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Book Description

Edition limited to 400 copies, printed on Glastonbury laid paper. Errata slip tipped in. Sir Coleridge Arthur Fitzroy Kennard (1885-1948) was educated at Eton and circulated in Oscar Wilde's milieu (his mother financed the Epstein memorial for Wilde at Pere Lachaise cemetery in Paris). He was a great friend of Vyvyan Holland, the son of Oscar Wilde, & also close to the novelist Ronald Firbank & was for many years Firbank's most ardent supporter and literary confidant. This book is a fragrant, delicate & nostalgic autobiographical account of Roy Kennard's early childhood in the South of France.
Dealer Notes
First Edition (Limited to 400 copies); 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall; Gilt titles spine; Dust Jacket un-clipped; Slight foxing front/rear pages, but body of book mostly clean and unfoxed; wear to top edge of dust-jacket which has been reinforced with clear tape on the inside & is now in archive acetate film protection.
Author Kennard, Coleridge
Date 1934
Binding Hardcover Blue Cloth
Publisher The Centaur Press; London
Condition Very Good in Good Dustjacket
Pages 23

Price: £40.00

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