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Woolf, VirginiaTo the Lighthouse. With Tls on Monk's House Stationary Dated 3rd Jan. 1928
$23,753.00
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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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Virginia WoolfTo the Lighthouse
$10.28
Publisher: Dent , 1955
Dent 1955; 1955. 242 pages. No dust jacket. 1955 edition. Pink cloth boards. Tightly bound bright pages with light tanning to text block edge and endpapers. Pencil inscription to the ffep. Lightly soiled boards with light surface wear. Light sunning to spine. Light creasing to the spine and light warp to the boards. No Dustjacket Hardcover; Fair
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WOOLF, Virginia). LEASKA, Mitchell A. (WOOLF, Leonard).VIRGINIA WOOLF'S LIGHTHOUSE: A Study in Critical Method
$65.00
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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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Virginia Woolf [Carson McCullers, signature]TO THE LIGHTHOUSE [CARSON MCCULLERS' COPY]
$300.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Modern Library, 1937., 1937
Used - Good. This slightly cocked and somewhat edge-worn 8vo hardback bears the signature in pencil of Carson McCullers on the printed front free endpaper. DJ heavily worn at edges with several chips and four coffee stains on cover. McCullers would have been twenty at date of publication of this edition, but a sticker affixed to front flap states "As of April 15, 1947, the price of The Modern Library in U.S.A is $1.25 a copy". Thus it appears this copy remained unsold after publication for...
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WOOLF, VIRGINIA.To the Lighthouse.
$20,000.00
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Publisher: London: The Hogarth Press, 1927. First edition. Kirkpatrick A10. Woolmer 154, 3000 copies printed. Connolly, The Modern Movement #54: "the height..., 1927
Used. Small octavo. 320 pages. Very slight offsetting to front and rear endsheets, otherwise a fine, bright copy in original blue cloth and a very nice example of the Vanessa Bell designed dust jacket. The spine of the dust jacket is sunned a shade or two and has a fingernail sized professional restoration in the lower middle panel. A lovely copy of one of the twentieth century's literary highspots and arguably, Woolf's masterpiece. CONSIGNED BOOK- NET TO ALL."; includes dustjacket ((ENGLISH LITERATURE. HOGARTH PRESS).)
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Woolf, Virginia.TO THE LIGHTHOUSE. With TLS on Monk's House Stationary Dated 3rd Jan. 1928.
$23,750.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Hogarth Press, London, 1927
Used. 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 character done complete... (VIRGINIA WOOF COLLECTION)
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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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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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Virginia Woolf [Carson McCullers, signature]TO THE LIGHTHOUSE [CARSON MCCULLERS' COPY]
$300.00
Publisher: Modern Library, 1937., 1937
Modern Library, 1937.. Hardcover. This slightly cocked and somewhat edge-worn 8vo hardback bears the signature in pencil of Carson McCullers on the printed front free endpaper. DJ heavily worn at edges with several chips and four coffee stains on cover. McCullers would have been twenty at date of publication of this edition, but a sticker affixed to front flap states "As of April 15, 1947, the price of The Modern Library in U.S.A is $1.25 a copy". Thus it appears this copy remained unsold...
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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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