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WOOLF, Virginia (1882-1941). Walter Sickert: A Conversation. London: Hogarth Press, 1934. 8°. Original pale blue wrappers (discoloured at spine). FIRST EDITION. Kirkpatrick A20a; Woolmer 355. PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed 'Ottoline from Virginia'. In 1932, at a party hosted by William Plomer (see lot 42), Ottoline Morrell surprised the guests by dancing the cancan with Walter Sickert.
WOOLF, Virginia. Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown. London: Hogarth Press, 1924. 8°. Original cream wrappers with design by Vanessa Bell (stained). Hogarth Essays, first series, no. 1. Kirkpatrick A7a; Woolmer 54.
WOOLF, Virginia. A Letter to a Young Poet. London: Hogarth Press, 1932. 8°. Original wrappers. Hogarth Letters No. 8. Kirkpatrick A17a; Woolmer 314.
WOOLF, Virginia. Monday or Tuesday. Richmond: Hogarth Press, 1921. 8°. Woodcuts by Vanessa Bell. Original boards, brown cloth spine. FIRST EDITION. Kirkpatrick A5a; Woolmer 17.
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