A Soft Spring Night in Shillington.
First edition thus, number 22 of 50 specially bound copies signed by the author on the half-title, from a total printing of 250 numbered copies only of which the remaining 200 were issued in a standard binding. The copyright page states that “This memoir, in a slightly different form, appeared in The New Yorker for December 24, 1984”.
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Octavo. Publisher’s deluxe binding of brown morocco-backed tan cloth, spine lettered in gilt, titles to front board in brown, patterned endpapers. Housed in the original tan cloth slipcase. Photographic portrait frontispiece, running heads printed in brown. A fine copy in the slightly marked slipcase.