First edition in a dust jacket, adapted from the French by Nancy Mitford. Included in the book is a postcard from a Dorothy Morgan who apparently baby-sat for the family and newspapers cuttings for Laurie Ramsay, an actor.
The book is tightly bound. The dust jacket is scuffed but complete with light shelf wear; unclipped. Page edges are foxed. Internally the book is clean, free of markings and foxing. Dusty.
From the library of Jon Wynne-Tyson.
Wynne-Tyson was an English author, publisher, Quaker, activist and pacifist, who founded Centaur Press in 1954. He ran Centaur Press from his home in Sussex and was a distinguished independent publisher. He authored books on animal rights and vegetarianism.