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DIXEY, Giles (Harold Giles), 1893-1974 : PROOFS OF ENDEAVOUR.
Oxford : H. G. Dixey, 1963. First edition : limited to 102 numbered copies. Inscribed, signed with initials, and dated (1965) by the author. A collection of proof impressions of the Oxford printer-poet’s linocuts, wood-engravings, etc.
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(HODGSON, Pat) : ERIC FRASER : AN ILLUSTRATOR OF OUR TIME. A TRAVELLING EXHIBITION SPONSORED BY BRITISH GAS.
[London] : British Gas, (1991). First edition. A well-illustrated survey of the work of Eric Fraser (1902-1983), designed to accompany the 1991-1993 touring exhibition. Loosely inserted are the flyer for the exhibition, with additional information, and a related press-cutting.
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RABELAIS, François, ca.1490-1553 : GARGANTUA AND PANTAGRUEL : SELECTIONS FROM THE WORKS OF FRANCIS RABELAIS.
London : John Westhouse, 1945. First Brandt edition. Seventeenth-century translations of Rabelais by Sir Thomas Urquhart (1611-1660) and Peter Anthony Motteux (1660-1718), here combined with the extraordinary illustrations of Rolf A. Brandt (1906-1986). Introduction by Denis Saurat.
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STEVENSON, Robert Louis, 1850-1894 : A CHILD’S GARDEN OF VERSES.
London : Bodley Head, 1960. First Leonard Rosoman illustrated edition. A perennial favourite since its first publication in 1895, but here given a complete makeover by the original publishers with over 100 fresh drawings for this edition by Leonard Rosoman.
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STRACHEY, Lytton (Giles Lytton), 1880-1932 : ERMYNTRUDE AND ESMERALDA : AN ENTERTAINMENT.
London : Anthony Blond, (1969). First edition. A “facétie” from Strachey, written for the private relish of his friends and (not surprisingly) previously unpublished. Two Edwardian girls fresh from school investigate the mysteries of sex. With an introduction by Michael Holroyd.
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