London: Duckworth & Co., 1911. First edition. Scarce volume of poetry published during the run-up to WWI. "Mr. Hueffer is making some sort of experiment in modernity. The results will displease most readers. They are nonetheless interesting ... [two of the poems] are true music. They are rare music."(Ezra Pound, Poetry Review, March 1912, "The Book of the Month"). Harvey A35 notes copies with and without an errata leaf tipped before p.[vii]--this copy does not appear to have every had one. Original tan paperwraps lettered and decorated in green. Covers lightly soiled, moderate foxing to prelims and page edges, otherwise very good or better lacking front endpaper. SCARCE VOLUME OF POETRY.