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Sunk Without Trace

By: Birley Robert

Price: £16.00

Publisher: London, Rupert Hart-Davis: 1962

Edition: First Edition / First Impression

Seller ID: 000086

Condition: Very Good


The text of the 1960-1961 Clark Lectures which look at forgotten works by various British writers William Warner, Nathaniel Lee, Edward Young, William Robertson, Thomas Moore and Philip James Bailey. Robert Birley was headmaster of Eton College. Neat owners inscription of Sir Martyn Le Quesne. Slight bumping to corners, still an extremely nice copy in an unclipped dustwrapper. View more info

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Eugene Delacroix - Selected Letters 1813-1863

By: Stewart, Jean

Price: £38.00

Publisher: London, Eyre and Spottiswoode: 1971

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 000477

Condition: Fine


First edition. Unclipped, frayed dustwrapper. Green cloth covers with red spine label. With Berlioz and Victor Hugo, Eugene Delacroix was perhaps one of the most brilliant members of the Romantic Movement in France. Miss Stewarts selection of his letters was a formidable task which she has accomplished splendidly. First edition means first edition, first printing, unless otherwise clearly stated. View more info

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Into the Badlands - A Journey Through the American Dream

By: Williams, John

Price: £50.00

Publisher: London, Paladin: 1991

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 001339

Condition: Fine


Unclipped dustwrapper with NO LOSS. No marks or inscriptions. A Journey through the American Dream. Inclues Williams interviews with such writers as Elmore Leonard * James Crumley * James Ellroy * Sara Paretsky * Tony Hillerman and George V Higgins. Through the work of these writers, through their observations of American society, and through his own acute perceptions, John Williams gives us in INTO THE BADLANDS an exceptional piece of travel writing and a compelling por... View more info