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A whole page of Siegfried Sassoon. Rather dull jackets but overall the war’s greatest literary talent.
Heinemann 1917
Heinemann 1919
Heinemann 1926
Heinemann 1928
Heinemann 1935
Faber 1937. Quite gaudy for Faber!
Faber 1928
Faber 1930
Faber 1936
Faber 1938, 1942 & 1945. Sassoon’s autobiography. with jacket designs by Reynolds Stone
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Faber 4th imp. The jacket by Hookway Cowley, probably showing Sassoon wining his MC, only appeared on this impression - perhaps intended for the overseas market?
(from Tom Donovan)
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Doubleday 1936
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2 Limited illustrated editions from Faber 1928 & 1931. Fox-hunting man illustrated by William Nicholson & Infantry officer by Barnett Freedman
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Viking 1946. Woodcut on jacket by Clare Leighton
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Coward McCann 1929 (from Fons)

A more comprehensive listing of Siegfrieds’ entire output along with a wide selection of images can be seen at David Gray’s excellent Sassoon website

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Dutton 1918. His 2nd commercially published collection. The UK edition from Heinemann was in wrappers.