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Lanark by Alasdair Gray


Ref: 18718LanarkLanark
AuthorAlasdair GrayPublished: New York, Braziller, 1985
First US hardback edition, first printing. Signed by the author. Near fine, with an ownership inscription in a near fine slightly rubbed dustjacket. Regarded by many as one of the great British books of the twentieth century.
Price: £ 200.00

Ref: 21342LanarkLanark
AuthorAlasdair GrayPublished: Edinburgh, Canongate, 1981
First edition, first printing. Signed presentation copy (To JOHN COOK from the author of this (me)* at Gordons House 22 April 1981). The author appears to have forgotten to sign his name, so added the * and signed the book at the bottom of the page. A good example of the author's enduring eccentricity. The exact publication date is not known, but this seems to be an early copy. Near fine in very good, price clipped dustjacket with a couple of small tears. Regarded by many as one of the great British books of the twentieth century.
Price: £ 800.00

Ref: 19895LanarkLanark
AuthorAlasdair GrayPublished: Edinburgh, Canongate, 1981
First edition, first printing. Near fine, with a slightly dusty top edge and minor bumps to the bottom corners in near fine price clipped dustjacket. Signed by the author and inscribed to David. Regarded by many as one of the great British books of the twentieth century.
Price: £ 400.00

Ref: 200954LanarkLanark
AuthorAlasdair GrayPublished: Edinburgh, Canongate, 1981
First edition, first printing. Near fine with slightly dusty edges to the text block and a small tear to the base of the spine in near fine slightly creased dustjacket. Original promotional bookmark laid in. Regarded by many as one of the great British books of the twentieth century.
Price: £ 360.00

Ref: 18717LanarkLanark
AuthorAlasdair GrayPublished: Edinburgh, Canongate, 1981
First edition, first printing. Near fine, with a dusty top edge and an ownership inscription in a near fine price clipped dustjacket. Signed by the author. Regarded by many as one of the great British books of the twentieth century.
Price: £ 400.00

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