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1 LEVENBECK, Karen L. (Virginia WOOLF). Virginia Woolf and The Great War.
1999 
Syracuse University Press. New York. First edition, first issue. Hardback with wrapper. A very good clean copy in partially sunned and very lightly worn wrapper. 77056 
Price: 30.00 GBP
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2 WOOLF, Virginia. A Change of Perspective: The Letters of Virginia Woolf 1923-1928. Editor Nigel Nicolson, Assistant Editor Joanne Trautmann.
1981 
Chatto and Windus, London. 1981. Paperback. 600 pages. B/w photograph plates. Index. Tiny inscription to front endpaper. Fore-edge a little grubby; spine sl. sunned and creased with sl. wear to edges, overall a sound copy. 77092 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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3 WOOLF, Virginia. A Passionate Apprentice. The Early Journals 1897-1909. Edited by Mitchell A. Leaska.
1990 
The Hogarth Press. London. 1990. First edition, first issue. DW. Pages browned otherwise a clean and sound copy in a dustwrapper that is partially faded to rear panel and has slight signs of use. 80962 
Price: 28.00 GBP
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4 WOOLF, Virginia. A Writer's Diary. Being Extracts From the Diary of Virginia Woolf. Edited by Leonard Woolf. FIRST EDITION - FROM THE LIBRARY OF A. L. ROWSE WITH HIS WONDERFUL ANNOTATIONS AND NOTES.
1953 
The Hogarth Press. London. 1953. DW. First edition.A unique copy from the library of A. L. Rowse, the British author, historian and Shakespeare scholar, with his ownership signature to front pastedown (under flap of wrapper) with the later addition in his own hand, "re-read Oct '91" [Rowse was 88 at that time]. It is a phenomenal experience to read through his notes which are in both pencil and biro. He appears to be marking the diary as if it was a piece of work by a rather annoying pupil. Occasionally VW gets a couple of ticks and the word "sense" written by a paragraph but mostly he is rude, scathing and even occasionally uses phrases like, "silly bitch". He points out she is jealous, (of Katherine Mansfield and others), snobbish, supercilious, cold and unfeeling, especially over peace day 1919 - "All the thousands, the hundreds of thousands, the millions of lads dead, amoung them Pegay [?], or her young friend Rupert Brooke, or a Wilfred Owen. Good God, the supercilious coldness, the lack of any red blood, any sense of humanity - in a novelist." There are also lots of other asides about leftish intellectuals, feminism and more interesting insights of the period, for example.. "Simply because Maugham had flattered yg Isherwood." The rear endpaper has 20 lines of extra notes with page references.The book is a clean and sound copy in a Vanessa Bell wrapper with a sunned spine. From Wikipedia "One of Rowse's great enthusiasms was collecting books, and he owned many first editions, many of them bearing his acerbic annotations." 77212 
Price: 350.00 GBP
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5 WOOLF, Virginia. Between The Acts.
1953 
The Hogarth Press, London. 1953. Fifth Impression. Slight lean to spine. Pages browned and ownership inscription to front endpaper. Wrapper a little worn, and spine is browned o/w generally a clean copy. 73381 
Price: 35.00 GBP
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6 WOOLF, Virginia. Leave the Letters Till We're Dead: The Letters of Virginia Woolf 1936-1941. Editor Nigel Nicolson, Assistant Editor Joanne Trautmann.
1982 
Chatto and Windus, London. 1982. Paperback. Large 8vo. 556 pages. Index. Very small inscription to front endpaper. Fore-edge a little grubby; spine sunned and creased with sl. damage to head, affecting text. Overall a sound copy. 77095 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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7 WOOLF, Virginia. Night and Day.
1938 
The Hogarth Press, London. 1938. Third Edition (or Second Impression of Uniform Edition). Hardback. No DW. Green cloth, gilt. Boards slightly soiled, spine sunned and front board partially and lightly sunned. Fore-edges foxed. Endpapers browned o/w contents overall are clean and sound. 79989 
Price: 40.00 GBP
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8 WOOLF, Virginia. Orlando. A Biography.
1928 
The Hogarth Press. London. 1928. First edition, first issue. Hardback in a partial wrapper. Illustrated. Original orange cloth, partially sunned to spine and along top of upper board. Endpapers browned, edges and occasional pages foxed. A generally clean and sound copy in wrapper that lacks large portions at head and tail of spine, a large irregular portion to the top of the front panel and smaller portions to rear panel. 75435 
Price: 250.00 GBP
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9 WOOLF, Virginia. The Captain's Death Bed and Other Essays. FIRST EDITION, U.S.A.
1950 
Harcourt, Brace and Company. New York. 1950. First edition, USA. DW. Pages slightly browned, first edition printed to copyright page. Top corner of upper board slightly knocked, very slight rubbing to lower edge otherwise a very clean and sound copy in a lovely Vanessa Bell wrapper that is price-clipped, slightly sunned to spine and has a small brown mark along upper joint. 77210 
Price: 50.00 GBP
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10 WOOLF, Virginia. The Captain's Death Bed. and Other Essays.
1950 
The Hogarth Press. 1950. First Edition. Hardback, no DW. Brown cloth, gilt. Boards sunned, especially to spine. Some foxing to endpapers, o/w a clean, bright copy. 79096 
Price: 15.00 GBP
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11 WOOLF, Virginia. The Diary of Virginia Woolf. Volume I: 1915-1919. Edited by Anne Olivier Bell and Introduced by Quentin Bell.
1977 
The Hogarth Press. London. 1977. First edition, first issue. DW. Large 8vo. Outer edges of pages foxed, front free endpaper browned, slight wear to head of spine otherwise a clean and sound copy in a wrapper (NOT price-clipped) that is also worn at head of spine and slightly soiled and browned to margins of back panel. 77226 
Price: 60.00 GBP
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12 WOOLF, Virginia. The Diary of Virginia Woolf. Volume II: 1920-1924. Edited by Anne Olivier Bell.
1978 
The Hogarth Press. London. 1978. First edition, first issue. DW. Large 8vo. Maps to endpapers. Lower edge splashed with hot drink spots with one small mark to bottom corner of front free endpaper otherwise a clean and sound copy in slightly shelfworn wrapper (NOT price-clipped) that is very slightly faded to spine with small dents to tail of spine 77225 
Price: 60.00 GBP
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13 WOOLF, Virginia. The Flight of the Mind: The Letters of Virginia Woolf 1888-1912. Editor Nigel Nicolson, Assistant Editor Joanne Trautmann.
1983 
Chatto and Windus, London. 1983. Paperback. 531 pages. Index. Tiny inscription to front endpaper. Spine sl. sunned and creased with sl. wear to edges, overall a nice clean copy. 77090 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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14 WOOLF, Virginia. The Sickle Side of the Moon: The Letters of Virginia Woolf 1932-1935. Editor Nigel Nicolson, Assistant Editor Joanne Trautmann.
1982 
Chatto and Windus, London. 1982. Paperback. 476 pages. Index. Small inscription to front endpaper. Fore-edge a little grubby; covers rubbed and worn, spine sl. sunned, overall a sound copy. 77094 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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15 WOOLF, Virginia. MCNEILLIE, Andrew. (Edited by...) The Essays of Virginia Woolf. Volume II [2] 1912-1918. FIRST EDITION.
The Hogarth Press. London. 1987 
First edition. DW. 381pp. Small sticker mark to front paste-down (inside front cover), head and tail of spine very sl. crumpled o/w near fine in sl. used wrapper that shows signs of wear along edges. 51362 
Price: 50.00 GBP
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