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Editor-Don Fowler; Editor-David R. Wilcox; Contributor-Jeremy A. Sabloff; Contributor-Lawrence E. Aten; Contributor-Elin C. Danien; Contributor-Robert L. Schuyler; Contributor-Curtis M. Hinsley; Contributor-David J. Meltzer; Contributor-Frances Joan Mathien; Contributor-Eleanor M . King; Contributor-Regna Darnell; Contributor-Steven Conn; Contributor-Jerald T. Milanich

Published by University Alabama Press (2003)

ISBN 10: 0817313125 ISBN 13: 9780817313128

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About this Item: University Alabama Press, 2003. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG0817313125

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Lawrence, T. E.; Wilson, Jeremy (frw)

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Fowler, Don [Editor]; Fowler, Don [Contributor]; Wilcox, David R. [Editor]; Wilcox, David R. [Contributor]; Sabloff, Jeremy A. [Contributor]; Aten, Lawrence E. [Contributor]; Danien, Elin C. [Contributor]; Schuyler, Robert L. [Contributor]; Hinsley, Curtis M. [Contributor]; Meltzer, David J. [Contributor]; Mathien, Frances Joan [Contributor]; King, Eleanor M . [Contributor]; Darnell, Regna [Contributor]; Conn, Steven [Contributor]; Milanich, Jerald T. [Contributor];

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About this Item: University Alabama Press, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. HARDCOVER, BRAND NEW, Red Cloth Cover, Perfect Shape, No Black Remainder Mark,Fast Shipping With Online Tracking, International Orders shipped Global Priority Air Mail, All orders handled with care and shipped promptly in secure packaging, we ship Mon-Sat and send shipment confirmation emails. Our customer service is friendly, we answer emails fast, accept returns and work hard to deliver 100% Customer Satisfaction!. Seller Inventory # 9033526

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Editor-Don Fowler; Editor-David R. Wilcox; Contributor-Jeremy A. Sabloff; Contributor-Lawrence E. Aten; Contributor-Elin C. Danien; Contributor-Robert L. Schuyler; Contributor-Curtis M. Hinsley; Contributor-David J. Meltzer; Contributor-Frances Joan Mathien; Contributor-Eleanor M . King; Contributor-Regna Darnell; Contributor-Steven Conn; Contributor-Jerald T. Milanich

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Lawrence, T. E./ Wilson, Jeremy (Foreward By)

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About this Item: Tauris Parke Paperbacks, 2011. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. abridged edition. 326 pages. 8.00x5.25x1.00 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # __1848856652

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T.E. LAWRENCE, NEW FOREWORD BY JEREMY WILSON.

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About this Item: Tauris Parke Paperbacks, 2011. Paperback. Condition: NEW. 9781848856653 This listing is a new book, a title currently in-print which we order directly and immediately from the publisher. For all enquiries, please contact Herb Tandree Philosophy Books directly - customer service is our primary goal. Seller Inventory # HTANDREE0138347

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LAWRENCE, T.E.] Jeremy WILSON.

Published by Atheneum, 1990., New York: (1990)

ISBN 10: 0689119348 ISBN 13: 9780689119347

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About this Item: Atheneum, 1990., New York:, 1990. Thick 8vo. xi, 1188 pp. Illus., index. Quarter green cloth, beige boards, dust-jacket. Very good +. ISBN: 9780689119347. Seller Inventory # G01462

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T E Lawrence: Lawrence of Arabia -: Wilson, J M

Wilson, J M ( Jeremy )( T E Lawrence Related )( Ashmolean Museum, Oxford )

Published by Oxford, UK: Ashmolean Museum, 1976, 1st Edition, First Printing, Oxford, England (1976)

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About this Item: Oxford, UK: Ashmolean Museum, 1976, 1st Edition, First Printing, Oxford, England, 1976. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good+ ( see Description ). Photo Cover (illustrator). First Edition. -----------softcover, about 4.75 x 7 inches, a Very Good+ copy with a bit of rubbing, 24 pages, b&w photos and illustrations, this was issued with a set of SIX slides in a plastic sleeve at the rear of the booklet, the 6 slides are present and show: T E Lawrence as aircraftsman T E Shaw, 1929, unfinished portrait by Augustus Johns; T E L as aircraftsman J H Ross, 1922, portrait in oils by William Roberts; The Emir Faisal, later King Faisal I of Iraq, portrait by A Johns; T E L's mexican dagger; Woven brocade robe, given to T E L by Emir Faisal; Woven brocade robe, formerly in possession of TEL, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo . Not Signed. Seller Inventory # 155344

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Lawrence, T. E./ Wilson, Jeremy (Foreward By)

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About this Item: Tauris Parke Paperbacks, 2011. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. abridged edition. 326 pages. 8.00x5.25x1.00 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # x-1848856652

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Fowler, Don D. [Editor]; Fowler, Don D. [Contributor]; Wilcox, David R. [Editor]; Wilcox, David R. [Contributor]; Sabloff, Jeremy A. [Contributor]; Aten, Lawrence E. [Contributor]; Danien, Elin C. [Contributor]; Schuyler, Robert L. [Contributor]; Hinsley, Curtis M. [Contributor]; Meltzer, David J. [Contributor]; Mathien, Frances Joan [Contributor]; King, Eleanor M . [Contributor]; Darnell, Regna [Contributor]; Conn, Steven [Contributor]; Milanich, Jerald T. [Contributor];

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About this Item: University Alabama Press, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SKU9605202

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T.E.Lawrence. The catalogue of the 1988-89 centenary: T.E.LAWRENCE. Jeremy Wilson

T.E.LAWRENCE. Jeremy Wilson

Published by National Portrait Gallery, London (1988)

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About this Item: National Portrait Gallery, London, 1988. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. First edition - the card wrapper issue (which was published simultaneously with a casebound issue). 4to. 248pp. Illustrated throughout with photographs and reproduction, a goodly number of them in colour. A virtually fine copy – with just a tiny hint of trifling wear to one or two wrapper extremities. Seller Inventory # BC14410

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LAWRENCE,T.E.; WILSON,JEREMY

Published by heinemann london 1990 (1990)

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About this Item: heinemann london 1990, 1990. reprint 1188pp ills.[b/w] VERY GOOD+ (red cloth,sl.bumps to extrems.,owner's inscr.and bookplate to ffep,content edges v.sl.soiled) in VERY GOOD+ dustwrapper (sl.rubbed and soiled,sl.bumps to extrems.) heavy item. Seller Inventory # w18/19

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Lawrence, T. E. - Wilson, Jeremy:

Published by London. National Portrait Gallery Publications. (1988)

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About this Item: London. National Portrait Gallery Publications., 1988. 4to. 248 S. OKt. Einbandrückseite mit kleiner Knickecke, Besitzvermerk auf Vorsatz, Anstreichungen auf 1 Seite, sonst guter Zustand. Wir versenden spätestens am nächsten Werktag per Deutsche Post und DHL. Rechnung mit ausgewiesener MwSt. liegt selbstverständlich Ihrer Sendung bei. Ihr Antiquariat Hennwack - Berlins größtes Antiquariat. Seller Inventory # 17910BB

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T. E. LAWRENCE / Jeremy Wilson:

Published by National Portrait Gallery Publications, 1988. (1988)

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About this Item: National Portrait Gallery Publications, 1988., 1988. xiii, 248 pages, fully illustrated throughout. - Publisher's colour-illustrated softcover; 4to.(ca. 31 x 21 cm; ca. 1,2 kg.). *** [Letztmalig VERLÄNGERTE UND nochmals ERWEITERTE NEUJAHRSAKTION / Extended NEW YEAR'S-SALE; ending soon: UM FAST 25% REDUZIERTER PREIS bis Donnerstag 22.02.2018, 24 Uhr MEZ/CEST; vorher/previously: € 61,50] --- FIRST EDITION, LARGESIZE SOFTCOVER ORIGINAL WITH DUSTJACKET. - Cover minimally rubbed, else in best condition. isbn 0904017869. Seller Inventory # 1605a1116a9zg

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LAWRENCE, T. E.] WILSON, Jeremy.

Published by National Portrait Gallery, (1989)

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About this Item: National Portrait Gallery, 1989. First edition; clothbound issue. 4to. Profusely illustrated. Fine copy in dust jacket. Seller Inventory # 3698

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Scott, Jeremy (Editor), Stories By James Joyce, Algernon Blackwood, Richard Hughes, Dorothy K. Haynes, D. H. Lawrence, Thomas Ingoldsby, Edward Bulwer Lytton, Fred Marinau, Arthur Calder-Marshall, Alex Comfort, Thomas De Quincy, Guy De Maupassant, Virginia Woolf, William Sansom, Wrey Gardiner, Olive Schreiner, Stella Benson, H H Monroe (Saki), Richard Garnett, E. M. Forster, M . R. James, T. F. Powys, Pamela Hansford Johnson, Walkter De La Mare, J. Sheridan Le Fanu, James Laver, John Atkins, Osbert Sitwell

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About this Item: Jarrolds, London, 1946. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair. 1st Edition. 224 Pp. Including Bibliography At End. Black Cloth, Gilt. Excellent Literary Anthology, Becoming Scarce In Dj. Book Is Good, Well Worn But Intact, No Marks, Cloth Worn At Corners With Fraying At Lower End Of Spine, Gilt Still Brilliant. Dj Only Fair, Well Worn, Chips And Tears And Creases At Edges, But No Loss Of Lettering, Not Price-Clipped. Seller Inventory # 032663

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T. E. Lawrence: Correspondence with Henry Williamson: T. E. Lawrence,

T. E. Lawrence, Edited by Peter Wilson, with a Preface by Jeremy Wilson and a biographical Prologue and Epilogue by Anne Williamson

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About this Item: Castle Hill Press, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, 2000. Hardcover. First and Limited edition. Of a total planned edition of 702 copies, only about 500 were ultimately issued, of which roughly 400 copies were bound thus, in medium brown cloth with blind rule front cover, gilt top edge and spine print, tan endpapers, head and foot bands, and a pale blue dust jacket. This copy is hand-numbered #273. This volume is part of the T.E. Lawrence Letters series published by Castle Hill Press, the premier editors and fine press publishers of material by and about T.E. Lawrence. From the publisher: "T. E. Lawrence was fascinated by the art of creative writing, and by creative writers. This fascination drew him into friendships with poets and novelists such as Robert Graves, Siegfried Sassoon, Thomas Hardy and E.M. Forster. When Lawrence read Henry Williamson's Tarka the Otter in 1928, he recognised that its author had extraordinary descriptive power: 'I put Williamson very high as a writer,' he later wrote. From this beginning grew a correspondence that lasted until Lawrence's death in 1935. The two kept one another’s letters, and the series printed here is largely complete. Until now, the principal published accounts of their relationship have been those by Williamson, notably his contribution to T. E. Lawrence by his Friends (1937), and his book Genius of Friendship (1941). In this volume, we are able to read both sides of the correspondence for the first time Williamson's letters provide a fascinating insight into a novelist's mind As Williamson became better established and more confident, he had less need of Lawrence's helpful criticisms and encouragement; or at any rate Lawrence felt that there was less that he could usefully offer. Gradually, their evident differences became more significant than the interest in the craft of writing that had drawn them together Williamson damaged the relationship in 1933 by including Lawrence, unasked, as a character called 'G.B. Everest' in The Gold Falcon – even quoting from his letters. Lawrence made light of it; but since he dreaded publicity he may well have feared that a closer friendship with such an unpredictable novelist would be a risk as long as he wished to remain in the ranks of the RAF. Later, he was nonplussed when Williamson told him about the complications that had arisen from extra-marital entanglements Despite these reservations, there really was an unusual quality in their relationship. Williamson is revealed here as a skillful and supremely observant writer, but nevertheless a man who was introspective, egocentric, insecure, and intensely lonely. Exactly the same words could be used to describe Lawrence, and the similarity that Williamson sensed was real. He was writing to someone he knew would understand." This is the Subscriber’s cloth binding, produced for long-term subscribers, enabling them to continue building Letters sets in the same binding-style. Condition is as-new, a pristine volume in a flawless dust jacket that is protected with a removable, archival quality clear cover. Seller Inventory # 003650

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T.E. Lawrence More Correspondence with Writers: Lawrence. T.E. (Jeremy

Lawrence. T.E. (Jeremy & Nicole Wilson eds)

Published by Castle Hill Press /J & N Wilson, Fordingbridge (2014)

ISBN 10: 1873141718 ISBN 13: 9781873141717

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About this Item: Castle Hill Press /J & N Wilson, Fordingbridge, 2014. Hardback. Condition: Fine. First Cloth Edition. A new copy of the latest T.E. Lawrence correspondence volume. Limited to 377 numbered copies. This features letters to authors, Maurice Baring, Laurence Binyon, Edmund Blunden, John Brophy, Noel Coward, C. Day Lewis Harley Granville Barker, James Hanley, Frederic Manning, Herbert Read, Siegfried Sassoon, H.M. Tomlinsom H.G. Wells, W.B. Yeats and Charles Doughty. 419pp. An essential collection for Lawrence's literary connections. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Signed by Editor. Seller Inventory # 041360

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T. E.; Shaw, Bernard & Chalotte; Wilson, Jeremy and Nicole (Editors) Lawrence

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ISBN 10: 1873141793 ISBN 13: 9781873141793

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About this Item: Castle Hill Press, Salisbury, U K, 2015. Hard Cover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Book (T. E. Lawrence's Correspondence With the Political Elite 1922-1935) is tight & clean/unmarked text , #210 of 427 numbered copies- never read, DJ has a bright appearance with No price clip- a NEW book ! ISBN 13: 9781873141793 Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Seller Inventory # 037278

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Lawrence, T. E.; Wilson, Jeremy (ed.)

Published by Castle Hill (2004)

ISBN 10: 0954641809 ISBN 13: 9780954641801

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About this Item: Castle Hill, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. VG/VG- 1st impression 2003 Castle Hill Press hardback, unclipped DJ, a formidable definitive edition with illustrated end-papers and photo section. A little edge-wear to DJ and lower corners a little rubbed and pushed, minor discoloration to upper corner of first pages and spine ends pushed and rubbed else VG and unmarked. More by this author available Sent Airmail at no extra cost; Worldwide Shipping IMMEDIATE 1ST CLASS/AIRMAIL DISPATCH Quantity Available: 1. Category: Biography & Autobiography; ISBN: 0954641809. ISBN/EAN: 9780954641801. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 063193. Seller Inventory # 063193

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T E Lawrence: Correspondence With Bernard and: Lawrence, T. E.;

Lawrence, T. E.; Shaw, Bernard & Chalotte; Wilson, Jeremy and Nicole (Editors)

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ISBN 10: 1873141432 ISBN 13: 9781873141434

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About this Item: Castle Hill Press, Fordingbridge, 2008. Hardback. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. First Edition. A fine as new copy of this third volume in the definitive edition of these letters from T.E. Lawrence to Charlotte Shaw. 250pp. An edition limited to 600 copies. This is the edition bound in green cloth, teg, with blind stamped SS to front board. A handsome edition of what is an invaluable source for the student of TE. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Seller Inventory # 049192

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Lawrence, T. E.; Shaw, Bernard & Chalotte; Wilson, Jeremy and Nicole (Editors)

Published by Castle Hill Press, Fordingbridge (2009)

ISBN 10: 1873141351 ISBN 13: 9781873141359

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About this Item: Castle Hill Press, Fordingbridge, 2009. Hardback. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. First Edition. A fine as new copy of this second volume in the definitive edition of these letters from T.E. Lawrence to Charlotte Shaw. 250pp. An edition limited to 600 copies. Bound in green cloth with fine d/w. A handsome edition of what is an invaluable source for the student of TE. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Seller Inventory # 050461

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T E Lawrence: Correspondence With Bernard and: Lawrence, T. E.;

Lawrence, T. E.; Shaw, Bernard & Chalotte; Wilson, Jeremy and Nicole (Editors)

Published by Castle Hill Press /J & N Wilson, Fordingbridge (2000)

ISBN 10: 1873141270 ISBN 13: 9781873141274

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About this Item: Castle Hill Press /J & N Wilson, Fordingbridge, 2000. Hardback. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. First Edition. A fine as new copy of this first volume in the definitive edition of these letters from T.E. Lawrence to Charlotte Shaw. 227pp. An edition limited to 600 copies. This is the edition bound in green cloth, teg, with blind stamped SS to front board. A handsome edition of what is an invaluable source for the student of TE. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Seller Inventory # 049191

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LAWRENCE, T. E. / 'LAWRENCE OF ARABIA' (Thomas Edward; 1888-1935; Archaeologist, Military Officer a. Diplomat) / Jeremy Michael Wilson (Editor) / Bernard and Charlotte Shaw (Correspondants):

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About this Item: Woodgreen, UK; Castle Hill Press, 2000., 2000. Frontispice-portrait, xx, 227 pages on thick paper. - Publisher's darkgreen gilt-titled thick cloth with lightgreen dustjacket, topedge gilt; 4to.(ca. 28 x 19 x 3 cm; ca. 1,2 kg.). *** [Letztmalig VERLÄNGERTE UND nochmals ERWEITERTE NEUJAHRSAKTION / Extended NEW YEAR'S-SALE; ending soon: UM ÜBER 35% REDUZIERTER PREIS bis Donnerstag 22.02.2018, 24 Uhr MEZ/CEST; vorher/previously: € 365,-] --- FIRST EDITION, LARGESIZE CLOTHBOUND ORIGINAL WITH DUSTJACKET; 1 of 600 copies (total edition: 702 copies.). - Dustjacket minimally rubbed and with short tear at front-top, top of frontpanel with shallow stain; else in best condition. isbn 1873141270. Seller Inventory # 1703200192zg

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Lawrence, T. E.;Wilson, Jeremy;Kennedy, Richard;Leeds, E. Thurlow;Whittington Press;Press Collection (Library of Congress)

Published by Whittington Press, Gloucestershire (1988)

ISBN 10: 090484580X ISBN 13: 9780904845808

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About this Item: Whittington Press, Gloucestershire, 1988. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Limited/Numbered. First Edition/Limited Edition. Slipcased. Hand-numbered; #264 of 650 copies. A fine copy in a close to fine slipcase. Hardcover; small folio; quarter cloth spine and paper over boards; gilt spine titles; 140 pp.; b/w photographic frontispiece; illustrated with line drawings by Richard Kennedy and 23 b/w photographs in section at end; slight rubbing to slipcase extremities, else a clean and crisp copy. Extra shipping may apply. Seller Inventory # 006185

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The Mint' and Later Writings About Service: T. E. Lawrence,

T. E. Lawrence, Edited by Jeremy and Nicole Wilson with an Introduction by Jeremy Wilson

Published by Castle Hill Press, Fordingbridge, Hampshire (2010)

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About this Item: Castle Hill Press, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, 2010. Quarter goatskin. Limited "Library Edition". This Castle Hill Press limited edition publishes the original (1928) text of The Mint, together with a selection of Lawrence’s later writings about service life. Of a total edition of 475, 180 copies were bound thus for subscribers, in quarter navy goatskin with raised spine bands and blind ruled compartments and transitions over blue cloth boards with navy ribbon marker, head and foot bands, and gilt top edge. Illustrated, gray endpapers feature an R.A.F. flying boat and the contents contain 22 photographs. This is an as-new, unread copy, both the binding and contents pristine, the limitation number "167" inked by the publisher on the title page verso. The book is housed in a publisher-supplied cardstock slipcase. The Mint is T. E. Lawrence's unstintingly candid portrait about life in Royal Air Force ranks. "I set out to give a picture of the R.A.F., and my picture might be impressive and clever if I showed only the shadow of it. but I was not making a work of art, but a portrait." T. E. Lawrence (1888-1935) found fame as instigator, organizer, hero, and tragic figure of the Arab revolt against the Ottoman Empire during the First World War, which he began as an eccentric junior intelligence officer and ended as "Lawrence of Arabia." This time defined Lawrence with indelible experience and celebrity which he would spend the rest of his famously short life struggling to reconcile and reject, to recount and repress. Lawrence told the tale of this time in Seven Pillars of Wisdom, a work with a tortuous writing, editing, and publishing history culminating in posthumous publication. Perhaps equally tortuous is the tale of how this story about the R.A.F. was written and published. In a state of nervous exhaustion following the First World War, his work on the post-war settlement, and writing and re-writing Seven Pillars of Wisdom, in 1922, Lawrence enlisted in the ranks of the R.A.F. under the name of John Hume Ross. He swiftly concluded "there is grand stuff here, and if I could write it." so he began making notes "scribbled at night, between last post and lights out, in bed." In January 1923 his identity became public and he was discharged from the R.A.F., but allowed to re-enlist two and a half years later, this time using the surname "Shaw", under which he had meanwhile served in the Tank Corps. On re-enlistment, he resumed making notes. In 1927, while serving in Karachi, Lawrence arranged these notes into a manuscript which he circulated to a small number of people, including Air Marshal Hugh Trenchard. As with Seven Pillars of Wisdom, publishers were eager, but Lawrence resisted, in part due to Trenchard's concerns. A saga followed in which efforts were made to control publication via uncirculated copyright editions in both the U.S. and Britain; the book remained unavailable to the public. Lawrence made revisions in the last months of his life with a possible view to publication in a private edition (as he had done with the 1926 Subscriber's Edition of Seven Pillars of Wisdom), but the work remained unpublished until 1955, after the death of an officer described unfavorably in the text. Even then, the British edition blanked out objectionable words and substituted name changes to avoid libel. In 2009 Castle Hill Press, the premier editors and fine press publishers of material by and about T. E. Lawrence, published the most comprehensive edition of The Mint to date, containing the full 1928 text of The Mint together with a selection of Lawrence’s later writings about service life. "The narrative of Lawrence’s RAF years therefore begins in 1922 and ends with his retirement in February 1935. The result is a far more interesting version of Lawrence's second book." In 2010, Castle Hill Press published this "Library Edition" containing the 1928 text and "a slightly shortened selection of Lawrence’s later writings about service life." For reference to the original publication of The Mint see O’Brien A166. Seller Inventory # 004430

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The Mint' and Later Writings About Service: T. E. Lawrence,

T. E. Lawrence, Edited by Jeremy and Nicole Wilson with an Introduction by Jeremy Wilson

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About this Item: Castle Hill Press, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, 2010. Quarter goatskin. Limited Edition. This Castle Hill Press limited edition publishes the original (1928) text of The Mint, together with a selection of Lawrence’s later writings about service life. Of a total edition of 475, 180 copies were bound thus for subscribers, in quarter navy goatskin with raised spine bands, blind bordered compartments, and blind rule transitions over blue cloth boards with navy ribbon marker, head and foot bands, gilt top edge and housed in a matching blue cloth slipcase lined with blue paper. The illustrated, gray endpapers feature an R.A.F. flying boat and the contents contain 22 photographs. This is a pristine, as-new, unread copy, the book flawless, the slipcase with only slight shelf scuffing to the bottom edge. The Mint is T.E. Lawrence's unstintingly candid portrait about life in Royal Air Force ranks. "I set out to give a picture of the R.A.F., and my picture might be impressive and clever if I showed only the shadow of it. but I was not making a work of art, but a portrait." T.E. Lawrence (1888-1935) found fame as instigator, organizer, hero, and tragic figure of the Arab revolt against the Ottoman Empire during the First World War, which he began as an eccentric junior intelligence officer and ended as "Lawrence of Arabia." This time defined Lawrence with indelible experience and celebrity which he would spend the rest of his famously short life struggling to reconcile and reject, to recount and repress. Lawrence told the tale of this time in Seven Pillars of Wisdom, a work with a tortuous writing, editing, and publishing history culminating in posthumous publication. Perhaps equally tortuous is the tale of how this story about the R.A.F. was written and published. In a state of nervous exhaustion following the First World War, his work on the post-war settlement, and writing and re-writing Seven Pillars of Wisdom, in 1922, Lawrence enlisted in the ranks of the R.A.F. under the name of John Hume Ross. He swiftly concluded "there is grand stuff here, and if I could write it." so he began making notes "scribbled at night, between last post and lights out, in bed." In January 1923 his identity became public and he was discharged from the R.A.F., but allowed to re-enlist two and a half years later, this time using the surname "Shaw", under which he had meanwhile served in the Tank Corps. On re-enlistment, he resumed making notes. In 1927, while serving in Karachi, Lawrence arranged these notes into a manuscript which he circulated to a small number of people, including Air Marshal Hugh Trenchard. As with Seven Pillars of Wisdom, publishers were eager, but Lawrence resisted, in part due to Trenchard's concerns. A saga followed in which efforts were made to control publication via uncirculated copyright editions in both the U.S. and Britain; the book remained unavailable to the public. Lawrence made revisions in the last months of his life with a possible view to publication in a private edition (as he had done with the 1926 Subscriber's Edition of Seven Pillars of Wisdom), but the work remained unpublished until 1955, after the death of an officer described unfavorably in the text. Even then, the British edition blanked out objectionable words and substituted name changes to avoid libel. In 2008 Castle Hill Press, the premier editors and fine press publishers of material by and about T. E. Lawrence, published the most comprehensive edition of The Mint to date, containing the full 1928 text of The Mint together with a selection of Lawrence’s later writings about service life. "The narrative of Lawrence’s RAF years therefore begins in 1922 and ends with his retirement in February 1935. The result is a far more interesting version of Lawrence's second book." In 2010, Castle Hill Press published this "Library Edition" containing the 1928 text and "a slightly shortened selection of Lawrence’s later writings about service life." For reference to the original publication of The Mint see O’Brien A166. Seller Inventory # 004149

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About this Item: Castle Hill Press, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, 2009. Quarter goatskin. Limited Edition. This Castle Hill Press limited edition publishes the original (1928) text of The Mint, together with significant "Later Writings about Service Life" and additional unpublished material. Of a total edition of 277, 200 copies were bound thus for subscribers, in quarter blue-gray goatskin with blue cloth boards and accompanying blue cloth slipcase, with illustrated endpapers, head and foot bands, gray satin ribbon marker, and printed on gray (pages 3-134) and white (pages 135-340) paper, denoting respectively the original text of The Mint and later writings about service life. The limitation page is hand-numbered "83" and the publisher's Introduction is hand-signed. The slipcase is lined in dark blue felt. The Mint is T.E. Lawrence's unstintingly candid portrait about life in Royal Air Force ranks. "I set out to give a picture of the R.A.F., and my picture might be impressive and clever if I showed only the shadow of it. but I was not making a work of art, but a portrait." T.E. Lawrence (1888-1935) found fame as instigator, organizer, hero, and tragic figure of the Arab revolt against the Ottoman Empire during the First World War, which he began as an eccentric junior intelligence officer and ended as "Lawrence of Arabia." This time defined Lawrence with indelible experience and celebrity which he would spend the rest of his famously short life struggling to reconcile and reject, to recount and repress. Lawrence told the tale of this time in Seven Pillars of Wisdom, a work with a tortuous writing, editing, and publishing history culminating in posthumous publication. Perhaps equally tortuous is the tale of how this story about the R.A.F. was written and published. In a state of nervous exhaustion following the First World War, his work on the post-war settlement, and writing and re-writing Seven Pillars of Wisdom, in 1922, Lawrence enlisted in the ranks of the R.A.F. under the name of John Hume Ross. He swiftly concluded "there is grand stuff here, and if I could write it." so he began making notes "scribbled at night, between last post and lights out, in bed." In January 1923 his identity became public and he was discharged from the R.A.F., but allowed to re-enlist two and a half years later, this time using the surname "Shaw", under which he had meanwhile served in the Tank Corps. On re-enlistment, he resumed making notes. In 1927, while serving in Karachi, Lawrence arranged these notes into a manuscript which he circulated to a small number of people, including Air Marshal Hugh Trenchard. As with Seven Pillars of Wisdom, publishers were eager, but Lawrence resisted, in part due to Trenchard's concerns. A saga followed in which efforts were made to control publication via uncirculated copyright editions in both the U.S. and Britain; the book remained unavailable to the public. Lawrence made revisions in the last months of his life with a possible view to publication in a private edition (as he had done with the 1926 Subscriber's Edition of Seven Pillars of Wisdom), but the work remained unpublished until 1955, after the death of an officer described unfavorably in the text. Even then, the British edition blanked out objectionable words and substituted name changes to avoid libel. This beautiful limited edition of The Mint is the most comprehensive and elaborate yet published. The edition "contains the full 1928 text of The Mint, together with a selection of Lawrence's later writings about his life in the ranks. The narrative of Lawrence's RAF years therefore begins in 1922 and ends with his retirement in February 1935. The result is a far more interesting version of Lawrence's second book." This copy is in fine condition in a fine slipcase. The book is pristine apart from a small bump to the lower rear corner and a corresponding bump to the lower rear corner of the slipcase. For reference to the original publication of The Mint see O’Brien A166. Seller Inventory # 003644

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T. E. Lawrence's Correspondence with the Political: T. E. Lawrence,

T. E. Lawrence, Edited by Jeremy and Nicole Wilson with an introduction by Jeremy Wilson

Published by Castle Hill Press, Salisbury (2015)

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About this Item: Castle Hill Press, Salisbury, 2015. Leather bound. First and limited edition. This is an out-of-series copy of the publisher’s full goatskin limited edition of T. E. Lawrence's Correspondence with the Political Elite, spanning 1922-1935. This volume is a vital installment in the T.E. Lawrence Letters series published by Castle Hill Press, the premier editors and fine press publishers of material by and about T.E. Lawrence. The edition was limited to 427 copies, of which the first 50 were bound thus for subscribers, in full gray goatskin with gilt spine print, blind front cover rules, all edges gilt, head and tail bands, illustrated endpapers, and gilt ruled turn-ins, featuring a frontispiece illustration of Lionel Curtis by Augustus John and an index, and housed in a stout gray cloth slipcase, lined with red felt. Subscriber’s full goatskin copies were also unique in content, these alone featuring a 16-page Supplement following the Index. Owing to a salutary mistake by the binder, a few sets of sheets destined for cloth bindings were instead bound in full goatskin. Hence this copy, hand-numbered "376". Apart from the absence of the Supplement and higher limitation number, this copy is identical to the subscriber’s full goatskin bindings, which quickly sold out. We offer this out of series full goatskin bindings at 60% of the price for which we have sold full goatskin subscriber’s copies. From the publisher: "Many of T.E. Lawrence's contemporaries found it incomprehensible that, while serving in the ranks as Aircraftman T.E. Shaw, he should remain on friendly terms with members of the political elite, some of whom he had known while advising Winston Churchill in the Colonial Office. There was surely a contradiction between these continuing relationships and his rejection of social status." Among the letters published in this volume are 10 letters from Lawrence to his friend and admirer Winston Churchill, spanning 1922-1935, as well as Lawrence's inscription in Churchill's copy of Seven Pillars of Wisdom, a 1927 letter from Churchill to Lawrence, and significant correspondence with Eddie Marsh, Churchill's longtime private secretary. Churchill said of his friend: "Lawrence had a full measure of the versatility of genius He was a savant as well as a soldier.He was an archaeologist as well as a man of action.He was an accomplished scholar as well as an Arab partisan. He was a mechanic as well as a philosopher.His background of somber experience and reflection only seemed to set forth more brightly the charm and gaiety of his companionship, and the generous majesty of his nature."(Great Contemporaries, p. 166) Much of Lawrence’s polymath genius scintillates in this correspondence volume. "The correspondents (in alphabetical order) are Nancy Astor, Tory MP for Plymouth Sutton; John Buchan, writer and Unionist MP for the Combined Scottish Universities; Winston Churchill and his Private Secretary Edward Marsh; Lionel Curtis, Fellow of All Souls, editor of the Round Table, and one of the founding organisers of the Royal Institute of International Affairs; Geoffrey Dawson, Fellow of All Souls and Editor of The Times; Lord Lothian, Cabinet Minister, and Ernest Thurtle, the Labour MP for Shoreditch who was responsible, with Lawrence's help, for the abolition of the death penalty for cowardice in the British Army. There are strong contrasts here - for example between the light-hearted letters to Nancy Astor (reminiscent in tone to those he had written to E.T. Leeds before the war), and the deeply introspective letters to Lionel Curtis. Here are his letters to Winston Churchill, his former chief at the Colonial Office, together with less formal letters to Eddie Marsh. The letters to Ernest Thurtle hint at his experience manipulating the political machine. Given the circumstances and the personalities involved, the collection is extraordinary - as are the public tributes paid to Lawrence after his death." This pristine, as-new copy was acquired by us from the publisher. Seller Inventory # 004028

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T. E. Lawrence's Correspondence with Edward and: T. E. Lawrence,

T. E. Lawrence, Edited by Jeremy and Nicole Wilson with an introduction by Jeremy Wilson

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About this Item: Castle Hill Press, Salisbury, 2016. Quarter leather. First and limited edition. This is the publisher’s quarter goatskin limited edition of T. E. Lawrence's Correspondence with Edward and David Garnett, an important installment in the T.E. Lawrence Letters series published by Castle Hill Press, the premier editors and fine press publishers of material by and about T.E. Lawrence. The edition is limited to a total of 377 numbered copies, of which 45 (copies #41-85) were beautifully bound thus for subscribers, in quarter brown goatskin with gilt spine print over brown cloth boards with double blind rule transition, top edge gilt, head and tail bands, and marbled endpapers. Featuring a frontispiece, and an index, the volume is housed in the publisher's felt-lined brown cloth slipcase. The publisher’s 45 quarter goatskin copies are also unique in content, these (along with the 40 full goatskin copies) featuring a 14-page supplement which contains the surviving (unerased) marginal annotations by Edward Garnett on the Oxford Times proof of Seven Pillars of Wisdom. This copy is hand-numbered "60" on the limitation page and the Editor’s Foreword is hand-signed. This is an as-new copy, acquired by us from the publisher, pristine in every respect. T.E. Lawrence (1888-1935) achieved fame from his remarkable odyssey as instigator, organizer, hero, and tragic figure of the Arab revolt against the Ottoman Empire during the First World War, which he began as an eccentric junior intelligence officer and ended as "Lawrence of Arabia."But Lawrence’s literary and intellectual reach far exceeded the world and words ofSeven Pillars of Wisdom. To the point, Lawrence’s friend Winston Churchill said:"Lawrence had a full measure of the versatility of genius a savant as well as a soldier . an archaeologist as well as a man of action an accomplished scholar as well as an Arab partisan a mechanic as well as a philosopher.His background of somber experience and reflection only seemed to set forth more brightly the charm and gaiety of his companionship, and the generous majesty of his nature."(Great Contemporaries, p. 166) This volume charts and reveals Lawrence’s literary ambitions, as well as his engaging facility as a correspondent. From the publisher: "Garnett, at the time one of the most influential figures in the British literary world, was the first critic to read Seven Pillars. He became Lawrence's literary mentor and they remained friends for the rest of Lawrence's life. From 1928 Edward Garnett's son David, a noted novelist, also corresponded with Lawrence. Both father and son constantly urged Lawrence to continue writing. David Garnett would later edit the first major collection of Lawrence's letters Correspondence with Edward and David Garnett contains many important letters that set out Lawrence's writing ambitions and self-criticisms, while others reveal how much he had studied and practised the craft of writing. Some of the correspondence has been published or partially published in general collections, but all the letters gain considerably from being presented in the context of the entire surviving correspondence, accompanied by scholarly notes. The volume documents, among other things, the history of Garnett's 1922 abridgement of the 'Oxford' Seven Pillars which, at Bernard Shaw's behest, Lawrence decided not to publish The correspondence also proves beyond any possible doubt that it was not until Lawrence accepted the subscription scheme for the 1926 edition of Seven Pillars that he decided to make no money, personally, from the book. If fame corresponded to achievement, Edward Garnett would be a famous name in English literature for the help he gave to aspiring writers such as D.H. Lawrence, Joseph Conrad, and others. But he was by nature a 'back-room boy'. He avoided fame, refusing the offer of public honours that he richly deserved. Lawrence, however, had no doubt how deeply he was in Garnett's debt. In gratitude he gave Garnett the manuscript of his second book, The Mint.". Seller Inventory # 004105

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