WOOLF, Virginia

Three Guineas

Published: London:The Hogarth Press

Date: 1938

first edition 8vo. 329, [1 (blank)]pp., pale yellow cloth, light offset browning on free endpapers from the jacket, nice copy in very good dust jacket (design by Vaness Bell printed in mauve and blue on a cream background), jacket 'spine' slightly faded and a just a trifle chipped at ends of its folds but generally fresh.

Pale contemporary gift inscription on front free endpaper.

Kirkpatrick A23a Woolmer 440 "Where the 'woman question' in the nineteenth century was concerned largely with issues of the vote and education, Virginia Woolf became the leading spokeswoman for the dominant issue of the twentieth century: professional advance" [O.D.N.B.].


Offered by P & B Rowan