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28 March 2019

Modern First Editions

Lot 62

Salman Rushdie, the Complete Novels, plus short stories and non-fiction, first and limited editions, signed by the author [UK and USA, 1975-2017]

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Estimate £400 - £600 + fees

Sold Price £950



Salman Rushdie, the Complete Novels, plus short stories and non-fiction, first and limited editions, signed by the author [UK and USA, 1975-2017]


 


a group of 26 volumes, comprising: Grimus (1975, authors first work, dust-jacket spine very slightly faded, top edges spotted), Midnight's Children (1981, top edges of volume and jacket a little spotted), Midnight's Children (1981, first American Edition, dust-jacket a little faded), Shame (1983), The Jaguar Smile, a Nicaraguan Journey (1987, first American edition), The Jaguar Smile (1987, original printed wrappers), The Satanic Verses (1988, dust-jacket spine very slightly faded), Is Nothing Sacred? (1990, original printed wrappers), Haroun and the Sea of Stories (1990), Imaginary Homelands (1991), East, West (1994), The Moore's Last Sigh (1995, Waterstone's limited edition copy), Good Advice is Better Than Rubies (1995, Pantheon Press limited edition, original printed wrappers and folder), The Moore's Last Sigh (1995), The Vintage book of Indian Writing 1947-1997 (1997, paperback edition), The Ground Beneath Her Feet (1999), Fury (2001), Fury (2001, first American edition), Fury (2001, first American edition), Step Across This Line (2002), Salimar the Clown (2005), Francesco Clemente self portraits (2006, portfolio-style exhibition catalogue of Francesco Clemente, with text by Salman Rushdie, illustrations throughout, original printed wrappers), The Enchantress of Florence (2008, number 12 of 100 copies, slip-case), Luka and the Fire of Life (2010), Joseph Anton (2012), Two Years Eight Months (2015), The Golden House (2017), all first English editions unless specified, original cloth or boards, dust-jackets present where applicable, all signed by the author, an excellent set of this much celebrated author's works, 8vo and large 4to