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Greene, Brighton Rock, 1939, Albatross edition, author's copy

Estimate:

1,500 - 2,000 GBP

From the Library of Christian Heuer

Greene, Brighton Rock, 1939, Albatross edition, author's copy

Greene, Brighton Rock, 1939, Albatross edition, author's copy

Estimate:

1,500 - 2,000 GBP

Lot sold:

3,000

GBP

From the Library of Christian Heuer


GREENE, GRAHAM

Brighton Rock. Leipzig: The Albatross, 1939


8vo, AUTHOR'S COPY, "Albatross edition", 1 of 12 copies printed upon handmade paper and bound in half-leather, half-title, half yellow morocco over marbled boards, spine titled in gilt, top-edge gilt, light spotting, slightly bumped


In Ways of Escape (1980), Greene noted that "Brighton Rock... is one of the best [books] I ever wrote". 



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