Unconditional Surrender. London: Chapman & Hall, 1961. 8° (184 x 122mm.). Original cloth, dust-jacket. Provenance: John Sparrow (author's presentation copy, inscribed "For John with affectionate regards from Evelyn October 1961." FIRST EDITION; Basil Seal rides again. London: Shenval Press for Chapman & Hall, 1963. 4° (253 x 192mm.). Coloured frontispiece by Kathleen Hale. Original blue buckram, t.e.g. Provenance: John Sparrow (author's presentation copy, inscribed: 'for John with affec. regards from the author'). One of 750 copies, this unnumbered. - With two others, first editions of The Loved One and Put out more flags, and an autograph postcard from Waugh to Sparrow, initialled 'E', June 1962, concerning the "Lady Chatterly" trial and ending with a joking request for an honorary degree: Cambridge has given G.Greene an hon. degree. Can't you get one for me at Oxford? I am as good at my job as Sutherland at his. (6) " /> WAUGH, Evelyn. <I>Vile Bodies.</I> London: Chapman & Hall Ltd., 1930. 8° (188 x 120mm.). Two-colour title (outer margin of title shaved with slight loss to one character, final leaf of text torn). Original cloth (spine slightly darkened, lower joint very slightly split). <I>Provenance</I>: Maurice Bowra (author's presentation copy, inscribed "For Maurice from Evelyn December 27th. 1929 Pakahem [sic.]". FIRST EDITION; <I>Unconditional Surrender</I>. London: Chapman & Hall, 1961. 8° (184 x 122mm.). Original cloth, dust-jacket. <I>Provenance</I>: John Sparrow (author's presentation copy, inscribed "For John with affectionate regards from Evelyn October 1961." FIRST EDITION; <I>Basil Seal rides again.</I> London: Shenval Press for Chapman & Hall, 1963. 4° (253 x 192mm.). Coloured frontispiece by Kathleen Hale. Original blue buckram, t.e.g. <I>Provenance</I>: John Sparrow (author's presentation copy, inscribed: 'for John with affec. regards from the author'). One of 750 copies, this unnumbered. - With two others, first editions of <I>The Loved One</I> and <I>Put out more flags</I>, and an autograph postcard from Waugh to Sparrow, initialled 'E', June 1962, concerning the "Lady Chatterly" trial and ending with a joking request for an honorary degree: <I>Cambridge has given G.Greene an hon. degree. Can't you get one for me at Oxford? I am as good at my job as Sutherland at his.</I> (6) | Christie's