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London, Faber and Faber, 1977 (first edition). Laid down on the flyleaf is a John Sandoe (Sloan Square bookseller) compliments card inscribed 'Sent at the request of Mr Teddy Millington-Drake'. The recipient, whose ownership signature and interesting annotation on the flyleaf over-runs the card, is none other than Sir Walter Crocker.
Adelaide, Printed by Webb, Vardon, and Pritchard [for the Author], 1882. 'Essential; an important regional novel and nearly a comic masterpiece' states Depasquale ('A Critical History of South Australian Literature, 1836-1930'); 'a rambling, episodic, undisciplined novel, part romance, part satire, part detective novel and ... part didactic religious novel'. The...
Northport, Seajay Press, 1983 [first separate edition]. First published in the 'Mississippi Quarterly' Volume 36, Summer 1983. Of this separate edition, there were 200 numbered copies for sale and 26 lettered copies for private distribution; this copy is unnumbered. An unpublished short story set and written in Paris in 1925.
London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1964. An iconographical approach to Spenser's 'Faerie Queene'. 'A concluding chapter deals with wider aspects of numerical composition, and discusses the principles of numerological analysis, which is becoming an indispensable instrument for the student of Renaissance poetry'.