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68/1528 Wodehouse, P.G. What Ho! The Best of P.G. Wodehouse. Ed. S. Fry. London, Hutchinson, 2000, 1st ed. thus, 560p., orig. boards w. dustwr.

- Very fine. = SIGNED by Stephen Fry on title-p.

Idem. Tales of Wrykyn and Elsewhere. Twenty-five short Stories of School Life. London, Porpoise Books, 1997, 1st ed., VIII,323,(1)p., orig. boards w. dustwr. (fine). Idem. Wodehouse at the Wicket. Ed. M. Hedgcock. London, Hutchinson, 1997, (24),204p., orig. boards w. dustwr. (fine). Hall, R.A. The Comic Style of P.G. Wodehouse. Hamden, Archon Books, 1974, 1st ed., X,147,(1)p., orig. faux leather w. dustwr. (fine). - AND 9 others by/ on Wodehouse, i.a. HOMAGE TO WODEHOUSE. Ed. Th. Cazalet-Keir (London, 1973, 1st ed., frontisp., orig. boards w. dustwr. Second half w. sm. receding foxed spot in upper outer corner; upper margin of dustwr. trifle chipped); P.G. WODEHOUSE and C.H. BOVILL, A Man of Means (London, 1993, ills., orig. wr. Fine) and G. JAGGARD, Blandings the Blest and the Blue Blood (...) (London, 1968, 1st ed., orig. boards w. (sl. worn and sl. stained) dustwr.).

€ (70-90) 80
68/1529 Wodehouse, P.G. (Works in Folio Society edition). Lot of 13 vols., London, Folio Society, 1983/ 1997/ 2004, ills., orig. giltlettered unif. pict. boards (12x)/ orig. cl.

- Box of Jeeves and Wooster set splitting at foot of backstrip. All vols. very fine.

= Jeeves & Wooster (2nd printing, boxed set, 6 vols., ills. by P. COX); Best of Blandings (boxed set, 6 vols., ills. by P.COX) and Short Stories (illustrated by G. ADAMSON).

€ (70-90)
68/1530 Wodehouse, P.G. (Works. The New Autograph edition). London etc., Hutchinson, 1986-1987, 12 vols., orig. unif. boards w. dustwr.

- One vol. (Uncle Dynamite) w. titles ticker in red pen in list of books opposite the title-page. Otherwise very fine.

= Consists of the following titles: Right Ho, Jeeves; Thank You, Jeeves; Summer Lightning; Something Fresh; Uncle Dynamite; Uncle Fred in the Springtime; Psmith Journalist; Psmith in the City; Meet Mr Mulliner; The Mating Season; The Code of the Woosters; Heavy Weather.

€ (60-80)
68/1531 Wodehouse, P.G. and Westbrook, H. The Globe By the Way Book. New York/ Bristol, J.A. Heineman/ Sceptre Press, 1985, (4),IV,144p., num. ills., printed in 500 numb. copies, orig. wr. in blue cl. slipcase.

- Small chipped spot in lower right corner of final leaf and backwr. Otherwise fine.

= First facs. ed. after the ed. London, 1908. McIlvaine A10a 2.

Wodehouse, P.G. The Swoop! And Other Stories. Ed. D.A. Jasen. New York, Seabury Press, 1979, XVII,(1),205,(1)p., orig. boards w. dustwr.

- Fine. = McIlvaine B201.

AND 6 others, i.a. IDEM, Sir Agravaine (Poole, 1984, col. ills. by R. MCPHAIL, orig. boards w. dustwr., obl. 8vo. Fine); IDEM, Service with a Smile (New York, 1961, orig. hcl.) and IDEM, America, I like you (ibid., 1956, ills. M. SIMONT, orig. hcl.).

€ (100-150) 100
68 1532 Wodehouse P G  Cannon P H 68 1532 Wodehouse P G Cannon P H
68/1532 [Wodehouse, P.G.]. Cannon, P.H. Scream for Jeeves. A Parody. New York, Wodecraft Press, 1994, 1st ed., 86,(2)p., orig. cl. w. dustwr.

- Near mint copy. = SIGNED on title-page.

€ (50-70)
68/1533 [Wodehouse, P.G.]. Jasen, D.A. A Bibliography and Reader's Guide to the First Editions of P.G. Wodehouse. London, Greenhill Books, 1986, 2nd ed., (12),306p., orig. boards w. dustwr. (fine). Wodehouse, P.G. Performing Flea. A Self-Portrait in Letters. Introd. W. Townend. London, H. Jenkins, 1953, 1st ed., 224p., orig. boards w. dustwr.

- Wrappers frayed and chipped/ dam. = McIlvaine A76a.

Usborne, R. Wodehouse at Work to the End. London, Barrie & Jenkins, 1976, 2nd rev. ed., 255,(1)p., orig. boards w. (price-clipped) dustwr. (fine). Idem. After Hours with P.G. Wodehouse. New York, J.H. Heineman, 1991, 1st ed., X,201,(1)p., orig. boards w. dustwr. (fine). - AND 7 others, i.a. B. DAY and T. RING, P.G. Wodehouse In His Own Words (Woodstock/ New York, 2003, 1st Am. ed., orig. boards w. dustwr. Remainder mark on lower edge bookblock, otherwise fine); P.G. WODEHOUSE, Yours Plum. The Letters of P.G. Wodehouse. Ed. F. Donaldson (London etc., 1990, 1st ed., plates, orig. boards w. dustwr.) and F. DONALDSON, P.G. Wodehouse. A Biography (New York, 1982, 1st Am. ed., orig. hcl. w. dustwr.).

€ (50-70)
68/1534 [Wodehouse, P.G.]. McIlvaine, E. a.o. P.G. Wodehouse. A Comprehensive Bibliography and Checklist./ Addendum to P.G. Wodehouse. A Comprehensive Bibliography and Checklist. New York, J.H. Heineman, 1990/ 2001, XLIX,(1),489,(5); IV,52p., ills. by P. VAN STRAATEN, orig. cl. w. dustwr./ orig. wr., 4to.

- Upper hinge weakening. = Invaluable reference tool.

McCrum, R. Wodehouse. A Life. London, Viking, 2004, XIII,(1),530p., plates, orig. boards w. dustwr. (fine). - AND 1 other: P.G. WODEHOUSE, Author! Author! (New York, 1962, 1st ed., orig. clothbacked boards w. dustwr. Fine).

€ (100-150)
68/1535 [Wodehouse, P.G.]. Murphy, N.T.P. A Wodehouse Handbook. The World and Words of P.G. Wodehouse. London, Popgood & Groolley, 2006, 2 vols., V,(1),468; (4),570p., orig. unif. wr.

= Both vols. SIGNED on title.

Ring, T. You Simply Hit Them With an Axe. The extraordinary true story of the tax turmoils of P.G. Wodehouse. Maidenhead, Porpoise Books, 1995, 1st ed., XV,(1),255,(1)p., orig. cl. w. dustwr. (very fine). Murphy, N.T.P. (ed.). The Reminiscenses of the Hon. Galahad Threepwood. New York, J.H. Heineman, 1993, 1st ed., (6),266p., ills., orig. boards w. dustwr. (very fine). - AND 4 others on the same, i.a. IDEM, Three Wodehouse Walks (London, 2009, ills., orig. wr. With SIGNED DEDICATION on title-p.).

€ (60-80) 60
68 1536 Wodehouse P G  Ring T and Jaggard G 68 1536 Wodehouse P G Ring T and Jaggard G
68/1536 [Wodehouse, P.G.]. Ring, T. and Jaggard, G. The Millenium Wodehouse Concordance. Vol. 1-8. Maidenhead, Porpoise Books, 1994-2001, 8 vols., ills. by B. CANAVAN and A. SANCHEZ, orig. unif. boards w. dustwr.

= Mint and complete set. Comprises: 1. Wodehouse in the Clubhouse; 2. Wodehouse at the Angler's Rest; 3. Wodehouse goes to School; 4. Wodehouse among the Chickens; 5. Wodehouse at Blandings Castle; 6. Wodehouse in Woostershire; 7. Wodehouse with Old Friends; 8. Wodehouse with New Friends. All published.

€ (200-300) 200
68/1537 [Wodehouse, P.G.]. Usborne, R., Donaldson, Fr. a.o. Dr Sir Pelham Wodehouse Old Boy./ P.G. Wodehouse 1881-1981/ Three Talks and a Few Words at a Festive Occasion in 1982. London, J.H. Heineman, 1978-1983, 3 (of 4) vols., 34,(2); 44; 52,(4)p., 500 (numb.) copies (1x 100), orig. unif. wr.

- Fine copies; second vol. bookplate on verso frontwr.

= The second vol. is one of 100 numb. copies signed by the authors. Vol. 1, 2 and 4 of a series of four monographs on P.G. Wodehouse. The 3rd vol. is by C.E Gould, The Toad at Harrow. P.G. Wodehouse in Perspective (1982).

€ (50-70)
68 1538 Yesenin S 68 1538 Yesenin S
68/1538 Yesenin, S. Pugachov. Berlin, Russkoe Universalnoe Izdatelstvo, 1922, 3rd ed., 61,(5)p., orig. wr.

- Loose(ning). Backstrip partly worn away; wr. sl. foxed, creased and fingersoiled.

= Rare, published in the same year as the 2nd ed. (Petrograd).

€ (50-70) 50
68 1539 Zola É 68 1539 Zola É
68/1539 Zola, É. Humanité, vérité, justice. l'Affaire Dreyfus. Lettre à la France. Paris, Eugène Fasquelle, 1898, 15p., orig. wr.

- Backstrip splitting (partly strengthened w. sellotape); wr. sl. frayed and brittle.

= Carteret II, 497. First edition of this rare pamphlet. This moving address to the nation, published 6 January 1898, was Zola's last attempt to appeal to the reason of his countrymen in the Dreyfus affair, by setting out clearly the facts of the moral and political dilemma confronting the French people. It appeared three weeks after a similar pamphlet "Lettre à la jeunesse". A few days later, the acquittal of the traitor Esterhazy provoked his most vehement intervention: "J'Accuse!", published in the newspaper L'Aurore on 13 January. See also En français dans le texte, no.296.

€ (80-100)
68/1540 Zola, É. Oeuvres complètes. Paris, F. Bernouard, (1927-1929), 50 vols., contemp. unif. gilt hmor., orig. wr. pres., t.e.g.
€ (400-600)
68 1541 Zola É 68 1541 Zola É
68/1541 Zola, É. Thérèse Raquin. Paris, A. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven & Cie., 1868, 1st ed., (4),305,(5)p., contemp. gilt hcl. w. mor. letterpiece.

= Vicaire VII, p.1200.

AND 4 others, i.a. H. DE BALZAC, Une instruction Criminelle (Brussels, 1836, contemp. blindst. and gilt cl., sm. 8vo).

€ (150-250)
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