Book Description

FIRST EDITION. 8vo, pp. xv, [1], 365, [1]. Original black cloth, lettered in blue. Top edge blue (faded). Rubbed, edgewear, bruising to extremities. Front hinge starting and spine baggy, offsetting to feps, light spotting to edges, occasionally to text block, else, clean. A robust copy of Leslie' 100-year-old roman à clef about Eton. Unusual
Dealer Notes
Sir Shane Leslie (1885 1971; also, Sir John Randolph Leslie, 3rd Baronet/ Sir Seaghán Leslaigh) was an Anglo-Irish diplomat and writer. While at Cambridge University he converted to Roman Catholicism and became a supporter of Irish Home Rule. He wrote prolifically and across different forms and styles, and from 1916 to 1926 worked as editor of the Dublin Review. Seller Inventory # 2378
Author LESLIE, Shane
Date 1922
Publisher London: Chatto & Windus
Condition Good+

Price: £65.00

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