Santa Fe: The Center for American Places, 2007. Essays by Frank Gohlke and Rebecca Solnit. Profusely illustrated in color and black and white. 175 pages, oblong 4to, pictorial wrappers. Santa Fe and Fort Worth: The Center for American Places in conjunction with the Amon Carter Museum, (2007). Near fine.
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London: Ellis and Elvey, 1897. With preface and notes by William M Rossetti. 2 volumes, black morocco with unique floral gilt stamping, inner gilt dentelles, blue cloth endpapers, top edges gilt (front hinge of volume one neatly reinforced, some cracking to interior of rest of hinges but all firm). London: Eliis and Elvey, 1897. Very good(+) copies. Bookplates on front attached endpapers.
Paris: Caille et Ravier, 1820. Engraved frontis. plus two engraved plates. With a eulogy of the author by J. L. Alibert. xlviii + 422pp., 8vo, leather backed boards, marbled edges; foxing throughout, large tear in the margin of page 159/60 does not effect text, binding rubbed. Paris: Caille et Ravier, 1820. A very good copy. Two titles bound in one volume. Du Systeme Physique et Moral de la Femme and Fragment du Systeme Physique et Moral de L'Homme...
London: Macmillan, 1947-1975. 28 of 34 volumes, lacking numbers 1-6. Extensively illustrated. 8vo, cloth, d.w.; varying degrees of wear to dust wrappers (volumes 7 & 9 lacking dust wrapper). London & New York: Various Publishers (Hutchinson, Macmillan, Potter), 1947-1975. A very good run of this largely complete set.
London: Oxford University Press, 1953. Written in honor of Charles Singer. Collected and Edited by E. Ashworth Underwood. Frontis. portrait. 2 volumes. Tall thick 8vo, cloth, d.w.; bookplates pasted inside front covers. London: Oxford Up, 1953. Near fine in very good d.w. (lightly rubbed, and edgeworn).
New York: Hansom Books, 1963. Illustrated in black & white. 54pp. Short & slim 4to, glossy pictorial wrappers, staple binding. (New York: Hansom Books, 1963). First edition. Slightly sunned and edge-worn, still a very good(+) copy. Featured article is "For Obscenity, Against Pornography" by Henry Miller. Other articles include "The Leering Reader" by Alexander Cordell, "An Author's Philosophy" by Sloan Wilson, "The Political Novel" By Anthony Lejeune, "Crime Commuter" by Michael Gilbert, and "Ultimate Poetry" by Terence Hards...
New Brunswick: Partisan Review, 1964. 143pp+ads. Short 8vo, stiff printed wrappers. New Brunswick: Partisan Review, Spring 1964. Silghtly edge-worn and sunned, still a very good(+) copy. With writings by Robert Lowell, Mary McCarthy, Sarah Plimpton, Steven Marcus, Alfred Kazin, Frank Kermode, Susan Sontag, and Reuben A. Brower.
St. Louis: Autolycus, 1973. Portrait of the author by William Eubank. Introduction, and co author on one essay, by Michael Murphy. 63pp., tall, thin 8vo, black cloth. St. Louis: Autolycus Press, (1973). A near fine copy. Contains a limited black & white photo of the author One of 500 copies signed by Starrett and Michael Murphy.
London: Cassell, 1913. Frontispiece portrait by Sargent. Cover design and vignette illustrations by C. Lovat Fraser. 8vo, brown cloth stamped in gilt; lightly rubbed. London, Cassell, 1913. First Edition. Pasted on the front flyleaf is a typed letter signed, declining a play for production. Bookplate and long ownership inscription.