For any student of Modernist literature, or the interwar period, the Hogarth Press must surely come near the top of their must-collect list! The Hogarth Press, now an imprint of The Crown Publishing Group (Random House) was once a very small, unobtrusive press based in the heart of Londonís artistic and intelligentsia community. It operated from 1917 through Second World War to 1946, and was run by no less than the writer Virginia Woolf and her husband, Leonard.
Virginia Woolf was already a professional writer at the time, but who struggled with constricting editorial decisions on the part of the entirely established male publishing world. As a part of the tentative Bloomsbury Group, whose members also numbered the poets T.S. Elliot and Ezra Pound, she found that she was surrounded by a rich intellectual heritage Ė and in fact at an epicentre of the birth of Modernist literature in the United Kingdom.
The Hogarth Press itself used a cropper platen press (exact size unknown) which was used to print Woolfís own works, as well as the pamphlets and books of her friends in the Bloomsbury Group. Although at the start it was regarded by Leonard as more of a hobby for Virginia Ė and a way that she could concentrate on physical, practical endeavour rather than the abstract world of writing, it soon became a way of making a living, with the Press regularly publishing over 20 to 30 titles a year (and hundreds of copies thereof. The success of the Bloomsbury Group within their respective fields (and the scandals that they provoked) only ensured the success of Hogarth Press itself.
Its founder, Virginia, however, was ever allergic to success Ė and never wished to expand the Press into a full publishing house, despite insistence by her many helpers, friends, and confidantes. The Hogarth Press was eventually given over entirely in 1938 to her husband Leonard and his business partner, who in turn took the press to the publishing company Chatto and Windus to secure a career and funding. Chatto and Windus was later bought by Random House, and the name of Hogarth Press used for one of its edgier, modernist fiction imprints.
When collecting Hogarth, the best period to aim for is this early interwar period (1917-1939) thanks, primarily to Virginia Woolfís direct involvement in the press. Each edition is, by its very nature limited, with covers especially designed by either Virginia Woolf or her sister, the artist Vanessa Bell. Among its publications are unique editions of T.S. Eliotís The Wasteland, or works by E.M Forster. While signed or true first editions of Viriginiaís work published through the Hogarth Press can cost as much as ten or more thousand British Pounds, it is possible to get a later printing by Hogarth of the same work, such as The Waves (£999 at AbeBooks) or Monday, Tuesday (£1250 at AbeBooks). These would be excellent investments for the serious collector, as these editions are never going to be repeated, and their prestige is considerable.
Woolf, Virginia. Two Stories. Hogarth Press (1917). Three Jews; By L. S. Woolf And The Mark On The Wall By Virginia Woolf; 150 copies; With four woodcuts by Dora Carrington.
Woolf, Virginia. Kew Gardens. Hogarth Press (1919). Illustrated with two woodcuts by Vanessa Bell; 150 copies.
Eliot, T. S. Poems.. Hogarth Press (1919). 250 copies;First issue with capitaux in the uncorrected state
Gorky, Maxim. Reminiscences Of Leo Nicolayevitch Tolstoi. Hogarth Press (1920). Authorized Translation from the Russian by S. S. Koteliansky and Leonard Woolf; 1000 copies printed
Smith, Logan. Pearsall. Stories From The Old Testament. Hogarth Press (1920). Retold By Logan Pearsall Smith
Forster, E. M. The Story Of The Siren.. Hogarth Press (1920). collection of short stories The Eternal Moment and Other Stories; 500 copies.
Woolf, Virginia. Monday Or Tuesday. Hogarth Press (1921). Illustrated with four woodcuts by Vanessa Bell; Includes A Haunted House; A Society; Monday Or Tuesday; An Unwritten Novel; The String Quartet; Kew Gardens and The Mark on the Wall; 1000 copies printed.
Bell, Clive. Poems. Hogarth Press (1921). limited to 350 copies
Fry, Roger. Twelve Original Woodcuts.. Hogarth Press (1921). 150 copies hand-printed by the Woolfs.
Woolf, Virginia. Jacobís Room. Hogarth Press (1922). 2000 copies printed; Woolfs third novel, Jacobs Room was the first full-length novel to be published by The
Dostoevsky, F.M. Stavroginís Confession And The Plan Of The Life Of A Great Sinner.. Hogarth Press (1922). With Introductory And Explanatory Notes. Translated By S.S. Koteliansky And Virginia Woolf; 750 copies.
Tolstoi, Sophie. The Autobiography.. Hogarth Press (1922). Preface And Notes By Vasilii Spiridonov. Translated By S.S. Koteliansky And Leonard Woolf; 1,000 copies
Andreev, Leonid. The Dark. Hogarth Press (1922). Translated By L.A. Magnus And K. Walter; 628 copies
Bunin, I.A. The Gentleman From San Francisco. Hogarth Press (1922). Translated by S.S. Koteliansky and Leonard Woolf--with an uncredited translation of the title story by D H Lawrence; 1000 copies printed
Fry, Roger. Duncan Grant. Hogarth Press (1923). 1,000 copies
Grant, Duncan. Living Painters. Hogarth Press (1923). Introduction by Roger Fry
Forster, E. M. Pharos And Pharillon. Hogarth Press (1923). 900 copies printed and Published by Leonard and Virginia Woolf
Goldenvwizer, A. B. Talks With Tolstoi. Hogarth Press (1923). Translated By S. S. Koteliansky And Virginia Woolf; 1000 copies printed
Graves, Robert. The Feather Bed. Hogarth Press (1923). Edition limited to 250 copies signed by Graves; Hand printed by the Woolfs in pink and black pictorial boards designed by William Nicholson
Bell, Clive. The Legend Of Monte Della Sibilla. Hogarth Press (1923). Or Le Paradis De La Reine Sibille; 400 copies; Illustrated with a full page frontispiece by Duncan Grant and 2 small drawings by Bell and Grant;
Eliot, T. S. The Waste Land.. Hogarth Press (1923). printed by Virginia and Leonard Woolf; 460 copies
Limebeer, Ena. To A Proud Phantom.. Hogarth Press (1923). 250 copies printed
Biryukov, Paul. Tolstois Love Letters. Hogarth Press (1923). Translated By S S Koteliansky and Virginia Woolf; With A Study On The Autobiographical Elements In Tolstois Work; 1000 copies printed.
Ransom, John Crowe. Grace After Meat. Hogarth Press (1924). With An Introduction By Robert Graves; 400 printed
Eliot, T. S. Homage To John Dyrden. Hogarth Press (1924). Three Essays On Poetry Of The Seventeenth Century; 2,000 copies printed; cover design by Vanessa Bell
Hobson, Coralie. In Our Town. Hogarth Press (1924). 1,000 copies
Nicolson, Harold. Jeanne De Henaut.. Hogarth Press (1924). 55 copies printed
Graves, Robert. Mock Beggar Hall.. Hogarth Press (1924). With A Cover Design By William Nicholson.; Collection of 16 poems such as: Diplomatic Relations, Hemlock, Full Moon, Myrrhina, Twin Souls, Witches, Antinomies, Northward from Oxford, KNowledge of God, Mock Beggar Hall : a progression and others.; 299 copies
Woolf, Virginia. Mr Bennet And Mrs Brown. Hogarth Press (1924). The Hogarth Essays; 1,000 copies; design by Vanessa Bell
Sackville-West, V. Seducaers In Ecuador. Hogarth Press (1924). 1,500 copies; Signed by the author on the title page
Awakum. The Life Of Archbishop Avvakum. Hogarth Press (1924). Translated From The Seventeenth Century Russian By Jane Harrison And Hope Mirrlees, With A Preface By Prince D.S. Mirsky; 1,000 copies.
Forster, E.M. Anonymith. Hogarth Press (1925). An Enquiry; illustration designed by Vanessa Bell
Graves, Robert. Contemporary Techniques Of Poetry. Hogarth Press (1925). A Political Analogy; illustrated with a Vanessa Bell design
Woolf, Virginia. Mrs. Dalloway. Hogarth Press (1925). 2000 copies printed
Fay, Mrs. Eliza. Original Letters From India. Hogarth Press (1925). With introductory and terminal notes by E.M. Forster. Containing a Narrative of a Journey Through Egypt and the Authors Imprisonment at Calicut by Hyder Ally; 1050 copies printed
Cunard, Nancy. Parallax. Hogarth Press (1925). 420 copies printed; covers reproduce original drawings by Eugene McCown done for this edition
Trevelyan, R. C. Poems And Fables. Hogarth Press (1925). 300 copies printed
Kitchin, C.H.B. Streamers Waving.. Hogarth Press (1925). 1000 copies printed
Lubbock, Alan. The Character Of John Dryden.. Hogarth Press (1925). The Hogarth Essays
Woolf, Virginia. The Common Reader.. Hogarth Press (1925). 1250 copies printed; green and brown decorations by Vanessa Bell
Graves, Robert. The Marmosites Miscellany. Hogarth Press (1925). 300 copies printed
Fry, Roger. Art And Commerce. Hogarth Press (1926). The Hogarth Essays; pictorial design by Vanessa Bell
Macaulay, Rose. Catchwords And Claptrap.. Hogarth Press (1926). Hogarth Essays Second Series
Ainslie, Douglas. Chosen Poems. Hogarth Press (1926). Preface By G.K. Chesterton; 100 numbered copies
Stein, Gertrude. Composition As Explanation. Hogarth Press (1926). An essay by Gertrude Stein on the art of writing, with five other short pieces: Preciosilla, A Saint in Seven, Sitwell Edith Sitwell, Jean Cocteau, G. Stein.
Cameron, Julia Margaret. Victorian Photographs Of Famous Men and Fair Women. Hogarth Press (1926). With Introductions By Virginia Woolf And Roger Fry; limited to 450 copies
Wells, H.G. Democracy Under Revision.. Hogarth Press (1927). A Lecture Delivered At The Sorbonne On March 25Th, 1927; 3200 copies printed
Plomer, William. I Speak Of Africa.. Hogarth Press (1927). Three short novels and seven short stories; 1,330 copies
Woolf, Virginia. Kew Gardens. Hogarth Press (1927). Decorations By Vanessa Bell, Signed by Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell; 500 Copies.
Abraham, Karl. Selected Papers Of Karl Abraham. Hogarth Press (1927). With An Introductory Memoir By Ernest Jones. Translated By Douglas Bryan And Alix Strachey
Palmer, Herbert Edward. The Judgement Of Francois Villon.. Hogarth Press (1927). 400 numbered copies, signed by Palmer
Woolf, Virginia. To The Lighthouse. Hogarth Press (1927). 3000 copies; First Edition with title page date of 1927 and the slug Printed in Great Britain by R.andR. Clarke, Limited, Edinburgh at the bottom of the copyright page. jacket designed by Vanessa Bell.
Woolf, Virginia. Orlando. Hogarth Press (1928). A Biography; 5080 copies
Freud, Sigmund. The Future Of An Illusion.. Hogarth Press (1928). 1,560 copies printed
Sackville-West, V. Twelve Days. Hogarth Press (1928). An Account Of A Journey Across The Bakhtiari Mountains In South-Western Persia;
Woolf, Virginia. A Room Of Ones Own. Hogarth Press (1929). Limited to 492 numbered copies signed by Virginia Woolf
Saltmarshe, Christopher. Cambridge Poetry 1929.. Hogarth Press (1929). 600 copies printed
Woolf, Virginia. Jacobs Room. Hogarth Press (1929). Woolfs third novel
Sackville-West, Vita. Kings Daughter.. Hogarth Press (1929). 1000 copies printed
Plomer, William. The Family Tree.. Hogarth Press (1929). Forty-two poems; 400 copies were printed;
Svevo, Italo. The Hoax. Hogarth Press (1929). Translated From The Italian, With An Introduction By Beryl De Zoete; 1,000 copies
Kellett, E. E. The Northern Saga.. Hogarth Press (1929). 1000 copies printed
Woolf, Virginia. The Voyage Out.. Hogarth Press (1929). 3200 copies printed; originally published in London by Duckworth in 1915
Woolf, Virginia. A Room Of Ones Own.. Hogarth Press (1930). 5th impression
Hoyland, John S. History As Direction. Hogarth Press (1930). 1008 copies printed
Woolf, Virginia. Night And Day. Hogarth Press (1930). 3000 copies printed
Woolf, Virginia. On Being Ill.. Hogarth Press (1930). 250 numbered copies signed by Woolf
Sackville-West, V. The Edwardians.. Hogarth Press (1930). signed limited edition of 125 copies. Trade edition of 18,000
Svevo, Italo. The Nice Old Man And The Pretty Girl. Hogarth Press (1930). Translated from the Italian by L. Collison-Morley; 1,012 copies printed
Woolf, Leonard. After The Deluge. Hogarth Press (1931). A Study Of Communal Psychology; 3 volumes.
Woolf, Virginia. Life As We Have Known It.. Hogarth Press (1931). Co-Operative Working Women; Introductory Letter by Virginia Woolf; 2000 copies printed
Rylands, George. Poems. Hogarth Press (1931). 350 signed by Rylands; The first issue with a comma after L in theimprint line
Hampson, John. Saturday Night At The Greyhound.. Hogarth Press (1931). 1000 copies printed
Sackville-West, V. Sissinghurst. Hogarth Press (1931). 500 numbered copies signed and numbered by the author
Woolf, Virginia. The Waves.. Hogarth Press (1931). 7,113 copies printed
Woolf, Virginia. A Letter To A Young Poet. Hogarth Press (1932). The Hogarth Letters No. 8.
Strachey, Julia. Cheerful Weather For The Wedding. Hogarth Press (1932). three colour printed design by Duncan Grant.
Wellesley, Dorothy. Jupiter And The Nun. Hogarth Press (1932). 250 numbered copies signed by the author
Hampson, John. O Providence. Hogarth Press (1932). 2,500 copies printed
Trevelyan, R.C. Rimeless Numbers. Hogarth Press (1932). 400 copies printed
Isherwood, Christopher. The Memorial. Hogarth Press (1932). Portrait Of A Family; 1224 copies
Barnes, Leonard. The New Boer War. Hogarth Press (1932). Illustrated By Eric Gibb
Pertonius. The Satyricon Of Petronius Arbiter. Hogarth Press (1932). Translated By Oscar Wilde Arbiter; 2500 copies
Woolf, Virginia. Flush. Hogarth Press (1933). A Biography; Illustrated with four drawings by Vanessa Bell and six other illustrations; 12,680 copies printed
Day Lewis, C. The Magnetic Mountain.. Hogarth Press (1933). 100 signed copies
Gorky, Maxim. Reminiscences Of Tolstoy. Hogarth Press (1934). Chekhov And Andreev; Translated by Katherine Mansfield, S.S. Kotellansky and Leonard Woolf; 1250 copies printed.
Woolf, Virginia. Walter Sickert. Hogarth Press (1934). A Conversation By Virginia Woolf ; 3800 copies
Delafield, E. M. The Brontes. Hogarth Press (1935). Their Lives Recorded By Their Contemporaries
Buchan, Susan. The Funeral March Of A Marionette. Hogarth Press (1935). Charlotte Of Albany; 1,500 copies;
Olyesha, Yuri. Envy.. Hogarth Press (1936). Translated from the Russian by Anthony Wolfe; 600 copies
Day Lewis, C. Noah And The Waters.. Hogarth Press (1936). Limited Edition of 100 numbered copies; 2000 copies in trade edition.
Rilke, Rainer Maria. Sonnets To Orpheus. Hogarth Press (1936). Written As A Monument For Wera Ouckama Knoop; English Translation, Introduction and Notes By J.B. Leishman.
Russell, Bertrand. The Amberley Papers. Hogarth Press (1937). Complete In Two Volumes; The Letters And Diaries Of Lord And Lady Amberley
Freud, Anna. The Ego And The Mechanisms Of Defence. Hogarth Press (1937). Translated From The German By Cecil Baines
Woolf, Virginia. The Years. Hogarth Press (1937). 18,142 copies printed
Isherwood, Christopher. Lions And Shadows. Hogarth Press (1938). An Education In The Twenties; 3580 copies
Sackville-West, V. Solitude. Hogarth Press (1938). signed limited edition of 100 copies
Isherwood, Christopher. Goodbye To Berlin.. Hogarth Press (1939). Includes the story Sally Bowles, basis for the film Caberet; 3,550 copies printed
Freud, Sigmund. Moses And Monotheism. Hogarth Press (1939). Translated From the German By Katherine Jones
Spender, Stephen. Poems For Spain. Hogarth Press (1939). 1200 copies printed; Poems, grouped into six sections: Action, Death, The Map, Satire, Romances and Lorca; contributions from John Cornford, T.R. Wintringham, John Lepper, Herbert Read, Manuel Altolaguirre, R.B. Fuller, Rex Warner, Charles Donnelly, W.H. Auden, Jack Lindsay, Pablo Neruda, C.Day Lewis, Sylvia Townsend Warner, Pedro Garfias, Louis MacNeice, Leopoldo Urrutia
Woolf, Virginia. Reviewing. Hogarth Press (1939). With a Note By Leonard Woolf; Hogarth Sixpenny Pamphlets Number Four
Green, Henry. Pack My Bag. Hogarth Press (1940). A Self Portrait; 1500 copies
Woolf, Virginia. Roger Fry. Hogarth Press (1940). A Biography; 2,530 copies
Woolf, Virginia. Between The Acts. Hogarth Press (1941). 6358 copies of the UK edition
Graves, Robert. Work In Hand. Hogarth Press (1942). 18 poems by Graves, 17 by Hodge, and 11 by Cameron; 1250 copies
Woolf, Virginia. A Haunted House. Hogarth Press (1943). Contains 18 short stories by Woolf including Monday or Tuesday, Kew Gardens, and The Shooting Party.
Kirstein, Lincoln. For My Brother. Hogarth Press (1943). A True Story By Jose Martinez Berlanga As Told To Lincoln Kirstein
Leishman, J B. Selected Poems Of Friedrich Holderlin. Hogarth Press (1944). Twenty-nine poems.
Green, Henry. Back. Hogarth Press (1946). 5,000 copies
Barker, A.L. Innocents.. Hogarth Press (1947). Includes eight short stories for which Barker won the 1947 Somerset Maugham Award
Woolf, Virginia. The Moment. Hogarth Press (1947). Editorial note by Leonard Woolf ; Includes, The Moment: Summers Night, On Being Ill, Roger Fry, Notes On D.H. Lawrence, The Art Of Fiction and The Leaning Tower; 10,000 copies printed; 30 essays are pieces on D.H. Lawrence, The Faery Queen, Lewis Carroll, Lawrence Stern, Ellen Terry, and American fiction
Freud, Sigmund. Collected Papers. Hogarth Press (1950). Translated By Joan Riviere; Edited by Ernest Jones; 5 Volumes
Marotta, Giuseppe. Neopolitan Gold. Hogarth Press (1950). Basis for the 1954 film, Loro di Napoli, directed by Vittorio De Sica and starring Silvana Mangano, Sophia Loren, Toto, Paolo Stoppa, and De Sica
Woolf, Virginia. The Captains Death Bed. Hogarth Press (1950). Edited And Introduction By Leonard Woolf ; A collection of essays including literary criticisms of Thomas Hardy, Turgenev and Joseph Conrad. Kirkpatrick; Jacket design by Vanessa Bell.
Jones, Ernest. Essays In Applied Psychoanalysis. Hogarth Press (1951). Volume 1. Miscellaneous Essays. Volume 2. Essays In Folklore And Religion; Two volumes; Twenty-two essays, including Mental Heredity, Psycho-Analysis and Biology, The Influence of Andrea del Sartos Wife on his Art, and The Death of Hamlets Father.
Kretschmer, M.D., Ernst. A Text-Book Of Medical Psychology. Hogarth Press (1952). Translated with an introduction by E. B. Strauss
Green, Henry. Doting. Hogarth Press (1952). dust jacket designed by Lynton Lamb
Day Lewis, C. The Aeneid Of Virgil. Hogarth Press (1952). Translated By C. Day Lewis; Limited edition of 155 signed copies.
Woolf, Virginia. A Writers Diary. Hogarth Press (1953). Being Extracts From The Diary Of Virginia Woolf; Edited By Leonard Woolf; 9,000 copies
Woolf, Leonard. After The Deluge. Hogarth Press (1953). A Study Of Communal Psychology
Freud, Sigmund. Collected Papers. Hogarth Press (1953). Collected Papers. Five Volumes. Authorized Translation Under The Supervision Of Joan Riviere (Vols. I, II, IV). Translation Of Volume III By Alix And James Strachey. Volume V Edited By James Strachey.
Wisdom, John Oulton. The Unconscious. Hogarth Press (1953). Origin Of Berkeleys Philosophy; edited by Ernest Jones
Woolf, Virginia. A Writers Diary. Hogarth Press (1954). Being Extracts from the Diary of Virginia Woolf Edited by Leonard Woolf; 5250 copies issued
Jones, Ernest. Sigmund Freud. Hogarth Press (1954). Life And Work; Volume one: The young Freud 1856-1900. Volume two: Years of maturity 1901-1919. Volume three: The last phase 1919-1939
Lee, Laurie. A Rose For Winter. Hogarth Press (1955). Travelers In Andalusia (Algeciras, Seville, Ecija, Granada); illustrated dust jacket by Lynton Lamb
Woolf, Leonard. Letters. Hogarth Press (1956). Edited By Leonard Woolf and James Strachey; 4000 copies
Sansom, William. A Contest Of Ladies. Hogarth Press (1956). Fifteen short stories
Woolf, Virginia. Letters. Hogarth Press (1956). Edited By Leonard Woolf And James Strachey; jacket design by Vanessa Bell featuring silhouettes of the authors; Contains almost all the correspondence from 1906 to 1931.
Woolf, Virginia. Granite And Rainbow. Hogarth Press (1958). Two sections. The Art of Fiction section features essays on: The Narrow Bridge of Art, Hours in a Library, Impassioned Prose, Life and the Novelist, On Rereading Meredith, The Anatomy of Fiction, Gothic Romance, The Supernatiral in Fiction, Henry Jamess Ghost Stories, A Terribly Sensitive Mind, Women and Fictiop, An Essay in Criticism, and Phases of Fiction. The Art of Biography section features essays on: The New Biography, A Talk About Memoirs, Sir Walter Raleigh, Sterne, Eliza and Sterne, Horace Walpole, A Friend of Johnson, Ganny Burneys Half-Sister, Money and Love, The Dream, Waxworks at the Abbey, The Royal Academy, Poes Helen, Visits to Walt Whitman, and Oliver Wendell Holmes; 6,000 copies; dust jacket designed by Vanessa Bell
Lee, Laurie. Cider With Rosie. Hogarth Press (1959). Illustrations by John Ward.
Sharpe, Ella Freeman. Dream Analysis. Hogarth Press (1959). A Practical Handbook For Psycho-Analysts; Edited by Ernest Jones
Woolf, Leonard. Autobiography. Hogarth Press (1960). Sowing, Growing, Beginning Again, Downhill All The Way, The Journey Not The Arrival That Matters; 5 vols.
Woolf, Leonard. Sowing.. Hogarth Press (1960). An Autobiography Of The Years 1880 To 1904
Woolf, Leonard. Diaries In Ceylon. Hogarth Press (1962). Records Of A Colonial Administrator, Being The Official Diaries Maintained By Leonard Woolf While Assistant Government Agent Of The Hambantota District, Ceylon, During The Period August 1908 To May 1911 and Stories From The East Three Short Stories On Ceylon
Woolf, Virginia. Contemporary Writers. Hogarth Press (1965). With A Preface By Jean Guiguet
Woolf, Virginia. Nurse Lugtons Golden Thimble.. Hogarth Press (1966). 4,000 copies printed; Frontispiece and 5 illustrations by Duncan Grant
Freud, Sigmund. The Complete Psychological Works.. Hogarth Press (1966). Translated from the German under the General Editorship of James Strachey; In Collaboration with Anna Freud; 24 volumes
Rich, Adrienne. Selected Poems. Hogarth Press (1967). contains 23 poems from Necessities of Life (1966) together with a selection from her three earlier volumes
Brown, George Mackay. A Time To Keep And Other Stories .. Hogarth Press (1969). SIGNED and dated 29 April 1969 by the author on the title page
Milner, Marion. The Hands Of The Living God. Hogarth Press (1969). An Account Of A Psycho-Analytic Treatment
Bell, Quentin. Virginia Woolf. Hogarth Press (1972). A Biography. Two Vols; Volume One: Virginia Stephen 1882-1912. Volume Two: Mrs Woolf 1912-1941
Cameron, Julia Margaret. Victorian Photographs Of Famous Men and Fair Women.. Hogarth Press (1973). Introductions by Virginia Woolf and Roger Fry. Edited by Tristram Powell; Includes portraits of figures such as Carlyle, Tennyson, Browning, Longfellow, Darwin, and botanist Joseph Hooker Quarto
Woolf, Virginia. The Letters Of Virginia Woolf. Hogarth Press (1975). 6 Volumes Comprising: The Flight Of The Mind 1888-1912; The Question Of Things Happening 1912-1922;; A Change Of Perspective 1923-1928; A Reflection Of The Other Person 1929-1931; The Sickle Side Of The Moon 1932-1935; Editor: Nigel Nicolson, Assistant Editor: Joanne Trautman
Woolf, Virginia. The Diary of Virginia Woolf. Hogarth Press (1977). Volume I - 1915-1919 / Volume II - 1920-1924 / Volume III - 1925-1930 / Volume IV - 1931-1935: First Volume Introduced By Quentin Bell. All Volumes Edited By Anne Olivier Bell / Assisted By Andrew Mcneillie.
Partridge, Frances. A Pacifistís War. Hogarth Press (1978). Eight volumes: Memories. Everything To Lose. Hanging On. Other People. Good Company. Life Regained. Ups And Downs. Diaries 1945-75
Woolf, Virginia. The Pargiters. Hogarth Press (1978). Edited By Mitchell Leaska
Seth, Vikram. From Heaven Lake. Hogarth Press (1983). Travels Through Sinkiang and Tibet
Khan, M. Masud R. Hidden Selves. Hogarth Press (1983). Between Theory And Practice In Psychoanalysis
Ingrams, Richard. Pipers Place. Hogarth Press (1983). John Piper In England and Wales
Woolf, Virginia. To The Lighthouse. Hogarth Press (1983). The Original Holograph Draft
Woolf, Virginia. The Diaries. Hogarth Press (1984). Five Volumes Set
Brown, George Mackay. Three Plays. Hogarth Press (1984). The Loom Of Light, The Well And The Voyage Of Saint Brandon.
Powers, Tim. The Anubis Gates. Hogarth Press (1985). Dust Wrapper Design By Don Macpherson
Woolf, Virginia. The Complete Shorter Fiction Of Virginia Woolf. Hogarth Press (1985). Edited by Susan Dick; 3000 copies printed
Murdoch, Iris. The Good Apprentice.. Hogarth Press (1985). 250 numbered, specially bound copies signed by the author
Woolf, Virginia. The Hogarth Letters.. Hogarth Press (1985). 500 copies published
Woolf, Virginia. Jacobs Room. Hogarth Press (1990). Introduction by Quentin Bell; limited to 1000 numbered copies