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MODERN FIRST EDITIONS
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Evelyn WAUGH.

A small collection of some of his work & associated items .

All first editions in very good condition unless otherwise described.

 
 

VILE BODIES. 1930. Chapman & Hall. 6th impression.
Some pages lightly foxed otherwise a very good copy. £6.00
VILE BODIES. 1947. Heineman. A very good copy of this Uniform Edition in a frayed
& torn, but not price-clipped, dust jacket. £15.00
VILE BODIES. With new preface. 1965. Chapman & Hall. Dust jacket. £18.00

THEY WERE STILL DANCING. 1932. Farrar & Rinehart. USA.
First American Edition, second issue. In very good condition.
Dust jacket slightly chipped at head & foot of spine, stamped $250.
Published in England as Remote People . . . £175.00

BLACK MISCHIEF. 1932. Chapman & Hall.
Bkplt. Name on front end paper. Lacks rear blank end paper. £20.00
BLACK MISCHIEF. 1936. Chapman & Hall.
1st Modern Library Edition in very good condition. £6.00
SORT UHELD. 1943. Copenhagen. 1st Danish Edition of BLACK MISCHIEF.
(Davis, Doyle, etc. Give the date as 1958.)
Cloth bound with original pictorial wraps bound in. Binding frayed on spine. £10.00
BLACK MISCHIEF. 1948. Heineman. Uniform Edition.
Dust jacket torn at head and foot of spine & price clipped. £12.00
BLACK MISCHIEF. 1980. Folio Society. Introduced by W Deedes.
Illustrated by Quentin Blake. A very good copy in a slip case. £15.00

NINETY-TWO DAYS. 1934. Farrar & Rinehart, NY. Maps & photos by Waugh.
Very good copy in the scarce dust jacket which is a little chipped & torn
but largely intact. £500.00

DECLINE AND FALL. 1937. Chapman & Hall. Reset & reprinted.
An Illustrated Novelette. Blue boards faded in parts otherwise a very good copy. £8.00
DECLINE AND FALL. 1937. Penguin Books. A very good copy in original wraps. £6.00
DECLINE AND FALL. 1966. Heinemann. Modern Novel Series.
12pp introduction by Christopher Hollis. £6.00

SCOOP. 1938. Chapman & Hall. Ex-libris bookplate on front end paper.
Ist issue with “as” at the bottom of page 88. Edges of boards very slightly rubbed. £120.00
SCOOP. 1938. Little, Brown & Co, Boston,USA.
A very good copy of the first American Edition in the yellow/orange boards. £20.00
SCOOP. 1938. Chapman & Hall. A Novel about Journalists.
Ex-libris binding blue binding very slightly rubbed on edges.
Very light foxing on the half title page. £12.00
SCOOP. 1948. Chapman & Hall. A very good copy of the Uniform Edition. £8.00
SCOOP. 1982. Folio Society. Introduced by J Cameron. Bkplt on paste-down.
Illustrated by Quentin Blake. A very good copy in like slip case. £16.00

PUT OUT MORE FLAGS. 1942. Chapman & Hall.
Top edge coloured. A very good copy. £20.00
PUT OUT MORE FLAGS. 1942. Little, Brown & Co, Boston. £15.00
PUT OUT MORE FLAGS. 1942. Chapman & Hall.
Top edge unstained. A very good copy in fawn buckram. Small stain on end paper. £16.00
PUT OUT MORE FLAGS. 1943. Book Club Edn.
Dust jacket. Name on paste-down. £6.00

NOTES ON BRIDESHEAD REVISITED compiled by W S BUNNELL . 1981.
Methuen Notes. Original wraps. £3.00

WHEN THE GOING WAS GOOD. 1946. Duckworth.
The dust jacket has several small closed tears together with a larger tear to the base
of the spine but is largely intact in a protective glassine wrap.
Colour port/frontis of portrait of Waugh aged 26 by Norman Lamb.
The map of Brazil facing page 196 is intact and bright. £80.00
WHEN THE GOING WAS GOOD. 1947. USA. Covers slightly marked. £12.00
WHEN THE GOING WAS GOOD. 1948. Reprint Society.
A very good copy in like dust jacket. £5.00

EDMUND CAMPION. Scholar, Priest, Hero & Martyr. 1946. Little, Brown & Co. Boston. 1st American edition(June 1946) with a special preface by the author.
A very good copy in a very slightly frayed dust jacket. £25.00
EDMUND CAMPION. JESUIT and MARTYR. 1947. Hollis & Carter.
Second Edition with a new preface. 1st with illustrations.
Small circular stain above title on upper panel of dust jacket otherwise a very good copy. £15.00
EDMUND CAMPION. 1980. Oxford University Press. Original wraps. 1st thus. £4.00

SCOTT- KING'S MODERN EUROPE. 1947. Chapman & Hall. Dust jacket a little worn otherwise a very good copy with a coloured lithographic frontispiece by J Piper. £25.00

WINE IN PEACE AND WAR. (1947) Saccone & Speed. White vellum covers.
As usual the binding paste has been absorbed by the front & rear end papers
with resulting stain. Illustrated by Rex Whistler. Contents in very good condition.
The book is not dated nor numbered. £100.00

MONSIGNOR KNOX SERMONS. 1949. Dropmore Press. Dust jacket.
A Selection of His Sermons selected, edited & introduced by Evelyn Waugh.
Edition limited to 550 numbered copies. Original buckram in original slip box which lacks spine otherwise in very good condition. 8vo. Teg. £300.00

THE LOVED ONE. (1948) Chapman & Hall. nd. Illustrated by Stuart Boyle.
Dust jacket priced 7.6d with Cat. No.5065/4. An excellent copy. £70.00
THE LOVED ONE , HORIZON issue devoted to this first English publication of this story, Introduced by C Connolly. 1948. Feb. Original wraps a little frayed on ends of spine. Light fox mark on front wrap, internally a very good copy. £25.00

HELENA. 1950. Chapman & Hall. A very good copy of this Uniform Edition
in a slightly frayed & price-clipped dust jacket. £30.00
HELENA. 1950. Little Brown. USA. Frayed dust jacket chipped at head of spine. £20.00

THE HOLY PLACES. 1952. Queen Anne Press. Wood engravings by Reynolds Stone.
Edition limited to 950 numbered copies.
A very good copy in a repaired but complete dust wrapper. £185.00

LOVE AMONG THE RUINS. 1953. Chapman & Hall.
Edition limited to 350 numbered copies signed by the author with decorations by various
eminent hands including author's. Teg. Slight sunning of spine and covers.
Upper corners slightly bumped but really a very good copy. 49 pages. £300.00
LOVE AMONG THE RUINS. 1953. Chapman & Hall. Dust jacket.
First edition in very good condition with decorations by various eminent hands
including the author's. 81pp. £100.00
LOVE AMONG THE RUINS. 1962. Chapman & Hall. Dust wrapper.
In this edition the twin page illustration, "Exiles from Welfare" is inserted without
print on the verso. (Photocopy of the page is inserted.)
Priced 8.6d on the dust jacket. Excellent condition. 49pp. £25.00

THE SWORD OF HONOUR. 1955. Chapman & Hall.
The 3 volumes of The Sword of Honour Trilogy comprising
OFFCIERS AND GENTLEMEN
(1955), UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER (1961) and MEN AT ARMS (1962) - all first English Editions
in dust jackets, two of which are lightly soiled but with all print & decoration intact.
All three were signed by the author for the same recipient, one with a presentation inscription and the last additionally signed "In witness, Anthony Powell."
Futher details if required. £6000.00

OFFICERS AND GENTLEMEN. 1955. Chapman & Hall.
Dust jacket slightly frayed on corners & head & foot of spine. £30.00

THE ORDEAL OF GILBERT PINFOLD. 1957. Chapman & Hall.
"CAT NO. 5133/4" on dust jacket which is slightly frayed and soiled on rear panel.
Contents very good. £40.00
THE ORDEAL OF GILBERT PINFOLD. 1957. Little, Brown & Co. Boston.
A very good copy of the first American Edition in red & black boards.
Address blind stamp on front end paper. £15.00
THE ORDEAL OF GILBERT PINFOLD. 1957. Little Brown & Co,USA.
Price clipped dust jacket very slightly frayed on the ends of the spine. £25.00
THE ORDEAL OF GILBERT PINFOLD AND OTHER STORIES. 1973. Chapman & Hall. A very good copy of this new edition in like, unclipped dust jacket. £10.00
THE ORDEAL OF GILBERT PINFOLD. 1979. Original wraps.
Programme of the play adapted by Ronald Harwood & performed by the Royal Exchange
Theatre Company in the New Round House. Illustrated introduction by Irving Wardle. £10.00

RONALD KNOX. 1959. Chapman & Hall. Dust jacket. £50.00
RONALD KNOX. 1962. Fontana Books. 1st thus.
Inscription on front end paper otherwise a very good copy in original wraps. £4.00

A TOURIST IN AFRICA. 1960. Dust jacket. Travel Book Club Edn. £8.00

UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER. 1961. Chapman & Hall.
Dust jacket with price neatly cut out. £30.00

A HANDFUL OF DUST. 1964. Delta Bks. USA. Original stiff wraps. 1st thus. £6.00
EINE HANDVOLL STAUB. nd. Berlin. A very good copy of the german translation. £6.00

A LITTLE LEARNING. 1964. Chapman & Hall. The first volume of an Autobiography.
A very good copy in like dust jacket. £18.00

THE DIARIES OF EVELYN WAUGH. 1976. Weidenfeld & Nicolson.
A very good copy of the uncorrected proof in original drab wraps. £30.00
THE DIARIES OF EVELYN WAUGH. 1976. Little, Brown & Co. USA.
Edited by Michael DAVIE. A very good copy in like dust jacket. £15.00
THE DIARIES OF EVELYN WAUGH. 1976. Weidenfeld & Nicolsdon.
Edited by Michael DAVIE. Inscription on front end paper.
A very good copy in a price-clipped dustwrapper. £16.00
THE DIARIES OF EVELYN WAUGH. 1979. Penguin Books. Edited by Michael Davie. A very good copy of the new edition in original wraps. £6.00

A LITTLE ORDER. A Selection from his Journalism. 1977. Eyre Methuen.
Introduced by D Gallagher. A scarce set of early uncorrected proofs for the first edition
published by Eyre Methuen in 1977.
Two sections in plain green wrappers, the others unbound, as issued (7 sections in all). £100.00

THE LETTERS OF EVELYN WAUGH. 1980. Weidenfeld & Nicolson.
Edited by Mark AMORY. Neat inscription on the front end paper otherwise
an excellent copy in like, unclipped, dust jacket. £10.00

PRB. 1982. Dalrymple Press. Introduced by C Sykes.
An Essay on the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.
Of an edition limited to 475 numbered copies this is an "out of series" review copy
with publisher's review slip announcing the proposed publication date & price.
It is in near mint condition, complete with the prospectus which includes a note relating to the orginal publication taken from the Diary of Waugh.
Original publisher's cellophane protective dust jacket. £95.00

CONTRIBUTIONS to BOOKS and MAGAZINES .

WICKLOW, The Earl Of. FIRESIDE FUSILIER. 1958. Hollis & Carter, London.
Introduced by Evelyn Waugh. Frontis. Price-clipped dust jacket is torn near fore-edge of head of spine otherwise a very good copy. £16.00

THE ROAD TO DAMASCUS . The Spiritual Pilgrimage of fifteen converts to Catholicism. Ed. John O'BRIEN. 1949. W H Allen.
Contributors include Evelyn Waugh, F P Keyes, T Maynard, D Hyde, S Kaye-Smith, Editor, etc. A very good copy in a dust wrapper which is frayed on the spine but otherwise intact. £18.50

WILLIAM WESTON. 1955. Longmans. In the introduction the translator, Peter CARAMAN, thanks Waugh, "for his Foreword and much valuable advice".
Presentation copy inscribed by the translator, Peter CARAMAN. Dust jacket. £55.00
WILLIAM WESTON. THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN ELIZABETHAN.
Introduced by E WAUGH. 1955. Longmans, Green & Co. Illustrated.
Translated by Peter CARAMAN. A very good copy in like dust jacket. £20.00

THE ARMCHAIR ESQUIRE . Ed. A GINGRICH & l R HILLS. 1959. Heinemann.
Uncorrected Proof copy in original wraps which are a little frayed at top & bottom
of spine otherwise a very good copy. Introduced by Granville Hicks-The Literary Scene, 1933-1985. Waugh contributes St Xavier's Bones-1st bookform.
Other contributors include A Camus, T Mann, E Hemingway, N Algren, M Gorki, Sinclair Lewis, J D Salinger, N Mailer, D H Lawrence, C Aiken, E E Cummings, T Dreiser, A Huxley, A Moravia, G B Shaw, T Wolfe.J Dos Passos, S Bellow, F Scott Fitzgerald, J Steinbeck,etc. £12.00
THE ARMCHAIR ESQUIRE . Ed. A Gingrich & l R Hills. 1959. Heinemann, London. Dust jacket frayed. £16.00

GEORGIAN STORIES. 1926. Chapman & Hall. Bookplate.
Includes early Waugh short story 'The Balance'. Other contributors include M Armstrong, G Bullett, A E Coppard, A Huxley, W S Maugham, G Stein, etc.
Orange cloth rubbed and marked, spine sunned. £30.00
GEORGIAN STORIES . Ed. A WAUGH. 1926. Putnams NY.
Blue boards and gilt. Bookplate. Top edge gilt. As above. £30.00

HOMAGE TO P G WODEHOUSE . Ed. Thelma CAZALET-KEIR. 1973.
Barrie & Jenkins, London. Introduced by Lord David Cecil.
A very good copy in like dust jacket. Contributors include Compton Mackenzie,
R Usborne, C Cockburn, B Boothroyd, R Ingrams, W D Home, M Muggeridge,
A Waugh, H Longhurst, M Muggeridge,G Bolton & J Betjeman.
Included is a TLS from J Betjeman presenting the book, "I enclose a belated
Christmas present because I think William Douglas Hume's essay is good.
I have an idea P G W is a saint.. " £65.00

THE RUSSELL READER , Ed. Leonard RUSSELL. 1956. Cassell & Co, London.
Presentation copy inscribed by Waugh for his brother-in-law, Auberon Herbert,
"For Auberon with Christmas Greetings from Evelyn 1956".
With Acs from Waugh's son, confirming this. £250.00
THE RUSSELL READER . Ed. Leonard RUSSELL. 1956. Casell & Co, London.
Proof copy in original drab wraps bearing the publication date.
Edge of outer wrap & corner of some pages creased.
Includes in full Waugh's "Scott-King's Modern Europe" illustrated by W Eccles-Williams.
Other contributors include V Woolf', L De Vilmorm, R Fuller, K Amis, etc. £12.00

SEEDS IN THE WIND . Ed. & introduced by N BRAYBROOKE. 1989. Hutchinson.
Price clipped dust jacket. Inscription on front end paper. Juvenelia include W B Yeats,
T Hughes,E Waugh, Wyndham Lewis, K Mansfield, D Jones, J Joyce, G Orwell, G B Shaw,
R Kipling, G K Chesterton, E Thomas, T S Eliot. V Woolf, H G Wells, A Powell, J Betjeman, R Graves, C Isherwood, W H Auden, Dylan Thomas, etc. £10.00

MUNRO (SAKI), H H. THE UNBEARABLE BASSINGTON. 1947. Century Library. 4pp introduction by E Waugh. A very good copy in a slightly frayed dust jacket. £16.00

THE ENGLISH REVIEW . Waugh contributes THE DISAPPOINTING WAR , 10pp. Oct 1936 in bound volume in original publisher's cloth, Oct 1936 - Feb 1937. £20.00

FARRAGO . Ed. Peter BURRA. Nos 1-3. Feb-Oct 1930 .
Stories, poems, articles & illustrations (some coloured) by E Waugh, D Cecil,
C Day Lewis, R H S Crossman, R Swingler, W Godden, S Nowell Smith,
E Ravilious, J Salkeld, A J Symons, etc.
3 issues bound in one with the original wraps bound in at the rear.
Cover string marked otherwise very good. £50.00

PORT SAID by E Waugh in MEN ONLY. 4pp article. 1936. June. Original wraps. £25.00

NIGHT AND DAY. Ed. G GREENE AND J MARKS.
A Weekly Magazine of short stories, poems, articles, critical reviews of books,
theatre, cinema, etc. Within the compass of these issues can be found a host of promising authors & illustrators who have since achieved considerable reputations:-
G Greene -Film critic; E Waugh - Literary editor - in every issue.
Other contributors include A Powell, J Betjeman, C Isherwood, T F Powys, C Connolly, H Miller, A Huxley, C Norden(L Durrell), P Hansford Johnson, V S Pritchett, W Empson, H Read, Stevie Smith, O Lancaster, Ardizzone, N Bentley, E Fraser, R Macaulay, G Kersh, A J Symons, M Roberts, F Prokosch, Topolski, etc. The magazine ceased publication owing to the famous libel action brought by MGM on behalf of Shirley Temple, whom Greene was alleged to have insulted in his review of a film adaptation of Kipling's Wee Willie Winkie.
No 1-26 . lacking no.22. July-Dec 1937. 25 issues in original wraps; the majority
in very good condition but some staples are rusty.  £1350.00
(Some individual issues available)

  THE PASSING SHOW .
26/1/29. ( E Waugh-The Complete Journalist, 1pp article. An early appearance in a National Periodical. Other contributors:-W Scott, J J Farjeon, D B Wyndham Lewis, M Oliver, etc.) £25.00

BELLA FLEECE GIVES A PARTY. 4pp story in PICTURE POST . 30/12/39.
Original pictorial wraps. £20.00

THE OBSERVER. 1973. 25/3/73-13/5/73. Introduced by M Davie. Prepublication of extracts from THE PRIVATE DIARIES OF EVLEYN WAUGH. Illustrated. 8 issues. £50.00

ASSOCIATED ITEMS.

EVELYN WAUGH AND HIS WORLD . Ed. D PRYCE-JONES. Weidenfeld & Nicolson. 1973. Chapters by the Editor, A Pryce-Jones, P Quennell, Fitzroy Maclean,
A Flemming, E Newby, M Bradbury, D Lodge, D Carew, P Chetwode, etc.
Illustrated. A very good copy in like, unclipped, dust jacket. £16.00
EVELYN WAUGH AND HIS WORLD . Ed. D PRYCE-JONES. 1973. 1st USA.
Dust jacket. Illustrated. £8.00

EVELYN WAUGH . Ed. R MURRAY DAVIS. nd. B Herder. The Christian Critic Series. USA. Contributors include D J Dooley, A B Kernan, B Bergonzi, C E Linck, Editor, M La France& P Corr. Original wraps very slightly rubbed on edges otherwise a very good copy. £8.00

STANNARD, Martin.
EVELYN WAUGH .
1986. Dent. The early years 1903-39.
An excellent copy in like dust jacket. £15.00

EVELYN WAUGH. 1992. NO ABIDING CITY 1939-1966. A biography.
16 pages of black/white photographs. A very good copy in like dust jacket. £12.00

TO THE WAR WITH WAUGH. 1973. 8pp advance brochure & publisher's publicity letter of the book by John St John, issued by the Whittington Press with its specimen pages including illustrations by Peter MacKarell & details of forthcoming publications. £20.00

LITTLEWOOD, Ian. THE WRITINGS OF EVELYN WAUGH. 1983. Barnes & Noble. USA. A very good copy in like dust jacket. £12.00

WAUGH's RELATIVES .

ALEC WAUGH. MY PLACE IN THE BAZAAR. 1961. Cassel. Autobiographical essays. Dust jacket has two chips and a rub mark on the spine affecting part of the title.
End papers lightly foxed otherwise a very good copy.
(Alec Waugh-eldest brother of E Waugh). £10.00

ALEC WAUGH. MY BROTHER EVELYN AND OTHER PROFILES. 1967. Proof copy in original wraps. As well as general references there is a chapter entitled, "My Brother Evelyn"-37pp. £20.00

WAUGH, Auberon. THE FOXGLOVE SAGA. 1960. Chapman & Hall.
Author's first novel.. An excellent copy in a price clipped dust jacket.
ACS headed Literary Review commenting on a mistake made by the ABMR addressed to R Chapman. (Auberon-the eldest son of Evelyn Waugh). £8.00

WAUGH, Auberon. WHO ARE THE VIOLETS NOW? 1965. Chapman & Hall.
The dust jacket has one small chip on the top of the spine otherwise a very good copy.. £8.00

WAUGH, Auberon. A BED OF FLOWERS (OR, AS YOU LIKE IT). 1972. M Joseph. A very good copy in like dust jacket .. £7.50

WAUGH, Harriet. MIRROR MIRROR. 1973. Weidenfeld & Nicolson..
Author's first novel. A very good copy in a very slightly chipped dust jacket.
(E Waugh's daughter). £9.00

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