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HUXLEY, Aldous; GILL, Eric (illustrator).

Leda.

Stock Code
107953
Garden City, New York, Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1929
£325

Aldous Huxley was one of the most prolific 20th-century authors, primarily known for his dystopian novel ‘Brave New World’. Huxley also wrote this collection of poems which he entitled ‘Leda’. This 1929 edition was part of a limited print run of 361 copies signed by Huxley himself, and illustrated by Eric Gill by special arrangement with the Golden Cockerel Press.

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Description

Limited edition, one of 361 copies, signed by the author, unnumbered; 8vo; engravings by Eric Gill, occasional light offsetting, otherwise unmarked internally; original cream cloth boards, black leather spine label with gilt lettering, housed in the slightly worn original unprinted cardboard slipcase, an excellent example.

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