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    W. Somerset Maugham. Lot of Thirty-Two Maugham-Related Publications. Most in very good or better condition.

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    This large lot includes: Mary Lee Garrett Archer. A Bibliographic Study of the Herbert J. Frost W. Somerset Maugham Collection in the Cushing Memorial Library. 1982. An unpublished dissertation submitted to Texas A & M University. Fine. [and:] Frederick T. Bason. A Bibliographyof the Writings of William Somerset Maugham. London: The Unicorn Press, 1931. Edition limited to 950 copies, of which this is number 364. Inscribed by Bason to "A lover of good books away out in California." Gilt-stamped red boards with red stain to top edge. Pages unopened. Smudge to front board; spine sunned. Very good. Stott C12. [and:] John Brophy. Somerset Maugham. London: British Council /Longmans, Green & Co., [1952]. Slim stapled wraps. Very good. Stott F79. [and:] Another copy, this one a reprint of the revised edition of 1969. Slim wraps. Very good. Stott F79. [and:] Ivor Brown. W. Somerset Maugham. International Profiles series, 1970. Glazed boards. Very good. [and:] Robert Calder. Willie: The Life of W. Somerset Maugham. New York: St Martin's Press, [1989]. First edition. Near fine in dust jacket. [and:] Bryan Connon. Somerset Maugham and the Maugham Dynasty. [London]: Sinclair-Stevenson, [1997]. First edition. Fine in jacket. [and:] Richard A. Cordell. W. Somerset Maugham. London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, [1937]. First edition. Minor foxing to pages adjacent to frontispiece. Very good in sunned and price-clipped dust jacket. Stott F46. [and:] Richard A. Cordell. W. Somerset Maugham. New York: Thomas Nelson and Sons. First edition. Very good in rubbed jacket. Stott F46. [and:] Richard Cordell. Somerset Maugham, A Biographical and Critical Study. London: Heinemann, [1961]. First revised edition. Very good in jacket. Stott F46. [and:] Anthony Curtis. Somerset Maugham. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, [n.d.]. Very good in price-clipped dust jacket. [and:] William Doyle Galleries. The Hans Thrap-Olsen Collection of W. Somerset Maugham. 1998. Wraps. Auction catalog. With prices realized inserted. Fine. [and:] D. L. Edwards. A History of the King's School Canterbury. London: Faber and Faber., [1957]. Very good in chipped and price-clipped dust jacket. Maugham's alma mater. [and:] [Lew David Feldman]. Robert Frey. The World of Books, Arts and Letters, Circa 1455-1968. [1969]. Wraps. Fine. [and:] John Hadfield, editor. The Saturday Book 26. London: Hutchins, [1966]. Fine in dust jacket. Housed in a rubbed lidded box. Stott F130. [and:] Christopher Hassall. Edward Marsh, Patron of the Arts, A Biography. [London]: Longmans, [1959]. First edition. Very good in price-clipped jacket. Stott F100. [and:] Paul Horgan. Tracings, A Book of Portraits. New York: FSG, [1993]. First edition. Fine in dust jacket. [and:] Klaus W. Jonas. The Maugham Enigma, An Anthology. New York: The Citadel Press, [1954]. Dust jacket not present, but blurbs about the book that look as if they were once jacket flaps are tipped to front free endpaper. Very good. Stott F87. [and:] Robin Maugham. Conversations with Willie: Recollections of W. Somerset Maugham. New York: Simon and Schuster, [1978]. First edition. Very good in dust jacket with sunned spine. [and:] Claude Searcy McIver. William Somerset Maugham: A Study of Technique and Literary Sources. 1936. Dissertation submitted to the University of Pennsylvania. Ex-library copy, with expected markings and pocket. Light foxing and staining throughout. Good. [and:] Beverley Nichols. A Case of Human Bondage. London: Secker & Warburg, [1966]. First edition. Minor soiling to boards. Overall, very good in rubbed and creased jacket. Stott F132. [and:] Grant Overton. When Winter Comes to main Street. New York: Doran, [1922]. First edition. Very good in dust jacket. [and:] Victor Purcell. The Memoirs of a Malayan Official. London: Cassell, [1965]. First edition. Very good in rubbed dust jacket. [and:] Frederic Raphael. Somerset Maugham and His World. New York, Scribner's, [n.d.]. First edition. Very good in dust jacket. [and:] Samuel J. Rogal. Westport: Greenwood Press, [1997]. First edition. Fine. Issued without dust jacket. [and:] Loren Rothschild and Deborah Whiteman. William Somerset Maugham: A Bibliographical Catalogue of the Loren and Frances Rothschild William Somerset Maugham Collection. Manuscript copyith notes and corrections by Norman Moore. Fine. [and:] Charles Sanders. W. Somerset Maugham, An Annotated Bibliography of Writings About Him. De Kalb: Northern Illinois University Press, [1970]. Library discard with rubber stamps and pocket at rear. Otherwise, very good in dust jacket with sunned spine. [and:] Godfrey Winn. The Infirm Glory: Volume 2, The Growing Years. London: Pan Books, [1969]. Mass market paperback. Pages yellowed as usual. Near fine. Grenville Cook's copy, with a few of his handwritten notes. Stott F136. [and:] A Comprehensive Exhibition of the Writings of W. Somerset Maugham Drawn From Various Private Collections and Libraries with a Preface by the Author. Stanford University Library, 1958. Limited to 1,000 copies. Blue cloth with gilt-lettered spine (this, apparently, a specially-bound copy containing the original wrappers). Browning to boards and spine. Very good. Stott C60. [and:] W. Somerset Maugham, An Appreciation with Biographical Sketches and a Bibliography. Garden City: Doubleday, [1965]. Slim stapled wraps. Minor area of discoloration to front cover. Otherwise, near fine. Stott F122. [and:] William Somerset Maugham, Ætat 80. London: Heinemann, 1954. on slick white paper. Slim stapled wraps. Very good. cream with some changes and additions. Very good. Not in Stott. From the Collection of Norman F. Moore.

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