Letters & Diaries Books
There are 14 books in this catalogue.
Letters to Véra
Nabokov, Vladimir; Voronina, Olga & Boyd, Brian (ed. & trans.)
Book Number: 65675
Penguin Classics 2014. 8vo. hardcover. 797pp. index. /b/w illus. Very good+. / Very good+ d/w.
153 Letters from W.H. Hudson edited and with an introduction and explanatory notes
Hudson, W.H. Edited by Edward Garnett.
Book Number: 64826
Nonesuch Press, London 1923. 8vo. hardcover, 191pp. 1 b/w sketch. very good, some flecking to cover, Ingleton bookplate on front pastedown, / no d/w. This edition, printed and made in England, is limited to one thousand numbered copies, this copy #764.
Davis, Norman (editor)
Book Number: 62745
Oxford at the Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1958. Small 8vo. hardcover. 165pp. index. Very good. / Very good clipped d/w. Clarendon Medieval and Tudor Series.
Gielgud's Letters: John Gielgud in His Own Words
Gielgud, John. edited by Mangan, Richard
Book Number: 56871
Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London 2004. 8vo. hardcover. 564pp. index, colour illus. very good, spine slanted. / very good d/w.
Letters to Monica
Book Number: 59273
Faber & Faber 2010 8vo. hardcover. 475pp. Near Fine. / Very good+ d/w.
The Letters of Rachel Henning, with Forty Pen-drawings by Norman Lindsay
Henning, Rachel (illustrated by Norman Lindsay) ; David Adams (introduction by)
Book Number: 61218
The Bulletin Newspaper Co.Ltd., Sydney, Australia, 1952. 4to. stapled wraps. 126pp. b/w illus. Very good, cover edges browned, light tape marks on endpapers, news clippings inserted inside rear cover.
The letters of Noel Coward
Day, Barry (editor). [Noel Coward]
Book Number: 61869
Methuen Drama, London 2007. 8vo. hardcover. 780pp. index, b/w illus. Very good. / Very good d/w.
Jack Kerouac: Selected Letters, 1940-1956
Kerouac, Jack and Edited by Ann Charters
Book Number: 61833
Viking 1995 8vo. Hardcover no d/w. 629pp. Good. In his prolific correspondence Jack Kerouac set down the raw material of the life that he would later transmute into his multi-volume "Legend of Duluoz". He also refined the seemingly freewheeling and spontaneous prose style that became his trademark. This volume contains many letters written between 1940, when Kerouac was a college freshman and 1956, immediately before his leap to celebrity status. They offer invaluable insights into Kerouac's family life, friendships, travels, love affairs and literary apprenticeship, and provide accounts of the events that inspired "On the Road", "Visions of Cody" and "The Dharma Burns".