Time and Western Man.

London, Chatto & Windus, 1927.

8vo, pp. vi, 487, [1]; title-page design by Lewis; slightly foxed at extremities and on fore-edge; publisher’s red cloth, cream dust-jacket printed in red and black; a good copy in a very good jacket; bookplate of Lewis’s friend the BBC broadcaster D. G. Bridson, with his occasional pencil marks in the margins; laid in loose is a Chatto & Windus advertisement leaflet for works by Lewis.

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First edition, first issue (on heavier paper), of Lewis’s ‘single most important philosophical work’ (Morrow & Lafourcade).

Here Lewis dials back on the shortcomings of democracy that he had outlined in The Art of Being Ruled, instead arguing the virtues of individualism. Chapters are devoted to Pound, Joyce, Stein, Einstein and James.

Pound & Grover A7a; Morrow & Lafourcade A8a.

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