Author:James, Henry.


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By: James, Henry Jr.

Price: $35.00

Seller ID: james,henryjr.35newyork:harperandbrothers,(1979)

New York: Harper and Brothers, (1979). First edition, later printing (BAL 10547). Original black cloth, printed in red. Light rubbing, slightly cocked, a Very Good copy. View more info

The Nature of Evil.

By: James, Henry Sr..

Price: $90.00

Seller ID: james,henrysr..90newyork:d.appleton,1855.firsted

New York: D. Appleton, 1855. First edition. Original black cloth, gilt, decorated in blind. Spine ends and lower three inches of first joint are worn. A Good, sound copy. View more info


By: James, Henry, and Edith Wharton.

Price: $15.00

Seller ID: james,henry,andedithwharton.15newyork:charlesscr

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, (1990). First edition. Quarter cloth, gilt, and paper-covered boards, pictorial dust jacket, both Fine. View more info

Letter to a Swedenborgian.

By: James, Henry, Sr.

Price: $280.00

Seller ID: james,henry,sr.280newyork:johnallen,1847.origina

New York: John Allen, 1847. Original printed wrappers, 24 pp. The father of the novelist of the same name, himself an admirer of Swedenborg, writes this caustic criticism of the "New Jerusalem Church", the dominant Swedenborgian institution in America. On the front wrapper James quotes Milton's "Areopagitica": "I fear yet this iron yoke of outward conformity hath left a slavish print upon our necks...", signifying that the New Church is just like ... View more info

The Correspondence of Henry James and the House of Macmillan, 1877-1914.

By: James, Henry.

Price: $30.00

Seller ID: james,henry.30batonrouge:louisianastateuniversit

Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, (1993). First edition. Original cloth, gilt, pictorial dust jacket. Macmillan published 31 of James' titles. The majority of these letters being printed here for the first time. Edited by Rayburn S. Moore. A Fine copy. View more info

Notes on Novelists. With Some Other Notes.

By: James, Henry.

Price: $60.00

Seller ID: james,henry.60(london):j.m.dentandsons,1914.firs

(London): J.M. Dent and Sons, 1914. First edition. Original green cloth, gilt, decorated in blind, top-edge brown-stained, others trimmed. There were just 1100 copies (Edel and Laurence, A73). Slightly cocked, ownership signature, bottom edge a little soiled. A Very Good copy. View more info

The Lesson of the Master.

By: James, Henry.

Price: $90.00

Seller ID: james,henry.90newyork:macmillan,andlondon,1892.f

New York: Macmillan, and London, 1892. First edition, American issue. Original blue cloth, gilt, decorated in red and black. There were 2900 copies divided between the American and English issues. Slightly cocked, spine darkened, small abrasion on the front. Bookplate of the Bryn Mawr Library with their withdrawn stamp, another inoffensive marking on the title page. A Very Good copy. View more info

Partial Portraits.

By: James, Henry.

Price: $80.00

Seller ID: james,henry.80london:macmillan,andnewyork,1888.f

London: Macmillan, and New York, 1888. First edition, English issue (Edel and Laurence, A30). Original smooth dark green cloth, gilt. Retains leaf A-1. Wear at spine ends (especially top) and corners, a Very Good copy. View more info

"A Landscape Painter" in "The Atlantic Monthly"

By: James, Henry.

Price: $60.00

Seller ID: james,henry.60forfebruary,1866.thefirstappearanc

for February, 1866. The first appearance of this short story (Edel and Laurence, 3rd ed., D22), featuring a strong, appealing heroine and a naive hero ("Ahhh, it was ever thus", said Una Merkel's character, Verbena, in "The Parent Trap", 1961). A very early James publication. It was reprinted in "Stories Revived", 1885. A Fine copy. View more info

Notes on Novelists. With Some Other Notes.

By: James, Henry.

Price: $50.00

Seller ID: james,henry.50newyork:charlesscribner'ssons,1914

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1914. First American edition (Edel and Laurence, A73b). Original sateen cloth, gilt, top edge gilt. Mortimer Adler's copy, his book plate. Unopened. A little rubbing, spine slightly sunned. A Very Good copy. View more info

Autograph Letter, Signed.

By: James, Henry.

Price: $375.00

Seller ID: james,henry.375noplace,nodate,tomydearaunt,thank

No place, no date, to "My dear Aunt", thanking her for some presents, and apologizing that he is "...very, very busy & shall not see you until we can have a long chat." He then promises to send her "...two (theater?) seats for Friday." One page, 10 lines, a little age toning, Very Good. View more info

The Vision: Or, Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise of Dante Alighieri.

By: [Lowell, James Russell] Cary, Henry Francis, translator.

Price: $875.00

Seller ID: [lowell,jamesrussell]cary,henryfrancis,translator.

New York: D. Appleton, 1845. Original brown cloth, gilt, elaborately decorated in gilt and blind. An interesting association copy: inscribed from Dante scholar James Russell Lowell and his wife, Maria, in Lowell's hand, to their nephew, Charles Russell Lowell, on the future Civil War hero's 12th birthday. Charles and his uncle James, who was just 16 years older, were very close. As Charles grew older, James "....treated him more like a friend than a nephew....(an... View more info

A Fable for Critics.

By: [Thoreau, Henry D.] Lowell, James Russell.

Price: $50.00

Seller ID: [thoreau,henryd.]lowell,jamesrussell.50(newyork)

(New York): G.P. Putnam, (1848). First edition, second printing (BAL 13063). Original paper boards, printed paper label lacking, in a custom marbled paper slipcase. Lowell's popular poem pokes fun at many of the literary figures of the day, including Thoreau, who had yet to write his first book: "How he jumps, how he strains, and gets red in the face, / To keep step with the mystagogue's (Emerson) natural pace!". Worn, top of spine lacks 1 1/2 inches, label... View more info

Thoreau Among Others. Essays in Honor of Walter Harding.

By: [Thoreau, Henry David] Gollin, Rita K. and James B. Scholes, editors.

Price: $25.00

Seller ID: [thoreau,henrydavid]gollin,ritak.andjamesb.scholes

(No place): State University College of New York at Geneseo, 1983. Original printed wrappers, illustrated, 122 pp. Eight essays, contributors include Joel Myerson, Elizabeth Witherell, Walter Harding, and Laurence Buell. A Fine copy. View more info