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London. E11 2QF.
THE LEGEND OF EROS AND PSYCHE. J Thornton, etc. 1908.
Unopened copy in original parchment wraps. £20.00
THE MASK. J Thornton. 1912.
Unopened copy of poet's 3rd book with light foxing on the front end paper. £20.00
FLEMISH TALES. G Allen. 1913.
A scarce title. Name on front end paper. £15.00
WALLS AND HEDGES. Sidgwick & Jackson. 1919. Uncommon. £16.00
BABEL. E Benn. 1927. A Dramatic Poem introduced by L Abercrombie.
Near fine in like dust jacket. £18.00
THE VORTEX. Gollancz. 1928. Dw.
Presentation Copy inscribed by the Author to Thomas Moult. £20.00
THE HUMAN DAWN. O.U.P. 1934.
Presentation Copy Inscribed by the Poet.
A very good copy in a slightly frayed dust jacket. £18.00
ENGLISH FANTASIES. O.U.P. 1935.
Presentation inscription from the Author on front end paper. Bkplt. Uncommon. £30.00
ENGLISH FANTASIES. O.U.P. 1935. Dw. £17.50
THE TOWER TO HEAVEN. O.U.P. 1936. Dw.
A version of Babel revised by the author for a stage production.
Small stain on front blank end paper & half title page. Owner's name on front end paper otherwise a very good copy in like dust jacket. £15.00
THE CURLEW CRIES. O.U.P. 1940. A very good copy. £10.00
THE PRINCIPLE OF UNIFORMITY IN ENGLISH METRE.
Reprinted from the Durham University Journal. Parts 1 & 2. June & Dec 1941.
A very good copy in original wraps. £ 8.00
THE THIRD VISITOR. Christmas 1942. Poem on a 2pp lightly foxed leaflet.
Blank upper wrap inscribed by Anderson. £15.00
PARIS SYMPHONY. Harrap. 1947. Introduced by J C
A very good copy in like dust jacket. £25.00
AN ASCENT. (1947) Fortune Press. Part three of the trilogy. £12.00
PILLARS TO REMEMBRANCE. Cumberlege. 1948. A very good copy. £10.00
TO THE DYFRDWY,THE RIVER I LOVE. 1951. Grasshopper Press.
Hand printed edition of 200 copiesA very good copy in publisher's original wraps. Uncommon. £25.00
ALMANAC AND OTHER POEMS. Macdonald. 1956.
Price clipped dust jacket a little torn otherwise a very good copy. £10.00
WHILE FATES ALLOW. 1952-1961. Bee & Blackthorn Press. 1962.
Portrait/frontis of Anderson by Gerik Schjelderup to comenmorate the author's 76th birthday. Dust jacket slightly frayed on top of spine otherwise a very good copy. £12.00
POEMS OF THE EVENING. 1971. Warren House
Original wraps lightly browned aroud the cover edges otherwise a very good copy. £12.00
THE VAMPIRE by Herbert PALMER. J M Dent. 1936.
The collection contains War Poetry, satire and parodies of the "Moderns".
A very good copy in like dust jacket.
This book is inscribed by the author, on the title page,
"J. Redwood Anderson from Herbert Palmer - 1936"
Also enclosed is an a 2pp Autograph letter, from Herbert Palmer, commending John Redwood Anderson's work & discussing his own work, his problems & publications. 2pp. £35.00
THE PLEASURE GROUND. 1947. Macdonald & Co.
A Miscellany of Original English Writing edited by M ELWIN.
Contains contributions by H Williamson, H Treece, S T Warner, T F & L Powys, L Marlow,K Hopkins, D Val Baker, J R Anderson, J M Murry, A GregoryE Myers, etc.
A very good copy in a slightly frayed dust jacket. £10.00
Magazine contributions/references to ANDERSON in
THE POETRY REVIEW :-
1944. v.35/3 . E Myers on J Redwood Anderson's Poetry-6pp with a short bibliography
of his work.) £12.00
1944.v35/5 . J Redwood Anderson-poem, etc.) £12.00
1945. v36/5-6 . E Myers on J Redwood Anderson'' poetry. £15.00
1947 v38/6 . J Redwood Anderson – poem. £10.00
1948 v39/1 . J Redwood Anderson-poem. £20.00
1949 v40/1 .J Redwood Anderson-poem, etc. £10.00
1949 v40/5. J Redwood Anderson-poem, etc. £10.00
1. 3 pp ALS from P R S Payne to Herbert Palmer commenting on the discovery of Anderson's books in Thornton's Oxford with a later additional comment by Palmer.
2. ACS from a Hull bookseller providing Anderson's address.
3. 2 pp ALS from Anderson's wife describing some of his books and topics.
4. 2 ALS dated 1935 & 1936 respectively to Galloway Kyle, Chairman of the Poetry Society, referring to a Poetry reading of his work; asking for details, suggesting poems & finally asking his opinion of the reading.
5. 3 carbon copies of letters from the Poetry Society dealing with Anderson reading from his work. One letter has "Sir" crossed through and replaced by "Madam" and is addressed to Miss J R Anderson. £30.00
A list of Magazine contributions available on request.
Postage extra at cost.