Its work and influence.London: William Heinemann, 1904 Stock Code: 137162
Described by the author as "the most heretical - and the most amusing - of anything I've done"First UK edition, first impression, first published in New York by McClure, Phillips & Co. the previous year. Gilman described this attack on the domestic sphere as "the most heretical - and the most amusing - of anything I've done" (The Living, unpaginated).
Octavo. Original blue cloth, spine and front board lettered in gilt, book block fore edge and bottom edge untrimmed, mostly unopened.
Spine ends bumped, small knock to top edge of rear board, a few gatherings roughly opened, neat tape repairs to pp. 115/116 as a result. A very good copy.
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