Edward Marsh’s Little Book.
Reproduced in facsimile. Introduced by John Julius Norwich, edited by Michael Meredith.
Facsimile edition, limited issue, trade issue. Number 224 of 626 copies, of which 26 were the deluxe signed issue. A facsimile of the notebook presented by Lady Diana Cooper to Edward Marsh in 1911. He decided “to ask all the poets I knew to copy out in it a a poem apiece”, and includes contributions from Robert Graves, Thomas Hardy, Rudyard Kipling, T. E. Lawrence, and Edith Wharton.
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2 volumes, octavo. Bound in the publisher’s brown quarter morocco, with green cloth boards. Housed in the publisher’s green card slipcase with printed paper label to spine, and the original cardboard packaging. A fine set.