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INSCRIBED BY HENRY GREEN

(YORKE, Henry) GREEN, Henry. Concluding. London, 1948.

First edition of Green's critically praised futuristic novel, issued the same year as Orwell's 1984, the novel Green considered his best work, inscribed by him the year after publication, "To M— From me. 13/10/49." $2200.

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"WHAT WERE YOU BEFORE THE WAR?"

(YORKE, Henry) GREEN, Henry. Caught. London, 1943.

First edition of the mercurial English writer's fourth novel, "a virtual life feed" of London as England and the world erupted in WWII, published by the Woolfs' Hogarth Press, in original dust jacket designed by respected artist Leonard Rosoman. $1200.

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"ENGLISH MODERNISM'S MOST EVASIVE AND IDIOSYNCRATIC TALENT"

(YORKE, Henry) GREEN, Henry. Back. London, 1946.

First edition of the culmination of Green's WWII trilogy in its story of a traumatized POW back from the front, "Green's most extended attempt to plumb the world of the hunted—and haunted" (Jeremy Treglown), from the Woolfs' Hogarth Press with original dust jacket designed by Vanessa Bell. $650.

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"MASTERLY… IT HAS SOME OF THE BEST MOMENTS OF COMEDY GREEN HAS WRITTEN"

(YORKE, Henry) GREEN, Henry. Doting. London, 1952.

First edition of the final novel by Green, widely considered, after Virginia Woolf, to be "the leading experimental novelist in Britain, and one of the foremost novelists of all serious kinds," with publication by the Woolfs' Hogarth Press. $350.

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