London: Equinox Cooperative Press, 1932.
Limited to 400 copies signed by Lynd Ward and LLewelyn Powys, this no. 241. (1-6), 7-48p. (49-52). Illustrated by Lynd Ward with four full-page woodcuts in aqua green. Bound in Madras cloth with gilt spine titles, the cloth in four shades of blue in one-inch vertical stripes. Slight fading to cloth, about fine. Item #21341
The first book of the Equinox Cooperative Press.
"[Llewelyn's] essay is the cry of twentieth-century man, and a paean to life so moving its few flaws are easily forgiven." (Hart. A Relevant Memoir, The Story of the Equinox Cooperative Press, p. 23).
'[This book] is an almost flawless demonstration of how a book can be 'a physical phenomenon in which the component parts of word, picture and design are conceived and developed as interpenetrating elements' and pictures and design are 'factors working with the word' to produce more of an effect than the word does alone." (Hart p. 21).