London, England: John Lane The Bodley Head Limited, 1928. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. Item #26636
(12) pages; black and white illustrated cover. A vehicle for the advertisement of publications of The Bodley Head, with excerpts from books by Colonel A.I.R. Glasfurd, Leonard Ramsden Hartill, George Barr McCutcheon, Marjorie Bowen, Alexander Wicksteed, Gustave Flaubert and other pieces. With Impressions essay, To "Blurb" or not to "Blurb" by T.H. Blatchington. Including A Reply to a Critic (at The New Statesman) by J. Lewis May concerning a new English edition of Madame Bovary and a miscellany of publishing news in a Books and Authors section. Shorter inserts include books found on the then-current Bodley Head List, with author, title, short descriptions, size, price and information on limitation, special or illustrated copies. Printed by the London and Norwich Press, Limited. Approx. 8 1/2" x 10 3/4" size; sewn illustrated paper covers. Some edge, tips wear; old fold line at center; in very good condition and with useful bibliographic publishing & printing information regarding these publications.