Romance. Edward Garnett told Galsworthy, "It is very good, the best thing he's done; you will be interested to hear that Hueffer has at last been boomed, boomed furiously! and has come into his own" (quoted by Saunders I, p. 197). Harvey A13." /> HUEFFER, Ford Madox (1873-1939). <I>The Soul of London</I>. London: Alston Rivers, 1905. 8°. Original cloth gilt (spine faded). PRESENTATION COPY, front free endpaper inscribed, "Mrs William Martindale affectionately from Ford Madox Hueffer 4th May 1905". Signed beneath, "K. M. Lamb [Katharine Hueffer] Xmas 1939". FIRST EDITION of Hueffer's first major work after <I>Romance</I>. Edward Garnett told Galsworthy, "It is very good, the best thing he's done; you will be interested to hear that Hueffer has at last been boomed, boomed furiously! and has come into his own" (quoted by Saunders I, p. 197). Harvey A13. | Christie's