Hogarth Press – Book Jackets

Hogarth Press first edition book jacket designs

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1917.   Leonard & Virginia Woolf,   Two Stories

1918.   Katherine Mansfield,   Prelude

1918.   T.S. Eliot,   Poems

1918.   Virginia Woolf,   Kew Gardens

1921.   Leonard Woolf,   Stories of the East

1921.   Roger Fry,   Twelve Original Woodcuts

1921.   Virginia Woolf,   Monday or Tuesday

1922.   Fyodor Dostoyevski,   Stavrogin’s Confession

1922.   Virginia Woolf,   Jacob’s Room

1923.   T.S. Eliot,   The Waste Land

1923.   Robert Graves,   The Feather Bed

1924.   Virginia Woolf,   Mr Bennett and Mrs Brown

1924.   Harold Nicolson,   Jeanne de Hénaut

1924.   Leonard Woolf,   Fear and Politics

1925.   Virginia Woolf,   The Common Reader

1926.   Virginia Woolf,   Mrs Dalloway

1927.   F.L. Lucas,   Tragedy

1927.   Virginia Woolf,   To the Lighthouse

1927.   Sigmund Freud,   The Ego and the Id

1929.   Virginia Woolf,   A Room of One’s Own

1930.   Maurice Dobb,   Russia To-Day and To-Morrow

1930.   Virginia Woolf,   On Being Ill

1931.   Virginia Woolf,   The Waves

1931.   George Rylands,   Poems

1931.   William Plomer,   Sado

1932.   Virginia Woolf,   The Common Reader – II

1933.   Rebecca West,   Letter to a Grandfather

1934.   L.B. Pekin,   Darwin

1935.   R.C. Trevelyan,   Beelzebub and Other Poems

1935.   Leonard Woolf,   Quack, Quack!

1937.   Virginia Woolf,   The Years

1938.   Virginia Woolf,   Three Guineas

1939.   Hogarth Press,   Hogarth Sixpenny Pamphlets

1939.   E.M. Forster,   What I Believe

1939.   Virginia Woolf,   Reviewing

1939.   Christopher Isherwood,   Goodbye to Berlin

1940.   Virginia Woolf,   Roger Fry

1941.   Virginia Woolf,   Between the Acts

1942.   Virginia Woolf,   The Death of the Moth


Hogarth Press studies

Woolf's-head Publishing Woolf’s-head Publishing is a wonderful collection of cover designs, book jackets, and illustrations – but also a beautiful example of book production in its own right. It was produced as an exhibition catalogue and has quite rightly gone on to enjoy an independent life of its own. This book is a genuine collector’s item, and only months after its first publication it started to win awards for its design and production values. Anyone with the slightest interest in book production, graphic design, typography, or Bloomsbury will want to own a copy the minute they clap eyes on it.

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The Hogarth Press
Leonard and Virginia Woolf as Publishers: Hogarth Press, 1917-41 John Willis brings the remarkable story of Leonard and Virginia Woolf’s success as publishers to life. He generates interesting thumbnail sketches of all the Hogarth Press authors, which brings both them and the books they wrote into sharp focus. He also follows the development of many of its best-selling titles, and there’s a full account of the social and cultural development of the press. This is a scholarly work with extensive footnotes, bibliographies, and suggestions for further reading – but most of all it is a very readable study in cultural history.

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