(RACKHAM, Arthur). GOLDSMITH, Oliver; The Vicar of Wakefield

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From newsletter 21:

30.  POWYS, Theodore Francis An Interpretation of Genesis. London, Chatto & Windus, 1929. 26 x 17 cm. Cloth-backed decorated boards. (8), 104 p. Top edge gilt. Unopened. Austerely printed with Caslon type and a black letter on fine laid paper in 490 numbered and SIGNED copies. First edition. Flyleaves partly foxed. 

€ 35

* In the form of a dialogue between 'The Lawgiver of Israel' and 'Zetetes'. An 'original, heretical, and at times profoundly moving attempt to distil the spiritual truth from the Book of Genesis', according to Richard Perceval Graves.

From newsletter 20:

38. POWYS, Theodore Francis An Interpretation of Genesis. London, Chatto & Windus, 1929. 26 x 17 cm. Cloth-backed decorated boards (without dust wrapper). (8), 104 p. Top edge gilt. Unopened. Austerely printed with Caslon type and a black letter on fine laid paper in 490 numbered and SIGNED copies. First edition. Flyleaves partly foxed.

€ 50

* In the form of a dialogue between 'The Lawgiver of Israel' and 'Zetetes'. An 'original, heretical, and at times profoundly moving attempt to distil the spiritual truth from the Book of Genesis', according to Richard Perceval Graves.

From newsletter 2:

14 POWYS, Theodore Francis An Interpretation of Genesis. London, Chatto & Windus, 1929. 26 x 17 cm. Cloth-backed decorated boards with dust jacket. (8), 104 p. Top edge gilt. Unopened. One of 490 numbered and signed copies. First edition. Jacket with two 5-cm-tears and slightly soiled, some edgewear. Flyleaves partly foxed.

€ 75

* In the form of a dialogue between 'The Lawgiver of Israel' and 'Zetetes'. An 'original, heretical, and at times profoundly moving attempt to distil the spiritual truth from the Book of Genesis', according to Richard Perceval Graves. Sternly printed with Caslon type and a black letter on fine laid paper.


15 POWYS, Theodore Francis Fables. With four drawings by Gilbert Spencer. London, Chatto & Windus, 1929. 23 x 15 cm. Cloth with DJ. Orig. buckram with morocco title ticket and dust jacket. (2), x, 280 pp. Top gilt. Uncut. No. 20 of 700 numbered copies, SIGNED by Theodore Powys. Printed on heavy wove paper. Special simple cream-coloured dust jacket for the limited edition somewhat discoloured and a bit spotted. First Edition.

€ 85

* Nineteen stories with bizarre titles, for instance 'The Clout and the Pan', 'Mr. Pim and the Holy Crumb', 'The Seaweed and the Cuckoo-Clock', 'Darkness and Nathaniel'. An charming book of enchanting literature.