Julian Maclaren Ross Bibliography

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Julian Maclaren Ross, born 1912 to 1964, was a very influential writer and a great influence on the likes of George Orwell and Quentin Crisp to name but a few. He is a name that may not be as well known as he should be amongst readers today, nor indeed as famous as many of those he knew and influenced. His first editions are well known and highly sought after by modern first collectors. Prices are, at the time of writing, very solid. Amassing a full set is by no means impossible but you would require a reasonable budget to do so. Given the cult nature print runs were pretty small. Public library allocations, discarded books and general wear have meant the examples in collectable condition are not easy to find. When they do turn up they are often in the hands of specialist dealers. We always recommend these sellers as they give you a guarantee and peace of mind, the cheapest route is seldom the best.
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Title   Date Notes
The Stuff to Give the Troops Cape 1944  
Better than a Kick in the Pants Lawson Dunn 1945 with Hyperion Press
The Nine Men of Soho Wingate 1946  
Bitten By the Tarantula As Above 1946  
Of Love and Hunger As Above 1947  
Until the Day She Dies Hamilton 1960  
The Doomsday Book Hamish 1961  
My Name is Love Times Press 1964  

Non Fiction - Others

Title   Date Notes
The Weeping and the Laughter Hart Davis 1953  
The Funny Bone Elek 1956  
Memoirs of the Forties Alan Ross 1965  

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