Letters to Frank Harris and other friends - Enid Bagnold
A collection of letters and diary extracts from the period of the First World War.
As well as Frank Harris, Enid Bagnold's correspondents included Walter Sickert,
Antoine Bibesco, Claud Lovat Fraser, and H. G. Wells.
An early and superb example of the art of book production from
The Whittington Press / William Heinemann, Andoversford, Gloucestershire & London,
Book Condition As New. Edited & with an introduction by R. P. Lister.
The title page printed in red/brown & black, hand-tipped coloured frontispiece
(from a watercolour portrait of Enid Bagnold by Claud Lovat Fraser),
4 monochrome hand-tipped plates, printed endpapers; roy. 8vo.
Rust coloured floral patterned cloth covers, printed paper title label on spine,
Top edges of pages orange, others uncut. brown papered slipcase.
1980. Edition limited to 400 numbered copies (370 thus bound),
signed by the author.
Hand-set in 12-pt. Caslon, printed on Arches mould-made paper.