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15 POEMS FOR WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. Ed. E W WHITE. 1964. Startford -up-on-avon.. Introduced by P Garland, J Lehmann & W Plomer. (E Blunden, C Causley, R Fuller, T Gunn,
T Kinsella, L Lee, H MacDiarmid, V Watkins, S Spender.)
Original wraps a little soiled otherwise in very good condition.
John Lehman's copy with his initials on the front wrap. £30.00

POEMS FOR SHAKESPEARE No.2. Ed. C HAMPTON. 1972. Globe Playhouse Trust.
(C Day Lewis, P Redgrove, G Macbeth, J Couzyn, W H Auden, P Porter, S Spender,
N Maccaig, D Abse, A Mitchell, B Cobbing, V Scannell, R Graves, etc.) £20.00

POEMS FOR SHAKESPEARE. No.3. Ed. A THWAITE. 1974. Globe Playhouse Trust. Contributors include E Brock, A Brownjohn, C Causley, D Dunn, J Fuller, R Fuller, L Lerner, M Longley, E Lowbury, G Macbeth, P Morgan, P Redgrove & R S Thomas. Original wraps. £35.00

POEMS FOR SHAKESPEARE 7. 1979. Bear Gardens Museum.
Ed. A SILLITOE who has also signed this edition which is limited to 50 numbered copies.
Contains translations of poems which were originally written in other European languages by contemporary poets who include M Jacob, M Holub, Z herbert, T Rozewicz, A Slinomski,
J Sotola, R Alberti. E Castle, I Iredynski, V Taufer, etc. End papers, depicting Elizabethan memorials to the St Paul family in Snarford Church, Licolnshire, by John Piper. £70.00

POEMS FOR SHAKESPEARE 4. Ed. A RUDOLF. 1976. Globe Playhouse Trust. No 4. Contributions from.J Heath-Stubbs, J Silkin, K Smith,K Bosley, E bryll, S Carter, E Fried, V Warner, A Young & V Forrest-Thompson. A very good copy in original stiff wraps. £15.00

HAMPTON, Christopher. ELEGY FOR LEOPARDI'S MOON. Poem for Shakespeare.
1973. Sceptre Press. Edition limited to 50 copies, signed by the poet. £10.00

THIS WOODEN O. The Shakespeare Globe Centre.
Booklet to celebrate the formation of the Shakespeare Globe Centre, North America Inc
& the Inauguration of The Shakespeare Estate Royalty Fund. 23/9/82.
26 pp giving details of the plans including drawings.
Also included is a 16 pp booklet "A SONG RECITAL" by E Hannan with P Thomas ;
held at the United States Embassy, London 20/4/83. on behalf of the International Shakespeare Globe Centre with songs by M Ravel & H Wolf to poems by E Morike. £10.00

Catalogue of an Exhibition of the Works of Shakespeare, His Sources, & the Writings of
his Principal Contemporaries with an introductory sketch & 16 facsimiles issued by
The John Rylands Library Manchester. 170pp in original wraps. £20.00

THE AGES OF MAN. 1939. Heinemann. Shakespeare's image of man and nature.
Edited by George RYLANDS. Dust wrapper frayed, torn & stained but largely complete.
An uncommon first edition which was followed by many reprints. £15.00

TALKING OF SHAKESPEARE. 1954. Hodder & Stoughton. Dw. Introduced by John Garrett.
(A L Rowse, L A G Strong, P Dickinson, P Dehn, W Oakeshott, etc). £8.00

Oxford University Press. Second impression. £6.00

BURGESS, Anthony. NOTHING LIKE THE SUN. A novel on Shakespeare as lover & artist. 1964. Heinemann. Uncorrected Proof Copy in original printed wraps which show
signs of use but none-the-less the contents are in very good condition. £40.00

BURGESS, Anthony. NOTHING LIKE THE SUN. A Story of Shakespeare's Love-life.
1964. Heineman. A very good copy in a slightly chipped, unclipped, dust jacket. £40.00

CHARLTON, H B, SHAKESPEARE POLITICS & POLITICIANS. 1929. English Association. Original wraps. £4.00

CHAMBERS, R W. THE JACOBEAN SHAKESPEARE AND MEASURE FOR MEASURE. 1937. British Academy. Author's presentation inscription for R C Goffin. Orig wraps. £5.00

DOBBS, Leonard. SHAKESPEARE REVEALED. nd. Skeffington & Son.
Edited by H Kingsmill with an introductory memoir.
Covers dusty with slight foxing on end pages, otherwise a very good copy. £6.00

EVANS, Gareth Lloyd Evans. SHAKESPEARE. 1969. Oliver & Boyd.
Part1.1564-1592. & Part II.1587-1598.
2 volumes in original stiff wraps in very good condition. £10.00

HALLIDAY, F E. SHAKESPEARE , A Pictorial Biography. 1956. Thames & Hudson.
Frayed dw. Small rubbed stamp on rear paste-down. £6.00

HOTSON, Leslie. MR. W.H. 1964. Rupert Hart-Davis. Green cloth covered boards a bit sunned at head of front cover. Dust jacket torn and frayed - front panel detached. Contents bright enough. The quest for the identity of Mr W H - the friend to whom Shakespeare wrote his sonnets. £4.00

DUNCAN-JONES, Katherine. UNGENTLE SHAKESPEARE. SCENES FROM HIS LIFE. 2001. Arden Shakespeare. Illustrated. Fine in like dw. 322pp. £15.00

BRINKWORTH, E R C. SHAKESPEARE & THE BAWDY COURT OF STRATFORD. 1972. Phillimore. Illustrated by Wendy Jones. £8.00

DEELMAN, Christian. THE GREAT SHAKESPEARE JUBILEE. 1964. M Joseph. Uncorrected Proof copy in original faded wraps. Illustrated. £6.00

SQUIRE, John. SHAKESPEARE AS A DRAMATIST. 1935. Cassell & Company Ltd.
Bookplate of Margaret Isaac on front pastedown. Fading black boards, gilt spine titling. Extremities of spine bumped. Bottom edge slightly stained otherwise very good indeed. £7.50

SISSON, C J. SHAKESPEARE. 1955. Writers and their Work. Original wraps. £4.00

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. 1975. Clarendon Press.Near fine. 4to.
A Documentary Life by S SCHOENBAUM. Illustrated particularly with facsimiles of documents & records. Pictorial end papers. Near fine. 4to £35.00

SITWELL, Edith. A NOTEBOOK ON WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. 1948. Macmillan. Dw. £10.00

The Ettrick Press Ltd. £5.00

HOW TO READ AND ENJOY SHAKESPEARE. nd. Odhams Press Ltd. Anonymous. £4.00

STANDEN, G T. SHAKESPEARE AUTHORSHIP. 1930. A Summary of Evidence.
Name on front end paper. Original wraps. £16.00

WAIN, John. THE LIVING WORLD OF SHAKESPEARE. 1964. MacMillan, London. Dw slightly marked and frayed. A Playgoer's Guide. Name on front end paper. £12.00

WOOD, Michael. IN SEARCH OF SHAKESPEARE. 2003. BBC Worldwide Ltd. This book was published to accompany the television series "In Search of Shakespeare." Burgundy boards chipped along lower edge, otherwise a nice copy in a shelf soiled and slightly creased unclipped dust wrapper. Well illustrated throughout. £5.00

WILSON, Jean. THE SHAKESPEARE LEGACY. 1995. Bramley Books.
The Material Legacy of Shakespeare's Theatre. Foreword by Colin RENFREW.
Fine in like dw.. £12.00

WHITE, R S. INNOCENT VICTIMS. POETIC INJUSTICE IN SHAKESPEAREAN TRAGEDY. 1986. Athlone Press. Revised edition. Dw sunned. Contents very good. 149pp. £6.00

SHAW, George Bernard. SHAW ON SHAKESPEARE. 1961. Cassell.
Edited by Edwin Wilson. A very good copy in a price clipped dw. £10.00

SMITHER, Elizabeth. SHAKESPEARE VIRGINS. 1983. Auckland University Press.
Original stiff wraps in very good condition. Review slip from OUP & TLS cutting regarding
the poet laid in which has left a slight darkening to the front end paper. £7.00

British Academy Shakespeare Lecture. Signed by the author.
A very good copy in original wraps which are unevenly faded. £5.00

Booklet describing the collection of Shakespeare items at The Huntington Library, San Marino, California. Original wraps in good condition. £5.00

THE GREAT TUDORS. Ed. Katharine GARVIN. 1935. Ivor Nicholson & Watson.
(J Dover Wilson on Shakespeare; W H Auden on J Skelton; A L Rowse on the Earl of Essex; Noyes on Marlowe; H Belloc on William Cecil; R H Mottram on Thomas Gresham; etc. Bloomfield B10. £15.00

JOHNSON, G C Ashton. A GATEWAY TO POETRY. 1932. Poetry Society.
An Introduction to Great Poems:- Keat's Endymion; Tennyson's In Memorium; Shakespeare's Sonnets; Andrea del Sarton; Rossetti, etc. £2.00

KENT, William. LONDON FOR SHAKESPEARE LOVERS. 1934. Methuen. Dw. £8.00


DAEDALUS. Ed. Philip RIEFF. 1958. 87/3. Summer. Symbolism in Religion & Literature. The Sense of Poetry: Shakespeare's "The Phoenix & the Turtle" by I A Richards. K Burke, W Heisenberg, T Parsons, P Tillich & A N Wilder all contribute. Derek Stanford's copy with his name on the front wrap; his notes on on this article are cellotaped to the magazine.. £12.00

JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF ARTS. March 1979 – May 1989. As well as detailing the proceedings of the Society the illustrated papers, having been delivered as the Royal Society Lectures, cover a wide spectrum of subjects including manufacturing and commerce. The Range can be indicated by the following titles: Elgar and The BBC; Seminar on Environmental Education; Shakespeare's Language & its link with the Bible of his day: Germania and Italia; Albert Durer & Venetian Art; Solar Energy Systems, Einstein, Gravitation & Cosmology, Social Implication of Experiements on Genetic Manuplation; etc etc. Some issues are devoted to papers on a single general topic & also discussion. Each approx 70-80pp. 62 issues in original wraps, all near fine. £265.00

THE MASK. 1908. An Illustrated Journal of the Art of the Theatre published monthly then quarterly by E G CRAIG. One of the most important documents of the great theatrical revival of the turn of the century. Craig, who contributed extensively under various names, covers the whole gamut of theatrical history, ancient & modern, British , Continental & American. Each issue is illustrated with theatre diagrams, costume designs, scenery & Craig's own woodcut designs with extracts & comments from the work of previous playwrights, (Shakespeare, Goethe, etc.) & articles on past & present playwrights, actors, stage managers, etc. v.1/ v.2/4-9. v.3/1-3. Large format with neat ex-library.
Original orange wraps-some frayed on the spine but all in very good condition.
36 issues in 30 between 1908-1929. Irregular publication, suspended between 1919 & 1922 & v.9/1 being all produced in that year. Contributors include Editors, Ashley Duke, G B Shaw, C W Beaumont, Maurice Magnus, A Nicoll, Lennox Robinson, J Balance, A Nicoll,
E Rhys, Wilkie Collins-an essay on the use of Gas in Theatres, Jan Klaassen & other continental producers,etc. £320.00

MOSAIC. Ed. ED K MCROBBIE & R HOOPLES. 1967-78. V.1/1-X1/4 Oct 1967-Summer 1978. X11/2.4. XV11.X1V/1. XV11/3. X1X/1-4.Fall 1986. XX/1. Winter 1987. A Quarterly Journal for the Study of Literature & Ideas. University of Manchester.Special Issues-Literature & History; Literature & Alienation; 20th Century Poetry; Eros & Literature;
Politics & Literature; English & American Novel; Shakespeare Today; The European Novel; The Literature of Exile; Ulysses & The Waste Land; 50 years of Literature; The Novels of
W Faulkner; Kafka; Literary Humour of the 19th Century; Liturgy & Literature; The World of
A Nin; Post War Canadian Fiction, etc. with contributions by B Brophy, C V Wedgewood,
R Skelton, H MacDiarmid, A N Jeffares, P Thody, L Van Der Post, J Fowles, W Y Tindall,
D Davie, G Wilson Knight, M Drabble, M Millgate, W Fowlie etc.
53 issues in original wraps. £150.00

Edited & annotated by Charles & Mary Cowden CLARKE. Illustrated by H C Selous.
Vol.1. COMEDIES. nd. Half calf - somewhat rubbed. Marbled boards.
Lightly foxed otherwise a very good hefty volume. £20.00 
Vol.3. TRAGEDIES. Half calf, marbled boards. Spine torn & front board detached but intact. Slight foxing throughout but generally very good. (Other volumes available.) £8.00

Includes the whole of his Plays, Sonnets & other Poems with explanatory & critical notes
& a carefully compiled BIOGRAPHY OF SHAKESPEARE. nd. Coloured frontis.
Contents a little shook. Covers very slightly worn. 2 volumes bound as one. £10.00

4 Volumes:- Comedies, Histories, Tragedies & Poems in the original decorated cloth.
The Nonesuch text was established MCMXXIX by Herbert Farjeon with the preparatory matter from the First Folio & a new introduction by Ivor Brown.
Included is the 8pp prospectus by F Meynell & a specimen page. £90.00

HAMLET. 1934. Dent. The New Temple Shakespeare. Edition decorated by Eric Gill.
Pocket size, red cloth, gilt. Spine torn. Introduced by Glen Byam Shaw.
Illustrated by Motley. Name on front end paper. £5.00

JULIUS CAESAR. 1962. Folio Society. Purple decorated boards in a slightly damaged marbled slip case. Spine slightly sunned. £4.00

ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA. 1963. Folio Society. Introduction by Sir Laurence Olivier. Illustrations by Audrey Cruddas & Roger Furse. 2 nd impression.
Purple decorated boards, gilt in marbled slip case.. £6.00

TWELFTH NIGHT. 1966. Folio Society. Introduced by Peter Hall. Illustrations by Lila Di Nobili. Green decorated boards, gilt in marbled slip case. £6.00

PERICLES PRINCE OF TYRE. 1972. Folio Society. Introduced by Richard Pasco.
Illustrated by Paul Shelving. Brown decorated boards, gilt in marbled slip case. £10.00

THE LIFE AND DEATH OF KING JOHN. 1973. Folio Society. Introduced by Stuart Burge. Illustrated by Robin Archer.Blue boards, gilt in slip case. £8.00

KING LEAR. 1984. B.B.C. The original BBC recording on two C90 cassettes starring
Alec Guinness, Cyril Cussack, Jill Bennett, Sarah Badel, etc with the complete text colour cartoon book illustrated by Ian Pollock; all encloserd in the original pictorial partioned box container. A very attractive and scarce production in excellent condition. £40.00

SONNETS OF SHAKESPEARE. 1909. G D. Sproul, New York. Volume XXXVIII of
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare. Annotations & a General Introduction by Sidney Lee with a 10pp Special Introduction by John DAVIDSON. Original frontispiece
by F Brangwyn. Boards very slightly worn on edges but internally in very good condition. Precedes English Edition. Uncommon. £35.00

SONNETS. vol 38 of The COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM HAKESPEARE with annotations by Sidney LEE. Introduced by John DAVIDSON & an original frontispiece by F Brangwyn. Edges of boards showing signs of wear but internally in excellent condition. £5.00

Near fine in like dw.Compact Disc included of VENDLER reading some of sonnets. £ 20.00

SONGS FROM SHAKESPEARE. 1921. Shakespeare Head Press. Original wraps. £16.00

THE LONDON SHAKESPEARE. 1958. Eyre & Spottiswoode. A new annotated & critical edition of the complete works edited by John Munro & introduced by G W J Wickham.
6 volumes in dark green buckram. original slip-case with original glassine dws. Mint. £60.00

CLARK, Cumberland.
1925. Shakespeare Head Press.
Inscribed presentation copy to Author's niece. Specially bound in full leather, gilt border
& lettering, raised spine, by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. Marbled eps. Aeg. £35.00
A STUDY OF MACBETH. 1926. Shakespeare Head Press.
A very good copy in original cloth gilt. £10.00
FALSTAFF AND HIS FRIENDS. 1935. Privately Printed. £8.00
SHAKESPEARE AND DICKENS. 1918. Chiswick Press. Original cloth gilt. £20.00

SONNETS. nd. Heron Press. Pocket size. Red cover, gilt. An attractive production. £4.00

SHAKESPEARE'S SONGS. 1920. Shakespeare Head Press.
Edition limited to 400 numbered copies - this being no. 47. £20.00

THE POEMS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. 1975. Kingprint, Richmond.
Venus and Adonis,1953. The Rape of Lucrece,1954. Sonnets,1609. The Lover's Complaint. A facs of the Kelmscott Shakespeare reprinted by David Paradine with comments by Sydney Cockerell (from Art & Craft of Printing). Printed in red & black. Original gilt decorated cloth £20.00

CHORUS. Ed Susanne KNOWLES. 1969. Heinemann.
An Anthology of Bird Poems, mainly from contemporary poets (R Fuller, M Armstrong, G Bullett, M Hamburger, T Hughes, A Ross, R S Thomas, J Updike,etc.) but also including such as Shakespeare, Browning, Shelley, Wordsworth, Whitman, Donne. Price clipped dust wrapper a little chipped & aged. Grey 'printers' stain on edge of 2 pages otherwise very good. £5.00

Articles by John Ervine-Drama in the Doldrums; Guy Boas-Shakespeare & Christianity; M F K Fraser-Festival Time at Stratford; W B Kempling-Glances at Shakespearn Literature; Mrs Cecil Chesterton, J E Sewell, H G Sear, etc.
Spine of original wraps largely detached but contents in very good condition. £10.00

THREE PROGRAMMES. nd. THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR - two programmes, both performed in the Barbican Theatre. One in 1986 copying the format of a programme issued in 1959 with the adverts of that time. The later one, 1996, with relevant articles by
Stanley Wells & Robert Smallwood. Also a programme of OTHELLO performed in
The Barbican Theatre with Ben Kingsley as Othello in 1985. £6.00

KINGSTON, Jeremy. ARTS AND ARTISTS. 1980. Facts on File, NY.
Features Botticelli, Da Vinci, Durer, Titian, Rembrandt, Vermeer, de Goya, Turner, Monet, Van Gogh, Cezanne, Munch, Picasso, Calder, Henry Moore, Brunelleschi, Christopher Wren, Gaudi, Gropius, Bach, Handel, Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, Stravinsky, Shakespeare, Brecht, Bergman and many more. An excellent copy in a price clipped dust wrapper. £8.00


ROSE, Felix. LES GRANDS LYRIQUES ANGLAIS. 1946. 2nd Revised Edn. Dw.
Une Anthologie bilungue de la poesie anglaise de Shakespeare aux temps modernes.
Avex des notices biographiques et critiques. £5.00

SCANNELL, Vernon. SPORTING LITERATURE. 1987. Oxford University Press.
Anthology of both poetry & prose on a sporting theme chosen by Vernon Scannell. (Shakespeare, Kipling, Masefield, Pope, W B Yeats, Byron, Auden, Marvell, De la Mare, Sassoon, Larkin, Wodehouse, Conan Doyle, Carroll, Betjeman, Wordsworth,E Waugh and Scannell himself.) Very good in like dust wrapper. £6.00

THE GOLDEN TREASURY OF SONGS AND LYRICS. ' 'The best songs and lyrical poems in the English language.' Ed. F T PALGRAVE. 1861. Macmillan. Green cloth, gilt, rubbed, ruled in blind on lower cover & lettered in gilt on spine which is frayed on ends. 4 notes on p323. Name & date on inside front end paper. An obviously much used copy - good. 332pp.
Shakespeare is listed among the many contributors. £50.00

IN PRAISE OF ESSEX. Ed. R BLYTHE. 1988. Alastair Press. Poems & extracts from the work of the famous throughout the centuries illustrated in black & white.
(Defoe, Drayton, Dickens, C Bax, J Agate, V Woolf, Shakespeare, W Morris, Tacitus, A Trollope, E Thomas, G Borrow, A Bennett, H G Wells, etc.)
An attractive production complete with an excellent dust wrapper. £4.00

HAMPDEN, John.Ed. GREAT POEMS. From Shakespeare to Gerard Manley Hopkins.
2nd Revised Edition.1958. University of London Press. Blue boards inside a lightly
chipped & frayed dust wrapper. £6.00

LEE, Sidney. STRATFORD-ON-AVON. From the earliest times to the death of William Shakespeare. 1890. Seeley & Co. Illustrated by Edward Hull.
Includes a folding map from Speed's map of Warwickshire of 1610. £6.00

KNIGHTS, L C. AN APPROACH TO HAMLET. 1960. Chatto & Windus.
A very good copy in a slightly frayed dust jacket. £4.00

LEWISOHN, Ludwig. THE LAST DAYS OF SHYLOCK. 1931. Thornton Butterworth.
A reconstruction of Shylock's life both before & after the events set forth in Shakespeare. Terracotta boards, black spine, titling slightly sunned. Front & rear end papers shadowed
but otherwise a very good copy in an unclipped, shelf soiled & lightly chipped & frayed dust jacket. Scarce. £75.00

A Rhyming Guide to all the Plays with decorations by David Eccles. Dw. 224pp. £8.00

SHAKESPEARE'S LAST PLAYS. 1938. Chatto & Windus. Very slight edge foxing not penetrating text, otherwise very good inside a stained but complete dust wrapper. £4.00

Revised Edn. Original wraps. £4.00

STOLL, E E. HAMLET, THE MAN. 1935. English Association. Original wraps. £6.00

TILLYARD, E M W. THE NATURE OF COMEDY AND SHAKESPEARE. 1958. English Association. Original wraps. £4.00

WILSON KNIGHT, G. THE SHAKESPEARIAN TEMPEST. 1932. Oxford University Press. Covers unevenly faded & edges somewhat worn-an obviously much used book lacking the front end paper. £8.00

FUHMANN, Franz. SHAKESPEARE-MARCHEN. (1970) Der Kinderbuchverlag, Berlin.
The plays retold in prose-German text. Coloured full plate & textual illustrations by
Bernhard Nast. Original pictorial coloured boards a little aged. 4th printing. 224pp. £8.00

GRANVILLE-BARKER,H. PREFACES TO SHAKESPEARE. 1930. Richard Clay & Sons. Second Series. Cloth marked & used otherwise in good condition, overall a nice copy. £6.00

telling the stories of his plays & what they mean.) £4.00

LEE, Sidney. NOTES & ADDITIONS TO THE CENSUS OF COPIE S OF THE SHAKESPEARE FIRST FOLIO. Reprint. 1906. Henry Frowde. OUP. Original wraps curled on the edges
with light foxing of the title page & edges otherwise a very good, clean copy. £6.00



OSBORNER, W J. ANNE HATHAWAY'S COTTAGE. 191. Publised by the Trustees of Shakepeare's birth place. Original wraps in very good condition. £5.00

An Address to Members of the Elian Club. A very good copy in original wraps. £8.00

KNOWLTON, E C. NATURE AND SHAKESPEARE. 1936. Sept. Offprint from PMLA. £3.00

1000 MAKERS OF THE MILLENNIUM. Ed. Fran JONES. 1999. Dorling Kindersley. (Shakespeare & many others.) Profusley illustrated in colour & black/white.
A very good copy in original paper covered boards. 272pp. £6.00

A SIXTEENTH-CENTURY ANTHOLOGY. nd. Ed. A SYMONS with intoduction & Notes.
Blackie & Sons. E Spenser, W Raleigh, P Sidney, F Bacon, C Marlowe, W Shakespeare,
T Campion, etc. are among the many poets mentioned.
A neat pocket sized book in red cloth, gilt decorations. Name on front end paper.
Spine slightly bumped & sunned but otherwise very good. £5.00

SHALL I SEE YOU AGAIN ? 1993. Pavilion, London. 'An Anthology of Love and The British.' Collection of writings edited by the actors Juliet Stevenson & Philip Franks.
Includes work by Auden, Larkin, Stevie Smith, Alan Bennett, MacNeice, Wodehouse, Shakespeare, Belloc, Rosetti, W B Yeats,etc. Very good in like pictorial dw. £10.00

Knights Press. A Miniature Anthology in Praise of The English Scene with extracts from the work of T L Peacock, R Browning, C Lamb, W Shakespeare, I Walton, Keats, T Carlyle, J R Lowell, W Cobbett, etc. Decorations by Gerald Gardiner. Original stiff wraps in good condition. £6.00

THE CHANGING YEAR. nd. Knights Press. A Miniature Anthology of The Four Seasons. Poems by Spenser, Ryder, Shakespeare, Cawein, Longfellow, Campion, Browning, Blake, Keats. Original stiff wraps. £6.00

THE OXFORD BOOK OF SIXTEENTH CENTURY VERSE. Ed. E K CHAMBERS. 1932. Clarendon Press. (J Skelton, T Wyatt, H Howard, Earl of Essex, P Sydney, F Greville,
R Southwell, E Spenser, G Peele, W Raleigh, T Lodge, C Marlowe, S Daniel, M Drayton,G Chapman, W Shakespeare, J Davies, T Campion, etc.) Name on front end paper.
A very good copy complete with Ribbon marker,. £6.00

THIS ENGLAND. 1964. Jarrold. Pictures & verse illustrating the beauty of the English Scene with poems from English authors including Shakespeare, M Arnold, Byron, Ben Johnson, S Rogers, Keats, Wordsworth, etc. facing & sometimes in with the text A Cotman-Colour Book in original stiff pictorial wraps. Very attractive. £6.00

TUDOR AND STUART LOVE SONGS. Ed. J.Potter BRISCOE. Gay and Hancock. 1908. Contributors include T Wyatt, H Howard, E Vere, B Googe, H Gascoigne, E Dyer, W Raleigh,
E Spenser, F Greville, P Sidney, T Campion, C Marlowe, W Shakespeare, T Middleton,
B Johnson, F Beamont, R Herrick, W Davenant, J Donne, etc. etc.
New edition with additions. Green boards. Top edge gilt. £12.00

VINTAGE VERSE. 1945. Hollis & Carter Ltd. An Anthology of Poetry in English compiled
& with commentary by Clifford BAX. Verse by Chaucer, Shakespeare, Donne, Milton, Blake, Dryden, Burns, Wordsworth, Byron, Shelley, Keats,Tennyson, Browning, Whitman, Manley Hopkins, Wilde, Yeats, W H Davies, Brooke, Eliot, etc.
Fore edge spot foxed not affecting text. Pictorial burgundy cloth, gilt decoration. £5.00

WAR SONGS OF BRITAIN. Ed. Harold BUTLER. 1903. Archibald Constable & Co.
"A record of the war of Britain as sung by her poets." (W Cowper, T L Peacock,
T Gray, Shakespeare, W Scott, M Drayton, A Cunningham, etc.)
Red covers dust soiled but not rubbed. A very good copy. £10.00

Words of wisdom about men, women & love by such as Martin Luther, Shakespeare, Napoleon Bonaparte, Lord Byron, Balzac, Thackeray, Nietzche, etc.
Coloured illustrations by Leo Meter.
Pictorial boards lightly sunned around edges otherwise in very good condition. £5.00

THE WARWICK SHAKESPEARE DEED. Sotheby's. 1997. Facsimiles of the Shakespeare Deed & a leaf of the Sir Thomas More play in the British Museum. 8pp together with
a folded sheet advertising work on THE GLOBE with a coloured representaion of the Second GLOBE. £5.00

HAMILTON, Charles. THE BOOK OF AUTOGRAPHS. 1978. Simon & Schuster, USA.
A Guide to autograph collecting with more than 1000 facsimiles of original signatures from Charlemagne to Chaplin, Shakespeare to Sinatra, Napoleon to Nureyev, Da Vinci to Di Maggio. Over 5000 prices as established at the time of publication.
Orange boards in a somewhat marked & frayed dust jacket. Contents very good. £8.00

SULLIVAN, E. VERULAMANIA. 1904. P P Opuscula. Opisculum XLIX.
A treatise concerning the Baconian theories of Shakespeare's works. Original wraps.
Signed presentation copy to Brother Alfred Daniel. Inscribed by the Author. £30.00

Illustration of the GLOBE possibly once a book frontis.
& the following relating to various productions of Othello:-
2. 22/1/35. OLD VIC; 3/12/39. Cast list production by Val Gielgud: 20/3/43. Arts Theatre Cambridge; 19/10/51 St James's theatre: 27/2/56. Times. “OTHELLO” as a film-Mr Orson Welles's Way.
3. Two cuttings relating to The “Slow Unmoving Finger“ one dated 9/3/30.
4. Without Miracle by H Hobson. 2/8/48 from the Sunday Times
5. 17/12/38. Short review of Shakepeare's Sonnet Sequence by Denys Bray. (TLS). £5.00

v.1/1-v.8/4. Special issues on American Literature, Yeats, J C Powys, Poetry, Fiction, Drama, Dickens, Literary Magazines, The Contemporary Novel, Shakespeare, etc. with contributions by J Wain, S Goodsir Smith, E Blunden, C S Lewis, J Stallworthy, N Tarn,
T Blackburn, R Fuller, G S Fraser, G Trease, E Jennings, H Macdiarmid, C Causley,
R Bottrall, A Wilson, W Empson, S Spender, D Moraes, V Watkins, T Gunn, M Lowry
& many others. 32 issues in original wraps, with indices - all published. £250.00

CATALOGUES of VALUABLE PRINTED BOOKS issued by Sotheby's. 4/10/71, 24/6/88 & 27/9/88. Illustrated in black/white with 35 colour illustrations. Includes work by K Marx, P Russo, R Ackermann, T Gilbert, R Whately, J R R Tolkien, W Shakespeare, E Pound, C Dickens, J Gould. etc. Original wraps. Total of 1056 lots. 3 catalogues. £6.00

THE HENRY IRVING SHAKESPEARE , Edited by H Irving & F A Marshall. Gresham Publishing Co. 1906. 14 volumes bound in green "Glasgow School" bindings by or after Talwyn Morris with art nouveau "peaccok feathers" gilt decoration. Notes & introduction to each play by various authorities:- R Garnett, A Symons, W J Rolfe,I F A Marshall, J Knight, O F Adams,
H A Evans, P Z Pound, A W Verity, H C Beeching, P A Dabiel, E Dowden.
Coloured frontis for each volume with black & white illustrations throughout.
A very good set in a print one can read. £140.00

A very good copy with two decorations by Eric Gill. Red cloth, gilt. £4.00

EPHEMERA. 12 cuttings from newspapers.
A cutting entitled ”a poem” by Ted Hughes-Shakespeare drafting his will.
4pp article from Sunday Times, “Bard of Prey” by John Cornwell. Colour illustrations. £10.00

Ed. Denys THOMPSON then F WHITEHEAD. English Association.
67 Issues out of 93 between 1/1-v. 24/1. 1949-1972.
Articles on a wide variety of aspects of teaching English in all types of Schools & in Further Education. The subjects range from Shakespeare to Beckett, from Existentialism to Vampires. The contributors include J Holloway, J Reeves, G Wagner, D J Enright, C Lee, V Scannell, C Lee, D Holbrook, D Davie, R Atthill, R Hoggart, C AParfitt, P Hobsbaum, N Hidden, L C Knights, M Marland, J Sibley, Storm Jameson, R Fulton, M Baldwin, H Spear, F Inglis, to mention only a few. £200.00

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