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Jeanette Winterson, born 1959, has become one of our most respected female authors. Literary acclaim and prizes abound. Her first novel is generally regarded as something of a modern classic. Collectors are sure to follow where prizes for literature tread, and this author is no different. The almost perennial rule of the first three books being the rarest and most valuable holds true once again. Oranges was a paperback original so a fine first edition is even more difficult than normal given the fragile nature of the publication. After these books the rest get much easier, and cheaper, so much so that more serious collectors may want to consider only signed copies.

In short, an author who has a strong future, in both literary and collectability terms. Her legacy seems already assured which should give some confidence for future popularity and value.
If you are looking to buy or sell rare books then our antiquarian booksellers section may be of some assistance.

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Title   Date Notes
Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit Pandora 1985 Softcover
Boating for Beginners Methuen 1985  
Fit for the Future Pandora 1986  
The Passion Bloomsbury 1987  
Sexing the Cherry Ditto 1989  
Written on the Body Cape 1992  
Art and Lies Ditto 1994 US precedes
Art Objects Ditto 1995 Non-fiction
Gut Symmetries Granta 1996  
The World and Other Places Cape 1998  
The Dreaming Place Ulysses 1998 150 signed copies
The Powerbook Cape 2000  
The King of Capri Bloomsbury 2003 Children's book
Lighthousekeeping Fourth Estate 2004  
Weight: The Myth of Atlas and Heracles Canongate 2005  

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