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Rosamond Lehmann, born 1903 and died 1990, was an English novelist and also a spiritualist. Her work deals chiefly with the thoughts, development and workings of the young female mind. Her most accomplished work is generally regarded to be The Ballad and the Source. She is also a collectable author, though prices are not overly prohibitive, so making her an attractive option for modern first collectors. As ever, the first book is the rarest and most valuable, but not prohibitively so. Should you so wish, it should be possible to eventually accumulate a full set of 1st editions in dust jackets.

English editions precede their US counterparts and are of greater collectability and value. There are no alternative titles. Some of her work has also been successfully adapted to for the big screen.
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Title   Date Notes
Dusty Answer Chatto 1927 US: 1927 Holt
A Note in Music Chatto 1930 UK: 260 signed copies. US: 1930 Holt + 300 signed
Letter to a Sister Hogarth 1931 wraps. US: 1932 Brace
Invitation to the Waltz Chatto 1932 US: 1932 Holt
The Weather in the Streets Collins 1936 US: 1936 Reynal
No More Music Collins 1939 US: 1945 Reynal
The Ballad and the Source Collins 1944 US: 1945 Reynal
The Gypsy's Baby Collins 1946 US: 1947 Reynal
The Echoing Grove Collins 1953 US: 1953 Brace
A Man Seen Afar Spearman 1965 with W Tudor Pole
The Swan in the Evening Collins 1967 US: 1967 Brace
Letter from Our Daughter COPS 1972 2 volumes with Cynthia Hill Sandys
A Sea-Grape Tree Collins 1976 US: 1977 Harcourt

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