It really is mini haul.

It’s only one book.

However, I could not say no. 


I was wandering along a few of the lovely used bookshops in Edinburgh on Friday afternoon and I found this 1931 edition (a cheap uniform edition but still a Hogarth Press one) of A Room of One’s Own, in superb condition. No dust jacket, but also no creasing, no foxing,  no marks of any kind (except to note that a J. Hutchison bought the book in 1936), and the spine feels like the books has only ever been opened at careful angles. 


Anyway. That is the mini book haul. 

Can’t wait to make some time to read it.


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