8vo, pp. 379, , with a frontispiece (colour) and numerous plates (three in colour) after Lewis, and four vignettes by Lewis; some scattered foxing to extremities and fore-edge, but a good copy in the publisher’s green cloth, top edge stained green, no dustjacket; bookplate of Lewis’s friend the BBC journalist D. G. Bridson; laid in are some newspaper cuttings regarding Lewis’s portrait of Eliot rejected by the RA in 1938.
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