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APG 007.6 (2004). Stephen King. APG 007.6 (2004) Author Price Guide. (Dickerson: Quill & Brush, 2004). Includes a facsimile of the author's signature; a brief biographical sketch; a list of the author's first editions (American and British) current to the date of publication of the guide, with entries for limited and trade editions; number of copies (if available); how to identify the first edition; and estimated values with and without the dustwrapper (if applicable). Issued as a PDF file. Click HERE for a complete list of our individual Author Price Guides or for information about ordering the complete set on CD.
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CARRIE. Stephen King. CARRIE.
Garden City: Doubleday & Co. 1974. First edition. Black pen mark to black endpaper otherwise fine in about very good dust jacket with few skinned spots to front spine fold and internal tape repair to marginal wear at spine ends and corners. Housed in custom, molded clamshell case lettered in gilt on spine and with partial image from dust jacket embossed on front.

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DESPERATION. Stephen King. DESPERATION.
Hampton Falls, NH: Donald M Grant, (1996). First edition, signed limited issue. Number 117 of 2000 numbered copies (of 2050 total) SIGNED BY KING AND THE ILLUSTRATOR, Don Maitz. Small quarto (10.25 x 7.25"), black faux-leather boards stamped in black and red foil on front and spine; housed in publisher's matching red-felt-lined clamshell case. Issued without a dust jacket. Fine.

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WESTWARD HO! Charles Kingsley. WESTWARD HO!
Illustrated by N. C. Wyeth. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1924. Illustrated by N. C. Wyeth. "The Voyages and Adventures of Sir Amyas Leigh, Knight, of Burrough in the County of Devon--In the reign of Her Most Glorious Majesty Queen Elizabeth." Early edition with these illustrations, not the first, but in a scarce dust jacket with different image on front panel then is on the book. The first edition was published in 1920. Both book and jacket are in very good condition.

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MEN IN WHITE: A Play in Three Acts. Sidney Kingsley. MEN IN WHITE: A Play in Three Acts.
New York: Covici Freide, (1933). True first edition of this Pulitzer Prize-winning play. Illustrated with photographs from the stage production. Basis for the 1934 film starring Clark Gable and Myrna Loy. Faint pale-green stain to lower cover edges (not affecting spine) otherwise would be a crisp near fine copy of this book. In a good example of the scarce dust jacket with chipping to extremities affecting top of "N" in "MEN." Touch up with black marker evident on verso where there is also internal tape repair. A scarce book, scarcer still in any semblance of the original jacket. "Is There a Doctor in the House?"

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SHOELESS JOE. W. P. Kinsella. SHOELESS JOE.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1982. First edition. Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship Award winner and basis for the hit movie "Field of Dreams." Uncorrected proof, very good in gray, printed paperwraps with lower corner nicked, spine slightly sunned and light soiling to rear cover.

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KINSEY PHOTOGRAPHER: A Half Century of Negatives. Darius and Tabitha Kinsey. KINSEY PHOTOGRAPHER: A Half Century of Negatives.
San Francisco: Scrimshaw Press, 1975. First edition. An important early photographer. One of 2,500 copies. Two volumes, with contributions by Darius, Jr., and Dorthea, their son and daughter. Illustrated with sepia-tone full-page photographs throughout. Original buckram with photographic illustration mounted on front board of each volume. Folio-sized, 10 1/2 x 13"; each volume with a tipped-in color-plate frontis. Volume 1: The Family Album & Other Early Work; and Volume 2: The Magnificent Years. Fine, as issued, without dust jackets in the original slipcase. Almost as new.

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THE UNITED SERVICES COLLEGE CHRONICLE: 16 issues plus "Appendix & 'Tarass Boolba'," each in gilt-lettered, red cloth-covered chemise; 9 with poems and/or prose by Kipling (one also edited by him); one issue with text of speech given by Kipling at the school; the rest with notices of or about Kipling. Rudyard Kipling. THE UNITED SERVICES COLLEGE CHRONICLE: 16 issues plus "Appendix & 'Tarass Boolba'," each in gilt-lettered, red cloth-covered chemise; 9 with poems and/or prose by Kipling (one also edited by him); one issue with text of speech given by Kipling at the school; the rest with notices of or about Kipling.
[Bideford, North Devon: United Services College, 1881 - 1904. The first edition and only edition of each issue. Kipling attended United Services College, a preparatory school at "Westward Ho!" in the village of Bideford, North Devon, from January 1878 to July 1882. (His experiences there formed the background for his 1898 STALKY & CO.) He was appointed editor of the school paper, "The United Services College Chronicle"; issues numbers four to ten, published between June 30 1881 and July 24 1882, appeared under his editorship and contain items by him (many of which he never authorized for re-publication). Kipling left school at sixteen to join his family in Lahore, India, and took a post with the Civil & Military Gazette but occasionally sent poems and stories written for Indian newspapers back to his old school paper. The Chronicles issued after he left school include items attributed to him that were not signed by him by name, leading to much debate as to whether they should be included among his works. [Richards, pp.514-5]. **PLEASE NOTE: we include issues with content attributed to Kipling by F. V. Livingston in her 1927 bibliography that Richards omits in his 2010 work because, though Richards bases his attributions on a bound volume of the Chronicle in which Kipling signed his contributions and omits several Livingston attributions based on corrections Kipling made to a copy of her work, he does concede that Kipling's lack of attribution and/or corrections could have been the result of either faulty memory or the wish to suppress certain items.** The issues included herein are as follows: NO. 7, DEC. 5, 1881: issued under Kipling's editorship; includes "Told in the Dormitory [Part I]" (verse), signed "A****d T******n" and "Waytinge" (verse), unsigned [Richards C7]. Also "Answers to Correspondence" (prose), signed "Ed."; "Literary & Debating Society" (prose), unsigned; and "A rabid effusion, in the style of 'The Hunting of the Snark'..." (verse), unsigned [Livingston VII]. NO. 13, MARCH 25, 1883: Notice of Dunsterville as Caliban (prose), unsigned, most of the text not present due to a flaw in the printing; "Modus Vevendi" (verse) [Livingston XIII]. NO. 16, OCT. 15, 1883: "The Song of the Exiles" (verse), signed "Gigs" [Richards C18]. NO. 27, APRIL 12, 1886: "The City of Delhi Is Hushed and Still" (verse), signed "O.U.S.C." [Livingston XXVII "...probably by Kipling"]. NO. 28, JULY 2, 1886: "The Battle of Assye" (verse), unsigned [Richards C122]. Also a review of the Indian (and only) edition of "Echoes," which prints in entirety the poem "London Town" as well as 19 lines from "The Flight of the Bucket" and 12 from "The Cursing of Stephen" [Livingston XXVIII]. NO. 31, MARCH 7, 1887: "City of Dreadful Night" (prose), signed "R.K." [Richards C72]. NO. 35, DEC. 15, 1887: "Dis Aliter Visum" (verse), signed "R.K. (O.U.S.C.)" [Richards C60]. NO. 36, MARCH 31, 1888: "East and West" (verse), signed "R.K." [Richards C81]. NO. 40, DEC. 17, 1888: "Naboth" (prose), signed "O.U.S.C." [Richards C130]. NO. 45, JULY 14, 1890: Notice of Kipling’s visit, "Rudyard Kipling has been down here for a week this term after an absence of eight years spent nearly wholly in India. He got us a half-holiday." [Livingston XLV]. NO. 47, APRIL 10, 1891: Notice of Kipling, "It is reported that Rudyard Kipling intends to return to India in the Fall." [Livingston XLVII]. NO. 48, JULY 18, 1891: Notice of Kipling's "Finest Story in the World" [Livingston XLVIII]. NO. 55, DEC. 16, 1893: Notice of Kipling's article in the "Youth’s Companion" in the U.S. in which he "is enthusiastic about his old school, and divulges something that doubtless will be new to those in authority." [Livingston LV]. NO. 58, DEC. 17, 1894: Kipling's speech "on behalf of the Old Boys" honoring Headmaster Price upon his retirement, [Richards C599]. NO. 84, DEC. 17, 1904: Mention of Kipling in an article about retired gym teacher Sergeant-Major Schofield, "the Sergeant says that his gymnastic and athletic abilities were not striking, and in STALKY & CO a few facts lie hidden in a mountain of fiction. One amusing episode is worth notice. Kipling always wore spectacles, even in the bath, and it used to be a favourite amusement of his companions to filch them, and Kipling’s plaintive cry would be continually heard from the middle of the bath, 'My gigs gone again Sergeant.'" [Livingston LVXXXV]. Selfwraps; 12 pages each; not stitched or stapled; most with some pages uncut; all with mild to moderate darkening to first and last pages caused by offset from chemise inside covers; No. 28 lacking several pages (347-350 and 355-358 with all Kipling content present); No. 13 with printing error resulting in blank section affecting most of what we presume was "Notice of Dunsterville as Caliban." Chemise covers uniformly near fine to fine. RARE, EARLY KIPLING APPEARANCES IN THE MAGAZINE HE EDITED WHILE IN PREPARATORY SCHOOL.

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THE FIVE NATIONS. Rudyard Kipling, , Howell Arthur Gwynne. THE FIVE NATIONS.
London: Methuen and Co. 1903. First edition, first issue. 8vo, red cloth boards; spine lettering and top edge gilt; with 38 pages of ads at rear, as called for. Spine ends lightly frayed, corners rubbed, spine lettering dulled; still good or better. INSCRIBED at head of title page to Kipling’s good friend Howell Gwynne, "H.A.G. from RK Nov. 1903" and SIGNED BY KIPLING beneath his printed name. Together with AN ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH BY H. MACKERN FOR SCRIBNER’S MAGAZINE OF "THE EDITORS IN THEIR OFFICE"--namely the staff of "The Friend" (a short-lived wartime paper): Kipling, Gwynne, Julian Ralph, and Percival Landon, with all four men on and around a desk in Bloemfontein shortly after the British occupation during the Boer War. The photograph is mounted on a card SIGNED ON FRONT BY EACH of the four and with "Bloemfontein March 26th 1900" written beneath, apparently in Kipling’s own hand, and INSCRIBED ON VERSO BY THE PHOTOGRAPHER, "[illegible recipient] fr. H MacKern Scribner’s Bloemfountein March/29/00." Also with an AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED by Kipling to Gwynne dated simply "Tuesday" inviting him to his home, "I'm sorry about the [face?] and the [abscess?] It's an ignominious sequel to [dewetting?] -- and so very like life / suppose you come over here with a bag from Saturday to Monday / You will leave the bag at Rosebank station and our boy will pick it up. / You will not bring dress kit / You will come at any hour on Sat that suits you best you will name the hour whether before or after lunch. / There will be no amusements of any kind. / You can go to bed when you come if you like. You can have breakfast in bed or [illegible] & play with the kids & the lion at your will. A good bed isn't a bad place to lie down. / Ever Sincerely / Rudyard Kipling." Additionally with the poem appearing on page 65, "General Joubert," transcribed at top and bottom of the page in what appears to be Kipling’s hand. (There is no apparent difference between the printed and transcribed versions.) Howell Arthur Gwynne, British author and newspaper editor, was a life-long friend of Kipling's and pallbearer at his 1936 burial at Westminster Abbey. Photograph and signatures beneath it fading; offset to autograph letter, which is considerably darkened on front edges. A mounted photographic copy of the signed photo clearly made before it began to fade is included. Provenance: Sotheby's Auction, 1973. INSCRIBED PRESENTATION COPY WITH PHOTOGRAPH AND LETTER LAID IN.

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QUARTETTE, The Christmas Annual of the Civil & Military Gazette, 1885. Rudyard Kipling, Alice and Beatrice Kipling, John Lockwood. QUARTETTE, The Christmas Annual of the Civil & Military Gazette, 1885.
Lahore: The "Civil and Military Gazette" Press, 1885. First edition. "By Four Anglo-Indian Writers" -- i.e., Rudyard Kipling; his parents, John and Alice; and his sister, Beatrice. According to Kipling, in the winter cold "we four made up a Christmas annual called QUARTETTE, which pleased us a good deal and attracted a certain amount of attention" (Something of Myself, 1937). One of Kipling's earliest publications, produced when he was just 20 years old. Of the sixteen prose and verse pieces included herein, Kipling contributes five poems and three stories. Only two of the stories, "The Phantom 'Rickshaw" and "The Unlimited 'Draw' of 'Tick' Boileau," were later collected elsewhere; the rest were never reprinted. As his third work was only issued in an edition of one copy, this is actually Kipling's third obtainable book. In original paperwraps with small hole in rear blank, two small holes in margins of rear cover filled in, and bottom of front cover just beginning to separate. Still, nearly fine. Housed in custom cloth and paper chemise and full red leather, double top-loading slipcase lettered in gilt on spine. Marbled paper covered interior section of case worn on open edge and outer casing a little rubbed. Rare in original wraps. Richards A4. KIPLING FAMILY "ANNUAL" WITH MATERIAL NOT APPEARING ELSEWHERE.

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BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS AND OTHER VERSES. Rudyard Kipling. BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS AND OTHER VERSES.
London: Methuen and Co. 1892. First UK edition, "Special" large-paper edition printed on Japanese paper, finely bound and signed by the publisher. (There were also 225 large-paper copies in dark red buckram boards signed by the publisher.) One of only 30 of the "special" copies, this being NUMBER 20 OF THE 20 OFFERED FOR SALE. Bound in the publisher's original gilt-stamped vellum-backed white cloth boards. Also noted in vellum-backed orange-yellow buckram boards--no known priority. Includes "Gunga Din," Kipling’s famous narrative poem of India's northwest frontier from which Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur developed a story and Joel Sayre and Fred Guiol the 1939 screenplay for the film starring Cary Grant, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., and Sam Jaffe (in the title role). A crisp, fine, bright copy. Richards A69. ONE OF ONLY 20 COPIES.

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COLLECTED VERSE OF RUDYARD KIPLING. Rudyard Kipling. COLLECTED VERSE OF RUDYARD KIPLING.
London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1912. First UK edition. Number 494 of 500 numbered copies, SIGNED by the publisher and printer. Bound in full, limp vellum and printed on English handmade paper. Top page edges and letters of front cover and spine gilt. Silk ties lacking, hinges starting, some soiling to vellum and foxing to endpapers and page edges. Still, a nice copy of a scarce book.

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THE DAY'S WORK. Rudyard Kipling. THE DAY'S WORK.
London: Macmillan and Co. 1898. First UK edition, preceded by the U.S. edition. Light foxing to endpapers, name, slightly cocked, and minor wear on corners and spine ends, otherwise very good, lacking dust jacket.

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A DIVERSITY OF CREATURES. Rudyard Kipling. A DIVERSITY OF CREATURES.
London: Macmillan and Co. 1917. First edition. Red cloth with elephant gilt stamp on front cover and top edge gilt. Spine just a bit faded and foxing to front and back endpapers otherwise very good to fine, lacking dust jacket.

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FROM SEA TO SEA: Letters of Travel. Rudyard Kipling. FROM SEA TO SEA: Letters of Travel.
New York: Doubleday & McClure Company, 1899. First edition, two volumes. Volume II, page 90 reads, "fifteen hundred feet." First state with this error uncorrected. A collection of special correspondence and occasional articles written by Kipling for the Civil and Military Gazette and the Pioneer between 1887-1889. Both volumes are very good or better with light soiling and rubbing most noticeable at the spine ends and corners. Inside clean. Small contemporaneous bookseller's sticker on rear pastedown.

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INDEPENDENCE: Rectorial Address Delivered at St. Andrews October 10,1923. Rudyard Kipling. INDEPENDENCE: Rectorial Address Delivered at St. Andrews October 10,1923.
New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1924. First American edition. SIGNED by author on title page.The poem, an elegy on grieving for the dead, first appeared in the London Times. Very good to near fine with minor bumping on corners, light rubbing on edges, cracked gutter between verso of end paper and half title page, otherwise binding strong, in very good dust jacket with minor chipping and wear, encased in a red chemise and cloth slipcase with three leaher labels on spine.

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INDEPENDENCE: Rectorial Address delivered at St. Andrews, October 10, 1923. Rudyard Kipling. INDEPENDENCE: Rectorial Address delivered at St. Andrews, October 10, 1923.
London: Macmillan and Co. 1923. First edition. Near fine with light soiling.

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LIFE'S HANDICAP: Being Stories of Mine Own People. Rudyard Kipling. LIFE'S HANDICAP: Being Stories of Mine Own People.
London: Macmillan and Co. 1891. First edition. Blue cloth boards, gilt on front and spine. A little cocked and cover shows edgewear, still a good to very good copy.

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LIMITS AND RENEWALS. Rudyard Kipling. LIMITS AND RENEWALS.
London: Macmillan and Co. 1932. First edition. Red cloth boards, gilt elephant stamp on front, top edge gilt. Slight crease running down spine, otherwise fine in dust jacket a little darkened on spine and with a few small chips on spine ends.

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ON DRY-COW FISHING AS A FINE ART. Rudyard Kipling. ON DRY-COW FISHING AS A FINE ART.
Cleveland: The Rowfant Club, 1926. First separate book edition of this fishing story which previously appeared in a magazine. Number 85 of 176 copies printed for The Rowfant Club by Bruce Rogers. Marbled boards with printed label. Faint shadow where bookplate was removed from pastedown, otherwise fine. In original dark-blue paper chemise and matching slipcase with printed label. Slipcase shows wear to corners and edges, tiny portion of spine label is missing affecting "g" in "fishing," and a small piece is missing from bottom edge. Still a quite presentable example of the fragile slipcase. AN ANGLING NARRATIVE.

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ORIGINAL PROSPECTUS for THE COMPLETE WORKS: In Prose and Verse. Rudyard Kipling. ORIGINAL PROSPECTUS for THE COMPLETE WORKS: In Prose and Verse.
(New York): Doubleday, Doran & Co. 1941. The original prospectus for the series printed on special paper and in the original paper folder, with the original order form. The prospectus is 16 pages, including covers and measures 9.5 x 12". Paper folder somewhat smudged, otherwise fine.

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PLAIN TALES FROM THE HILLS. Rudyard Kipling. PLAIN TALES FROM THE HILLS.
London: Macmillan and Co. 1893. Later printing of the UK edition (the first was in 1890) from a Macmillan Uniform Edition of his works sent by Kipling to Captain (later Rear-Admiral) Robley Dunglison Evans (1846-1912). PRESENTATION COPY INSCRIBED on title page above the title to Evans, "To the Captain of the 'Indiana' from the author / June 96:" and SIGNED "Rudyard Kipling" above his scored-through printed name. According to Evans' 1901 autobiography, A SAILOR'S LOG, (two copies of which are included), "While refitting in New York, Mr. Rudyard Kipling breakfasted on board with me . . . . Some weeks afterward he was good enough to send me a set of his books. On the title-page of PLAIN TALES FROM THE HILLS, facing a beautiful picture of Sergeant [sic] Mulvaney, done by my dear friend R. F. Zogbaum, he had written the following graceful lines. . . ." The graceful lines he refers to are those of an UNTITLED HOLOGRAPHIC POEM Kipling transcribed and signed on the page opposite the title page. The poem herein is generally unknown as it was never titled or collected by Kipling [Richards, note to E1-65]. (It appeared in Evans' own book, in one other with a few minor transcription mistakes, and also a few times in journals all around the turn of the last century.) The "beautiful picture" Evans refers to is of the character "Private Mulvaney," who makes his first appearance herein. Zogbaum's 4 x 6" gouache painting of Mulvaney is INSCRIBED BY ZOGBAUM, "To Capt R.D. Evans USN / R F Zogbaum / June '96" and pasted to the copyright page with, presumably in Zogbaum's hand, "'Tis the trut' I'm tellin' you" written beneath. KIPLING'S POEM, in four quatrains, begins with "Zogbaum draws with a pencil,/ And I do things with a pen;/ And you sit up in a conning tower/ Bossing eight hundred men." And ends with "'To him that hath shall be given,'/ And that's why these books are sent/ To the man who has lived more stories/ Than Zogbaum or I couLd invent!" Small octavo, blue-cloth boards stamped in gilt and black on front and in gilt on spine. Evans' bookplate on pastedown. Expertly recased with original spine laid down, fine thus. Housed in lambs-wool lined, black cloth-covered clamshell case lettered in gilt on spine. PRESENTATION COPY INSCRIBED, SIGNED AND WITH HOLOGRAPH POEM SIGNED BY KIPLING REFERRING TO HIMSELF, THE RECIPIENT AND R.F. ZOGBAUM, WHOSE ORIGINAL, INSCRIBED GOUACHE PAINTING OF KIPLING CHARACTER PRIVATE MULVANEY IS AFFIXED TO THE COPYRIGHT PAGE.

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RUDYARD KIPLING'S VERSE (VOLUME I and II): Inclusive Edition 1885-1918. Rudyard Kipling. RUDYARD KIPLING'S VERSE (VOLUME I and II): Inclusive Edition 1885-1918.
London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1919. First edition. Three volume set. One of 100 SIGNED numbered copies, this number 41. Over 400 poems.. SIGNED IN ALL THREE VOLUMES, which are all in very good condition with Kipling's monogram on front covers, with all of the books quite solid. There is some soiling and light warping to the vellum covers, otherwise, bindings strong, corners sharp, bright gilded letterings on spines. Top edges gilt, other edges uncut.

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THE VAMPIRE. Rudyard Kipling. THE VAMPIRE.
Boston: Privately Printed, 1898. First Boston edition [Richards E1-23]. An unauthorized pamphlet featuring a poem written by Kipling to garner publicity for what would surely have been considered, at the time, a mildly pornographic painting by Philip Burne-Jones (a cousin of Kipling's) entitled "The Vampire," which was scheduled to go on display in London in April 1897. The poem became the inspiration for the 1909 Broadway play, "A Fool There Was," and 1915 film with the same title, starring Theda Bara as "the Vampire." Small, 16mo, handsewn, tan paperwraps with red vignette of bats flying under a crescent moon on front. Tipped-in frontispiece reproduction of Burne-Jones's painting, "The Vampire." Name inside front cover, few tiny, inconspicuous holes to spine fold, otherwise near fine. Quite scarce. UNAUTHORIZED PAMPHLET ILLUSTRATED WITH A MILDLY PORNOGRAPHIC PAINTING BY KIPLING'S COUSIN.

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THE DROWNED SAILOR And Other Poems. James Kirkup. THE DROWNED SAILOR And Other Poems.
London: Grey Walls Press, (1947). First edition of the AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK. Fine in dust jacket just a bit sunned on spine.

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