One Crowded Hour
Place Published: Edinburgh and London
Publisher: William Blackwood and Sons
Date Published: 1912
Edition: First edition
Book Id: 37594
372; 64pp. Duodecimo [19 cm] Red cloth over boards with elaborate pictorial black ink stamping, and the titles stamped in gilt and black ink. With a frontispiece by A. Pearse. Very good. The extremities are bumped. The spine is heavily faded, however the gilt and decorative stamping is still bright and bold. The text block edges are very foxed. The free endsheets are darkened, and the pages are foxed.
With a chapter called "The Waters of Lethe." According to legend, bathing in the Waters of Lethe in Hades causes forgetfulness and will help one forget one's earthly life.