The Soul of June Courtney.
First edition. Low quality war-time production is no doubt a major factor in the elusiveness of this book, just five locations on COPAC – BL, NLS, NLW, Oxford and Cambridge – to which OCLC adds not a one. Described in a contemporary review in The Spectator as “the story of a young lady who is more attractive than high-minded. She finds redemption partly in some very sketchy war work, but chiefly through her love for a blinded soldier” (6 October, 1917). An unlovely copy, redeemed perhaps solely by the scarcity of the title.
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Octavo. Original green cloth, lettered in white on the front board and spine. Worn, browned and shaken, short tear without loss to the title page, a good copy at best.