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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.

click for a larger image of item #35052, The Dial, July 1923 (Greenwich), (Dial Publishing), 1923. Contains "Mrs Dalloway in Bond Street," which was published in book form, as the opening of Mrs Dalloway, in 1925, with notable changes. Here, the first line reads: “Mrs Dalloway said she would buy the gloves herself.” Of course, she famously buys flowers. Small spot to front cover; a very near fine copy in wrappers. [#035052] $750
click for a larger image of item #17634, Jacob's Room NY, Harcourt Brace, (1923). The first American edition. Owner name on flyleaf; stray pen mark rear cover; some abrasion to spine label; modest general handling. About near fine, lacking the dust jacket. [#017634] $225
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click for a larger image of item #35306, Woman of Letters: A Life of Virginia Woolf NY, Oxford University Press, 1978. Warmly inscribed by Rose to film critic Pauline Kael in 1981. A short biography of Woolf, emphasizing her feminism: the author wrote "I view Woolf's feminism as the crux of her emotional as well as her intellectual life. She was the most ingratiating and, in some ways, the most sophisticated spokesman that feminism has ever had." With an autograph note signed from Rose to Kael laid in. Near fine in a near fine, price-clipped dust jacket. [#035306] $150