FIRBANK, Ronald. Prancing Nigger. New York: Brentano’s, [1924]. 8°. Half title (some light mainly marginal staining). Original black cloth lettered in gilt (bumped, lightly dust-soiled). FIRST EDITION, FIRST IMPRESSION, WITH COPIOUS AUTOGRAPH REVISIONS BY THE AUTHOR [? FOR THE ENGLISH EDITION], including changing the title, and all future references to it, to ‘Sorrow in Sunlight’; with numerous textual corrections and amendments in the author’s hand. Benkovitz A10: “The first impression may have consisted of 300 copies.” With an intermediate proof of the same work, substantially revised by the author, and a copy of the final published work, Sorrow in Sunlight (London, [n.d. but ?1924], endpapers by C. R. W. Nevinson dated 1924, original black cloth gilt, NUMBER 627 OF 1,000 COPIES). A REVEALING INSIGHT INTO THE AUTHOR’S EDITORIAL PROCESS.
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FIRBANK, Ronald. Prancing Nigger. New York: Brentano’s, [1924]. 8°. Half title (some light mainly marginal staining). Original black cloth lettered in gilt (bumped, lightly dust-soiled). FIRST EDITION, FIRST IMPRESSION, WITH COPIOUS AUTOGRAPH REVISIONS BY THE AUTHOR [? FOR THE ENGLISH EDITION], including changing the title, and all future references to it, to ‘Sorrow in Sunlight’; with numerous textual corrections and amendments in the author’s hand. Benkovitz A10: “The first impression may have consisted of 300 copies.” With an intermediate proof of the same work, substantially revised by the author, and a copy of the final published work, Sorrow in Sunlight (London, [n.d. but ?1924], endpapers by C. R. W. Nevinson dated 1924, original black cloth gilt, NUMBER 627 OF 1,000 COPIES). A REVEALING INSIGHT INTO THE AUTHOR’S EDITORIAL PROCESS.

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FIRBANK, Ronald. Prancing Nigger. New York: Brentano’s, [1924]. 8°. Half title (some light mainly marginal staining). Original black cloth lettered in gilt (bumped, lightly dust-soiled). FIRST EDITION, FIRST IMPRESSION, WITH COPIOUS AUTOGRAPH REVISIONS BY THE AUTHOR [? FOR THE ENGLISH EDITION], including changing the title, and all future references to it, to ‘Sorrow in Sunlight’; with numerous textual corrections and amendments in the author’s hand. Benkovitz A10: “The first impression may have consisted of 300 copies.” With an intermediate proof of the same work, substantially revised by the author, and a copy of the final published work, Sorrow in Sunlight (London, [n.d. but ?1924], endpapers by C. R. W. Nevinson dated 1924, original black cloth gilt, NUMBER 627 OF 1,000 COPIES). A REVEALING INSIGHT INTO THE AUTHOR’S EDITORIAL PROCESS.
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