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BEERBOHM, Max (Sir Henry Maximilian), 1872-1956 : THE WORKS OF MAX BEERBOHM.
New York : Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1896. First edition : precedes the London edition. Beerbohm’s first regularly published book – “The Pervasion of Rouge” and half a dozen other pieces which propelled him to the forefront of English letters.
BEERBOHM, Max (Sir Henry Maximilian), 1872-1956 : MORE BY MAX BEERBOHM.
London & New York : John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1899. First edition : the American-printed sheets of the scarcer (and probably earlier) of the two London impressions, with the half-title and the plain title-page. Beerbohm with twenty essays on royalty, actors, the sea-side in winter, sign-boards, music halls, Covent Garden, and much else besides.
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BEERBOHM, Max (Sir Henry Maximilian), 1872-1956 : THE HAPPY HYPOCRITE.
[London] : Privately Printed for Allen and Richard Lane, 1948. An attractive limited edition of 500 copies, produced as a Christmas keepsake by the publishers. “None, it is said, of all who revelled with the Regent, was half so wicked as Lord George Hell ...”. First published in 1897.
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