Elton Hazlewood, a Memoir by His Friend Henry Vane ** Signed **
New York: Mr Thomas Whitteker, 1891. Hardcover. Signed by the author, in an inscription, on the front end paper. An Hardcovers, red/black title and author's signature to the front cover. The pages are tightly bound, there is an inscription to the front end paper, dated 1903. The balance of the pages are clean & unmarked. Heavy wear to the spine ends and corners, with foxing to the top of the front cover, cover scuffing. Excerpt "Then goes to sleep again. He breathes, his heart beats, and the forces within him pursue their natural course in the process of development. We are not particularly interested in them, but this is simmy because we cannot perceive their working. Infinitely interested we should be could we do so. What a marvellous sight, had we eyes to behold it, would be the unfolding of the latent intellectual powers in that little mind-world! What a new light it would throw on the after dealings of the soul in life At what moment in the progress of the individual does the separation occur between. "; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 146 pages; Signed by Author. Very Good .
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Keywords: Fiction Literature