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AJA Symons, born 1900 and died 1941, was a biographer, bibliographer and book collector. He is best known for The Quest for Corvo, not only his best work but generally regarded as a masterpiece in its own right. His brother is the mystery writer and critic Julian.
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A bibliography of the First Edition Books by William Butler Yates FEC 1924 500 copies
Frederick Baron Corvo Sette 1927 199 copies
Emin The Governor of Equatoria Fleuron 1928 300 copies
An Episode in the life of the Queen of Sheba Private 1929 wraps, 150 copies
HM Stanley Duckworth 1933  
The Quest for Corvo Cassell 1934 US: 1934 Macmillan
The Nonesuch Century Nonesuch 1936 750 copies
Essays and Biographies Cassell 1969  
AJA Symons to Wyndham Lewis. Twenty-Four letters Tragara 1982 wraps, 120 copies
Two Brothers: Fragments of a Correspondence Tragara 1985  

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