London: Jonathan Cape, (1950).
Later printing but scarce in any early printing of the first edition. Translated from the German by Koestler's companion, the sculptor Daphne Hardy, who smuggled more
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1949.
xv, 335 p. map. 23 cm. Occasional footnotes. As a wartime correspondent, the author's presents excerpts from his diary; also includes the events leading up more
München: Ujváry, Griff, 1981.
In publisher's wrappers. First Hungarian edition. (12), 11-144, (2) p. First Hungarian edition of Koestler's anti-communist Magnum Opus the "Darkness at Noon". Arthur Koestler (1905-1983) more
Franklin Center, Pennsylvania: The Franklin Library, 1979.
Black leather/boards; gilt decoration all around. Gilt lettering and 2 raised bands on spine. Silk moire end papers with matching satin place-holder ribbon. All edges more
Franklin Center: Franklin Library, 1979.
Signed. 4to. 238pp. Original gilt stamped full leather cover with gold lettering on spine. Gilt edges. Orange silk moiré insides with matching bound-in ribbon. Protective more
Budapest: Független Kiadó - Szabad Idő, 1984.
With Malevich's graphic "The Power and the Man" on cover. First samizdat edition. Facsimile of the Griff's 1981, München edition. In publisher's illustrated wrappers. 144 more
Franklin Center, PA: Franklin Library, 1979.
8vo. A Fine Limited edition from the Franklin Library, signed by author Arthur Koestler. The action is set during Stalin's purge trials of the 1930s more
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1951.
Koestler's examination of the political landscape of post-war Europe, INSCRIBED and SIGNED on the half-title page: "To Charlotte Whitney Allen/from/Arthur Koestler." more
New York: Macmillan Company, 1961.
First edition. Fine in an about fine, very slightly spine-faded dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author: "Arthur F. Violers from Arthur Koestler. London, 6.5.1961." more
London: Jonathan Cape, 1939.
First edition. Foxing on the foredge, near fine in just about fine dustwrapper with slight rubbing and age-toning. The second volume in Koestler's acclaimed trilogy. more
London: Jonathan Cape, 1943.
First Edition; First Printing. "Arthur Koestler's new novel begins with the arrival of a young man in the capital of an unnamed neutral country." Ships more
London: Hutchinson, 1966.
Danube Edition. "Arthur Koestler spent two years travelling in India and Japan. He described it as a kind of pilgrilage, the object of which was more
New York: MacMillan Company, 1954.
First Edition; First Printing. The second volume of Arrow in the Blue. "In 1931, at the age of twenty-six, Arthur Koestler burned his bridges behind more
New York: MacMillan Company, 1955.
First Edition; First Printing. "This new collection of essays by Arthur Koestler is a continuation, chronologically and by subject matter, of his earlier brilliant collection more
London: Hutchinson, 1966.
Danube Edition. "Six months after the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, Arthur Koestler, who was a correspondent for the News Chronicle, was arrested by more
New York: MacMillan Company, 1946.
First Edition. "This new novel by Arthur Koestler, one of the most vital thinkers and writers of this generation, is a vivid, absorbing story of more
New York: Macmillan, 1950.
12mo. 398 pp. Cloth binding in unclipped dustwrapper, head of spine chipped, else very good copy. (82006). more
New York: Macmillan, 1945.
12mo. 247 pp. Cloth binding in unclipped dustwrapper, edgewear, else good copy. (82010). more
New York: Macmillan, 1957.
8vo. [xxii], 231 pp. Cloth binding in unclipped dustwrapper, very good copy. (42758). Preface by Edmond Cahn. Afterword by Sydney Silverman. more
London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1956.
8vo. 193 pp. Cloth binding in clipped dustwrapper. light edgewear, else very good copy. (95235). more