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May 09, 2012


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I love those Larkin editions. I have never read any of his work, I think I always thought he was a poet (besides being a champion of Barbara Pym). Was the Murdoch first edition of The Bell that goofy looking as well? The Isherwood novel(la)might be my favorite book of his.

Yes, I believe the Murdoch first edition has the same dust wrapper!

Larkin is first and fore-most a poet and the one novel I've read, Jill, was a lovely work, but very much juvenilia. Nice to see them issued as a pair though.

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