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RHYS, Jean.

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  1. Perversity.
    First English language edition, first impression. Though the title page states that the translator was Ford Madox Ford, this edition was actually translated by Jean Rhys, who was his lover in Paris during the mid 1920s. Learn More
    £375

    Stock Code: 80633

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  2. After Leaving Mr Mackenzie.
    First edition, first impression. Learn More
    £200

    Stock Code: 59922

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  3. Voyage in the Dark.
    First edition, first impression. Increasingly hard to find in the dust jacket. Learn More
    £1,500

    Stock Code: 108445

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  4. Good Morning Midnight.
    First edition, first impression of the author's final novel before she slipped into obscurity and poverty; it was republished in the 1960s following her rediscovery and the publication of Wide Sargasso Sea. Scarce. Learn More
    £2,500

    Stock Code: 99244

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  5. Good Morning Midnight.
    First edition, first impression. Good Morning Midnight was the author's final novel before she slipped into poverty and obscurity, and was republished in the 1960s following her rediscovery and the publication of Wide Sargasso Sea. Learn More
    £475

    Stock Code: 86184

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  6. Voyage in the Dark.
    Reissue in the very attractive dust jacket. Originally published in 1934. Learn More
    £60

    Stock Code: 85233

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  7. Tigers are Better-Looking.
    First edition, first impression, of the author's collection of short stories. Learn More
    £75

    Stock Code: 104311

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  8. After Leaving Mr. Mackenzie.
    Reissue in the attractively designed dust jacket. After Leaving Mr. Mackenzie was originally published in 1931, appearing before Rhys slipped into obscurity and poverty. In 1945 the actress Selma Vaz Dias adapted another of the author's novels into a BBC programme, and advertised for Rhys to contact her to give permission... Learn More
    £40

    Stock Code: 86183

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  9. Sleep It Off, Lady.
    First US edition, first printing. Originally published in the UK in the same year. Presentation copy inscribed by the author on the title page: "For Diana [Trilling], From Jean with a lot of love. Happy New Year! London Christmas! 1976". Learn More
    £675

    Stock Code: 89581

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