NONESUCH PRESS -- [Pamela MCKENNA, editor.] Michael. 31st January, 1910-6th October, 1931. [?London]: The Kynoch Press for the editor 'under the care of the Nonesuch Press', 1931. 8° (191 x 112mm). Collotype frontispiece and 22 collotype plates. Original green cloth, blocked in blind, spine lettered in gilt, top edge gilt (spine slightly faded, a few small marks). Provenance: presentation inscription 'For my darling May, from Pamela'. PRESENTATION COPY. Michael commemorates the life of Michael McKenna, son of Pamela and Reginald McKenna, who were friends of Francis Meynell. The final chapter gathers Michael's poems, with an introduction by the poet Ralph Hodgson; this chapter, with the introduction, was later reset and issued 'under the supervision of the Nonesuch Press' in 1932. Dreyfus Nonesuch 85a.
Ernst TOLLER. Brokenbrow, translated by Vera Mendel. London: The Nonesuch Press, . 4° (225 x 178mm). 6 lithographic plates after Georg Grosz. Original patterned boards, paper lettering-piece on upper board (spine slightly faded). FIRST EDITION. Dreyfus Nonesuch 30.
Geoffrey KEYNES. Jane Austen: A Bibliography. London: the Nonesuch Press, 1929. 8° (190 x 110mm). Collotype frontispiece and 3 plates. Original paper-backed boards, paper spine-label and duplicate spine-label tipped in, dust-wrapper (dustwrapper spine slightly faded). NO. 387 OF 875 COPIES. Dreyfus Nonesuch 64.
With 4 other works: J. Leslie Hotson. The Death of Christopher Marlowe. London: The Nonesuch Press, 1925; William Cobbett. Life and Adventures of Peter Porcupine. London: The Nonesuch Press, 1927, no. 1352 of 1800 copies; A. de Lamartine. Graziella, translated by Ralph Wright and illustrated by Jacquier. London: The Nonesuch Press, 1929, no. 1479 of 1600; Nonesuch Dickensiana. Bloomsbury: The Nonesuch Press, 1937. (7)