Dublin: Cuala Press, 1940. Octavo. (viii), (72)pp. First edition, limited to 450 copies. Illustrated with a unicorn device by Edmund Dulac on the title page. An essay which first appeared in "The Irish Statesman" in 1919, along with a second essay, "Swedenborg, Mediums, and the Desolate Places," written in 1914 and first published in Lady Gregory's Visions and Beliefs in the West of Ireland (1920). Fine in cloth-backed boards and the original numbered glassine wrapper. Postcard with recently published titles laid in. (Miller 65).
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