Our Specialist Authors - Julian Barnes First Editions (6 books)
Julian Barnes won the Somerset Maugham Award and much public acclaim for his first novel Metroland. His work has a considerable following in France; he was made a Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 1988, Officier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 1995 and Commandeur de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 2004. As Dan Kavanagh, Julian Barnes has also written four well-received crime novels: Duffy (1980), Fiddle City (1981), Putting the Boot In (1985), Going to the Dogs (1987)

Julian Barnes' novel,The Sense of an Ending, won the Man Booker Prize for 2011 and was shortlisted for the Best Novel in the Costa Awards.

Julian Barnes' latest book, Levels of Life, is part essay, part short story, part memoir and is dedicated to his wife, Pat Kavanagh, who died in 2008.

February 2015 Martin Clunes and Arsher Ali are to star in an adaptation of Julian Barnes’s novel Arthur & George to be screened by ITV later this year, date to be confirmed.

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Arthur and George  **uncorrected proof**
code: FE817
Arthur and George **uncorrected proof**
£20.00

Barnes, Julian

Arthur and George

London, Jonathan Cape, 2005

Fine in green card wraps.

Man Booker shortlisted novel.

Love, etc.    **uncorrected proof**
code: FE818
Love, etc. **uncorrected proof**
£12.00

Barnes, Julian

Love, etc.

London, Jonathan Cape, 2000

Fine in green wraps.  Also included is an ill-fitting slightly creased dustjacket.

Talking It Over  **first edition**
code: C1729
Talking It Over **first edition**
£15.00

0Barnes, Julian

Talking It Over

London, Jonathan Cape, 1991. First edition, first printing.

Fine in cream boards with gilt titles to spine in Fine  loosely protected dust jacket (appears unread.  Novel described as "a brilliant and intimate account of love's vicissitudes*.

The Porcupine **first edition**
code: C1730
The Porcupine **first edition**
£15.00

Barnes, Julian

The Porcupine

London, Jonathan Cape, 1991.  Fine in red boards with gilt titles to spine in Fine loosely protected dust jacket.

A novel in which Barnes examines the dramatic political downfall of Eastern Europe.

Cross Channel  **first edition**
code: C1728
Cross Channel **first edition**
£12.50

Barnes, Julian

Cross Channel

London, Jonathan Cape, 1996 First edition, first printing.  Fine in Very Good (2 closed nicks to rear panel) loosely protected dust jacket.

 

The Lemon Table **signed first edition**
code: C1731
The Lemon Table **signed first edition**
£22.00

Barnes, Julian

The Lemon Table

London, Jonathan Cape, 2004. Near Fine (tiny crease to top rear corner) in Fine loosely protected dust jacket. Signed by the author to the title page.

Selection of stories on the theme of characters "who are growing old and facing the end of their lives, some with bitter regret, some with resignation and some with raging defiance".

  

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Iris Murdoch First Editions
J.K. Rowling First Editions
Philip Reeve First Editions
Steve Augarde (updated November 2009)

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