Pp. x+390(last blank); med. 8vo; dust wrapper, edges a trifle rubbed; Dutton, New York, 1989. First edition.
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Pp. [vi]+234; med. 8vo; dust wrapper; text block browned, a little light foxing; Hamish Hamilton, London, 1987. First trade edition. *Shortlisted for the 1987 Man Booker Prize.
A novel. Pp. [iv]+216(last blank); med. 8vo; fore-corners of boards slightly bruised; dust wrapper; Chatto & Windus, London, 2006. First edition.
Pp. [vi]+246; dust wrapper; Chatto & Windus, London, 2013. First edition.
Pp. 72; printed glazed paper wrappers with flap folds; Red Deer College Press, Alberta, Canada, 1987. *Inscribed and signed by the author (to Australian writer Thomas Shapcott) on title page.
Pp. (last blank), frontispiece printed in green; roy. 8vo; printed green paper wrappers; Mandeville Press, Hitchin, Herts., 1987. Trade edition; one of 225 copies.
Pp. [iv]+138(last blank); boards slightly sprung; price-clipped dust wrapper, edges a trifle rubbed, the back panel slightly soiled; The Hawthorn Press, Melbourne, 1974. First edition, with second state [i.e. pictorial] dust wrapper. *American novelist and film writer's first Australian novel, set in war-torn Vietnam.
Pp. [iv]+340(last blank); head and foot of spine lightly bruised; dust wrapper; endpapers faintly offset, top edges of leaves a trifle soiled, tiny graze at foot of upper hinge; Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1990.First edition. *Winner of the 1990 Age Book of the Year Award and the National Book Council's...
Pp. 398(last blank); spine extremities and top fore-corner of lower board slightly bruised, with short split at foot of spine; dust wrapper, the backstrip slightly creased at extremities, with small piece torn from foot, small surface chip to laminate at bottom fore-corner of back panel; edges of leaves faintly soiled...
Illustrated by Ul de Rico. Pp. 72(last blank), 9 double page coloured illustrations, plus numerous black & white text illustrations; dust wrapper, slightly scuffed; Sidgwick & Jackson, London, 1986. First U.K. [and first trade] edition. *Poem based on the Polynesian legend of Te Tuna, the giant eel.
Pp. [vi]+522(last blank); dust wrapper, faintly scuffed; slight signs of sticker removal from head of lower free endpaper; HarperCollins Publishers/India Today Group, Uttar Pradesh, 2008. First Indian edition. *Author's first novel; winner of the 2008 Man Booker Prize.
Pp. [x]+306(last blank); med. 8vo; two-tone papered boards, spine lettered in gilt; dust wrapper, slightly scuffed; edges of leaves lightly foxed, with black ink mark to top edges near spine; Donald I. Fine, Inc., New York, 1991. First edition.
Pp. viii+248(last blank); corners of boards a trifle rubbed; dust wrapper; Angus & Robertson Publishers, Sydney, 1977. First edition. *Author's first novel.
Illustrations by Ewart Collings. Pp. 52(last blank), text illustrations; pictorial stiff paper wrappers, bottom edge a trifle faded; Three Sisters, Winmallee, New South Wales, 1987.
Pp.[vi]+18+(colophon, verso blank); narrow demy 4to; navy cloth backed green marbled papered boards, the gilt lettering on upper board quite dulled, boards lightly marked and grazed, edges rubbed; uncut; The Hours Press, Chapelle-Reanville, Eure, France, 1929. Edition limited to 200 numbered copies, signed by the author. Ransom Selective Checklistp. 62...
or Further Adventures of the Hand-Reared boy. Pp. 272; fore-corners of boards bruised; dust wrapper, edges worn, with a couple of short splits and chips, the backstrip slightly soiled; edges of leaves faintly foxed; Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London, 1971. First edition. *The second volume in the Horatio Stubbs trilogy.
Pp. 400; dust wrapper, lightly foxed on reverse, lower edge of front panel slightly worn; outer leaves lightly foxed, lower edges lightly shelf-soiled; Bodley Head, London, 1954. First edition. O'Brien (Lawrence bibliography) F0014a. *The empty view of the title is 'the desert of the Arab nomad; the desert of revolt.'...
Pp. 264; dust wrapper, faintly foxed on reverse, edges a trifle rubbed, the backstrip slightly faded; outer leaves and edges lightly foxed; Bodley Head, London, 1950. First edition.
Pp. x+278, 8 coloured or part-coloured plates; dust wrapper; Duck Editions, London, 2000. First edition. *Author's first novel.
Pp. [viii]+344(last blank), dark green endpapers; beige cloth, spine lettered and decorated in red & green, faintly soiled, the cloth a trifle bubbled near top edge of upper board; top edges green, fore-edges uncut; dust wrapper, worn and torn, soiled, with several tape repairs on reverse; text block faintly browned.....
Pp. [viii]+344; ribbon marker; dust wrapper; Bloomsbury, London, 2006. First edition. *The author's first novel, signed by her on the title page.
With a new Introduction by the author, and illustrations by Edward A. Wilson. In three volumes. Title page vignettes, 9 lithographic plates, numerous text illustrations; med. 8vo; full rust coloured linen, stamped in colours and gilt; top edges green; within slipcase, edges lightly worn, printed title label on spine; Limited...
Memoirs of a writing life. Pp. [vi]+278(last blank), text decorations, index; dust wrapper, slightly soiled; fore-edges of leaves a trifle marked; Heinemann, London, 1981. First edition. *Memoirs of various writers, including W. H. Auden, Louis MacNeice, Henry Green, Desmond MacCarthy, Wyndham Lewis, Joyce Cary, a.o.
A novel. Translated from the Spanish by Margaret Sayers Peden. Pp.x+382; med. 8vo; qr. brown cloth, spine lettered in gilt, khaki papered boards, the upper board decorated in gilt, bottom fore-corner of lower board a trifle bruised; fore-edges uncut; dust wrapper, the back panel faintly creased; HarperCollins Publishers, New York.....
Translated from the Spanish by Margaret Sayers Peden. Pp. viii+228(last blank); a couple of tiny bruises to bottom edges of boards; dust wrapper; tiny split to bottom edge pp. 173/4; Hamish Hamilton, London, 1991. First U.K. edition.