Limited to only 20 copies.
Galsworthy, John. Privately printed for H.V. Marriott, 1925. Limited edition, 7 of 20 copies. Fine Whatman paper wraps, with black titling. 13 pp. 12mo.
Extra-scarce pamphlet. Contains a piece on the state of England in the 1920s, which was initially published as a newspaper article. Sewn hand-made paper. Toning and a slight circular stain to the front cover. The interior is very fine.
John Galsworthy (1867–1933), English novelist and playwright won the 1932 Nobel Prize in Literature “for his distinguished art of narration which takes its highest form in The Forsyte Saga” published between 1906 and 1921 and as a collection in 1922. The second series of novels in the Forsyte roman fleuve would be The White Monkey (1924), The Silver Spoon (1926), and Swan Song (1928). Maid in Waiting (1931), Flowering Wilderness (1932), and Over the River (1933) comprised the third.