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BC14821: HENRY WILLIAMSON. C.F.TUNNICLIFFE. - On Foot in Devon; or Guidance and Gossip. Being a Monologue in Two Reels.
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'.
BC13883: C.F.TUNNICLIFFE - Bird Portraits. A Series of British Birds Illustrated and Described by C.F.Tunnicliffe.
BC13884: C.F.TUNNICLIFFE - British Wild Life. Described by Frances Pitt and Illustrated by C.F.Tunnicliffe.
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.
BC15470: C.F.TUNNICLIFFE. - Shorelands Summer Diary. With illustrations by the author.
BC14755: HENRY WILLIAMSON. C.F.TUNNICLIFFE. - Tarka the Otter. His Joyful Water-Life and Death in the Country of the Two Rivers. With an introduction by John Fortescue and illustrations by C.F.Tunnicliffe.
MA90011: C.F.TUNNICLIFFE. - Shorelands Summer Diary. With illustrations by the author. (SIGNED)
BC11065: C.F.TUNNICLIFFE. - Bird Drawings. The 206 item catalogue of a 1974 exhibition at the Diploma Galleries, Royal Academy of Arts.
19970: C.F.TUNNICLIFFE - A Sketchbook of Birds [and] Sketches of Bird Life.
BUL90521: C.F.TUNNICLIFFE - The Peregrine Sketchbook. With an introduction by Robert Gillmor and an essay, 'The Anglesey Peregrines', by Derek Ratcliffe.
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)
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.
KP90564: ANNE TYLER - A Slipping-Down Life.
ARC91963: ANNE TYLER - Celestial Navigation. A novel.
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.
BC15299: TRISTAN TZARA - contributes ten poems to the final issue of the short-lived monthly (now quarterly) periodical 'Contemporary Poetry and Prose'. No. 10. Autumn 1937. Edited by Roger Roughton.
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.
BC14522: JOHN UPDIKE - The Witches of Eastwick.
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'.
18458: JOHN UPDIKE - The Same Door. Stories.
BC14579: JOHN UPDIKE - Hoping for a Hoopoe. Poems.
BC13839: MARK URBAN - Generals. Ten British Commanders Who Shaped the World. (SIGNED)
18653: JOACHIM G.LEITH USER - Worlds Beyond the Horizon. Translated from the German by Hugh Merrick. With illustrations.
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 VALLIÈRES. - 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 & Scenery.
19690: ROBERT VANSITTART. (T.E.LAWRENCE INTEREST). - The Singing Caravan. A Sufi Tale. With illustrations by William MacCance.
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.
BC12502: VARIOUS. (JONATHAN RABAN, PAUL FOOT, JOHN LLOYD, FAY WELDON, MARINA WARNER, WILLIAM SHAWCROSS, RUTH RENDELL & COLIN WARN, MARY WARNOCK, SUE TOWNSEND AND CHRISTOPHER HITCHINS) - CounterBlasts. The first ten volumes of the CounterBlasts series.
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.
BC13429: KEITH VAUGHAN - Keith Vaughan 1912-1977. A Selection of Work. The catalogue of a 1989 exhibition at Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London.
ARC92033: GEORGE SEFERIS. KEITH VAUGHAN. - The King of Asine and Other Poems. Translated from the Greek by Bernard Spencer, Nanos Valaoritis and Lawrence Durrell, and with an introduction by Rex Warner.
KP90513: RICHARD VAUGHAN - Who Rideth So Wild.
WA90031: KEITH VAUGHAN - Keith Vaughan 1912-1977. A Selection of Work. The catalogue of a 1989 Austin/Desmond Fine Art exhibition.
BC15211: KEITH VAUGHAN - Journals 1939-1977. With a nine-page introduction by Alan Ross.
WA90030: KEITH VAUGHAN - contributes a superb dust wrapper design and his eleven-page illustrated essay 'A View of English Painting' to the anthology New Writing and Daylight. Winter 1943-44. Edited by John Lehmann.
ARC90470: SHELL GUIDE. DAVID VEREY. - Herefordshire. A Shell Guide.
BC13654: JOHN MCCRAE. HERWIG VERLEYEN - In Flanders Fields. The Story of John McCrae, His Poem and the Poppie.
JH301109014: JOAN VERNET AND RAMÓN MASATS. - Al-Andalus. El Islam en Espana. With text by Joan Vernet (translated by Leonor Martínez Martín) and photographs by Ramón Masats.
19759: JOHN VERNEY - Going to the Wars. A Journey in Various Directions.
19790: GIANNI VERSACE. - Versace. With text by Richard Martin
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 48 plates of black-and-white photographs.
14683: RUIZ VILAPLANA - Burgos Justice. A Year's Experience of Nationalist Spain. Translated by W.Horsfall Carter.
BUL90472: FRANÇOIS VILLON - The Testaments of François Villon. Translated from the French by John Heron Lepper. (INSCRIBED BY THE TRANSLATOR)
BC12892: MICHAEL VINCE - Gaining Definition. Poems
GAM00259: MAX BEERBOHM. ROBERT VISCUSI. - Max Beerbohm, or The Dandy Dante. Rereading with Mirrors.
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 an introduction b
BUL90809: A.E.VAN VOGT - The Mind Cage. A Science-Fiction Novel.
KP90148: KURT VONNEGUT. - A Man Without a Country. A Memoir of Life in George W.Bush's America. Edited by Daniel Simon.
BUL90706: KURT VONNEGUT - Palm Sunday. An Autobiographical Collage.
KP90707: KURT VONNEGUT. - Galapagos. A novel.
KP90708: KURT VONNEGUT. - Timequake. A novel.
BC15104: VORTICISM - Blasting the Future! Vorticism in Britain 1910-1920. The catalogue of a 2004 exhibition at the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art.
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.
BC11366: ÉDOUARD VUILLARD. - Vuillard et le Goût du Bonheur. Par Jacques Mercanton.
19707: ROSALIND WADE - Red Letter Day. Twelve Stories of Cornwall. (INSCRIBED)
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.
ARC91517: JOHN WAIN - Mixed Feelings. Nineteen Poems.
99407: JOHN WAIN - Wildtrack. A poem.
ARC92009: JOHN WAIN. (JOHN BETJEMAN INTEREST). - Mid-Week Period Return. Home Thoughts of a Native. A lengthy poem by John Wain, dedicated to John Betjeman and delightfully illustrated by Arthur Keene. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC12842: JEFFREY WAINWRIGHT - The Important Man.
BC12139: DEREK WALCOTT - What the Twilight Says. Essays.
BC14353: DEREK WALCOTT - White Egrets. Poems
BUL90817: DEREK WALCOTT - Tiepolo's Hound. A poem. With twenty-six colour-plates reproducing the author's paintings.
IMM90014: H.R.H. THE PRICE OF WALES AND HUGH CASSON. - The Old Man of Lochnagar. With illustrations by Hugh Casson.
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.
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.
BUL90573: EDWARD WAKE-WALKER - A House for Spies. SIS Operations into Occupied France from a Sussex Farmhouse. (INSCRIBED)
BC11495: ALAN WALL. - A to Z. A novella. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC91767: ROBERT JAMES WALLER - The Bridges of Madison County. A novel. (SIGNED)
19623: ROBERT WALLER - The Two Natures. (INSCRIBED TO ARTHUR CALDER-MARSHALL AND WITH ALS)
99649: PHILIP WALLIS - At the Sign of the Ship. Notes on the House of Longman 1724- 1974. With illustrations.
BC14803: HUGH WALPOLE - A Letter to a Modern Novelist.
BC14335: MINETTE WALTERS - Acid Row. (SIGNED)
ARC91905: MINETTE WALTERS - The Ice House. (SIGNED)
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
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].
BC15127: SPANISH CIVIL WAR. - Ruthven Todd contributes reviews of three influential Spanish Civil War books to an issue of the periodical 'Twentieth Century Verse'. No. 17.
BC15424: SECOND WORLD WAR. - Rank Badges of Britain's Allies.
19318: GREAT WAR. - Three 1915 Overseas Club Empire Day certificates.
ARC91875: SPANISH CIVIL WAR. (T.F.POWYS, REBECCA WEST, J.B.PRIESTLEY, STEPHEN SPENDER, ETHEL MANNIN, FRANCIS MEYNELL, J.LANGDON-DAVIES, CATHERINE CARSWELL & LOUIS GOLDING) - Spain and Us.
19988: GREAT WAR. - War Graves of the Empire. Reprinted from the Special Numbers of The Times November 10, 1928.
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.
DZY211009031: JOAN E.V.WARBURG. - The Listening Ground. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
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.
17508: PETER WARLOCK, [PSEUDONYM OF PHILIP HESELTINE] - A Book of Songs.
BUL90900: FRANCIS WARNER - Nightingales. Poems: 1985-1996. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
17512: SYLVIA TOWNSEND WARNER - The Espalier. Poems.
ARC92336: SYLVIA TOWNSEND WARNER - Somerset. With drawings by R.Kirkland Jamieson.
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.
ARC92335: SYLVIA TOWNSEND WARNER - A Moral Ending and Other Stories. With a wood engraved frontispiece by William Kermode and a foreword by T.F.Powys. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BUL90822: SYLVIA TOWNSEND WARNER - Twelve Poems. With a preface by Peter Pears.
ARC91865: SYLVIA TOWNSEND WARNER AND VALENTINE ACKLAND. - Whether a Dove or Seagull. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
17513: SYLVIA TOWNSEND WARNER - Time Importuned. Poems.
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.
BC11339: C.HENRY WARREN. - Happy Countryman.
BC14988: ROBERT PENN WARREN - Eleven Poems on the Same Theme.
BUL90398: GÉRARD SALOMON WASSERMAN. - Enigmatism. A monograph. (INSCRIBED BY CHARLES DEBOUK)
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)
ARC92311: KEITH WATERHOUSE - There is a Happy Land.
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
BC13217: VERNON WATKINS. (DAVID GASCOYNE) - The Collected Poems of Vernon Watkins.
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.
ARC91140: ALEC WAUGH. - The Prisoners of Mainz. With illustrations by Captain R.T.Roussel (P.O.W. Mainz).
ARC92398: EVELYN WAUGH - Scoop. A Novel About Journalists.
16006: EVELYN WAUGH, CHRISTOPHER SYKES - Character and Situation. Stories.
ARC91031: EVELYN WAUGH - Labels. A Mediterranean Journal.
991892: EVELYN WAUGH - Hissez le Grand Pavois. Translated from the English of 'Put Out More Flags' by Georges-Philippe Brabant. (Text in French).
GAM00033: EVELYN WAUGH. - The Life of The Right Reverent Ronald Knox. Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford and Pronotary Apostolic to his Holiness Pope Pius XII. Compiled from the original sources by Evelyn Waugh. Illustrated with photographs.
ARC92095: EVELYN WAUGH - Robbery Under Law: The Mexican Object-Lesson
KP90115: EVELYN WAUGH. - The End of the Battle.
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.
991891: EVELYN WAUGH - Conduite Scandaleuse. Translated from the English of 'Decline and Fall' by Franz Weyergans. (Text in French).
ARC91442: EVELYN WAUGH - Work Suspended. Two Chapters of an Unfinished Novel.
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)
BC051009003: EDWARD BAWDEN. NIGEL WEAVER - Edward Bawden in the Middle East
19952: EMILY P.WEAVER. - Old Quebec. The City of Champlain. With illustrations by Annie E.Weaver. (INSCRIBNED)
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.
BC14173: 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.
BC14872: SIMONE WEIL - Waiting on God. Translated from the French of 'Attente de Dieu' by Emma Craufurd.
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.
BC14982: STANLEY WEINTRAUB - The Savoy. Nineties Experiment. Edited and with an introduction by Stanley Weintraub.
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.
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.
14739: FAY WELDON - The President's Child. (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.
BC14140: N.KATHARIN WELLS - Diverse Roads. A novel.
BC13585: PETER WELLS - Poems.
18175: JOHN BETJEMAN. H.G.WELLS, L.V.GRINSELL, H.S.TALAMY - Studies in the History of Swindon.
BC14147: IRVINE WELSH - Trainspotting.
ARC91844: EUDORA WELTY - The Wide Net and Other Stories.
BC12198: REBECCA WEST - The Only Poet and Short Stories. Edited by Antonia Till.
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.
18433: V.SACKVILLE-WEST - The Death of Noble Godavary [and] Gottfried Kuntler. Two stories.
17416: V.SACKVILLE-WEST - contributes her poem 'Mariana in the North' to an issue of the periodical 'Country Life'.
BC11851: HENRY WILLIAMSON. HERBERT FAULKNER WEST - The Dreamer of Devon. An essay on Henry Williamson.
BC14172: REBECCA WEST - The Fountain Overflows.
ARC91228: V.SACKVILLE-WEST - Orchard and Vineyard. Poems.
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.
BC11453: REBECCA WEST. - Harriet Hume. A London Fantasy.
9616: V.SACKVILLE-WEST - contributes her lecture "Wordsworth: especially in Relation to Modern Poetry" to Essays by Divers Hands: Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature: New Series. Vol XXII
BUL90473: NIGEL WEST. - A Matter of Trust. MI5 1945-72. (INSCRIBED)
BUL90877: V.SACKVILLE-WEST. - Selected Poems.
ARC92389: V.SACKVILLE-WEST. - Country Notes. With photographs by Bryan and Norman Westwood.
ARC91676: V.SACKVILLE-WEST - Collected Poems.
ARC91927: V.SACKVILLE-WEST. - Grey Wethers. A Romantic Novel.
15926: V.SACKVILLE-WEST - The Dark Island.
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.
ARC90552: EDWARD WESTON - U.S. Camera 1940. Edited by T.J.Maloney.
991746: CORNELIUS WEYGANDT - Irish Plays and Playwrights. With illustrations.
GAM0014: PHILIP LARKIN. TERRY WHALEN. - Philip Larkin and English Poetry.
BC11831: WILLIAM WHARTON - Birdy.
17526: EDITH WHARTON - The Letters of Edith Wharton. Edited by R.W.B.Lewis & Nancy Lewis.
ARC90896: EDITH WHARTON - A Motor-Flight through France.
ARC90190: DENNIS WHEATLEY. - Old Rowley. A Private Life of Charles II. With illustrations by Frank C.Papé. (SIGNED SLIP LAID-IN)
ARC91499: DENNIS WHEATLEY - The Eight Ages of Justerini's 1749-1965. (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.
BC13096: LAURENCE WHISTLER - contributes three poems to Oxford Poetry 1932. (SIGNED)
19627: LAURENCE WHISTLER - Who Live in Unity. (SIGNED)
BC13194: REX WHISTLER. - The Königsmark Drawings. Reproduced in facsimile in sepia and colour. With an introduction, and the story in brief, derived from A.E.W.Mason's novel, by Laurence Whistler.
16013: REX WHISTLER, LAURENCE WHISTLER - The Emperor Heart. Poems. With illustrations by Rex Whistler.
19643: LAURENCE WHISTLER - Way. Idea of a City and Triune. Two affirmations by Laurence Whistler: in Glass and Verse. (SIGNED)
BC11568: LAURENCE WHISTLER - Scenes and Signs on Glass. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC90105: REX WHISTLER. - Restoration Love Songs. Edited and with an introduction by John Hadfield.
ARC91689: EDITH SITWELL. REX WHISTLER. - Alexander Pope. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION, PLUS TRADE EDITION)
ARC91737: LAURENCE WHISTLER - Sir John Vanburgh. Architect and Dramatist 1664-1726.
19458: GILBERT WHITE - The Natural History of Selborne; with Observations on various Parts of Nature; and The Naturalists Calendar. With additions and supplementary notes by Sir William Jardine. Edited, with further illustrations, a biographical sketch of the author, and a comp
BUL90623: ALAN WHITE - The Long Day's Dying. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
19883: T.H.WHITE - The Master. An Adventure Story.
ARC92377: T.H.WHITE. - Loved Helen and Other Poems.
BC080610004: T.H.WHITE - The Scandalmonger. With illustrations.
16014: R.J.WHITE. - Dr Bentley. A Study in Academic Scarlet. With illustrations.
17531: T.H.WHITE - America at Last. An American Journal. With an introduction by David Garnett.
ARC91209: E.B.WHITE - Charlotte's Web. With drawings by Garth Williams.
BC11762: ALICE WALKER. EVELYN C.WHITE - Alice Walker. A Life.
BC12549: T.H.WHITE - Farewell Victoria.
BC12545: T.H.WHITE - contributes an eight-page piece about Beau Brummell entitled 'The Butterfly' to an issue of the periodical The Windmill. Vol. 1, No. 4. Edited by Reginald Moore and Edward Lane.
GM90028: RICHARD JEFFERIES. GILBERT WHITE. - The Natural History of Selborne. A Naturalist's Calendar and Additional Observations. Edited by Ernest Rhys and with a preface by Richard Jefferies.
GM90029: RICHARD JEFFERIES. GILBERT WHITE. - The Natural History of Selborne. A Naturalist's Calendar and Additional Observations. With a preface by Richard Jefferies.
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.
14750: T.H.WHITE (WRITING AS 'JAMES ASTON') - They Winter Abroad. A novel.
RB90052: WILLIAM ARCHER. PETER WHITEBROOK - William Archer. A biography.
BC11234: EDWARD THOMAS. W.M.WHITEMAN. - The Edward Thomas Country.
15821: J.MILLS WHITHAM - Swings and Roundabouts. A novel.
BC14442: MAURICE WIGGIN (HENRY WILLIAMSON INTEREST). - Faces at the Window
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.
BC12773: KYFFIN WILLIAMS - Portraits. (INSCRIBED)
BC13681: FIELD MARSHAL JULIAN BYNG. JEFFERY WILLIAMS - Byng of Vimy. General and Governor-General. (INSCRIBED)
99675: ELLEN WILLIAMS - Harriet Monroe and the Poetry Renaissance. The first ten years of "Poetry" 1912-22.
18915: MARY WILLIAMS & JAMES A.DE ROTHSCHILD. (EDITORS) - A Miscellany of Studies in Romance Languages & Literatures. Presented to Leon E.Kastner.
18586: THOMAS HARDY. RANDALL WILLIAMS - The Wessex Novels of Thomas Hardy.
BC14355: CHARLES WILLIAMS - The Descent of the Dove. A Short History of the Holy Spirit in the Church.
BUL90220: TENNESSEE WILLIAMS. - The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore. A play.
20005: WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS - The Stecher Trilogy. Complete in three volumes comprising 'White Mule', 'In the Money' and 'The Build-Up'.
16967: CHARLES WILLIAMS - Judgement at Chelmsford. A Pageant Play.
BC14940: WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS. - In the American Grain. Essays. With an introduction by Horace Gregory.
BC15364: WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS - contributes five prose sketches ('The Voyage', 'Carcassonne', 'The Arno', 'Naples' and 'The Tyrol') and his poem The Men to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 84, No. 6, June 1928.
ARC91824: WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS - The Autobiography of William Carlos Williams.
BC15361: WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS - contributes his poems 'March is a Light', 'Young Sycamore' and 'Lines on Receiving The Dial's Award', and is also the subject of a brief critical essay by Marianne Moore, to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 82, No. 3, March 1927.
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
BC15360: WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS - contributes his celebrated poem 'Paterson', and is also the subject of a critical essay by Kenneth Burke, to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 82, No. 2, February 1927
BC13931: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Ackymals. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
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.
BC14416: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - From a Country Hilltop. Edited and introduced by John Gregory. (DELUXE ISSUE)
19705: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Ackymals. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
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.
ARC90370: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Star-Born. With wood engravings by C.F.Tunnicliffe.
ARC90184: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Golden Virgin. Volume 6 of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
BC14814: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Notebook of a Nature-Lover. Edited and with an introduction by John Gregory, a foreword by Loetitia Williamson and with illustrations by Michael Loates. (DELUXE ISSUE)
BC13012: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Pathway. Book four of 'The Flax of Dream' sequence.
BC12686: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Patriot's Progress. With 125 lino-cuts by William Kermode
BC12684: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Richard Jefferies. Selections of his Work, with details of his Life and Circumstance, his Death and Immortality.
BC14428: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Salar the Salmon.
BC14654: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Illustrated Tarka the Otter. With an introduction by Richard Williamson and photographs by Simon McBride.
19978: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Flax of Dream. A novel in four books [comprising 'The Beautiful Years', 'Dandelion Days', 'The Dream of Fair Women' and 'The Pathway'].
20004: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Tarka the Otter. Prospectus and Order Form.
BC12734: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Village Book. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC13452: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Dandelion Days. The second volume of 'The Flax of Dream' sequence.
19968: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Dark Lantern, Donkey Boy, Young Phillip Maddison [and] How Dear is Life. The first four volumes of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
BC13437: HENRY WILLIAMSON - A Breath of Country Air. Parts I & II. Edited and introduced by John Gregory. With photographs.
BC12121: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Sun Brothers.
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.
BC12479: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Stumberleap: A Story Taken from The Old Stag. With Greetings from G.P.Putnam's Sons"
CW90038: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Salar the Salmon.
BC12122: OLIVE HAWKS. [HENRY WILLIAMSON]. - What Hope for Green Street? (SIGNED)
BC13366: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Tales of a Devon Village.
15594: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Linhay on the Downs and Other Adventures in the Old and the New World. With photographs, mostly taken by the author.
19728: HENRY WILLIAMSON, FRANCIS THOMPSON, BROCARD SEWELL - 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
BC270808001: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Lucifer Before Sunrise. Volume 14 of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'. (UNCORRECTED PROOF).
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].
BC120410005: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Pen and Plough. Further Broadcasts. Edited and with an introduction by John Gregory.
19859: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Salar the Salmon.
BC090310002: GEORGE J.GILL. HENRY WILLIAMSON - A Fight Against Tithes. Edited by Donald Gill and S.S.Gill and with an Epilogue by Henry Williamson.
ARC170208011: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Linhay on the Downs. A 24-page story. (INITAILLED by the author)
ARC120309015: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Linhay on the Downs and Other Adventures in the Old and the New World (INSCRIBED)
19405: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Village Book.
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. The fourth and final volume of the Flax of Dream sequence
BC13307: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Story of a Norfolk Farm. With wood engravings by Christopher Wormell.
BC11839: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Wild Red Deer of Exmoor. A Digression on Stag-Hunting.
19400: HENRY WILLIAMSON & LILIAS RIDER HAGGARD. - Norfolk Life.
9922652: HENRY WILLIAMSON - It Was the Nightingale. A volume of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'. (UNCORRECTED PROOF).
19794: HENRY WILLIAMSON - As the Sun Shines
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.
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
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
BC12780: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Days of Wonder. [contributions to 'The Daily Express'].
19253: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Children of Shallowford.
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.
19944: HENRY WILLIAMSON - As the Sun Shines
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.
BC14818: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - A Fox Under my Cloak. Volume Five of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
ARC90555: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Innocent Moon. The ninth volume of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
19485: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Scandaroon With drawings by Ken Lilly.
ARC91530: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Gale of the World. The fifteenth and final volume of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
19992: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Wet Flanders Plain.
BC12586: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Henry Williamson Society Newsletter. Numbers 3-6.
19795: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Weekly Dispatch. Edited and with an introductionin by John Gregory.
RK270510001: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Wet Flanders Plain.
BC14429: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Salar the Salmon.
BC14421: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Indian Summer Notebook. A Writer's Miscellany. Edited by John Gregory and with an essay by Brocard Sewell.
BC14812: HENRY WILLIAMSON - A Breath of Country Air. Parts I & II. Edited and introduced by John Gregory. With photographs. (DELUXE ISSUE)
BC10300: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Phoenix Generation. Volume 12 of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
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.
19717: 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
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.
BC13368: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Salar the Salmon.
BC14831: HENRY WILLIAMSON - A Fox Under my Cloak. Volume Five of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
BC13003: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Children of Shallowford.
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.
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.
BC13436: HENRY WILLIAMSON - From a Country Hilltop. Edited and introduced by John Gregory.
BC12733: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Village Book. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC14819: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - A Fox Under my Cloak. Volume Five of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
BC13929: HENRY WILLIAMSON. ANNE WILLIAMSON. - Henry Williamson. Tarka and the Last Romantic.
BC13008: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Dandelion Days. Book two of 'The Flax of Dream' sequence.
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)
BC11925: HENRY WILLIAMSON, - The Dream of Fair Women. Book three of The Flax of Dream sequence. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC14418: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Spring Days in Devon and other Broadcasts. Transcriptions of twenty-two of Williamson's broadcast talks for the BBC. Edited by John Gregory. (DELUXE ISSUE)
BC14419: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Pen and Plough. Further Broadcasts. Edited and with an introduction by John Gregory. (DELUXE ISSUE)
BC13981: HENRY WILLIAMSON - In the Woods. (PLUS A LETTER FROM BROCARD SEWELL)
BC13952: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Donkey Boy. Volume two of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
BC13942: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Old Stag.
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.
BC13286: [HENRY WILLIAMSON]. - Grace and Favour. The Memoirs of Loelia Duchess of Westminster. [HENRY WILLIAMSON'S COPY]
BC14441: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Colfe's Grammar School Lewisham and The Great War 1914-19. With Rolls of Honour and of Service. Edited by Leland L.Duncan.
BC14692: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Flax of Dream. A novel in four books. [comprising 'The Beautiful Years', 'Dandelion Days', 'The Dream of Fair Women' and 'The Pathway'].
BC270510001: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Wet Flanders Plain.
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.
BC14826: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Henry Williamson Society Journal. No. 1.
BC13006: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Labouring Life.
19295: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Goodbye West Country
BC11930: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Henry Williamson Animal Saga
BC14817: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Days of Wonder. With illustrations by R.A.Richardson and D.Roberts, and with an introduction by Richard Williamson. (DELUXE ISSUE)
19561: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Patriot's Progress. Being the Vicissitudes of Pte. John Bullock. With 125 lino-cuts by William Kermode.
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.
19991: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Tales of Moorland and Estuary. With drawings by Broom Lynne.
19998: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Devon Holiday.
BC15378: HENRY WILLIAMSON - How Dear is Life. Volume four of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
19259: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Lone Swallows and Other Essays of the Country Green.
BC11001: HENRY WILLIAMSON. (T.E.LAWRENCE INTEREST). - Devon Holiday.
BC13435: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Star-Born. (The discarded signature for the deluxe issue).
BC12990: HENRY WILLIAMSON - A Breath of Country Air. Part One.
ARC90155: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - As the Sun Shines.
19447: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Lone Swallows
BC14815: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Chronicles of a Norfolk Farmer. Contributions to the Daily Express 1937-1939. Edited and with an introduction and postscript by John Gregory. (DELUXE ISSUE)
91712: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Love and the Loveless. The seventh volume of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
CW90063: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Green Fields and Pavements. A Norfolk Farmer in Wartime. With illustrations by Michael Loates.
BC14737: 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.
BC14427: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Scandaroon. With illustrations by Ken Lilly. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC14414: HENRY WILLIAMSON. ANNE WILLIAMSON - A Patriot's Progress. Henry Williamson and the First World War. (INSCRIBED)
BC13004: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Labouring Life. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC12576: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Labouring Life.
BC12582: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Life in a Devon Village.
BC11270: HENRY WILLIAMSON. ANNE WILLIAMSON. - Henry Williamson. Tarka and the Last Romantic. With illustrations.
BC11076: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - A Test to Destruction. Volume 8 of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'. (UNCORRECTED PROOF)
ARC92027: 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.
19972: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Phasian Bird.
20000: HENRY WILLIAMSON - A Clear Water Stream.
BC12107: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Golden Virgin. Volume six of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
BC12105: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Linhay on the Downs and Other Adventures in the Old and the New World. With photographs, mostly taken by the author.
19411: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Devon Holiday.
ARC90288: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Dream of Fair Women. The third volume of the 'Flax of Dream' sequence.
BC12671: HENRY WILLIAMSON - A Solitary War. The thirteenth volume of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
JUL181109004: HENRY WILLIAMSON. ANNE WILLIAMSON. - A Patriot's Progress. Henry Williamson and the First World War.
BC12685: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Green Fields and Pavements. A Norfolk Farmer in Wartime. With illustrations by Michael Loates.
BC14781: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Lucifer Before Sunrise. Volume fourteen of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
BC13157: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Dandelion Days. The second volume of 'The Flax of Dream' sequence.
13396: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Tarka the Otter.
BC14838: HENRY WILLIAMSON - contributes 'Words on the West Wind: Crossing the Alps' to an issue of the periodical 'The Adelphi', Vol. 26, No. 2
BC14326: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Scribbling Lark.
BC14756: HENRY WILLIAMSON - It Was The Nightingale. The tenth volume of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'.
16971: TED WILLIS - Buster. A play.
BC15458: ROBERT WILSON - Helmand. With an introduction by Brigadier Andrew Mackay and an introductory essay, 'War Through a Lens', by Mark Holborn.
ARC90374: COLIN WILSON. - The Space Vampires. (INSCRIBED)
BC13537: KEITH WILSON - The Rasp of War. The Letters of H.A.Gwynne to The Countess Bathurst 1914-1918. Selected and edited by Keith Wilson and with a foreword by William Deedes.
18030: MONA WILSON - These Were Muses. With illustrations.
BC12140: ANGUS WILSON - The Collected Stories of Angus Wilson.
ARC92346: T.E.LAWRENCE. JEREMY WILSON. - T.E.Lawrence. The catalogue of the 1988-89 centenary exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery.
17553: AUBREY WILSON - London's Industrial Heritage. With over 70 excellent black-and-white photographs by Joseph McKeown.
16980: EDMUND WILSON - I Thought of Daisy. A novel.
BC12318: ANGUS WILSON - The Old Men at the Zoo.
ARC91368: EDWARD A.WILSON - Deep Sea Chanties. Old Sea Songs. Edited by Frank Shay, and with an introduction by William McFee and decorations and woodcuts by Edward Arthur Wilson.
BC15150: EDMUND WILSON - Note-Books of Night. Poems.
ARC90192: COLIN WILSON. - Religion and the Rebel. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91272: EDWIN SMITH. ANGUS WILSON. - England. Profusely illustrated with photographs by Edwin Smith, with notes on the plates by Olive Cook and an introduction by Angus Wilson.
19541: AVICE R.WILSON - Cocklebury. A Farming Area and its People in the Vale of Wiltshire. With drawings by Tobie Wallis and Henry Pedersen and maps by Janice Limb. (SIGNED)
BC15245: EDWARD THOMAS. ELAINE WILSON. - Edward Thomas. A Mirror of England. With calligraphy and illustrations by Frederick Marns.
ARC91838: ANGUS WILSON - Such Darling Dodos and Other Stories.
WA90032: ANGUS WILSON - Such Darling Dodos and Other Stories.
EVES9068: EDMUND WILSON - Devil Take the Hindmost. A Year of the Slump.
BC15286: ROMER WILSON - contributes her six-page story 'Intimations of Immorality' to the second issue of the new series of the periodical 'The Adelphi'. Vol. 1, No. 2, November 1930. Edited by Max Plowman and Richard Rees.
BUL90857: GEORGE SEAVER. [MRS. EDWARD A.WILSON]. - Birdie Bowers of the Antarctic. With an introduction by Apsley Cherry-Garrard. (ASSOCIATION COPY)
BUL90837: ROBERT MCLACHLAN WILSON (WRITING AS 'R.MCL WILSON'). - The Gnostic Problem. A Study of the Relations between Hellenistic Judaism and the Gnostic Heresy.
BC14410: T.E.LAWRENCE. JEREMY WILSON - T.E.Lawrence. The catalogue of the 1988-89 centenary exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery
ANN90009: JANE AND LOUISE WILSON - The catalogue of a 1999 exhibition featuring the duos Stasi City, Gamma, Parliament and Las Vegas, Graveyard Time
BC14181: J.R.R.TOLKIEN. COLIN WILSON. - Tree by Tolkien.
KP90430: COLIN WILSON - A Casebook of Murder.
BUL90554: RUDYARD KIPLING. ANGUS WILSON - The Strange Ride of Rudyard Kipling. His Life and Works.
BC12456: SIMON WINCHESTER - The Alice Behind Wonderland.
RM90004: R.D.WINGFIELD - Hard Frost.
ARC91472: R.D.WINGFIELD - Frost at Christmas. (SIGNED)
BUL90774: R.D.WINGFIELD - Winter Frost.
19850: NIGEL WINSER. - The Sea of Sands and Mists. Desertification: Seeking Solutions in the Wahiba Sanda
ARC92391: JOHN BETJEMAN. REECE WINSTONE - Bristol Fashion. With photographs by the author and a one-page preface by John Betjeman.
BC15046: YVOR WINTERS. - Primitivism and Decadence. A Study of American Experimental Poetry.
ARC92088: YVOR WINTERS - The Proof. Poems.
ARC91578: YVOR WINTERS - The Brink of Darkness.
BC15020: YVOR WINTERS - Maule's Curse. Seven Studies in the History of American Obscurantism. Hawthorne - Cooper - Melville - Poe - Emerson - Jones Very - Emily Dickinson - Henry James.
BC15359: YVOR WINTERS - contributes his poem 'The Barn-Yard' to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 82, No. 1, January 1927
ARC91770: JEANETTE WINTERSON - Boating for Beginners. With eight attractive illustrations by Paula Youens.
BC12522: TIM WINTON - Tim Winton. A Celebration. Compiled and edited by Hilary McPhee for the Friends of the National Library of Australia.
9661: T.H.WINTRINGHAM - How to Reform the Army.
ARC92038: P.G.WODEHOUSE. - Ice in the Bedroom. A novel.
ARC91068: P.G.WODEHOUSE - Galahad at Blandings.
ARC92314: P.G.WODEHOUSE - The Coming of Bill. A novel.
JUL90180: KLAUS WOLBERT (EDITOR) - That's Jazz. Der Sound des 20 Jahrhunderts [The Sound of the Twentieth Century].
BC14877: THOMAS WOLFE - The Web and the Rock [and] You Can't Go Home Again.
BC14686: TOM WOLFE - From Bauhaus to Our House.
BC11182: LEON WOLFF. - In Flanders Fields. The 1917 Campaign. Illustrated with photographs and maps and with an introduction by Major-General J.F.C.Fuller.
BC14321: TOBIAS WOLFF - The Barracks Thief. (SIGNED)
BC12520: TOBIAS WOLFF - Our Story Begins. New and Selected Stories.
BC14323: TOBIAS WOLFF - Two Boys and a Girl. A story. (SIGNED)
BC14322: TOBIAS WOLFF - In Pharaoh's Army. Memories of a Lost War. (SIGNED)
BUL90932: BERTHOLD WOLPE - Berthold Wolpe. A Retrospective Survey.
15090: GWEN RAVERAT. JULIA REEVE WOOD - Bestowal. A poem. With a frontispiece engraving ("The Travellers") by Gwendolen Raverat.
JH011209009: CHRISTOPHER WOOD - Victorian Panorama. Paintings of Victorian Life.
BUL90515: SAM TAYLOR-WOOD - Contact.
9922460: ALDOUS HUXLEY. GEORGE WOODCOCK - Dawn and the Darkest Hour. A Study of Aldous Huxley.
DZY211009033: FRANCES WOODWRIGHT - Sunshine and Colour. Poems. (SIGNED)
ARC91108: VIRGINIA WOOLF - A Cockney's Farming Experiences [and The Experiences of a Pater-familias]. With an eleven-page introduction by Suzanne Henig.
ARC91993: VIRGINIA WOOLF. - Brev Til en Ung Digter. [A Letter to a Young Poet].
BC15453: VIRGINIA WOOLF - A Writer's Diary. Being Extracts from the Diary of Virginia Woolf. Edited by Leonard Woolf.
ARC92395: VIRGINIA WOOLF. - The Years.
ARC91263: VIRGINIA WOOLF - Roger Fry. A Biography.
19776: VIRGINIA WOOLF - The Second Common Reader
19873: VIRGINIA WOOLF. - The Common Reader
BUL90930: VIRGINIA WOOLF - The London Scene. Essays. With illustrations by Suzanne Barton.
ARC91194: VIRGINIA WOOLF - Mrs Dalloway's Party. A short story sequence. Edited and with an introduction by Stella McNichol.
BC11820: LEONARD WOOLF - Downhill all the Way. An Autobiography of the Years 1919-1939.
ARC90956: VIRGINIA WOOLF - Kew Gardens. With decorations by Vanessa Bell.
ARC91444: VIRGINIA WOOLF - Pages from a Diary. Seven pages of Woolf's diary extracts appear in the inaugural issue of the periodical Encounter. Vol. 1, No. 1,
19291: VIRGINIA WOOLF. - Contemporary Writers. Edited and with a preface by Jean Guiguet.
ARC92002: VIRGINIA WOOLF - Jacob's Room.
ARC91547: VIRGINIA WOOLF - Atalanta's Garland. Being the Book of the Edinburgh University Women s Union.
ARC91859: VIRGINIA WOOLF - Monday or Tuesday.
ARC91438: VIRGINIA WOOLF - Hours in a Library.
ARC92406: VIRGINIA WOOLF - Beau Brummell. With drawings by W.A.Dwiggins. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
12686: VIRGINIA WOOLF, & LYTTON STRACHEY - Roger Fry. A biography. With a foreword by Margery Fry.
19807: T.C.WORSLEY - Five Minutes, Sir Matthew
ARC91066: JOHN BETJEMAN. THEODORE WRATISLAW - Oscar Wilde: A Memoir. With a foreword by John Betjeman and an introduction and notes by Karl Beckson. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BUL90224: JOHN CHRISTOPHER AND JOHN WYNDHAM. JOHN CARNELL [LIONEL 'LAN' WRIGHT, J.T.MCINTOSH, E.C.TUBB &C] - contribute stories to Gateway to the Stars. A Science Fiction Anthology. Edited and introduced by John Carnell. (SIGNED BY THE EDITOR)
KP90160: HUGH MACDIARMID. GORDON WRIGHT. - MacDiarmid. An Illustrated Biography.
ARC91329: JOHN BUCKLAND WRIGHT - An original Christmas card with a two-colour abstract design of a female figure followed by a brief printed quotation from Eliot's 'Ash Wednesday' and the following further printed text: "All Good Wishes for Christmas and the New Year from Mary and John B
ARC91424: RICHARD WRIGHT - Uncle Tom's Children. Four Novellas. With a foreword by Paul Robeson.
BC180509001: OSWALD WYND - A Walk in the Long Dark Night. (INSCRIBED)
ARC90567: JACK B.YEATS. - In Sand. A play in four acts, with The Green Wave, a one-act conversation piece. Edited and with a preface by Jack MacGowran (director of the original Abbey Experimental Theatre production) and with a drawing by the author.
BC15347: W.B.YEATS - contributes 'The Cat and the Moon. A Play for Dancers' to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 77, No. 1, July 1924.
11601: W.B.YEATS - A special W.B.Yeats issue of the periodical A Review of English Literature.
16537: W.B.YEATS - A Classified Bibliography of Criticism. Including additions to Wade's "Bibliography of W.B.Yeats" and a Section on the Irish Literary and Dramatic Revival. Edited by K.P.S.Jochum.
BC10066: W.B.YEATS. - A special W.B.Yeats issue of the periodical Ariel. A Review of International English Literature.
19808: W.B.YEATS. - Yeats and the Theatre. Edited by Robert O'Driscoll & Lorna Reynolds
BC120210006: W.B.YEATS - A Full Moon in March.
BC10082: W.B.YEATS. - A special Yeats issue of the periodical A Review of English Literature. Edited by A.Norman Jeffares.
BC15358: W.B.YEATS - contributes 'Estrangement' (a series of fifty diary entries made between 1900-09) to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 81, No. 5, November 1926.
RB90072: OLIVER ST. JOHN GOGARTY. W.B.YEATS. - An Offering of Swans and Other Poems. With a preface by W.B.Yeats.
RB90099: JACK B.YEATS - Sligo.
RB90103: W.B.YEATS. - The Shadowy Waters.
RB90114: W.B.YEATS. - New Poems. (SIGNED BY ELIZABETH CORBET YEATS)
RB90116: W.B.YEATS. - The Death of Synge and Other Passages from an Old Diary.
RB90120: W.B.YEATS. - Some Passages from the Letters of A.E. to W.B.Yeats.
RB90122: W.B.YEATS. - Stories of Red Hanrahan.
ARC92394: JOHN BUTLER YEATS - Essays Irish and American. With an appreciation by A.E.
13702: W.B.YEATS, J.H.POLLOCK ('AN PILIBIN') - William Butler Yeats.
RB90115: W.B.YEATS. - Reflections. Transcribed from Yeats Journal of 1908-14 and edited by Curtis Bradford.
BC15325: W.B.YEATS - contributes 'A People's Theatre (A Letter to Lady Gregory)' to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 68, No. 4, April 1920.
BC14619: W.B.YEATS - Tribute to Thomas Davis. With a foreword by Denis Gwynn and a hitherto unpublished protest letter from George Russell (A.E.) to Yeats.
BC15331: W.B.YEATS - contributes his autobiographical piece 'Four Years 1887-1891' to an issue of the periodical 'The Dial'. Vol. 70, No. 6, June 1921
BC15459: JOHN YEOMAN AND QUENTIN BLAKE - Our Village. Poems [for children] by John Yeoman with colour pictures by Quentin Blake.
16986: M.YEULETT - The Graven Image. West African Stories.
11775: NEW YORK - New York in MCMXXIII. An Illustrated Book of the City. Compiled in honour of the 46th Convention of The National Electric Light Association. 125 photographs.
9156: ANDREW YOUNG - The New Shepherd. Poems.
19809: GAVIN YOUNG - From Sea to Shining Sea. A Present-Day Journey into America's Past. With illustrations by Jack McCarthy.
13969: ANDREW YOUNG - The New Poly-Olbion. Topographical Excursions. With an introductory account of the Poet's Early Days.
ARC90986: FRANCIS BRETT YOUNG - Marching on Tanga. (With General Smuts in East Africa).
10306: ANDREW YOUNG - Thirty-One Poems.
10307: ANDREW YOUNG - The New Shepherd. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
14441: JOHN DRYDEN. KENNETH YOUNG - John Dryden. A Critical Biography.
16123: ANDREW YOUNG - Nicodemus. A Mystery [play]. (INSCRIBED). With music by Imogen Holst.
16124: ANDREW YOUNG - The Poet and the Landscape. (The English pastoral poets and their setting).
19921: JOHN BETJEMAN. ANDREW YOUNG. - Andrew Young. Prospect of a Poet. Essays and Tributes by Fourteen Writers (including John Betjeman), edited and introduced by Leonard Clark, and with a preface by John Masefield.
99332: ANDREW YOUNG - Winter Harvest. Poems
BC12293: ANDREW YOUNG - Into Hades. A poem. (INSCRIBED)
BC12388: ANDREW YOUNG - John Arlott contributes a two-page memoir of Andrew Young to an issue of the periodical Poetry Review.
ARC92082: GAVIN YOUNG - Return to the Marshes. Life with the Marsh Arabs of Iraq. With photographs by Nik Wheeler.
19767: LESLIE STEPHEN. DAVID D.ZINK - Leslie Stephen.
BC11071: JOHANN ZOFFANY. - The catalogue of a 1960-61 Arts Council exhibition to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Zoffany's arrival in Great Britain.


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