Gurney and Jackson. 1933. First edition. 8vo (5 ½ x 8 ½ in.) in boards with dust jacket. 363 pp. Fair condition. Cut pages, some light foxing on edges of pages. Three different annotations in pencil inside front cover, one dated 1947. Annotated on inside free endpaper with names of previous owners. / In tact with protective plastic. Item #ANT503
Written as a series of short entries in the diary of the fictional Charles Cavers, this book by William Darling follows in a style similar to his book The Private Papers of a Bankrupt Bookseller. With a foreword by Sacheverell Smith.