Boston: 1923. Illustrated. 120 pages, wide 8vo, cloth backed printed boards (pages uncut, corners bumped), housed in a specially constructed red morocco slip case (some scuffing on spine). Boston, 1923. A near fine copy in a very good(-) slip case. One of 585 copies printed on hand-made paper and signed by the author.
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Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1923. 17 engraved illustrations. 120 pages, tall wide 8vo, cloth-backed patterned boards (spine very lightly rubbed). Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press. Inscribed on the front blank flyleaf with a quote from the play: "'Sir,' said Dr. Johnson, 'to sieze [sic] the good that is within our reach is the great art of life'."
Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1933. Color frontispiece and other black-and-white illustrations. 235 pages, tall 8vo, blind-stamped blue boards with a tan cloth spine. Boston, Little, Brown, and Company, 1933. Dream-Children Edition, including a pocket inside the back cover, with a two-page facsimile manuscript segment of Dream Children: A Reverie. Near fine. No. 1232 of a limited edition of 1351 copies. Inscribed on the limitation page by the author: "'Dream children - the finest essay in the language. A. Edward.....
Boston: Little Brown, 1934. Color frontispiece and 25 black and white plates. Facsimile manuscript in pocket at rear. 389pp, 8vo, cloth-backed boards with embossed design; uncut & unopened, corners dented. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 1934. internally fine, a very good copy. One of 1129 numbered copies, printed on rag paper and signed by the author.
Boston: Little Brown, 1933. Color frontis. port., 8 black and white plates, facsim. of Lamb's Dream Children ms. in pocket at rear. 235pp. Tall 8vo, white cloth backed boards, in board slipcase; uncut & unopened. Boston: Little Brown, 1933. Very good (+). One of 1351 numbered copies of the Dream Children Edition, inscribed by the author.