The Strand Magazine: November 1915

Newnes, George, proprietor

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Front cover & title page detached, ragged at edges, spine worn: Serial story The Great German Plot by Alan Graham, David Lloyd George on Cabinet Ministers, Their Human Side; John J. Ward, The Death of the Male Sicklebacks, new discoveries in natural history, etc. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: The Strand Magazine: November 1915
Publisher: Strand Magazine
Publication Date: 1915
Illustrator: Illus
Book Condition: Fair PB

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P G Wodehouse; E Nesbit; W Heath Robinson; Pears, Rountree, Reynolds, Owen, Aldin, Rackham, May, Wood, Hassall, Cowham, Mabel Lucie Attwell; Conan Doyle; George R Sims)
Published by London: George Newnes (1915)
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Joe McKernan
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Book Description London: George Newnes, 1915. Bound volume of monthly magazine. Hardcover. In Publishers original pictorial cloth, bound without advertisements. ALL STORIES ARE ILLUSTRATED! Contains stories - 1st UK publication of P G Wodehouse stories - "Wilton's Holiday" - (Illlustrated by Lewis Baumer) - later published in "The Man with Two Left Feet" (UK 1917)(US: Illustrated Sunday Magazine, March 19, 1916 as "Wilton's Vacation", and apparently never in book form); "The Love-r ly Silver Cup" - (illustrated by Treyer Evans) - later published in "The Man with Two Left Feet" as "At Geisenheimer's" (UK 1917)(US: 1933); Both parts of "The Mixer" - illustrated by J A Shepherd - later published in "The Man with Two Left Feet" (UK 1917)(US: Red Book, June and July 1916 as "A Very Shy Gentleman" and "Breaking into Society" , and apparently never in book form). "The Pavilion" and "The Glastonbury Scandal" (the latter Illustrated in colour) by E Nesbit; Also stories by O Henry, Morley Roberts, W W Jacobs, J J Bell, Barry Pain, Count Tolstoy, and others. Part one of "The Crystal Trench" by A E W Mason. Drawings by W Heath Robinson:- story "The Competition in the Castlebar" by Morley Roberts, Illustrated by b+w drawings by W Heath Robinson; "The Idle Fellow", A Russian Fairy Tale: "Jack or the Golden Snuff-box": "Stupider and Stupider"; "The Ogres of Ojejama" - stories for children Illustrated by b+w drawings by W Heath Robinson; full-page b+w caroon "The Button Magnets" by Heath Robinson; "The Fine Art of making a war-film" by Heath Robinson - featuring some of the outlandish and eccentric devices for which he is famous. Also Illustrations by Charles Pears, Harry Rountree, Warwick Reynolds, Will Owen, Charles Robinson, Cecil Aldin, Arthur Rackham, Phil May, A Confession book for artists, featuring b+w illustrations by Will Owen, Lawson Wood, John Hassall, Hilda Cowham, Mabel Lucie Attwell, and others. Articles - Cabinet Ministers - their human side - featuring Lloyd George and Winston Churchill; Deeds of daring performed for the cinema; Observation in war; Palmistry; Reminiscences by Henry Irving; Birds; The vogue of the revue; "An outing in war-time" and "Stranger than fiction" by Conan Doyle; 2 episodes of "Originality in Murder" by George R Sims, Germany's war medals; Conjurers; Stage celebrities in Cinema; Cleverest crime on record; Professor Rama Murti Naidu the Indian Hercules; Some memories by actress Laurette Taylor; and lots more! Tears to spine edges, wear to cover, staining to back of cover, general handling, otherwise G. Bookseller Inventory # 11271

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