1. Colette’s The Vagabond. This is one of Colette’s best books, in a very nice Dover edition, with a new translation by Stanley Applebaum (2010). I do, however, have another copy of the book. I loved Applebaum’s translation, though
2. Margaret Kennedy’s Lucy Carmichael. There has been a craze for Margaret Kennedy recently (and no wonder with those beautiful new Vintage editions). Some years ago after reading the Viragos, I tracked down this at Amazon. It is not her best, but I hope someone will enjoy it. Its is a 1951 hardcover book club edition, in good condition.
3. Has everyone read Charlotte Bronte’s Agnes Grey? I have two copies (or course). This is a Wordsworth paperback. It’s all yours!
4. Georgette Heyer’s Black Sheep. This is one of my favorite Georgette Heyers, in an attractive Sourcebooks edition (2008). I have some other Heyers to read, so you can have this if you want it.