lewis vs. the world - review copy

Men without Art …

London, Cassell & Company Limited, [1934].

8vo, pp. 303, [1]; first few leaves foxed, else a very good copy; publisher’s green cloth, spine sunned, wanting the dustjacket; bookplate of the journalist and broadcaster D. G. Bridson, later a friend of Lewis.


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First edition; Lewis takes on and demolishes Hemingway, Faulkner, and Woolf. Bridson reviewed the book in The Criterion in January 1935, pp. 335-337.

Pound & Grover A21a; Morrow & Lafourcade A22.

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