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    Two Rare First Editions by James Joyce

    James Joyce. Anna Livia Plurabelle. London: Faber & Faber, [1930]. First English edition ("Criterion Miscellany - No. 15"). Small quarto. 32 pages. Rare hardcover issue. Publisher's full brown cloth, front board lettered in gilt. Spine a bit darkened and lightly worn, some rubbing to binding, text block just a bit loose in binding. Still, near fine. [Together with:] James Joyce. Haveth Childers Everywhere. London: Faber & Faber, [1931]. First English edition ("Criterion Miscellany - No. 26"). Small quarto. 36 pages. Rare hardcover issue. Publisher's full yellow cloth, front board lettered in gilt, with the rare original glassine wrapper with typed title label on front panel. Glassine torn at spine, worn and chipped, minor rubbing to binding. Near fine. Housed in later slipcase.
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