London: Heinemann, 1904. First edition. Original decorated cloth, very good copy. With 13 letters from the author to a young English girl, loose or tipped in, also some clippings about the author. A note from the recipient of all his attention also accompanies "...He followed me about everywhere, his attentions were most embarrassing. After we got home, he wrote countless letters & kept coming to see us, in spite of constant hints...[he] was so conceited and bombastic that even direct rudeness did not affect him." In the 1940s Ghosh became Chief Justice of Jaipur state, also of Jammu and Kashmir. (Inventory #: 29548)
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