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The Man Who Went Back

By: Deeping, Warwick

Price: $15.00 USD

Publisher: Toronto, McClelland and Stewart: 1940

Edition: First Canadian Edition

Seller ID: 011942

Condition: Good Plus


Red cloth on boards. Previous owner's name. DJ in three pieces, taped inside. A young British engineer wrecks his car, and is transported back into Roman times. 347 pp. View more info

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Seven Men Came Back

By: Deeping, Warwick

Price: $15.00 USD

Publisher: London, Cassell and Company, Limited: 1936

Edition: Second Edition

Seller ID: 011929

Condition: Good Plus to Very Good


Green cloth (faded) on boards. No writing or tears. Seven survivors of WW I agree to meet annually for old time's sake. Their leader does not shine so brightly off the battlefield. 396 pp. View more info

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I Live Again

By: Deeping, Warwick

Price: $15.00 USD

Publisher: New York, Alfred A. Knopf: 1942

Edition: First American Edition

Seller ID: 011932

Condition: Good Plus


Green cloth on boards. Previous owner's name and lawn sale prices in crayon. This book might be called "The Four Lives of John," for he lives and dies in four aspects of existence, from footman to titled man of business. "Earthly shells" he calls them. 269 pp. View more info

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Corn in Egypt

By: Deeping, Warwick

Price: $50.00 USD

Publisher: Toronto, McClelland & Stewart: 1941

Edition: First ( No Additional printings)

Seller ID: 004184

Condition: Very Good


Original orange cloth on boards. A junior chartered accountant leaves the firm and heads back to the land. No writing and no damage. 332 pp. View more info

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The King Behind the King

By: Deeping, Warwick

Price: $22.00 USD

Publisher: London, Cassell and Company, Limited: 1930

Edition: Third Impression

Seller ID: 005710

Condition: Good Plus


Original green cloth on boards. Previous owner's name. Corner tip trimmed from first free endpaper. Deeping was a prolific English writer, whose most famous novel is Sorrell and Son, which appeared after 25 years of writing. Trained as a medical doctor, he gave up that practice after a year to concentrate on writing. This novel is set near the time of the Peasants' Revolt. 340 pp. View more info

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Roper's Row

By: Deeping, Warwick

Price: $18.00 USD

Publisher: Toronto, The Ryerson Press: 1929

Edition: First Canadian Editiion

Seller ID: 011926

Condition: Good Plus to Very Good


Dark blue cloth on boards. DJ has 3-inch fold tear taped inside. Gift note. Based on author's own life as a medical doctor, which he gave up to be a writer. However, when WW I came along, he signed up and served. 423 pp. View more info

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The Road

By: Deeping, Warwick

Price: $50.00 USD

Publisher: Toronto, McClelland & Stewart: 1931

Edition: First Canadian Edition

Seller ID: 011924

Condition: Good Plus to Very Good


Green cloth on boards. Gift note. Set in idyllic rural England between two world wars and published under the alternate title, The Ten Commandments. Features a one-eyed veteran, his housekeeper, and the mother and daughters of the Mill House, a nearby tea room. DJ missing small pieces at head and foot of spine. 378 pp. View more info

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The Man Who Went Back

By: Deeping, Warwick

Price: $20.00 USD

Publisher: Toronto, McClelland and Sewart, Limited: 1940

Edition: First Canadian Editiion

Seller ID: 009207

Condition: Good Plus


Original orange cloth on boards. Faded section to right edge of cover. The protagonist is involved in a car crash. When he regains consciousness he is back in the 6th Century. 347 pp. View more info

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Sorrell and Son

By: Deeping, Warwick

Price: $30.00 USD

Publisher: London, Cassell and Company, Ltd.: 1930

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 010392

Condition: Very Good


Green cloth on boards. No writing. Small corner tears to DJ. The number of internet reviews suggests that this 20's novel of a worker's life in Britain touches a variety of heartstrings. Some pity the man without a wife and the boy without a mother. Others bewail the negative portrayal of women as a group. Regardless, there's lots to think about in this easily-read work. 394 pp. View more info

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Sackcloth Into Silk

By: Deeping, Warwick

Price: $15.00 USD

Publisher: Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, Limited: 1935

Edition: First Canadian Edition

Seller ID: 011927

Condition: Good to Very Good


Blue cloth on boards. First free endpaper missing 75%, so no previous owner's name. No writing. Karl, a popular playwright, owes his success to his mother, who strives for success in a secondhand clothing shop. 424 pp. View more info