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Bregenz und Thüringen (2010). 116pp. Soft cover. The ninth publication of papers delivered at the Norman Douglas Symposium in Bregenz in 2016, including essays on Douglas and his circle. Fine in blue wrappers.
Graz: Neugebauer (2010). 312pp. Volume 3 of the Selected Correspondence of Norman Douglas, which includes nearly 40 years of letters between these longtime friends, covering a wide range of shared interests and acquaintances. Illustrations. Fine in red linen boards.
Graz: Neugebauer Verlag (2011). 474pp. Edward Hutton was a prolific writer on Italian subjects and began an extended correspondence and friendship with Norman Douglas until the latter's death in 1952. An extensive selection of the letters is presented here in the fourth volume of the series issued by the Voralberger Landesbibliothek and edited by Arthur Wensigner.The correspondence covers a wide variety of subjects and includes references to many of their shared friends and enthusiasms. Fine in red fabric boards.
Bregenz (2009). 127pp. An illustrated record of the 5th symposium on Norman Douglas studies held in Austria in 2008, with transcripts in English, German and Italian and contributions by Cecil Woolf, Arthur Wensinger, Neil Rirchie and others. Fine in stiff wrappers.
Philadelphia: Centaur Book Shop (1927). 166pp. The first bibliography of Douglas' publications, completed with his assistance. Despite a newer bibliography by Cecil Woolf, this edition remains instructive on a number of the finer points of Douglas' work. Very good in paper patterned boards, photographic frontispiece. One of only 100 large paper copies, signed and numbered by the author and by Douglas. Uncommon.
Bregenz: Voralberger Landesmuseum (2001). 364pp. An exhaustive collection of photographs, essays and art work about the life of Norman Douglas. The essays are in German, English and Italian. Fine in wrappers.
Berolini : Impensis G. Reimeri (1831). A dissertation on the life and writings of Hecataeus by the German philologist. Hecataeus of Miletus was a Greek philosopher whose studies of the natural world and geography were among the most provocative of his generation. This text contains a study of early surveys of the ancient world. Rebound in Italian paper boards, leather spine label, with the ownership stamp of Norman Douglas on front pastedown. Light foxing throughout. Map. Rare.