An extensive collection of first editions of Eliot's work, approximately 150 books and periodicals, including the following: the first appearance of "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" in Poetry (June 1915); a very good copy of Ara VusPrec (Ovid Press, 1920); the first appearance of "The Waste Land" in The Dial (November 1922); the first copyright issue of Journey of the Magi (Rudge, 1927); limited signed editions of A Song for Simeon (1928), Animula (1929), Marina (1930) and Triumphal March (1931), as well as the limited signed edition of Ash Wednesday (1930); a near fine copy in dust jacket of the first edition of Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats (Faber, 1939); the original appearance of "East Coker" as a supplement to The New English Weekly, (Easter Number, 1940), two variant issues, with the second edition of the poem in The New English Weekly; a complete run of the first separate editions of East Coker (1940), Burnt Norton (1941), The Dry Salvages (1941), and Little Gidding (1942), with the first ap

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P.O. Box 930
Deep River, CT 06417
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Specializing in Rare Books & Manuscripts, Literary First Editions, Poetry, Private Press Books, Illustrated Books, Association Copies, Literary Art & Artifacts, Archives & Appraisals
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