Boston: W. Blagrove, 1807. Paperback. SCARCE. Very good- in off white paper wraps with black title to frotnt wrapper. Appears to have once been bound in a book. 1 dampstain to lower corner of front cover. Browning and foxing throughout though text remains bright. 36 pages. Drama. DRA1/2182. Very Good -.
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Ireland: Gallery Press, (1993). Hardcover. SIGNED BY AUTHOR. An adaption of Chekhov's masterpiece in which Kilroy has transported the story from Russia to West Ireland. Kilroy's first novel "The Big Chapel" was shortlisted for the Booker Prize and won both the Guardian Fiction Prize and the Heinemann Award. Black cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Pristine interior with tight binding. Grey dust jacket with white title to spine. 87 pages. DRA/012908. Fine / Fine.
London: Gryphon Books Ltd., 1948. Paperback. FIRST EDITION. Illustrated wrappers with black title to front panel. Rubbing to spine and edges of wrappers. Very light soiling to rear wrapper. Filled with cartoons which were originally printed in the Daily Express. Clean interior. 64 pages. HUM/063009. Very Good.
London: Bradbury, Agnew, & Co., 1886. Hardcover. 3 vols. bound in 1. VG- very thick 4to., 3/4 red leather bound red cloth with gilt trim. Raised bands with gilt tooling and titling to spine; full gilt edges. Heavy wear to front interior hinge; dark discolorations to edge of both boards. Front free marbled endpaper detached; binding loose from spine and boards in rear but pages quite tight. Interior yellowed with some light foxing. Frontis, red & black illustrated title page. Filled with hundreds of wonderful illustrations. HUM/3133. Very Good -.
Liepzig: Verlag fur literatur und politik, 1924. Paperback. Good plus in black wraps with faded gilt title on spine and front. Chipping to wraps and several pages. Half title page is detached but present. Pages brittle. Browning to pages. 126 pp. IN GERMAN. World History Pamphlets. WORHIS/2243. Good +.
Westport: Greenwood Press, 1975 reprint of the original 1962 edition. Hardcover. Vg in dark green boards/No Dj as issued/8vo./former owner stamp to half-title, contents otherwise bright, crisp and clean/translated from the German by Elizabeth Wiskemann & Marian Jackson/403 pp. Russian History. RUS10/5112. Very Good.
Denver: Alan Swallow, 1958. Hardcover. Fine in near fine cream colored dust jacket with dark green title to front and spine panels. Revised edition. Pristine interior. Only the libretto by Janet Lewis is printed here. The music for the opera was written by William Bergsma. 67 pages. DRA/101316. Fine / Near Fine.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1957. Hardcover. FIRST EDITION. 8vo. Yellow cloth backed, red paper covered boards with black title to spine. Minor fading to edges of boards and spine ends. Spine slightly rolled. Interior is clean and bright with illustrations throughout. Red and yellow dust jacket with black title to front and spine panels. Red portion of dust jacket is heavily faded, especially on spine. Chipping to edges of dust jacket. Index, 387 pages. HUM/071811. Very Good in Very Good- DJ.
[London]: The Mermaid Theatre, . Paperback. Theatre program. Benito Cereno is the third part of the trilogy "The Old Glory." It is based on a short story by Herman Melville, which was based on a true account of a slave ship. In addition to a list of the cast and crew, the program includes a biography of Lowell, an extract from "Narrative of Voyages and Travels in the Northern and Southern Hemisphere" by Amasa Delano (1817), a biography of Melville, a diagram of the slave ship, a reproduction of an ad for slaves, and an article "Slavery Today" by Patrick Montgomery. Bound in black and white printed wrappers. Includes yellow insert. Unpaginated. [24 pages.] DRA/111716. Fine.
New York: Robert M. de Witt, . Paperback. Very good in beige paper wrappers with black title to front cover. There are a few large chips to the edges of all pages of this pamphlet but the text is not effected. Browning throughout and light marking to front cover, else clean. 50 pages. DRA/011513. Very Good.
Cambridge: Dunster House, 1926. Hardcover. Limited edition, one of 750 copies. Very good+ in black cloth covered boards with blue title and illustrations to front board and blue title to spine. Interior pristine except for remnants of glue from a removed bookplate to front paste down and browning on the front free end page opposite. Deckle-edge, hand-made paper, wide-margin text. 67 pages. Drama. DRA/3033. Very Good +.