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By Franz Kafka
First edition, first impression of the English edition (London Martin Secker, 1930). Originally published in German under the title ‘Das Schloss’ in 1926. This was the first of Kafka’s novels to be translated into English.
Boards and spine unmarked and wonderfully preserved with a very minor bump to spine foot; some foxing to edges, but contents completely clean and free from any inscriptions – near fine.
The original, unclipped and unrestored dust jacket has some trivial chipping to corners and very small area of loss to top corner of upper panel; occasional abrasion to upper panel hinge and extremities; slight toning to spine panel. Very good or a little better.
An excellent example of a rare title and hard to find in this condition.
The Word Child
By Iris Murdoch
First Edition, First Impression (Chatto & Windus, 1975) Small bump to spine foot, else fine. Original and unclipped dust jacket has very slight fading to spine panel with signs of trivial wear to extremities. An excellent copy.
England Your England
By George Orwell
First Edition, First Impression (Secker & Warburg, 1953). Light fading to spine and to top edge of front and rear boards; bump to bottom corner of rear board. Slight fading to spine panel of original and unclipped dust jacket and very minor signs of abrasion here and there to extremities. A very fine example.
Man in the High Castle
By Philip K. Dick
UK First Edition, First Impression (Gollancz, 1975). Light soiling to head of text block. Very small mark to front panel of original and unclipped dust jacket. An excellent, near fine copy.
Nuns and Soldiers
By Iris Murdoch
First Edition, First Impression (Chatto & Windus, 1980). Spine tips slightly bumped. Fading to spine panel of original and unclipped dust jacket with slight wear to spine tips. A near fine copy.