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One of the best things about living in Portland is Powell's Books and I am particularly lucky in that my office is a short 15 minute walk away. On a lunchtime walk the other day, I did a quick swing through the famous City of Books and found a few, no surprise.
Without My Cloak by Kate O'Brien. This won the James Tait Black Prize back in 1931. I'm working my way through this list, so was excited to find a reprint.
Venusberg and Agents & Patients. Anthony Powell (no relation to Powell's City of Books) is a favorite author of mine. I already have a copy of Venusberg, but loved the cover on this duel edition (the first American edition of both).
Faces in My Time, Vol. III of the memoirs of Anthony Powell. I have the first two volumes and have been looking for these last two.
The Strangers Are All Gone, Vo. IV of the memoirs of Anthony Powell.