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19732: APPLIED PHOTOGRAPHY NO.10 - Applied Photography 10: Photography at the Fair
BUL90500: EX-LEGIONNAIRE 1384. - The Arab Patrol.
18113: "EUGENE ATGET. BERNICE ABBOTT," - "The World of Atget. 176 of Atget's photographs, selected by Berenice Abbott, with an introduction."
19947: CLAUDE COLLEER ABBOTT. - Ploughed Earth. Poems (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC13195: REX WHISTLER. CHRISTABEL ABERCONWAY - The Story of Mr Korah. With illustrations by Rex Whistler.
BC12829: LASCELLES ABERCROMBIE AND WILFRID WILSON GIBSON. - The Journal of the Friends of the Dymock Poets. No. 9
13429: PETER ABRAHAMS - A Wreath for Udomo.
JUL90419: "MARINE ABRAMOVIC, ART IN RUINS, JAMES CASEBERE, BILL CULBERT, KEN LUM, THOMAS RUFF, KRZYSZTOF WODICZKO &C." - "Art Clich┌. The catalogue of a 1986-87 exhibition at Victoria Miro Gallery, London."
16570: DANNIE ABSE - Three Questor Plays. (SIGNED)
KP90481: DANNIE ABSE - Funland and other poems.
KP90482: DANNIE ABSE - Way Out in the Centre. Poems.
KP90484: DANNIE ABSE - Remembrance of Crimes Past. Poems 1986-1989.
KP90485: DANNIE ABSE - Welsh Retrospective. Poems.
19557: DANNIE ABSE - Walking Under Water. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC14011: DANNIE ABSE - Collected Poems 1948-1976. (SIGNED)
19556: DANNIE ABSE - Way Out in the Centre. Poems. (SIGNED)
KP90483: DANNIE ABSE - Ask the Bloody Horse.
BC13877: DANNIE ABSE - A Strong Does of Myself. (INSCRIBED)
16571: J.R.ACKERLEY - E.M.Forster. A Portrait.
16573: "J.R.ACKERLEY, A.Y.CAMPBELL, EDWARD DAVISON & FRANK KENDON" - Poems by Four Authors.
ARC90293: J.R.ACKERLEY. - Hindoo Holiday. An Indian Journal.
19360: PETER ACKROYD - Chatterton.
HOO9002: NORMAN ACKROYD AND JEREMY HOOKER - Itchen Water. Etchings by Norman Ackroyd accompanied by ten Jeremy Hooker poems. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC11962: PETER ACKROYD - The Plato Papers. A novel.
ARC91117: PETER ACKROYD - Country Life. Poems
19923: PETER ACKROYD. - First Light
ARC91000: HAROLD ACTON . - Three Extraordinary Ambassadors. (INSCRIBED)
17035: NANCY MITFORD. HAROLD ACTON - Nancy Mitford. A Memoir by Harold Acton (largely based upon her letters to the author). With illustrations.
15311: NANCY MITFORD. HAROLD ACTON - Nancy Mitford. A Memoir by Harold Acton (largely based upon her letters to the author). With illustrations.
19924: ANTOINE ADAM. - Grandeur and Illusion. French Literature and Society 1600-1715. Translated from the French by Herbert Tint.
BC13298: RICHARD ADAMS AND RONALD LOCKLEY - Voyage Through the Antarctic. With photographs by Peter Hirst-Smith.
ARC90425: GERRY ADAMS. - Cage Eleven. (SIGNED)
BC13802: DOUGLAS ADAMS - "So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish. The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy 4."
BC12604: IAIN ADAMSON - The Forgotten Men
19847: A.ST. JOHN ADCOCK - Songs of the World War. With a lengthy preface by A. St. John Adcock.
BC14034: FLEUR ADCOCK - Tigers. Poems. (SIGNED)
BUL90422: CHARLES ADDAMS - Creature Comforts.
BUL90538: ARAVIND ADIGA - Between the Assassinations
19691: MARK ADKIN - The Charge. The Real Reason why the Light Brigade was Lost.
ARC91001: MICHAEL AYRTON. AESCHYLUS - "The Oresteia. Agamemnon, The Libation-Bearers and The Furies. Translated from the Greek by E.D.A.Morshead with an introduction by Rex Warner and illustrations by Michael Ayrton. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)"
18480: JAMES AGATE - Their Hour Upon the Stage. (SIGNED)
ARC91562: CAPTAIN JAMES E.AGATE - "Buzz, Buzz! Essays of the Theatre."
991553: JAMES AGEE - The Morning Watch.
18117: CONRAD AIKEN - Great Circle. A novel.
99067: CONRAD AIKEN - The Soldier. A poem.
BC13131: CONRAD AIKEN - The Soldier. A poem. (INSCRIBED)
ARC90136: CONRAD AIKEN. - Landscape West of Eden.
15315: JEAN ALAZARD - The Florentine Portrait. Translated from the French by Barbara Whelpton. With 32 pages of plates.
19768: EDWARD ALBEE - A Delicate Balance. A play
BC12463: JOSEF ALBERS AND L?SZL╦ MOHOLY-NAGY. ACHIM BORCHARDT-HUME. - Albers and Moholy-Nagy. From the Bauhaus to the New World. Edited by Achim Borchardt-Hume.
BUL90247: LOUISA MAY ALCOTT. - The Journals of Louisa May Alcott. Edited by Joel Myerson and Daniel Shealy and with an introduction by Madeleine B.Stern.
ARC91250: RICHARD ALDINGTON - Images.
BC091210003: RICHARD ALDINGTON AND LAWRENCE DURRELL. IAN S.MACNIVEN AND HARRY T.MOORE. - Literary Lifelines. The Richard Aldington-Lawrence Durrell Correspondence. Edited by Ian S.MacNiven and Harry T.Moore.
991566: RICHARD ALDINGTON - Death of a Hero. (VOLUME I ONLY)
99072: RICHARD ALDINGTON - A Fool i' the Forest. A Phantasmagoria.
991560: RICHARD ALDINGTON - Medallions. Selected translations.
991564: RICHARD ALDINGTON - Soft Answers.
BC11096: RICHARD ALDINGTON. - Roads to Glory.
BC11095: RICHARD ALDINGTON. - Death of a Hero. A novel.
BC11267: RICHARD ALDINGTON AND H.D. CAROLINE ZILBOORG - Richard Aldington and H.D. The Early Years in Letters. Edited with an introduction and commentary by Caroline Zilboorg.
SPE90108: JAMES ALDRIDGE - Heroes on the Empty View.
RB90065: BEVIN ALEXANDER - Inside the Nazi War Machine. How Three Generals Unleashed Hitler's Blitzkrieg upon the World.
12964: NELSON ALGREN - A Walk on the Wild Side.
ARC90354: GRANT ALLEN. - The African Millionaire. Episodes in the Life of the Illustrious Colonel Clay.
19935: CAPTAIN E.H.LYNN-ALLEN. - Rough Shoot. Some Thoughts for the Owner-Keeper. Illustrated by The Master of Elphinstone [i.e. John Elphinstone].
BC13708: EDWARD HERON-ALLEN - Journal of the Great War. From Sussex Shore to Flanders Fields. Edited by Brian W.Harvey and Carol Fitzgerald.
BC11458: ISABEL ALLENDE. - Of Love and Shadows. Translated from the Spanish of 'De Amor y de Sombra' by Margaret Sayers Peden.
BC13355: GRAHAM SUTHERLAND. RONALD ALLEY - Graham Sutherland. The catalogue of a 1982 Tate Gallery exhibition.
BC12395: P.S.ALLFREE - Hawks of the Hadhramaut.
ARC91122: JOHN ALLIN AND ARNOLD WESKER - Say Goodbye: You May Never See them Again. Scenes from two East-End Background. Paintings by John Allin and text by Arnold Wesker.
16161: "HELEN ALLINGHAM, WILLIAM ALLINGHAM. ROBERT GRAVES" - "By the Way. (INSCRIBED). Verses, Fragments and Notes. Arranged by his wife, Helen Allingham."
BC12255: MARGERY ALLINGHAM - The Oaken Heart
19854: JOHN M.S.ALLISON - Concerning the Education of a Prince. Correspondence of the Princess of Nassau-Saarbruck 13 June - 15 November 1758. Edited and with an Introductory Essay by John M.S.Allison
BC14036: DRUMMOND ALLISON - The Yellow Night. Poems 1940 ű 41 ű 42 ű 43. With a portrait of the author and decorations by David Haughton.
BC14035: DRUMMOND ALLISON - The Collected Poems of Drummond Allison. Edited and with a lengthy introduction by Stephen Benson.
BC13613: DRUMMOND ALLISON - The Collected Poems of Drummond Allison. Edited and with a lengthy introduction by Stephen Benson. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91327: KINGSLEY AMIS - contributes his two early poems 'Retrospect' and 'Poem for Hilary' to an issue of the periodical Mandrake. Edited by Arthur Boyars and John Wain.
EVES9023: FANTASY PRESS. KINGSLEY AMIS - [Poems]. The Fantasy Poets Number Twenty-Two
ARC291110009: KINGSLEY AMIS. - The Evans Country. Poems.
ARC91328: KINGSLEY AMIS - Socialism and the Intellectuals.
BC12424: MARTIN AMIS - "Time's Arrow, or The Nature of the Offence. (SIGNED)"
FP90021: KINGSLEY AMIS. - Bright November. Poems
BC10153: KINGSLEY AMIS - contributes his essay 'No More Parades. On Leaving Cambridge' to an issue of the periodical Encounter. Edited by Stephen Spender & Melvin J.Lasky.
16581: KINGSLEY AMIS - A Case of Samples. Poems 1946-1956.
ARC90416: MARTIN AMIS. - Other People: A Mystery Story.
18123: KINGSLEY AMIS - Lucky Jim's Politics.
BC11965: KINGSLEY AMIS - Difficulties With Girls. A novel.
BC11967: MARTIN AMIS - Einstein's Monsters. Stories.
BC14128: KINGSLEY AMIS (WRITING AS 'ROBERT MARKHAM'). - Colonel Sun. A James Bond Adventure.
KP90579: MARTIN AMIS - The Second Plane. September 11: 2001-2007.
KP90051: MARTIN AMIS. - Yellow Dog.
KP90050: MARTIN AMIS. - Night Train.
BC14129: KINGSLEY AMIS - The Old Devils. A novel. (SIGNED)
BUL90606: KINGSLEY AMIS - I Like it Here. A novel.
ARC91428: MARTIN AMIS - The Rachel Papers.
JH301109024: P.D'ANCONA AND E.AESCHLIMANN - The Art of Illumination. An Anthology of Manuscripts from the Sixth to the Sixteenth Century. Translated from the Italian by Alison M.Brown and with additional notes on the plates by Alison Stones.
19797: MAXWELL ANDERSON - The Eve of St Mark. A play
19810: M.D.ANDERSON - Design for a Journey
19939: MAXWELL ANDERSON. - The Star-Wagon. A Play in Three Acts
19796: MAXWELL ANDERSON - Joan of Lorraine. A play
BC13845: GEOFF ANDREW - Stranger Than Paradise. Maverick Film-Makers in Recent American Cinema. With a foreword by Gary Oldman.
BC13937: PIETRO ANNIGONI AND ALEX STERLING - Spanish Sketchbook. (INSCRIBED)
15235: "ANONYMOUS, (GREAT WAR)" - "The Absolute Truth. 30 photographs (many ""U.S.Official"")."
19890: ANONYMOUS - Old English Easances. A Text Book
19953: ANONYMOUS - Picturesque Montreal. With thirty photogravures plates.
14791: ANONYMOUS - Common Conditions. From the copy in the Library of the Elizabethan Club of Yale University. Compared with the Chatsworth copy. Edited by Tucker Brooke.
19618: HENRY FUSELI. FREDERICK ANTAL - Fuseli Studies. With sixty-four plates.
ARC90694: ANTHOLOGY - A Volunteer Haversack. Containing contributions of certain writers to the Queen's Rifle Volunteer Brigade: The Royal Scots. Edited by Archibald Stodart Walker.
17941: VICTOR PLARR CONTRIBUTES NINE POEMS TO THE ANTHOLOGY - "The Garland of New Poetry by Various Writers. [Edited by Laurence Binyon, who also contributes the design for the cover and two poems]."
18128: ANTHOLOGY - "Sunshine and Shadow. A Book of Cambridge Women's Verse. Edited under the initials ""M.S."""
16586: "ANTHOLOGY, DAVID EDGAR, TREVOR GRIFFITHS, DAVID HARE, JULIAN MITCHELL, PETER PRINCE, HOWARD SCHUMAN & HUGH WHITEMORE." - Ah! Mischief. The Writer and Television. Edited by Frank Pike.
BC13065: "ANTHOLOGY. (JOHN BETJEMAN, EVELYN WAUGH, V.SACKVILLE-WEST, LORD BERNERS, DOROTHY WELLESLEY, EDMUND BLUNDEN, ROSE MACAULAY, ROBERT BYRON, NINA HAMNETT &C.)" - Little Innocents. Childhood Reminiscences. With a preface by Alan Pryce-Jones.
19867: ANTHOLOGY. - "Gems from American Poets. Selected and Arranged by the Author of the ""Sentiment of Flowers"""
EVES9086: ANTHOLOGY - "Art and Action. 10th Anniversary Issue 1938-1948. A Book of Literature, the Arts and Civil Liberties. Edited by Dorothy Norman."
BC14059: ANTHOLOGY - Recent Poetry 1923-1933. Edited and with an introduction by Alida Monro.
KP90162: GUILLAUME APOLLINAIRE. - The Poet Assassinated. Translated from the French by Ron Padgett and with illustrations by Jim Dine.
BC12077: STEVEN APPLEBY (AS 'CAPTAIN J.STAR'). - Rockets. A Way of Life. (INSCRIBED)
BUL90164: EDWARD ARDIZZONE. - Tim All Alone.
15518: "EDWARD ARDIZZONE, EDWARD BOOTH-CLIBBORN" - "My Father and Edward Ardizzone. A Lasting Friendship. A series of over thirty original Christmas cards designed and sent by Edward Ardizzone to Augustine Booth, reproduced in two colours."
BC110110001: "RUTH ARTMONSKY. EDWARD ARDIZZONE, BARBARA JONES, REX WHISTLER, B.S.BIRO, LYNTON LAMB, ROBERT GIBBINGS, EDWARD BAWDEN" - Bringers of Good Tidings. Greetings Telegrams 1935-1982.
BC11484: EDWARD ARDIZZONE - provides dust wrapper and endpaper designs to Henry Cecil's quirky consideration of the British legal system 'Not Such An Ass'. With a foreword by The Rt. Hon. Lord Justice Devlin.
ARC91355: EDWARD ARDIZZONE - "Tim to the Rescue. With an Ardizzone title page decoration, twenty colour drawings, predominantly double-spread, and a further twenty-five black and white line drawings."
ARC90906: EDWARD ARDIZZONE - Nicholas and the Fast Moving Diesel.
IMM90007: PIETRO ARETINO - "The Ragionamenti, Or Dialogues of the Divine Pietro Aretino. Literally translated into English."
BC14092: JOHN MINTON. REGINALD ARKELL. - "Old Herbaceous. With a dust wrapper design, title page illustration, seven plates and various chapter pieces and illustrations in the text by John Minton"
18133: MICHAEL ARLEN - Babes in the Wood.
BC13076: JOHN ARLOTT - The Snuff Shop. With illustrations by Ray Evans and a foreword by Kingsley Amis. (SIGNED)
BC12392: SIMON ARMITAGE - contributes his poem 'Abstracting Electricity' to an issue of the periodical Poetry Review.
BC13246: SIMON ARMITAGE - Five Eleven Ninety Nine. A Poem for the Millenium. With drawings by Toni Goffe. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
15968: DORIS MARY ARMITAGE - The Taylors of Ongar. Portrait of an English Family of the Eighteenth & Nineteenth Centuries. From Family Records. With illustrations.
BC13227: SIMON ARMITAGE - Seeing Stars. Poems.
DZY211009003: ROBERT ARMSTRONG. - Entracte. (INSCRIBED)
18135: MATTHEW ARNOLD - Irish Essays and Others.
13747: "EVE ARNOLD, JOHN FRASER." - Private View. Inside Baryshnokiv's American Ballet Theatre. With photographs by Eve Arnold.
19905: JAMES FULLARTON ARNOTT AND JOHN WILLIAM ROBINSON - English Theatrical Literature 1559-1900. A Bibliography. Incorporating Robert Lowe's A Bibliographical Account of English Theatrical Literature published in 1888
ARC90651: "ALEXANDER ARNOUS, G?RARD BAUER, GEORGES PILLEMENT, CHARLES P?GUY, LOUIS CH?RONNET, GERMAIN BAZIN AND JACQUES WILHELM." - Paris mon Coeur.
13423: ORIENTAL ART - "Ancient Chinese Woodblock New Year Prints. Over 140 mostly full-colour plates, with an introduction by Wang Shucun."
18477: SOLDIER ART - "Soldier Art. Over 200 plates, several in colour."
BUL90518: INDIAN ART. - Contemporary Indian Art Post Independence.
BC14163: ROYAL ARTILLERY - An undated Royal Artillery Christmas greetings card
KP90535: "WAR ARTISTS. (MICHAEL AYRTON, CERI RICHARDS, GRAHAM SUTHERLAND, HENRY MOORE, STANLEY SPENCER, THOMAS HENNELL, R.V.PITCHFORTH &C)" - War Pictures by British Artists - Production. No. 2 of the second series.
BC13783: GREAT WAR ARTISTS - War Pictures. Issued by Authority of the Imperial War Museum. (cover title: Pictures & Sculpture in the Imperial War Museum).
BC13895: BARBARA JONES. RUTH ARTMONSKY - A Snapper Up of Unconsidered Trifles. A Tribute to Barbara Jones.
14799: BRIAN ASH - Who's Who in Science Fiction.
ARC91554: C.R.ASHBEE. - Peckover. The Abbotscourt Papers 1904-1931. Edited by C.R.Ashebb and with five handsome full-page coloured illustrations by Reginald Savage.
BUL90488: RALPH STEADMAN. DAISY ASHFORD - "Where Love Lies Deepest. With a title-page illustration, sixteen line drawings, mostly full-page or double spread, and a dust wrapper design by Ralph Steadman."
ARC91077: ISAAC ASIMOV - Foundation.
15743: "KENNEDY ASSASSINATION, HAROLD WEISBERG" - Whitewash. The Report on the Warren Report.
BC12989: ANTHONY ASTBURY - Just to Two of Us. Verse and Prose Poems. Selected by Geoffrey Godbert. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91511: GERTRUDE ATHERTON - A Whirl Asunder.
ARC91417: HAROLD JONES. M.E.ATKINSON. - "August Adventure. A Novel for Boys & Girls. With endpapers, title pages, seventeen full-page drawings (three of which have been quite carefully coloured), head and tail pieces and a dust wrapper design by Harold Jones."
BC11725: MARGARET ATWOOD - Bluebeard's Egg
BC11767: MARGARET ATWOOD - Power Politics. Poems.
BUL90537: MARGARET ATWOOD - The Penelopiad
18138: "W.H.AUDEN, THOMAS CAMPION" - "Selected Songs. Selected by W.H.Auden, with introductions by himself and John Hollander."
991583: "W.H.AUDEN, ST.-JOHN PERSE" - "On Poetry. Speech of Acceptance upon the Award of the Nobel Prize for Literature, delivered in Stockholm December 10, 1960. Translated into English by W.H.Auden, and also retaining the French text."
18137: W.H.AUDEN - Night Covers Up the Rigid Land. A poem. Musical setting by Lennox Berkeley.
18136: W.H.AUDEN - The Quarry. A poem. Musical setting by W.D.Bennett.
ARC90083: W.H.AUDEN AND CHRISTOPHER ISHERWOOD. - On the Frontier. A Melodrama in three acts.
BC10152: W.H.AUDEN - contributes his poem 'Iceland Revisited' (the first British appearance of this poem) to an issue of the periodical Encounter. Edited by Stephen Spender and Melvin J.Lasky.
BC10151: W.H.AUDEN - contributes his poem 'The Cave of Nakedness' (hitherto unprinted) to an issue of the periodical Encounter. Edited by Stephen Spender & Melvin J.Lasky.
16593: W.H.AUDEN - Academic Graffiti. Clerihews. With drawings by Filippo Sanjust.
15341: "W.H.AUDEN, FRANCIS SCARFE" - W.H.Auden.
BC10120: W.H.AUDEN - "contributes a tribute to Dag Hammarskj¸ld, the Swedish economist and author and the only posthumous winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, to an issue of the periodical Encounter. Edited by Stephen Spender and Melvin J.Lasky."
KP90651: W.H.AUDEN - Epistle to a Godson and other poems.
19706: JOHN BETJEMAN. W.H.AUDEN. - Slick but not Streamlined. Poems & Short Pieces. Selected and introduced by W.H.Auden.
ARC91236: W.H.AUDEN - Sue. A poem.
BC12208: JANE AUSTEN - Edgar & Emma
17642: "JANE AUSTEN, MICHAEL SADLEIR" - Things Past.
BC10084: JANE AUSTEN - is the subject of Norman Page's essay 'Standards of Excellence: Jane Austen's Language' contributed of the periodical A Review of English Literature. Edited by A.Norman Jeffares.
KP90281: PAUL AUSTER. - The Brooklyn Follies.
KP90282: PAUL AUSTER. - Travels in the Scriptorium.
KP90278: PAUL AUSTER. - The Music of Chance.
KP90279: PAUL AUSTER. - Timbuktu.
KP90280: PAUL AUSTER. - Oracle Night.
BUL90226: HUGH CASSON. DIANA AVEBURY. - Zelda and the Corgis. With illustrations by Hugh Casson.
18048: GILLIAN AVERY - The Hole in the Wall and Other Stories. An anthology of stories for children written between 1796 and 1886. Edited (AND SIGNED) by Gillian Avery. With illustrations.
BUL90556: TOM AVERY - Pole Dance. The Story of a Record-Breaking British Expedition to the Bottom of the World. (INSCRIBED)
99580: F.C.AVIS - Type Face Manual.
19038: ERJE AYDEN - Seven Years of Winter. Autobiography.
BC11702: MICHAEL AYRTON. - "Archilochos. Introduced, translated and illustrated by Michael Ayrton."
BC13187: MICHAEL AYRTON AND JOHN ARLOTT - Clausentum. Sonnets by John Arlott accompanied with drawings by Michael Ayrton.
BC13640: WYNDHAM LEWIS. MICHAEL AYRTON. - "The Human Age. Complete in three parts (over two volumes) comprising 'Childermass', 'Monstre Gai' and 'Malign Fiesta'. With illustrations and dust wrapper designs by Michael Ayrton."
ARC91566: MICHAEL AYRTON - "A Distraction of Wits Nurtured in Elizabethan Cambridge. An anthology selected and introduced by George Rylands, and with drawings by Michael Ayrton."
15353: "MICHAEL AYRTON, CECIL & MARGERY GRAY" - "The Bed, or The Clinophile's Vade Mecum. With full-page drawings, colour-endpapers and a title-page illustration by Michael Ayrton. Edited by Cecil and Margery Gray."
BC11450: MICHAEL AYRTON. - Golden Sections. With an introduction by Wyndham Lewis.
BC11590: MICHAEL AYRTON. - The Midas Consequence. A novel.
BC12626: JUNOT D?AZ - The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao. (SIGNED)
DZY161009003: RICCARDO BACCHELLI - The Mill on the Po. Translated from the Italian of 'Il Mulino del Po' by Frances Frenaye.
BC14170: GEORGE BACK - "Arctic Artist. The Journal and Paintings of George Back, Midshipman with Franklin, 1819-1822. Edited by C.Stuart Houston and with a commentary by I.S.MacLaren. (INSCRIBED)"
16596: FRANCIS BACON - "Francis Bacon in Conversation with Michel Archimbaud. With numerous illustrations, many in colour."
19877: ENID BAGNOLD - Lottie Dundass. A Play in Three Acts
9696: ENID BAGNOLD - Autobiography (from 1889). With illustrations.
BUL90021: PEARL BAILEY. - The Raw Pearl. (SIGNED)
BC12690: F.M.BAILEY - Mission to Tashkent. With an introduction and epilogue by Peter Hopkirk.
BUL90547: DAVID BAILEY - Another Image. Papua New Guinea
ARC90747: BERYL BAINBRIDGE - Another Part of the Wood.
KP90355: BERYL BAINBRIDGE - Filthy Lucre. Or the Tragedy of Andrew Ledwhistle and Richard Soleway
19676: BERYL BAINBRIDGE - Winter Garden
19382: ABRAHAM TREMBLEY. JOHN R.BAKER - Abraham Trembley of Geneva. Scientist and Philosopher 1710-1784. Edward
13749: GEORGE BALANCHINE - "Portrait of Mr. B. Photographs of george Balanchine with an essay by Lincoln Kirstein and a memoir by Peter Martins. Over 70 photographs, some double-spread."
BC11514: J.G.BALLARD - "contributes the first printing of 'Zodiac 2000', his updating of the signs of the zodiac, to an issue of the quarterly periodical Ambit"
BC250310001: J.G.BALLARD - The Empire of the Sun. (SIGNED UNCORRECTED TYPESCRIPT).
BC11462: J.G.BALLARD - "contributes his short story 'The Subliminal Man', its first UK book-fork appearance, to the science fiction anthology Window on the Future. Edited by Douglas Hill."
BUL90490: J.G.BALLARD. - J.G.Ballard. The First Twenty Years. Edited and with an introduction by James Goddard and David Pringle.
BUL90204: J.G.BALLARD. - War Fever.
BUL90202: J.G.BALLARD. - Low-Flying Aircraft and other stories.
SPE90163: J.G.BALLARD - contributes the first printing of his twelve-page story 'Tolerances of the Human Face' to an issue of the periodical Encounter.
ARC90825: J.G.BALLARD - The Empire of the Sun.
BC14141: IAIN BANKS - The Crow Road.
BC13909: JOHN BANVILLE. - The Blue Guitar. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC13906: JOHN BANVILLE. - The Untouchable. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC13908: JOHN BANVILLE. - The Infinities. A novel. (SIGNED)
18145: MOSHE BARASCH - "Crusader Figural Sculpture in the Holy Land. Twelfth Century Examples from Acre, Nazareth and Belvoir Castle. With fifty plates of photographs."
BC12154: MAURICE BARING - Cecil Spencer. A tribute in verse. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC13527: PAT BARKER - "The Regeneration Trilogy. Complete in three volumes comprising 'Regeneration', 'The Eye in the Door' [and] 'The Ghost Road'."
KP90028: EDDIE LINDEN. SEBASTIAN BARKER. - Who is Eddie Linden.
KP90386: GEORGE BARKER - Collected Poems 1930-1955. (INSCRIBED)
BC13141: GEORGE BARKER - In Memory of David Archer. (SIGNED)
BC13083: GEORGE BARKER - Three Poems. Number thirteen of the Mir Poets pamphlets. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
KP90211: GEORGE BARKER. - Villa Stellar. Poems.
SPE90110: NICOLA BARKER - Behindlings. A novel. (INSCRIBED)
KP90056: GEORGE BARKER. - A Vision of Beasts and Gods. Poems.
BC14044: GEORGE BARKER - The True Confession of George Barker.
9330: A.L.BARKER - No Word of Love. Stories.
19918: ARTHUR BARKER. - Songs of Suffolk.
KP90608: GEORGE BARKER - Dialogues etc. (PUBLISHER'S PROOF SHEETS)
ARC90802: GEORGE BARKER - What is Mercy and a Voice.
BC11666: GEORGE BARKER - In Memory of David Archer. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
18146: JULIAN BARNARD - "The Decorative Tradition. A study of applied ornament in Victorian building, with numerous illustrations and photographs."
BC13811: JULIAN BARNES (WRITING AS 'DAN KAVANAGH'). - Fiddle City.
ARC91190: JULIAN BARNES - Arthur & George. (SIGNED)
ARC90966: JULIAN BARNES - Metroland. (SIGNED)
BC190910008: DJUNA BARNES - Spillway. Stories
ARC90974: JULIAN BARNES - Talking it Over. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC91471: JULIAN BARNES - Flaubert's Parrot.
BC13812: JULIAN BARNES (WRITING AS 'DAN KAVANAGH'). - Going to the Dogs.
BC13808: JULIAN BARNES - "England, England."
BC13804: JULIAN BARNES - Staring at the Sun.
ARC91217: JULIAN BARNES (WRITING AS 'DAN KAVANAGH'). - Putting the Boot In. A novel. (SIGNED)
ARC91034: WILLIAM BARNES - Poems of Rural Life in Common English.
JH900002: CORRELLI BARNETT. - The Great War. With an introduction by John Terraine.
19779: LEONARD BASKIN - Iconologia.
BC12717: H.E.BATES. - Down the River. With illustrations by Peter Partington.
BC12691: H.E.BATES - The Bride Comes to Evensford.
BC12699: H.E.BATES - A Love of Flowers. With illustrations by Pauline Ellison.
19536: H.E.BATES (PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY). - There's Freedom in the Air. The Official Story of the Allied Air Forces from the Occupied Countries. Illustrated with photographs.
BC12703: H.E.BATES - An Aspidistra in Babylon. Four novellas.
12996: H.E.BATES - The Modern Short Story. A Critical Survey.
12999: H.E.BATES - The Day of Glory. A play.
19840: "H.E.BATES (WRITING AS FLYING OFFICER ""X"")" - The Greatest People in the World and other stories
BC12243: H.E.BATES - The Sleepless Moon
ARC91488: H.E.BATES - "The Vanished World, The Blossoming World [and] The World in Ripeness. BatesĂ autobiography, complete in three volumes, one of them signed."
991594: H.E.BATES - A Crown of Wild Myrtle.
BC12709: H.E.BATES AND JOHN MINTON - The Country Heart. With drawings and a superb dust wrapper design by John Minton.
BC11870: H.E.BATES. - contributes his short novel 'The Cruise of the Breadwinner' to an issue of the periodical The Cornhill
BC11863: H.E.BATES. - A Moment in Time.
17047: H.E.BATES - The Modern Short Story. A Critical Survey.
16183: H.E.BATES - Derriere les Communiques. [The Greatest People in the World]
BC12708: H.E.BATES. - The Day of the Tortoise. With illustrations by Peter Farmer.
13005: H.E.BATES - The Scarlet Sword.
BC12702: H.E.BATES - The Jacaranda Tree.
ARC90861: H.E.BATES. - The Last Bread. A play in one act.
BC12712: H.E.BATES. - The Nature of Love. Three short novels.
BC12237: H.E.BATES - Charlotte's Row.
BC170610006: H.E.BATES - Charlotte's Row.
BC12716: H.E.BATES. - The Face of England. With photographs by A.F.Kersting.
BC14127: "H.E.BATES (WRITING AS FLYING OFFICER ""X"")." - How Sleep the Brave and other stories.
BC12713: H.E.BATES. - Cut and Come Again. Stories.
ARC91273: H.E.BATES. - Achilles and Diana. With illustrations by Carol Barker.
BC13641: H.E.BATES. - The Distant Horns of Summer. A novel.
12751: RALPH BATES - The Olive Field.
KP90062: H.E.BATES. - The Scarlet Sword.
BC12720: H.E.BATES. - The Seekers.
BC12693: H.E.BATES. - A Crown of Wild Myrtle.
BC12697: H.E.BATES. - The Purple Plain. A novel.
BC12746: H.E.BATES - Sally Go Round the Moon. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
19323: H.E.BATES. - The Song of the Wren.
ARC91439: H.E.BATES - The Hessian Prisoner. [A story]. With a line drawing by John Austen and a foreword by Edward Garnett. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC13464: H.E.BATES - Now Sleep the Crimson Petal and other stories.
BC13463: H.E.BATES - The Fabulous Mrs. V. Stories.
18461: WEDGWOOD. MAUREEN BATKIN - "Wedgwood Ceramics 1846-1959. A New Appraisal. Most lavishly illustrated, with some colour-plates."
BC13673: ILLUSTRATED MICHELIN GUIDES TO THE BATTLEFIELDS. - Lille. Before and During the War.
BC13674: ILLUSTRATED MICHELIN GUIDES TO THE BATTLEFIELDS. - The Battle-Fields of the Marne 1914.
BC13672: ILLUSTRATED MICHELIN GUIDES TO THE BATTLEFIELDS. - Siossons. Before and During the War. A Panoramic History and Guide.
15366: NINA BAWDEN - Family Money. (INSCRIBED)
SPE90107: NINA BAWDEN - Carrie's War. With illustrations by Faith Jaques. (INSCRIBED)
BUL90292: EDWARD BAWDEN AND THOMAS HENNELL. - Lady Filmy Fern or The Voyage of the Window Box. A story by Thomas Hennell accompanied by Edward Bawden illustrations. With an introduction by Peggy Skipwith.
19615: EDWARD BAWDEN AND ERIC RAVILIOUS - "Design. Compiled by Brian Webb and Peyton Skipwith to accompany a 2003 exhibition at The Fry Art Gallery, Saffron Walden, mounted to celebrate the centenary of the births of Ravilious and Bawden."
ARC91482: EDWARD BAWDEN - Edward Bawden. War Artist. And his Letters Home 1940-45. Edited by Ruari McLean.
16606: CLIFFORD BAX - Rosemary for Remembrance. Further reflections and reminiscences from the Albany.
16607: CLIFFORD BAX - Old King Cole. A play.
16608: GLEN BAXTER - His Life. The Years of Struggle. Drawings and captions.
18151: JAMES K.BAXTER - Collected Plays. Edited by Howard McNaughton.
99104: JOHN BAYLISS - Venus in Libra. (SIGNED)
19237: J.R.R.TOLKIEN. PAULINE BAYNES. - Bilbo's Last Song. Illustrated by Pauline Baynes.
16610: "AUBREY BEARDSLEY, HALDANE MACFALL" - Aubrey Beardsley. The Man and his Work. With illustrations.
KP90486: AUBREY BEARDSLEY - The catalogue of a 1966 exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
17660: CECIL BEATON - Salisbury. A New Approach to the City and its neighbourhood. Edited by Hugh Shortt. With architectural photographs by Cecil Beaton.
BC12534: ENID BAGNOLD. CECIL BEATON. - The Loved and Envied. A novel. With a dust wrapper design by Cecil Beaton.
19868: JAMES BEATTIE - The Minstrel; or The Progress of Genius: and other poems
BUL90386: ROGER BEAUMONT. - "Sword of the Raj. The British Army in India, 1747-1947."
ARC91598: SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR - Brigitte Bardot and the Lolita Syndrome.
BC12346: SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR - The Blood of Others. Translated from the French of 'Le Sang des Autres' by Yvonne Moyse and Roger Senhouse.
BC13702: LORD BEAVERBROOK - Men and Power 1917-1918.
BC13119: SAMUEL BECKETT - "Dream of Fair to Middling Women. Edited by Eoin O'Brien and Edith Fournier and with a foreword by Eoin O'Brien. (PRESENTATION COPY, INSCRIBED BY THE PUBLISHER)"
ARC91337: SAMUEL BECKETT - "Molloy. A novel. Translated from the French by Patrick Bowles ""in collaboration with the author""."
BC11783: GILBERT A.? BECKETT. - The Comic History of Rome. With illustrations by John Leech.
BC11812: SAMUEL BECKETT - Eleutheria. A play in three acts. Translated from the French by Michael Brodsky.
BC13118: SAMUEL BECKETT - Dream of Fair to Middling Women. Edited by Eoin O'Brien and Edith Fournier and with a foreword by Eoin O'Brien.
99106: PATRICIA BEER - Loss of the Magyar and Other Poems.
BC13122: PATRICIA BEER - Collected Poems.
BC13121: PATRICIA BEER - Just Like the Resurrection. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC13866: VIRGINIA WOOLF. GILLIAN BEER. - "Wave, Atom, Dinosaur: Woolf's Science. (SIGNED)"
SPE90111: PATRICIA BEER - The Estuary. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC13120: PATRICIA BEER - Loss of the Magyar and other poems. (SIGNED)
ARC91136: MAX BEERBOHM - The Works of Max Beerbohm. With a bibliography by John Lane.
17050: MAX BEERBOHM - Letters of Max Beerbohm 1892-1956. Edited by Rupert Hart-Davis.
BC13861: MAX BEERBOHM - "contributes a caricature of Oliver W.F.Lodge to the third issue of the literary magazine The Abinger Chronicle. Vol. 1, No. 3, February 1940."
18505: MAX BEERBOHM - "Heroes and Heroines of ""Bitter Sweet"". Five tipped-in colour-plates of the cast of Noel Coward's 1929 play and a Max ""Note"" in facsimile."
ARC91495: MAX BEERBOHM - The Dreadful Dragon of Hay Hill.
10979: RICHARD LE GALLIENNE. MAX BEERBOHM - "The Romantic '90s. With a caricature by Max Beerbohm and facsimiles of letters from Lionel Johnson, Oscar Wilde, Hubert Crackanthorpe and numerous others."
19335: MAX BEERBOHM. - Lytton Strachey. A lecture.
GAM00210: MAX BEERBOHM. - "Zuleika Dobson, or an Oxford Love Story."
GAM00211: MAX BEERBOHM. - "Zuleika Dobson, or an Oxford Love Story. With a preface by Douglas Cleverdon and illustrations by George Him."
GAM00216: MAX BEERBOHM. - A Christmas Garland.
GAM00225: MAX BEERBOHM. - Edmund Wilson contributes a seven-page account of his meetings with Max Beerbohm to an issue of the periodical Encounter. Edited by Stephen Spender and Melvin J.Lasky.
GAM00226: MAX BEERBOHM. - contributes 'Two Glimpses of Andrew Lang' to the very first issue of the noted periodical 'Life and Letters'. Edited by Desmond MacCarthy.
GAM00227: MAX BEERBOHM. - Herbert Beerbohm Tree. Some Memories of Him and of His Art. Collected by Max Beerbohm.
GAM00229: MAX BEERBOHM. - Max's Nineties. Drawings 1892-1899. With an introduction by Osbert Lancaster.
GAM00232: MAX BEERBOHM. - Sir Max Beerbohm. A Memorial Exhibition. The catalogue of a June 1957 memorial exhibition of drawings by Max Beerbohm at the Leicester Galleries in London. With a foreword by Sir John Rothenstein.
GAM00255: MAX BEERBOHM. - Mainly on the Air.
GAM00258: MAX BEERBOHM AND WILLIAM ROTHENSTEIN. - Max and Will. Max Beerbohm & William Rothenstein. Their Friendship and Letters 1893-1945. Edited with notes by Mary M.Lago & Karl Beckson.
GAM00262: MAX BEERBOHM. - Last Theatres 1904-1910. With an introduction by Rupert Hart-Davis.
GAM00281: MAX BEERBOHM. - Around Theatres. Complete in two volumes.
ARC91035: MAX BEERBOHM - "Zuleika Dobson, or an Oxford Love Story."
19555: BRENDAN BEHAN - Borstal Boy
KP90067: BRENDAN BEHAN. - The Art of Brendan Behan. Edited by E.H.Mikhail.
KP90392: BRENDAN BEHAN - The Scarperer. A novel.
ARC91243: BRENDAN BEHAN - contributes his play 'The Big House' to an issue of the periodical Irish Writing. No. 37. Edited by S.J.White.
KP90394: DOMINIC BEHAN - Teems of Times and Happy Returns. [An autobiography].
KP90391: BRENDAN BEHAN - Hold Your Hour and Have Another. With decorations by Beatrice Behan.
19685: BRENDAN BEHAN - The Hostage. A play.
BC10175: BRENDAN BEHAN - contributes his short story 'A Woman of no Standing' to an issue of the periodical Encounter. Edited by Stephen Spender & Melvin J.Lasky.
GAM00245: MAX BEERBOHM. S.N.BEHRMAN. - Conversation with Max.
BC12461: OSCAR WILDE. BARBARA BELFORD. - Oscar Wilde. A Certain Genius.
19844: CLIVE BELL - Enjoying Pictures. Meditations in the National Gallery and Elsewhere.
12350: CLIVE BELL - On British Freedom.
ARC91248: VIRGINIA WOOLF. VANESSA BELL - "Notes on Virginia's Childhood. A memoir by Vanessa Bell, edited by Richard J.Schaubeck, Jr."
12349: CLIVE BELL - Pot-Boilers
BC12323: VERA BELL - Ogog. (INSCRIBED)
BC13458: HENRY WILLIAMSON. [CAPT. DOUGLAS HERBERT BELL]. - A Soldier's Diary of the Great War. [Edited by and] with a lengthy introduction by Henry Williamson.
KP90435: GAVIN BELL - In Search of Tusitala. Travels in the Pacific after Robert Louis Stevenson.
BC11610: QUENTIN BELL AND VIRGINIA NICHOLSON. - Charleston. A Bloomsbury House and Garden. With photographs by Alen MacWeeney
19760: PETER BELLEW - Pioneering Ballet in Australia. Edited by Peter Bellew and introduced by Neville Cardus.
18167: HILAIRE BELLOC - On.
991026: HILAIRE BELLOC - Essays of To-Day and Yesterday
99316: RUTH PITTER. HILAIRE BELLOC - First & Second Poems 1912-1925. With a preface by Hilaire Belloc.
15376: HILAIRE BELLOC - Avril. Essays on the Poetry of the French Renaissance.
ARC90162: HILAIRE BELLOC. - Danton. A Study.
ARC91338: SAUL BELLOW - Dangling Man.
BC10080: SAUL BELLOW - is the subject of two essays: 'Saul Bellow and the Naturalist Tradition' by Malcolm Bradbury and 'The Novels of Saul Bellow' by Geoffrey Rans contributed to an American Literature special issue of the periodical A Review of English Literature. Edited by A
EVES9079: SAUL BELLOW - "Three issues of the noted literary journal The Nobel Savage, edited by Saul Bellow alongside Keith Botsford and Jack Ludwig."
BC13598: SAUL BELLOW - "contributes 'Henderson in Africa' (a lengthy pre-publication extract from his classic novel 'Henderson the Rain King'), to an issue of the multi-lingual literary journal Botteghe Oscure XXI."
BC12484: SAUL BELLOW - Henderson the Rain King. A novel.
9922282: LUDWIG BEMELMANS - The Blue Danube. Illustrated in colour by the author.
19788: GEORGE BENNETT - Mannequins (INSCRIBED)
BC13147: ALFRED GORDON BENNETT - Collected Poems 1920-1930. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91459: E.MCKNIGHT KAUFFER. ARNOLD BENNETT. - Venus Rising from the Sea. With twelve colour drawings by E.McKnight Kauffer. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
9160: MARK BENNEY - The Truth about English Prisons.
19677: PETER BENSON - Odo's Hanging
BC11687: CLARE LEIGHTON. STELLA BENSON - Christmas Formula and other stories. With a splendid wood engraved frontispiece by Clare Leighton. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION).
BC12335: ROLOFF BENY - Rajasthan. Land of Kings. With over one hundred splendid colour photographs by Roloff Beny.
14348: JOHN BERENDT - Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. A Savannah Story. (WITH SIGNED SLIP)
17066: MARY BERENSON - A Self-Portrait from her Letters & Diaries. Edited by Barbara Strachey & Jayne Samuels.
8835: ELISABETH BERESFORD - The Tovers. (INSCRIBED)
BC14139: JOHN BERGER - The Foot of Clive.
RB90084: ISAIAH BERLIN - The Magus of the North. J.G.Hamann and the Origins of Modern Irrationalism. Edited by Henry Hardy
16987: JEAN-JACUES BERNARD - Camp of Slow Death. Translated from the French by Edward Owen Marsh.
ARC221009011: LORD BERNERS - Count Omega
18514: LORD BERNERS - A Distant Prospect. Further autobiography. With a frontispiece by the author and three photographs.
ARC91237: LORD BERNERS - Fugue for Orchestra.
IMM90008: LORD BERNERS - A Distant Prospect. Further autobiography. With a frontispiece by the author and three photographs.
ARC140910001: LORD BERNERS - The Camel. A Tale. With three illustrations by the author.
13095: LOUIS DE BERNIERES - Labels. (SIGNED COPY). With vignette engravings and cover-design by Christopher Wormell.
BC10334: LOUIS DE BERNIERES. - Birds Without Wings.
BC10239: LOUIS DE BERNIERES - The Troublesome Offspring of Cardinal Guzman. The third and final volume of the Latin America Trilogy.
AA90022: FRANCIS BERRY. - Ghosts of Greenland. Poems.
BC12905: WENDELL BERRY AND GARY SNYDER. - Distant Neighbors. The Selected Letters of Wendell Berry and Gary Snyder. Edited by Chad Wriglesworth.
BC14168: FRANCIS BERRY - Collected Poems. With a foreword by Philip Hobsbaum. (INSCRIBED)
99590: JOHN BERRYMAN - "John Berryman, a checklist. Compiled by Richard J.Kelly with a foreword by William Meredith and an introduction by Michael Berryhill."
18168: STEPHEN CRANE. JOHN BERRYMAN - Stephen Crane.
BC12207: GRAHAM SUTHERLAND. ROGER BERTHOUD - Graham Sutherland. A Biography.
BUL90593: ALFRED BESTALL - Rupert. The 1949 Daily Express Annual.
BUL90408: RUPERT THE BEAR. ALFRED BESTALL. - Rupert Autumn Adventures.
BUL90409: RUPERT THE BEAR. ALFRED BESTALL. - Rupert Adventures Book No. 42.
BUL90592: ALFRED BESTALL - The New Rupert Book. The 1946 Daily Express Annual.
ARC91592: JOHN BETJEMAN (READS). - "'The Dear Old Village', 'Our Padre', 'Indoor Games Near Newbury' and 'Now to Get On in Society'. A 7-inch 45 r.p.m. extended play record."
ARC91403: JOHN BETJEMAN - First and Last Loves. Edited by Myfanwy Piper and with original illustrations and a dust wrapper design by John Piper. (SIGNED)
ARC91253: JOHN BETJEMAN - Ode on the Marriage of HRH Prince Charles to the Lady Diana Spender in St. PaulĂs Cathedral on 29 July 1981. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION PLUS TYPESCRIPT)
ARC291110012: JOHN BETJEMAN - "contributes a chapter on architecture to Studies in the History of Swindon by L.V.Grinsell, H.B.Wells and H.S.Tallamy. With an introduction by David Douglas."
18174: "JOHN BETJEMAN, SISTER SYLVIA MARY (EDITOR)" - Wantage Poems. With a preface by John Betjeman.
18183: JOHN BETJEMAN - The Book Collectors Fair 1966
KP90375: ANDREW YOUNG. [JOHN BETJEMAN] - A Prospect of Britain. With photographs by J.Allen Cash. (INSCRIBED BY JOHN BETJEMAN)
BC060210007: IRIS TREE. JOHN BETJEMAN - The Marsh Picnic. A poem. With an introduction by John Betjeman. (PRESENTATION COPY)
18186: JULIAN FANE. JOHN BETJEMAN. - A Letter. With a brief foreword by John Betjeman.
18181: JOHN BETJEMAN - "An Anthology of the Home Counties. Edited by J.D.Mortimer, with an introduction by John Betjeman."
18177: JOHN BETJEMAN - "Centenary Essays on Clifton College. Edited by the Headmaster, N.G.L.Hammond."
18172: JOHN BETJEMAN - "Vintage London. With illustrations, including colour-plates after Rowlandson, Shotter Boys &c."
17669: JOHN BETJEMAN - Continual Dew. A Little Book of Bourgeois Verse. With drawings and an elaborate cover-design by Osbert Lancaster.
16617: "JOHN BETJEMAN, ROBIN MAUGHAM" - The Barrier.
16616: "JOHN BETJEMAN, ANDREW WHEATCROFT" - The Tennyson Album. A Biography in Original Photographs. With an introduction by John Betjeman.
16196: "JOHN BETJEMAN, IRIS TREE" - The Marsh Picnic. A poem. With an introduction by John Betjeman.
ARC91257: JOHN BETJEMAN (WRITING AS 'EPSILON'). - Sir John Piers.
ARC91590: JOHN BETJEMAN - Metro-land. Lush Brochure. A pre-publication prospectus.
ARC90576: JOHN BETJEMAN - A Garland for the Laureate. Poems presented to Sir John Betjeman on his 75th Birthday.
9358: PENNETHORNE HUGHES. JOHN BETJEMAN. - "Thirty Eight Poems. Edited by Geoffrey Grigson, with recollections by John Betjeman and John Arlott."
9342: JOHN BETJEMAN - Uncollected Poems. With a foreword by Bevis Hillier.
ARC90843: "RUTH PITTER. [JOHN BETJEMAN, THOM GUNN, L.P.HARTLEY, KATHLEEN RAINE, ROBERT CONQUEST, ROY FULLER, JOHN ARLOTT, JOHN WAIN &C]." - Ruth Pitter: Homage to a Poet. Edited by Arthur Russell and with an introduction by David Cecil.
ARC91601: JOHN BETJEMAN (WRITING AS 'RICHARD M.FARRAN'). - Ground Plan to Skyline.
ARC91247: JOHN BETJEMAN - "An Oxford University Chest. Comprising a Description of the Present State of the Town and University of Oxford. Illustrated in line and half-tone by L.Moholy-Nagy (photographs from his first visit to Oxford), Osbert Lancaster, the Rev. Edward Bradley and "
18184: JOHN BETJEMAN - Twelve Jews. An anthology. Edited by Hector Bolitho.
16197: "JOHN BETJEMAN, ANN CALLENDER" - Godly Mayfair. With an introduction by John Betjeman.
BC11291: JOHN BETJEMAN AND JOHN PIPER. - Poems in the Porch. With illustrations by John Piper.
ARC91561: JOHN BETJEMAN - Ghastly Good Taste. Or a Depressing Story of the Rise and Fall of English Architecture. (SIGNED)
ARC91528: JOHN BETJEMAN - Uncollected Poems. With a foreword by Bevis Hillier. (SIGNED)
9361: JOHN BETJEMAN - Points of View. A Selection from the Spectator. Edited by Brian Inglis.
ARC91583: JOHN BETJEMAN - "A catalogue of works by John Betjeman from the collection of Ray Carter. With an unpublished poem and illustrations by John Piper, Phillida Gili and Glynn Boyd Harte and an introduction by Philip Larkin. The catalogue of a 1983 exhibition at St Paul's Sch"
ARC91463: JOHN BETJEMAN AND JOHN PIPER - Church Poems. With drawings by John Piper. (WITHDRAWN FIRST STATE)
BC10185: MICHAEL AYRTON. HENRY BETT - English Myths and Traditions. With illustrations and a dust wrapper design by Michael Ayrton.
17673: "THOMAS BEWICK, MONTAGUE WEEKLEY" - Thomas Bewick. A biography. With illustrations.
BC12873: SUJATA BHATT - Point No Point. Selected Poems. (SIGNED)
BC11050: "MARC CHAGALL. IZIS BIDERMANAS, ROY MCMULLEN." - The World of Marc Chagall. Photographed by Izis Bidermanas and with text by Roy McMullen.
19733: JOHN R.BIGGS - An Approach to Type
BUL90237: JULIAN W.BILBY. - Nanook of the North.
BC13600: HEINRICH B═LL - The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum. Or: How Violence Develops and Where is Can Lead. Translated from the German by Leila Vennewitz.
KP90238: C.P.BILLOT. - "To the City. (INSCRIBED). A poem sequence, with an introduction by Henry Treece."
17674: EDITH BIRKHEAD - The Tale of Terror. A Study of the Gothic Romance.
BC12553: JACK KEROUAC. JAMES BIRMINGHAM - The Last Days of Jack Kerouac.
99113: EARLE BIRNEY - The Bear on the Delhi Road. Selected poems.
99114: EARLE BIRNEY - Near False Creek Mouth.
BC12977: JOHN BIRTWHISTLE - The Conversion to Oil of the Lots Road London Transport Power Station and other poems.
BUL90296: JULIUS BISSIER. - Julius Bissier 1893-1965. The catalogue of a 1977 touring exhibition.
BC13846: PIERS BIZONY - 2001. Filming the Future. With a foreword by Arthur C.Clarke.
ARC90731: EDWARD ARDIZZONE. MARGARET BLACK - Three Brothers and a Lady. With thirty-nine colour illustrations by Edward Ardizzone.
BC13517: ELIZABETH BLACKADDER - The catalogue of a touring 1981-82 Scottish Arts Council exhibition.
BC12807: THOMAS BLACKBURN - contributes his poems 'Legion' and 'Casa Montini' to an issue of the periodical Agenda.
GAM00113: THOMAS BLACKBURN. - The Price of an Eye.
18521: R.D.BLACKMORE - Slain by the Doones and Other Stories. Attractive pictorial title-page.
14362: R.P.BLACKMUR - "Dirty Hands, or The True-Born Censor."
14444: R.P.BLACKMUR (T.S.ELIOT) - T.S.Eliot. An essay.
BUL90548: QUENTIN BLAKE - Ten Frogs. Dix Gvenouilles
ARC91626: WILLIAM PETER BLATTY - "Which Way to Mecca, Jack?"
ARC90962: ISAK DINESEN [I.E. KAREN BLIXEN]. - Last Tales.
BC13975: HENRY BLOFELD - The Packer Affair. (INSCRIBED)
18194: ROBERT BLOOMFIELD - "Poems. With thirteen illustrations by T.S.Cooper, J.C.Horsley &c., engraved by Thurston Thompson."
11477: LAWRENCE DURRELL. [B.C.BLOOMFIELD] - Cefalu
18195: WALTER HART BLUMENTHAL - Eccentric Typography and Other Diversions in the Graphic Arts. With numerous illustrations.
15393: "EDMUND BLUNDEN, JOHN CAIRNCROSS" - By a Lonely Sea. Translations and poems. With a brief foreword by Edmund Blunden.
19787: CHRISTOPHER SMART. EDMUND BLUNDEN - A Song to David. Chosen with Biographical and Critical Preface and Notes by Edmund Blunden
BC11105: EDMUND BLUNDEN. - Undertones of War.
BC13160: EDMUND BLUNDEN - Retreat.
15392: EDMUND BLUNDEN - Poems of Many Years.
15171: EDMUND BLUNDEN - Keats's Publisher. A Memoir of John Taylor.
11880: EDMUND BLUNDEN - Votive Tablets.
19841: FELX MENDELSSOHN. WILFRED BLUNT - On Wings of Song. A Biography of Felix Mendelssohn
RB90100: WILFRID SCAWEN BLUNT (UNDER THE PSEUDONYM 'PROTEUS'). - Sonnets and Songs.
BUL90480: ENID BLYTON - Good Old Secret Seven. With illustrations by Burgess Sharrocks.
BC14183: THOMAS BODKIN - Eight Poems. (INSCRIBED)
19780: THOMAS BODLEY - Pietas Oxoniensis. In Memory of Sir Thomas Bodley and the Foundation of the Bodleian Library
14831: JOHN SIBERCH. ROBERT BOES & G.J.GRAY. - "John Siberch. Bibliographical Notes of the first Cambridge Printer, 1886-1905. With facsimiles of title-pages, colophons &c."
BC11438: JEAN SUTHERLAND BOGGS. - The National Gallery of Canada.
19817: DOROTHY BOHM - Breaks in Communication. (INSCRIBED)
BC13541: EAVAN BOLAND - In a Time of Violence. Poems
BC13542: EAVAN BOLAND - Selected Poems.
BC13543: EAVAN BOLAND - Outside History. Poems
17571: HECTOR BOLITHO - A Penguin in the Eyrie. An R.A.F. Diary 1939-1945.
18528: MELVIN BOLTON - Ethiopian Wildlands. With photographs.
BC13779: MUIRHEAD BONE - The Western Front. Drawings. Part One (December 1916) With a brief introduction by General Sir Douglas Haig.
ARC91431: SHELL GUIDE. STEPHEN BONE - The West Coast of Scotland. Skye to Oban.
BC11067: PIERRE BONNARD. - Pierre Bonnard 1867-1947. The catalogue of a 1966 Royal Academy of Arts exhibition.
BUL90325: JACK BUTLER YEATS. JOHN BOOTH. - Jack B.Yeats. A Vision of Ireland.
BC12127: JORGE LUIS BORGES AND ADOLFO BIOY CASARES. - "Extraordinary Tales. Edited, translated and with a foreword by Anthony Kerrigan."
BUL90541: ELISABETH MANN BORGESE - To Whom it May Concern.
18460: JACQUES LIPCHITZ. BERT VAN BORK. - "Jacques Lipchitz. The Artist at Work. A photographic monograph, with with dozens of photographs of the sculptor and his work and a critical evaluation of Lipchitz by Dr.Alfred Werner."
15717: "JAMES BOSWELL, D.B.WYNDHAM LEWIS" - "The Hooded Hawk, or The Case of Mr. Boswell. With illustrations."
9922699: JAMES BOSWELL - "On the Profession of a Player. Three essays now first printed from ""The London Magazine"" 1770."
15721: "JAMES BOSWELL, CHAUNCEY BREWSTER TINKER" - "Young Boswell. Chapters on James Boswell the Biographer, based largely on New material. With many illustrations."
15719: "JAMES BOSWELL, IAN FINLAYSON" - The Moth and the Candle. A Life of James Boswell. With illustrations.
19920: JAMES BOSWELL. - Letters of James Boswell Addressed to the Rev. W.J.Temple. With an Introduction and Notes.
BC13128: RONALD BOTTRALL - Farewell and Welcome. Poems.
99118: RONALD BOTTRALL - The Loosening and other Poems
BC11546: ELIZABETH BOWEN - "contributes 'Notes on Writing a Novel' to the second volume of the miscellany Orion. Edited by Rosamond Lehmann, D.Kilham Roberts, C.Day Lewis and Edwin Muir."
BC12978: ARNOLD VINCENT BOWEN - Brief Matchlight. Poems.
RB90123: FRANK C.BOWEN - "The Golden Age of Sail. Indiamen, Packets and Clipper Ships. With illustrations from contemporary engravings and paintings in the MacPherson Collection. (DELUXE ISSUE)"
BC13372: ELIZABETH BOWEN - contributes her story 'A Day in the Dark' to an issue of the periodical Botteghe Oscure XVI.
KP90647: PAUL BOWLES - his story 'Tapiama' to an issue of the periodical The London Magazine.
SPE90167: PAUL BOWLES - contributes his six-page story 'Friend of the World' to an issue of the periodical Encounter.
991329: PAUL BOWLES - "Yallah. Photographs by Peter W.Haeberlin, with text by Paul Bowles."
19209: THOMAS HARDY. C.M.BOWRA - The Lyrical Poetry of Thomas Hardy. A transcript of the 23rd Bryon Foundation Lecture.
10403: C.M.BOWRA - In General and Particular. Essays and Lectures.
19912: ELIZABETH FRENCH BOYD - Bloomsbury Heritage. Their Mothers and their Aunts. With illustrations
BC12528: WILLIAM BOYD - The Blue Afternoon. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC13213: WILLIAM BOYD - Brazzaville Beach. A novel. (SIGNED)
BC10266: KAY BOYLE. - Wedding Day and Other Stories
BC10274: KAY BOYLE. - Gentlemen I Address You Privately.
BC10275: KAY BOYLE. - Primer for Combat.
BC10277: KAY BOYLE. - Nothing Ever Breaks Except the Heart. Short Stories.
JUL90316: MARK BOYLE - "The catalogue of a 1978 exhibition at the British Pavilion, Venice Biennale."
ARC90973: KAY BOYLE - Death of a Man.
ARC91540: T.CORAGHESSAN BOYLE - Descent of Man. Stories.
ARC90315: JOHN BOYNE. - The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas. A fable.
16270: E.H.KNATCHBULL-HUGESSEN [LORD BRABOURNE] - Tales at Tea-Time. Fairy Stories. With illustrations by William Brunton.
9922305: MALCOLM BRADBURY - Unsent Letters.
9922303: MALCOLM BRADBURY - Doctor Criminale. (SIGNED).
19232: RAY BRADBURY. - "The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit and other plays for Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond Tomorrow. With an introduction by the author."
19662: MALCOLM BRADBURY - The Modern American Novel.
19361: MALCOLM BRADBURY - Cuts. With drawings by Tom Phillips.
BC10097: MALCOLM BRADBURY - "contributes his 10-page analysis 'Saul Bellow's ""Herzog""' to an issue of the periodical Critical Quarterly."
ARC91420: MALCOLM BRADBURY - Eating People is Wrong.
GM90002: JOHN BRAINE. - The Vodi.
RB90066: RODRIC BRAITHWAITE - Moscow 1941. A City and its People at War.
10002: ALDOUS HUXLEY. LAURENCE BRANDER - Aldous Huxley. A Critical Study.
SPE90056: GYLES BRANDRETH - Oscar Wilde and the Candlelight Murders [and] Oscar Wilde and the Ring of Death. (FIRST VOLUME SIGNED)
18215: BILL BRANDT. (ALSO JOHN NASH & JOHN MOORE) - "contributes a photo-feature ""Cezanne Country"", to the anthology The Saturday Book. Volume 13. Edited by John Hadfield."
ARC90586: BILL BRANDT - The English at Home. Sixty-three photographs. With an introduction by Raymond Mortimer.
19262: BILL BRANDT - Portraits. Over 100 photographs. With an introduction by Alan Ross.
BC11777: GEORGES BRAQUE. - "Braque. The Late Works. The catalogue of a 1997 exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts. With text by John Golding, Sophie Bowness and Isabelle Monod-Fontaine."
BC120110011: GEOGRES BRAQUE - "A catalogue of an exhibition of paintings at the Tate Gallery, September-November 1956, arranged by the Arts Council of Great Britain in association with the Edinburgh Festival Society."
JUL90345: GEORGES BRAQUE. - "Braque. The Papiers Coll┌s. The catalogue of a 1982 exhibition at the Washington National Art Gallery. By Isabelle Monod-Fontaine and E.A.Carmean Jr. and with contributions from Trinkett Clark, Douglas Cooper, Pierre Daix, Edward F.Fry and Alvin Martin."
BC11787: GEORGES BRAQUE - "Sculptures. The catalogue of a 1985 exhibition at Galerie Adrien Maeght, Paris."
ARC91014: "BRASSAĄ, ROBERT DOISNEAU, IZIS BIDERMANAS AND WILLY RONIS" - "contribute typically splendid photographs of the French capital to Paris, an album of photographs."
18216: "BRASSAI, JOHN RUSSELL" - Paris. With 42 photographs by Brassai.
SPE90116: RICHARD BRAUTIGAN - The Hawkline Monster. A Gothic Western.
KP90487: RICHARD BRAUTIGAN - An Unfortunate Woman. A Journey.
18070: JOHN FRANCIS BRAY - A Voyage from Utopia. Edited by M.F.Lloyd-Prichard.
BC11887: WARWICK BRAY - The Gold of Eldorado.
19637: NEVILLE BRAYBROOKE AND SIMON BRETT - Four Poems for Christmas. Verses by Neville Braybrooke with wood engravings by Simon Brett. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC10390: BERNARD SHAW. PATRICK BRAYBROOKE. - The Genius of Bernard Shaw. (INSCRIBED).
ARC91151: GERALD BRENAN - St John of the Cross. His Life and Poetry. With a translation of the poetry by Lynda Nicholson.
13479: "GERALD BRENAN, (WRITING AS ""GEORGE BEATON"")" - Jack Robinson. A Picaresque Novel.
15142: SHERLOCK HOLMES. GAVIN BREND - My Dear Holmes. A Study in Sherlock.
BC12487: HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON - Line by Line. The Drawings of Henri Cartier-Bresson. With a seven-page introduction by Jean Clair and a foreword by John Russell.
ARC91339: SIMON BRETT - So Much Blood. A Crime Novel.
BC13182: SIMON BRETT AND MICHAEL JUSTIN DAVIS - The Way to the Tree of Live. With wood engravings by Simon Brett. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC11331: QUEEN MARY. JEANIE ROSE BREWER. - The Life-Story of Our Gracious Queen Mary.
BC13831: PATRICK O'BRIAN - The Fortune of War. A Jack Aubrey novel.
ARC91611: PATRICK O'BRIAN - The Letter of Marque. An Aubrey / Maturin novel.
ARC90086: PATRICK O'BRIAN. - The Last Pool and other stories.
9922532: PATRICK O'BRIAN - The Yellow Admiral. A Jack Aubrey novel.
BC12336: "DIE BR?CKE / THE BRIDGE. (ERICH HECKEL, ERNST LUDWIG KIRCHNER, KARL SCHMIDT-ROTTLUFF, MAX PECHSTEIN, OTTO MUELLER &C)" - "The catalogue of a 1967-68 exhibition of works by Die Br│cke group at the Br│cke-Museum, Berlin."
ARC90451: ANN BRIDGE. - The Ginger Griffin. A novel.
BC12862: VALERIA BRIDGE - Air Dumplings and Paper Cutlets. A Collection of Poems.
ARC90282: ANN BRIDGE. - Enchanter's Nightshade. A novel. (SIGNED)
18218: ROBERT BRIDGES - Verses Written for Mrs.Daniel. With an introduction by George Gordon and a facsimile of the manuscript verses.
BUL90346: EDNA O'BRIEN. - Returning. Tales.
KP90523: EDNA O'BRIEN - The High Road. A novel.
ARC91551: FLANN O'BRIEN - Stories and Plays. With a dust wrapper design by Ralph Steadman.
ARC90795: FLANN O'BRIEN - The Dalkey Archive
KP90616: EDNA O'BRIEN - contributes the first printing of her short story 'A Scandalous Woman' to the inaugural issue of the periodical The New Review.
ARC91316: FLANN O'BRIEN - Flann O'Brien at War. Edited by John Wyse Jackson and with drawings by Hector McDonnell.
KP90288: EDNA O'BRIEN. - The Light of Evening.
BC13156: EDNA O'BRIEN - A Scandalous Women. Stories.
BC12909: ROBERT BRINGHURST - TzuhalemĂs Mountain. A sonata in three movements. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
19819: GEORG CHRISTOPH LICHTENBERG. CARL BRINITZER - A Reasonable Rebel. Georg Christoph Lichtenberg. Translated from the German by Bernard Smith
BC13520: ANDR? BRINK - The Other Side of Silence. (SIGNED)
19749: ANDRE BRINK - The Wall of the Plague. A novel.
BC12625: ANDR? BRINK - Before I Forget. (SIGNED)
ARC200410007: "JOHN PIPER. BENJAMIN BRITTEN, RONALD DUNCAN, ERIC CROZIER & HENRY BOYS" - The Rape of Lucretia.
FP90020: BENJAMIN BRITTEN AND SIDNEY NOLAN. - "Children's Crusade. A Ballad for Children's voices and orchestra. A limited facsimile edition of the composer's manuscript with music by Benjamin Britten, words by Bertold Brecht and illustrations by Sidney Nolan."
ARC91259: JOHN PIPER. BENJAMIN BRITTEN - The Operas of Benjamin Britten. Edited by David Herbert and with a preface by Peter Pears.
8848: HAROLD BRODKEY - Profane Friendship.
BC13871: WILLIAM BRONK - Careless Love and Its Apostrophes. Poems. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC13870: WILLIAM BRONK - Living Instead. Poems. (SIGNED)
ARC90711: RUPERT BROOKE - "Brooke's poem 'Peace' prefixes the September section (""For the anniversary of war"") of the London Transport Calendar 1940. To which are added statements from the past illustrating the aim and purpose of the English-speaking peoples."
ARC91100: RUPERT BROOKE - John Webster & the Elizabethan Drama.
16219: "RUPERT BROOKE, ARTHUR WAUGH" - Tradition and Change. Studies in Contemporary Literature.
19942: RUPERT BROOKE - The Collected Poems of Rupert Brooke. With a memoir [by Edward Marsh].
ARC91539: JOCELYN BROOKE - The Scapegoat. A novella.
BC12128: RUPERT BROOKE - Song of Love. The Letters of Rupert Brooke and Noel Olivier. Edited by Pippa Harris.
BC12152: RUPERT BROOKE - Rupert Brooke: Four Poems. Drafts and fair copies in the author's hand. With a foreword and introductions by Geoffrey Keynes.
ARC91533: RUPERT BROOKE - The Collected Poems of Rupert Brooke. With a memoir [by Edward Marsh].
BC13254: RUPERT BROOKE - "contributes his poems 'Sonnet', 'A Memory', 'One Day' and 'Mutability' to the first issue of the short-lived periodical New Numbers."
ARC91593: RUPERT BROOKE - "contributes his poems 'Tiare Tahiti', 'Retrospect', 'The Great Lover', 'Waikiki' and 'Hauntings' to the third issue of the short-lived quarterly New Numbers."
ARC90495: JOCELYN BROOKE - The Elements of Death and other poems.
ARC91019: RUPERT BROOKE - "Catalogue of Books and Manuscripts by Rupert Brooke, Edward Marsh and Christopher Hassall. Collected, compiled and annotated by John Schroder. With a frontispiece portrait of Brooke by Joan Hassall, plus eleven plates."
ARC91018: RUPERT BROOKE - Letters from America. With a preface by Henry James and a prefatory note by E[dward] M[arsh].
ARC91387: RUPERT BROOKE - The Complete Poems
ARC91449: RUPERT BROOKE - Grantchester. A Poem.
BC13814: ANITA BROOKNER - A Misalliance. (SIGNED)
15596: HENRY JAMES. VAN WYCK BROOKS - The Pilgrimage of Henry James.
KP90527: BRIGID BROPHY - The Finishing Touch.
BC13711: JOHN BROPHY AND ERIC PARTRIDGE - The Long Trail. What the British Soldier Sung and Said in 1914-1918.
14657: "THE POWYS BROTHERS, LOUIS UMFREVILLE WILKINSON [""LOUIS MARLOW""]" - The Brothers Powys. A Paper.
BC13564: GEORGE MACKAY BROWN - Poems. New and Selected.
BC13565: GEORGE MACKAY BROWN - Fishermen with Ploughs. A Poem Cycle.
18541: CHRISTY BROWN - Background Music. Poems.
BC13566: GEORGE MACKAY BROWN - Water. A five-part poem by Mackay Brown accompanied with a painting and a drawing by Gy¸rgy Gordon.
BC13528: GEORGE MACKAY BROWN - The Fairground Poet. With linocuts by Rosemary Roberts. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC13899: LOUIS MACNEICE. TERENCE BROWN - Louis MacNeice: Sceptical Vision.
BC13556: GEORGE MACKAY BROWN - The Wreck of the Archangel. Poems.
ARC91518: GEORGE MACKAY BROWN - Winterfold. Poems.
18227: ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING - The Greek Christian Poets and the English Poets. Reprinted from 'The Athenaeum'.
16638: ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING - The Earlier Poems 1826-1833. Edited by R.H.Shepherd.
BC13108: ALAN BROWNJOHN - Nineteen Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC11209: ALAN BROWNJOHN. - A Night in the Gazebo. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
ARC90804: ALAN BROWNJOHN - Transformation Scene.
16639: KEVIN BROWNLOW - "9 Dalmuir West. [cover-title]. With photographs by Kevin Brownlow, Prince Marshall & Dennis Gill. (Published in association with the Kevin Brownlow documentary)."
BC12641: "GEORGES BRUYER, GEORGES LEROUX, GEORGES SCOTT AND LUCIEN JONAS" - contribute Great War drawings and paintings (some in colour) to an August 1915 issue of the weekly French newspaper L'illustration.
BC020310001: JEAN DE LA FONTAINE. PAUL EMILE B┌CAT. - Contes. ?dition conforme aux texts originaux ┌stalie par Louis Petrceau.
ARC90318: JOHN BUCHAN. - The Marquis of Montrose.
10053: ARTHUR MACHEN. MITCHELL S.BUCK - Afterglow. Pastels of Greek Egypt 69 B.C. With a preface by Arthur Machen.
99555: TOBIAS SMOLLETT. HOWARD SWAZEY BUCK - "A Study in Smollett, chiefly ""Peregrine Pickle"". With a complete collation of the first and second editions."
10052: ARTHUR MACHEN. MITCHELL S.BUCK - Afterglow. Pastels of Greek Egypt 69 B.C. With a preface by Arthur Machen.
15865: HENRY THOMAS BUCKLE - Essays. With a biographical sketch of the author. With an original photographic portrait of the author as frontispiece.
19483: E.A.WALLIS BUDGE - "The Book of the Dead. The Papyrus of Ani. A Reproduction in Facsimile. Edited, with hieroglyphic transcript, translation and an introduction by Sir E.A.Wallis Budge. (COMPLETE IN TWO VOLUMES)"
BC13109: GERALD BULLETT - Winter Solstice. Poems. (SIGNED)
ARC91251: BASIL BUNTING - Loquitur. Poems.
ARC90864: BASIL BUNTING - A Dog's Nose. Basil Bunting 1900 / 1985.
BC14045: BASIL BUNTING - Collected Poems. (SIGNED)
99123: BASIL BUNTING - The Spoils. A poem.
19811: GEORGE BURCE - Sea Talk. Poems
ARC120309002: ANTHONY BURGESS - The Right to an Answer
ARC91206: ANTHONY BURGESS - The Wanting Seed. A novel.
ARC90988: ANTHONY BURGESS - Ninety-Nine Novels. The Best in English since 1939. A Personal Choice.
19928: ANTHONY BURGESS - "Little Wilson and Big God. Confessions I [and] You've Had Your Time. Confessions II. Burgess' autobiography, complete in two volumes."
BC11973: ANTHONY BURGESS - The Pianoplayers.
ARC90987: ANTHONY BURGESS - The Novel Now. A Student's Guide to Contemporary Fiction.
BC051010001: ANTHONY BURGESS - A Clockwork Orange. A play with music.
BC11972: ANTHONY BURGESS - The Kingdom of the Wicked.
ARC91476: ANTHONY BURGESS - Beds in the East. Volume three of 'The Malayan Trilogy'.
BUL90430: ERIC BURGOYNE - The Tattered Remnants.
ARC90625: THOMAS BURKE - The Flower of Life. A London Tragedy. A novel.
99128: DAVID BURNETT - Fescennines.
BC13110: DAVID BURNETT AND JOAN HASSALL - The Heart's Undesign. Poems. With two wood engravings by Joan Hassall.
BC12824: STANLEY BURNSHAW - A special Stanley Burnshaw double-issue of the periodical Agenda.
SPE90168: WILLIAM BURROUGHS - Mary McCarthy contributes a five-page essay on BurroughĂs 'Naked Lunch' to an issue of the periodical Encounter.
BC14149: WILLIAM S.BURROUGHS - Cities of the Red Night.
BC13315: WILLIAM BURROUGHS - The Naked Lunch.
BC12871: JANET BURROWAY - But to the Season. Poems.
11661: ANTHONY BURTON - The Past at Work. (SIGNED) Published in conjunction with a BBC tv series.
BUL90512: JEFF BURTON - Dreamland. Edited by Neville Wakefield and with an essay by Dave Hickey.
ARC91124: E.MCKNIGHT KAUFFER. ROBERT BURTON (UNDER THE NAME 'DEMOCRITUS JUNIOR'). - "The Anatomy of Melancholy. What is it, with all the kinds, causes, symptoms, prognostickes, & several cures of it. In Three Partitions Philosophically, Philosophically, Medicinally, Historically, opened and cut up. Complete in two volumes."
BUL90600: P.E.BUTCHER - "Skill and Devotion. A Personal Reminiscence of the Famous No. 2 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps. Edited by Peter G.Cooksley and illustrated with photographs."
19377: WILLIAM BLAKE. MARTIN BUTLIN - William Blake (1757-1827). A Catalogue of the Works of William Blake in the Tate Gallery. With an introduction by Anthony Blunt and a foreword by John Rothenstein.
BC13970: WILLIAM BLAKE. MARTIN BUTLIN - "William Blake. A monograph issued on the occasion of a major Tate Gallery exhibition of BlakeĂs paintings, drawings and prints. The Tate Gallery, London"
19927: ALEXANDER POPE. JOHN BUTT - "Pope's Poetical Manuscripts - Warton Lecture on English Poetry, British Academy 1954"
ARC90667: "THE BUTTERFLY. (W.W.JACOBS, ARNOLD GOLDSWORTH, L.GODFREY TURNER, BEATRICE CHAMBERS, L.RAVEN-HILL, EDGAR WILSON &C)." - The fourth and final issue The Butterfly. A Humorous and Artistic Periodical.
991064: MARY BUTTS - Scenes from the Life of Cleopatra.
BC11281: MARY BUTTS - The Macedonian.
ARC90427: A.S.BYATT. - Wordsworth and Coleridge in their Time. With photographs.
IMM90053: DOUGLAS BYNG AND CLARKE HUTTON - Byng Ballads. With delightful colour and line illustrations by Clarke Hutton.
18237: WITTER BYNNER - Tiger.
ARC91229: CATHAL O'BYRNE - The Grey Feet of the Wind. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
ARC90992: SHELL GUIDE. ROBERT BYRON - "Shell Guide to Wiltshire. A Series of Views of Castles, Seats of the Nobility, Mines, Picturesque Scenery, Towns, Public Buildings, Churches, Antiques &c. Edited by Robert Byron."
ARC91565: ROBERT BYRON - The Road to Oxiana.
ARC91011: ROBERT BYRON - How we Celebrate the Coronation. A Word to London's Visitors.
19544: CLIVE BELL. WILLIAM G.BYWATER JR. - Clive Bell's Eye.
BUL90486: TERRY PRATCHETT. CRAIG CABELL - Terry Pratchett. The Spirit of Fantasy. The Life and Work of the Man Behind the Magic.
JUL90344: GEORGES BRAQUE. ROBERT C.CAFRITZ. - George Braque. A monograph. Edited by Jan Lancester and with an essay by Duncan Phillips
BUL90262: JAMES CAGNEY - Cagney by Cagney. An autobiography.
ARC90428: JAMES M.CAIN. - Three of a Kind. Three novellas.
ARC100310011: EDGAR WALLACE. SCOTT CALDER - Tam o' the Scouts. With illustrations by Scott Calder.
15416: ALEXANDER CALDER - Sculpture of the 1970s. Catalogue of an exhibition. With many plates.
16647: ERSKINE CALDWELL - A House in the Uplands.
BC11586: ERSKINE CALDWELL. - Tragic Ground. A novel.
9922417: NORMAN CAMERON - The Collected Poems of Norman Cameron 1905-1953. With a lengthy introduction by Robert Graves.
BC12396: DONALD CAMERON. - Sons of El Dorado. Venezuelan Adventure. With drawings by Peter Edwards.
ARC90877: EDWARD THOMAS. KATHERINE CAMERON - The Flowers I Love. An anthology of flower poems selected by Edward Thomas and accompanied by a series of twenty-four drawings in colour by Katherine Cameron
BC11544: ROY CAMPBELL. - The Selected Poems of Roy Campbell. Chosen and with an introduction by Peter Alexander. .
ARC90978: ROY CAMPBELL - The Wayzgoose. A South African Satire.
991668: "ROY CAMPBELL (LAWRENCE DURRELL, RICHARD ALDINGTON, WYNDHAM LEWIS, ALAN PATON, EDITH SITWELL, HENRI CHABROL &C.)" - "Hommage a Roy Campbell. Choix de poemes, traduits par Armand Guibert. (Text in French). With illustrations."
19943: ROY CAMPBELL - The Flaming Terrapin. A poem. With a frontispiece by John Austen.
14385: ROY CAMPBELL - The Flaming Terrapin. A poem. With a frontispiece by John Austen.
ARC91388: ROY CAMPBELL - Poems. (SIGNED LIMTED EDITION)
BC13532: CHRISTY CAMPBELL - Band of Brigands. The First Men in Tanks.
BC13075: ROY CAMPBELL - Collected Poems. (INSCRIBED)
99131: ROY CAMPBELL - Mithraic Emblems. Poems.
EVES9059: ALBERT CAMUS - contributes the first English appearance of his fourteen-page essay 'Art and Revolt' to an issue of the literary periodical Partisan Review.
ARC90838: TRUMAN CAPOTE - Breakfast at Tiffany's.
13068: TRUMAN CAPOTE - "Conversations with Capote. Edited by Lawrence Grobel, with a foreword by James A.Michener."
ARC91619: TRUMAN CAPOTE. - Other Voices Other Rooms. A novel.
19812: ROSA NOUCHETTE CAREY - "The Old, Old Story."
BC170610003: PETER CAREY - The Tax Inspector. (SIGNED)
BC10354: PETER CAREY. - Illywhacker. (INSCRIBED)
SPE90117: PETER CAREY - Oscar and Lucinda. (SIGNED)
BC11391: ANTHONY CARO. - New Sculptures. A survey. The catalogue of an exhibition.
BC10284: ANTHONY CARO - Sculpture Towards Architecture. The catalogue of a 1991-2 exhibition at the Tate Gallery. With a lengthy essay A Sense of Architecture: The Sculpture of Anthony Caro by Paul Moorhouse.
19418: HENRY WILLIAMSON. SUE CARON. - A Glimpse of Ancient Sunlight. Memories of Henry Williamson. With a foreword and notes by Brocard Sewell.
ANN90008: MATTHEW CARR - Matthew Carr. The catalogue of a 2011 memorial exhibition.
ADAMS015: JOHN LE CARR?. - The Honourable Schoolboy. With illustrations by Ben F.Wohlberg.
BC12350: J.L.CARR - "What Hetty Did, or Life and Letters. (SIGNED)"
ARC91131: J.L.CARR. - A Month in the Country.
19907: J.L.CARR - The Battle of Pollocks Crossing.
ARC90561: J.L.CARR. - The First Saturday in May. An Echo of A Shropshire Lad. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
KP90255: J.L.CARR. - A Season in Sinji. A novel.
ARC91386: J.L.CARR - A Month in the Country. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
ARC91609: JOHN LE CARR? - Smiley's People.
RM90006: JOHN LE CARR? - Our Game.
ADAMS021: JOHN LE CARR?. - "The Clandestine Muse. The G.Harry Prouder Memorial Lecture delivered by John Le Carr┌ at Johns Hopkins University on May 20, 1986. (SIGNED)"
BC13691: CHARLES CARRINGTON - Soldier from the Wars Returning.
ARC91580: NOEL CARRINGTON - Design in Modern Life.
ARC90693: LEWIS CARROLL - The Hunting of the Snark. An Agony in Eight Fits. With illustrations by Henry Holt.
16235: LEWIS CARROLL - Novelty and Romancement. A story originally printed in 'The Train' in 1856 and hitherto unpublished in bookform. With an introduction by Randolph Edgar.
KP90158: LEWIS CARROLL. - The Hunting of the Snark. An Agony in Eight Fits. With nine illustrations by Henry Holiday.
ARC91099: LEWIS CARROLL - "The Lewis Carroll Picture Book. A Selection from the Unpublished Writings and Drawings of Lewis Carroll, Together with Reprints from Scarce and Unacknowledged Work. Edited by Stuart Dodgson Collingwood (Carroll's nephew)."
BUL90543: LEWIS CARROLL - "The Wasp in a Wig. With a preface, introduction and notes by Martin Gardner."
12258: ADAM CARSE - The Orchestra in the XVIIIth Century.
19769: SEBASTIAN CARTER - Twentieth Century Type Designers.
ARC91537: ANGELA CARTER - Shadow Dance
BC13815: ANGELA CARTER - Love. A novel.
BC12344: ORLANDO JEWITT. HARRY CARTER - Orlando Jewitt.
BC12283: ANGELA CARTER - contributes excerpts from a work-in-progress entitled 'The Fall River Axe Murders' to an issue of the periodical Stand Magazine.
BC13817: RAYMOND CARVER - Call If You Need Me. The Uncollected Fiction and Prose. Edited by William L.Stull and with a foreword by Tess Gallagher
BC13816: RAYMOND CARVER - Elephant and other stories.
KP90183: JOYCE CARY. - A special Joyce Cary issue of the periodical Modern Fiction Studies. A Critical Quarterly. Edited by James B.Meriwether.
9551: SEAN O'CASEY - Rose and Crown. Autobiography.
16429: SEAN O'CASEY - Within the Gates. A Play of Four Scenes in a London Park.
BC13406: CARLOS CASTANEDA - Journey to Ixtlan. The Lessons of Don Juan.
ARC90583: WILLA SIBERT CATHER - Alexander's Bridges.
13492: CHARLES CAUSLEY - Johnny Alleluia. Poems.
BC13730: HUGH CECIL AND PETER H.LIDDLE - "At the Eleventh Hour. Reflections, Hopes and Anxieties at the Closing of the Great War, 1918. Edited by Hugh Cecil and Peter H.Liddle."
19753: JANE AUSTEN. DAVID CECIL - A Portrait of Jane Austen
GAM00248: MAX BEERBOHM. DAVID CECIL. - Max. A biography.
19353: GREAT WAR CEMETERIES. - "Their Name Liveth. Some Pictures of Commonwealth War Cemeteries 1914-1918 and 1939-1945. Volume VI, Part I."
19350: GREAT WAR CEMETERIES. - "Their Name Liveth. Some Pictures of Commonwealth War Cemeteries 1914-1918 and 1939-1945. Volume III, Part I."
19349: GREAT WAR CEMETERIES. - "Their Name Liveth. Some Pictures of Commonwealth War Cemeteries 1914-1918 and 1939-1945. Volume II, Part III."
BC12495: JAVIER CERCAS - The Anatomy of a Moment. Translated from the Spanish of 'AnatomŢa de un instante' by Anne McLean.
BC11532: MICHAEL CHABON. - The Yiddish Policemen's Union.
BC12916: MARC CHAGALL. - "Chagall by Chagall. With an introduction by the artist, edited by Charles Sorlier and translated from the French by John Shepley."
15425: "MARC CHAGALL, COLLISTER HUTCHISON" - Toward Daybreak. Poems. With a preface by Jules Romains and four drawings by Marc Chagall.
99145: SOMERSET DE CHAIR - The Millennium and Other Poems.
BC12296: SOMERSET DE CHAIR. (T.E.LAWRENCE INTEREST) - The Golden Carpet.
17711: RAYMOND CHANDLER - Selected Letters of Raymond Chandler. Edited by Frank MacShane.
KP90384: RAYMOND CHANDLER - Raymond Chandler Speaking. Edited by Dorothy Gardiner and Katherine Sorley Walker.
KP90383: RAYMOND CHANDLER - Killer in the Rain. With an introduction by Paul Durham.
ARC90099: RAYMOND CHANDLER. - Playback.
ARC91538: JUNG CHANG - Wild Swans. Three Daughters of China. (INSCRIBED)
BC13692: GUY CHAPMAN - A Kind of Survivor. The Autobiography of Guy Chapman.
BUL90233: EDWARD ARDIZZONE. JEAN CHAPMAN. - Do You Remember What Happened. With illustrations by Edward Ardizzone.
BUL90389: FRANK M.CHAPMAN. - The Distribution of Bird-Life in Ecuador. A Contribution to a Study of the Origin of Andean Bird Life. Issued as volume LV of the Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History.
BC12861: TONY CHARLES - The Bear and Ragged Staff. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
BC13732: PETER CHASSEAUD AND PETER DOYLE - "Grasping Gallipoli. Terrain, Maps and Failure at the Dardanelles, 1915."
14390: "THOMAS CHATTERTON, BERTRAND BRONSON" - Thomas Chatterton. An essay. Reprinted from 'The Age of Johnson. Essays Presented to Chauncey Brewster Tinker'.
BC12230: BRUCE CHATWIN - contributes his essay 'The Perils of Israeli Settlement' to an April 1978 issue of the arts and current affairs weekly Spectator.
KP90390: BRUCE CHATWIN - "Under the Sun. The Letters of Bruce Chatwin. Selected and edited by Elizabeth Chatwin and Nicholas Shakespeare, who also provides a thirteen-page introduction."
ARC90662: BRUCE CHATWIN - Photographs and Notebooks. With an introduction by Francis Wyndham.
ARC91134: BRUCE CHATWIN - The Viceroy of Ouidah.
BC13606: BRUCE CHATWIN - On the Black Hill.
BC12228: BRUCE CHATWIN - contributes to Ivory Hammer 4. The Year at Sotheby's & Parke Bernet. THE AUTHOR'S FIRST APPEARANCE IN PRINT.
19802: ROCKWELL KENT. GEOFFREY CHAUCER - Canterbury Tales. Rendered into Modern English by J.U.Nicilson. With illustrations by Rockwell Kent and an Introduction by Gordon Hall Gerould
BC11975: KELLY CHERRY - Lovers and Agnostics. (SIGNED)
991680: G.K.CHESTERTON - Essays Of To-Day and Yesterday
99803: "G.K.CHESTERTON, REV.WILLIAM T.SCOTT" - Chesterton and Other Essays.
19932: G.K.CHESTERTON - "Wine, Water and Song. Poems"
13785: G.K.CHESTERTON - The Secret of Father Brown.
19899: CURWEN PRESS. SANDRO CHIA - The Draught of Dr Jekyll. An Essay on the Work of Sandro Chia. Published on the occasion of the Italian artist's first exhibition in London.
19849: R.J.CHILDERHOSE AND MARJ TRIM. - Pacific Salmon and Steelhead Trout
ARC90482: RICHARD CHOPPING. - Mister Postlethwaite's Reindeer and other stories. With illustrations by the author.
19161: RUPERT CHRISTIANSEN - Romantic Affinities. Portraits from an Age: 1780-1830. With illustrations.
ARC91552: AGATHA CHRISTIE (WRITING AS 'MARY WESTMACOTT'). - Giant's Bread
BUL90051: AGATHA CHRISTIE. - Ordeal by Innocence.
ARC90963: JOHN CHRISTOPHER - The Death of Grass.
BC11372: JOHN CHRISTOPHER. - The Possessors.
19886: RICHARD CHURCH AND MICHAEL AYRTON - North of Rome. Poems. With decorations by Michael Ayrton.
ARC91166: RICHARD CHURCH - Philip and other poems.
99136: RICHARD CHURCH - The Dream and Other Poems.
99137: RICHARD CHURCH - Theme with Variation.
18249: ALLEN CHURCHILL - "The Literary Decade. [A Panarama of the Writers, Publishers, and Litterateurs of the 1920's]."
ARC91450: WINSTON CHURCHILL - What kind of a people do they think we are? Two Historic Speeches.
BUL90575: CARYL CHURCHILL - Fen.
ARC91415: TOM CLANCY - The Hunt for Red October.
DAN90004: KENNETH CLARK - Landscape into Art.
BC13084: LEONARD CLARK - The Mirror and other poems. With an introduction by Walter de la Mare. (INSCRIBED)
19897: RONALD W.CLARK - A Biography of the Nuffield Foundation
BC11916: LEONARD CLARK - Selected Poems 1940-1957. (INSCRIBED)
DZY201009001: BARRETT H.CLARK - The Blush of Shame. A few Considerations on verbal Obscenity in the Theatre. (INSCRIBED)
BC14130: ARTHUR C.CLARKE - 2001. A Space Odyssey. A novel based on the screenplay by Stanley Kubrick and Arthur C.Clarke.
19729: AUSTIN CLARKE - The Sword of the West. Poems.
RB90070: AUSTIN CLARKE - Flight to Africa and other poems.
RB90071: AUSTIN CLARKE - Old-Fashioned Pilgrimage and other poems.
BUL90004: ARTHUR C.CLARKE - Prelude to Space.
BC13563: AUSTIN CLARKE - Old-Fashioned Pilgrimage and other poems.
BC13395: LINDSAY CLARKE - Alice's Masque. (SIGNED)
BUL90505: GRAHAM CLARKE - Graham Clarke's Kent. (INSCRIBED)
ARC90751: TUBBY CLAYTON - "Happy Returns. A Tribute in Pictures to 'Tubby' on his Seventieth Birthday. 12 December, 1955."
19880: EDWARD BOOTH-CLIBBORN. - "European Photography 1982. The second annual of European editorial, book, poster, advertising and unpublished photography. Edited by Edward Booth-Clibborn."
BUL90347: BILL CLINTON. - President Clinton's Legacy to Africa. Written by Sharolyn Rosier Hyson in collaboration with Alhaji Bamanga and Dr. Erieka Bennett. (SIGNED AND INSCRIBED)
BUL90253: CLOCKS. - Time Measuring Instruments from The Time Museum. The catalogue of a 1988 Christie's sale auction. With an introduction by Anthony Turner.
991071: EDWARD CLODD - Memories.
BUL90081: SHELAGH CLUETT. - "Sculpture. The catalogue on a 1982 exhibition at the Nicola Jacobs Gallery, London."
BUL90301: ALICE M.COATS. - The Travels of Maurice. Beautifully illustrated in colour throughout by the author.
BUL90338: C.COCHRANE. - The Lost Roads of Wessex.
19814: JEAN COCTEAU. - Les Enfants Terrible
16656: JEAN COCTEAU - "The Infernal Machine. A play. Translated, with an introductory essay, by Carl Wildman."
EVES9060: JEAN COCTEAU - contributes his drawing 'Nijinsky Backstage after the Spectre de la Rose' to an issue of the quarterly periodical The Horn and Hound.
BC12518: J.M.COETZEE - Inner Workings. Literary Essays 2000-2005. With an introduction by Derek Armitage.
SPE90003: J.M.COETZEE. - Disgrace.
JH900004: ISAAC ROSENBERG. JOSEPH COHEN. - Journey to the Trenches. The Life of Isaac Rosenberg 1890-1918.
BC14093: LEONARD COHEN - The Favorite Game. A novel.
ARC90913: ISAAC ROSENBERG. JOSEPH COHEN - Journey to the Trenches. The Life of Isaac Rosenberg 1890-1918.
BUL90133: COLETTE. - Claudine at School. Translated from the French by Antonia White.
14404: "COLETTE, [COLETTE WILLY] MARGARET CROSLAND" - Madame Colette. A Provincial in Paris. With illustrations.
BC10374: COLETTE. - Letters from Colette. Selected and translated by Robert Phelps.
ARC91494: COLETTE - "Ripening Seed. Translated from the French of ""Le Bl┌ en Herbe"" by Roger Senhouse."
19863: SOTHEBY. THE MAJOR J.R.ABBEY COLLECTION. - A catalogue of Valuable Printed Books and Fine Bindings from the celebrated collection. The property of Major J.R.Abbey.
ARC91634: CECIL COLLINS - The Vision of the Fool.
IMM90017: THOMAS HARDY. VERE H.COLLINS - Talks with Thomas Hardy at Max Gate 1920-1922.
10865: WILLIAM COLLINS - Drafts & Fragments of Verse. Edited from the manuscripts by J.S.Cunningham.
BC14061: WREY GARDINER. CECIL COLLINS. - The Gates of Silence. Poems. With two splendid drawings by Cecil Collins.
BC13936: CECIL COLLINS. JUDITH COLLINS - Cecil Collins. The catalogue of a 1989 Tate Gallery retrospective exhibition.
19949: JOHN STEWART COLLIS - The Carlyles. A Biography of Thomas and John Carlyle. (WITH ALs)
16661: PADRAIC COLUM - Three Men. A story. (SIGNED)
BC13129: PADRAIC COLUM - Images of Departure. Poems.
16662: ALEX COMFORT - On This Side Nothing.
BC11688: ALEX COMFORT - Elegies
19298: PIERRE COMMOY AND GILLES BLANCHARD. - Pierre et Gilles. Published to accompany an exhibition at the New York's New Museum of Contemporary Art. With a foreword by Lisa Phillips and a lengthy introductory essay by Dan Cameron.
BC12076: MARC CHAGALL. SUSAN COMPTON - Chagall. The catalogue of a 1985 exhibition at The Royal Academy of Arts.
BUL90241: MICHAEL CONEY. - The Ultimate Jungle.
FP90008: WILLIAM CONGREVE. - "A programme for John GielgudĂs 1944 production of William CongreveĂs Love for Love produced at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket."
BC13693: BILLY CONGREVE - Armageddon Road. A VC's Diary 1914-1916. Edited by Terry Norman.
BC12447: FRANCISCO GOYA. EVAN S.CONNELL. - Francisco Goya. A Life.
19198: BRIAN CONNELL - The Plains of Abraham.
KP90184: CYRIL CONNOLLY - contributes his eighteen-page article 'England My Not My England' to an issue of the periodical Life and Letters. Edited by Desmond MacCarthy
KP90185: CYRIL CONNOLLY - contributes his seven-page story 'Conversations in Berlin' to an issue of the periodical Life and Letters. Edited by Desmond MacCarthy.
ARC90172: CYRIL CONNOLLY. - The Rock Pool.
ARC90739: CYRIL CONNOLLY - "The Modern Movement. One Hundred Key Books from England, France and America 1880-1950. With a bibliography of English and French editions by G.D.E.Soar."
15843: FRANK O'CONNOR - More Stories.
RB90092: FRANK O'CONNOR - A Picture Book by Frank O'Connor. Illustrated by Elizabeth Rivers.
RB90094: FRANK O'CONNOR - The Road to Stratford.
ARC91613: JOHN O'CONNOR - "Canals, Barges and People. With superb colour engravings by the author."
ARC91187: FLANNERY O'CONNOR - Mystery and Manners. Occasional Prose. Selected and edited by Sally and Robert Fitzgerald.
ARC291110010: JOSEPH CONRAD. - Within the Tides. Tales.
17113: JOSEPH CONRAD - Letters to William Blackwood and David S.Meldrum. Edited by William Blackburn.
19933: JOSEPH CONRAD. - Tales of Hearsay. With a foreword by R.B.Cunninghame Graham.
KP90240: JOSEPH CONRAD. - The Arrow of Gold. A Story Between Two Notes.
BC13428: TONY CONRAN (WRITING AS 'ANTHONY CONRAN') - Stelae and other poems.
BC11978: PAT CONROY - The Prince of Tides.
19545: OLD CONTEMPTIBLES - Honours and Awards of the Old Contemptibles. The Officers and Men of the British Army and Navy Mentioned in Despatches 1914-1915.
14873: RUPERT CROFT-COOKE - The Numbers Came.
10873: RUPERT CROFT-COOKE - The White Mountain.
BUL90315: P.G.COOLE AND E.NAUMANN. - The Orpheus Clocks.
99095: A.J.COOMBES - Some Australian Poets.
BC13717: REVEREND J.O.COOP. - "The Story of the 55th (West Lancashire) Division. With photographs and maps, some folding."
BC12617: PATRICK LEIGH FERMOR. ARTEMIS COOPER - Patrick Leigh Fermor. An Adventure. (SIGNED)
16671: WILLIAM COOPER - The Ever-Interesting Topic.
15330: EDWARD ARDIZZONE. DOUGLAS COOPER & C.DENIS FREEMAN - The Road to Bordeaux. [With drawings by Edward Ardizzone].
BC12644: WENDY COPE - Family Values. Poems. (SIGNED)
BC13112: WENDY COPE - The River Girl. With illustrations by Nicholas Garland. (INSCRIBED)
BC13944: A.E.COPPARD - Pink Furniture. A Tale for Lovely Children with Nobel Natures. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
BC13614: A.E.COPPARD. - The Collected Poems of A.E.Coppard.
BC13106: WEDDY COPY - Serious Concerns. (INSCRIBED)
ARC91207: LE CORBUSIER AND FRANCOIS DE PIERREFEU - The Home of Man. Translated from the French of 'La Maison des Hommes' by Clive Entwistle and Gordon Holt.
BC13130: HERBERT CORBY - Time in a Blue Prison. (INSCRIBED)
99141: HERBERT CORBY - Hampdens Going Over. (INSCRIBED)
19792: PHILIP CORE - Paintings 1975-1985. With an introduction by George Melly
ARC91603: BERNARD CORNWELL - "Sharpe's Regiment. Richard Sharpe and the Invasion of France, June to November 1813."
ARC91604: BERNARD CORNWELL - "Sharpe's Siege. Richard Sharpe and the Winter Campaign, 1814."
ARC91475: BERNARD CORNWELL - "Sharpe's Regiment. Richard Sharpe and the Invasion of France, Jun to November 1813. (INSCRIBED)"
BC14165: CORONATION - "Official Programme of the Coronation Tattoo, Aldershot in aid of Military Charitable Funds. Held at Rushmoor, Aldershot June 10th, 11th, 12th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th 1937. Produced by the Officers of the Aldershot and Eastern Commands under the G"
BC13733: GORDON CORRIGAN - "Mud, Blood and Poppycock. (SIGNED)"
BC14179: COUNT EGON CAESAR CORTI - A History of Smoking. Translated from the German by Paul England.
GAM00272: BARON CORVO - contributes his prose piece 'Stories Toto Told Me' to an issue of the periodical The Butterfly. No. 6
ARC91421: FREDERICK ROLFE / BARON CORVO - Hubert's Arthur. Being Certain Curious Documents Found Among the Literary Remains of Mr. N.C. With an introduction by A.J.A.Symons.
EVES9065: COTERIE. - "A complete run of this influential but short-lived arts and letters quarterly, complete in seven volumes (including one double-issue). Edited by Chaman Lall and later Russell Green, and with the editorial committee including T.S.Eliot, Richard Aldington, "
BC13105: JOHN COTTON - Catullus at Sirmio. A poems with drawings by Jack Yates. (SIGNED)
BC100810002: H.E.BATES. ARTHUR QUILLER-COUCH. - The Oxford Book of English Prose. Chosen and Edited by Arthur Quiller-Couch
BC12030: ANTHONY J.COULSON - A Bibliography of Design in Britain 1851-1970. (SIGNED)
BC12674: DOUGLAS COUPLAND - Generation A. (INSCRIBED)
19848: EDOUARD MANET. PIERRE COURTHION - Edouard Manet. A monograph.
ARC90699: NOEL COWARD - Present Indicative.
IMM90010: NOEL COWARD - Present Indicative
18958: ADRIAN COWELL - The Heart of the Forest. (Through innermost Brazil). With photographs.
ARC91546: MORRIS COX - The Whirligig and other poems. With a handsome unaccredited dust wrapper design by the author.
ARC91582: EDWARD ARDIZZONE. GEORGE CRABBE. - The Library. A poem. With a title page decoration and eleven drawings in black and white by Ardizzone (credited as 'E.J.I.Ardizzone').
BUL90092: JIM CRACE. - Continent.
ARC90520: JIM CRACE. - Continent.
16674: "HUBERT CRACKANTHORPE, DAVID CRACKANTHORPE" - Hubert Crackanthorpe and English Realism in the 1890s. With illustrations.
BUL90399: TONY CRAGG. - "New Works. Taurus, Ferryman, Turbo."
RM90002: ROBERT CRAIS - Stalking the Angel.
BC11506: J.G.FARRELL. RALPH CRANE AND JENNIFER LIVETT. - Troubled Pleasures: The Fiction of J.G.Farrell.
16988: "AIMEE CRANE, (EDITOR)" - "G.I.Sketch Book. Over 100 plates, several in colour."
17119: HART CRANE - The Letters of Hart Crane 1916-1932. Edited by Brom Weber.
ARC90472: STEPHEN CRANE. - Whilomville Stories. With illustrations by Peter Newell.
BC13544: ROBERT CRAWFORD - Talkies. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
15014: R.W.KETTON-CREMER - Norfolk Assembly.
19620: QUENTIN CREWE - Letters from India. (SIGNED)
BC13818: MICHAEL CRICHTON - The Great Train Robbery. A novel.
BC13889: QUENTIN CRISP - Resident Alien. The New York Diaries. Edited with an introduction by Donald Carroll. (SIGNED)
BC12265: EDMUND CRISPIN - The Moving Toyshop. A Detective Story.
BC12264: EDMUND CRISPIN - Holy Disorders.
ARC91241: FREEMAN WILLS CROFTS - The Cask.
ARC90785: FREEMAN WILLS CROFTS - Death of a Train. An Inspector French Detective story.
19898: HELEN CROMIE. - Ruth Erford's April Days
MA90006: RICHMAL CROMPTON - The Thorn Bush. Volume three of the Wilding Family trilogy.
18960: VINCENT CRONIN - The Last Migration.
ARC90601: T.W.H.CROSLAND (PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY) - "War Poems by ""X""."
99496: LEIGH HUNT. LAUNCELOT CROSS. - "Characteristics of Leigh Hunt. As exhibited in that Typical Literary Periodical ""Leigh Hunt's London Journal"" 1834-35."
BUL90303: SYLVIA CROWE AND SHEILA HAYWOOD. - "The Gardens of Mughul India. A History and a Guide. With text by Sylvia Crowe and Sheila Haywood, photographs and research by Susan Jellice and plans and maps by Gordon Patterson."
BC13682: BRIGADIER-GENERAL F.P.CROZIER. - The Men I Killed.
17731: "GEORGE CRUIKSHANK, RUARI MCLEAN" - George Cruikshank. His Life and Work as a Book Illustrator. With over 50 pages of illustrations.
BC14184: JAMES CRUMLEY - Dancing Bear. (SIGNED)
BC13905: E.E.CUMMINGS - A special e.e.cummings issue of the periodical Journal of Modern Literature.
EVES9035: E.E.CUMMINGS - "contributes three untitled poems which begin ""when hair falls off"", ""a clown's smirk"", and ""touching you I say"", to an issue of the periodical This Quarter. Edited by Edward W.Titus."
18257: IMOGEN CUNNINGHAM - "Imogen! Photographs 1910-1973. 75 full-page photographs, with an introduction by Margery Mann. Published in conjunction with an exhibition."
15280: R.N.CURREY - Poets of the 1939-1945 War.
18258: "HAROLD CURWEN, HERBERT SIMON" - Harold Curwen. The Careful Printer. An address delivered at the 219th dinner of The Double Crown Club.
18049: "M.NANCY CUTT, (MRS.SHERWOOD)" - Mrs. Sherwood and her Books for Children. With facsimile reproductions of two of them.
BC12558: REUVAN DAFNI AND YEHUDIT KLEIMAN (EDIT) - Final Letters from Victims of the Holocaust. Selected by Reuvan Dafni and Yehudit Kleiman and with a foreword by Chaim Herzog.
RM90005: ROALD DAHL. - The BFG. With illustrations by Quentin Blake. (UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY)
18962: EDWARD DAHLBERG - From Flushing to Calvary.
BC12956: PETER DALE - Earth Light.
15458: GLYN DANIEL - Writing for Antiquity. Selected editorial essays from 'Antiquity'. With an introduction by Philip Howard and illustrations.
BUL90365: GEORGE DANNETT. - A Lifetime of Art. The catalogue of an exhibition held three months after the St. Ives artist's death.
GAM00247: MAX BEERBOHM. LAWRENCE DANSON. - Max Beerbohm and the Act of Writing.
14154: ADAM DARIUS - Dance Naked in the Sun. A Confessional. With a foreword by Ram Gopal and many illustrations.
16543: GEORGE DARLEY - "Sylvia, or The May Queen. A Lyrical Drama. With a lengthy biographical sketch John H.Ingram."
BC13721: JOSEPH DARRACOTT AND BELINDA LOFTUS - First World War Posters.
ARC91365: W.A.DWIGGINS. ALPHONSE DAUDET - "Tartarin of Tarascon. Designed and with illustrations by W.A.Dwigins, and translated from the French and with an introduction by Jacques le Clercq. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)"
GAM00158: STEPHEN SPENDER. HUGH DAVID. - Stephen Spender. A Portrait with Background.
BC14161: RANDALL THOMAS DAVIDSON - Quit You Like Men. Sermons in Time of War.
AA90010: IAN DAVIE. - Aviator Loquitur and other poems including a Christmas Devotion.
AA90015: IAN DAVIE. - A Theology of Speech. An Essay in Philosophical Theology.
AA90012: IAN DAVIE. - Piers Prodigal and other poems. With a two-page foreword by Siegfried Sassoon who arranged for the publication of these verses.
AA90014: IAN DAVIE. - Roman Pentecost. Poems
AA90013: IAN DAVIE. - Roman Pentecost. Poems (SIGNED)
BC12965: DONALD DAVIE - In the Stopping Train and other poems.
BC13236: DONALD DAVIE - Brides of Reason. Poems.
BC13085: IAN DAVIE - Angkor Apparent. With illustrations by Rosemary Roberts and a four-page preface by the author. (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)
EVES9021: FANTASY PRESS. DONALD DAVIE. - [Poems]. The Fantasy Poets Number Nineteen
ARC90947: ROBERTSON DAVIES - "The Deptford Trilogy. Complete in three volumes comprising Fifth Business, The Manticore, and World of Wonders. (ONE VOLUME SIGNED)"
BC12433: RONALD SEARLE. RUSSELL DAVIES - Ronald Searle. A biography.
BC12315: ROBERTSON DAVIES - The Cunning Man. (SIGNED)
16676: RHYS DAVIES - The Dark Daughters.
ARC91377: ROBERTSON DAVIES - The Table Talk of Samuel Marchbanks. With illustrations by Clair Stewart.
BC13292: ROBERTSON DAVIES - One Half of Robertson Davies.
KP90596: W.H.DAVIES AND WILLIAM NICHOLSON - Moss and Feather. An Ariel Poem. With drawings by William Nicholson. Faber
19439: ROBERTSON DAVIES - "The Salterton Trilogy. Complete in three volumes comprising Tempest-Tost, Leaven of Malice and A Mixture of Frailties."
19683: LINDA DAVIES - Nest of Vipers
BC13859: ROBERTSON DAVIES - "The Cornish Trilogy. Complete in three volumes comprising ""The Rebel Angels"", ""What's Bred in the Bone"" [and] ""The Lyre of Orpheus""."
BC13290: ROBERTSON DAVIES - The Table Talk of Samuel Marchbanks. With illustrations by Clair Stewart and a foreword by Sir Norman Birkett.
JH00048: RHYS DAVIS - contributes the story 'Canute' to an issue of the periodical The Welsh Review. Edited by Gwyn Jones.
DZY151009010: ANONYMONS. [AGNES MAUD DAVIS] - "A Book With Seven Seals. With a foreword by The Rt. Hon. Stanley Baldwin, M.P."
ARC140910005: LINDSEY DAVIS - The Silver Pigs. A Falco novel.
BC020210002: MALCOLM LOWRY. DOUGLAS DAY. - Malcolm Lowry. A Biography
BC12940: DAVID DAY - Brass Rubbings. Poems.
SPE90060: NICK DEAR. - Power. (INSCRIBED)
JH900030: GEOFFREY DEARMER. - A Pilgrim's Song. Selected Poems to mark the Poet's 100th Birthday. Compiled by Laurence Cotterell and with a foreword by Jon Stallworthy.
19299: GEOFFREY DEARMER. - A Pilgrim's Song. Selected Poems to Mark the Poet's 100th Birthday. Compiled by Laurence Cotterell and with a foreword by Jon Stallworthy.
BC13140: PAUL DEHN - The Day's Alarm. Poems. (INSCRIBED)
9922505: OLIVIA MANNING. LEN DEIGHTON. - My Husband Cartwright. With drawings by Len Deighton.
19730: LEN DEIGHTON - XPD. A novel.
ARC90972: LEN DEIGHTON - Pests. A play in three acts.
ARC91344: LEN DEIGHTON - Only When I Larf. A novel.
BC12224: LEN DEIGHTON - An Expensive Place to Die.
JT9021: EUG?NE DELACROIX. - The Massacre of Chios. With an essay by Paul-Henri Michel.
ARC91602: RUPERT BROOKE. PAUL DELANY - The Neo-Pagans. Friendship and Love in the Rupert Brooke Circle.
RB90040: GEORGE GISSING. PAUL DELANY - George Gissing. A Life.
19820: BERTIN DENEIRE - A Peace of Flanders. (INSCRIBED). Talbot House 1915 - ?. A Personal Story
39838: GREG DENING. - "Mr Bligh's Bad Language. Passion, Power and Theatre on The Bounty"
GAM00237: MAX BEERBOHM. ALAN DENT. - Preludes and Studies. With a two-page prefatory letter from Sir Max Beerbohm.
BC14142: MAYA DEREN - Divine Horsemen. The Living Gods of Haiti.
JUL90417: SUSAN DERGES AND GARRY FABIAN MILLER. - Elective Affinities: Susan Derges and Garry Fabian Miller. With an introduction by Mark Haworth-Booth.
ARC90697: MAHATMA GANDHI. KANU DESAI - Mahatma Gandhi. Sketches in Pen Pencil and Brush by Kanu Desai with an essay by Verrier Elwin.
BC12647: ANITA DESAI - "Fasting, Feasting. A novel. (SIGNED)"
BC13886: KIRAN DESAI - The Inheritance of Loss. A novel.
19663: VIRGINIA WOOLF. LOUISE DESALVO - Virginia Woolf .The Impact of Childhood Sexual Abuse on her Life and Work.
JH011209028: JANE AUSTEN. D.D.DEVLIN - Jane Austen and Education.
19369: BRIAN COFFEY. DENIS DEVLIN. - Denis Devlin: Poet of Distance. An essay from 'Irish Literary Studies 1'. Edited by Andrew Carpenter. (INSCRIBED)
18900: SHIRLEY SPAULDING DEVOE - English Papier Mache of the Georgian and Victorian Periods. With nearly 200 plates of illustrations.
ARC91523: SERGEI DIAGHILEV - "The Diaghilev Exhibition. The catalogue of the 1954 exhibition brought to LondonĂs Forbes House from the Edinburgh Festival by Richard Buckle, who writes the introduction."
BC10365: MICHAEL DIBDIN. - Blood Rain. An Aurelio Zen mystery.
ARC91469: MICHAEL DIBDIN - Ratking. An Aurelio Zen mystery.
BC10368: MICHAEL DIBDIN. - The Dying of the Light.
BC10193: MICHAEL DIBDIN. - And Then You Die. An Aurelio Zen mystery
BC10228: MICHAEL DIBDIN. - And Then You Die. An Inspector Zen novel. (INSCRIBED)
BC10369: MICHAEL DIBDIN. - Thanksgiving.
14428: MICHAEL DIBDIN - The Last Sherlock Holmes Story.
BC10367: MICHAEL DIBDIN. - Dark Spectre.
BC10366: MICHAEL DIBDIN. - Dirty Tricks.
KP90140: PHILIP K.DICK. - Voices from the Street.
BUL90580: PHILIP K.DICK. TESSA B.DICK. - The Dim Reflection of Philip K.Dick.
17169: "CHARLES DICKENS, FRANK DONOVAN" - The Children of Charles Dickens.
17151: "CHARLES DICKENS, WALTER DEXTER" - Dickens. The Story of the Life of the World's Favourite Author. With illustrations.
17155: "CHARLES DICKENS, LETTICE COOPER" - A Hand upon the Time. A Life of Charles Dickens.
17161: "CHARLES DICKENS, HESKETH PEARSON" - "Dickens. His Character, Comedy and Career. With illustrations."
17197: "CHARLES DICKENS, W.ROBERTSON NICOLL" - "The Problem of Edwin Drood. A Study in the Methods of Dickens.,"
17192: "CHARLES DICKENS, IVOR BROWN" - Dickens in his Time.
17186: "CHARLES DICKENS, EARLE DAVIS" - The Flint and the Flame. The Artistry of Charles Dickens.
17179: "CHARLES DICKENS, DUANE DEVRIES" - Dickens's Apprentice Years. The Making of a Novelist.
17175: "CHARLES DICKENS, RALPH STRAUS" - Dickens. A Portrait in Pencil. With illustrations.
17171: "CHARLES DICKENS, UNA POPE-HENNESSY" - Charles Dickens 1812-1870. With illustrations.
17168: "CHARLES DICKENS, NORMAN & JEANNE MACKENZIE" - Dickens. A Life. With illustrations.
17164: "CHARLES DICKENS, JOHN GREAVES" - Dickens at Doughty Street.
17150: "CHARLES DICKENS, FREDERIC G.KITTON" - "Charles Dickens. His Life, Writings and Personality. With illustrations."
17149: "CHARLES DICKENS, H.M.DALESKI" - Dickens and the Art of Analogy.
17148: "CHARLES DICKENS, DEBORAH A.THOMAS" - Dickens and the Short Story.
17142: "CHARLES DICKENS, S.J.NEWMAN" - Dickens at Play.
17138: "CHARLES DICKENS, J.B.PRIESTLEY, IVOR BROWN, NICOLAS BENTLEY, CHRISTOPHER HIBBERT &C." - Charles Dickens 1812-1870. A Centenary Volume. Edited by E.W.F.Tomlin.
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