Federman and Fletcher Samuel Beckett: His Works & His Critics, an Essay in Bibliography, University of California, 1970, fine h/bk in VG d/jkt; the d/jkt is price-clipped and has a wrinkle top of front panel. 381pp
Letters of Edward Fitzgerald, Macmillan, 1894, 2 vols; and Letters of Edward Fitzgerald to Fanny Kemble 1871-1883, Richard Bentley, 1895; uniformly bound in half-vellum, gilt, bookplates of E.L. de Rothschild. Boards slightly bowed o/w VG (3)
The Journals of Mary Shelley 1814-1844, Oxford University Press, 1987, two volumes, original gilt cloth, frontispiece & 8 other plates. Each volume has a handstamp “Damaged” on reverse of title page but apart from some light browning to the endpapers there appear to be no other faults to these scarce books. (2)
Pierre Carlet de Chamblain de Marivaux Discours Prononce a L’Academie Francoise le quatre Fevrier 1743….lorsqu’il vint prendre séance a la place de feu M. l’Abbe’ de Hauteville. Avec la Reponse de M. l’Archeveque de Sens. Paris, 1743, title page + 22pp of text; later marbled boards, spine frayed with some loss; small bookplates of Lytton Strachey and Roger Senhouse. Clean text.
Stephen Gill "William Wordsworth: A Life", Oxford, 1989, First Edition in d/jkt, signed by the author on front endpaper. VF. 525pp
Sketches of Distinguished American Authors represented in Darley’s New National Picture entitled ‘Washington Irving and his Literary Friends at Sunnyside’. Irving Publishing Co., New York, 1863; a pamphlet, original printed wraps with some spotting, fine internally. Housed in a fine modern quarter-leather folder, gilt title, with silk ties.