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    Limited to Only Twenty Copies

    Two Limited Joseph Conrad Items, including: Joseph Conrad. Travel. A Preface to Into the East: Notes on Burma and Malaya by Richard Curle. N.p., 1922. First edition. Limited to twenty copies. Signed and dated (1922) by Conrad. Octavo. xxi pages. Printed blue wrappers. Fine. [and:] Richard Curle. Joseph Conrad in the East. N.p., 1922. First edition. Limited to twenty-one copies, this one signed by Curle on the front wrapper. Quarto. Five double-columned pages. Printed wrappers. Some slight toning to the pages. Near fine. In custom chemise and slipcase with gilt lettering to polished morocco backstrip.

    These little pamphlets came out before the 1923 first edition of Curle's Into the East. Conrad's Travel was privately printed by R. and R. Clark for Richard Curle in December 1922.

    Walter E. Smith, Joseph Conrad, 105.


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    February, 2010
    11th-12th Thursday-Friday
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