London: Duckworth, 1931. Hard Cover. First Edition. 22 pp. Cover of slightly textured paper over boards is lettered on front in kelly green with title and a drawing of a lyre. Ivory eps give a hint of glue residue at edges. Small bookstore label on rear paste-down. Printed on heavy laid stock, edges deckled. There are occasional "almost-foxed" spots, but nothing significant. The poems are parodies of the work of Humbert Wolfe done by Sassoon and released in an edition of 1000, with another thousand following. Very Good.
New York: The Viking Press, 1957. Hard Cover. First Edition. 68 pp. 8vo. Bright gilt on spine. Touches of wear to spine ends of book. P.o. in ink on ffep. Gray dj is clean and tight, with just a small closed tear a lower front and spine. Dj is unclipped, priced. Occasionally there is a small ink or pencil star beside a title. Contains 62 poems, most written during the previous decade. Very Good / Very Good.
London: Faber & Faber, 1936. Hard Cover. First Edition. 280 pp. 8vo. Cover is slightly edgeworn at all extremities. Sunned spine has bright gilt. Top edges probably tinted red, now darkened. Blue dj with black lettering, red accents is sunned, soiled, worn at hinges and edges. Spine sunned, flaps price-clipped. Contents clean and tight. Third of the trilogy of "autobiographical novels" by the noted British poet. Very Good / Very Good.
London: William Heinemann,Ltd. 1935. Hard Cover. First Edition. First UK Edition. 35 pp. Cover is sunned on spine. Gilt lettering on spine. Pub. logo blindstamped lower back. Corners lightly bumped. Eps just slightly aged. Binding tight on nice laid paper. Fore-edges and bottom edges untrimmed. Small penciled notation on back paste-down. In plain white aftermarket jacket w/black lettering on spine. Very Good.