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[GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS]; GILL, Eric.

The Lord's Song. A Sermon.

Stock Code
107943
London, Golden Cockerel Press, 1934
£325

The Lord's Song is a sermon composed by Eric Gill, reflecting on the 136th Psalm; it is a call to reaffirm free will as well as an acknowledgement of sin and spiritual responsibility. This volume is the first book in which the Golden Cockerel Press has made use of Eric Gill's Perpetua Roman and Felicity Italic types, and Gill contributes a wood engraving to accompany his text, in a combination of spiritual and social criticism.

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Description

Limited edition, number 24 of 500 copies; tall narrow 8vo; one full-page wood engraving by Gill, gift inscription to front free endpaper dated 1945, light spotting to prelims and endpapers; original cream cloth, gilt lettering to spine and front cover, covers slightly marked, edges uncut, overall a very good copy.

Bibliography

Evan Gill Bibliography, 26.

Stock ID:107943

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