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WOOLF, Virginia). LEASKA, Mitchell A. (WOOLF, Leonard).VIRGINIA WOOLF'S LIGHTHOUSE: A Study in Critical Method
$65.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Hogarth Press,, London:, 1970
Used. (WOOLF, Virginia). VIRGINIA WOOLF'S LIGHTHOUSE: A Study in Critical Method by Mitchell A. Leaska. Octavo, red paper-covered boards, 221pages. Text includes a four-page foreword by Leonard Woolf. Inscribed by Mitchell A. Leaska on the front flyleaf: "For - - with special best wishes and affection- Mitchell A. Leaska/ December 13, 1970." A fine copy in very good, price-clipped, dust jacket; jacket has small chip on front panel (at fore-edge fold), with two-inch (closed) tear on rear... (WOMEN LITERARY CRITICISM HOGARTH PRESS SIGNED BLOOMSBURY GROUP)
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Woolf VirginiaTo The Lighthouse
$1,455.33
Hardcover
Publisher: Hogarth Press, London, 1927
Used - Good. "To The Lighthouse" first edition first printing 1927, Hogarth press, bound in rthe publishers light blue cloth with giltv title to the spine, the cloth has some staining and fading, the book has been re-cased with new endpapers, the pages are very clean and tightly bound, a cut signature has been tipped into the front flyleaf, the book has a fine first edition facsimile wrapper and the book is now housed in a matching light blue clothv slip box. a rare collectable item with a... (CLASSIC LITERATURE)
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WOOLF, VIRGINIATo the Lighthouse
$2,000.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Hogarth Press, London, 1932
Used - Fine. Newly bound in full green morocco, gilt with raised bands and dark green leather labels on spine. All edges gilt. In plain green cloth slipcase. This is a 1932 reprint of the uniform edition. Inscribed on a front blank in black ink "For Shirley Bishop from Virginia Woolf". Although nothing could be found on Shirley Bishop, the signature however does look good. Although Woolf signed almost exclusively in purple ink, there are examples all through her career of genuine Woolf...
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Woolf, VirginiaTo the Lighthouse
$27,500.00
Hardcover
Publisher: The Hogarth Press, London, 1927
Used - Fine. First Edition, First Printing SIGNED by Virginia Woolf on a hand written letter to her friend laid into the book. A beautiful First Issue dustjacket that is rich in color with minor wear to the edges. The book is in great shape and appears UNREAD. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning and the boards are crisp. The pages are exceptionally clean, with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A wonderful copy with the ORIGINAL dustjacket SIGNED by the author. We buy...
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Virginia Woolf, Eudora Welty (Introduction)To the Lighthouse
$2.00
Softcover, ISBN 0156907399
Publisher: Harvest Books, 1989
Paperback. Used - Very Good. Authors name inscribed on inside first page, else very good with no damage and no labels! Thanks for your business! Your satisfaction is guaranteed!
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Woolf, VirginiaTo the Lighthouse
$2,003.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Hogarth Press, London, 1932
Reprint. Leather. Used - Fine/Like New Fine in No Cover jacket. Small Octavo. Inscribed By the Author Newly bound in full green morocco, gilt with raised bands and dark green leather labels on spine. All edges gilt. In plain green cloth slipcase. This is a 1932 reprint of the uniform edition. Inscribed on a front blank in black ink "For Shirley Bishop from Virginia Woolf". Although nothing could be found on Shirley Bishop, the signature however does look good. Although Woolf signed almost...
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Woolf, VirginiaTo the Lighthouse. With Tls on Monk's House Stationary Dated 3rd Jan. 1928
$23,753.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Hogarth Press, London, 1927
First Edition.. Used - Good. Signed by Author Woolf, Virginia. TO THE LIGHTHOUSE. London: The Hogarth Press, 1927. First Edition of Virginia Woolf's fifth novel. "In writing To The Lighthouse, Woolf consciously used her own childhood memories of summer vacations in St. Ives, Cornwall, at Talland House (from where she could see the Godrevy Lighthouse) and drew portraits of her parents, Leslie Stephen and Julia Prinsep Stephen, in the figures of Mr. and Mrs. Ramsay. Woolf noted in her Diary,...
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Woolf, VirginiaTO THE LIGHTHOUSE. With TLS on Monk's House Stationary Dated 3rd Jan. 1928.
$23,750.00
Publisher: Hogarth Press, 1927
London: Hogarth Press, 1927 Woolf, Virginia. TO THE LIGHTHOUSE. London: The Hogarth Press, 1927. First Edition of Virginia Woolf's fifth novel. "In writing To The Lighthouse, Woolf consciously used her own childhood memories of summer vacations in St. Ives, Cornwall, at Talland House (from where she could see the Godrevy Lighthouse) and drew portraits of her parents, Leslie Stephen and Julia Prinsep Stephen, in the figures of Mr. and Mrs. Ramsay. Woolf noted in her Diary, "to have father's...
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WOOLF, VIRGINIATo the Lighthouse
$2,000.00
Publisher: Hogarth Press, 1932
London: Hogarth Press, 1932. Newly bound in full green morocco, gilt with raised bands and dark green leather labels on spine. All edges gilt. In plain green cloth slipcase. This is a 1932 reprint of the uniform edition. Inscribed on a front blank in black ink "For Shirley Bishop from Virginia Woolf". Although nothing could be found on Shirley Bishop, the signature however does look good. Although Woolf signed almost exclusively in purple ink, there are examples all through her career of...
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Woolf, VirginiaTO THE LIGHTHOUSE. With TLS on Monk's House Stationary Dated 3rd Jan. 1928.
$23,750.00
Publisher: Hogarth Press, 1927
London: Hogarth Press, 1927 Woolf, Virginia. TO THE LIGHTHOUSE. London: The Hogarth Press, 1927. First Edition of Virginia Woolf's fifth novel. "In writing To The Lighthouse, Woolf consciously used her own childhood memories of summer vacations in St. Ives, Cornwall, at Talland House (from where she could see the Godrevy Lighthouse) and drew portraits of her parents, Leslie Stephen and Julia Prinsep Stephen, in the figures of Mr. and Mrs. Ramsay. Woolf noted in her Diary, "to have father's...
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