London: Leonard & Virginia Woolf at The Hogarth Press, 1928. First Edition. Hardcover. First Printing (one of 2,250 copies) of this guide to constructing a novel by one of Scotland's finest poets. Crown 8vo (185 x 118mm): 151,pp. Publisher's orange cloth, spine and upper cover stamped in red; orange dust jacket printed in red, priced 3/6 on spine panel. About Near Fine, tightly bound (apparently unread), edges and pages lightly spotted; Near Fine jacket (spine panel darkened but legible). Woolmer 168. Near Fine. Item #BB2408
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