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Greene, Graham

Published by London: William Heinemann (1931)

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Item Description: London: William Heinemann, 1931. First edition, first printing. Original cloth in dustwrapper. An excellent near fine clean and bright copy, without inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the first issue rubbed, nicked and lightly creased dustwrapper which has a chip to the top right corner of the upper panel and some short closed tears to the extremities. The dustwrapper is priced 7/6 net on the spine as called for. Although the author did not allow the book to be reprinted, the dustwrapper does exist in two states. Following poor sales, the publisher replaced the original 7/6 net dustwrappers on all unsold copies with a second issue, the price reduced to 3/6net on the spine. One of the great rarities in the Greene cannon. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers. Bookseller Inventory # 8677

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GREENE, Graham.

Published by London: William Heinemann Limited, 1939 (1939)

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Item Description: London: William Heinemann Limited, 1939, 1939. Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine in red, buff endpapers. With the dust jacket. Housed in a green quarter morocco solander box made by the Chelsea Bindery. Contents lightly toned as usual, spine gently rolled but an excellent copy in the somewhat marked and frayed dust jacket with very small loss at the overlapping top edge. In fact a very nice copy indeed of a vulnerable late 1930s thriller. First edition, first impression. One of the author's key pre-war mystery novels. Exceptionally scarce in dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory # 92203

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Greene, Graham

Published by Heinemann, London (1959)

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Item Description: Heinemann, London, 1959. First edition. Octavo, original green cloth. Limited to 250 copies. Inscribed by the author to Ian Fleming and his wife, "For Ian + Anne Fleming with all good wishes for the grim season from Graham Greene Christmas 1960." Corners lightly bumped, else a near fine copy in a very good dust jacket with a stray pen mark to the front panel and some smudges. A magnificent association copy between two of the greatest spy novelists of the twentieth century. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. INSCRIBED BY GRAHAM GREENE TO IAN FLEMING. Bookseller Inventory # 2451

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GREENE GRAHAM

Published by Heinemann, London (1943)

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Item Description: Heinemann, London, 1943. Hard Cover. Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket. First Edition. Original yellow cloth, titles to spine in black, buff endpapers. A fine copy in like D/W with just a hint of fraying at the head of the spine but with absolutely no fading whatsoever to the spine. Exceedingly uncommon in this outstanding condition. The D/W is printed on the verso of Margery Allingham’s Traitor’s Purse (also scarce!). A superb collector’s copy that would grace any serious Graham Greene collection. Bookseller Inventory # 355490713426

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GREENE, Graham

Published by Heinemann (1953)

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Item Description: Heinemann, 1953. First edition. Original red cloth in dustwrapper. Author's presentation copy inscribed to Evelyn Waugh on the front endpaper, "To Evelyn with so many thanks for Love Among the Ruins, affectionately, Graham." Waugh's bookplate to front pastedown. A very good copy with a touch of fading to the spine in (supplied) dustwrapper, which is worn with shallow chipping to the head of the spine and a couple of closed tears. A monumental association copy, linking the two great Catholic writers of the twentieth century. Waugh and Greene were contemporaries at Oxford though not friends at the time. They began a long friendship and series of correspondence in the mid thirties. Both were famous converts to Catholicism, though differed greatly in their interpretation of their religion. Politically they also differed as Greene was a staunch socialist and Waugh maintained a right wing leaning. Despite numerous arguments they maintained a deep friendship born from a mutual respect of each others work. "When I come to die, I shall wish he [Waugh] were beside me, for he would give me no easy comfort. Our politics were a hundred miles apart and he regarded my Catholicism as heretical. What indeed had made us friends? He wrote to me in October 1952, 'I am just completing my forty-ninth year. You are just beginning yours. It is the grand climacteric which sets the course of the rest of one's life, I am told. It has been a year of lost friends for me. Not by death but by wear and tear. Our friendship started rather late. Pray God it lasts.' It did." The bulk of Evelyn Waugh's library was bought en bloc by the Ransom Centre at the University of Texas at Austin. As a consequence books from Waugh's library, particularly with such a significant association, are very seldom found in commerce. Bookseller Inventory # 33710

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Graham Greene

Published by Heinemann, London (1943)

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Item Description: Heinemann, London, 1943. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. HARDBACK - The book is in near fine condition, free of any previous owner names or Inscriptions. The yellow boards are clean and free of any fading. The inner pages are very clean and free of finger marks or foxing. The dust wrapper is in near fine condition with very minor chipping to the spine tip, and to the corners of the front and rear flap folds. Correctly priced at 8s.6d.net, and also printed to wartime production standards, with the printing of the famous Margery Allingham title - Traitor's Purse to the reverse of the dust wrapper. Overall a superb example of a notoriously fragile title. Bookseller Inventory # 000610

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Graham Greene

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Item Description: Heinemann, London, 1938. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. HARDBACK - A near fine, first edition book that is free of any owner names or inscriptions. The pages are clean with just a touch of foxing to the page block. The red boards are clean with un bumped corners and spine tips. There are some faint black spots to the spine, but the gilt lettering is fresh and bright. Included with this book is the rare Heinemann review slip. The review slip is loosly inserted into the book. The D/W IS A SECOND IMPRESSION.printed only two months after the first impression. The very fragile wrapper has benefitted from some subtle restoration to the spine tips and to the corners of the front and rear flap folds. The end result is a wrapper that is now complete, and is excellent in appearence. There is light fading to the wrapper's spine, and light soiling to the rear panel. Although the d/w has been lightly restored, we have ensured that the wrapper is as original as possible, with no unnecassary cleaning. The dust wrapper has been repriced at 4s.net to the front flap. The dust wrapper folds tightly around the book. We gave up the hope, many years ago of ever thinking we would be able to obtain a first/ first of this title. For some reason, the first impression of this dust wrapper is impossibly rare. This second Impression wrapper, nearly as rare. A very nice example of one of Graham Greene's most iconic, and most sought after titles, and a true highlight in any collection. Bookseller Inventory # 000676

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Greene, Graham

Published by Heinemann, London (1955)

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Item Description: Heinemann, London, 1955. First edition. Octavo, original blue cloth. Inscribed by the author to novelist Rex Warner and his wife, Barbara Rothschild, "For Rex + Barbara with love, from Graham." A few small spots to the text block, near fine in a near fine dust jacket with the lightest of shelf wear. Rex Warner was an English novelist, classicist, and translator. Writer and critic V. S. Pritchett described Warner as "the only outstanding novelist of ideas whom the decade of ideas produced." Greene and Warner, both educated at Oxford traveled in many of the same circles, and Barbara was a close friend of Catherine Walston, with whom Greene was having an affair. Rex and Barbara met at a party hosted by Greene, and Greene and Walston would often spend weekends with the couple at Barbara Rothchild’s home in Tackley, England. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. A wonderful association copy. Against the intrigue and violence of Vietnam during the French war with the Vietminh, Alden Pyle, an idealistic young American, is sent to promote democracy, as his friend, Fowler, a cynical foreign correspondent, looks on. Fowler’s mistress, a beautiful native girl, creates a catalyst for jealousy and competition between the men, and a cultural clash resulting in bloodshed and deep misgivings. Written in 1955 prior to the Vietnam conflict, The Quiet American foreshadows the events leading up to the Vietnam conflict. The Quiet American proves "urgent, mournful and unsparing there’s not another book quite like it" (Salon). Adapted to the screen in 1958, and again in 2002 starring Michael Caine and Brendan Fraser. Bookseller Inventory # 4165

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Graham Greene

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Item Description: Heinemann, London, 1943. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. HARDBACK - The book is in near fine condition, free of any previous owner names or Inscriptions. The yellow boards are clean and free of any fading. The inner pages are very clean and free of finger marks or foxing. The dust wrapper is in near fine condition with a very minor chip to the spine tip, and to the corners of the front and rear flap folds. Correctly priced at 8s.6d.net, printed to wartime production standards, with the printing of the J B Priestly title - Faraway - to the reverse of the dust wrapper. Overall a superb example of a notoriously fragile title. Bookseller Inventory # 000924

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Greene, Graham

Published by Heinemann, London (1929)

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Item Description: Heinemann, London, 1929. 1st Edition. Spectacular First edition of Greene's first novel. Publisher's black cloth, spine lettered gilt. A fine fresh copy in an exceptional dustwrapper. Certainly one of the finest available on the market. Wobbe A2. The title for THE MAN WITHIN (1929) was taken from Sir Thomas Browne's (1605-1682) "There's another man within me that's angry with me." The film version of the book, starring Michael Redgrave & Richard Attenborough, was made in 1947. Bookseller Inventory # 27039

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Greene, Graham

Published by Oxford: Basil Blackwell (1925)

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Item Description: Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1925. First and only edition. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. Publisher’s grey paper-covered boards with titles in blue to the upper board and spine, in dustwrapper. A superb near fine copy, lightly bumped to the spine tips, the pages uncut. Complete with the near fine lightly rubbed and darkened dustwrapper. Both the book and wrapper are entirely without repair or restoration. Housed in a purpose-made cloth folding case with gilt stamped leather labels to the upper lid and spine. 300 copies printed. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "For Anthony Hobson - this ghastly memory of the Greene years from Graham Greene". Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers. Bookseller Inventory # 9405

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Item Description: London: William Heinemann and The Bodley Head, 1970–82, 1970. 22 volumes, octavo. Recent green morocco, titles and decoration to spines, single rule to boards, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. A fine set. First collected edition; each volume contains a new introduction by the author. Bookseller Inventory # 82044

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Greene, Graham.

Published by Blackwell, Oxford, (1925)

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Item Description: Blackwell, Oxford, 1925. Hardback. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. First Edition of Greene's first book, a Fine copy in a Near Fine Jacket and with great provenance.One of only 300 printed this ex-Libris Anthony Powell (author, 1905-2000). Provenance: R.W. Ketton-Cremer (1906-1969), ownership inscription (1925) on front free endpaper; gifted by Kretton-Cremer to Anthony Powell, inscribed "A.D.P. from R.W.K.C. MCMLIII. A scarce and curious volume".The biographer and county historian Ketton-Cremer was a contemporary of both Graham Greene and Anthony Powell at Balliol College, Oxford in the 1920s. "Greene and I met only once there. that was in Sligger's rooms. I addressed a remark to him, at which he replied rather sharply. No doubt it was foolish or frivolous. We did not meet again until 1933 or 1934, when we saw a certain amount of each other in the years just before the war" (Powell, Miscellaneous Verdicts, 1990, p.339). Bookseller Inventory # 105834

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Greene (Graham)

Published by Heinemann (1929)

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Item Description: Heinemann, 1929. FIRST EDITION, pp. [x], 354, 8vo, original black cloth with blind-stamped border and publisher's device to upper and lower board respectively, backstrip lettered in gilt, edges very lightly toned, bookplate tipped in to flyleaf, dustjacket with backstrip panel lightly toned and some very light creasing at head, custom box, near fine. The author's first novel, preceded only by a book of poems entitled Babbling April. The first issue dustjacket has a front flap announcing the book, a rear flap advertising Onions' 'The Painted Face', and a rear panel advertising Heinemann publications. (Wobbe A2a). Bookseller Inventory # 53821

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GREENE, Graham

Published by London Heinemann (1932)

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Item Description: London Heinemann, 1932. First edition, first issue, recalled by the publishers after objections by J.B. Priestley. Original black cloth lettered in gilt to the spine. Endpapers on thicker stock, possibly supplied later. A very good copy with minor surface wear to the covers and slight dulling to the gilt. Internally very clean. The minor character of Q.C. Savory, an ever-so-slightly ridiculous Cockney novelist, had been created by Greene as a rather cruel parody of J.B. Priestley. Priestley (also a Heinemann author) having received an advance copy to review for the Evening Standard had taken exception to this lampooning and threatened legal action, causing the publishers to recall all advance copies and make changes to the text to appease Priestley. "My suggestion that we should fight the libel action was brushed aside. Evans made it clear to me that if Heinemann were going to lose an author, they would much prefer to lose me. Thirteen thousand copies of the book had already been printed and bound. Pages would have to be substituted, and I must share the cost. Alterations had to be made at once, on the spot, without reflection." - Graham Greene (A Sort of Life). The various changes included Q.C. Savory to Quin Savory. Savory's references to Dickens were changed to Chaucer or Shakespeare and his penchant for the pipe (for which Priestley was famous) was changed to cigars. Only a handful of copies with the original text survived the cull and it is now very rarely seen in commerce. Bookseller Inventory # 32713

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GREENE, Graham.

Published by London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1958 (1958)

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Item Description: London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1958, 1958. Octavo. Original blue cloth, spine lettered in gilt. With the jacket. Spine cocked but a decent enough copy in a supplied dust jacket, price-clipped and with mildly toned spine. First edition, first impression. A superb association copy with the author's signed presentation inscription to the front free endpaper, "Dear Oliver, I'm glad you like this. Anyway it's better than a pair of Old shoes! Yours ever, Graham Greene". The recipient was the son of his lover, Catherine Walston, immortalized in The End of the Affair. Inscribed copies of this major Greene "entertainment" are rare. Bookseller Inventory # 100550

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GREENE, Graham.

Published by Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1925 (1925)

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Item Description: Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1925, 1925. Octavo. Original grey boards, titles to upper board and spine in blue. With the dust jacket. Some partial browning to the endpapers but an exceptional copy in the tanned dust jacket with two short tears and trivial loss at the top of the spine panel. First edition, sole impression of the author's first book. Just 300 copies were printed. Bookseller Inventory # 78751

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Greene, Graham.

Published by Blackwell, Oxford (1925)

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Item Description: Blackwell, Oxford, 1925. First Edition. First Book, First Edition in the rare dustwrapper. A near fine example, with some light minor spotting with expert mending to a couple of roughly opened page edges in a near fine, lovely original dustwrapper. Greene's First Published Book of Poetry. One of only 300 copies printed, rarely seen in such nice condition. Bookseller Inventory # 32323

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GREENE, Graham

Published by Heinemann (1929)

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Item Description: Heinemann, 1929. First edition. Original black cloth, lettered in gilt, in cream dustwrapper printed in blue. A fine copy in a very good dustwrapper indeed, which is complete and crisp, with a just slight dustiness to the spine and some light creasing to the upper edge. The author's first novel. Bookseller Inventory # 32042

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GREENE, Graham.

Published by London: William Heinemann Ltd., 1929 (1929)

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Item Description: London: William Heinemann Ltd., 1929, 1929. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Housed in a dark green quarter morocco solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Spine very slightly faded but an excellent copy in the somewhat sunned dust jacket. First edition, first impression. Greene's first novel, preceded only by a slim volume of poetry. Bookseller Inventory # 78752

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GREENE, Graham

Published by William Heinemann, London (1929)

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Item Description: William Heinemann, London, 1929. Hardcover. First edition. A bookplate on the front pastedown, and a small label on the rear pastedown indicating this was at one time donated to a distinguished rare book library, with that library's tiny release stamp, and a small, expertly and minimally repaired hole on the spine, about very good lacking the dustwrapper. Signed by the author on the front fly. The author's first novel, seldom found signed. See this book in 3D on our site. Bookseller Inventory # 99477

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Greene, Graham.

Published by William Heinemann, London (1932)

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Item Description: William Heinemann, London, 1932. First Edition. First issue, with uncorrected text; a proof copy in orange wraps. Pages 77, 78, 82, 98, and 131 have references to Q.C. Savory, an oblique reference to J.B. Priestley. Octavo [x], 307, [1] pp. (Wobbe, p. 17): "Greene also relates a conversation with Charles Evans concerning J.B. Priestley's threat of a libel action if certain lines in the then undistributed book were not changed. At that time, 13,000 copies had already been printed and bound, and altered pages had to be substituted. Priestley had seen a review copy when he demanded the changes, and so it is possible that a few copies without the alterations mentioned in "A SORT OF LIFE" may still exist." The present copy is such a copy. "Q.B. Savory" was changed to "Quin Savory" and "Dickens" was changed to "Chaucer." [TOGETHER WITH] Greene. Graham. STAMBOUL TRAIN. London, 1932; William Heinemann. First Edition, 307pp.showing the above textual changes incorporated. Bound in original blackcloth, spine lettered in gilt, rear hinge starting, front end paper with a couple of light stains and neat owner's name. Both housed in a custom open end slipcase. (Wobbe, p.17). Bookseller Inventory # pb.0281

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Greene, Graham

Published by Doubleday, Doran & Company, New York (1936)

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Item Description: Doubleday, Doran & Company, New York, 1936. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. First Edition, First Printing with the words "FIRST EDITION" printed on the copyright page. A beautiful copy. This ORIGINAL dustjacket is vibrant in color with minor wear to the spine. The book is in excellent condition and is bound in the original publisher's tan cloth. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning. The boards are crisp with minor wear to the edges. The pages are exceptionally clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a fabulous copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION in collector's condition. We buy Graham Green First Editions in dustjacket. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-12138982161

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GREENE, Graham.

Published by London: Heinemann, 1932 (1932)

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Item Description: London: Heinemann, 1932, 1932. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the Youngman Carter dust jacket. Excellent copy in a very good dust jacket with minor wear and chips to the spine affecting the title. First edition, first impression. With the corrected text as usual. Bookseller Inventory # 51620

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Greene, Graham

Published by John Curley & Assoc (1994)

ISBN 10: 0792719093 ISBN 13: 9780792719090

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Item Description: John Curley & Assoc, 1994. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service!. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0792719093

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GREENE, GRAHAM.

Published by London: Heinemann, 1932 (1932)

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Item Description: London: Heinemann, 1932, 1932. First Edition; second issue (the first is known in but a few copies). About a fine copy in a very good dust jacket, which has minor wear and tear. Chipping at the top of the spine affects the tops of three letters in the title. Bookseller Inventory # 28471

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Greene, Graham

Published by The Viking Press, New York (1948)

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Item Description: The Viking Press, New York, 1948. First American edition of what many consider the author’s masterpiece. Octavo, original half cloth. Inscribed by the author, "For Bob Goldstein from Graham Greene Nothing under $200,000." Light wear, else near fine in a near fine dust jacket with light wear. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. The Heart of the Matter tells the story of a good man enmeshed in love, intrigue, and evil in a West African coastal town. Scobie is bound by strict integrity to his role as assistant police commissioner and by severe responsibility to his wife, Louise, for whom he cares with a fatal pity. When Scobie falls in love with the young widow Helen, he finds vital passion again yielding to pity, integrity giving way to deceit and dishonor—a vortex leading directly to murder. As Scobie's world crumbles, his personal crisis develops the foundation of a story by turns suspenseful, fascinating, and, finally, tragic. ''Graham Greene was in a class by himself. He will be read and remembered as the ultimate chronicler of twentieth-century man's consciousness and anxiety" (William Golding). Bookseller Inventory # 3736

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GREENE, Graham.

Published by London: Heinemann, 1958 (1958)

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Item Description: London: Heinemann, 1958, 1958. Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine gilt, publisher's device to rear board in blind. With the dust jacket. Contemporary Parisian bookseller's ticket to front pastedown. Small waterstains to pp. 24, 75–6 and 233–6, spotting to edges of text block. An excellent copy in a rubbed and lightly chipped jacket with a couple of minor creases and splits. First edition, first impression. Presentation copy inscribed by the author, "For Gerald Hornstein, from Graham Greene". In the rare first state dust jacket with the early setting to the blurb and rear panel. Presentation copies of Our Man in Havana are of surprising scarcity. Brennan 35; Miller 37a. Bookseller Inventory # 93184

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Greene, Graham:

Published by London: William Heinemann (1930)

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From: David Ford Books PBFA (Cley-next-the-Sea, United Kingdom)

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Item Description: London: William Heinemann, 1930. First edition. HB. Dark blue cloth, with gilt titles to spine, and dustjacket lettered in red and black on yellow paper, with black decorative borders. This is a variant jacket, which does not have the price of 7/6d of the first issue jacket. It has 3/6 net to the spine and states: 'Author of The Man Within' to spine and front. Heinemann is present on the spine (and on spine of book). 244pp. Greene's very scarce second novel, not highly regarded by the author, who suppressed it's re-issue, resulting in only 2000 copies being sold. Very Good in Good jacket, now in clear sleeve. Covers bright with a few tiny marks and light rubbing to edges; bumps to corners and slight lean. Pages generally clean with a few foxing spots to margins; small brown stains to front endpapers with small abrasion; closed edges lightly browned. Jacket is largely bright and clean, some browning and dark- toned margin to back, light browning to spine; loss to lower spine 3 x 3 cm; small losses from silverfish grazing scattered over front- this is not very obtrusive compared to the spine loss, and there are no losses to the title and author lettering, except for tiny losses to two letters of Author of Man Within. Bookseller Inventory # 25289

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GREENE, Graham.

Published by London, Heinemann. 1947 (1947)

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From: Adrian Harrington Ltd, ABA, ILAB (Royal Tunbridge Wells, KENT, United Kingdom)

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Item Description: London, Heinemann. 1947, 1947. First Edition, GREENE FAMILY COPY, INSCRIBED. 8vo. 231pp. Publisher's dark blue cloth, clean and bright, slightly bumped to spine ends. Dusty top edge, some slight toning of the endpapers due to the cheap paper stock. Dustwrapper strong and bright, darkening to spine and fraying to head and tail of spine panel. A very nice copy, made all the more notable due to the presentation inscriptions to a relative, to flyleaf, firstly by Hugh Greene; 'A. from H. with love /(A.B. Greene/ Oak Cottage/ Plumpton / Sussex,'with additional inscription from the author '+ from Graham' (underlined). Graham and Hugh were two of six children from a highly successful family. [Sir] Hugh Carleton Greene, KCMG, OBE was an author and broadcaster, and Director-General of the BBC (1960-69), and younger brother to the famous English novelist Graham Greene, OM, also the poet Herbert Greene, and distinguished physician and Everest mountaineer Raymond Greene. There were also two sisters; Elizabeth Greene, who joined MI6 and recruited Graham into the regular ranks of the service, and another sister Alice Marion, referred to as Molly in 'A Sort of Life.' The A.B. Greene who was the recipient of this book is likely to be Audrey Blanche Greene (nee Nutting) who was Herbert's wife - our thanks go to Anthony Loudon for the discovery of A.B. Greene's identity. Bookseller Inventory # 32102

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