Lewis Grassic Gibbon Bibliography

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Lewis Grassic Gibbon, born 1902 to 1935, was a pseudonym of the Scottish writer James Leslie Mitchell. He is best known for his first three novels, which make up the Scot's Quair trilogy. These three are particularly sought after by collectors and are rare books in their original dust jackets. All of the books in this bibliography-checklist would be considered to have collectable value. They are, however, not out of reach, and anyone with a reasonable budget should be able to acquire, eventually, 1st editions of all the books listed here.
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Title   Date Notes
Sunset Song Jarrolds 1932  
Cloud Howe Ditto 1933  
Grey Granite Ditto 1934  
Niger The Life of Mungo Park Faber 1934  
Scottish Scene Or the Intelligent Man's Guide to Albyn Jarrolds 1934  
Nine Against the Unknown Ditto 1934  
A Scot's Quair Ditto 1946  
A Scots Hairst Hutchinson 1967  
The Speak O' the Mearns Ramsey 1982 Unfinished work

as J Leslie Mitchell

Title   Date Notes
Hanno The Future of Exploration Kegan 1928  
Stained Radiance Jarrolds 1930  
The Thirteenth Disciple As Above 1931  
The Calends of Cairo As Above 1931  
Three Go Back As Above 1932  
The Lost Trumpet As Above 1932  
Persian Dawns, Egyptian Nights As Above 1933 Not dated
Image and Superscription As Above 1933  
Spartacus As Above 1933  
Gay Hunter As Above 1934  
The Conquest of the Maya As Above 1934  

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