Book Description
First thus/ copyright edition. Small 8vo, pp. 256, [32 catalogue]. Original paper wrappers, lettered in black. Toned, lightly rubbed and creased, a few nicks. Catalogue browned, corner of final page snipped. Else, clean, tight and tidy. A pleasing copy of Hall’s short story collection, which features ‘Miss Ogilvy Finds Herself,’ ‘The Lover of Things,’ ‘Fräulein Schwartz,’ ‘The Rest Cure – 1932,’ and ‘Upon the Mountains’.
Dealer Notes
Collection of British and American Authors, vol. 5151. Published the same year as Heinemann’s first British edition. Tauchnitz also published Hall’s The Unlit Lamp (1931), but not – because of its withdrawal by Jonathan Cape – her scandalous The Well of Loneliness. ‘Dedicated to Our Three Selves’ and with a Forenote by Hall, which draws comparisons between Stephen Gordon’s childhood and celebrating ‘the noble and selfless work done by hundreds of sexually inverted women during the Great War.’
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Author HALL, Radclyffe
Date 1934
Condition Very good

Price: £45.00

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