The House in Paris, New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1935, 8°, FIRST AMERICAN EDITION, PRESENTATION COPY, the front free endpaper inscribed: "To John Hayward from Elizabeth Bowen Feb. 1936," original purple cloth, dust-jacket; Seven Winters, Dublin: Cuala Press, 1942, 8°, FIRST EDITION, number 127 of 450 copies, original cloth-backed boards, paper label on spine, unopened. With 16 others by the same author. (21)" /> BOWEN, Elizabeth. <I>Encounters</I>, London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1923, 8°, FIRST EDITION OF THE AUTHOR'S FIRST WORK, decorated endpapers, original blue cloth gilt; <I>Ann Lee's and other stories</I>, London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1926, FIRST EDITION (bookseller's label to front pastedown), original brown cloth, dust-jacket (spine browned and slightly chipped); <I>To the North</I>, London: Victor Gollancz, 1932, 8°, FIRST EDITION, PRESENTATION COPY, the front free endpaper inscribed: "Miss Dot Allan from Elizabeth Bowen. An "old" book now, but something of a curiosity, as it is out of print. April 1949," original black cloth; <I>The House in Paris</I>, New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1935, 8°, FIRST AMERICAN EDITION, PRESENTATION COPY, the front free endpaper inscribed: "To John Hayward from Elizabeth Bowen Feb. 1936," original purple cloth, dust-jacket; <I>Seven Winters</I>, Dublin: Cuala Press, 1942, 8°, FIRST EDITION, number 127 of 450 copies, original cloth-backed boards, paper label on spine, unopened. With 16 others by the same author. (21) | Christie's