Inscribed to Domaguillia who, I think is Esme Wynne-Thomas, in September 1923.
The book is dedicated to the author’s cousin, Alan Hodgkinson, who was killed in WW1.
First edition, 52 pages. The boards are bruised and worn to the extremities. The labels to the front and spine are both intact. The pages are rough cut and browned. Sporadic spotting in text block. 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.