London, South Kensington
1 November 2006
GREENE, Graham (1904-1991). England Made Me. New York: Doubleday, 1935. 8°. Original green cloth gilt, dust-jacket (all-round horizontal fold, vertical fold to front jacket panel). FIRST AMERICAN EDITION, PRESENTATION COPY, with letter to Ottoline Morrell pasted to front endpaper: 'The English edition of my last book was so appallingly produced that I have waited till I received the American to send it to you'. Wobbe A8.
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