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COLLINS (Cecil)
1: The Vision of the Fool
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LIMITED EDITION OF 100 COPIES SIGNED BY THE ARTIST. With added illustrations from the first trade edition. Anthony Kedros, 1981. Very good indeed in d/w. Very scarce.
£ 250.00    Ref: 578527
 
 
 
COLQUHOUN (Robert)
2: Two Figures;
:
a drawing in Lines No 19. Edited by Alan Riddell. Winter, 1963.Wrappers. Very good. (With a poem 'In Memoriam Robert Colquhoun' by Ian Rodger. ALSO: 'How the Sabistons Came to Orkney', a three page story by George Mackay Brown. Other contributions from: Hugh MacDiarmid, Iain Crichton Smith, Edwin Morgan, Norman MacCaig, Burns Singer, George MacBeth, Robin Fulton, Alasdair Gray, Maurice Lindsay, Carson McCullers, and others). A particularly interesting issue of this seminal Scottish literary magazine.
£ 25.00    Ref: 579084
 
 
 
COLUM (Padraic)
3: Polonius and the Ballad Singers; (a poem)
:
in Poetry (Chicago) Vol VI, No IV, July, 1915. Wrappers. Small tear at foot of spine o/w very good indeed. [Also: Clark Ashton Smith, Edward J.O'Brien, John Gould Fletcher and others]
£ 20.00    Ref: 574552
 
 
 
COLUM (Padraic)
4: Rilke's Poems
:
in Poetry [Chicago] Vol XIV, No III. June, 1919. Wrappers. Very good indeed. [Also: Conrad Aiken]
£ 10.00    Ref: 575744
 
 
 
COMFORT (Alex)
5: The Novel and our Time
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First Edition. Phoenix House, 1948. Illustrated boards. Very good in somewhat used d/w.
£ 8.50    Ref: 574943
 
 
 
CONNOLLY (Cyril)
6: The Rock Pool
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First Edition. Obelisk Press, Paris, 1936. Wrappers, printed in blue. Spine slightly darkened and chafed at extreme foot o/w very good indeed.
£ 175.00    Ref: 577904
 
 
 
CONQUEST (Robert)
7: Arias from a Love Opera; (poems)
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First Edition. Macmillan, 1969. Wrappers. Very good.
£ 5.00    Ref: 572248
 
 
 
CONQUEST (Robert)
8: Galatea; a poem,
in The New Statesman and Nation No 10th 1954: July: 1218
Wrappers. Very good. [Also: Kathleen Raine, Michael Hamburger, V.S.Pritchett, John Berger].
£ 5.00    Ref: 5277
 
 
 
CONQUEST (Robert) edits
9: New Lines 2
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First Edition. Macmillan, 1963. Neat name and date on fly leaf o/w very good in d/w. [Contributors include: P.Larkin, E.Jennings, Thom Gunn, Ted Hughes, V.Scannell, Kingsley Amis, Donald Davie,Edwin Brock, Thomas Kinsella, John Wain and others]
£ 12.50    Ref: 578072
 
 
 
CONQUEST (Robert) edits
10: New Lines; an anthology
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First Edition. Macmillan, 1956. paper clip residue on fly leaf o/w very good in slightly chipped and nicked d/w. [Contributors include: Kingsley Amis, Philip Larkin, Thom Gunn, Elizabeth Jennings, Donald Davie (his copy though without any signature or other indication) and others
£ 20.00    Ref: 574168
 
 
 
CONQUEST (Robert)
11: The Language of Mysticism; a poem,
in The New Statesman and Nation No 14th 1952: June: 1110
Wrappers. Very good. [Also: Edwin Muir, Peter Quennell, Patrick Heron, G.Grigson, Michael Hamburger,]
£ 5.00    Ref: 5278
 
 
 
CONQUEST (Robert) and WHITE (Jon Manchip)
12: What To Do When The Russians Come: a Survivor's Guide
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First Paperback Edition. Stein and Day, New York, 1985. Wrappers, a trifle tanned around edges with one light crease to lower panel otherwise very good.
£ 10.00    Ref: 573741
 
 
 
CONRAD (Joseph)
13: A Letter to William Nicholson
The Eighteen Nineties Society: 1985
Introduction by G.Krishnamurti. Letter in facsimile tipped in. LIMITED EDITION OF 50 NUMBERED COPIES. White cloth. Fine in d/w.
£ 40.00    Ref: 5722
 
 
 
CONRAD (Joseph)
14: Conrad to a Friend; 150 Selected Letters....to Richard Curle
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First Edition. Folding facsimile frontispiece of one of the letters. Sampson Low, Marston & Co., 1928. Black cloth. One tiny nick to head of spine. Foredges somewhat foxed o/w very good.
£ 15.00    Ref: 578959
 
 
 
CONRAD (Joseph) and CURLE (Richard)
15: Joseph Conrad and his characters
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First Edition. Heinemann, 1957. Very good in d/w a trifle chafed at head of spine.
£ 15.00    Ref: 579132
 
 
 
CONRAD (Joseph)
16: Joseph Conrad: Life and Letters
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by G.Jean-Aubry. 2 vols. First Edition. Illustrated. Doubleday, Page & Co, New York, 1927. Neat name on fly leaves o/w very good in slightly torn d/ws with some loss at head of spines.
£ 40.00    Ref: 576783
 
 
 
CONRAD (Joseph)
17: Lord Jim
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First Edition, Fourth Impression. William Blackwood, 1906. Green cloth titled in black on upper cover and gilt on spine.Some slight marks to covers but overall a nice copy, tight in binding.
£ 125.00    Ref: 579359
 
 
 
CONRAD (Joseph) and CONRAD (Jessie)
18: Personal Recollections of Joseph Conrad
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LIMITED EDITION OF 100 COPIES SIGNED BY JESSIE CONRAD. Privately Printed, 1924. Patterned clioth. Paper title label on spine. Very good indeed.
£ 100.00    Ref: 569714
 
 
 
CONRAD (Joseph)
19: The Mirror of the Sea
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First Edition, First Issue with 'August 1906' dated adverts at end. Methuen, 1906.Green cloth, titled in gilt on spine. Corners lightly bumped and with light mark along top edge of upper cover. T.e.g. Edges untrimmed. Very good.
£ 150.00    Ref: 579360
 
 
 
CONRAD (Joseph)
20: Typhoon
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First Edition, First Issue with untrimmed foredge and with catalogue at end. Heinemann, 1903. Black cloth titled in gilt on upper cover. W.H.Smith subscription label on end paper. Fly leaves and endpapers a little foxed o/w very good.
£ 125.00    Ref: 578330
 
 
 
COOK (Peter) and MOORE (Dudley)
21: Beyond the Fringe
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Vinyl Long Playing Record. PMC 1145. Parlophone, 1961. Very good in inner and outer sleeves, the latter with photographs of all four participants.
£ 22.00    Ref: 577177
 
 
 
COOK (Peter) and LYTTON (Lord)
22: By Appointment: From the Royal Variety Performance
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Decca Vinyl EP. DFE 8644. 1965. No inner sleeve. Very good in pictorial outer sleeve with portraits of Dud & Pete on front and back
£ 20.00    Ref: 577143
 
 
 
COOK (Beryl ) and ISHERWOOD (Christopher)
23: Mr Norris Changes Trains
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First Edition thus. With full-page colour illustrations by Beryl Cook. Folio Society, 1990.Fine in slip case.
£ 20.00    Ref: 578543
 
 
 
COOK (Peter) and MOORE (Dudley)
24: Not Only Peter Cook....But Also Dudley Moore
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Vinyl Long Playing Record Mono LK 4703. Decca, 1965. Very good in inner and outer sleeve, the latter with full cover photograph of the duo on upper panel.
£ 22.00    Ref: 577248
 
 
 
COOK (Peter) and MOORE (Dudley)
25: Once Moore with Cook
:
Decca Vinyl Long Playing Record. LK 4785. 1966. Very good in inner and outer sleeve, the latter with portraits of the two entertainers on upper cover.
£ 25.00    Ref: 577150
 
 
 
COOK (Beryl ) and SPARK (Muriel)
26: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
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First Edition thus. With full-page colour illustrations by Beryl Cook. Folio Society, 1998. Fine in slipcase.
£ 25.00    Ref: 578544
 
 
 
COOK (Beryl )
27: The Works
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First Edition. Illustrated in colour throughout. John Murray / Gallery Five, 1978. Shadow of label on fly leaf o/w near fine in pictorial d/w.
£ 15.00    Ref: 576790
 
 
 
COOPER (Diana)
28: Darling Monster; The Letters to her son John Julius Norwich 1939-1952
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First Edition. Illustrated with photographs. Chatto & Windus, 2013. 520pp.Very good in d/w.
£ 16.00    Ref: 577154
 
 
 
COOVER (Robert)
29: Gerald's Party
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UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY. Heinemann, N.d. Wrappers, a little marked o/w very good.
£ 25.00    Ref: 576388
 
 
 
COPE (Wendy)
30: A Little Tribute to John Cage
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Single poem, previously unpublished (other than in TLS), printed on cream card designed as a bookmark. First Printing thus. Words Press, Dorchester, 2015. [TOGETHER WITH ELEVEN OTHER previously unpublished poems, by eleven different poets, offered under the title Bookmark Poems. The other poets in the series are: Brian Patten, Jeremy Reed, Iain Sinclair, Roger McGough, Ruth Fainlight, A.F.Harrold, Jenny Joseph, David Harsent, Lachlan Mackinnon, Michael Horovitz and Andrew Motion.(12)
£ 5.00    Ref: 576192
 
 
 
COPE (Wendy)
31: A Little Tribute to John Cage
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Single poem, previously unpublished (other than in TLS), printed on cream card designed as a bookmark. LIMITED EDITION OF 99 COPIES SIGNED BY THE POET. Words Press, Dorchester, 2015. [TOGETHER WITH ELEVEN OTHER previously unpublished poems, by eleven different poets, EACH SIGNED BY THE POET, offered under the title Bookmark Poems. The other poets in the series are: Brian Patten, Jeremy Reed, Iain Sinclair, Roger McGough, Ruth Fainlight, A.F.Harrold, Jenny Joseph, David Harsent, Lachlan Mackinnon, Michael Horovitz and Andrew Motion.(12)
£ 40.00    Ref: 576193
 
 
 
COPE (Wendy)
32: A Little Tribute to John Cage; a poem
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LIMITED EDITION OF JUST 99 COPIES SIGNED BY THE POET. Bookmark Poems, 2015. Single card. Fine.
£ 5.00    Ref: 578186
 
 
 
COPE (Wendy)
33: Serious Concerns
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Reprint.INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR ON TITLE 'Pauline, Best wishes, Wendy Cope'. Faber, 1992. Bookplate. Wrappers. Very good.
£ 10.00    Ref: 571886
 
 
 
COPE (Wendy)
34: The Squirrel & the Crow
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ONE OF 350 COPIES (from an edition of 499 copies).Line drawings by John Vernon Lord. Prospero Poets 1994. Wrappers. Fine.
£ 12.00    Ref: 577481
 
 
 
COPE (Wendy)
35: Two Cures for Love: Selected Poems 1979 - 2006
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First Edition. Faber, 2008. Two leaves creased across top corner o/w very good indeed in d/w.
£ 10.00    Ref: 575407
 
 
 
COPPARD (A.E.)
36: Elegy; a poem,
in The Heaton Review Vol 6: 1933
Folio. Illustrated wrappers, chipped at head and foot of spine with some small loss.[Also: Henry Moore, William Rothenstein, R.Tagore, Lettice Cooper, Albert Rutherston]
£ 25.00    Ref: 5173
 
 
 
COPPARD (A.E.)
37: It's Me, O Lord!; [part autobiography]
Methuen: 1957
First Edition. Very good in d/w.
£ 12.00    Ref: 5770
 
 
 
CORK (Richard)
38: A Bitter Truth: Avant-Garde Art and the Great War
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First Edition. Illustrated throughout in colour and b/w. Yale University Press, 1994. 4to. Very good indeed in d/w.
£ 40.00    Ref: 579301
 
 
 
CORNFORD (Frances)
39: Midnight; a poem,
in The New Statesman and Nation No590 13th: June: 1942
Wrappers. Very good. [Also: S.Spender, Clive Bell, A.L..Rowse, V.S.Pritchett]
£ 6.00    Ref: 5229
 
 
 
CORNFORD (Frances)
40: Spring in the Town; a poem,
in The New Statesman and Nation No 585 9th: May: 1942
Wrappers. Very good. [Also: Sydney Cockerell, V.S.Pritchett]
£ 6.00    Ref: 5231
 
 

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