AE Coppard Bibliography

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Title   Date Notes
Adam and Eve and Pinch Me Cape 1921 US: 1922 Knopf. Golden Cockerel edition also
Clorinda Walks in Heaven Cockerel 1922 Limited edition
Hips and Haws Cockerel 1922  
The Black Dog Cape 1923 US: 1924 Knopf
Fishmonger's Fiddle   1925 US: 1925 Knopf. Cape limited also
The Field of Mustard   1926 US: 1927 Knopf. Cape limited also
Pelagea Cockerel 1926  
Yokohama Garland Centaur 1926  
Silver Circus Cape 1928 US: 1929 Knopf. Cape limited also
Collected Poems Ditto 1928  
Count Stefan Cockerel 1928  
The Gollan Private 1929 600 signed copies
The Man from Kilsheelan Furnival 1930 550 signed copies
Pink Furniture Cape 1930 Cape limited also
The Higgler Chochorua 1930 39 copies
The Hundredth Story Cockerel 1931 1,000
Fares Please Cape 1931  
Easter Day Private 1931 Not dated, signed & slip case
Nixey's Harlequin   1931 US: 1932 Knopf. Cape limited also
Crotty Shinkwin Cockerel 1932  
Rummy The Noble Game Cockerel 1932 US: 1933 Mifflin
Cheefoo Private 1932 America only
Dunky Fitlow Cape 1933  
Ring the Bells of Heaven White Owl 1933  
Emergency Exit Random 1934 Signed limited
Good Samaritans Private 1934 100
Polly Oliver Cape 1935  
Cherry Ripe Hawthorn 1935 Signed limited
The Ninepenny Flute Macmillan 1937  
Tapster's Tapestry Cockerel 1938  
You Never Know Do You Methuen 1939  
Ugly Anna and Other Tales Methuen 1944  
Selected Tales Cape 1946  
Fearful Pleasures Arkham 1946  
Dark-Eyed Lady Methuen 1947  
Collected Tales Knopf 1948 US only
Lucy in Her pink Jacket Nevill 1954  
It's Me O Lord! Methuen 1957  
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AE Coppard, born 1878 - 1957 was renowned mainly as a short story specialist. Much of his work did not appear in America and much also did not find a mainstream publisher. Quite a few titles were limited editions and private printings. Many of these are more common than one might expect, presumably because they were bought originally by collectors and enthusiasts, making the survival rate greater than that of standard trade editions. As usual, the first book is the most valuable, all of the others, whilst still of collectable value, should be within the reach of anyone on a reasonable budget. .
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