4 edition of Letters to Frank Harris & other friends found in the catalog.
Letters to Frank Harris & other friends
Limited ed. of 400 copies. No. 195, signed by author.
|Statement||Enid Bagnold ; edited & with an introd. by R. P. Lister.|
|Contributions||Harris, Frank, 1855-1931., Lister, R. P. 1914-|
|LC Classifications||PR6003.A35 Z53 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||80508346|
Letters to Frank Harris, & Other Friends First Edition by Enid Bagnold. Published by Whittington Press in - UK. Condition: Fine / Wrapper: No Jacket (as Issued). Number 46 of copies, SIGNED by Enid Bagnold to the limitation page. Edited and with introduction by R.P. Lister. Tipped-in colour frontispiece and 4 tipped-in black and white illustrations. Throughout her long career, Bagnold befriended many in the literary world, some of whom are included in her publication, Letters to Frank Harris & Other Friends. Another such friend, nephew of writer William Somerset Maugham, Robin Maugham was especially important to her in the final years of her life.
Frank Harris was an infamous character of the late 19th and early 20th century. He made his name as a journalist and author, becoming a key figure of the literary and political scene. He was a friend of Bernard Shaw and Oscar Wilde, and amongst many others he also knew H. G. Wells, Max Beerbohm, Winston Churchill, Aleister Crowley, George. Throughout her long career, Bagnold befriended many in the literary world, some of whom are included in her publication, Letters to Frank Harris & Other Friends. Another such friend, nephew of writer William Somerset Maugham, Robin Maugham was especially important to .
Letters to Frank Harris & other friends by Bagnold, Enid. 2 editions National Velvet Book and Charm with Other by Bagnold, Enid. 1 edition Enid Bagnold, Enid Bagnold (), Frank Harris () Time. 20th century. 3 Lists. Add to List. Collection consists of letters written by Harris, typescripts of his works, photographs, and ephemera. Letters, , written from New York, London, Paris, and Nice to his friends and associates, concern literary and editorial matters. Some letters are about his attempts to have an expurgated edition of his autobiography published in America.
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Author: Bagnold, Enid. Year: The letters provide a unique insight into Bagnold's feelings at the time, a glimpse of the effect Harris could have on a woman: it is a shame that this minor classic has not been published in a cheaper edition where it might reach a. COVID Resources.
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Andoversford: Whittington Press & William Heinemann, First Edition. Large 8vo, pp. Of a total edition of copies hand-set in Caslon and printed on Arches mould-made paper, this is one of copies bound in cloth, numbered and signed by Bagnold.
Illustrated with 5 mounted color plates. A fine copy in publisher's box. Item # A collection of letters and diary extracts from the period of the First World War.
As well as Frank Harris, Enid Bagnold's correspondents included Walter Sickert, Antoine Bibesco, Claud Lovat Fraser, and H. Wells. An early and superb example of the art of book production from The Whittington Press /.
Letters to Frank Harris, & Other Friends. Andoversford: Whittington Press / London: William Heinemann, xxv, 77p + 5 tipped in pls., 1 in color. Fine hardcover (no d.j., as issued) in good slipcase (top edge splitting due to very tight fit of the book).
Buy Letters to Frank Harris, & Other Friends by Enid Bagnold, R. P Lister (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Enid Bagnold, R. P Lister. Frank Harris was an editor, journalist and publisher, who was friendly with many well-known figures of his day.
Born in Ireland, he emigrated to America early in life, working in a variety of unskilled jobs before attending the University of Kansas to read law/5.
Frank Harris has 98 books on Goodreads with ratings. Frank Harris’s most popular book is Oscar Wilde. LETTERS TO FRANK HARRIS, & other friends. Edited & with an introduction by R. Lister. xxviii+78(last blank)+(blank, colophon), the title page printed in red/brown & black, hand-tipped coloured frontispiece (from a watercolour portrait of Enid Bagnold by Claud Lovat Fraser), plus 4 monochrome hand-tipped plates, printed endpapers; roy.
8vo; Laura Ashley rust coloured floral. From to Harris concentrated on working as a novelist, authoring a series of popular books such as The Bomb, The Man Shakespeare, and The Yellow Ticket and Other Stories. With the advent of World War I in the summer ofHarris decided to return to the United States.
Most of Frank Harris's published bibliography is included as well as all the major biographies. See also the minor bibliography. Title. Author. Year. Elder Conklin and Other Stories. Harris, Frank. The Adventures of John Johns. Hope to hear from you so we can get to know each other and become friends.
About Frank. Frank Harris # EKCC. Road to Justice. West Liberty, KY United States. BY EMAIL Email Frank Now. Inmates do not have internet access. We print and send your email messages. TYPE & PRINT Write Letter to Frank Harris Type your message Location: London, KY.
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National Emergency My life and loves by Harris, Frank, ; Burgess, Gelett, ; Hindlemann, Sig. Publication date Topics Harris, Frank Pages: Letters to Frank Harris, & Other Friends: Price: £ including postage and packing within UK: Edition: Limited: Publishers: Whittington Press & William Heinemann Hard cover in near fine condition no dust-wrapper.
Description: Hardback with slipcase. x 17cm. 77pp. Illustrated 5 tipped-in illustrations. Signed by Enid Bagnold. Letters to Frank Harris & Other Friends () Early Poems () References Further reading.
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