The Rash Act. New York: Ray Long and Richard R. Smith. 1933.

First Edition. Psychological novel of a man who takes over the identity of another man who committed suicide. An important figure in modern literature, Ford was once editor of the famous Transatlantic Review. He was also one of the first critics to praise Joyce's, Ulysses. A Veteran of the First World War, Ford served in a Welsh regiment as a lieutenant, and was gassed during the war. A Near Fine bright copy with few small cloth bubbles at front panel, few pages with very minor bump at top edge, in Very Good plus dustjacket, with some rubbing at corners and spine ends, tiny nicks lower spine end.

Price: $225.00

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