Very Good in Very Good jacket. Flyleaf dicsolored from newspaper insertion. (Original NY Times review by Eudora Welty included with the book) DJ has a 1/2" sq. chip at top edge and the spine (typically) has faded. Still a very nice copy in Vanessa Bell cover. (We have an impressive array of books by or about Virgina Woolf. See our catalogue or write for a complete list. )
Very Good in Very Good jacket. First edition. 8vo. Editorial note by Leonard Woolf. Dust jacket (with upper cover illustration by Vanessa Bell; chipped at top of spine and upper cover). Very good. Fourth volume of collected essays. Kirkpatrick A29a.
Very Good in Good jacket. Book Hard bound in dust jacket. First printing of the First U.S. Edition. V. Bell designed dust wrapper. Some wear and age toning to dust jacket that shows chipping to edges. Offsetting from news paper to front end pages, otherwise with interior clean and binding sound. Her second collection, which includes the essays, The Niece Of An Earl, Beau Brummell, Dr. Burney's Evening Party, How Should One Read A Book, Dorothy Wordsworth and Mary Wollstonecraft.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Very good in original cloth-covered boards with fading and the Vanessa Bell designed dust jacket with fading pronounced at the spine and wear at the extremities and one short closed tear.
Good in Good jacket. 6 Volume Set, 8vo. All volumes are stated First American Editions, printed between 1975 and 1980. Edited by Nigel Nicolson and Joanne Trautmann. Volume One: 1888-1912. Volume Two: 1912-1922. Volume Three: 1923-1928. Volume Four: 1929-1931. Volume Five: 1932-1935. Volume Six: 1936-1941. Shelfwear to all six DJs: light scuffing along edges and covers, moderate tanning along edges and spine, a few small tears along edges, some light foxing along spines, all DJs clipped. DJs in mylar. Previous owner's inscription on front free endpaper of Volume I only. Light underlining, check marks and notes in pencil throughout all six volumes. All volumes are tightly bound with crisp pages. Volumes are in Good condition. DJ in mylar.
Edward Gorey. A dramatic comedy by Virginia Woolf edited and with a preface by Lucio P. Ruotolo. Black and white illustrations by Edward Gorey. (Toledano B73a. ) A very fine copy in fine and bright dust jacket.
First Edition. Two volumes. Advance proof copies, uncorrected page proofs of the First Edition. Near fine in the publisher's original stiff beige card wrappers, printed black. Paper labels for Harcourt Brace affixed to the front of both volumes. Publication information in pencil on upper wrapper and on title of first volume. Illustrated with maps and black and white photographs. Information in pencil on upper wrapper and on title of first volume. The first definitive biography of Virginia Wool f, written by her nephew Quentin Bell, at the request of Leonard Woolf. Essential reference to Woolf's day-to-day life until her death. An unusually nice set.
VG+ in VG+ jacket. Octavo. Green cloth gilt lettered on spine in decorative price clipped dust jacket. Wear at the extremities some shallow chipping to jacket on bottom edge o/w a very nice copy. 2500 copies only printed of the first edition.
First Edition. Limited to 750 copies. A beautiful copy in the publisher's beige cloth, gilt titles to the spine in a lovely dustwrapper. 8vo. 44 pp. Five sterling essays on London. A superb collection, inclusive of, The Docks of London, Oxford Street Tide, Great Men's Houses, Abbeys and Cathedrals, This Is The House of Commons. Kirkpatrick And Clarke A43a.
1. pp. 295. Description: viii, 295 p. 23 cm. Subjects: English literature--History and criticism. Stated 1st printing. London edition (L. & Virginia Woolf) has title: The common reader. Second series. Very good copy in the original gilt-blocked navy cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.
First edition, preceding the British edition by a week; 8vo, pp. viii, 248; spine of jacket slightly darkened, and with minute chip at the bottom, else a near fine copy in a jacket designed by Vanessa Bell. Kirkpatrick A30B.
Limited Edition, privately printed 'for the friends of the publishers as a New Year's greeting'. Introduction by Leonard Woolf. Frontispiece drawing of Woolf, from a photograph of her at age 20. Slim 12mo. 24 pp. One quarter blue cloth with gilt lettering on the front panel and Woolf's initials blind-stamped on the front panel. Lacking the original tissue dustwrapper, now replaced by clear acetate. A crisp, clean copy of this gift book. Kirkpatrick and Clarke A33.
Very Good in Good jacket. 8vo. 329 pp. Yellow cloth in dust jacket. Boards slightly darkened and stained. Small ink inscriptions to ffep. Dust jacket damaged. Dj spine darkened with remains of cellotape along upper edges. Dj chipped and edgeworn with pencil notations to rear flap.
Fine in Near Fine jacket. Signed First American Edition, Review Copy with the publisher's material laid-in, Inscribed by Editor Andrew McNeillie on the title page. ""D-from Andrew, Andover October '89, with best wishes, A McNeillie". A fine copy in 1/4 sea green cloth over pink paper covered boards, silver titles to the spine in a just about fine pictorial dustwrapper. 8vo. 551 pp. A compelling collection, spanning the years 1919 to 1924, again proving Woolf at her critical best. Includes Woolf's now landmark essay, Mr. Bennett And Mrs. Brown, The Lives Of The Obscure, The Anatomy Of Fiction, Wilcoxiana and Character In Fiction, derived from her essay, Mr. Bennett And Mrs. Brown and delivered as a lecture to the Cambridge Heretics Society, Sunday, May 18, 1924. Kirkpatrick And Clarke A65b.
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