VOGT, LEWIS PADGETT, L.RON HUBBARD, LIONEL 'LAN' WRIGHT]. - contributes his stories 'Trends' and 'Bridle and Saddle' (the first bookform appearance of any of his celebrated 'Foundation' stories) to the pioneering science fiction anthology Men Against the Stars. Edited by Martin Greenberg and with a seven-page intr
BUL90809: A.E.VAN VOGT - The Mind Cage. A Science-Fiction Novel.
KP90708: KURT VONNEGUT. - Timequake. A novel.
ARC92047: VORTICISM. - Vorticism and its Allies. The catalogue of a 1974 Arts Council exhibition at the Hayward Gallery, London.
EVES9040: VORTICISM - A one-page handbill for an evening of avant-garde celebration entitled Blast / Zang Tumb ("Madness, Mayhem and Manifesti"), held at the Imperial War Museum on 2nd July 1992.
BC16109: GUUS DE VRIES. - The Great War Through Picture Postcards.
BC11366: ÉDOUARD VUILLARD. - Vuillard et le Goűt du Bonheur. Par Jacques Mercanton.
ARC91460: EDWARD WADSWORTH - Sailing-Ships and Barges of the Western Mediterranean and Adriatic Seas. Illustrated with twenty-three superb copper engravings, nineteen hand-coloured and nineteen full-page.
99407: JOHN WAIN - Wildtrack. A poem.
BC12842: JEFFREY WAINWRIGHT - The Important Man.
BC14353: DEREK WALCOTT - White Egrets. Poems
BUL90817: DEREK WALCOTT - Tiepolo's Hound. A poem. With twenty-six colour-plates reproducing the author's paintings.
BC12139: DEREK WALCOTT - What the Twilight Says. Essays.
IMM90014: H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES AND HUGH CASSON. - The Old Man of Lochnagar. With illustrations by Hugh Casson.
ARC92812: ARTHUR WALEY - A Hundred and Seventy Chinese Poems. Translated and introduced by Arthur Waley.
ARC91512: ARTHUR WALEY - More Translations from the Chinese.
BC15232: TED WALKER. - Gloves to the Hangman. Poems 1969-72
16767: OLIVER WALKER - Kaffirs are Lively. Being Some Backstage Impressions of the South African Democracy.
BC15576: TED WALKER - The Night Bathers. Poems 1966-68.
BC15577: TED WALKER - The Solitaries. Poems 1964-65.
BC15231: TED WALKER. - Fox on a Barn Door. Poems 1963-4.
BUL90511: DONALD SULTAN. BARRY WALKER - Donald Sultan: A Print Retrospective. The catalogue of a 1992-94 touring exhibition.
ARC92453: RAYMOND MYERSCOUGH-WALKER - Stage and Film Décor. With a foreword by Charles B.Cochran.
BC15922: ALICE WALKER - Her Blue Body Everything We Know. Earthling Poems 1965-1990 Complete. (SIGNED)
BC16020: DAVID WALLER - The Magnificent Mrs Tennant. The Adventurous Life of Gertrude Tennant, Victorian Grande Dame. (SIGNED)
99649: PHILIP WALLIS - At the Sign of the Ship. Notes on the House of Longman 1724- 1974. With an introduction by Elizabeth Longman.
ARC92881: HUGH WALPOLE - All Souls' Night. A Book of Stories.
BUL90958: IZAAK WALTON - The Complete Angler; or The Contemplative Man's Recreation.
ARC90718: GREAT WAR. - Sir John French's Despatches. First and second series.
MA90005: SPANISH CIVIL WAR - Shouts from the Wall. Posters and Photographs brought Home from the Spanish Civil War by American Volunteers. An essay by Cary Nelson accompanied by seventeen reproductions, in colour where required, published as part of the 'Blood, Sweat & Tears' three-p
BC14164: SECOND WORLD WAR - A National Registration Identity Card
BC15424: SECOND WORLD WAR. - Rank Badges of Britain's Allies.
19316: GREAT WAR. - Military Law in Tables. With Notes. "By A Military Lawyer".
ARC90637: GREAT WAR - The Ruins of Ypres-Poelcapelle 1914-1918.
BC13670: GREAT WAR - Arras Avant et Apres le Bombardment [Arras Before and After the Bombardment].
BC15423: SECOND WORLD WAR. - Regimental Badges and Service Caps. A fully coloured guide to the badges and caps worn by His Majesty's Army of the United Kingdom and the Dominions across the Seas.
ARC92689: GREAT WAR. - With the First Canadian Contingent. Published on Behalf of the Canadian Field Comforts Commission.
19318: GREAT WAR. - Three 1915 Overseas Club Empire Day certificates.
19988: GREAT WAR. - War Graves of the Empire. Reprinted from the Special Numbers of The Times November 10, 1928.
DZY211009031: JOAN E.V.WARBURG. - The Listening Ground. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC15784: H.E.BATES. JOHN WARD. - The Vanished World, The Blossoming World [and] The World in Ripeness. Bates' autobiography, complete in three volumes. With endpaper designs and illustrations, a number full-page, by John Ward.
19825: WILLIAM WICKHAM. KENNETH WARD - The World of William Wickham. The Biography and Photography of a Remarkable Victorian.
BC13677: G.KINGSLEY WARD AND MAJOR EDWIN GIBSON. - Courage Remembered. The Story Behind the Construction and Maintenance of the Commonwealth's Military Cemeteries and Memorials of the Wars of 1914-1918 and 1939-1945.
BC14096: ALAN NEAME. ANDY WARHOL - The Adventures of Maud Noakes [and] Maud Noakes, Guerilla.
BUL90900: FRANCIS WARNER - Nightingales. Poems: 1985-1996. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
17512: SYLVIA TOWNSEND WARNER - The Espalier. Poems.
17513: SYLVIA TOWNSEND WARNER - Time Importuned. Poems.
ARC92638: SYLVIA TOWNSEND WARNER - Elinor Barley. With illustrations in dry point by J.R.Hodgkins. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
19821: WILLIAM W.WARNER - Distant Water. The Fate of the North Atlantic Fisherman (with UK edition dust wrapper)
BUL90402: REX WARNER. - Poems and Contradictions.
12162: SYLVIA TOWNSEND WARNER - The Espalier. Poems.
BUL90822: SYLVIA TOWNSEND WARNER - Twelve Poems. With a preface by Peter Pears.
ARC91685: SYLVIA TOWNSEND WARNER - contributes her ten-page story 'Rosie Flounders' to the inaugural issue of the periodical London Forum. A Quarterly Review of Literature, Art and Current Affairs. Vol. 1, Nol. 1. Winter 1946.
BC14988: ROBERT PENN WARREN - Eleven Poems on the Same Theme.
BC11339: C.HENRY WARREN. - Happy Countryman. A novel.
991890: JACOB WASSERMANN - Joseph Kerkhoven's Third Existence. Translated from the German by Eden & Cedar Paul.
BC14327: GORDON WATERFIELD - Sultans of Aden. With various photographs and reproductions, and unaccredited chapter header illustrations by Dorothy Liptrap. (PRESENTATION COPY)
BC10975: KEITH WATERHOUSE. - Thinks. A novel. (SIGNED)
15638: SAMUEL JOHNSON. W.B.C.WATKINS - Johnson and English Poetry before 1660.
KP90691: VERNON WATKINS. - Cypress and Acacia. Poems.
KP90686: VERNON WATKINS - Ballad of the Mari Lwyd and Other Poems
KP90689: VERNON WATKINS - The Death Bell. Poems and Ballads
ARC91464: IAN WATSON - The Jonah Kit. A novel. (SIGNED)
19864: G.K.CHESTERTON. G.F.WATTS - G.F.Watts. A Biography. With a preface by Quentin Bell.
ARC92562: EVELYN WAUGH - Put Out More Flags. A novel.
ARC91031: EVELYN WAUGH - Labels. A Mediterranean Journal.
ARC91140: ALEC WAUGH. - The Prisoners of Mainz. With illustrations by Captain R.T.Roussel (P.O.W. Mainz).
991892: EVELYN WAUGH - Hissez le Grand Pavois. Translated from the English of 'Put Out More Flags' by Georges-Philippe Brabant.
ARC92095: EVELYN WAUGH - Robbery Under Law: The Mexican Object-Lesson
ARC92488: EVELYN WAUGH - Labels. A Mediterranean Journal.
16219: RUPERT BROOKE. ARTHUR WAUGH - Tradition and Change. Studies in Contemporary Literature.
ARC91861: EVELYN WAUGH - Black Mischief.
BC12191: ALEC WAUGH - A Family of Islands. A History of the West Indies from 1492 to 1898, with an Epilogue sketching Events from the Spanish-American War to the 1960's.
BC15904: EVELYN WAUGH - contributes his thirteen-page story 'My Father's House' to an issue of the periodical 'Horizon. A Review of Literature and Art'. Vol. IV, no. 23, November 1941. Edited by Cyril Connolly.
991891: EVELYN WAUGH - Conduite Scandaleuse. Translated from the English of 'Decline and Fall' by Franz Weyergans.
ARC91730: EVELYN WAUGH - Decline and Fall. An Illustrated Novelette.
BC13087: BENET WEATHERHEAD - The Imprisoned Heart. Poems. Edited and introduced by Laurence bright and with wood engravings by Hilary Paynter. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC15749: EDWARD BAWDEN. NIGEL WEAVER - Edward Bawden in the Middle East.
BC16095: SIR LAWRENCE WEAVER - The Scottish National War Memorial. The Castle, Edinburgh. A record and appreciation by Sir Lawrence Weaver, K.B.E.
BC14975: MAX WEBER - Max Weber. The Cubist Decade 1910-1920. The catalogue of a touring 1991-93 exhibition. With an essay by Percy North and an introduction by Susan Krane.
BC14976: MAX WEBER - Max Weber. An American Cubist in Paris and London 1905-15.
BC16018: MICHAEL AYRTON. JOHN WEBSTER - The Duchess of Malfi. With illustrations and a dust wrapper design by Michael Ayrton, and introductory essays by George Rylands and Charles Williams.
FP90001: JOHN WEBSTER. - The Duchess of Malfi. The programme for a 1949 production at Oriel College produced by Michael Gettleson and with sets designed by Michael Levey.
ARC91446: FREDERICK ROLFE. DONALD WEEKS. - Frederick William Rolfe, the 1903 Conclave & Hartwell de la Garde Grissell. (SIGNED)
BC11006: T.E.LAWRENCE. DONALD WEEKS. - T.E.Lawrence. An hitherto unknown Biographical/ Bibliographical Note.
ARC93024: FREDERICK ROLFE. DONALD WEEKS. - Frederick William Rolfe and Artists' Models. An essay.
BC14874: SIMONE WEIL - Intimations of Christianity Among the Ancient Greeks. Edited and translated from the French of 'La Source Grecque' and 'Les Intuitions Pré-Chrétiennes' by Elisabeth Chase Geissbuhler.
19202: MATTHEW WEINREB AND FIONA BIDDULPH. - Metropolitain. A Portrait of Paris.
15213: HELLMUTH WEISSENBORN, HEINRICH HEINE - Doktor Faust. A Dance Poem. Together with some Rare Accounts of Witches, Devils and the Ancient Art of Sorcery. Edited and translated by Basil Ashmore, with an introduction by J.C.Trewin. With engravings by Hellmuth Weissenborn.
17986: ARTHUR SYMONS. T.EARLE WELBY - Arthur Symons. A Critical Study.
KP90137: DENTON WELCH - contributes his poem 'The Driving Power' to the anthology Modern Reading 15. Edited by Reginald Moore.
ARC91956: DENTON WELCH - Brave and Cruel and Other Stories.
BC15723: DENTON WELCH - The Journals of Denton Welch. With illustrations by the author. Edited by Michael De-la-Noy.
14739: FAY WELDON - The President's Child. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91768: FAY WELDON - Down Among the Women.
19865: MICHAEL WELLER. - Cancer. A comedy.
99417: DOROTHY WELLESLEY - Desert Wells. Poems.
KP90116: DOROTHY WELLESLEY - Desert Wells. Poems.
BC13585: PETER WELLS - Poems.
BC14140: N.KATHARIN WELLS - Diverse Roads. A novel.
18175: JOHN BETJEMAN. H.G.WELLS, L.V.GRINSELL, H.S.TALAMY - Studies in the History of Swindon.
ARC91844: EUDORA WELTY - The Wide Net and Other Stories.
ARC92586: GLENWAY WESCOTT - The Bitterns. A Book of Twelve Poems.
BC12198: REBECCA WEST - The Only Poet and Short Stories. Edited by Antonia Till.
ARC92389: V.SACKVILLE-WEST. - Country Notes. With photographs by Bryan and Norman Westwood.
ARC91295: SHELL GUIDE. ANTHONY WEST - Gloucester. A Shell Guide.
ARC92049: V.SACKVILLE-WEST. - Andrew Marvell.
ARC91825: JOHN PIPER. ANTHONY WEST. - On a Dark Night. With a dust wrapper design by John Piper.
BC11851: HENRY WILLIAMSON. HERBERT FAULKNER WEST - The Dreamer of Devon. An essay on Henry Williamson.
ARC90380: SHELL GUIDE. ANTHONY WEST. - Gloucester. A Shell Guide.
ARC92358: V.SACKVILLE-WEST. - The Edwardians. A novel.
BC11931: HENRY WILLIAMSON. HERBERT FAULKNER WEST. - The Dreamer of Devon. An essay on Henry Williamson.
ARC92609: V.SACKVILLE-WEST - Heritage. A novel.
BC11453: REBECCA WEST. - Harriet Hume. A London Fantasy.
BUL90473: NIGEL WEST. - A Matter of Trust. MI5 1945-72. (INSCRIBED)
BUL90877: V.SACKVILLE-WEST. - Selected Poems.
ARC91927: V.SACKVILLE-WEST. - Grey Wethers. A Romantic Novel.
15926: V.SACKVILLE-WEST - The Dark Island. A novel.
BC12634: RAY WESTLAKE - British Battalions on the Western Front. January to June 1915. Neuve Chapelle, Ypres, Aubers Ridge and Festubert. (SIGNED)
99570: JESSIE L.WESTON, [EDITOR] - Romance Vision & Satire. English Alliterative Poems. Newly rendered in the original metres by Jessie L.Weston.
991746: CORNELIUS WEYGANDT - Irish Plays and Playwrights. With illustrations.
17526: EDITH WHARTON - The Letters of Edith Wharton. Edited by R.W.B.Lewis & Nancy Lewis.
ARC90896: EDITH WHARTON - A Motor-Flight through France.
ARC91499: DENNIS WHEATLEY - The Eight Ages of Justerini's 1749-1965. (INSCRIBED)
ARC90190: DENNIS WHEATLEY. - Old Rowley. A Private Life of Charles II. With illustrations by Frank C.Papé. (SIGNED SLIP LAID-IN)
ARC92825: DENNIS WHEATLEY - The Man Who Missed the War. A novel.
ARC92608: CHARLES WHIBLEY - Essays in Biography. (INSCRIBED)
99324: PETER WHIGHAM - The Blue Winged Bee: Love Poems of the VIth Dalai Lama [and] The Ingathering of Love.
BUL90352: LAURENCE WHISTLER. - Point Engraving on Glass. With a foreword by Hugh Cecil.
BC13040: REX WHISTLER - Designs for the Theatre. With appreciations by Cecil Beaton, James Laver and Laurence Whistler.
19627: LAURENCE WHISTLER - Who Live in Unity. (SIGNED)
BC13096: LAURENCE WHISTLER - contributes three poems to Oxford Poetry 1932. (SIGNED)
ARC92463: LAURENCE WHISTLER - The Imagination of Vanbrugh and His Fellow Artists.
BC16071: EDITH OLIVIER. REX WHISTLER - Country Moods and Tenses. A Non-Grammarian's Chapbook.
19643: LAURENCE WHISTLER - Way. Idea of a City and Triune. Two affirmations by Laurence Whistler: in Glass and Verse. (SIGNED)
BC16057: LAURENCE WHISTLER - The Initials in the Heart.
16013: LAURENCE WHISTLER. REX WHISTLER. - The Emperor Heart. Poems. With illustrations by Rex Whistler.
ARC90105: REX WHISTLER. - Restoration Love Songs. Edited and with an introduction by John Hadfield.
ARC91737: LAURENCE WHISTLER - Sir John Vanburgh. Architect and Dramatist 1664-1726.
ARC92424: REX WHISTLER - The New Forget-Me-Not. An anthology. With four colour plates and various handsome decorations by Rex Whistler. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
19458: GILBERT WHITE - The Natural History of Selborne; with Observations on various Parts of Nature; and The Naturalist's Calendar. With additions and supplementary notes by Sir William Jardine. Edited, with further illustrations, a biographical sketch of the author, and a com
BUL90623: ALAN WHITE - The Long Day's Dying. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
19883: T.H.WHITE - The Master. An Adventure Story.
20012: T.H.WHITE. - America at Last. An American Journal. With a ten-page introduction by David Garnett.
16014: R.J.WHITE. - Dr Bentley. A Study in Academic Scarlet. With illustrations.
SPE90202: ARTHUR S.WHITE - A Bibliography of Regimental Histories of the British Army. Compiled by Arthur S.White and with a foreword by Field Marshall Sir Gerald W.R.Templer.
ARC92377: T.H.WHITE. - Loved Helen and Other Poems.
BC11762: ALICE WALKER. EVELYN C.WHITE - Alice Walker. A Life.
20042: T.H.WHITE - The Scandalmonger.
ARC92479: T.H.WHITE. - The Book of Beasts. Being a Translation From a Latin Bestiary of the Twelfth Century.
BC12549: T.H.WHITE - Farewell Victoria.
BC12643: T.H.WHITE. - The Ill-Made Knight. The third volume of White's celebrated Arthurian tetralogy.
12952: EDMUND WHITE - Nocturnes for the King of Naples.
RB90052: WILLIAM ARCHER. PETER WHITEBROOK - William Archer. A biography.
15821: J.MILLS WHITHAM - Swings and Roundabouts. A novel.
BC15942: ELIE WIESEL - The Judges. A novel.
BC14660: STANLEY SPENCER. R.H.WILENSKI - Stanley Spencer. A monograph.
JUL90393: HENRY MOORE. ALAN G.WILKINSON. - The Drawings of Henry Moore. The catalogue of a touring 1977-78 exhibition.
99675: ELLEN WILLIAMS - Harriet Monroe and the Poetry Renaissance. The first ten years of "Poetry" 1912-22.
ARC92524: CHARLES WILLIAMS - The Region of the Summer Stars. Poems.
BC16044: DYLAN THOMAS. ROBERT COLEMAN WILLIAMS. - A Concordance to the Collected Poems of Dylan Thomas. Edited with an introduction by Robert Coleman Williams.
16967: CHARLES WILLIAMS - Judgement at Chelmsford. A Pageant Play.
18586: THOMAS HARDY. RANDALL WILLIAMS - The Wessex Novels of Thomas Hardy.
18915: MARY WILLIAMS & JAMES A.DE ROTHSCHILD. (EDITORS) - A Miscellany of Studies in Romance Languages & Literatures. Presented to Leon E.Kastner.
ARC91672: FRANKLIN B.WILLIAMS - The Gardyners Passetaunce [c.1512]. Edited with an introduction and transcript by Franklin B.Williams Jr. With notes on the two unique editions in Westminster Abbey Library, descriptions of the bindings in which they were preserved, and the other items fo
ARC92779: CHARLES WILLIAMS - Divorce. Poems.
ARC92766: C.F.TUNNICLIFFE. HARCOURT WILLIAMS - Tales from Ebony. With thirty-two wonderfully vibrant colour plates by C.F.Tunnicliffe. (SIGNED)
BC13286: LOELIA DUCHESS OF WESTMINSTER. [HENRY WILLIAMSON] - Grace and Favour. The Memoirs of Loelia Duchess of Westminster. With a foreword by Noël Coward. [HENRY WILLIAMSON'S COPY]
BC16124: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Love and the Loveless. A Soldier's Tale. Volume seven of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'. (ASSOCIATION COPY)
BC11709: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Power of the Dead. Volume eleven of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
BC14415: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Atlantic Tales. Contributions to The Atlantic Monthly 1927-1947. Edited by John Gregory, with an introduction by Richard Williamson and an essay, 'Both Sides of the Water', by Anne Williamson.
19956: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Young Phillip Maddison. Volume three of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
19993: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Phasian Bird.
BC13447: HENRY WILLIAMSON - contributes 'The Winter of 1941' to The Pleasure Ground. A Miscellany of English Writing. Edited by Malcolm Elwin and illustrated with photographs.
ARC90184: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Golden Virgin. Volume 6 of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
BC13012: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Pathway. Book four of 'The Flax of Dream' sequence.
BC16025: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - From a Country Hilltop. Edited and introduced by John Gregory. (DELUXE ISSUE)
BC12684: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Richard Jefferies. Selections of his Work, with details of his Life and Circumstance, his Death and Immortality.
20004: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Tarka the Otter. Prospectus and Order Form.
BC15902: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Innocent Moon. Volume nine of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
BC16123: HENRY WILLIAMSON - A Solitary War. Volume thirteen of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'. (ASSOCIATION COPY)
BC13437: HENRY WILLIAMSON - A Breath of Country Air. Parts I & II. Edited and introduced by John Gregory. With photographs.
BC15754: GEORGE J.GILL. HENRY WILLIAMSON - A Fight Against Tithes. Edited by Donald Gill and S.S.Gill and with an Epilogue by Henry Williamson.
19984: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Richard Jefferies. Selections of his Work, with details of his Life and Circumstance, his Death and Immortality.
BC14412: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Children of Shallowford.
BC15883: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Life in a Devon Village.
BC15742: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Stumberleap: A Story Taken from The Old Stag.
BC12122: OLIVE HAWKS. [HENRY WILLIAMSON]. - What Hope for Green Street? (SIGNED)
BC13366: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Tales of a Devon Village.
BC15765: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Pen and Plough. Further Broadcasts. Edited and with an introduction by John Gregory.
19728: FRANCIS THOMPSON. HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Mistress of Vision. With a commentary by the Rev. John O'Connor, and a preface by Father Vincent McNabb. Now reprinted with an introduction by Joseph Jerome [i.e. Brocard Sewell] and an essay, 'A First Adventure with Francis Thompson', by Henry Willia
19805: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Lone Swallows and Other Essays of the Country Green.
19834: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Spring Days in Devon and Other Broadcasts. [Edited by John Gregory].
19859: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Salar the Salmon. A novel.
BC16082: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Donkey Boy. Volume two of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
BC16081: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - On Foot in Devon, or Guidance and Gossip, being a Monologue in Two Reels.
ARC170208011: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Linhay on the Downs. A 24-page story. (INITIALLED by the author)
ARC120309015: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Linhay on the Downs and Other Adventures in the Old and the New World (INSCRIBED)
ARC90826: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Beautiful Years. A Tale of Childhood.
BC14330: HENRY WILLIAMSON - A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight. Complete in fifteen volumes comprising The Dark Lantern, Donkey Boy, Young Phillip Maddison, How Dear is Life, A Fox Under my Cloak, The Golden Virgin, Love and the Loveless, A Test to Destruction, The Innocent Moon, It wa
BC12477: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Sun in the Sands.
10287: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Pathway. A novel. The fourth and final volume of the 'Flax of Dream' sequence
19710: HENRY WILLIAMSON (PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY). - The Gold Falcon; or The Haggard of Love. Being the Adventures of Manfred, Airman and Poet of the World War, and later, Husband and Father, in Search of Freedom and Personal Sunrise, in the City of New York; and of the Consummation of his Life.
BC16086: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Story of a Norfolk Farm.
BC15882: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Golden Virgin. Volume six of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
BC11839: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Wild Red Deer of Exmoor. A Digression on Stag-Hunting.
BC16080: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Flax of Dream sequence, complete in four volumes comprising 'The Beautiful Years', 'Dandelion Days', 'Dream of Fair Women' [and] 'The Pathway'.
20050: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Wet Flanders Plain.
20055: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Lone Swallows.
9922652: HENRY WILLIAMSON - It Was the Nightingale. A volume of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'. (UNCORRECTED PROOF).
19794: HENRY WILLIAMSON - As the Sun Shines
20053: DOUGLAS HERBERT BELL. HENRY WILLIAMSON - A Soldier's Diary of the Great War. [Edited by and] with a lengthy introduction by Henry Williamson.
BC15788: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Children of Shallowford.
BC15596: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Love and the Loveless. A Soldier's Tale. Volume seven of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
20026: HENRY WILLIAMSON - My Favourite Country Stories. Selected, edited and introduced by Henry Williamson.
BC13531: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Midsummer Night.
BC14775: FRANCIS THOMPSON. HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Mistress of Vision. With a commentary by the Reverend John O'Connor, S.T.P. and a preface by Father Vincent McNabb, O.P. With a new introduction by Joseph Jerome [i.e. Brocard Sewell] and an essay, 'A First Adventure with Francis Thompson', by Henry W
BC13443: HENRY WILLIAMSON - contributes a four-page introduction to Sir E.John Russell's English Farming.
BC14833: HENRY WILLIAMSON - contributes his regular 'Words on the West Wind' column to an issue of the periodical 'The Adelphi', Vol. 25, No. 4. July-September 1949.
BC14835: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Tarka the Otter. His Joyful Water-Life and Death in the County of the Two Rivers. With an introduction by the Hon. Sir John Fortescue.
BC14836: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Phasian Bird. With illustrations by Israel Doskow.
BC14837: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Old Stag. Stories.
BC14839: HENRY WILLIAMSON - contributes his regular 'Words on the West Wind' column to an issue of the periodical 'The Adelphi', Vol. 26, No. 1. Autumn 1949.
19985: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Genius of Friendship. T.E.Lawrence.
19980: JAMES FARRAR. HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Unreturning Spring. Being the Poems, Sketches, Stories and Letters of James Farrar. Edited and with an introduction by Henry Williamson.
BC14560: HENRY WILLIAMSON - A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight. Complete in fifteen volumes comprising 'The Dark Lantern', 'Donkey Boy', 'Young Phillip Maddison', 'How Dear is Life', 'A Fox Under my Cloak', 'The Golden Virgin', 'Love and the Loveless', 'A Test to Destruction', 'The Inn
ARC90288: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Dream of Fair Women. The third volume of the 'Flax of Dream' sequence.
BC12362: HENRY WILLIAMSON - A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight. Complete in fifteen volumes comprising The Dark Lantern, Donkey Boy, Young Phillip Maddison, How Dear is Life, A Fox Under my Cloak, The Golden Virgin, Love and the Loveless, A Test to Destruction, The Innocent Moon, It wa
15890: AUDREY WILLIAMSON - Artists and Writers in Revolt: the Pre-Raphaelites. With illustrations.
BC15868: T.S.ELIOT. HUGH ROSS WILLIAMSON. - The Poetry of T.S.Eliot.
19944: HENRY WILLIAMSON - As the Sun Shines
20051: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Children of Shallowford.
20003: HENRY WILLIAMSON (INTEREST). - Tarka Country. A forty-four page 'Green Guide' to the Devon of Williamson's 'Tarka the Otter' produced by the Tarka Country Tourism Association.
BC14445: HENRY WILLIAMSON - contributes 'Out of the Prisoning Tower' to the anthology John Bull's Schooldays. Edited by Brian Inglis.
BC16024: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Spring Days in Devon and Other Broadcasts. Edited by John Gregory. (DELUXE ISSUE)
BC15635: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Gale of the World. The fifteenth and final volume of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
BC15636: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - A Fox Under my Cloak. Volume five of the author's 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight' sequence.
19485: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Scandaroon With drawings by Ken Lilly.
20067: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Linhay on the Downs and Other Adventures in the Old and the New World.
BC16085: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Tarka the Otter. His Joyful Water-Life and Death in the Country of the Two Rivers. With an introduction by Sir John Fortescue.
BC12586: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Henry Williamson Society Newsletter. Numbers 3-6.
CW90038: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Salar the Salmon. A novel.
19795: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Weekly Dispatch. Edited and with an introduction by John Gregory.
BC14421: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Indian Summer Notebook. A Writer's Miscellany. Edited by John Gregory and with an essay by Brocard Sewell.
BC13445: HENRY WILLIAMSON - contributes 'A Devon Stream' to the anthology Countryside Mood. Edited and with an introduction by Richard Harman, and illustrated with photographs and with wood engravings by Joan Rickarby.
19689: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Peregrine's Saga and Other Stories of the Country Green.
BC14825: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Tarka the Otter. His Joyful Water-Life and Death in the County of the Two Rivers. With an introduction by the Hon. Sir John Fortescue.
BC14831: HENRY WILLIAMSON - A Fox Under my Cloak. Volume five of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
BC13838: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Linhay on the Downs [and] The Firing Gatherer. Two stories.
19858: HENRY WILLIAMSON - contributes the Wedmore Memorial Lecture to an issue of Essays by Divers Hands. Being the Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature. Edited by N.Hardy Wallis.
20064: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Days of Wonder. With illustrations by R.A.Richardson and D.Roberts, and with an introduction by Richard Williamson.
ARC91769: HENRY WILLIAMSON - A Test to Destruction. The eighth volume of 'A Chronicle an Ancient Sunlight'.
BC12505: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Goodbye West Country.
19403: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Old Stag. Stories.
20001: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Henry Williamson, the Man, the Writings. A Symposium.
20020: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Phoenix Generation. Volume twelve of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
BC13436: HENRY WILLIAMSON - From a Country Hilltop. Edited and introduced by John Gregory.
BC13008: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Dandelion Days. Book two of 'The Flax of Dream' sequence.
BC16102: V.M.YEATES. HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Winged Victory. With a revised introductory tribute by Henry Williamson.
BC14422: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Stumberleap and Other Devon Writings. Contributions to the Daily Express and Sunday Express 1915-1935. Edited and with an introduction by John Gregory.
BC14423: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Words on the West Wind. Selected Essays from The Adelphi 1924-1950. Edited by John Gregory, with postscripts with Anne and Richard Williamson.
BC14437: RICHARD WILLIAMSON - The Great Yew Forest. The Natural History of Kingley Vale. (PLUS TWO CARDS FROM THE AUTHOR)
20002: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Henry Williamson, the Man, the Writings. A Symposium. (INSCRIBED)
BC16087: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Tarka the Otter. His Joyful Water-Life and Death in the County of the Two Rivers. With an introduction by the Hon. Sir John Fortescue K.C.V.O.
BC11925: HENRY WILLIAMSON, - The Dream of Fair Women. Book three of The Flax of Dream sequence. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC13952: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Donkey Boy. Volume two of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
BC13942: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Old Stag. Stories.
20061: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Children of Shallowford.
19259: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Lone Swallows and Other Essays of the Country Green.
19553: HENRY WILLIAMSON (PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY). - The Gold Falcon; or The Haggard of Love. Being the Adventures of Manfred, Airman and Poet of the World War, and later, Husband and Father, in Search of Freedom and Personal Sunrise, in the City of New York; and of the Consummation of his Life.
BC16075: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Heart of England. Edited and with an introduction and postscript by John Gregory, and illustrated with photographs.
BC14826: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Henry Williamson Society Journal. No. 1.
BC13006: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Labouring Life.
19295: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Goodbye West Country
19415: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Wet Flanders Plain.
19552: HENRY WILLIAMSON (PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY). - The Gold Falcon; or The Haggard of Love. Being the Adventures of Manfred, Airman and Poet of the World War, and later, Husband and Father, in Search of Freedom and Personal Sunrise, in the City of New York; and of the Consummation of his Life.
BC13498: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Goodbye West Country. Illustrated with thirty photographic plates, mostly taken by the author.
19998: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Devon Holiday.
BC15378: HENRY WILLIAMSON - How Dear is Life. Volume four of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
BC16023: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Pen and Plough. Further Broadcasts. Edited and with an introduction by John Gregory. (DELUXE ISSUE)
20066: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Village Book.
BC13435: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Star-Born. (The discarded signature for the deluxe issue).

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