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JAMES, Henry and Peter Milton

Published by Terra Nova Editions (1979)

ISBN 10: 0906490073 ISBN 13: 9780906490075

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From: Better World Books (Mishawaka, IN, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Terra Nova Editions, 1979. Condition: Good. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP91122794

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James,Henry

Published by Terra Nova Editions, London (1979)

ISBN 10: 0906490073 ISBN 13: 9780906490075

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From: Richard Thornton Books PBFA (Old Langho, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: Terra Nova Editions, London, 1979. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Peter Milton (illustrator). First Edition. This is a Near Fine Copy of this Book in publisher's original beige cloth with gilt title lettering to spine in a Near Fine Dust-Jacket which has NO chips or tears to the outer edges of the wrapper.Not price clipped and this copy has NO previous owner's names or inscriptions present.The book has a firm binding with no hinge weakness and there is no leaning or rolling to spine.Lovely clean copy internally,8vo 76pp First Edition 1st Impression. Seller Inventory # 52976

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James, Henry

Published by TerraNova Editions, London (1979)

ISBN 10: 0906490073 ISBN 13: 9780906490075

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From: Crowfly Books (South Portland, ME, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: TerraNova Editions, London, 1979. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. Milton, Peter (illustrator). 1st Edition. This is a Fine + copy of the first edition (originally published in the "English Review' in 1908). This is a beautiful copy of he first thus edition. Etchings which beautifully illustrate the story are by Peter Milton. Seller Inventory # 048320

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James, Henry

Published by Terra Nova Editions Ltd, London UK (1979)

ISBN 10: 0906490073 ISBN 13: 9780906490075

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About this Item: Terra Nova Editions Ltd, London UK, 1979. Hard Back. Condition: Book Near Fine/Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Dustjacket Fine. Milton, Peter (Etchings by) (illustrator). First Thus. 75 pages. Dustjacket has minimal/no wear. Book has no wear, boards are slightly out of true, end-papers are green with pink discolouring due to adhesive used in binding - (like browning to end-papers, only this is light pink). Excellent b/w engravings. Text is spotless and in excellent condition. Size: 10" Tall By 7 3/4" Wide. Seller Inventory # 018025

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Henry James

Published by Terra Nova Editions, London (1979)

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About this Item: Terra Nova Editions, London, 1979. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Fairly Good. Peter Milton (illustrator). First Edition. Front cover marked and slightly bent, narrow damp stain along top edge; dustwrapper discoloured and spine damaged. Illustrated with etchings. Seller Inventory # 003805

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JAMES Henry

Published by Terra Nova Editions, London (1979)

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About this Item: Terra Nova Editions, London, 1979. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Peter Milton (illustrator). 1st Edition. 74pp. Beige cloth with black title to spine. Just a hint of shop-wear to dust-jacket. Clean, tight and bright, a lovely copy. Seller Inventory # 058582

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James, (Henry)

Published by Terra Nova Editions (1979)

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About this Item: Terra Nova Editions, 1979. Oatmeal Cloth. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. peter Milton (illustrator). First Edition. The Jolly Corner was first pubilshed in The English Review of December 1908,The etchings bt peter Milton which illustrate the story expertly capture the tension and ambiguity of James taut pyschological tale.Faded spine of dustwrapper Size: Quarto. Illustrator: peter Milton. Category: Fiction; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. For further information on this title, click on the "Ask Bookseller a Question" button directly underneath this listing. We will try to reply within two working days. Buyers from OUTSIDE of the UK are strongly recommended to make contact, to ask for an accurate shipping cost, BEFORE buying. Seller Inventory # 47025

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Henry James

Published by Terra Nova Editions Ltd, London (1979)

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About this Item: Terra Nova Editions Ltd, London, 1979. Cloth Bound Boards. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Peter Milton (illustrator). First Edition. 1st UK edition. Size 10" x 6.5", 75 pages. Light brown dustjacket has some edge-wear, beige cloth board in new condition, green pastedowns and endpapers in new condition and book thoughout is as new. Beautiful illustrations thoughout the book. A Henry James Ghost Story. Seller Inventory # 00024

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James, Henry

Published by Terra Nova Editions (1979)

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From: Cameron House Books (Freshwater Bay, Isle of Wight, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: Terra Nova Editions, 1979. Condition: Near fine copy. Dust Jacket Condition: Very good dustwrapper. Illustrated by Peter Milton (illustrator). First illustrated edition thus. 246 x 189mm, pale fawn Tamar half-linen, spine lettered in black, pp.78, printed on art paper, green Strathmore Americana endpapers. 18 full-page etchings reproduced in 200 line screen. Unclipped dustwrapper with two faint stains & one minor chip. Seller Inventory # 011417

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The Jolly Corner: JAMES, Henry (illustrated

JAMES, Henry (illustrated by Peter MILTON)

Published by Aquarius Press (1971)

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About this Item: Aquarius Press, 1971. No Binding. Condition: Near Fine. First free-standing edition, after issues in magazine and collection formats. Dark grey-brown linen double clamshell case with letterpress text and 21 resist-ground etchings with engraving by Peter Milton, case 20-1/8 x 16-1/2 in., text leaves 19-1/2 x 15-7/8 in., etchings 10 x 15 in. on Heavyweight Buff 15 x 19 in. One of 150 copies on Rives from the limitation of 184, signed by Milton and numbered 3/150 on the colophon. The text fascicle collates 9 loose folios: 1 l. (front cover, title recto, copyright verso), 1 l. (half-title recto) and [1 l.], a folio folder for Plate II-2 as frontispiece (repositioned from second print fascicle), 6 ff. (pp. 7-28, with two blank pp.), 1 l. (p. 29 recto) and 1 l. (colophon recto), 1 l. (rear cover, half-title recto). Three print folios I, II and III correspond to the chapters (text excerpts on each first leaf recto), each fascicle containing seven loose prints (but plate II-2, signed by Milton, inserted as frontispiece in the second text folio). The etchings were pulled under the artist’s supervision at Impressions Workshop in Boston. The Press of A. Colish in Mount Vernon printed the letterpress. The front cover of the case is embossed with the double door motif taken from Plate III-3, each half with a gilt-ruled black morocco label lettered in gilt respectively “HENRY JAMES” and “PETER MILTON.” Slight scuffing and rubbing of case cover cloth, all else fine. McNulty 62-82. “The Jolly Corner” was first published in The English Review, vol. 1, no. 1 (December 1908), and was included as parts of The Novels and Tales of Henry James (Charles Scribner's Sons, 1909) and The Uniform Tales of Henry James (Martin Secker, 1919). This magnificent production of the Aquarius Press and Peter Milton is the first free-standing edition of this “ghostly tale,” given concluding place in Harold Bloom’s archetypal selection in The Daemon Knows (New York: Spiegel & Grau, 2015). “Henry James,” Bloom prefaces, “the master of his art, nevertheless congratulates his own daemon for the greatest of his novels and tales.” “The Jolly Corner” is built around juxtaposition, the old world and the new, the hard “‘swagger’ things, the modern, the monstrous, the famous things,” confronting the “spirit,” “the perfection nothing else could have blighted,” of “a small still scene where items and shades, all delicate things, kept the sharpness of the notes of a high voice perfectly trained, and where economy hung about like the scent of a garden.” The questing, layering introspective tension, set overtly as a clash of architecture (always admirable symbol for the craft of authorship), is palpable: “If he had but stayed at home he would have discovered his genius in time really to start some new variety of awful architectural hare and run it till it burrowed in a gold mine.” James’s protagonist Spencer Brydon is visiting ancestral “annals of nearly three generations” after 33 years. (Emerson and Hawthorne stand as Brydon’s stern forebears in Plate I-1.) The same number of years before writing “The Jolly Corner” James was at work on The American, at the onset of his transplant into “Europe.” The decade of the 1900’s beheld James’s glorious triad – The Wings of the Dove, The Ambassadors, The Golden Bowl. On the tails of Twain and Crane it was, as well, the muscled “swagger” decade of Dreiser, Norris, London, the Muckrakers. Milton’s Brydon is James himself at the time of writing (compare Coburn’s 1905 photograph and Sargent’s 1913 portrait), stalking his daemon, “the hot breath and the roused passion of a life larger than his own, a rage of personality” that “fitted his at no point, made its alternative monstrous.” Uniquely in James, the denouement is just perhaps a requited love story, an awakening “of a man who has gone to sleep on some news of a great inheritance, and then, after dreaming it away, after profaning it with matters strange to it, has waked up again to serenity of certitude and has only to lie and watch it grow.”. Seller Inventory # ABE-1506445241447

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