A ROOM OF ONE'S OWN
by Woolf, Virginia
- Good+ with no dust jacket; . Brown covers with gilt (faded) on spine. No dust jacket. Bottom left corner of front cover badly c
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A Room of One's Own was first published in October 1929 in the UK and USA alike as a limited edition run of 492 numbered, signed copies. The first English edition and impression was released three days later with the Vanessa Bell dust jacket, published by Hogarth Press, the Woolfs' own publishing house. The first US edition was published by Harcourt Brace & Co.
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- A ROOM OF ONE'S OWN
- Woolf, Virginia
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- Used - Good+ with no dust jacket; . Brown covers with gilt (faded) on spine. No dust jacket. Bottom left corner of front cover badly c
- First British Edition; Second Printing
- Hogarth Press
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