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Bodley Head Jack London.
|Statement||Edited and introduced by Arthur Calder-Marshall.|
|Contributions||Calder-Marshall, Arthur, 1908-|
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The Bodley Head Jack London, Volume I: Short Stories & Call of the Wild London, Jack (edited Arthur Calder-Marshall) Published by Bodley Head London ().
The Bodley Head Jack London - Volume 1: The Call of the Wild Etc. Volume 2: John Barleycorn, Cruise of the Dazzler, The Road.
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16 rows The Bodley Head Jack London by Jack London; 15 editions; First. London: Bodley Head, Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good. Green cloth, gilt-stamped lettering on spine; complete set of 4 volumes, 8vo. All volumes with the ownership signature of Bessie "Becky" London (the author's second daughter from his first marriage, born ).
This edition published in by Bodley Head in London. Written in English This edition doesn't have a description yet. Can you add one. The Bodley Head Jack London Edited and with introductions by Arthur Calder-Marshall Volume I The Call of the Wildand a selection of short stories Volume II John Barleycorn, The Cruise of the Dazzlerand The Road.
The Bodley Head publishes influential, compelling non-fiction that explores the ideas, the people, the human obsessions that shape our world. Originally Elkin Mathews and John Lane, The Bodley Head was a partnership set up in by John Lane (–) and Elkin Mathews (–), to trade in antiquarian books in London.
It took its name from a bust of Sir Thomas Bodley, the eponymist of the Bodleian Library in Oxford, above the shop door. Among his most well-known books are Call of the Wild, White Fang, The Sea Wolf, Martin Eden. Purchase exclusive Museum Editions of the complete works of Jack and Charmian London.
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0 Reviews. From inside the book. Bodley Head, Length. John Griffith Chaney also was known as Jack London, was a prolific American novelist and a journalist, who wrote primarily from the point of view of a socialist.
He is known for his unique style of writing and credited as a major innovator in the science fiction genre. Some of the best Jack London books in order are The Call of the Wild, White Fang, An Odyssey of the North and.
The Bodley Head Jack London. (Book, )  Get this from a library. The Bodley Head Jack London. Bodley Head praises 'rich time' for non-fiction Published Ma by Heloise Wood Five Bodley Head authors discussed their upcoming books at a dinner in London’s Balthazar on Tuesday evening.
In SeptemberJack's latest book - 'Now We Have Your Attention: The New Politics Of The People' was published in hardback, e-book and audiobook by The Bodley Head and Vintage.
Lindsay, Jack. Rising tide: a novel of the British way. London: Bodley Head. MLA Citation. Lindsay, Jack. Rising tide: a novel of the British way / by Jack Lindsay Bodley Head London Australian/Harvard Citation. Lindsay, Jack. Rising tide: a novel of the British way / by Jack Lindsay Bodley Head London.
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Jack London - The Bodley Head de edited by Artthur Calder-Marshall et d'autres livres, articles d'art et de collection similaires disponibles sur Jack London. ISBN: (ISBN ) Edition language: English Average rating: 4 Published by Heron Books by arrangement with The Bodley Head, londonl Hardcover, pages Author(s): Jack London, Arthur Calder-Marshall (Introduction).
The Bodley Head has pre-empted an investigation into Britain’s "radical new politics" by political journalist Jack Shenker. They Know. Lone Wolf: The Story of Jack London () Editor. Calder-Marshall edited and wrote the introduction to: Tobias Smollett () The Bodley Head Jack London (four volumes: –66) Prepare to Shed Them Now: The Ballads of George R.
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(London, UK) A Century of French Romance / A Library of French Masterpieces (). Lindsay, Jack. Betrayed spring: a novel of the British way. London: Bodley Head. MLA Citation. Lindsay, Jack. Betrayed spring: a novel of the British way / by Jack Lindsay Bodley Head London Australian/Harvard Citation.
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About this Item: The Bodley Head, London. Hardcover. Condition: GOOD. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, will have the. The Bodley Head, Hardcover.
Very Good. Green cloth boards, gilt lettering to spine. DJ is not price clipped and apart from small tears to top of spine and slight fading, is in good condition.
A nice tight copy of Jack London's short stories and The Call of the Wild Very Good If Martin Eden is indeed autobiographical, it demonstrates the extraordinarily perceptive intellect and much-tortured soul of Jack London. The book is riveting.
The book is riveting. At first, somewhat banal in its celebration of the typical hard man, then academic in its treatment of the philosophers of its time, then ending in a way that Hemingway would have been proud/5(26).
Susan Lapsley, I Am Adopted, The Bodley Head, Jack London, White Fang, Collins, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, The Song of Hiawatha, Starfish Books, Sheila McCullagh, The Story of Old Jock Jockaby, Collins Educational, Giuliana Pandolfi Boldrini, The Etruscan Leopards, The Bodley Head, • Now We Have Your Attention: The New Politics of the People by Jack Shenker is published by Bodley Head (£).
To order a copy go to. In Junea petition was started to get the bust of Jack London removed from Whitehorse, using the same claims of racism and white superiority.
Further Reading: "At the Rainbow's End" by Jack London. Calder-Marshall, Arthur (editor) - The Bodley Head Jack London: Volume Four (London: Bodley Head, ).
Jack Fairweather’s The Volunteer: (Picador) was one of the year’s most impressive excursions into 19th-century London. Iris Whittle escapes the drudgery of her daily work when she catches the eye of Pre-Raphaelite painter Louis Frost and becomes both his model and his mistress.
(Bodley Head), had me enthralled. The book helps remedy. John Lane | The Bodley Head (London, UK) Series dates: Size: ″ x 7″ The Bodley Head Publishers, established inhad run into financial difficulties in the mids. “It continued after backed by a consortium of Allen & Unwin, Jonathan Cape, and J.
Dent. Allen Lane, John Lane’s nephew who had inherited control, finally left to found Penguin Books.”. London: The Bodley Head, Condition: Very Good Some chips and tears to DJ hardcover A wonderful period piece from mid-sixties Swinging London of rising starlets on the scene including Julie Christie, Susannah York, Dusty Springfield, 'Charley' Rampling, Marianne Faithful that will appeal to fans of Sam Haskins, Jeanloup Sieff, and the like.
The Bodley Head/FT Essay Prize Now in its eighth year, the FT and The Bodley Head, one of Britain’s leading publishers of non-fiction, team up to find the best young essay-writing talent from.
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Kenneth Grahame (Grahame, Kenneth, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available. Grahame, Kenneth, Bodley Booklets: The Quest of the Gilt-Edged Girl; Some Notes of a Struggling Genius; The Headswoman; Stories Toto Told Me (bound together in one volume; London and New York: John Lane and Co.
The Bodley Head Jack London John Barleycorn. The cruise of the Dazzler. The road by Jack London, Editor-Arthur Calder- Marshall, John Griffith London Pages, Published by The Bodley Head Ltd ISBNISBN: History Edit. Originally John Lane and Elkin Mathews — The Bodley Head was a partnership set up in by John Lane (–) and Elkin Mathews (–), to trade in antiquarian books in London.
It took its name from a bust of Sir Thomas Bodley, the eponymist of the Bodleian Library in Oxford, above the shop door. Lane and Matthews began in to publish .Publisher: London: The Bodley Head, London: The Bodley Head.
1st UK edition. 8vo, pages, not illustrated. Former public library hardback in very good condition, pen mark on back endpaper, in very good condition dust jacket. Usual stamps.