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Summer 2022 Miscellany

Our new and truly miscellaneous Miscellany has your summer covered. In this list Benny Hill, The Ramones and Papa Doc Duvalier jostle for space with nineteenth century theatre, as well as pioneering works in the fields of anthropology and stimulant consumption. There is also a whiff of the occult, and Jack Warner explaining how Dirk Bogarde revived his career by killing him in The Blue Lamp.



 Bard Babs Home Jan 22

   'The Nineteen Eighties Start Here . . .'                          'Sincerely, Papa Doc Duvalier'




Welcome to Neil Pearson Rare Books

Neil Pearson has collected rare books for thirty years: his specialism is nineteenth and twentieth century first edition literature, with a particular interest in the expatriate literary movement of Paris between the wars. He is the author of Obelisk (Liverpool University Press, 2007), a history of the notorious Paris imprint which in the 1930s published the early work of, among others, Henry Miller, Lawrence Durrell and Anaïs Nin. In 2011 he researched, compiled and wrote They Were What They Were: A Catalogue of Early Gay Fiction, 1862 -1960. More information about both of these titles can be found here.

After buying books for so many years, he is delighted finally to be selling some.




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