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The Sower of the Wind

By: Dehan, Richard

Price: $15.00 USD

Publisher: London, Thornton Butterworth Limited: 1927

Edition: First Published 1927

Seller ID: 004282

Condition: Very Good


Original grey cloth on boards. Blends cross-cultural romance with a plan for an Aboriginal republic in the Kimberley area of Australia. 446 pp. View more info

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That Which Hath Wings

By: DeHan, Richard

Price: $20.00 USD

Publisher: Toronto, S.B. Gundy: 1918

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 004107

Condition: Good


Original green cloth with biplane pictorial on boards. Previous owner's name. Front hinge crack carefully reglued. No other writing or damage except faint foxing to prelims. A love story of WWI, in the saccharine, sensational language of the day. 625 pp. View more info

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The Lovers of the Market-place

By: Dehan, Richard

Price: $75.00 USD

Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company: 1928

Edition: First (No Additional printings)

Seller ID: 011184

Condition: Good to Very Good


Brown cloth on boards. Brief gift note. DJ chipped along head, with inch-square notch missing from head of inner flap. Saturday Review for February 9, 1929, states, "One has to be tremendously interested in 'The Lovers of the Market-place' to pursue their unhappy adventures to their happy conclusion." - P. 670. Set in England in 1879, the text hobbles along with frequent stops for reflection on the language as to its meaning. Finally, the happy ending. 359 pp. View more info

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The Man of Iron

By: DeHan, Richard (Clotilde Graves)

Price: $20.00 USD

Publisher: Toronto, S.B. Gundy: 1915

Seller ID: 009765

Condition: Good Plus to Very Good


Green cloth on boards. No writing or damage. Graves (1863-1932) was born in a military setting in Ireland, from which the family moved to England in 1872. She came to be known as a successful playwright. Although trained in a convent she smoked, was an ardent fly-fisher, and rode a tricycle. the Man of Iron has 815 pp., so it will probably need more than default postage. Please see two other Dehan titles listed separately. View more info