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Lorenzo in Taos The Story of D. H. Lawrence in New Mexico. by  Mabel Dodge LUHAN - First Edition - 1933 - from Voewood Rare Books and

Lorenzo in Taos The Story of D. H. Lawrence in New Mexico.

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Lorenzo in Taos The Story of D. H. Lawrence in New Mexico.

by LUHAN, Mabel Dodge

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London: Martin Secker 1933, 1933. First English edition. 8vo. 228x150mm. pp. 320. Frontispiece consisting of a black and white photograph of D. H. Lawrence taken by Edward Weston. Original brown cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Original cream dust-jacket printed in black with author's photograph to front panel. Previous owner's small book ticket to rear pastedown. Small booksellers ticket to front pastedown. Dust-jacket very slightly strengthened at spine. A fine copy in a fine dust-jacket. This memoir by Mabel Dodge Luhan is a personal recollection of Lawrence's time in New Mexico where she had invited him to stay. In her preface addressed to Robinson Jeffers, she explains that this book "tries to show you how we felt and acted some years ago...the painful days that brought about changes in us all". This book has been described as "the best portrait there will ever be of Lawrence himself".


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Lorenzo in Taos The Story of D. H. Lawrence in New Mexico.
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Simon Finch has been a Rare Book Dealer since 1980. He has had shops in Notting Hill Gate, Mayfair and Holt, Norfolk. His firm has handled a wide variety of material from the First Folio of Shakespeare to the wilder shores of the counterculture and everything in between. In 1998, Simon bought Voewood, one of the finest Arts and Crafts and houses and brought it back to life with an eight-year programme of renovation and restoration. Voewood Rare Books, which operates from Voewood, is the continuation for Simon of a long career in the book trade. It also represents an important link with the House. Voewood is always beautiful, surprising, mysterious and perhaps a little disorientating and we aim to bring something of this spirit to the bookshop. Whilst our focus in on the visual arts, literature and the counter-culture, we deal also in a broad range of antiquarian and modern rare books across all subject areas. Our collection can be found here at Biblio and on our website. We are open by appointment and can always be contacted by email.


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