Green Thoughts

John Collier's short story about man-eating plants


John Collier, with a frontispiece by Edward Wolfe and a foreword by Osbert Sitwell


William Jackson (Books), London, 1932
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Printing Details

First edition, limited to 550 copies (this copy unsigned and unnumbered), bound in buckram with gilt titling to spine and upper board. 25.5 × 16cm, 56pp.

Published as No 12 of the Furnivall Books, this short story from John Collier about man-eating plants... with a fantastic frontis by Edward Wolfe. Green Thoughts is even thought to have inspired the 1960 film The Little Shop of Horrors.


Good condition, the boards are a bit grubby and with some darkening to the spine. The contents in good order with some offsetting from the frontis to the title page.



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