Edinburgh: The Paperback, Booksellers , 1961. .
Oblong 8vo. 19 pp. more
London: MacGibbon & Kee, 1967.
Tall 8vo. 69 pp. more
Edinburgh: Allan Donaldson, 1962. .
8vo. 14 pp. more
Edinburgh: K.D. Duval, 1963.
Tall 8vo. 18 pp. more
Preston, Lancashire, England: Akros Publications, 1968.
8vo. 28 pp. more
Edinburgh: M. Macdonald, 1955.
8vo. 42 pp. more
Vol., 5, No. 13 (April, 1970) & Vol. 5, No. 14 (April, 1970). Special Hugh MacDiarmid Issue (in two parts). more
MacMillan, N.Y.1967 - First Edition,
A fine square and tight copy in a fine and tight dustjacket/brodart covered, first edition. A nice copy.No tears or chips to dustjacket. more
New York: New Directions, 1993.
Blue cloth/boards; silver lettering. Palest green dj with black line drawing; blue/black lettering. Mylar cover. xxv, , 289 pp. with no illus. Hugh MacDiarmid's Selected more
Glasgow: William MacLellan, (1942),
8vo. Cloth. 58 p. Volume of poems by a writer who is praised extravagently by MacDiarmid as a true Communist poet (as opposed to the more
Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, 1982.
12mo. 143 pp. Crisp, clean copy. Classic study that analyzes MacDiarmid's development as a poet, with a "careful examination of his sources, influences and motivating more
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Vol. 1, No. 1 (November, 1939) - Vol. 2, No. 2 (Winter, 1940-41). The first six issues of this little magazine edited by John Waller, more
MARNAU, Fred, ed
London: Grey Walls Press, (1946),
206 p. Contains "Editorial" by Marnau, "A Civilizing Story" by Oskar Kokoshka and material by Georg Trakl, Ignazio Silone, Paul Potts, Hugh Macdiarmid, Franz Kafka, more
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November, 1949. Literary and political journal published by the Socialist Clubs of Glasgow University and Jordanhill Training College. This issue contains a poem about John more
Preston: Akros Publications, (1970),
4to. Stapled sheets, d.w. 28 p. more
London: Boriswood, 1934,
8vo. Blue cloth, stamped in orange. 208 p. This copy has pp. 103-104 integral & 105-106 present, seemingly one of few such remaining. The changes more
Grieve, C.M. (Macdiarmid, Hugh) .
London: Leonard Parsons, 1926.