Richmond: Hogarth Press, 1922. First edition. Original wrappers with only very slight wear. A fine copy, scarce in this condition. Woolmer 18.
RUSSIA AND RUSSIAN LITERATURE
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Peterburg: Epokha, 1922. First edition. Original wrappers, slight wear, a very nice copy. Russian gift inscription on front endpaper. Bely's autobiographical novel of childhood, written under the influence of Rudolf Steiner's theories which urged intense recollection of early memories as a spiritual exercise.
Peterburg: Alkonost, 1921. First edition. Original wrappers, 69 pp. A very good copy, hinges split. Contemporary inscription on title page. One of an edition of 3000 copies; a Berlin edition appeared the following year. "Of all this great writer's works, it remains the one whose artistic merit and value are...
Moscow: I. D. Sytin, 1894. First edition. 284 pp., 2 leaves. Contemporary Russian half calf with pebbled black cloth sides, spine and corners worn, hinges neatly repaired. The spine is lettered in gilt with the title only. The rare original front and back printed wrappers are preserved. An abrasion on...
London: Hogarth Press, 1922. First edition. Blue and white patterned boards with cloth back, paper label. First issue binding, one of 750 copies. Bookplate of E.J. and J.S. Slotkin. Very good. Kirkpatrick B2a; Woolmer 20.
New York: Lear Publishers, 1947. First American edition. Black cloth. A nearly fine copy with only minor wear, in a very good dust jacket, few damp spots to spine panel. Kirkpatrick B2b.
Richmond: Hogarth Press, 1923. First edition. One of 1000 copies. Pink and purple marbled boards backed in tan cloth, spine label; lacking the wax-paper dust wrapper. A very good copy with moderate extremity wear and a hint of sunning. Kirkpatrick B4; Woolmer 32.
London: Hogarth Press, 1932. First edition. Orange wrappers. 40 pages. Small loss to heel of spine, faint toning, a nearly fine copy. Day to Day Pamphlets No. 7. Woolmer 298.
New York: Chekhov, (1954). First edition. Pale grey wrappers. Worn, with ownership signature to front endpaper, minor occasional soil, nearly very good. Juliar A26.3.
New York: 1953. First edition. First appearance of these two poems. Original wrappers, nearly fine. Juliar C534.
Berlin: Petropolis, 1936. First edition, in Russian. Original printed wrappers, light spotting to covers, otherwise a fine and unopened copy. Juliar A15.1.
New York: 1954. First edition. First appearance of this chapter of Drugie berega. Original wrappers, fine. Juliar C534.
Berlin: Slovo, 1929. First edition. Original printed wrappers, slight tanning, else a fine copy. Juliar A11.1.
New York: 1957. First edition. Original wrappers, fine. Juliar C555.
Berlin: 1922/1923. First edition. Two volumes, a complete set of this anthology, edited by Sasha Chyorny. Original wrappers with light wear. The first volume contains a poem by Nabokov, ("Detstvo" [Childhood]) and an essay on Rupert Brooke by Nabokov. The second volume cotains his play "Skital'tsy," which purports to be...
Stockholm: Wahlstrom & Widstrand, 1935. First Swedish edition. Pictorial wrappers, light wear to extemities, very good. Juliar D14.3.
Richmond: Hogarth Press, 1922. First edition. One of 1000 copies. Blue marbled paper over boards, labels to cover and spine. Edges rubbed, trace of loss to crown, a very good copy. Woolmer 25.
Richmond: Hogarth Press, 1923. First edition. One of 1000 copies. White patterned paper-covered boards backed in green cloth. 134, [5, ads] pp. A bright, fresh copy with only modest wear, light toning to endpapers, contemporary gift inscription to endpaper; very good. Kirkpatrick B3; Woolmer 40.
New York: Doubleday, Page, 1908. First edition. Advance sheets, sewn, but not bound. Inscribed by the author's wife (1906-1917), herself an author (and collaborator with Jack London) the active socialist, Anna Strunsky, "To William English Strunsky / This first unbound copy of his Uncle's first book. With love, Anna. Studio...