Edited by Quentin Bell, with contributions by J.M. Keynes, David Garnett, Charles Mauron, C. Day Lewis and E. M. Forster.
Appointed Professor of English at the Chinese University of Hankow and in 1937 joined the British Medical Unit in Spain as a lorry driver, and killed by a bomb later that year. His works are reunited here along with contributions by J.M. Keynes, David Garnett, Charles Mauron, C. Day Lewis and E. M. Forster. Pages xi + 396. Contents p. ix; List of Illustrations p. xi. Index on pp. 393-396. With 6 b/w photographs. Foreword by J. M. Keynes pp. v-vii, reprinted from the Annual Report of King's College, Cambridge, November 13, 1937. Bound in green cloth on hard boards, with gilt lettering on the spine. The spine is partly detached but the binding still holds and is tight. The book is in good condition but the edges of the pages are all spotted heavily. Endpapers foxed. On the initial endpage, an inscription dated 1938.