THE MAN WHO LOST HIMSELF
Edition: First printing
London: Duckworth, 1929. Black cloth spine and paper-covered boards with a striking Art Deco design printed in gilt, copper, and earth tones. Light sunning to the orange top page edges, else a fine, fresh copy. Light green textured non-pict orial dust jacket has slight sunning to spine; very light darkening to spine, margins of panels and flaps, flap folds; a few corner nicks; else a fine example. An excellent copy of the author's second novel. Fifoot OA25a. Edition of 5K copies. "Traces the fatal consequences of a disastrous love affair on the mind of a young and brilliant poet." Set mostly in Spain.