[London: The Beaumont Press, 1929. Cloth-backed decorated paper over boards. Some foxing to spine cloth, otherwise near fine. First edition, ordinary issue. One of 320 numbered copies printed on handmade paper, from a total edition of 400. Title-page vignette by Randolph Schwabe. "THE WET FLANDERS PLAIN emerges from the mass of War books as the most beautiful and the most terrible. Henry Williamson, the English prose writer and nature mystic, had revisited the scenes of his War years, and in a diary weaves the past and present into a series of scenes, pure and strange and deeply stirring" - THE OUTLOOK, 27 Nov. 1929. FALLS, p.239. (Inventory #: WRCLIT75922)
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