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JOHN DRYDEN. Clark Lectures of English Literature, 1948-9.
Cambridge:University Press. 1950. 93pp. A very good copy. S009.
JOHN MILTON AND THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION. A Study in the Sociology of Literature.
Totowa, NJ: Barnes and Noble Books. (1981). 238pp. With dust jacket. A near fine copy with just a hint of dust residue to page edges in like dust jacket, with just light soiling. S016.
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company. 1934. 316 pp. Hard bound. No dust jacket. 1st. ed. Green cloth. Some soiling down the spine, otherwise only lightly shelf worn. Internally, a very good, tight, clean copy. Small book plate pasted-down upper corner of front binding. 1/2x2" card tipped-in at top of front fly-leaf with previous owner's name and address, circa 1937. Dust jacket flap that has author's biography pasted down on page [1]. Illustration of "Tom" cut from dust-jacket pasted down on lower half of page 9.
KENNETH GRAHAME 1859-1932. A Study of His Life, Work, and Times.
London: John Murray. (1959). 400 pp. First edition. Illustrated with photographs. Hardcover. Binding is lightly worn at the edges and spine, which also shows some minor sun-fading. Interior is clean and free of stray markings. Plates are clear and bright. Overall, this is a very good copy.
New York:Random House. (1953). 308pp. With dust jacket. 1st. ed. Soiling and moderate wear of jacket at folds. Interior unmarked, with some yellowing. Otherwise a very good, tight, clean copy.
KIND LADY. Adapted from a story by Hugh Walpole.
NY: Samuel French. 137pp. Soft cover. Fine, tight copy. Renewed copyright 1963. Includes Property plot, set props, hand and trim props, prologue and epilogue, picture on set, sound equipment, sound plot, signal runs. Also stage manager\'s cues, lighting equipment carried, lighting set up switchboard readings, and costume plot. Fine, tight copy. 
KING KILL. A novel by….
398pp. With dust jacket. Internally, book in excellent condition. Externally boards sun-faded at edges; dust jacket lightly worn and frayed. 6-lines of autographed presentation of author's first novel.
Yarmouth Port, MA: The Register Press. 1962. 160 pp. Wraps. Covers show some wear at the edges and down the spine, but otherwise the decorative wraps are in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy.
Paris:Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian Centre Culturel Portugais. 1984. 252pp. Stiff wraps. Covers lightly shelf worn, with a shallow crease running down the length of the front cover at the right edge. Also some soiling to the front and rear, but otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, brigth and free of stray markings. Pages are uncut. Overall, this is a very good copy. FB013
LA BATTAGLIA DI BENEVENTO. Storia del secolo XIII. Edizione nuovamente revista, e corretta dall' Autore.
Firenze:Felice Le Monnier. 1852. 588p. 1/4 lea. Raised bands. Marbled boards. Internally, except for a small corner torn off the upper corner of title-page, presumably someone's name, a very good tight, clean copy.
Boston:Little, Brown and Company. 1940. 309pp + 5pp bibliography. Binding shows some wear to the edges and spine ends. Otherwise lightly soiled and in good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings, save for a previous owner's signature at the top of the first free end-paper. Overall, a good, tight copy.
LATVIAN POETRY. An Anthology of Latvian Lyrics in English Versions. Inlcuding the Story of Latvian Professor J. Burtnieks.
133pp. Wrps. Inexpensive paper aging and turning dark. Otherwise a very good copy.
LEAVES OF A SAPLING. Designs by George W. Caldwell.
[Redlands, Ca.]: [Wildwood Publisher]. (1962). 48pp. 2nd. printing. Wrps. With dustjacket. Pamphlet in very good, tight, clean copy. Dust jacket sun-faded at edges and spine. 
LECTURES IN CRITICISM. Introduction by Huntington Cairns.
209pp. With dust jacket. Internally several pages of introduction has ink-underlining. Rest of text in fine condition. Previous owner's book-plate pasted-down on front end-paper. Jacket frayed. Bollingen Series, XVI. Contributing authros include Benedetto Croce, Henri M. Peyre, John Crowe Ranssom, Herbert Read and Allen Tate.
LETTRE A SUOR MARGHERITA, 1956-1982. A cura di Claudio Quarantotto. Introduzione di Margherita Marchione.
Roma:Edizioni Di Storia E Letteratura. 1992. 382pp. + 17pp. Illustrated.  Wrps. A very good copy, clean and bright.