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Virginia Woolf


An important collection documenting the life and work of Virginia Woolf, the woman who helped to bring literature — and women — from the Victorian age into the modern era. Beekman’s collection spans Woolf’s entire life, shining a light into her youth and adolescence, her familial and romantic relationships over time, her printing and publishing […]

The Robert Reedman Collection of Virginia Woolf and Bloomsbury


Includes 99 books and artworks and is organized into four sections: Virginia Woolf, Handprinted Books of the Hogarth Press, Bloomsbury Artwork and Bloomsbury Association Copies. Prints 11 color plates. Details Leonard and Virginia’s relationship as well as other Bloomsbury relationships. 109 pp., 8 ½ x 11 ½. Cloth, $75.

Virginia Woolf: The Flight of Time at the Forbes Gallery


Glenn Horowitz, Steve Forbes, and William Beekman cordially invite you to celebrate Virginia Woolf: The Flight of Time. RSVP: Photo by David Levinthal

Virginia & Leonard Woolf


Includes the history of the authorship, publication, and reception of 71 books by VW and from the Woolf’s library, detailing the relationships behind many association copies from the libraries of Dale Rylands, Trekkie Ritchie Parsons, and others. 72 pp., 9 x 11 ¼, 9 color photographs. Paper-covered boards, $75. *AIGA 50 Books of the Year.

Sale Puts Price on Peek Inside the Literary Mind: Woolf and Kerouac Collections Featured on CNBC


Sale Puts Price on Peek Inside the Literary Mind By Jennifer Schlesinger You can’t buy literary success, but if you have a little more than $5 million, it may help you gain insight into the minds of two of the greatest 20th-century novelists. That’s how much it would take to buy two collection of letters […]

Woolf at the Beach!


Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, Inc. is pleased to announce the exhibition of a world class Virginia Woolf collection in our East Hampton gallery throughout the summer. This collection was built over the course of forty years by William B. Beekman, who, drawn to Woolf’s prose, bought his first Woolf piece as a Harvard undergraduate before her […]

Vita Sackville-West


Describes 45 manuscripts and manuscript groupings, including notes, drafts, and fair copies, from the earliest poems, plays, and novels from her youth to the decade of gardening columns which sealed her reputation. With insight to her relationships with her husband Harold Nicolson, Violet Trefusis, Virginia Woolf, and others. 67pp., 5 ½ x 8 ½, 4 […]



MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM Cunningham’s “reminiscence” of The Hours, published in conjunction with This Perpetual Fight: Love and Loss in Virginia Woolf’s Intimate Circle at the Grolier Club, New York City, September 16 – November 22, 2008. 150 numbered copies in wrappers; 26 signed lettered copies in cloth. 16pp.; 6 1/8” x 9 1/8” Wrappers, $100; Cloth, […]

“No gate, no lock, 
no bolt”: The Dobkin Family Collection of Feminist History


RARE is honored to present “No gate, no lock, no bolt”: The Dobkin Family Collection of Feminist History, an exhibition specially selected from this remarkable collection of archival material – unparalleled in private hands – to support Virginia Woolf’s ringing pronouncement in A Room of One’s Own: “Lock up your libraries if you like; but […]


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